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Ollie Eakin1

F, #6843, b. 23 August 1894, d. 5 June 1946

Father*Ira E. Eakin1 b. 18 Jun 1866, d. 1 Nov 1932
Mother*Mary E. Kelley1 b. 4 Dec 1871, d. 16 Mar 1912
Ollie Eakin|b. 23 Aug 1894\nd. 5 Jun 1946|p96.htm#i6843|Ira E. Eakin|b. 18 Jun 1866\nd. 1 Nov 1932|p95.htm#i5961|Mary E. Kelley|b. 4 Dec 1871\nd. 16 Mar 1912|p154.htm#i5953|||||||George R. Kelley|d. 25 Mar 1895|p154.htm#i5926|Sarah J. Andrews|b. 13 May 1854\nd. 15 Feb 1892|p34.htm#i5918|

ChartsDescendants of Raford Carroll
Descendants of Raford Carroll

Birth*23 August 1894 Ollie Eakin was born on 23 August 1894 at Fayette County, IL, US.1 
Married Name12 August 1916  As of 12 August 1916,her married name was Nickle.1 
Marriage*12 August 1916 She married Claude Nickle on 12 August 1916.1 
Death*5 June 1946 Ollie Eakin died on 5 June 1946 at age 51.1 

Family

Claude Nickle b. c 1890

Citations

  1. [S253] Darrel La Mar Wakley, compiler, "Carroll Information from Darrel La Mar Wakley"; Ancestral File (27 September, 2004), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Carroll Info from Darrel Wakley."

Ora Eakin1

F, #6857

Father*Ira E. Eakin1 b. 18 Jun 1866, d. 1 Nov 1932
Mother*Mary E. Kelley1 b. 4 Dec 1871, d. 16 Mar 1912
Ora Eakin||p96.htm#i6857|Ira E. Eakin|b. 18 Jun 1866\nd. 1 Nov 1932|p95.htm#i5961|Mary E. Kelley|b. 4 Dec 1871\nd. 16 Mar 1912|p154.htm#i5953|||||||George R. Kelley|d. 25 Mar 1895|p154.htm#i5926|Sarah J. Andrews|b. 13 May 1854\nd. 15 Feb 1892|p34.htm#i5918|

Marriage*1932 Ora Eakin married Joseph Domanowski in 1932.1 

Family

Joseph Domanowski

Citations

  1. [S253] Darrel La Mar Wakley, compiler, "Carroll Information from Darrel La Mar Wakley"; Ancestral File (27 September, 2004), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Carroll Info from Darrel Wakley."

Raymond Eakin1

M, #6847, b. 14 November 1898, d. 14 March 1904

Father*Ira E. Eakin1 b. 18 Jun 1866, d. 1 Nov 1932
Mother*Mary E. Kelley1 b. 4 Dec 1871, d. 16 Mar 1912
Raymond Eakin|b. 14 Nov 1898\nd. 14 Mar 1904|p96.htm#i6847|Ira E. Eakin|b. 18 Jun 1866\nd. 1 Nov 1932|p95.htm#i5961|Mary E. Kelley|b. 4 Dec 1871\nd. 16 Mar 1912|p154.htm#i5953|||||||George R. Kelley|d. 25 Mar 1895|p154.htm#i5926|Sarah J. Andrews|b. 13 May 1854\nd. 15 Feb 1892|p34.htm#i5918|

ChartsDescendants of Raford Carroll
Descendants of Raford Carroll

Birth*14 November 1898 Raymond Eakin was born on 14 November 1898 at Fayette County, IL, US.1 
Death*14 March 1904 He died on 14 March 1904 at age 5.1 

Citations

  1. [S253] Darrel La Mar Wakley, compiler, "Carroll Information from Darrel La Mar Wakley"; Ancestral File (27 September, 2004), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Carroll Info from Darrel Wakley."

Amos Eakle1

M, #2624, b. 25 April 1804, d. 6 June 1862

Birth*25 April 1804 Amos Eakle was born on 25 April 1804 at Augusta County, VA, US.1 
Marriage*before 1825 He married Mahala Browning, daughter of Joseph Browning and Edith Wright, before 1825.1 
Death*6 June 1862 Amos Eakle died on 6 June 1862 at Fayette County, IL, US, at age 58.1 

Family

Mahala Browning b. 1807, d. c 1875
Child

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Elizabeth Eakle1

F, #2635, b. 1829, d. before 1872

Father*Amos Eakle1 b. 25 Apr 1804, d. 6 Jun 1862
Mother*Mahala Browning1 b. 1807, d. c 1875
Elizabeth Eakle|b. 1829\nd. b 1872|p96.htm#i2635|Amos Eakle|b. 25 Apr 1804\nd. 6 Jun 1862|p96.htm#i2624|Mahala Browning|b. 1807\nd. c 1875|p54.htm#i2613|||||||Joseph Browning|b. 1780|p54.htm#i2602|Edith Wright|b. c 1794|p296.htm#i4249|

Birth*1829 Elizabeth Eakle was born in 1829 at IL, US.1 
Marriage*12 December 1850 She married Leonard Rush on 12 December 1850 at Fayette County, IL, US.1 
Married Name Her married name was Rush.1 
Death*before 1872 Elizabeth Eakle died before 1872 at Fayette County, IL, US.1 

Family

Leonard Rush b. 1830, d. 27 Jun 1910
Child

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Elmina Eakle1

F, #4220, b. 1844

Father*Henry D. Eakle1
Mother*Elizabeth J. Wright1 b. 1825, d. c 1845
Elmina Eakle|b. 1844|p96.htm#i4220|Henry D. Eakle||p96.htm#i4210|Elizabeth J. Wright|b. 1825\nd. c 1845|p297.htm#i4349|||||||Joseph G. Wright|b. 20 Apr 1785\nd. 1 Oct 1843|p300.htm#i4216|Sarah A. Reavis|b. 26 Nov 1789\nd. 1855|p235.htm#i4172|

Birth*1844 Elmina Eakle was born in 1844.1 
Note* She 1850 Montgomery Cnty., IL Census.1 

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Henry D. Eakle1

M, #4210

Marriage*7 September 1843 Henry D. Eakle married Elizabeth J. Wright, daughter of Joseph G. Wright and Sarah Angeline Reavis, on 7 September 1843 at Montgomery County, IL, US.1 

Family

Elizabeth J. Wright b. 1825, d. c 1845
Child

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Emley E. Earley1,2

F, #543, b. 12 May 1855, d. 1 February 1925

ChartsTimothy Lamberson of Missouri's Descendants

Birth*12 May 1855 Emley E. Earley was born on 12 May 1855 at MO, US.1,3 
Married Namecirca 1875  As of circa 1875,her married name was Lamberson.1 
Marriage*14 February 1876 She married Thomas Lamberson, son of John "Jack" Lamberson and Nancy Jane Whitledge, on 14 February 1876 at Pike County, MO, US.1,4 
Divorce*before 1910 Emley E. Earley and Thomas Lamberson were divorced before 1910 at ID, US.5 
Death*1 February 1925 Emley E. Earley died on 1 February 1925 at Kootenai County, ID, US, at age 69.3 

Family

Thomas Lamberson b. 1852, d. 1926
Children

Citations

  1. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com). Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  2. [S91] Unknown subject, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (unknown repository address: unknown repository), Thomas B. Lamberson m Elimy E. Earley 14 feb 1876 Pike MO.
  3. [S347] Unknown author, Interment.net Cemetery Transcription (n.p.: n.pub.), Forest Cemetery
    Kootenai County, Idaho
    1053 C St
    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
    (208) 769- 2252
    Lat: 47°41'05"N, Lon: 116°47'27"W

    Contributed by Mary Garrison, Mar 11, 2002, last updated Nov 03, 2002 [e-mail address] Total records = 3,714.
    This cemetery is 20.7 acres of well maintained rolling lawn and pine trees. The cemetery was originally owned by the US Army at Fort Sherman from 1877 to 1898. It was then purchase by the city of Coeur d' Alene. Questions regarding the cemetery or burial locations can be address to: City of Coeur d'Alene Parks and Cemetery Department, 221 S 5th St Coeur d' Alene, ID 83814. Hereinafter cited as Interment.net Cemetery Transcription.
  4. [S91] Unknown subject, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (unknown repository address: unknown repository).
  5. [S83] Unknown compiler, 1910 Federal Census Online (n.p.: n.pub.), dwelling 42 household 43 ED 79, Granite Twp., Bonner Co., ID Emily Lambertson, Divorced.
  6. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 134 household 134 ED 62, Granite Twp., Kootenai Co., ID William Lamberson.

Methuselah Deck Early1,2

M, #9933, b. 3 February 1800, d. 11 May 1865

Birth*3 February 1800 Methuselah Deck Early was born on 3 February 1800.2 
Marriage*before 25 May 1843 He married Emarella Mefford, daughter of Andrew Mefford and Susannah Burns, before 25 May 1843.1 
Death*11 May 1865 Methuselah Deck Early died on 11 May 1865 at Pike County, MO, US, at age 65.2 
Burial* He was buried at Early Cemetery, Pike County, MO, US; located at T-55-N--R-3-W Section 35.2 

Family

Emarella Mefford b. 26 May 1824, d. 13 Nov 1876

Citations

  1. [S365] Various (from notes), Pike Co., MO, Probate Records, 1825-1916 unknown file number, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT, US, FHL film 956908 VOL 3. 1841-1847 page 124 Andrew Mefford estate. Hereinafter cited as Pike Co., MO, Probate Records.
  2. [S256] Bill and Mollie Price, compiler, Cemetery Recordings Peno Township Pike County Missouri (P. O. Box 313, Bowling Green, MO 63334: Pike County Genealogical Society, c 1990). Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries Peno Twp Pike Co MO.

(?) Easley1

M, #10461

Marriage* (?) Easley married Bettie Withers, daughter of John Withers and Katherine (?).1 

Family

Bettie Withers

Citations

  1. [S383] Franz V. Recum, Withers -- America; or A Collection of genealogical data concerning the history of the descendants in the male line of James Withers (1680/1-1746) of Stafford County, Virginia (New York: unknown, 1949). Hereinafter cited as Withers -- America.

Karen Elaine Eastin1

F, #2525

Father*Larry Dean Eastin1
Mother*Marilyn Helm1
Karen Elaine Eastin||p96.htm#i2525|Larry Dean Eastin||p96.htm#i2517|Marilyn Helm||p127.htm#i4139|||||||Henry M. Helm Sr.|b. 1921\nd. 1966|p127.htm#i4140|Louise Hilligoss|b. 23 Jul 1926\nd. 1989|p135.htm#i4156|

Divorce* Karen Elaine Eastin and Mikel Kent Mattingly were divorced.1 

Family 1

Mikel Kent Mattingly

Family 2

Jeff Bickel

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Larry Dean Eastin1

M, #2517

Family

Marilyn Helm

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Stacy Jean Eastin1

F, #2526

Father*Larry Dean Eastin1
Mother*Marilyn Helm1
Stacy Jean Eastin||p96.htm#i2526|Larry Dean Eastin||p96.htm#i2517|Marilyn Helm||p127.htm#i4139|||||||Henry M. Helm Sr.|b. 1921\nd. 1966|p127.htm#i4140|Louise Hilligoss|b. 23 Jul 1926\nd. 1989|p135.htm#i4156|

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Hannah Eaton1

F, #4969, b. 1633, d. 4 May 1707

Father*Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony1 b. c 1590, d. Jan 1658
Mother*Anne Lloyd1 b. c 1593, d. c 1660
Hannah Eaton|b. 1633\nd. 4 May 1707|p96.htm#i4969|Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony|b. c 1590\nd. Jan 1658|p96.htm#i4970|Anne Lloyd|b. c 1593\nd. c 1660|p192.htm#i4971|Rev. Richard Eaton|b. c 1565\nd. 14 Jan 1616/17|p96.htm#i7775|Elizabeth (?)||p8.htm#i7776|Right Rev. George Lloyd D.D., Bishop of Chester|b. 1560\nd. 1 Aug 1615|p192.htm#i4973|Anne Wilkinson|b. c 1564|p285.htm#i4974|

ChartsGreg Lamberson's Pedigree

Birth*1633 Hannah Eaton was born in 1633 at London, Middlesex, England.2 
Marriage*1659 She married Gov. William Jones of the New Haven Colony, son of Col. John Jones and Catherine H. Cromwell, in 1659; his second wife.1,2 
Married Name1659  As of 1659,her married name was Jones.1 
Death*4 May 1707 Hannah Eaton died on 4 May 1707.2 

Family

Gov. William Jones of the New Haven Colony b. 1624, d. 17 Oct 1706
Children

Citations

  1. [S192] Danny Evarts (e-mail address), compiler, "LEE Ancestry Taken From EVARTS Data"; Ancestral File (data last updated 20 aug 2001), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lee Data from D. Evarts."
  2. [S413] Annah Walker Robinson Watson, Of Sceptered Race (Memphis, TN: Early Printing and Publishing Company, 1910). Hereinafter cited as Of Sceptered Race.
  3. [S424] Edward F. Everett, "Notes on Morse, Everett, Jones, and Avery", The New-England Historical and Genealogical Register Volume 49 (Oct., 1895). Hereinafter cited as "Notes on Morse, Everett, Jones, and Avery."

John Eaton1

M, #3605

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Rev. Richard Eaton1

M, #7775, b. circa 1565, d. 14 January 1616/17

Father*Rev. Richard Eaton1 d. Jan 1600
Mother*Elizabeth (?)1
Rev. Richard Eaton|b. c 1565\nd. 14 Jan 1616/17|p96.htm#i7775|Rev. Richard Eaton|d. Jan 1600|p96.htm#i7778|Elizabeth (?)||p8.htm#i7777|||||||||||||

ChartsGreg Lamberson's Pedigree

Birth*circa 1565 Rev. Richard Eaton was born circa 1565 at Stratford, Warwickshire, England.1 
Marriage* He married Elizabeth (?)
Death*14 January 1616/17 Rev. Richard Eaton died on 14 January 1616/17 at Great Polworth, Cheshire, England.1 
Note* He His death is recorded at St Mary Woolnoth in London where the note refers to him as the father of John Eaton of that parish. He served as the rector of Holy Trinity Church in Coventry at the time John Davenport [with whom his son went to New England] was baptized. He received his BA at Lincoln College, Oxford in 1585/6 and BD in 1599.

There are Eatons in the St Mary records and Theophilus was a member of that congregation before he married Grace Hillier

An article by Franklin Dexter states that Overwheatley is in Great Budworth parish and indicates that the vicar was the father of this Richard.

The will is quoted in the article "The Family of Gov. Theophilus Eaton in NEHGR Jan 1884 pp 29-31. It was proven by Theophilus in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 14 jan 1616/17.1 

Family

Elizabeth (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S192] Danny Evarts (e-mail address), compiler, "LEE Ancestry Taken From EVARTS Data"; Ancestral File (data last updated 20 aug 2001), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lee Data from D. Evarts."

Rev. Richard Eaton1

M, #7778, d. January 1600

ChartsGreg Lamberson's Pedigree

Marriage* Rev. Richard Eaton married Elizabeth (?)
Death*January 1600 Rev. Richard Eaton died in January 1600 at Great Budworth, Cheshire, England.1 
Note* He He was Vicar of Great Budworth in Cheshire before his death.1 

Family

Elizabeth (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S192] Danny Evarts (e-mail address), compiler, "LEE Ancestry Taken From EVARTS Data"; Ancestral File (data last updated 20 aug 2001), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lee Data from D. Evarts."

Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony1,2

M, #4970, b. circa 1590, d. January 1658

Father*Rev. Richard Eaton1 b. c 1565, d. 14 Jan 1616/17
Mother*Elizabeth (?)1
Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony|b. c 1590\nd. Jan 1658|p96.htm#i4970|Rev. Richard Eaton|b. c 1565\nd. 14 Jan 1616/17|p96.htm#i7775|Elizabeth (?)||p8.htm#i7776|Rev. Richard Eaton|d. Jan 1600|p96.htm#i7778|Elizabeth (?)||p8.htm#i7777|||||||

ChartsGreg Lamberson's Pedigree

Birth*circa 1590 Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony was born circa 1590 at Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire County, England.1,3 
Marriage*3 December 1622 He married Grace Hillier on 3 December 1622 at St Mary Woolnoth, London, Middlesex, England.1 
Marriage*before 1628 Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony married Anne Lloyd, daughter of Right Rev. George Lloyd D.D., Bishop of Chester and Anne Wilkinson, before 1628 at England.1 
(Witness) Migration1637 Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony witnessed the Migration of Henry Peck in 1637 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA, US; Arrived on the ship "Hector" in Boston 26 Jun., 1637, along with Gov. Eaton and Rev. John Davenport.4 
Death*January 1658 Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony died in January 1658 at New Haven, New Haven County, CT, US.1 
Note* He Occupation: Merchant 1
Occupation: Governor Of New Haven Colony 1 3
Note: 1 3
"Theophilus was the first governor of the New Haven Colony, 1643 -58, and a virtual partner with Rev. John Davenport - also of royal descent, but with a much smaller notable progeny (at least a s yet traced) - in the Colony's founding and theocratic governance."

He was elected Chief Magistrate of New Haven in Oct. 1639, Oct . 1640, Oct. 1641, and Oct. 1642. And then Governor of the New Haven Colony from Oct. 1643 until his death in Jan. 1658.
Note: 2
From Ship Passenger Lists by Carl Boyer referencing a previous work by Isabel MacBeath Calder entitled Passengers on the Hector , 1637-38, The New Haven Colony pp. 29-31.

A special thanks goes to Molly Kernan who transcribed this ship' s list for The OLIVE TREE and included background information from her own research.
THe following is the passenger list for the vessel Hector, whic h brought the passengers accompanying John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton to Connecticut in 1637. There is another ship called the Hector that brought the first Scottish Highlanders to Nova Scotia in the mid-1700's, but the Hector Heritage Foundation in Nova Scotia states that the ship that brought the Davenport/Eaton party is a different vessel.
The Hector that brought the Davenport party to Massachusetts was a new vessel of 250 tons, which had already made a previous passage to Massachusetts Bay. The records indicate that the ship actually arrived in Massachusetts, but other references mention that the Hectoralso took the party to Connecticut in late 1637 or 1638. A passenger ship list for the trip from Massachusetts Bay to New Haven, Connecticut has not been located.
Passengers on the Hector sold their belongings in preparation for the sailing, but then the English government impressed the ship for the service of the crown. The owners petitioned for its release in January 1637, but the ship was not freed until May. According to the records of John Winthrop of Massachusetts Bay, the ship arrived in Boston (from London England) on June 26, 1637 .
John & Elizabeth Davenport
Theophilus Eaton
Old Mrs. Eaton, his mother
Anne Eaton, second wife of Theophilus Eaton and daughter of George Loyd Bishop of Chester and widow of Thomas Yale
The children of Anne Eaton by her former marriage
Edward Hopkins
Richard Malbon
Nathaniel Rowe
William Andrews
Henry Browning
James Clark
Jasper Crane
Jeremy Dixon
Nicholas Elsey
Francis Hall
Robert Hill
William Ives
George Smith
George Ward
Lawrence Ward
Ezekiel Cheever
Edward Bannister
Old Jewry
Richard Beach Richard Beckley
John Brockett
John Budd
John Cooper
Arthur Halbidge
Mathew Hitchcock
Andrew Hull
Andrew Low
Andrew Messenger
Mathew Moulthrop
Francis Newman
Robert Newman
Richard Osborn
Edward Patteson
John Reader
William Thorp
Samuel Whitehead.
Note:
Mentioned by name in the following...

Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven, June 4, 1639

THE 4th day of the 4th month, called June, 1639, all the free planters assembled together in a general meeting, to consult about settling civil government, according to GOD, and the nomination of persons that might be found, by consent of all, fittest in all respects for the foundation work of a church, which was intended to be gathered in Quinipiack. After solemn invocation of the name of GOD, in prayer for the presence and help of his spirit and grace, in those weighty businesses, they were reminded of the business whereabout they met, (viz.) for the establishment of such civil order as night be most pleasing unto GOD, and for the choosing the fittest men for the foundation work of a church to be gathered. For the better enabling them to discern the mind of GOD, and to agree accordingly concerning the establishment of civil order, Mr. John Davenport propounded divers queries to them publicly, praying them to consider seriously in the presence and fear of GOD, the weight of the business they met about, and not to be rash or slight in giving their votes to things they understood not; but to digest fully and thoroughly wh at should be propounded to them, and without respect to men, as they should be satisfied and persuaded in their own minds, t o give their answers in such sort as they would be willing should stand upon record for posterity.

This being earnestly pressed by Mr. Davenport, Mr. Robert Newman was intreated to write, in characters, and to read distinctly and audibly in the hearing of all the people, what was propounded and accorded on, that it might appear, that all consented to matters propounded, according to words written by him.

Query I. WHETHER the scriptures do hold forth a perfect rule for the direction and government of all men in all duties which they are to perform to GOD and men, as well in families and common wealth, as in matters of the church ? This was assented unto by all, no man dissenting, as was expressed by holding up of hands. Afterwards it was read over to them, that they might see in what words their vote was expressed. They again expressed their consent by holding up their hands, no man dissenting.

Query II. WHEREAS there was a covenant solemnly made by the whole assembly of free planters of this plantation, the first day of extraordinary humiliation, which we had after we came together, that as in matters that concern the gathering and ordering of a church, so likewise in all public officers which concern civil order, as choice of magistrates and officers, making and repealing laws, dividing allotments of inheritance, and all things of like nature, we would all of us be ordered by those rules which the scripture holds forth to US; this covenant was called a plantation covenant, to distinguish it from a church covenant. which could not at that time be made a church not being then gathered, but was deferred till a church might be gathered, according to GOD. It was demanded whether all the free planters do hold themselves bound by that covenant, in all businesses of that nature which are expressed in the covenant, to submit themselves to be ordered by the rules held forth in the scripture t

THIS also was assented unto by all, and no man gainsayed it; an d they did testify the same by holding up their hands, both whe n it was first propounded, and confirmed the same by holding u p their hands when it was read unto them in public. John Clark b eing absent, when the covenant was made, doth now manifest his c onsent to it. Also Richard Beach, Andrew Law, Goodman Banister , Arthur Halbridge, John Potter, Robert Hill, John Brocket, an d John Johnson, these persons, being not admitted planters whe n the covenant was made, do now express their consent to it.

Query III. THOSE who have desired to be received as free planter s, and are settled in the plantation, with a purpose, resolutio n and desire, that they may be admitted into church fellowship , according to CHRIST, as soon as GOD shall fit them "hereunto , were desired to express it by holding up hands. According al l did express this to be their desire and purpose by holding u p their hands twice (viz.) at the proposal of it, and after whe n these written words were read unto them.

Query IV. All the free planters were called upon to express, whe ther they held themselves bound to establish such civil order a s might best conduce to the securing of the purity and peace o f the ordinance to themselves and their posterity according to G OD In answer hereunto they expressed by holding up their hands t wice as before, that they held themselves bound to establish suc h civil order as might best conduce to the ends aforesaid.

THEN Mr. Davenport declared unto them, by the scripture, what ki nd of persons might best be trusted with matters of government ; and by sundry arguments from scripture proved that such men a s were described in Exod. xviii. 2, Dent. 1. 13, with Dent. xvii . A, and 1 C!or. vi. 1, 6, 7, ought to be intrusted by them, see ing they were free to cast themselves into that mould and form o f commonwealth which appeared best for them in reference to th e securing. the peace and peaceable improvement of all CHRIST hi s ordinances in the church according to GOD, whereunto they hav e bound themselves, as hath been acknowledged.

HAVING thus said he sat down praying the company freely to consi der, whether they would have it voted at this time or not. Afte r some space of silence, Mr. Theophilus Eaton answered it migh t be voted, and some others also spake to the same purpose, non e at all opposing it. Then it was propounded to vote.

Query V. WHETHER free burgesses shall be chosen out of the churc h members, they that are in the foundation work of the church be ing actually free burgesses, and to choose to themselves out o f the like estate of church fellowship, and the power of choosin g magistrates and officers from among themselves, and the powe r of making and repealing laws, according to the word, and the d ividing of inheritances, and deciding of differences that may ar ise, and all the businesses of like nature are to be transacte d by those free burgesses. This was put to vote and agreed unt o by lifting up of hands twice, as in the former it was done. Th en one man stood up and expressed his dissenting from the rest i n part; yet granting, 1. That magistrates should be men fearin g GOD. 2. That the church is the company where, ordinarily, suc h men may be expected. 3. That they that choose them ought to b e men fearing GOD; only at this he stuck, that free planters oug ht not to give this power out of their hands. Another stood up a nd answered, that nothing was done, but with their consent. Th e former answered, that all the free planters ought to resume th is power into their own hands again, if things were not orderl y carried. Mr. Theophilus Eaton answered, that in all places the y choose committees in like manner. The companies in London choo se the liveries by whom the public magistrates are chosen. In th is the rest are not wronged, because they expect, in time, to b e of the livery themselves, and to have the same power. Some oth ers intreated the former to give his arguments and reasons where upon he dissented. He refused to do it, and said, they might no t rationally demand it, seeing he let the vote pass on freely an d did not speak till after it was past, because he would not hin der what they agreed upon. Then Mr. Davenport, after a short rel ation of some former passages between them two about this questi on, prayed the company that nothing might be concluded by them o n this weighty question, but what themselves were persuaded to b e agreeing with the mind of GOD, and they had heard what had bee n said since the voting; he intreated them again to consider o f it, and put it again to vote as before. Again all of them, b y holding up their hands, did show their consent as before. An d some of them confessed that, whereas they did waver before the y came to the assembly, they were now fully convinced, that it i s the mind of GOD. One of them said that in the morning before h e came reading Deut. xvii. 15, he was convinced at home. Anothe r said, that he came doubting to the assembly, but he blessed GO D, by what had been said, he was now fully satisfied, that the c hoice of burgesses out of church members and to intrust those wi th the power before spoken of is according to the mind of GOD re vealed in the scriptures. All having spoken their apprehension s it was agreed upon, and Mr. Robert Newman was desired to writ e it as an order whereunto every one, that hereafter should be a dmitted here as planters, should submit, and testify the same b y subscribing their names to the order: Namely, that church memb ers only shall be free burgesses, and that they only shall choos e magistrates and officers among themselves, to have power of tr ansacting all the public civil affairs of this plantation; of ma king and repealing laws, dividing of inheritances, deciding of d ifferences that may arise, and doing all things and businesses o f like nature.

THIS being thus settled, as a fundamental agreement concerning c ivil government, Mr. Davenport proceeded to propound something t o consideration about the gathering of a church' and to preven t the blemishing of the first beginnings of the church work, Mr . Davenport advised, that the names of such as were to be admitt ed might be publicly propounded, to the end that they who were m ost approved might be chosen; for the town being cast into sever al private meetings, wherein they that lived nearest together ga ve their accounts one to another of GOD'S gracious world upon th em, and prayed together and conferred to their mutual edificatio n, sundry of them had knowledge one of another, and in every mee ting some one was more approved of all than any other; for thi s reason and to prevent scandals, the whole company was intreate d to consider whom they found fittest to nominate for this work .

Query VI. WHETHER are you all willing and do agree in this, tha t twelve men be chosen, that their fitness for the foundation wo rk may be tried; however there may be more named yet it may be i n their power who are chosen to reduce them to twelve, and tha t it be in the power of those twelve to choose out of themselve s seven, that shall be most approved of by the major part, to be gin the church.

THIS was agreed upon by consent of all, as was expressed by hold ing up of hands, and that so many as should be thought fit for t he foundation work of the church, shall be propounded by the pla ntation, and written down and pass without exception, unless the y had given public scandal or offence. Yet so as in case of publ ic scandal or offense, every one should have liberty to propoun d their exception, at that time, publicly against any man, tha t should be nominated, when all their names should be writ down . But if the offence were private, that mens names might be tend ered, so many as were offended were intreated to deal with the o ffender privately, and if he gave not satisfaction to bring th e matter to the twelve, that they might consider of it impartial ly and in the fear of GOD.
Source:
The Federal and State Constitutions Colonial Charters, and Othe r Organic Laws of the States, Territories, and Colonies Now or H eretofore Forming the United States of America.
Compiled and Edited Under the Act of Congress of June 30, 1906 b y Francis Newton Thorpe
Washington, DC : Government Printing Office, 1909.1
 
Note He He was the son of Rev Richard Eaton and became a merchant for the Baltic Company in London where he married his first wife, Grace Hillier. He was sent on a diplomatic mission to Denmark and later resumed his mercantile career. He was a parishioner in Rev. John Davenport's church in London [St Stephen Coleman] and became a member of the company when Davenport decided to immigrate.

He was accompanied [among others] by his stepson, Elihu Yale, patron of Yale College. The party decided to move south rather than remain in Massachusetts and settled at Quinnipiac in March 1638. After purchasing the property for 13 English coats, the settlers named it New Haven. Eaton was chosen the first governor of New Haven Colony and served until his death in 1658. He was one of the commissioners who later formed the United Colonies of New England. In New Haven he soon turned to agriculture. He was said to be handsome and of a commanding figure and although strict and severe in religious matters was affable and courteous.

He and Davenport were the leaders of the group, and Eaton was the wealthiest member of the group. The group wintered at Boston before moving to New Haven. The puritan group did not have a license from the English govt and was eventually absorbed into Connecticut colony insterad of being able to maintain its independence.1 

Family 1

Grace Hillier b. c 1600, d. Feb 1625
Marriage*3 December 1622 He married Grace Hillier on 3 December 1622 at St Mary Woolnoth, London, Middlesex, England.1 

Family 2

Anne Lloyd b. c 1593, d. c 1660
Marriage*before 1628 Gov. Theophilus Eaton of New Haven Colony married Anne Lloyd, daughter of Right Rev. George Lloyd D.D., Bishop of Chester and Anne Wilkinson, before 1628 at England.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S192] Danny Evarts (e-mail address), compiler, "LEE Ancestry Taken From EVARTS Data"; Ancestral File (data last updated 20 aug 2001), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lee Data from D. Evarts."
  2. [S413] Annah Walker Robinson Watson, Of Sceptered Race (Memphis, TN: Early Printing and Publishing Company, 1910). Hereinafter cited as Of Sceptered Race.
  3. [S435] Donald Lines Jacobus Families of Ancient New Haven, 7 vols (Rome, NY: Clarence D. Smith, 1926), Volume 3, page 591. Hereinafter cited as Families of Ancient New Haven (CT) (7 vols.).
  4. [S423] Ira B. Peck, Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck, who emigrated to this country in 1638 (Boston, Mass.: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1868). Hereinafter cited as Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck.

Nancy Eaves1

F, #15310, b. 1795

Marriage* Nancy Eaves married John Fortner.1 
Married Name Her married name was Fortner.1 
Birth*1795 Nancy Eaves was born in 1795 at NC, US.1 

Family

John Fortner b. 1791
Children

Citations

  1. [S507] Barbara Caddock (Pike) Shultz, compiler, "Research of Barbara Caddock (Pike) Shultz"; Ancestral File, n/a (Sep. 2010), unknown repository, Provo, UT, US. Hereinafter cited as "Research of Barbara Caddock (Pike) Shultz."

Emma F. Eckard1

F, #1751, b. 1855

Marriage* Emma F. Eckard married John Wright, son of James Washington Wright and Martha E. Donaldson
Married Name Her married name was Wright. 
Birth*1855 Emma F. Eckard was born in 1855 at IL, US.1 

Family

John Wright b. 1858
Children

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Linda Eckart1

F, #14529

Marriage*29 November 1985 Linda Eckart married Richard Henry Ray, son of Robert Henry Ray and Mary Helen Dill, on 29 November 1985.1 

Family 1

(?) Chase

Family 2

Richard Henry Ray

Citations

  1. [S497] Sally Lamberson Ungeheier, compiler, "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier"; Ancestral File (c 2006), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier."

(?) Eddy1

M, #12875

Marriage* (?) Eddy married Jean Lamberson, daughter of Corbet Elisha Lamberson and Edna May Robinson.1 

Family

Jean Lamberson

Citations

  1. [S456] Norma Irene Dehlhom, The Bonners Ferry Herald, Bonners Ferry, ID, Thursday, 12 Jun., 2003. Hereinafter cited as Bonners Ferry Herald.

John R. Eddy1

M, #8932, b. 8 September 1900, d. 30 April 1992

ChartsJames Henderson's Descendants

Birth*8 September 1900 John R. Eddy was born on 8 September 1900 at Cornwall County, England.1 
Marriage* He married Hazel Torrey, daughter of Melvin E. Torrey and Mary Helen Henderson.1 
Death*30 April 1992 John R. Eddy died on 30 April 1992 at Grand Blanc Convalescent Home, Grand Blanc, Genesee County, MI, US, at age 91.1 
Burial* He was buried at Sunset Hills Cemetery, Flint, Genesee County, MI, US.1 

Family

Hazel Torrey b. 20 Sep 1894

Citations

  1. [S317] Pauline Sears, "Henderson Research of Pauline Sears," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Greg Lamberson, 10 May, 2005. Hereinafter cited as "Henderson Research of Pauline Sears."

Mary Elizabeth Edmonton1

F, #13749

Divorce* Mary Elizabeth Edmonton and Frank Elmer Lambertson were divorced; Y.1 
Marriage*circa 1919 Mary Elizabeth Edmonton married Frank Elmer Lambertson, son of Samuel Milton Lambertson and Ruth Jane Douglass, circa 1919 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, IA, US.1 

Family

Frank Elmer Lambertson b. 1 Mar 1901, d. 10 Jan 1959
Children

Citations

  1. [S497] Sally Lamberson Ungeheier, compiler, "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier"; Ancestral File (c 2006), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier."

Queen Gunhild Edmundsdotter of Denmark1

F, #12552

Father*King Edmund "slimy old man" Olofsson1 b. a 1000
Queen Gunhild Edmundsdotter of Denmark||p96.htm#i12552|King Edmund "slimy old man" Olofsson|b. a 1000|p222.htm#i12553||||King Olof Skötkonung of Sweden||p253.htm#i10777|Edla (?) of Vender (Poland)||p8.htm#i12554|||||||

Death* Queen Gunhild Edmundsdotter of Denmark died at Denmark.1 

Family

King Sven II Estridsen Ulfsson of Denmark b. c 1019, d. 29 Apr 1076
Child

Citations

  1. [S222] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Royal Genealogies, Various"; Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Royal Genealogies."

Queen Ingamodher Edmundsdotter1

F, #12585, b. 1042, d. 1090

Father*King Edmund "slimy old man" Olofsson1 b. a 1000
Mother*Queen Gunhild Svendsdotter of Sweden1 d. 1054
Queen Ingamodher Edmundsdotter|b. 1042\nd. 1090|p96.htm#i12585|King Edmund "slimy old man" Olofsson|b. a 1000|p222.htm#i12553|Queen Gunhild Svendsdotter of Sweden|d. 1054|p266.htm#i12586|King Olof Skötkonung of Sweden||p253.htm#i10777|Edla (?) of Vender (Poland)||p8.htm#i12554|||||||

Birth*1042 Queen Ingamodher Edmundsdotter was born in 1042 at Stockholm, Sweden.1 
Marriage*between 1057 and 1059 She married King Erik VIII "Stenkil" "Årsäll" Ragnvalsson of Sweden, son of Jarl Ragnvald "the Old" Ulfsson of Västergötland and Aldeigjuborg (Ladoga), Ryssland and Astrid Njalsdotter, between 1057 and 1059.1 
Death*1090 Queen Ingamodher Edmundsdotter died in 1090.1 

Family

King Erik VIII "Stenkil" "Årsäll" Ragnvalsson of Sweden b. c 1020, d. 1066
Child

Citations

  1. [S222] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Royal Genealogies, Various"; Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Royal Genealogies."

(?) Edwards1

M, #4767

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Amasa Edwards1

M, #93, b. circa 1815

Birth*circa 1815 Amasa Edwards was born circa 1815 at TN, US.1 
Marriage* He married Durana (?).2 

Family 1

Children

Family 2

Durana (?) b. c 1825
Children

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Amasa EDWARD 35 M W Farmer !00 Tenn.
    Durana " 25 F W IL
    Tabitha " 12 F W IL.
  2. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 300 household 300.
  3. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

Andrew Edwards1

M, #10434

Marriage*9 January 1758 Andrew Edwards married Elizabeth Cave, daughter of William Cave and Elizabeth (?), on 9 January 1758 at Stafford County, VA, US.1 

Family

Elizabeth Cave d. 1790

Citations

  1. [S383] Franz V. Recum, Withers -- America; or A Collection of genealogical data concerning the history of the descendants in the male line of James Withers (1680/1-1746) of Stafford County, Virginia (New York: unknown, 1949). Hereinafter cited as Withers -- America.

Christina Edwards1

F, #7312, b. circa 1840

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Christina Edwards|b. c 1840|p96.htm#i7312|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93||||||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1840 Christina Edwards was born circa 1840 at IL, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 300 household 300.

Evelyn Yola Edwards1

F, #14555

Divorce* Evelyn Yola Edwards and Richard Donald Simpson were divorced; Y.1 

Family

Richard Donald Simpson

Citations

  1. [S497] Sally Lamberson Ungeheier, compiler, "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier"; Ancestral File (c 2006), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier."

Francis T. Edwards1,2

M, #7313, b. circa 1843

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Francis T. Edwards|b. c 1843|p96.htm#i7313|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93||||||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1843 Francis T. Edwards was born circa 1843 at IL, US.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 300 household 300.
  2. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

Harry Edwards1

M, #10747

Marriage*circa 1928 Harry Edwards married Viola I. Haynes, daughter of (?) Haynes and Etta M. (?), circa 1928 at MO, US.1 

Family

Viola I. Haynes

Citations

  1. [S81] US Census Bureau, 1930 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), dwelling 124 household 135 ED 25 4th Ward, Moberly, Randolph Co., MO Arlie Slavens.

M. A. Edwards1

F, #7316, b. circa 1851

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Mother*Durana (?)1 b. c 1825
M. A. Edwards|b. c 1851|p96.htm#i7316|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93|Durana (?)|b. c 1825|p7.htm#i7311|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1851 M. A. Edwards was born circa 1851 at Mulberry Twp., Franklin County, AR, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

M. C. Edwards1

F, #7318, b. circa 1858

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Mother*Durana (?)1 b. c 1825
M. C. Edwards|b. c 1858|p96.htm#i7318|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93|Durana (?)|b. c 1825|p7.htm#i7311|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1858 M. C. Edwards was born circa 1858 at Mulberry Twp., Franklin County, AR, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

M. D. Edwards1

F, #7319, b. circa April 1860

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Mother*Durana (?)1 b. c 1825
M. D. Edwards|b. c Apr 1860|p96.htm#i7319|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93|Durana (?)|b. c 1825|p7.htm#i7311|||||||||||||

Birth*circa April 1860 M. D. Edwards was born circa April 1860 at Mulberry Twp., Franklin County, AR, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

Margaret Edwards1

F, #5028, b. circa 1480

ChartsGreg Lamberson's Pedigree

Birth*circa 1480 Margaret Edwards was born circa 1480 at England.1 
Marriage* She married John Branch, son of John Branch and Avise (?).1 
Married Name Her married name was Branch.1 

Family

John Branch b. c 1466, d. 1521
Child

Citations

  1. [S38] "Extracted records from numerous Elam Researchers", various web sites, Beverly Himes Barger of Bosque Farms, NM Cassie Elam (e-mail address, http://members.aol.com/VA1607/ , http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~celam/), to unknown recipient (unknown recipient address); Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Elam Researchers."

Mary Edwards1

F, #7314, b. circa 1847

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Mother*Durana (?)1 b. c 1825
Mary Edwards|b. c 1847|p96.htm#i7314|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93|Durana (?)|b. c 1825|p7.htm#i7311|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1847 Mary Edwards was born circa 1847 at AR, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 300 household 300.

Mary Edwards1

F, #12259

Marriage* Mary Edwards married Warren Beeth.1 
Married Name Her married name was Beeth.1 

Family

Warren Beeth
Child

Citations

  1. [S363] Unknown record type: unknown subject, by unknown photographer; unknown series; unknown repository, unknown repository address. Online http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/; unknown file name, death certificate of John Porter Beeth.

S. E. Edwards1

F, #7317, b. circa 1855

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Mother*Durana (?)1 b. c 1825
S. E. Edwards|b. c 1855|p96.htm#i7317|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93|Durana (?)|b. c 1825|p7.htm#i7311|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1855 S. E. Edwards was born circa 1855 at Mulberry Twp., Franklin County, AR, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

Sarah J. Edwards1,2

F, #7315, b. circa 1849

Father*Amasa Edwards1 b. c 1815
Mother*Durana (?)1 b. c 1825
Sarah J. Edwards|b. c 1849|p96.htm#i7315|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93|Durana (?)|b. c 1825|p7.htm#i7311|||||||||||||

Birth*circa 1849 Sarah J. Edwards was born circa 1849 at Franklin County, AR, US.1 

Citations

  1. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 300 household 300.
  2. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR dwelling 522 household 498.

Sevilla Marcel Edwards1

F, #1468, b. 20 October 1918, d. 28 August 1981

Name Variation  Sevilla Marcel Edwards was also known as Snooks Edwards.1 
Birth*20 October 1918 She was born on 20 October 1918 at East St. Louis, St. Clair County, IL, US.1 
Marriage*1 May 1948 She married Denver Halden Blaylock, son of Floyd Elmer Blaylock and Zora B. Turnbow, on 1 May 1948 at Moweaqua, Shelby County, IL, US.1 
Married Name Her married name was Blaylock.1 
Death*28 August 1981 Sevilla Marcel Edwards died on 28 August 1981 at Decatur, Macon County, IL, US, at age 62.1 

Family

Denver Halden Blaylock b. 5 Dec 1924, d. 22 Dec 1975

Citations

  1. [S191] 220 Blackburn, DuQuoin, IL 62832 Sheryl Stowers, compiler, "WRIGHT GEDCOM From Sheryl Stowers"; Ancestral File (20 May 1997), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Wright Gedcom."

Tabitha Edwards1

F, #92, b. March 1839, d. after 1910

Father*Amasa Edwards2 b. c 1815
Tabitha Edwards|b. Mar 1839\nd. a 1910|p96.htm#i92|Amasa Edwards|b. c 1815|p96.htm#i93||||||||||||||||

Birth*March 1839 Tabitha Edwards was born in March 1839 at IL, US.1,3 
Marriage*7 October 1857 She married George Washington Reeves, son of William Reeves Jr. and Letitia (?), on 7 October 1857 at Franklin County, AR, US.1,4 
Married Name7 October 1857  As of 7 October 1857,her married name was Reeves.1,4 
Married Namebetween 1870 and 1876  As of between 1870 and 1876,her married name was Evans.5 
Marriage*between 1870 and 1876 Tabitha Edwards married (?) Evens (Evans) between 1870 and 1876.5 
Census*1900 Tabitha Edwards appeared on the census of 1900 at Walker Twp., Franklin County, AR, US; 6 children born to this woman, 2 living (1 was William Raford Reeves, unsure who the second was).6 
Death*after 1910 She died after 1910 at Mulberry Twp., Franklin County, AR, US.1 

Family 1

George Washington Reeves b. c 1829, d. b 1876
Marriage*7 October 1857 She married George Washington Reeves, son of William Reeves Jr. and Letitia (?), on 7 October 1857 at Franklin County, AR, US.1,4 
Children

Family 2

(?) Evens (Evans)
Marriage*between 1870 and 1876 Tabitha Edwards married (?) Evens (Evans) between 1870 and 1876.5 
Child

Citations

  1. [S83] Unknown compiler, 1910 Federal Census Online (n.p.: n.pub.), Reeves, Tabitha, mother, F, W, 77, widowed, 6 children, 2 living, b. IL, fb. MO, mb. IL, speaks English, no occupation.
  2. [S196] US Census Bureau, 1850 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Amasa EDWARD 35 M W Farmer !00 Tenn.
    Durana " 25 F W IL
    Tabitha " 12 F W IL.
  3. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), states Mar., 1839. Copy in records, hard to read.
  4. [S45] Franklin Co., AR, Marriage Records: Reaves, G. W., 28 & (no name) Edwards, 18, Oct 7, 1857 by W. J. Stafford, L.E. p. 174 (index - Tabbitha Edwards), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as Franklin Co., AR, Marriage Records.
  5. [S40] US Census Bureau, 1880 Online Census Images (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Mulberry Twp., Franklin Co., AR page 761B (household of Tabitha Evens, widowed mother). Hereinafter cited as 1880 Online Census.
  6. [S89] US Census Bureau, 1900 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Walker Twp., Franklin Co., AR household of William R. Reeves pages 141A-141B.
  7. [S214] US Census Bureau, 1860 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com).
  8. [S88] US Census Bureau, 1870 Federal Census Online (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com), Photocopy of microfilm.
  9. [S83] Unknown compiler, 1910 Federal Census Online (n.p.: n.pub.), William J. is head of household.
  10. [S251] Virginia M. Howell, "Ancestry of Eliza Jane Reeves 1819-1884", The Reeves Registry Vol. 2 #2 (March, 1994). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestry of Eliza Reeves."

Karen Sue Ehrat1

F, #6902

Father*Leslie Ehrat1
Mother*June Cook1 b. 18 Jul 1920, d. 6 Jul 1952
Karen Sue Ehrat||p96.htm#i6902|Leslie Ehrat||p96.htm#i6901|June Cook|b. 18 Jul 1920\nd. 6 Jul 1952|p68.htm#i6900|||||||Perle W. Cook|b. c 1879|p69.htm#i5965|Georgiana Kelley|b. 15 Feb 1883\nd. 10 Mar 1950|p154.htm#i5957|

Citations

  1. [S253] Darrel La Mar Wakley, compiler, "Carroll Information from Darrel La Mar Wakley"; Ancestral File (27 September, 2004), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Carroll Info from Darrel Wakley."

Leslie Ehrat1

M, #6901

ChartsDescendants of Raford Carroll
Descendants of Raford Carroll

Marriage*13 April 1941 Leslie Ehrat married June Cook, daughter of Perle W. Cook and Georgiana Kelley, on 13 April 1941.1 

Family

June Cook b. 18 Jul 1920, d. 6 Jul 1952

Citations

  1. [S253] Darrel La Mar Wakley, compiler, "Carroll Information from Darrel La Mar Wakley"; Ancestral File (27 September, 2004), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Carroll Info from Darrel Wakley."

(?) Ehret1

M, #6454

Marriage* (?) Ehret married Joyce Lamberson, daughter of Marion Kenneth Lamberson and Alma Suzzie Wheeler.1 

Family

Joyce Lamberson

Citations

  1. [S236] Various (see source file notes), Hannibal Courier-Post, Hannibal, MO, Obituary of Truman Lamberson 3 Jan., 2000.. Hereinafter cited as Hannibal Courier-Post.

George Eick1

M, #15473

Father*George Eick1
George Eick||p96.htm#i15473|George Eick||p96.htm#i15474||||||||||||||||

Marriage* George Eick married Elizabeth Lammason, daughter of Conrad Lammason and Elizabeth Hoffman.1 

Family

Elizabeth Lammason

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.

George Eick1

M, #15474

Citations

  1. [S520] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, compiler, The Early Germans of New Jersey: their history, churches and genealogies (Dover, N.J.; and Baltimore, MD: unknown; and Genealogical Publishing Co., 1895; reprinted 1969, 1982, 1999, 2000), pp. 445,446. Hereinafter cited as Early Germans of New Jersey.

Claryce Eide1

F, #13996, d. 1938

Note* Claryce Eide see-www web-span.com/master/johnl.htm--
See Book 'Lambertson's & Allied Families' by: Mary B. Shannon - a copy is in my files(pg 66).1 
Birth* She was born.1 
Death*1938 She died in 1938.1 

Family

Edwin M Lambertson b. 29 Aug 1902, d. 16 Jun 1989

Citations

  1. [S497] Sally Lamberson Ungeheier, compiler, "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier"; Ancestral File (c 2006), Gregory Sean Lamberson, 12223 E. Meadows Dr., Mount Vernon, Jefferson, IL, US. Hereinafter cited as "Lambertson Research of Sally Ungeheier."

Trottesdotter Eka1

F, #12743

Father*Trotter Pettersson Eka1 d. b 1364
Mother*Ingegärd Johansdotter1 d. a 1390
Trottesdotter Eka||p96.htm#i12743|Trotter Pettersson Eka|d. b 1364|p97.htm#i12746|Ingegärd Johansdotter|d. a 1390|p148.htm#i12744|Peter (?)||p21.htm#i12772||||Riddare and Judge Johan Magnusson|d. a 1340|p200.htm#i12745||||

ChartsGreg Lamberson's Pedigree
Charles Peter Anderson's Ancestors

Marriage* Trottesdotter Eka married Judge Lars Björnsson.1 

Family

Judge Lars Björnsson d. a 1383
Child

Citations

  1. [S222] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Royal Genealogies, Various"; Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "Royal Genealogies."
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