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Orphia JORDAN was born in 1853 in Eaton, Compton, Quebec, Canada. She died. Parents: Calvin JORDAN and Catherine SUNBURY.


Sarah Hardison JORDAN was born on 9 JUL 1792 in Ellsworth, Hancock County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 22 AUG 1850 in Waltham, Hancock County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 7 JUN 1860 in Waltham, Hancock County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 29 JUN 1870 in Waltham, Hancock County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Waltham, Hancock County, Maine. (living with son Eli) She died on 30 JUL 1880 at Waltham, Hancock County, Maine. (SOURCE: Ellsworth American 1/1879 to 12/1880.)

Spouse: Eli COLBY. Eli COLBY and Sarah Hardison JORDAN were married on 3 APR 1810 in Ellsworth, Hancock County, Maine. Children were: Aurelia COLBY, Sarah A. COLBY, Eli COLBY, Samuel Alexander COLBY, Martha E. COLBY, Charlotte Pond COLBY, Charoltte Christiana COLBY, William Hazen COLBY, Aaron Luther COLBY, Edmund Harvey COLBY.


Sarah Jane JORDAN was born on 24 MAR 1832 in Denmark, Oxford County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Denmark, Oxford County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Denmark, Oxford County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Denmark, Oxford County, Maine. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Denmark, Oxford County, Maine.

Spouse: Joseph Walker COLBY. Joseph Walker COLBY and Sarah Jane JORDAN were married on 6 JUN 1855 in Denmark, Oxford County, Maine. Children were: Aldana A. COLBY, Lewis Jordan COLBY, Annette COLBY.


Willis JORDAN was born in 1846 in Eaton, Compton, Quebec, Canada. He died on 25 AUG 1898 at Eaton, Compton, Quebec, Canada. Parents: Calvin JORDAN and Catherine SUNBURY.


Zella M. JORDAN was born on 3 SEP 1863 in Waltham, Hancock County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 21 JAN 1920 in Waltham, Hancock County, Maine.

Spouse: Asa C. COLBY. Asa C. COLBY and Zella M. JORDAN were married on 11 JAN 1879 in Maine. Children were: Walter Edmond COLBY.


Ane JORGENSEN was born about 1770.

Spouse: Hans JACOBSEN. Hans JACOBSEN and Ane JORGENSEN were married about 1806 in Denmark. Children were: Jacob HANSEN, Maren HANSEN.

Spouse: Lars ANDERSEN. Lars ANDERSEN and Ane JORGENSEN were married in Denmark.


Henrick JORGENSEN was born on 2 APR 1829 in Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. Parents: Jorgan HENRICKSEN and Johanna POULSEN.


Johanna JORGENSEN was born on 27 APR 1836 in Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. She died on 9 OCT 1857 at Denmark. Parents: Jorgan HENRICKSEN and Johanna POULSEN.


Margrethe JORGENSEN died on 9 MAR 1828 at Denmark. She was born in Denmark.

Spouse: Mads PEDERSEN Hilt. Mads PEDERSEN Hilt and Margrethe JORGENSEN were married on 17 JAN 1794 in Denmark.


Photo Margrethe JORGENSEN was born on 15 OCT 1833 in Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. She immigrated on 8 MAY 1863 from Denmark to Utah. B. S. KIMBALL
Ship: 1192 tons: 184' x 38' x 19'
Built: 1857 at Rockland, Maine
Under the command of Captain Henry C. Dearborn the American packet ship B. S. Kimball sailed from Liverpool for the New World on 8 May 1863. On board were 657 Mormons, principally from Scandinavia. President George Q. Cannon of the European Mission organized the company. He appointed Elder Hans Peter Lund to preside over the emigrants, assisted by Elders Peter Beckstrom and Christoffer S. Winge as counselors and P. Wilhelm Poulsen as clerk. The emigrants were also divided into seven districts, each with a president and captain of the guard. Among the passengers was Lise Christiansen, a young Danish girl whose descendents would include two general authorities of the church. Her recollection of the passage was unpleasant and at times frightening. During the voyage there were four deaths, two births, and eleven marriages. The vessel anchored in New York harbor Saturday evening, 13 June, but the passengers did not land until two days later-thirty-eight days after leaving England.
Two years later to the day-8 May 1865-Captain Dearborn sailed the B. S. Kimball from Hamburg with 558 Saints aboard. Most of the emigrants again were from Scandinavia. The company was directed by Elder Anders W. Winberg, his counselors John Swensen and Hans C. Hogsted. The voyage was tragic, measles and scarlet fever breaking out at sea. Three adults and twenty-five children died, one of the highest death tolls of an emigrant company. After a thirty-seven-day passage the ship arrived at New York on 14 June.
The B. S. Kimball was owned by David B. and George A. Dearborn of New York City and John E. Donnell of Portland, Maine. She was built with two decks, a square stern, and a figurehead. Apparently this three-masted vessel was modified slightly, for her breadth was later increased to 39 feet and depth to 25 feet. Tonnage in 1865 was increased to 1285 tons by a somewhat different calculation. In her early years the ship ran in the Regular Line in the New Orleans trade. In 1868 her registration was cancelled, because the vessel was lost.
Passenger List Sources: (1863)
LDS Passenger List (Family History Library) Film: #025,691
U.S. Government Passenger List (Family History Library) Film: #175, 585
Identification Number on U.S. Government List: #581

Passenger List Sources: (1865)
U.S. Government Passenger List (Family History Library) Film: #175, 608
Hamburg Passenger List (Family History Library) Film: #472,896:
Identification Number on U.S. Government Passenger List: #506

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Ship: B.S. Kimball
Date of Departure: 8 May 1863 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 657 Church Leader: Hans Peter Lund
Date of Arrival: 15 Jun 1863 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1047, pp. 225-253 (FHL #025,691); Customs #581 (FHL #175,585)
Notes: "DEPARTURES. -- The packet ship B. S. Kimball, Captain H. Dearborn, sailed, on the 8th instant, from this port for New York, having 657 souls of the Saints on board. The Saints, who were principally from Scandinavia, were organized in the morning of the same day by President Cannon, who, together with Elder Jesse N. Smith, president of the Scandinavian Mission, Elders C. W. West, J. M. Kay, B. Young junior, Joseph Bull and others, were visiting the Saints on board the vessel previous to their departure. Elder H. P. Lund was appointed to preside over this company of Saints, with Elders P. Bechstrom and C. S. Winge for counsellors, and Elder P. V. Poulsen as clerk. The Saints on board were addressed by Presidents Cannon and Smith and Elder Lund, who gave them such teachings and counsels as were calculated to comfort, edify and bless them if they will only remember and practice them . . ."
<MS, 25:20 (May 16, 1863), p.314>

"Fri. 8. [May 1863] . . . The ship B. S. Kimball sailed from Liverpool, England, with 654 (or 657) Saints under the direction of Hans Peter Lund. . . . The emigrants on the B. S. Kimball landed in New York June 15th and thence continued by rail to Florence. [Nebraska] . . . ."
<CC, p.69>

". . . About two hundred emigrating Saints from the Christiania, Lolland and Bornholm Conferences sailed from Copenhagen per steamer 'Aurora,' April 30, 1863, bound for Utah, under the leadership of Elders Carl C. N. Dorius, Johan F. F. Dorius and Hans Peter Lund. Some of the Norwegians emigrating in this company (28 souls) had sailed from Christiania April 13, 1863, per steamer 'Excellensen Toll.' A strong and contrary wind on the Skagerak and Cattegat made the voyage very uncomfortable, but the emigrants were safely landed in Copenhagen April 15th. Another company of emigrating Saints (about one hundred souls) left Christiania, Norway, April 28th, under the direction of Elder Johan F. F. Dorius and arrived in Copenhagen, April 29th, where the Norwegians joined the emigrants from other parts of the mission. About a dozen Saints emigrating to Zion went direct from Stavenger to Hull where they joined those who had sailed from Copenhagen. When the emigrating Saints left Copenhagen April 30th the weather was fine, and a great number of people congregated on the wharf to see the the Saints leave, but there were no disturbances, as a number of police had been detailed on special duty to keep order. The emigrants made themselves as comfortable as they could on the deck and in the second cabin of the 'Aurora,' which on the morning of Friday, May 1st, arrived at Kiel, where the emigrants walked to the railway station and left at 11 o'clock a.m. by railroad for Altona, where they arrived at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. From Altona to Hamburg the emigrants walked in about half an hour to the ship 'Roland,' on which they went on board, together with about four hundred emigrating Saints from Jutland and Fyen (or the Saints from the Vendsyssel, Aalborg, Skive, Aarhus, Fredericia and Fyen Conferences) who, on June 30, 1863, had boarded a steamer at Aalborg, Aarhus and Fredericia, and like those who commenced the voyage from Copenhagen, landed in Kiel, whence they traveled by rail to Altona. After the emigrants, numbering nearly six hundred souls, had gone on board, together with about forty steers and several hundred sheep (which made the atmosphere on board anything but comfortable for the emigrants), the ship 'Roland' sailed from Hamburg May 1st about midnight. The weather was very fine, but the emigrants, in their crowded quarters, nevertheless, were uncomfortable. Early on Sunday morning, May 3rd, the 'Roland' cast anchor off Grimsby, and a little later sailed to the wharf, where most of the emigrants landed, with some of their baggage; the balance of the baggage, together with forty of the brethren, remained on board, as the ship went to Hull, where they arrived at 6 o'clock in the evening and remained on board all night. The next morning (May 4th) a small steamer ran up to the side of the 'Roland' and took the rest of the baggage, belonging to the emigrants, back to Grimsby, while the forty bretheren went to the same place by rail. Elder Carl C. N. Dorius, however, remained in Hull where he, about 11 o'clock the same day, received some emigrants (seven adults and six children) who arrived direct from Stavanger, Norway, per steamer 'Skindinavien.' In the afternoon, after settling with the captain of the steamer for their passage, Brother Dorius led these emigrants by steamer and train to Grimsby, where they were united with the other emigrants. At Grimsby the emigrating Saints were made quite comfortable in a large building erected for the use of emigrants. On the 6th all the emigrants, except the Norwegians, made themselves ready for the journey to Liverpool. They left, nearly seven hundred strong, by rail for that city at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. A young Danish sister who was sick was carried in a chair into the cars. The exact number of emigrants who arrived in Liverpool May 6, 1863, was 681. At this port 644 Scandinavian and 13 English Saints were taken on board the ship 'B. S. Kimball' (Captain H. Dearborn), while thirty-seven Scandinavians were placed on board the ship 'Consignment.' Elder Anders Christensen was placed in charge of this little band. President George Q. Cannon organized the company on the 'B. S. Kimball,' with Elder Hans Peter Lund as president, Elder Peter Beckstrom and Christoffer S. Winge were chosen as his counselors. Elder P. Wilhelm Poulsen was appointed secretary for the company, which was divided into seven districts with a president and a captain of guard over each. Other helps were also appointed. Both ships sailed from Liverpool on the 9th of May. Four deaths occurred on board the 'B. S. Kimball' during the voyage; two children were born and the following couples were married: Christoffer S. Winge and Anna Marie Salvesen, John Ness and Christine Andersen, Jorgen Dinesen and Christine Christensen, Soren Petersen and Ane Nielsen, Soren Mikkelsen and Christine Weibel, J. H. Hendricksen and Maren Rusmussen, Rusmus Nielsen and Maren Sorensen, Lars Gustaf Bergstrom and Johanna Engstrom, Peter Christian Steffensen and Mariane Berthelsen, S. J. Christensen and Ane M. Nielsen, Niels Larsen and Wilhelmine Hovinghoff. The 'B. S. Kimball' cast anchor in the harbor of New York in the evening of Saturday, June 13th, and on the 15th the passengers were permitted to go ashore. In the evening of the same day the emigrants continued by train to Albany. There a fine boy was born. The company then proceeded to Florence, Nebraska, from which place the journey across the plains was commenced in connection with the other company from Scandinavia. . . ."
<HSM, pp.176-77
She died on 15 AUG 1919 at Sterling, Sanpete County, Utah. She was buried on 18 AUG 1919 in the Axtell Cemetery at Axtell, Sanpete County, Utah She has Ancestral File Number 3B0N-H4.
BIO: MARGRETHE JORGENSEN

Margrethe Jorgensen is the daughter of Jorgen Henricksen and Johnana Poulsen. She was born 16 Oct 1833. She was the third child of four children.

At the age of twenty-nine she accepted the gospel. A hole was cut in the ice for her baptism in February. One brother joined the Church at a later date. His name was Peter Jorgensen. He settled in Levan, Utah
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As she was a lady alone traveling to the United States, it was necessary to travel in the company of a married couple. The couple was Bodil and Bolle Rasmussen. I believe they were related, as Margrethe's grandmother was a Rasmussen. The Rasmussens settled in Manti.

They sailed in 1863 and it took thirteen weeks to cross the ocean. When they arrived at Florence, Nebraska they joined the Johnathan Lee Masters Company of Ox teams headed for Utah.

Bodil bought a cow in Florence. Margrethe walked and lead the cow across the plains. She loved animals, especially cows, as her family were farmers in Denmark. She even swam the Platt River with the cow.

In crossing the Atlantic Annie met Hans Christain Hansen and his promised bride. They all became good friends. Hans and his lady had decided to wait and get married when they got to SLC. Only tragedy struck, the girl died while crossing the ocean.

Margrethe lived with the Rasmussens until she married Hans on March 2, 1864. They moved to Gunnison. They had five children, only two survived to adults.

Her husband owned a salt mine and spring near Redmond. She would boil the brine to make table salt. Hans traveled around in his buggy to selling the salt.

Margrethe was a great believer, and had a deep faith in the Church. She would walk from Gunnison to Manti to attend Stake Conference. She would stay over night with the Rasmussens and walk back to Gunnison the next day.

In 1883 Hans was called to serve a mission in Denmark. He hid his money, around five hundred dollars, so his wife wouldn't spend it while he was gone. But the mice ate it first and beat him to it.

Margrethe was forced to move in with her daughter Annie Margaret Hansen Bosshardt and her husband, John Lewis, in Axtell. She never lived with Hans again.

While living with her daughter, John and their 1½ year old son got diphtheria. The father and son died within three days of each other. The women prepared the bodies for burial. They put them in a wagon and traveled to Gunnison to bury them. Axtell did not have a cemetery at this time. They were stopped by the people on the outskirts of Gunnison and told they couldn't take the bodies through Gunnison to the cemetery
because of the fear of diphtheria. They turned around and returned to Axtell. The women dug the graves themselves on property belonging to the government.

The daughter and her husband were homesteading, but she was able to purchase forty acres of government land where her family was buried. This was the beginning of the Axtell Cemetery.

Margrethe continued to live with her daughter. Her daughter was married a second time to Edwin Thomas Watts. Her daughter had 2 children from her first marriage and three from the second. The daughter died and Margrethe stayed on to care for the two families of children.

When Edwin remarried, she went to live with her grand-daughter, Jennie Bosshardt. She remained there for a time. Jennie had three children of her own. Margrethe began to get forgetful and would wander away. Edwin finally took her to Sterling. She remained there for two years. She died August 15, 1919. She was returned to Axtell and buried with her daughter and her family.

MARGRETHE JORGENSEN
Born: Octobet 16, 1833
Baptism: February 1862
Married: March 2, 1864
Died: August 15, 1919
Husband: Hans Christian Hansen
Father: Jorgen Henrickson
Place of Birth: Toreby, Malibo Island, Denmark
Birth: January 21, 1795
Baptism: September 26 or 27, 1894
Sealed: March 27, 1895
Father: Henrick Pedersen Hilt
Mother: Johanna Rasmussen
Mother: Johanna Poulsen
Born: August 11, 1800
Death: January 22, 1889

JARGEN'S CHILDREN
Henricksen Jorgensen Born: April 2, 1829
Peter Jorgensen Born: April 15 1831
Margrethe Jorgensen Born: October 16, 1833
Johanna Jorgensen Born: April 27, 1836
Birth Place: Toreby, Maribo, Denmark

Parents: Jorgan HENRICKSEN and Johanna POULSEN.

Spouse: Hans Christian HANSEN. Hans Christian HANSEN and Margrethe JORGENSEN were married on 17 MAR 1864 in Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah. Children were: Hans Christian HANSEN Jr., Ane Catherine HANSEN, Annie Margaret HANSEN, Niels Christian HANSEN, Clara HANSEN.


Mary Louise JORGENSEN was born on 25 MAR 1931 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Alfred R. HILDEBRANDT. Alfred R. HILDEBRANDT and Mary Louise JORGENSEN were married on 30 DEC 1950 in Massachusetts. Children were: Susan Carol HILDEBRANDT, Evelyn Louise HILDEBRANDT, June Mae HILDEBRANDT (twin), Joan Mae HILDEBRANDT (twin).


Niels JORGENSEN was born date unknown.

Spouse: Johanna HENRICKSEN. Niels JORGENSEN and Johanna HENRICKSEN were married on 12 DEC 1845 in Denmark.


Niels JORGENSEN was born about 1769 in Denmark. He died on 11 DEC 1813 at Denmark.

Spouse: Bodil CHRISTIANSEN. Niels JORGENSEN and Bodil CHRISTIANSEN were married on 31 AUG 1806 in Denmark. Children were: Dorthe NIELSEN, Christian NIELSEN.


Peder JORGENSEN was born on 15 JUL 1831 in Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. He died. Parents: Jorgan HENRICKSEN and Johanna POULSEN.


Poul JORGENSEN was born in Denmark. He died at Denmark.

Spouse: Margrethe PEDERSEN. Poul JORGENSEN and Margrethe PEDERSEN were married on 23 JUN 1782 in Toreby, Maribo, Lollard Island, Denmark. Children were: Johanna POULSEN, Margrethe POULSEN, Karen POULSEN, Peder POULSEN, Bodild POULSEN, Rasmus POULSEN.


Abigail JOSEPH was born about 1765.

Spouse: Samuel CHENEY. Samuel CHENEY and Abigail JOSEPH were married on 9 DEC 1783. Children were: Rosanna CHENEY, Olive P. CHENEY.


Mary E. JOSEPH was born on 30 MAY 1926 in Saugus, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Samuel Lawrence COLBY Jr.. Samuel Lawrence COLBY Jr. and Mary E. JOSEPH were married on 24 FEB 1952 in Rockport, Essex County, Massachusetts.


Flora JOSLIN was born on 9 MAR 1915 in Thompson, Windham County, Connedticut. She died on 23 FEB 2007 at Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Her obituary appeared in the Concord Monitor, Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire on 27 FEB 2007.
FRANKLIN - Flora J. (Joslin) Colby, 91, of Sand Hill Road died Friday, Feb. 23, 2007, at the Franklin Regional Hospital after a long illness.

She was born March 9, 1915, in Thompson, Conn., the daughter of John R. and Elvira (Eagles) Joslin.

Mrs. Colby lived in Connecticut before moving to Franklin in 1942.

She was a cook for many years at the former Gile. Later, she worked at Weeks Dairy Bar Restaurant in Franklin.

She was a longtime member of the Congregational-Christian Church of Franklin.

Mrs. Colby enjoyed knitting.

She was a member of the Rebekahs for more than 60 years and had formerly served as noble grand and chaplin. She was a member of the Enterprise Rebekah Lodge 46 of Bristol and held the degree of ladies patriarch militant.

She was the widow of Victor N. Colby, who died Nov. 27, 1981, and she was predeceased by her three sons, Paul E. Colby in 2002, David J. Colby in 2003 and Carl N. Colby in 2005.

Mrs. Colby is survived by her daughters-in-law Marilyn Colby of Phoenix and PokCha Colby of Tampa, Fla.; several grandchildren, including Kiersten Driever and her husband, Dustin, of Omaha, Neb.; and several great-grandchildren, including Colby Blair Driever of Omaha, Neb.

Calling hours will be held tomorrow from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the H.L. Young & Company Memorial Home, 175 S. Main St. in Franklin.

At 6 p.m., there will be a Rebekah Service at the memorial home by Enterprise Lodge 46, followed by a funeral service, with family friend Robert Cregg officiating.

Spring burial will be in Franklin Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association of Franklin, P.O. Box 65, 75 Chestnut St., Franklin 03235

She had Social Security Number 042-18-8186.

Spouse: Victor N. COLBY. Victor N. COLBY and Flora JOSLIN were married on 28 NOV 1935 in Thompson, Windham County, Connedticut. Children were: Paul E. COLBY, Carl N. COLBY, David Joslin COLBY.


Frank W. JOSLYN was born in APR 1860 in Illinois. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Elgin, Kane County, Illinois. He was an attorney.

Spouse: Caroline A. MEAD. Frank W. JOSLYN and Caroline A. MEAD were married on 7 DEC 1886 in Elgin, Kane County, Illinois. Children were: Paul M. JOSLYN.


Henry E. JOSLYN was born about 1814.

Spouse: Nancy Rowell COLBY. Henry E. JOSLYN and Nancy Rowell COLBY were married on 17 DEC 1846 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire.


Paul M. JOSLYN was born in DEC 1894 in Illinois. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Elgin, Kane County, Illinois. (lving at home with father and mother.) Parents: Frank W. JOSLYN and Caroline A. MEAD.


Abby J. JOY was born on 26 MAR 1823 in Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She died on 11 DEC 1901 at Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She was buried in the Fox Hill Cemetery at Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Spouse: Harlow COLBY. Harlow COLBY and Abby J. JOY were married on 15 MAY 1847 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Middlesex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Lowell.) Children were: Erastus B. COLBY, Homer H. COLBY.


Adella Ann (Soper) JOY was born about 1855.

Spouse: Alfred L. OWEN. Alfred L. OWEN and Adella Ann (Soper) JOY were married on 14 NOV 1881 in Cass County, Michigan.


Edmund JOY was born date unknown.

Spouse: Huldah SARGENT. Edmund JOY and Huldah SARGENT were married on 10 FEB 1724 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.


Ida R. JOY was born about 1862.

Spouse: Nelson S. OWEN. Nelson S. OWEN and Ida R. JOY were married on 21 DEC 1879 in Cass County, Michigan.


Jeannie Louise JOY was born date unknown.

Spouse: Francis Edward COLBY. Francis Edward COLBY and Jeannie Louise JOY were married on 12 SEP 1970. Children were: Racheal Jean COLBY, Heather Faith COLBY, Leslie Marie COLBY.


Kenneth William JOY was born in 1952.

Spouse: Norma Mae COLBY. Kenneth William JOY and Norma Mae COLBY were married on 4 APR 1970. Children were: Susan Jean JOY, Sonya Marie JOY.


Lydia JOY was born about 1815. She died in NOV 1849 at Hoosick, Rensselaer County, New York.

Spouse: Noble PHILLIPS. Noble PHILLIPS and Lydia JOY were married date unknown. Children were: Amelda PHILLIPS.


Mary F. JOY was born about 1862. She appeared in the census on 4 JUN 1900 in Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Simeon COLBY. Simeon COLBY and Mary F. JOY were married on 1 JUN 1882 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.


Royal Harland JOY was born on 26 DEC 1922. (Son of Royal Dyer Joy & Orilla Bowen.) He died on 3 FEB 1989. He had Social Security Number 127-16-1726.

Spouse: Nina Angeline Irean COLBY. Royal Harland JOY and Nina Angeline Irean COLBY were married about 1986.


Shasta Marie JOY was born on 14 DEC 1989 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York. Parents: Chester Nelson SOUSI and Susan Jean JOY.


Sonya Marie JOY was born on 27 AUG 1980. Parents: Kenneth William JOY and Norma Mae COLBY.


Susan Jean JOY was born on 12 OCT 1970. Parents: Kenneth William JOY and Norma Mae COLBY.

Spouse: Chester Nelson SOUSI. Chester Nelson SOUSI and Susan Jean JOY were married on 5 AUG 1989. They were divorced. Children were: Shasta Marie JOY.


Walter JOY was born date unknown. He has Ancestral File Number 94KC-RS.

Spouse: Debra WORTHEN. Walter JOY and Debra WORTHEN were married on 27 SEP 1652.


Charles Ferdinand Joseph JOYAL was born in AUG 1880 in St. Francois du Lac, PQ, Canada. He appeared in the census on 8 JUN 1900 in Laconia, Belknap County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Sadie M. COLBY. Charles Ferdinand Joseph JOYAL and Sadie M. COLBY were married on 22 AUG 1898 in Laconia, Belknap County, New Hampshire. "Sadie M. Colby, aged 17 yrs m 22 Aug 1898 by Rev F. L. WILEY of Laconia to Chas. Ferdinand Jos. JOYAL aged 18 yrs. She was a mill operator born in Bristol to Edwin A COLBY, a painter, born in Brdgewater, and Emily W LITTLEFIELD, a housewife, born in Randolph,MA.
He was a knitter born in St Francois du Lac,PQ to Ferdiinand JOYAL , a carpenter, and Odile DURAND. Both his parents born in St Francois du Lac,PQ ".


William JOYNES was born date unknown.

Spouse: Ann BACCHUS. William JOYNES and Ann BACCHUS were married on 10 JAN 1708.


Mary Isobel JOYNSON was born on 23 NOV 1924 in Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: John Colby GREEN. John Colby GREEN and Mary Isobel JOYNSON were married on 29 JAN 1949 in Massachusetts. Children were: Cynthia Alison GREEN, Janis Elizabeth GREEN, Jeffrey Scott GREEN.


Roger E Colby JR. was born on 4 AUG 1958. Parents: Roger E. COLBY and Emma L. HALLENBECK.

Spouse: Nella Anne NADOLSKI. Roger E Colby JR. and Nella Anne NADOLSKI were married on 13 APR 1985. Children were: Rochelle Erin COLBY, Amy Marie COLBY.


Sidney L. JUDD was born in 1825 in Vermont. In 1860 he was a machinist in Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois. He appeared in the census on 23 JUL 1860 in Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois.

Spouse: Rebecca Elizabeth COLBY. Sidney L. JUDD and Rebecca Elizabeth COLBY were married on 27 SEP 1852 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: NEHGS, Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910.)


Photo Antionette Gertrude JUDKINS was born on 24 APR 1853 in Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Daughter of Jeremiah K. JUDKINS and Nancy DAVIS. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 15 APR 1910 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (living with daughter Ida and family.) She appeared in the census on 6 JAN 1920 in Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island. (living with daughter Ida and family.) She died on 7 AUG 1927 at Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She was buried in Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (Franklin Cemetery.) She was also known as Nettie G. Judkins.

Spouse: Isaac COLBY. Isaac COLBY and Antionette Gertrude JUDKINS were married on 12 NOV 1870 in Sanbornton, Belknap County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: FHL Number 1000976; COLBY, Isaac Age: 19 years, Marriage: Antionette G. JUDKINS Age: 18 years, Date: 12 Nov 1870; Recorded in: Birth and Marriage Index for New Hampshire. Children were: Harry George COLBY, Frederick Joseph COLBY, Ida Mae COLBY.


Photo Betsey JUDKINS was born on 16 FEB 1787 in Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (Daughter of Obidiah Judkins and Elizabeth Lovering.) She died on 2 MAY 1822 at Danbury, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She was buried in the Ward Hill Cemetery at Danbury, Grafton County, New Hampshire

Spouse: Enos FLANDERS. Enos FLANDERS and Betsey JUDKINS were married on 27 SEP 1807 in Grafton, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Children were: Phanuel FLANDERS, Almira C. FLANDERS, Benjamin Holt FLANDERS, Betsey Judkins FLANDERS, John Lovering FLANDERS, Ansel Lothrop FLANDERS, Phoebe Tolford FLANDERS, Laura FLANDERS.


Charles Elwin JUDKINS was born on 17 SEP 1846 in Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine. Parents: Leonard JUDKINS and Rosanna ROBBINS.


Charles Elwin JUDKINS was born on 10 OCT 1864 in Stonington, Hancock County, Maine. He died on 7 DEC 1938. Parents: Samuel Webb JUDKINS and Adelia M. CROCKETT.


Cordellia Ackley JUDKINS was born on 15 JAN 1833 in Deer Isle, Hancock County, Maine. Parents: Leonard JUDKINS and Rosanna ROBBINS.


Photo Edith JUDKINS was born on 22 JUN 1810 in Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Sanbornton, Belknap County, New Hampshire. She died on 17 NOV 1901 at Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Buried: Franklin Cemetery. Of Salisbury.

Spouse: Anthony COLBY. Anthony COLBY and Edith JUDKINS were married in JUN 1848. Children were: Hiram Lewis COLBY.


Edith F. JUDKINS was born on 7 OCT 1910 in Utica, Oneida County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1920 in Utica, Oneida County, New York. (living at home with father and mother.) She appeared in the census in 1930 in Utica, Oneida County, New York. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Leonard JUDKINS and Bessie Florence JOHNSTONE.


Frank JUDKINS was born on 24 OCT 1876 in Stonington, Hancock County, Maine. He appeared in the census on 6 JUN 1900 in Stonington, Hancock County, Maine. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Samuel Webb JUDKINS and Adelia M. CROCKETT.


Helen JUDKINS was born on 23 AUG 1894. She died on 9 APR 1901. Parents: Leonard JUDKINS and Alma PAYSON.


Helen F. JUDKINS was born on 29 JUN 1865 in Natick, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. She appeared in the census in 1930 in Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California. (living with son Horace.)

Spouse: Sam Johnson CLAY. Sam Johnson CLAY and Helen F. JUDKINS were married on 10 FEB 1901. Children were: Horace Sawyer CLAY.


Henry JUDKINS was born on 17 DEC 1862 in Stonington, Hancock County, Maine. He died in NOV 1870 at Stonington, Hancock County, Maine. Parents: Samuel Webb JUDKINS and Adelia M. CROCKETT.

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