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Rory MEACHAM was born on 9 APR 1969 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. Parents: Albert Douglas MEACHAM and Beverly SORENSEN.

Spouse: Christine Elaine "Teeny" COLBY. Rory MEACHAM and Christine Elaine "Teeny" COLBY were married on 23 DEC 1990 in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada.
Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-2005
Name:
Christine Elaine Colby
Gender: Female
Spouse: Rory Clay Meacham
Marriage Date: 23 Dec 1990
Marriage County: Clark
Officiant type: Religious celebrant
Recorded Date: 24 Dec 1990
Recorded county: Clark
Book: 1224
Page: C250259
Instrument number: 94530

Children were: Shad Clay MEACHAM, Saria Kylie MEACHAM, Shaelyn Kae MEACHAM (twin), Samuel Colby MEACHAM (twin).


Ruel Kimball MEACHAM was born on 16 FEB 1906 in Tropic, Garfield County, Utah. He died on 27 JUN 1925. Parents: Albert Douglas MEACHAM and Hattie Lovina KIERSTEAD.


Samuel MEACHAM was born on 12 JUL 1712 in Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. He died after 1754 at Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 2QVJ-DJ. Parents: Jeremiah MEACHAM and Deborah BROWNE.

Spouse: Bethiah PEASE. Samuel MEACHAM and Bethiah PEASE were married on 11 JAN 1734 in Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Children were: Samuel MEACHAM, Mary MEACHAM, Zeba MEACHAM, Infant Son MEACHAM, Bethia MEACHAM, Jeremiah MEACHAM, Deborah MEACHAM, Benjamin MEACHAM, Seth MEACHAM, Nehemiah MEACHAM.


Samuel MEACHAM was born on 15 NOV 1739 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. He was buried in JAN 1811 in West Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died on 22 JAN 1811 at Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He has Ancestral File Number 2QVJ-8T. Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Bethiah PEASE.

Spouse: Phoebe MAIN. Samuel MEACHAM and Phoebe MAIN were married on 31 MAR 1763 in Stonington, New London County, Connecticut. Children were: Joshua MEACHAM, Phebe MEACHAM, Samuel MEACHAM, Polly (Mary) MEACHAM, Doctor Thomas MEACHAM, Jeremiah MEACHAM, Elam MEACHAM Sr., Bethia MEACHAM, Joseph MEACHAM, Andrew MEACHAM, Olive MEACHAM, Sarah MEACHAM, Anna MEACHAM, Miss MEACHAM, Miriam MEACHAM, Temperance MEACHAM.


Samuel MEACHAM was born in 1766 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died on 8 APR 1843 at Dickinson, Franklin County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number 2TCN-QG. Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Phoebe MAIN.


Samuel MEACHAM was born on 14 NOV 1807 in Thornton, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Parents: Joseph MEACHAM and Sarah BASFORD.


Samuel Colby MEACHAM (twin) was born on 3 NOV 1998 in Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah. Vitals: Born 10:55 p.m., 7 lbs. 2 ozs, 19 ½ inches long.
Blessed: 3 Jan. 1999, Elsinore, Utah by Albert Douglas Meacham.
Parents: Rory MEACHAM and Christine Elaine "Teeny" COLBY.


Samuel Morrison MEACHAM was born on 22 APR 1827 in Lawrenceville, St. Lawrence County, New York. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Cannonville, Garfield County, Utah. He died on 15 AUG 1887 at Cannonville, Garfield County, Utah. Parents: Jeremiah MEACHAM and Phebe MEACHAM.

Spouse: Elizabeth Elmina BALDWIN. Samuel Morrison MEACHAM and Elizabeth Elmina BALDWIN were married on 18 MAR 1857 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Elizabeth Elmina MEACHAM, Phoebe Main MEACHAM, Samuel Morrison MEACHAM, Eunice Mary MEACHAM, George H. MEACHAM, William Bates MEACHAM, Caleb Edger MEACHAM, Fayett MEACHAM, Emery Jeremiah MEACHAM, David MEACHAM, Albert Douglas MEACHAM.


Samuel Morrison MEACHAM was born on 6 MAR 1861 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Cannonville, Garfield County, Utah. (living at home with father and mother.) He died on 9 FEB 1935 at Widtsoe, Garfield County, Utah. Parents: Samuel Morrison MEACHAM and Elizabeth Elmina BALDWIN.


Sarah MEACHAM was born about 1707 in Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. She died in 1743. She has Ancestral File Number 2QVL-G5. Parents: Jeremiah MEACHAM and Deborah BROWNE.


Sarah MEACHAM was born in 1784 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She died on 28 AUG 1872 at Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She has Ancestral File Number 2TCP-25. Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Phoebe MAIN.


Sarah Basford MEACHAM was born on 10 OCT 1834 in Fletcher, Franklin County, Vermont. She died on 29 NOV 1909 at Kline, La Plata County, Colorado. Parents: Jeremiah MEACHAM and Phebe MEACHAM.


Saria Kylie MEACHAM was born on 1 OCT 1995 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. Parents: Rory MEACHAM and Christine Elaine "Teeny" COLBY.


Seth MEACHAM was born on 5 OCT 1718 in Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. He died on 18 DEC 1797 at Hampton, Windham County, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 2QVL-LT. Parents: Jeremiah MEACHAM and Deborah BROWNE.


Seth MEACHAM was born on 5 APR 1751 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. He died on 14 MAR 1807. He has Ancestral File Number 5G0N-CR. Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Bethiah PEASE.


Seymour Bronson MEACHAM was born on 14 DEC 1864 in Milton, Morgan County, Utah. He died Est 1865-1954. Parents: Joseph MEACHAM II and Ann Elizabeth BOVEE.


Shad Clay MEACHAM was born on 18 NOV 1991 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. He was christened/baptized on 5 JAN 1992 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. Parents: Rory MEACHAM and Christine Elaine "Teeny" COLBY.


Shaelyn Kae MEACHAM (twin) was born on 3 NOV 1998 in Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah. Vitals: Born 10:53 p.m., 5 lbs. 14 ozs., 19 inches long.
Blessed: 3 Jan. 1999, Elsinore, Utah by Albert Douglas Meacham.
Parents: Rory MEACHAM and Christine Elaine "Teeny" COLBY.


Stephen Peabody MEACHAM was born on 12 MAR 1797 in Fletcher, Franklin County, Vermont. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 0027627; General index to vital records of Vermont, early to 1870 Vermont. Secretary of State.) He died on 27 FEB 1869 at Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, New York. Parents: Doctor Thomas MEACHAM and Sarah Bond CAULEY.

Spouse: Dorothy Maria RANSOM. Stephen Peabody MEACHAM and Dorothy Maria RANSOM were married about 1818 in Vermont. Children were: Sylvia Amaretta MECHAM.


Susan MEACHAM was born in 1812 in Thornton, Grafton County, New Hampshire. Parents: Joseph MEACHAM and Sarah BASFORD.


Temma MEACHAM was born on 24 SEP 1799 in Fletcher, Franklin County, Vermont. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 0027627; General index to vital records of Vermont, early to 1870 Vermont. Secretary of State.) Parents: Doctor Thomas MEACHAM and Sarah Bond CAULEY.


Temperance MEACHAM was born about 1797 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She has Ancestral File Number 52K0-XV. Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Phoebe MAIN.


Terrance Grant MEACHAM was born on 1 AUG 1910 in Tropic, Garfield County, Utah. He died on 8 MAR 1984 at Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah. He had Social Security Number 529-03-5317 . Parents: Albert Douglas MEACHAM and Hattie Lovina KIERSTEAD.

Spouse: Utahna ANDERSON. Terrance Grant MEACHAM and Utahna ANDERSON were married about 1940.


Doctor Thomas MEACHAM was born on 1 JUL 1771 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died on 7 MAY 1849 at Dickinson, Franklin County, New York. He was buried on 7 MAY 1849 in Dickinson, Franklin County, New York. He has Ancestral File Number 2TCN-36.
DR. THOMAS MEACHAM
To begin a sketch on the life of Dr. Thomas Meacham. We can do no better than to quote from "A BRIEF HISTORY OF MY LIFE" by Edward Thomas Meacham, a grandson of Dr. Thomas Meacham. Under the heading "Account of My Ancestors." he writes: "There is a tradition in our family handed down, and confirmed by my paternal grandfather, that the Meachams came from Scotland in a very early day.

"My great-grandfather, Samuel Meacham, was born at Stonington, Connecticut about 1740. Of him I know but little. He moved from there, with his family, to Canaan, New Hampshire. His wife, my great-grandmother, lived to be nearly 100 year old. My grandfather, Thomas Meacham was born 1 July 1771 in Canaan, New Hampshire. He lived there 25 years or more; was married during that time and finally moved himself and family to the town of Fletcher in the north part of the State of Vermont, bought 100 acres of land or more. lived there 11 or 12 years and finally settled in Dickenson, County of Franklin, State of New York in the year 1807 or 1808. He bought land of H. B. Pierpont to the amount of 250 acres. The west bounds of his land joined Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, N.Y. He never did much farming, employed most of his time in hunting. He was a man of truth and integrity; a man that you could depend on.

"Grandmother Meacham's maiden name was Sarah Cauley. She was of Irish origin, She was born 20 November, 1769, in New Salem, State of Massachusetts. She was a very good woman, very bright and intelligent. She could remember hearing the cannon at the commencement of the Revolution. She died in the town of Lawrence, St. Lawrence County, New York, 12 January, 1858, age 88 years, one month and twenty-three days."

The author of "A Brief History of My Life," from which I shall quote freely, was the son of Thomas Meacham Jr. and the history was written at Hopkinton, N. Y.. where he had associated with his grandparents. Dr. Thomas and Sarah Cauley Meacham for many years. His "History," consists of five notebooks full of well written and interesting material which I have in my possession, given me by the last surviving child of the author, Ada R. Meacham Watson.

During the eleven or twelve yeas that Dr. Thomas and his wife, Sarah, lived at Fletcher, Vermont. five more children were born to them: Stephen Peabody, 12 March 1797, Temma, 24 September 1799: Jeremiah, 28 July 1801; Hannah 28 April 1803, and Joseph 18 May 1806.

Soon after the birth of the youngest of these children. for reasons unknown to us Thomas left Fletcher and his family and some debts, as is shown by the town records which give an account of the appraisal of his property to determine if a claim by two creditors could be settled. One item listed for appraisal is as follows: "One hundred acres of land, being the farm on which the said Meacham's family now resides." This appraisal was made 23 February 1807, but there is no record of the sale of any of the property and the family continued to live "on the farm" for several years afterward.

Thomas Meacham is next heard of in Northern New York where he become famous as a hunter and trapper. The Historical Society of Malone, N. Y. gave the following under the title "A Mighty Hunter."

"Franklin County, New York. Can boast of one of the greatest hunters of all time in the person of Thomas Meacham who was, probably, a Vermonter and who must have arrived in this county in the early part of the 19th century as it appears in the proceedings of the 'Board of Supervisors' for the year 1808, that he had been paid $50.00 as bounty on wolves he had killed."

"He first settled in the town of Hopkinton. St. Lawrence Co.. N. Y.. but a little later on moved over the line into Franklin County and into what is now the town of Waverly, where he purchased fifty acres of land and built himself a home on the old Northwest Bay Road where
he spent the remainder of his life."

"The deed conveying this property is dated 10 Nov.1810, and is recorded in Liber No.1 of the deed records in Franklin County, it being the first tract of land sold to a settler by the executors of the will of Wm. Constable and lies in what is now the town of Waverly. He subsequently purchased three other fifty acre tracts between 1810 and 1828 all of which, it is said were paid for with wolf bounties. He died in 1849."

"Frederick J. Seaver has this to say of him in his history of Franklin County. "It was he who gave the name to Meacham Lake, a beautiful body of water the Adirondacks laying lying twenty-five miles south of Malone. (Now owned by the State of New York.)

"His earnings in bounties for noxious animals in the forty years of his activities, must have aggregated thousands of dollars, as his obituary written by a townsman state that he kept accurate account of the number of large animals trapped or shot by him and that the totals were: Wolves, 214; Bear, 210: Catamounts, 77: and Deer 2550. Bounties were payable for all of these except deer and if we average these at only $10.00 each, his revenue from the source would be over $5000.00."

About the time Thomas came to St. Lawrence and Franklin counties, New York, and for reasons at present unknown to the writer, he and his wife, Sarah Cauley, separated. Whether or not they were divorced I cannot say, but he took a second wife, or woman companion, Rebecca Sanford, who had previously been twice married, first to a man named Grandy and then to Evan Call. She it was, who lived with him at Waverlv, Franklin Co.. N.Y, and bore for him two sons, Washington and Samuel, and two or more daughters.

Sarah. the first wife whom Thomas left with her children at Fletcher, Vermont, followed her children to S1. Lawrence County, N.Y., in 1825, and took up her residence at Lawrence where she is buried having lived nine years after the death of Thomas, while Rebecca preceeded him by several years.

Living descendants of Thomas Meacham who have heard their parents or grandparent say he was a doctor are borne out in this by the manuscript of the late Ida Meacham Storbridge and the following quotation from "A Brief History of My Life" by Edward Thomas Meacham which is as follows: "In a few days after I came home I was taken down with a fever. One morning a young doctor from the East, going West to practice, called at our home. Father requested him to see me. He decided that I should be bled; accordingly he bled me in my arms, taking a large quanity of blood. The result was I grew worse. Father decided to go after my grandfather Thomas Meacham who was good and successful Botanic Doctor, as well as a noted hunter. He did not approve of the bleeding. It was the practice in those days to bleed the patient at once, no matter what the cause of the sickness. My grandfather always opposed bleeding and never practiced it unless it was strictly necessary, Grandfather lived seven miles from our house. I was sick a long time. Grandfather came every day till I was better (on horse back) with his large leather saddle bags across his saddle. Some three weeks of the time I was sick was lost time to me. I was unconscious most of this time. Finally I got well again."

In the manuscript of the late Ida Meacham Strobridge where she lists the children of Samuel, the Revolutionary War soldier, and Phebe Main Meacham, she names Thomas, who, she says, "became a physician and lived for many years on the shore of Meacham Lake in northern New York." She also states that he was known as "The Mighty Hunter of the Adirondacks."

In an article published in the "Potsdam Courior and Freeman" the following story is told by C. Brush, whose grandparents had dealings with the "Famous Hunter." Speaking of Meacham he says "He kept a horse for riding on the road, and when the infirmities of age began, to curtail his hunting and trapping activities, tried to ride the old horse into the woods, but with poor success.
Grandfather "Eliphalet Brush" was then raising some nice colts of the blood strain that later became famous as Morgans. Meacham took a shine to a three year old sorrel, and after much dickering reluctantly parted with the price. Being warned that the colt was unbroken he exclaimed, "That is just what I want. I can't teach my old horse new tricks, but this colt is kind and tame and looks knowin'. I believe he I can train hime to carry me huntin' and trappin'. He was not disappointed. It was said that the colt soon entered into the spirit of the thing, walking very quietly in the woods and creeping up on deer. The hunter would shoot from his back, then dismount, do the necessary skinning, place the deer saddles and hide on the horse and remounting, ride home. Sometimes he would kill mor than one deer and ride out with vension and hides for and after.

The writer has in his possession the hunting knife with a nine-inch blade; the powder horn, with his initials T. M., carved on it, a shot pouch, and a fish-basket, or creel, which he had made; also several deeds and papers signed by Thomas Meacham.

Information concerning Thomas and his second wife, Rebecca, I have received from Marion Meacham Young of St. Regis Falls, R. D. No.1, N, Y., who is the youngest daughter of Samuel, the son of Dr. Thomas and his second wife, Rebecca. Other information contained in this sketch not otherwise accounted for comes to me through records of the Mormon church and the family records of Stephen Peabody Meacham the second son of Dr. Thomas and Sarah Cauley Meacham, whose great grandson I am.
--J. Arthur Meacham.

Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Phoebe MAIN.

Spouse: Sarah Bond CAULEY. Doctor Thomas MEACHAM and Sarah Bond CAULEY were married about 1793. Children were: Elam MEACHAM, Temma MEACHAM, Stephen Peabody MEACHAM, Jeremiah MEACHAM, Hannah MEACHAM, Joseph MEACHAM.


William Bates MEACHAM was born on 8 OCT 1869 in Bountiful, Davis County, Utah. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Cannonville, Garfield County, Utah. (living at home with father and mother.) He died on 13 AUG 1946 at Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. He was buried on 15 AUG 1946 in Richfield, Sevier County, Utah. Parents: Samuel Morrison MEACHAM and Elizabeth Elmina BALDWIN.


William Morrison MEACHAM was born on 7 APR 1913 in Tropic, Garfield County, Utah. He died on 28 SEP 1960. He was buried in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah. Parents: Albert Douglas MEACHAM and Hattie Lovina KIERSTEAD.

Spouse: Joan FRANDSEN. William Morrison MEACHAM and Joan FRANDSEN were married on 25 SEP 1935 in Panguitch, Garfield County, Utah. Children were: Jerry William MEACHAM.


Zeba MEACHAM was born on 9 DEC 1737 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 52K0-Z2. Parents: Samuel MEACHAM and Bethiah PEASE.


Caroline A. MEAD was born in OCT 1866 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. She appeared in the census in 1870 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. (lving at home with father and mother.) She appeared in the census in 1880 in Richmond, McHenry County, Illinois. (living at home with father and mother.) She appeared in the census in 1900 in Elgin, Kane County, Illinois. (lving at home with father and mother.) Parents: Franklin W. MEAD Jr. and Emma A. COLBY.

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


Franklin W. MEAD Jr. was born on 25 MAY 1843 in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont. He appeared in the census in 1870 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Richmond, McHenry County, Illinois. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Elgin, Kane County, Illinois. He died on 23 JAN 1910 at Elgin, Kane County, Illinois.
Frank W. Mead
"Came to Illinois When 1 Year Old,"
The Elgin Daily News, January 24, 1910, p. 1.
Frank W. Mead Has Lived Here Since Spring of 1844.
VETERAN OF WAR OF 1861
Well Known Elgin Man Dead at Home of Daughter on N. Liberty St.

Frank W. Mead, after a painful and lingering illness, extending over many weeks, died at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Joslyn, 50 North Liberty street.

Born in Vermont in 1843.

Mr. Mead was born at Rutland, Vt., May 25, 1843, his parents belonging to good, old New England stock, out of which came the pioneers of the western states. He came with his parents when 1 year of age to Illinois, and lived on a farm in McHenry county until he was 17 years of age. Moved by the spirit of patriotism and love of country he enlisted in the civil war when 17 years old in battery M, 1st Illinois artillery and fought with the battery through the entire four years of the war, being honorably discharged in 1865. He was with Thomas at Chickamauga, and fought in many of the important battles of the war.

Returning to his home in McHenry county in 1865 he worked with his parents on the farm until 1866. On January 1 of that year he was married to Emma A. Colby of McHenry. Five children were born of this marriage. He is survived by his widow and three children, Mrs. Frank W. Joslyn, Mrs. Fred N. Rogers of Oak Park, Raymond W. Mead of Elgin, and six grandchildren.

Of the original Mead family but one member survives that being Postmaster Henry C. Mead of McHenry, Ill.

Entered Manufacturing Business.

In 1866 Mr. Mead began business for himself as a manufacturer, and continued in this line at Ringwood and Richmond until 1884, when he moved with his family to Elgin. He had made the city his home ever since. Soon after coming to Elgin he became a traveling salesman, working for some of the largest wagon and carriage manufacturers in the country. He was entirely successful in this line and made a host of friends throughout Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin, which work he continued until about two and a half years ago, when his health failed him.

He was past commander of Veteran Post No. 49 G.A.R., and one of its most devoted workers and enthusiasts. He was untiring in his zeal to assist sick and needy comrades, and his love of flag and country was ever foremost in his thoughts. He became a Modern Woodman in the spring of 1885 and has been an earnest worker for that order ever since.

Home Life Was Ideal.

His home life was ideal. When not at work he spent almost his entire time with his family, and was a most devoted husband and father. During the last illness, he was patient and enduring. Not once did he give up hope of recovery and was smiling and cheerful in the midst of his pain.

The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of his daughter, 50 North Liberty street, and will be private. At 2:15 o'clock public services will be held in the G.A.R. hall on Villa street, Veteran Post, No. 49 of this city, having charge of the services. Interment in the Grand Army reserve at Bluff City cemetery.

Spouse: Emma A. COLBY. Franklin W. MEAD Jr. and Emma A. COLBY were married on 1 JAN 1866. Children were: Caroline A. MEAD, Myrtle E. MEAD, Lora A. MEAD, Lynn B. MEAD, Raymond W. MEAD.


Lora A. MEAD was born in 1872 in McHenry County, Illinois. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Richmond, McHenry County, Illinois. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Franklin W. MEAD Jr. and Emma A. COLBY.


Lynn B. MEAD was born about 1875 in McHenry County, Illinois. Parents: Franklin W. MEAD Jr. and Emma A. COLBY.


Martha E. MEAD was born about 1819.

Spouse: Edwin LESTER. Edwin LESTER and Martha E. MEAD were married about 1839. Children were: Mary Caroline LESTER, Anna LESTER.


Myrtle E. MEAD was born in 1870 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. She appeared in the census in 1870 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. (lving at home with father and mother.) She appeared in the census in 1880 in Richmond, McHenry County, Illinois. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Franklin W. MEAD Jr. and Emma A. COLBY.


Raymond W. MEAD was born in 1876 in McHenry County, Illinois. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Richmond, McHenry County, Illinois. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: Franklin W. MEAD Jr. and Emma A. COLBY.


Sarah F. MEAD was born on 29 MAR 1840 in Hill, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She died on 6 NOV 1875.

Spouse: Wilbur H. SANBORN. Wilbur H. SANBORN and Sarah F. MEAD were married on 11 JUN 1873.


Alfred Melvin MEADE was born about 1849.

Spouse: Lydia A. WHIDDEN. Alfred Melvin MEADE and Lydia A. WHIDDEN were married on 2 JUL 1876 in Nashua, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.


Elijah MEADER was born on 13 SEP 1802.

Spouse: Abigail H. COLBY. Elijah MEADER and Abigail H. COLBY were married about 1835 in Lincoln, Addison County, Vermont.


Lydia Ann MEADER was born about 1845.

Spouse: Joseph COLBY. Joseph COLBY and Lydia Ann MEADER were married on 26 FEB 1865 in Lincoln, Addison County, Vermont. Children were: Burnes COLBY.


Ruth S. MEADER was born in 1814 in Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Lincoln, Addison County, Vermont. She appeared in the census on 18 JUL 1860 in Lincoln, Addison County, Vermont. She appeared in the census on 29 JUL 1870 in Bristol, Addison County, Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Bristol, Addison County, Vermont.

Spouse: Page COLBY. Page COLBY and Ruth S. MEADER were married about 1835. Children were: Asa H. COLBY, George COLBY, George P. COLBY, Jarvis COLBY.


Ernest Robert MEALY was born on 15 SEP 1891 in Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 31 JAN 1982 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003 Record
Name:
Ernest R Mealy
Certificate: 018480
Death Place: Weymouth
Death Date: 31 Jan 1982
Birth Place: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 15 Sep 1891

He had Social Security Number 020-18-2061.
Social Security Death Index Record
Name:
Ernest Mealy
SSN: 020-18-2061
Last Residence: 02066 Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States of America
Born: 15 Sep 1891
Died: Jan 1982
State (Year) SSN issued: Massachusetts (Before 1951 )

Spouse: Lizzie Edith MILLETT. Ernest Robert MEALY and Lizzie Edith MILLETT were married on 1 JAN 1927. Children were: George Henry MEALY, Irving Snow MEALY, Mary Rogers MEALY, Robert Maxwell MEALY.


George Henry MEALY was born on 31 DEC 1927 in Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Descendants of Charles Harris Colby and Cortana Purington (Small) Colby" Compiled by Ruth Stowell Colby.) Parents: Ernest Robert MEALY and Lizzie Edith MILLETT.


Irving Snow MEALY was born on 6 JAN 1929 in Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 16 JUL 1929 at Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. He was buried in the Cohasset Central Cemetery at Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts (BOOK SOURCE: "The Descendants of Charles Harris Colby and Cortana Purington (Small) Colby" Compiled by Ruth Stowell Colby.) Parents: Ernest Robert MEALY and Lizzie Edith MILLETT.


Mary Rogers MEALY was born on 17 OCT 1930 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Descendants of Charles Harris Colby and Cortana Purington (Small) Colby" Compiled by Ruth Stowell Colby.) Parents: Ernest Robert MEALY and Lizzie Edith MILLETT.


Robert Maxwell MEALY was born on 12 AUG 1935 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 26 APR 1939 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. (BOOK SOURCE: "The Descendants of Charles Harris Colby and Cortana Purington (Small) Colby" Compiled by Ruth Stowell Colby.) Parents: Ernest Robert MEALY and Lizzie Edith MILLETT.


Sarah Esther MECAM was born in 1796. She has Ancestral File Number GMHF-FC.

Spouse: Matthais MGW BOVEE. Matthais MGW BOVEE and Sarah Esther MECAM were married on 30 DEC 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois. Married by William Stringham


Amasa Lyman MECHAM was born on 30 MAR 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois. He died on 17 JAN 1925 at Orem, Utah County, Utah. He was buried on 20 JAN 1925 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Edward MECHAM and Irene CURRIER.


Caleb MECHAM was born on 15 MAY 1810 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died on 26 SEP 1852 at Mazon, Grundy County, Illinois. He has Ancestral File Number 2QVJ-X9. Parents: Joshua MEACHAM and Permelia CHAPMAN.

Spouse: Mary CURRIER. Caleb MECHAM and Mary CURRIER were married in 1835 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire.


Photo Edward MECHAM was born on 22 FEB 1802 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died on 31 JUL 1895 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. He was buried in AUG 1895 in the Provo City Cemetery at Provo, Utah County, Utah He has Ancestral File Number 21KH-PK. Parents: Joshua MEACHAM and Permelia CHAPMAN.

Spouse: Irene CURRIER. Edward MECHAM and Irene CURRIER were married about 1829 in Pennsylvania. Children were: Roxena MECHAM, Sally Ann MECHAM, Amasa Lyman MECHAM.

Spouse: Roxanna CURRIER. Edward MECHAM and Roxanna CURRIER were married about 1869.

Spouse: Hannah Eliza PHILLIPS. Edward MECHAM and Hannah Eliza PHILLIPS were married date unknown.

Spouse: Sophia BURRIS. Edward MECHAM and Sophia BURRIS were married in MAY 1864 in Provo, Utah County, Utah.


Elizabeth MECHAM was born on 20 JAN 1807 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She died on 23 JUN 1887. She has Ancestral File Number 319G-77. Parents: Joshua MEACHAM and Permelia CHAPMAN.


Ephriam MECHAM was born on 7 MAR 1808 in Canaan, Grafton County, New Hampshire. He died on 6 JUL 1891 at Wallsburg, Wasatch County, Utah. He was buried in JUL 1891 in Wallsburg, Wasatch County, Utah. He has Ancestral File Number 48SS-Q8. Parents: Joshua MEACHAM and Permelia CHAPMAN.

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