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[NI00003] Leslie was not allowed to go to school until he was 10, because he was needed to help on the farm while his sisters went to school.
When he did enroll in 1909, his family had just purchased land in Volga.
His father, Albert bought 100 acres from H.E. Knox for $1200. Four hundred dollars cash and two installments of $400 to be paid in the next two years.
Leslie completed high school by the time he was 15 around 1914.
Leslie was known to be painfully shy. One time when he was around 5, the local minister came by to give silver coins to the Harrington children. When he asked where Leslie was, he was told Leslie was hiding under the house. The minister went down in front of the porch and waved the coin to entice Leslie out. Even though Leslie's eyes grew as big as the coin itself, he never did come out to get it.
When fields were plowed with horses, farmers had to take a wide swing at the corners of their property leaving a section at each corner unplowed. Albert told Leslie he could have the corners to hand till and make money off the produce. He worked those plots and one that was doing particularly well was near the road. As he was working on it one day, two of his sisters and their two girl friends came by on horseback and called to him. He was so shy that he ducked his head and began to hoe furiously in his patch. After they passed by he realized he had chopped up his whole patch to ribbons.
Leslie and and equally shy friend, got up the courage one day to ask two girls to go riding with them. They rode for a while and stopped at an old barn to rest. As they sat in the shade, Leslie spotted a cat nearby scratching behind its ear with its back leg. He turned to one of the girls and said "I bet you can't do that". As they all turned to look at the cat it was then licking its posterior. Leslie was so embarrassed that he jumped on his horse and galloped all the way back home.
He served with the Mexican Border Patrol in 1916-1917.
He taught school in Crockett, Texas, but, being a young man, disliked the fact that teachers were not allowed to drink or smoke. He had to hide under a bridge so none of the townspeople would see him. He ended up going on to Sam Houston State to pursue his education.
He had to leave just prior to completing his degree, because his father became ill and he was needed on the farm.
The Harrington's farmed cotton, corn and their own food as well as raising hogs.
By 1930, Mahala had purchased 3 lots in nearby Weldon. Her youngest son, Newman, was to run a local store. It is unclear whether it was a store prior to this. There is still a store on those same lots today.
With the depression, cotton farming lost its profits. When Albert died in 1934, it is speculated that Mahala moved into Weldon to be near her daughter Nell and son Newman. she lived in a home there until her death in 1958.
Leslie was finally free to go his own way.
He went to Houston and got his first job as a street car operator. However, his employers soon found out that he had a hearing loss in one ear and let him go, claiming he would not be able to hear the traffic.
Around this time, Leslie met Magnolia Burnice Aurther Lee Butler from a little town called Evergreen near Baytown.
"Arthur Lee", as she was known, married Leslie when she was just 17.
Leslie got a job at Humble Oil as a refinery worker where he stayed for 18 years getting himself promoted to a position where he regulated the gages in the huge plant. While working at Humble Oil, he played on their baseball team from 1929 to 1930. He had his little finger split about an inch down from catching a fast ball. It eventually healed, but the split remained. He was a real baseball fan.
After 18 years, he retired and ran a gas station with his wife (about 1943).
A few times, he shut down the gas station for the weekend and went up to Arkansas to visit relatives. We don't know who he was visiting, but we know there are Harrington's up there.

1920 Houston County Census shows Harrington, Leslie Age: 23 Living alone as a boarder at A.H. Streetman's house. No city was listed

[NI00006] Came to Texas as a young man.
Was a farmer in Gilmer, Upshur County.
Moved to Freeport in the 1940's looking for work.
Ended up in Channelview painting ships for Brown's shipyard in Northshore.
Herman was almost illiterate. He started school, but in the 2nd grade was not applying himself, so his father pulled him out and had him work on the farm. His parents could read and write, however. Margie remembers many days spent reading together with her grandmother Mary Russell.

[NI00011] Divorced 3/31/1987

[NI00017] Bill served in the Vietnam War from 1968 to 1972.
Bill's Story as told to me over the years:
He was raised in a rural area of San Bernadino, California. His mother was a nurse who worked in nursing homes for over 20 years. Bill only attained an 8th grade education. He said his father taught him to be a mechanic by taking an old car and completely dismantling the engine and then telling Bill to put it back together again. Although Eldon was divorced from Hazel when Bill was quite young, he continued a relationship with his father who always lived nearby. Bill's discharge papers listed an address 2 blocks away from where his father was living in 1972. Bill's mother apparently had several marriages/relationships. The last one, when Bill was about 16, was to a Hispanic man who brought several children of his own. Bill claims he had 2 younger sisters. Bill left home because of this and went to live with his best friend and his family. Shortly after he signed up for Vietnam and became a cook in the army. He served for 3 1/2 years as verified by his service record. He was awarded several awards for overseas service.

[NI00018] Family members said he died after killing a hog. He had been out in the yard and administered several blows with a large hammer, came into the house and said he didn't feel well and was going to lie down. He died shortly thereafter.

1930 Census, Albert lists his father born in NC and mother in VA. I think that he may have heard his father mention that their family was originally from NC (Albert's grandfather) and that may have been where his misconception came in.
I'm not sure where the info about his mother came in. Trinity County history has her birthplace as NC. Needs checking.

[NI00021] Maggie and her husband, Jeff, both chewed "Garrett's" tobacco and enjoyed quilting together.
Jefff worked at the Huntsville prison, partly the Ellis Unit.

Source: Cindy Hyde Stendebach

"Grandma was a gentle giant. She was a survivor. She stood strong when faced with adversity and never complained. She was kind and loving. She could touch you and you could feel the love. I never once heard her say an unkind word about anyone. She would always tell me "if you can't say something nice, then don't open your mouth because you very well might put your foot in it". Grandma went to church every time the doors were open unless she was very ill. I can only remember hearing her say a bad word one time. I was about 9 years old and we were at the local Piggly Wiggly store in Huntsville. She had on open toe shoes that day and when she reached up to get a large can of peaches, she accidentally knocked off another can. This can landed on her second toe. Blood was going everywhere and of course the toe was broken. When the can hit her toe she hollered out "damn, damn, triple damn, hell". I can remember just standing there with my mouth open. I couldn't believe my eyes or my ears. Certainly that profanity hadn't come from Grandma's mouth. That was the one and only time I every heard a bad word. "



Thurs. Jan. 23, 1973
Mrs. Maggie Mae Gardner
Mrs. Maggie Mae Gardner, 82, of 1323 Avenue J. Huntsville, passed away Monday, Jan. 22, inthe Huntsville Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gardner, a native of Trinity County, was a member of the Church of Christ. She had lived in Huntsville for 33 years. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Church of Christ in Huntsville, with Mr. Ron Goodman officiating. Graveside services were held at 5 p.m. in the Weldon Cemetery. Survivors include two son, Raymond Gardner of Huntsville and Benford Gardner of Blomington; two daughters, Mrs. ?Alma Hyde of Huntsville and Mrs. Beatrice Hyde of Houston; two brothers, Archer and Newman Herrington, both of Houston; adn two sisters, Mrs. Dollie Sturrock of Woodville and Mrs. Neel Small of Houston. Waller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[NI00022] In 1915, Dollie was put on a train to go off to business school. She hopped off the train at the next stop and ran off with Leo Goodrum to get married. She is remembered as a free spirited young woman. Dollie then moved "up the road a piece" with her children and started a real estate business which she became very successful with. She ended up remarrying and living in the Woodville area.

There are several stories in the "Strolling through Volga" book, as she is remembers by her peers when she went to school there.

Dollie's daughter, Eloise, married and had a child. She was picking up her husband from the docks where he worked on day, when she stopped to pick up 3 hitchhikers. They turned out to be recently paroled inmates from Huntsville, who wanted her car. They ended up killing her and dumping her body. There was a trial and Dollie requested that the men not get the death penalty. Dollie raised her granddaughter to adulthood and her granddaughter took care of Dolly in her old age.

Basil also died young.

When Dollie died she left her property to Coot and her granddaughter.

Harris County Deaths
Sturrock, Dolly 14-Feb-1986 F

[NI00023] ARCHIE L HARRINGTON Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 460-01-9991 Residence:
Born 23 Dec 1901 Last Benefit:
Died 9 Nov 1990 Issued: TX (Before 1951)

[NI00024] As written by Mary Nell Bollman:
"Nell (mother) was a full time homemaker. Her family was her full time job. She sewed, cleaned, canned and fixed many, many meals for her family as well as all the people who came to visit and stayed from 1 day to several weeks at a time. All friends and family found her always ready for company.
She was a devout Christian all her life and was instrumental in leading Earl (Daddy) as well as all her children to become Christians. As a result all her children and grandchildren and two great grandchildren (at this time) are Christians. Whe lived a long and busy and happy life."

[NI00025] Harold was always known as Newman.
He ran the store in Weldon in 1934 and took care of all of his mother's financial affairs after Albert passed away.
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Many thanks for the information on the Harrington's. My wife, Ruth,
Well, remembers Newman when he had the store in Weldon as her family traded there regularly. Ruth says she thinks his wife's name was Gladys.

We haven't been to a Reunion in a number of years but since 1970 have gone every year a week or too prior to the meeting to clean the graves on our family members.

Ruth lived in Weldon from about 1923 until she finished high school in 1937 and moved to Huntsville to attend Sam Houston State Teachers College. She and I met there and were married in Newport, R. I. in 1942.

Her family lived in Weldon until 1947, at which time they moved to Trinity and in 1967 moved to Beaumont.

Many thanks, Again.

Charles

[NI00030] Source: Cindy Hyde Stendebech

"Grandma and Granddad (Jeff and Maggie) were two very special people. Yes, Grandma loved her "Garrett's" snuff and Granddad was quite fond of his "Bull of the Woods" tobacco. I grew up dodging "spit cans". "

"Granddad didn't say a lot but he definitely had his opinions. He had no trouble telling anyone "how the cow ate the cabbage". Granddad worked for the Texas Department of Corrections for 19 years. First at the Eastham Farm in Lovelady and then for a short time at the Walls Unit in Huntsville. He was a very prejudiced man. He was very quick to tell anyone that he had no use for republicans or blacks (he did not use the word "blacks"). He was so adamant about his feelings towards blacks that he gave up his pension. As I mentioned above, he worked for TDC for 19 years. He could have retired after 20. One day he went to work and TDC had hired a black man to work at the same unit as Granddad. He turned around, turned in his time card, walked out the front gate and never looked back. Needless to say, I have many family stories."

[NI00034] Thursday, Oct. 14, 1971
Leo Bergman Goodrum
Mr. Leo Bergman Goodrum, 78, of Box 282, Weldon, died early Wednesday, Oct. 6, in Trinity Memorial Hospital, after an extended illness. Mr. Goodrum was born Oct. 6, 1893. He was a lifetime resident of Houston County, and a retired employee of the Texas Prison System. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7, in the Callaway Memorial Chapel, with Rev. Walter Byers and Rev. John Goodrum officiating. Interment was in the Weldon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Roland Goodrum, Willard Johnson Jr., Kenny Johnson, Craig Hawthorne, Chris Phillips and Randall Maples. Survivors include the wife, Mrs. Evelyn Goodrum of Weldon; a daughter, Mrs. Annie Johnson of Hearne; three sons, Leon R. and Earl B. Goodrum, both of Houston; and Basil Goodrum of the U. S. Army; three sisters, Ida Clements, Stacia Reed, and Becky Harrelson, all of Huntsville; two brothers, John Robert and Lon Goodrum, both of Houston; 16 grandchildren; and six great grandchildren. Callaway Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[NI00035] Murdered by escaped convicts.

Thank you letty for your reply. I will fill you in as best I can from what I
remember, I'am not sure about the exact dates
A bank was robbed in Sour Lake by a "Red" golman. He was caught in his
mothers barn and was shot there. My father was in the posse,
His younger brother "darius" wanted revenge for Red's death so he and a man
from louisiana decided to rob the same bank. But did not have a car. So they
were thumbing a ride to steal a car and cloise gave them a lift to her
death. She was on her way to woodville to visit her mom and kids. She was
found along side the highway shot. But not molested in anyway according to
the reports. They only wanted the car, I will say that it caused a big
uproar in the state of texas,
Golman and the other man was caught caseing the bank and went to trial.
"Golman about 21 yrs old" got the chair and the other man got life. He was
later released and died later.
I remember going to the trial with my father. I don't think I will ever
forget those days,
I hope I have shed a little light on this for you. I'm doing some geneology
work on my family so I feel for you and the job you have ahead. If I can
help anymore please ask,
O Frazier

[NI00036] ????
James GOODRUM
Birth Date: 20 Mar 1918
Death Date: 18 Jun 1995
Social Security Number: 465-12-8579
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Texas

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 90201
Localities: Bell, Los Angeles, California
Bell Gardens, Los Angeles, California
Cudahy, Los Angeles, California


father's 1971 obit said "son...Basil Goodrum of the US Army"

[NI00037] not mentioned in his father's 1971 obit like his brother, Basil. But family history says Dolly left her land to Coot and Karen and she didn't die until 1986???

???
Social Security Death Index Record
about C. Goodrum
Name: C. Goodrum
SSN: 451-30-3782
Born: 16 Mar 1926
Died: 15 Jul 1987
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI00042] 1841-Jefferson County Court Minutes
"State of Arkansas
vs
Allen Harrington
Elisha Frazier
William Brent being sworn on oath states that he saw Allen S. Harrington and Elisha Frazier play cards for money at the game called poker at Anthony Rowzy's corn crib. Mr Rouzy was present but had no hand in the game.

Witnesses:
Josiah Sharp Joseph Currin
John McKenzie Bane McCall
William Brent Jeamon Ranson
Anthony Rowsey

A true bill

I, Louis Refeld clerk of the Grand Jurors do hereby certify that the aforegoing is true minute of the proceedings had before this body the 6th of Oct. 1841."


1850 Census Trinity County lists his land value at $500 - Farmer
1851 Trinity County Tax List - 356 acres of land, 14 horses, 9 head of cattle, oxen Total Value $2,828
1870 Census Trinity County lists his land value at $360 and his personal value at $200

Trinity County Deed Records
D/R C Page 529
June 15, 1877
"...that I, A.S. Harrington, of the aforesaid state and county, in consideration of the sum of ($150.00) One hundred and fifty Dollars, to me in hand paid by A.B. Harrington" This tract of land was 10 acres and was part of the Guadalupe Sosa league situated about 2 miles east of the Trinity River. Witnesses were Thomas McCole and Elmira Harrington. Interesting note: This exact same tract of land was sold by A.B. and Elmira to a J.A. Johnston on Nov. 23, 1877 for the same amount of money.

Trinity County Deed Records
D/R C Page 237/238
Feb. 6, 1871
"That we, A.S. Harrington and Absolena Harrington, wife of the said A.S. Harrington, residents of the said County of Trinity and State of Texas, in consideration of the sum of ($2000) Two thousand dollars, to us in hand paid by W.M. Gibson, also a resident of said County and State..." "which tract of land was conveyed to the said A.S. Harrington by A.G. Teas and Ann Eliza Teas by deed of conveyance, bearing date of the 27th of August, A.D. 1851..." This land was 200 acres located about 1/2 mile from the town of Trinidad and 1/2 mile from the Trinity River. This was the first piece of land Allen purchased in Texas in 1851.

1930 U.S. Federal Census • Texas • Houston • Lovelady • District 12
In this census his 72 yr old daughter, Cora, listed his birthplace as Mississippi?
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1830 Richland Twp Census AR

Asa Mason * 1--0--0--0--0--2--0--0--0--0 1--2--0--0--1--0--0--0--0--0.
Allen Harrington 0--0--0--0--1--0--0--0--0--0 0--0--0--0--1--0--0--0--0--0.
Wm. P. Hackett* 2--1--0--1--0--2--0--0--0--0 1--1--0--0--0--1--0--0--0--0.
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Records of the Barclay family indicate that Sarah McKenzie, Clarissa's sister settled in Woodville, Tyler Co. This is where Bird was born in 1848. It is possible that this was either a stop over for Allen & Clarissa to visit her twin sister, or perhaps they intended to settle here. Lacy McKenzie, her father, and Henry Barclay her sister's brother-in-law had gone on to Houston County 5 or so years earlier. This is probably why Allen ended up in Houston/Trinity County. Since he is in the 1850 census, it's possible that he left Clarissa behind in Tyler with the children while he set up the farm...She was there with the children by 1854.

[NI00046] Cora Elizabeth (Bettie) Ramey applied for a Confederate Pension for John Milton's service in the Civil War.
Her nephew, Nan (sp on first letter not clear) Ralston, b. November 1895 in Texas was living with the Ramey's in 1900. We assume her sister, Cynthia Jane, who married Richard Ralston possibly died. There is no record of young Ralston in 1910.

Death certificate states that she lived in Lovelady for 12 years (1926 - 1938).

Cause of death labor pneumonia. Age at death 77 years, 11 mths, 21 days. Physician Jos. M. Lowenstein. Undertaker R.B. Mainer. Informant Abbie Watkins (daughter). Stated Mrs. Bettie Ramey died in her own home that she was renting in Lovelady.

There is an unmarked grave in Thomas Patterson's lot. Houston County Cemetery Book says it is a Mrs. ____ with no dates, but it does say grandmother of Arthur. This very well could be Cora Elizabeth McCarthy Ramey.

[NI00048] Trinity County Marriage Book 1

Harrington, Syntha Rallston, Richard 411 21 Jan 1883 Russell, J. M.

[NI00049] Bounty Land Grants of Texas
For Service between 1835 - 1846
Lists:
Conley, Preston
1st Regt Texan Volunteers, San Jacinto, Co. Edward Burleson in Command
Under Billingsly, Jesse
Enlistment Apr. 21, 1836

Conley John C.
1 Regt 2nd Brigade Texas Army, Col. J.H. Milroy in Command
Under Hays, William Rufus C.
Enlistment Apr. 11, 1836

Conley, Thomas H. under Winn, James C.


All three received Donation and Bounty Land Grants



Connally Family History: Ran away from home to fight in the Texas Revolution. Served in Company C, First Regt. of Texan Volunteers and participated in the Battle of San Jacinto, 21 Apr 1836. His name (misspelled Conlee) is inscribed on the San Jacinto monument near Houston. He was awarded a land grant for his services.
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Connally John L. W M 60 . . . X . . Farmer . . . . . . . . . . Alabama Va Va .
57 15 . . 235 239 Connally Joyce W F 51 . Wife . X . . Keeping house . . . . . . . . . . Tennessee Va Va .
57 16 . . 235 239 Connally William W M 23 . Son X . . . Farmer . . . . . . . . . . Texas Ala Tenn .
57 17 . . 235 239 Connally Lucy B. W F 17 . Daughter X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas Ala Tenn .
57 18 . . 235 239 Connally Edmund G. W M 14 . Son X . . . At Home . . . . . . . X . . Texas Ala Tenn .
57 19 . . 235 239 Connally Robert Burris W M 11 . Son X . . . At Home . . . . . . . X . . Texas Ala Tenn .
57 20 . . 235 239 Connally Preston W M 62 . Brother X . . . Horse Trainer . . . . .

Inhabitants of Precinct Number One, Hays County Texas June 1880. Enumerated by Calvert Watkins
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Texas Land Title Abstracts Record
about Preston Connally
Grantee: Preston Connally
Certificate: 15
Patentee: Preston Connally
Patent Date: 15 Jan 1862
Acres: 320
District: Houston
County: Trinity
File: 583
Patent #: 319
Patent Volume: 35
Class: Hou. 3rd.

[NI00050] Name: John C Conley
Age in 1910: 56
Estimated Birth Year: 1853
Birthplace: Texas
Home in 1910: 4-PCT, HOUSTON, Texas
Race: White
Gender: Male
Series: T624
Roll: 1565
Part: 2
Page: 205B
Year: 1910

[NI00053] John Moore moved with his family from Virigina to North Carolina to Tennessee to Groveton in early 1851.

John received a 320 acre land grant from the State of Texas, the John W. Moore Survey, Abstract No. 272 on Mossey Creek in Trinity County.

Known as Uncle Johnny Moore and had a long beard.

Buried with his first wife.

The markers are no longer there.

Trinity County Marriage Book 1:
Moore, Jno. W. Stewart, Nancy 389 22 Oct 1882 by Davis, W. W.

[NI00061] Hanged for not serving in the Confederacy

[NI00062] Hanged for not serving in the confederacy

[NI00063] Her children lived at Howe. Hisaw. Tiskhoma and Citra, Okalhoma

[NI00066] She married her dead sister's husband.
Her children live at Reydon, Ashland and Howe, Oklahoma

Living with her father, single in 1880

[NI00067] possibility...........Posted on Ogden Genforum

I am searching for information on the family of Rev. Benjamin Ogden, born c1765 in NC and died in 1838, Union Co AR. He lived in Wake Co NC in the early 1790s, married Susannah Moore there about 1793-1794. He moved to Montgomery Co NC about 1799, then left there and went to Stewart Co TN about 1811. He sold his farm there in 1816 and moved to what is now southwestern AR, then Missouri Territory, and settled in Hempstead County. This area became Union Co AR in 1829.
Benjamin's farm was near present-day El Dorado, Union Co AR. He left numerous descendents there; I have information on most of them, including sons Isaac Ogden (1797-1859) and Stanley Ogden (1799-1872).

Who were Benjamin's parents? I have been unable to locate any proof as to who his parents were. The name "Isaac" in his family should be a clue, for this name is common among the Ogdens of New Hanover Co NC. However, I cannot find a link there to my Benjamin Ogden.

[NI00068] I don't know much more about Sarah other than her marriage to John Frazier.
Their daughter, Rosella Elizabeth Frazier was my great great grandmother. Do
you know anything more about John Moore's second wife Nancy Stewart? I
haven't been able to find anything. I'm also at a loss for information
regarding Sarah Moore's second marriage to Mr. Lee. That's the only
information I have and it's based on the back of a photo of Sarah. All it
says is "Sarah Frazier on her wedding day to her second husband Mr. Lee."


Karen Storms

[NI00069] I thought Sarah Madera Moore middle name was spell Madora. One of my dad sister was name after her. I will give you the information from what I have received from my dad and his sisters. As you mention you only had Rosella Elizabeth and Sanford Gibbs down on the Frazier side.
Also, will you correct me on John Scarion Frazier. I thought his middle name is spell Skiron.
I thought John was born in Dublin, Ireland and came to the U.S. with 2 of his brother Lewis and William. They said that he was 6 years old when he came to the U.S. and lives in Virginia with one of his brother. I notice that you have him born in Virginia.

Here is what I have on the Fraziers:

John Skiron Frazier married Sarah Madora Moore
Their children:
1. John William Frazier (b: 22 Oct 1878 d: 12 Oct 1962), who is the oldest and is my grandpa. He married Maude Crouch my grandma.
2. Thomas Henry or Clifton Frazier (b: 9 Apr 1880), not sure about the middle name. Married to Fanny
3. Rosella [Rose] Elizabeth Frazier (b: 13 Jul 1882) who married John Storm
4. Mary Jane Josephine Frazier (I AM NOT SURE ABOUT THIS PERSON) Cause dad didn't mention her name.
5. Stanford Gibbs Frazier (b: 14 Jun 1886) who was a Methodist minister.
6. Sarah Virginia [Sally] Frazier (b: 22 Apr 1888 d: 26 Sep 1970) who married Henry Midgley. My dad called her Aunt Sally.

John William Frazier and Maude Crouch had ten children 5 boys and 5 girls. If you want me to give you that information, let me know.

I appreciate all the information that you have given me and I want to thank-you letting me use your website. Look like you have been working on this family tree for a very long time. I just started doing my searching last November and which I had done this when my dad oldest sister was living or even when my grandpa Frazier was still living. I still have three aunts that are still living and the oldest will be 94 years old in May and the youngest is of the family will be 77 years old. I had some help with her. My dad is still living and he will be 91 years old in June.

Barbara J. Frazier
Email 3/3/2003
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FRAZIER, JOHN
State: TX Year: 1860
County: Trinity County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Sumpter P.O. Page: 341
Database: TX 1860 Federal Census Index

[NI00070] John and his wife owned a lot of property in Wilkes, Washinton and Franklin Counties, Georgia during the 1780's and early 1790's. John was a major in the Franklin County Militia Regiment during this time. He was one of the largest land grantees of public land in Franklin County and served as a representative from this county to the General Assembly of Georgia in 1788.
In 1794, John signed a power of attorney over to a Thomas Harrington in Georgia who was an attorney.
He then moved his family to Kentucky.
There are further deed records showing John's property sold after 1794, with Thomas' signature for John and Agnes Harrington of Kentucky.
It is thought that the family lived in Lincoln (now Livingston) County in Kentucky. Allen S. was born here.
It is supposed that Agnes may have died here, since there is no record of her after Kentucky.
There is a record of a John and Drury Harrington both living in Livingston County in the Federal Census of 1810 Kentucky.
By 1814, John had moved his family to Arkansas County, Arkansas Territory near the Jefferson County line on the Arkansas River.
On November 15, 0824 a treaty between the United States and the Quapaw Nation of Indians was signed at the Harrington homestead.
John died on his farm on August 29, 1829. (Native American Indian Treaty Library)

show 1816 Territory Tax List for Arkansas County, Missouri Territory
From:

GONE TO GEORGIA
Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and their Neighbors in the Western Migration
Compiled and with an Introduction by William C. Stewart
National Genealogical Society 1965

Page 204

"152 Cyrus (?) Harrington 000100-10100-0

John and Thomas Harrington (also spelled Herenton) were living in Wilkes County by 1784, possibly earlier, and both were taxed 1785 in Walker's district, near Thomas Shannon, whose will was witnessed in 1793 by Drury Harrington. By Oct. 10, 1787, John was a resident of Franklin County, and sold 287-1/2 acres in Washington County. In 1820, Drury, James and Wiley A. were enumerated in Hall County, among a number of others in Georgia. A Drury was in Union District, S.C., with John, in 1790, and in Henry County, Ga., in 1827. (See pension papers of Drury, N.C., S 6969. Etc.) Joseph Herrington, a Revolutionary soldier aged 77, was enumerated in Gwinnett County in 1840. The name of the man enumerated in Gwinnett in 1820 cannot be read with certainty, might be Joseph instead of Cyrus."


From:

MILITARY CERTIFICATES OF GEORGIA 1776-1800
Georgia Department of Archives
Pg. 5

"Arrington, John Soldier, Ga. Cont. Line"


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COURTS: Book A, 1804, Extracts - Livingston Co

Livingston County Court Order Book A, 1804
Tuesday The 3rd January 1804, p. 277--
On motion of Robert CALDWELL ordered that he be permitted to
remove his certificate for 400 Acres of land No. 742 satisfactory
proof being made to the court that it was entered on appropriated
land.

No. 824 John HARRINGTON 200 Acres
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1823 SHERIFF'S CENSUS, ARKANSAS COUNTY
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP - MISSOURI TERRITORY

Alcorn, Robert
Barraque, Antoine
Boyce, George W.
Cook, George
Currin, Widow
Dardenne, Joseph
Davis, Samuel
Deaderick, John G.
Grayson, Benjamin
Harrington, Alfred
Harrington, Bartley
Harrington, John
King, Wigton
Mason, Asa
Morrison, William
Rigney, William
Runkles, Frederick
Taylor, Archibald
Waters, Samuel
Williams, William M.
Young, James


MAJ. JOHN HARRINGTON - The Quapaw Treaty was signed 15 Nov 1824 at Maj. John Harrington's place on the north bank of the Arkansas River near Pine Bluff.

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*Tuesday, April 23, 1828 Vol. IX – No. 17 – Whole No. 433

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the Post Office at Arkansas, A.T. on the
31st March 1828

*Maj. J. Harrington
Wm. Harrington
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A List of Delinquents

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Arkansas Gazette December 20, 1820

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In the County of Arkansas, for the years 1819 and 1820, on the
Territorial and County Tax Lists
*John Harrington, Sen*
Benjamin Kuykendall

Tuesday, May 8, 1827
Vol. VIII – No. 19 – Whole No. 383
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Name: JOHN HARRINGTON
Company: SMITH'S COMMAND, GEORGIA VOLS.
Rank - Induction: PRIVATE
Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE
Roll Box: 92
Roll Exct: 602

[NI00071] ????
Chatham County Record of Estates1782-1799,
Vol. 1, pg. 21, 21 a
NC State Archives Film # C.022.5001

Will of William Ashford - 1 March, 1784 In the name of god amen this first day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Four. (1784)



I William Ashford of the State of North Carolina and County of Chatham, being very sick of Body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God for the same, and calling to mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing that it is appointed for all men, once to Die. I do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament



Viz : First of all I give and bequeath to my son John Ashford all my Land joining Edmund Woddle, William Hill, Agnus Harrington and John Minters Lines which is first of all a Tract bought from Charles Clanton by Agnus Harrington by Estimation one hundred and seventy five acres be the same more or less to his only use and behoof his heirs and assigns forever.



Continued: and I do hereby constitute and appoint my friend Thomas Harrington my only and sole Executor of this my last will & Testament and further I do give and bequeath unto my Daughter Sary Ashford one Sorrell Mair branded thus MR on the near shoulder and likewise I do bequeath all the rest of my worldly good to Thomas Harrington which is on bey mair branded thus HR on the shoulder and yearling colt and every other creature of any kind Likewise all and every one of my utensils that is my property rattifying this and not other to be my Last Will Testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Day & year above written.



In presence of Joseph Martin, Rebekah Martin



signed William Ashford (his mark "A") {seal}



Proved in open court Nov. Sessions 1784 by the oath of Joseph Martin A Copy Test. John Ramsey C.C.

[NI00072] 1850 Census Arkansas Co, Arkansas
PG_NO DWL_ LINE
06 13 13
LAST_NAME FIRST_NAME AGE SEX BIRTH_PL NOTE
Johnson Louis H. 24 M N.C. b. c1826 Farmer
Johnson Druscilla 18 F Arkansas
Johnson George 1 M Arkansas
Harrington John **** 60 M Kentucky b. c1790 Farmer
Harrington Angelina 13 F Arkansas b. c1837
Harrington Elizabeth 4 F Arkansas b. c1846

I'm not sure if this is John, Jr., but the compelling circumstance is that living next door to this family in 1850 was Allen Smith Harrington, John, Jr.'s nephew and Allen Smith ended up in 1860 living in Burleson County, Texas with an "Owens" family. John Jr.'s in-laws were Owens'. Coincidence???
Were these children of John's? He was married in 1814, so if these are some of his children they were born when he was 42, 47 and 56. Did he remarry or are these Lucy's children?

14 35 35
Harrington A. S. 33 M Arkansas b. c 1817 Farmer $1600
Harrington Lydia 19 F Kentucky
Harrington Jackson 2 M Arkansas b. c1848 (Andrew Jackson)

Also, this Allen Smith does not appear on any of our records. Is this John's son. We have an Allen Smith as Bartley's son born in 1877? This could be our missing John and his family. The dates appear to be correct and substantiate the fact the John Jr. married in Kentucky, but went with his father to AR and settled with his wife instead of with the rest of the Harringtons.

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Kentucky
Livingston County


Harrington Owins, John Lucy
Spouse: Harrington, John
Owins, Lucy Marriage Date: 21 Nov 1813

[NI00073]
Bartley served in the Legislative Council of the Arkansas Legislature and the Arkansas Territorial Militia.

Bartley died in the Steamboat Arkansas on it's last trip from New Orleans to Little Rock.
His Executrix was a Louisa Harrington.


Following info extracted from "A Topographical Description and History of Arkansas County, AR 1541 - 1875" by W.H. Halli Burton

Bartley was defeated for the legislature in Arkansas County in 1819 by William Trimble. Eight men ran for the seats. Both Bartley and Harold Stilwell, had been in the territory longer than the other, considered almost natives, having been there since boyhood, and were considered strong candidates.

May 1821, Bartley was appointed judge of election for Richland Township, Arkansas County and the election was to be held at Bartley's house.

July 1823, Bartley was appointed judge of election for Richland Township, Arkansas County and the election was to be held at the house of Mrs. Curren. (Note: Bartley was married to Louisa Currin. This could be her parents' house)

1823 - The population of Richland township was 142.

November 15, 1824, treaty between the Quapaw Indians who owned and occupied a district of country in Arkansas county south of the Arkansas River. Treaty was signed at the home of Bartley Harrington (Maj. John's homestead).

Aug. 1825 - Bartley elected as delegate to the council (Territorial Legislature) winning with 79 votes against his opponents's, James H. Lucas, 55.

1836 - Elections again were held for Old River Township in the home of Louisa Harrington (Bartley died in 1834).

Extracted from "Arkansas Territorial Papers"

Aug. 5, 1828 - Bartley Harrington resigned as Magistrate


NOTE: 1823 Sheriff's Census of Arkansas County, Richland Township, Missouri Territory lists a "Widow Currin" This could be Louisa or her mother.[Brøderbund Family Archive #255, Ed. 1, Land Records AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI 1790-1907, Date of Import: Jul 16, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.255.1.26784.12]

Patentee Name: Harrington, Bartley C.
Accession Number: AR0060__.313
State: Arkansas
Volume: 60
Page: 313
Document Number: 3516
Land Office: Little Rock
Aliquot Part Reference: NWNE
Section Number: 17
Township: 1 South
Range: 14 West
Meridian/Survey Area: Fifth Principal Meridian
Act/Treaty Authorizing Sale: Sale-Cash Entries
Date Signed: Oct 11, 1839
Acreage: 40.00

Signed: Yes, the document on file at the BLM contains a signature.

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The Election

Arkansas Gazette

November 20, 1819

* *

An election is held today thro’ out the Territory of Arkansas, to elect
one Delegate to Congress; and for the election also, of one Member of
the Legislative Council, and two Members of the House of Representatives
to represent each county in the First Legislature of this territory. The
following gentlemen are candidates. –

For Delegate to Congress: James W. Bates, Robert F. Slanghter, Petty
Wallis, Alex S. Walker, Henry Cassidy.

Arkansas County for the Legislative Council: Sam C. Roane, Sylvanus
Philips, Frederic Notrebe.

<>For the House of Representatives: William Craig, William O. Allen,
Richmond Peeler, William Trimble, *Bartley Harrington*, Harold
Stillwell, Robert McKay, W.B.R. Horner.

[NI00074] I'm not sure if all of these children were born to Alfred's second wife. It is possible the first two were his first wife's Polly. They were listed together on the 1850 Census.
1850 Tax List for Plum Bayou Township, Jefferson County.

ALFRED HARRINGTON - He was born c1794 in Georgia.

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1860 Slave Schedules

Alfred Harrington Plum Bayon, Jefferson, Arkansas

Slave Information

Age Gender Race View
Census

35 Female Black
32 Male Mulatto
25 Female Black
22 Male Black
20 Female Black
17 Male Black
13 Male Black
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1850 Slave Schedules
Alfred Harrington Plum Bayou, Jefferson, Arkansas

Slave Information

Age Gender Race View
Census

40 Male Black
24 Female Black
23 Male Mulatto
23 Male Black
3 Female Black

[NI00076] 1830 AR census shows her living alone with 3 sons between 5 and 10 and one son under 5. Page 209, Vaugine Township

1840 Census shows her living alone with 3 sons between 15 and 20, two males between 5 and 10, one male under 5 and one female under 5 in Bolivar Township (it only says E. Kuykendahl)

[NI00077] Shows a Lemuel and James Currin in the 1816 Territory Tax List, Arkansas County, Missouri Territory (one of these be her father?)

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Tuesday Evening, February 4, 1823 Vol. IV No. 7 ---- Whole No. 163
List of Letters Remaining in the Post Office at Arkansas, Ark. on the
31st December 1822, which if not taken out within three months, will be
sent to the General Post Office, as dead letters.
*Lucy Harrington
_________________________________________________________________*

*Tuesday Evening, August 5, 1823 Vol. IV No. 33 ---- Whole No. 189
LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Little Rock, A.T. on the
1st July, 1823, which, if not taken out within three months, will be
sent to the General Post Office, as dead letters.
*Harrington, Bartley
Harrington, Lucy

[NI00078] I could hardly wait to get home. I finally made it to Clayton today. I
had written down the info you had sent me. In a book "Lawrence County,
Alabama Early Marriages 1825-1854" I found the 2 marriages you had
mentioned. In there in lhad McLinza, Sarah to Bailey, Robert and
McKenza, Clarrissa to RIchards, Milbery. Okay, so far what you had said.
But!!!! in a book "Marriages and Divorces of Arkansas, Vol. I 1808-1830"
guess what I found?
On page 19 -
Richards, Melburn, and Clara (McKinsey) Richards (Acts 1829-55
On page 7 -
Harrington, Allan, to Clarissa McKenzie, 2-14-1830, Jefferson Co.(MR
!-1). Allen Harrington, to Miss Clarissa McKinzie, both of Arkansas Co.
2-14, Jefferson Co. (AG3-2-1830.
Way back then a divorce! That seems to back up the weird spelling for
Sarah.
I also found in "Old Land Records of Lawrence County, alabama land record
for Walter Barclay, one sale dated 18 Dec. 1832. Milton McQuinn was also
mentioned.

Celeste
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Republic Claims (Texas)

McKinzie, Clarissa PE N/A 228 607 610
McKinzie, Clarissa PE N/A McKinzie, P. A. 228 608 610

[NI00080] Lacy lived with his half brother, Albert, in Volga, Texas in his senior years.
Ms. Louise Adams Fulsom remembers going over to the Harrington's homestead with her cousin to visit Dollie and Nell. Mr. Lacy opened the door and the girls (teenagers) introduced themselves. He shook each Louise's hand and the her cousin's. After shaking her cousin's hand, he grinned and said "You work!" He gestured towards Louise and said "I like girl's that work. You don't work!". Louise realized that he was judging the smoothess/roughness of their hands. She later learned that he was blind.
Lacy was listed in "The History of Trinity" as residing in Groveton in 1865.
He bought and sold land between his brother, A.B. Bird, and half brother, Allen. The deed records are full of transactions between June 29, 1868 and Oct. 28, 1896 for property in and around Trinity.
Since he lived with Albert in Volga and Louise knew him as a teenager (b. 1910), it is estimated that he died around 1925.
In the 1850 Census of Texas, his grandfather's household is listed as follows:

Lacy McKenzie 76 Virginia
Fleming " 49 Kentucky
Martha " 29 Georgia
Lacy " 22 Arkansas


1860 Trinity County Census in Pennington listed a Lacie Harrington and wife Sarah at ages 24 and 25.
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1860 U.S. Census • Texas • Trinity • Slave Schedules (says owned by Lacy Arrington & 2 others)
48 yr B M
8 yr B M
5 yr B M
3 yr B M
21 yr B F
19 yr B F
15 yr B M

2 Slave houses
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1900 Trinity County Census Pct. 1

Harrington Lacy b. May 1837 AR 63
Mrs. Sarah b. Oct. 1838 MISS 62
Dawson Miss L. b. Mar 1877 TX 23 (relationship in "N")
Jint Willie b. not rec TX 14 Ward

Found Lacy listed as a Private in Civil War under Captain D.A. Nunn. He also was in the Index of Applications for Texas Confederate Pensions. He was in Company I, Fourth Regiment Texas Cavalry. AKA the 4th Regiment of Texas Mounted Volunteers. Also, his regiment was assigned to Sibley's Brigade. This regiment fought in
Val Verde, New Mexico Feb. 21, 1862
Glorietta Pass, New Mexico March 28, 1862
Galveston, Texas January 1, 1863
Ft. Bisland, Louisiana April 12-13, 1863
The rest of the engagements were in Louisiana. The fought until May 18, 1864, but many of the men deserted on March 4, 1865.

In the 1870's, Lacy donated some land for the Chalk Cemetery located in Kittrell, Walker County, about 5 miles south of Weldon. Historical marker on the sight has Lacy's name on it.

Trinity County Deed Records
D/R D Page 146/147
Lacy Harrington and Wife Sarah A. Harrington paid "one horse and four head of cattle, valued at One hundred and twenty dollars, and one note bearing even date with these presents, for one hundred and thirty dollars, payable on the first day of January, A.D. one thousand eight hundred and seventy..." This parcel of land began at the mouth of a branch of the Trinity River known as Rick's Spring Branch and contained 362 1/2 acres. This land was purchased from J.R. Roach.

At the time of his death in 1924, Lacy was listed as living near Trinity with a V.M. Jordan who is listed him as her uncle by marriage. His wife obviously predeceased him.

Lacy signed his pension application with an X. Could not write.
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Texas Land Title Abstracts
Viewing records 1-2 of 2 Matches



District: Houston
County: Trinity
Grantee: Lacy Harrington
Acres: 160
Class: Hou. Pre.
File: 37
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District: Montgomery
County: Walker
Grantee: Lacy Harrington
Patentee: Lacy Harrington
Patent Date: 26 Oct 1875
Patent #: 286
Patent Volume: 3
Acres: 160
Class: Mont. Pre.
File: 90
(This is probably the land that he donated part of for the cemetery)


LACY HARRINGTON L. HARRINGTON 289
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[NI00082] Her husband, James Moore is the brother of Absolena who Albert (Missouria's half brother) married.

????????
JAMES LAWRENCE SMITH, b. March 14, 1858, Searcy, White, Arkansas; d. May 11, 1943; m. MISSOURI HARRINGTON.

[NI00083] Trinity County Deed Records
D/R B Page 692/693
"That we, the undersigned A.B. Harington and Elmira Harington, wife of A.B. Harington of the County and State aforesaid...for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred dollars, to us in hand paid by John E. English, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledge..."
This was a parcel of land on the waters of Piney Creek about 18 miles north of the town of Sumpter. Signed the 12th day of Feb. 1877.
Interesting note: this land was originally surveyed by a William Riddle. This must have been a relative of his wife. Her maiden name was Riddle.

Trinity County Deed Records
D/R C Page 530/531
June, 15, 1877
"That I, A.S. Harrington of the aforesais State Can County, in consideration of the sum of ($150.00) one hundred and fifty dollars, to me in hand paid by A.B. Harrington..." This was a tract of land near the Trinity River that Bird bought from his father. Elmira and Thomas McCole witnessed it. Below is the sale of this same piece of land.

Trinity County Deed Records
D/R C page 530/531
Nov. 23, 1877
"..That I, Mrs. A.B. Harrington, of the aforesaid state and county inc consideration of the sum of ($150) one hundred and fifty dollars to me in hand paid by J.A. Johnston..." Witnessed by Luke Ashworth, Wm Chamber, A.B. Harrington, Jr. Interesting note: The witness A.B. Harrington, Jr. must have been her husband. Does the Jr. indicate that his name was Allen?

1900 AR Census, Franklin, Little River County, AR Vol. 22 ED 76 SH 21 Line 49
A.B's household is as follows:

Harrington AB b. Feb. 1848 TX 60
Harrington Lucy b. Jan 1875 AR Wife 25
Harrington, John b. May 1884 TX Son 16
Harrington, Jim b. Aug. 1889 TX Son 10
Buster, Hettie b. Dec. 1891 TX GD 8
Buster, Floyd b. Jan. 1895 TX GS 5

[NI00085] Mathew moved out to Mason County, Texas in 1897 in an effort to improve his wife's health. She died there around 1900 and he moved back to trinity county in 1903.

He served in the 28th Regiment Texas Cavalry, aslo known as the 1st Regiment Texas Lancers of Randalls Regiment during the Civil War.

1880 Trinity County Census shows the childrens names wrong here is actual listing with spelling:

Johnston Mathew 50 LA Farmer
Winnerford 50
Imo 23
Dottie H. 16
Mahala L. 13
Robert L. 11 Farm Laborer
Mary E. 7

[NI00096] Robert was granted his land patent in 1872, the R.I. Johnston Grant, Walker County.
The Johnstons moved back and forth across the boundaries of Houstn, Walker and Trinity Counties.

[NI00115] Isaac and Phebe lived in St. Landry and Rapides Parishes , Louisiana. He farmed and raised stock. In 1848 Isaac and his brother, David, and their families made their way into Texas, settling in the part of Houston County that became Trinity County in 1850 and then Walker County in 1858. The area they settled in is between the present day towns of Trinity and Weldon known as the "Kittrell Cutoff".
During the 1860's, Isaac and his two sons, Mathew and Robert, all applied for 160 acre grants in this area. While the sons received their's, it is not known whether Isaac received one.

[NI00118] Henry Isaac Johnston migrated to Louisian during the late 1780's.

[NI00120] Manuel coame to Louisiana as a sargeant in the Spanish Militia in 1765.

[NI00121] Marie was an Acadian widow that found her way to Louisiana via Baltimore

[NI00134] Delwyn Wayne's birth certificate lists him as "Barney Joe Russell". The story is that when he was born, his mother was a little groggy, so when the nurse asked what the child's name was for her records, Sam Russell said it would be Barney Joe (after another member of the community "Old Man" Latch). Tula was really angry about that and decided to name him Delwyn Wayne instead. The original birth certificate was never changed.

Del forged a birth certificate when he was a teenager and backdated it 3 years so he could work. He went off to Dallas and regulary kept in touch with the family. After not hearing from him for several weeks, Tula, sure that something was wrong, sent Herman to Dallas to investigate. Herman found his young son in the throes of homesickness, so took him back to Upshur County with him.

[NI00137] Age 2/12
He swallowed a nail and his lung became abscessed with the infection. No one knew that he had swallowed the nail.
They took him to Gilmer hospital and took Xrays. The nail did not show up so they sent them home.
Johnny continued to get worse, so they were told to take him to a Dallas hospital.
In Dallas, with better equipment than Gilmer, they saw the nail. Unfortunately, it was too late.

[NI00138] Name
RUSSELL,FREDDIE LYNN License number
000354029
Address
HWY 29 WEST/PO BOX 511 DOB
Apr 2 1943 Class

City/Zip
BUCHANAN DAM 78609 Gender
Male Race
White
Height
511 Weight
220 Eye color
Brown Hair
Brown
Last transaction date
May 1 2000 Last transaction
Renewal
Above information as provided by state - below is our annotations
Address (click to find others)
PO Box 511 City/State/Zip (click to find others)
Buchanan Dam , TX 78609-0511

[NI00141] Mary went by the surname Lang.
There were 9 children of "an old doctor" Lang and their mother, back in Alabama.
The reason Sam and Mary (Lang) Russell moved to Texas is that her remarried mother (King) had already moved out here with her new husband and 5 children.
Herman Russell thought his mother's maiden name was something other than Lang, but Mary's brother went by Lang.

Uncle Herman was correct. My grandmother's maiden name was not originally "Lang". It was "Jordan". I think her mother was married to a "Jordan" prior to marrying a "Lang". Contributed by Alice Russell Berry


Mary spent many days reading with her granddaughter, Margie Nell Russell, in Gilmer, Texas. She liked the "trashy" novels.

In addition to the trashy novels, my grandmother, Mary Adeline, read authentic literature. My father, Earl Russell, fondly recalled sitting at her feet as a child listening to her read "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens. Contributed by Alice Russell Berry

[NI00142] 1900 Marshall County, Alabama Census
Listed Mary as 15 years old and they were living next door to Mary's mother and her new husband, John King.
1910 Marshall County, Alabama Census
Also living with Sam and Mary is her little brother, Boyd Lang. who was 13 at the time.
Since their son, Tom D., was born in Texas in 1905 and then they came back, Boyd could have come back with them if the Kings/Langs had already left for Texas.
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Margie's memories of her grandfather:

Gary Cooper type, didn't talk much
Worried about not having an income in the early depression
Grown boys to run the farm
Sam took Herman and other boys to Tyler to work picking cotton.
Did seasonal work to supplement the farm. Took his wife and the whole family once to West Texas and rented a house while they worked.
Took off to Oklahoma without the boys for 2 years. Never sent a letter or contacted the family the entire time he was gone.
One day, Granny was outside and looked across the field and saw a man walking towards her. "Well, there's Old Man Russell" she is reported to have said, seeing her husband for the first time in 2 years.
Bedridden for his last 10 years with arthritis. Refused to see a doctor or use a wheelchair. Stayed in his room. Used a cane for a while. Aunt Myrt lived with him at times. He used the cane to rap it when he needed something.
Later years, great-grandchildren loved the peppermints he stashed near his bed for them. "He made a sweet ol man" said his son, Herman.
Sam used to sing old folk songs to his great grandchildren on the front porch.
Myrt took care of Uncle Willie also. She split her time between the two, but stayed mostly with her father. Willie had a heart problem. Finally, Willie gave up waiting for her and moved in with Myrt & her father.
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Obituary

Sam D. Russell, 87, of Latch Community, died Jan. 18 in the McGee Hospital at New Boston.
Mr. Russell was born in Alabama, but had lived here about 45 years.
Survivors include six sons; H.B., Sam, Cecil, and Earl, all of Houston, Jack, New Boston and Raymond of Gilmer; a daughter, Myrtle Maberry of Gilmer; 2 brothers, John Russell, Huntland, Tenn., Arthur Russell, Idell, Texas; 24 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at Croley Chapel Thursday at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Hopewell Cemetery.

[NI00146] Dale Curtis Ryan Michael Kyle Matthew Joseph
David William Paul
DOB: 23-Jun-80 DOB: 23-Jun-80 DOB: 14-Aug-83 DOB:
25-Feb-86
B: Winnipeg B: Winnipeg B: Calgary
B: Winnipeg

Mike Marge Petrash
DOB: 30-Apr-61 DOB: 27-Jun-61
B: Winnipeg B: Vita, Manitoba
Married: 06-Nov-82 (in Calgary)

Dmytro (Ukrainian for Matthew) Petrash
Sonia Dawydiuk
DOB: 06-Apr-1925 DOB:
13-Jun-32
B: Sundown, Manitoba B:
Arbaka, Manitoba
Married: 26-Jul-52
DOD: 23-Jul-88

I assume you have all the info. for our side. I think Marge's brother,
Randy, has a tree for the Petrash family that goes back a number of
generations starting in the Ukraine. If you want that, let me know and I'll
see what I can do.

Mike

[NI00161] Eldon appears to have been the only child of his parents.
In the 1920 Michigan census he, at 10 years old, is the only child living with his parents who are then 31 and 42.
They do have boarders living with them in 1920:

King, Judd Age 45 MI
Lambert, Roy Age 28 PA
Shepherd, Milton Age 50 MI

None of these appear to be relatives, so they must have been renting rooms.
They lived on West Kearsly St. in Flint, Michigan.

"Harold's cousin Eldon Hart, lived in the cotage next to Aunt Anna and Uncle
Charlie Hart. Eldon's parents had died and Aunt Anna and Uncle Charlie had
taken Eldon to live with them on Chevrolet Avenue. Eldon married a pretty
little French-Canadian girl and they rented the cottage which belonged to
Uncle Charlie."
I just talked with my sister Irene and she reminded me of this passage. She
also recalled that mom had told her that she had been told that Eldon's
mother, Jane Wright, had gone crazy and had either killed his father, Royal
Edwin, or attempted to kill him and herself, but that they both died in 1923.
Royal is buried in the family plot in Flushing Cemetery but they would not
allow Jane to be buried with him..... could be a very true story. "
Source: Theodore Loop - TLoop10507@aol.com - June 4, 2001

Listed as a glass cutter on his marriage license in 1929.

Eldon applied for a SSN in Parsons, KS November 30, 1936. It listed his employer as C.J. List Construction Company and Eldon's address as 1714 Clark St. Parsons, KS. It says he was registered with the US Employment Service #1850-4021. Listed his parents as Edwin Royal Hart and Jane Wright and his birth date and place.

Perris Valley Cemetery
Hart, Eldon, b. Jan 24, 1909, d. Jul 29, 1973, Sec/Row K2

[NI00162] Riverside National Cemetery
Riverside, Riverside County, California

Andersen, Hazel Irene, b. 12/07/1925, d. 02/15/1992, US Army, PFC, Res: Hemet, CA, Plot: 20A 0 2903, bur. 02/20/1992


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The Press Enterprise Wednesday, February 19, 1992.

Hemet

Hazel Andersen


Funeral Services for Hazel Irene Andersen, 66, of Hemet will be at 2 p.m. today at Miller-Jones Mortuary Chapel in Hemet. She died of a heart attack Saturday at Hemet Valley Medical Center. Burial will be in Riverside National Cemetery.

Mrs. Andersen, who was born in Harbor City, lived in Hemet 16 years. She was a licensed vocational nurse.

She is survived by two sons, Richard Lee Hart and Steven Duane Gustafson, both of San Jacinto; two daughters, Ethel Rebecca Pace and Sonya Diane Nielsen, both of Las Vegas; a stepdaughter, Terri Sue Grip of Tucson, Ariz; her mother, Dosha Hurst of Perris, seven grandchildren; a brother, Albert Taylor of Tacoma Wash.; and a sister, Mary Lee Crouse of Moreno Valley.


???????

Steve Gustafson
45265 Amberleaf Way
Temecula, CA 92592
951-302-1174

[NI00163] Royal Edwin was living with his parent sin Mt. Morris in 1900, when he was 21.
His grandfather, Erastus Packard was also living with them. He was 91 yrs old.
Edwin married once in 1902 and then to Jane Wright in 1904. His marriage certificate states that he was living in Mt. Morris still at this time and he was a farmer.
Listed as a carpenter on 1910 Census Flint Twp, Genesee County, MI.
Shows his marriage to Jane as his second marriage, he owned his home, but had a mortgage.

By 1920, they had 3 boarders living with them.

"Harold's cousin Eldon Hart, lived in the cotage next to Aunt Anna and Uncle
Charlie Hart. Eldon's parents had died and Aunt Anna and Uncle Charlie had
taken Eldon to live with them on Chevrolet Avenue. Eldon married a pretty
little French-Canadian girl and they rented the cottage which belonged to
Uncle Charlie."
I just talked with my sister Irene and she reminded me of this passage. She
also recalled that mom had told her that she had been told that Eldon's
mother, Jane Wright, had gone crazy and had either killed his father, Royal
Edwin, or attempted to kill him and herself, but that they both died in 1923.
Royal is buried in the family plot in Flushing Cemetery but they would not
allow Jane to be buried with him..... could be a very true story. "
Source: Theodore Loop - TLoop10507@aol.com - June 4, 2001

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THE FLINT DAILY JOURNAL

Friday, Aug. 17, 1923

JEALOUS MAN KILLS WIFE AND SELF
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FATAL SHOOTING AFTER QUARREL AT DINNER TABLE
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Visit of Wife to Home of Friends Leads to Tragic Event on South Side.
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Leaving the dinner table after a quarrel with his wife at 7:30 last night Edward Hart (sic), 45 years old, killed his wife Jennie, 35 years old, by shooting her three times with a revolver and then turned the weapon against his own chest and shot again, dying instantly. The tragedy occurred in a house on Red Arrow-st, near the Atherton-rd, where the Harts occupied an upstairs apartment.

Jealousy Cause, Say Relatives.

Relatives of Hart today ascribed the fatal shootings as the outcome of a brooding jealousy on the part of the husband, extending over a period years.
Henry D. Daly, a brother-in-law of the Harts, and his wife, who occupy the lower apartment of the house, first heard the shots.
Mrs. Daly ran to the foot of the stairway leading to the upstairs just as the first three shots were fired in time to see her sister, Jennie Hart, leap from over the banister and fall dead on the porch at the bottom, just outside of the house.

Neighbors Call Police.

A moment later the fourth shot rang out. Neighbors who had heard the shots sent in an ambulance call to police headquarters. Detectives who rushed to the scene discovered the woman lying on the porch.
Breaking through a door at the head of the stairs they discovered Hart lying stretched on the floor, his shirt still smouldering near a bullet wound in the chest.
Three bullet wounds in the body of the wife showed that she had been shot once through the left arm, once through the breast and once in the back.

Note Indicates Premeditation.

A note in a pocket of the husband's clothing, giving his clock number at the Fisher Body Co. plant where he was employed and asking that his son Eldon be given all his pay led police to believe today that Hart may have planned the shooting.
Hart, according to relatives' statements today, had always been of a jealous disposition which had resulted in frequent quarrels with his wife. At times, it is said, he would quarrel with her when she would seek the companionship of other women at the noon hour when both husband and wife worked together in the Fisher body plant.
Some time ago Mrs. Royal Hart, mother of the dead man, purchased a farm for him and gave it to the family for their use. The farming enterprise did not turn out a success, relatives say, and since that time Hart's jealousies and brooding had been accentuated.

Quarrel Over Visit.

Last night's quarrel is said to have arisen over the fact that Mrs. Hart spent part of the day at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Palmer, who live nearby.
From the appearance of the table it is believed that the meal had hardly begun when the quarrel culminating in the tragedy occurred. On Hart's place at the table was a freshly poured cup of tea and on his wife's plate a partly eaten slice of bread. The remainder of the food was untouched.

Son Spared Tragedy View.

Eldon Hart the 14-year-old son and only other member of the family left home shortly before the shooting to go down the road and bring home the family automobile which had been stalled there a short time before.
After a time he succeeded in getting the engine started and the car headed for home. On his way home he passed the police ambulance which was bearing the bodies of his father and mother to the Jennings-Algoe morgue on the order of the coroner.
Curious, he inquired of the police what the trouble was. They, not knowing he was the son did not answer him. When he reached home neighbors broke the news to him.

Former Flushing Residents.

The Harts were both former residents of Flushing and came to Flint but a short time ago. Both were natives of Genesee-co and had lived in this county all their lives.
Hart is survived by his mother, Mrs. Royal Hart of Flushing, a brother, Charles Hart, 516 Wilcox-st, Flint, and a sister.
Mrs. Hart leaves her mother, Mrs. D. Wright of Montrose, three sisters, Mrs. David Smith, New Lothrop, Mrs. Nettie Hicks, Clio, and Mrs. Henry Daly, Flint.
Funeral arrangements had not been completed late today.

Hart Used Assumed Name.

The Fisher Body Co. informed the Journal at noon that Hart was employed there under the name of B.A. Mann. It was reported that the reason for his using the assumed name was because he had become despondent over his wife's extravagance and had contemplated disappearing. By using some name other than his own, he figured that it would be easier to disappear, fellow workmen claim he told them.
As he was leaving work in the afternoon, the watchman reported that Hart remarked to him about have "a nice wife but she spends too much money," adding that she had spent $2,200 he had saved.
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From: Flushing Sesquicentennial P. 86
"1918-Four autos stored in the Hart garage at 90 E. Main are destroyed by fire; building and contents nearly a total loss; the cars belonged to R.E. Hart, Elmer Vernon, Clyde Arnold and George Leland-with only Hart's insured."
(note: only Hart's insured?????hmmmmmmm)
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[NI00164] She is buried in the Wright family plot with her father and mother.

[NI00165] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William WRIGHT Self M Male W 24 CAN Farmer ENG ENG
Ida J. WRIGHT Wife M Female W 23 MI Keeping House MI MI
Leonard W. WRIGHT Son S Male W 2 MI CAN MI
William HULBERT Other W Male W 75 NY Farmer SC VT


Source Information:
Census Place Montrose, Genesee, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254579
NA Film Number T9-0579
Page Number 333C

[NI00168] Royal Hazen was named after his mother's, Hannah Preston, two brothers.

There was a Royal Hart from Sharon, VT drafted for the Civil War. He never served, but was paid $300 for being on reserve.

1910 Flushing Twp, Genesee County, MI
listed Royal and Almira living alone with Royal's sister, Hannah Hart Loop, a widow, a few doors down and also Hannah's inlaws, Spellman and Emma Loop.

Royal was listed as having 2 marriages. (had to be before Almira!)
Almira was listed as having 1 and they had both been married for 44 years.
As an occupation Royal listed "own income", so I guess they were retired.
Almira listed 4 children with 3 living. Lucilia must have died bef 1910 since the rest were known alive.

Royal died of Arterio Sclerosis at age 78, 6mos., 11 days. Listed his occupation as farmer.

Source: Flushing Sesquicentennial History Vol. 1, 1985 Page 206/207
Royal, Hannah, their two small daughters and Hannah's parents came by ox team to Flushing in 1874 and resided on Seymour Road.
Contributed by: Mrs. Grace Loop


Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Royal H. HART Self M Male W 42 VT Farmer CT NH
Almyra M. HART Wife M Female W 32 VT Keep House NH NH
Lucelia A. HART Dau S Female W 13 VT At Home VT VT
Hannah A. HART Dau S Female W 10 VT At School VT VT
Royal E. HART Son S Male W 1 MI VT VT


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Source Information:
Census Place Maple Grove, Saginaw, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254601
NA Film Number T9-0601
Page Number 2D

[NI00169] Living with son Charles and family on 1930 census in Flint, Michigan. Listed as widow.

[NI00170] Source: HISTORY OF GENESEE COUNTY, TEXAS pg. 268

"Among the first settler in the township (Flushing) was a man named Terbush, who located down the river from the present village, on a stream called "Cold Creek", where he built a log shanty and lived for six or eight years. This was on the farm at present occupied by Erastus Packard. Simeon M. Smith lived upon it sfter Terbush had removed, and died there."

Source: FLUSHING SESQUICENTENNIAL HISTORY VOL. 3 1998 PAGE 283

"By the late 1830's, Erastus and Hannah crossed the Connecticut River to Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont where their first child, Alonzo, was born in 1839. After a time, they relocated in the village of South Royalton. In 1842, Erastus bought the Dana-West farm and their second child, Almira was born there in 1848. Erastus worked hard on this farm of over fifty acres of oats. Their daughter, Almira, married at age sixteen to Roayl Hazen Hart. They had four children: Two daughters, Lucilia and Hannah, born in Vermont and two sons, Royal and Charles, born in Michigan. In 1874, Erastus and Hannah with their family (their granddaughters, Lucilia and Hannah, were ages eight and five) made the journey to Michigan by ox team. Yoked oxen played an important part in travel for they were dependable and capable of traveling over rough terrain. It was not a very comfortable trip as they slowly plodded over the trails. Erastus' uncles, Origin, Ashael and Thomas had preceded them to Flushing in 1841. Erastus and Hannah settled in Flushing, where he died August 31, 1904 and Hannah died November 7, 1888. Both are buried in Flushing Cemetery.
By: Grace Loop"



Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Eratus PACKARD Self M Male W 73 NH Farmer NH NH
Hannah PACKARD Wife M Female W 65 VT Keeping House VT VT


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Source Information:
Census Place Flushing, Genesee, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254579
NA Film Number T9-0579
Page Number 238B

[NI00174] Title: History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Author: Nahum Mitchell
Publication: Kidder & Wright; Boston, 1840, reprint by Heritage Books, Inc., 1983.
Repository:
Call Number: 974.4
Media: Book
Page: p. 259


Sources:
Title: My Packard & Hayden Ancestors
Author: Elizabeth Corson
Publication: published on line by Elizabeth Corson, downloaded Nov. 2000
Repository:
Note: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/gri-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=epackard
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Text: Date of Import: Nov 4, 2000

[NI00175] After her husband died, she went on to Flushing with her son Thomas and his family and died there.

[NI00178] Sources:
Title: History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Author: Nahum Mitchell
Publication: Kidder & Wright; Boston, 1840, reprint by Heritage Books, Inc., 1983.
Repository:
Call Number: 974.4
Media: Book
Page: p. 255, 259
Text: Nathaniel Packard went to Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, V. 16, Part 1: Family of John Alden
Author: Compiled by Esther Littlefield Woodworth-Barnes
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1999
Repository:
Call Number: 929.2
Media: Book
Page: p. 359

[NI00180] Title: History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Author: Nahum Mitchell
Publication: Kidder & Wright; Boston, 1840, reprint by Heritage Books, Inc., 1983.
Repository:
Call Number: 974.4
Media: Book
Page: p. 259

[NI00181] Title: History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
Author: Nahum Mitchell
Publication: Kidder & Wright; Boston, 1840, reprint by Heritage Books, Inc., 1983.
Repository:
Call Number: 974.4
Media: Book
Page: p. 253, 255, 298

Sources:
Title: Robert Vernon Packard
Publication: Keeper Kard in Packard's Progress Vol 35, page 22
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Newspaper
Page: Volume 35, page 4

[NI00185] Source: Elizabeth Corson, Rootsweb

Packard's Progress says his will dated June 5, 1721 and probated March 12, 1723 devises only personalities----deeded to son, Samuel 1719----to sons Zachariah, George, and Fearnot April 25, 1720.

One source of information says that Nathaniel probably married a daughter of John Kingman. I think he married Lydia Smith and I have listed her as wife and mother of the children.

Sources:
Title: Robert Vernon Packard
Publication: Keeper Kard in Packard's Progress Vol 35, page 22
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Newspaper
Page: vol 17
Title: Paul J Macomber (S632 41a 762) of Brevard, NC
Publication: Keeper Kard in volume 36 of Packard's Progress, page 17
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Title: Robert Vernon Packard
Publication: Keeper Kard in Packard's Progress Vol 35, page 22
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Newspaper
Page: vol 17, February 1991
Title: Packard's Progress (PAFA'S newsletter)
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: vol. 39, page 21

[NI00189] FA2: Constable, Selectman, Tavern Keeper
Baptism: 17 SEP 1612 Wymondham, Suffolk, England 1

See Packard's Progress, Feb 1991, for analysis by K. S. Packard, Jr., of the birth order and marriages of Samuel and Elizabeth's children.
Birth order of Samuel's children has been established of the basis of Samuel Packard's will and Records of Baptism from Rev. Peter Hobart's Journal.

Samuel Packard, wife and child, came from Windham, near Hingham, England in the ship " Diligence" of Ipswich with John Martin as Master. There were 133 passengers. It sailed on 26 April 1638 and landed in Boston 10 August 1638. From thence he removed to West Bridgewater. He was a constable and tavern-keeper. All of this name who have gone from the Bridgewaters were probably descendants of his, and, if fact, nearly all of the name in this country can be traced to that place.

Of all of Samuel's children, John is the only one whose recorded birth date has been found, being 20 July 1655 (because July was the fifth month in the Julian calendar this has been given, mistakenly, as May).

Next paragraph is from Packard's Progress Vol. 17, Feb. 1991.

A second issue is where and when Samuel and his family lived in Massachusetts. That he first lived in Hingham and lastly in Bridgewater is generally recognized, but most accounts have him moving directly from the former to the latter. However, he moved from Hingham to Weymouth, where he was a Selectman from 1654 to 1664 and where at least two of his children were born. He was still in Hingham in 1652 when his daughter, Deliverance, was baptized, but must have moved soon thereafter. In 1664 Samuel was appointed Constable in Bridgewater, so he must have moved there by that time. Samuel was not one of the original proprietors of Bridgewater, who were all from Duxbury, but he purchased land from them before August 1662, when he was appointed to a group to lay out highways. He was an active member of the town, being Collector of Minister's Rates in 1670, Surveyor of Highways in 1672, and Constable again in 1674. He was licensed to keep an "ordinary" in 1671. He died there 7 November 1684, and his will, dated 29 October 1684, was signed by mark, helping to explain why the common misspelling of his name as Packer was not corrected earlier.

Source: Descendants of Robert Latham and Susannah Winslow, Rootsweb

Occupation: Farmer, Constable, Tavern Keeper AFT 1638 Hingham & Weymouth & Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 6 2
Occupation: appointed as constable of Bridgewater 1664 10 2
Occupation: Appointed to a jury of 12 men to lay out the highways Bridgewater, Boster, Taunton 1667 6 2
Occupation: made collector of the Minister's Rates 1670 10 2
Occupation: Licensed as a Bridgewater innkeeper 1671 10 2
Occupation: was made Surveyor of Highways for Bridgewater. 1672 10 2
Occupation: made constible of Bridgewater again 1674 10 2
PROP: Recieved a grant of land in Haverhill 1682 11 2
PROP: Recieved 2 shares of land grants from the outer lands around Bridgewater. 1683 12 2
Event: Living ABT 1653 Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
Note: He held land and was a selectman for a time. Several of the childrenwere born Weymouth, Massachusetts which may mean that Samuel livedthere for a time. 13 2
Event: Living ABT 1656 West Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts
Note: They moved to Bridgewater in about 1657. Bridgewater was later dividedup into North Bridgewater where Samuel's place was, South Bridgewaterand West Bridgewater (later Easton?). 2 6
WILL: 29 OCT 1684 Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts
Note:
SAMUEL PACKARD'S WILL; 29 Oct 1684
--- "unto my loveing wiff Elizabeth all that my farm in the towe of
Bridgewater which I now Dwell upon Containing" 36 acres "with all the
houses :ands and Meddowes belonging to the said farme, During the
tearm of her Naturall Life;" also "all my share of Meddow Lying att a
place in Bridgewater Called Bulls hole" for life; "and alsoe a; my
goods and Cattles" for life; "also L40 in money for life.
"unto Samuell Packer my eldest son" 64 acres of land in
Bridgewater "which his Dwelling house Now stands upon.... butting upon
West meddow brook on the east side of the said brooke and running east
& west"; also 25 acres of land in Bridgewater "which is not yett Layed
out"; also "one Lott of Meddow" in Bridgewater "in West meddow on the
south east syde of .... the west meeddow Brooke; also "one Lott of
Meddow" in Bridgewater "in the Great Meddow on the North east side of
the pond Joyning to the pond"
"unto my son Zacheus Packer .... the house wherein hee my said
son Zacheus Packer Dwelleth in with the Land ther-unto belonging which
is" 24 acres lying in Bridgewater; also "Lott of Meddow" in
Bridgewater "in the west meddow on the norwest syde of the brooke;
also "a Lott of 50 acres in Bridgewater by the Bay Path bonunded on
the south side by Mark Laythorpes Land'; also "one Lott of Meddow" in
Bridgewater "in the Great meddow on the southeast side of the River.
"unto my son John Packer" 70 acres in Bridgewater "on the
Eastward side of the River; alsoe ....one lott of Meddow in a Meddow
Called Poor Meddow Lying in the said Bridgewater, alsoe .... all my
lott of Land att Teticut;"
"unto my son Nathaniel Packer .... two thirds p'tes of my
aforsaid farm lying in Bridgewater which I Now Dwell upon Containing"
36 acres of land more or less "
That is to say of all the houses and Meddowes belonging to the said
farme, to enter upon it emediately after the Decease of my said wife;"

"the other third p'te of my said farme that I dwell Now upon in
the Towne of Bridgewater; that is to say one third p'te of the houses
Land & meddows belonging to the said farme I give & bequeath unto my
Grand Child Israell Agur and to his heirs.... hee or they to enter
upon it Imediately after the Decease of my said wife.
"unto my said son Nathaniell Packer.... the one halfe of my lott
of 50 acres in Bridgewater lying "Next to Joseph Bassetts lott Neare
to the pond; alsoe I Give ....unto my said Grandchild Israell Augur
and to his heirs... the other halfe of the said Lott of fifty acres of
land; to be equally Devided between the said Nathaniel Packer My son
and the said Isreal Augur; they and both of them to enter upon it
Imediatly after my Decease;"
"unto my said son Nathaniel Packer and to his heirs and assignes
for ever the one halfe of my Share of meddow in Bridgewater lying
there att a place called Bulls hole; hee or they to enter upon it
after the Decease of my said wife; alsoe I give and bequeath unto my
Grand Child Issrael Augur and to his heirs and assignes for ever, the
other halfe of my said Share of meddow lying att Said bulls hole, hee
or they to enter upon itt after the Decease of my said wife;"
"I Give and bequeath unto the said Elizabeth Packer my wife and
to her heirs and assignes for ever all my Lott Containing twenty acres
of land lying and being in Bridgewater; between the Land of Mr James
Kieth on the side and the Land of Joseph haward on the other side,
buting upon the pond Called Satuckett pond;"
"unto my fouer sones (viz) Samuell Packer Zacheus Packer John
Packer and Naathaniell Packer ; and to my Grandchild Issrael:
Auger.... all my Right & Title of Comons and Comonage which I Now have
in the Townshipp of Bridgewater to be equally divided betwixt them
them five excepting som p'ticular p'sells of land already Given by
will and are not yett Layed out and also my will is that my five
daughters Mary Phillips the wife of Richard Phillips and hannah
Randall The wife of Tho: Randell Jaell Smith the wife of John Smith
and Daborah Washburn the Wife of Samuel Washburn and Deliverance
Washburn the wife of Thomas Washburn with my Grand Child Deliverance
Augur shall have eqally Devided amongest them six all what money of
Chattles shalbe left after the Decease of my said wife Elizabeth
Packer; alsoe my will is That as Concerning my Daghter Jaell Smith the
wife of John Smith that the p'te of the Mony and Chattles above Named
that shalbe Due to my said Daughter Jaell after Deceased of my said
wife Elizabeth Packer shall not be Deliveredto the said John Smith;
but shalbe Deposed of to my said Daughter Jaell for her comfort by the
executors of my will; also my will is that my Grandchild Deliverance
Augur one bed; with such furniture to it as is now in the house; I Doe
mean a feather bed after the Decease of My said wife, Elizabeth
Packer.
"my said son Nathaniel : Packer shall pay unto my Executors
heerafter mentioned" L10 in money "when hee .... shall Come to injoy
his p'te of the farm that I have before mentioned and Given him in
this My will"
"To my two Grandchildren Samuel Packer, and Daniell Packer the
son of my son Samuell Packer, ten shillings apeece in Mony;"
"to my Grandchild issraell Packer; the son of my son Zacheus
Packer: ten shillings in Mony.
"to my Grandchild Caleb Phillipes the son of Caleb Phillipes ten
shillings in Money.
"to my Daughter Deliverance the wife of Thomas Washburn ten acres
of land in Bridgewater, "which said ten acres is agreed on by the
Towne; to lay it Conveniently to the Lott not yett layed out"
"my beloved wife Elizabeth Packer and my son Samuell Packer; to
be joynt excutors"
" I Desire that that mr james Kieth and William Brett should be
overseers to this last my last will.

Signes by
a mark

X


Witnessed;

John Fields

John Ames Jr

Shadrack Wilbore


14 2
Event: His father died & was buried nearby ar Stonham Aspel Misc 14 DEC 1623 2 6
Event: became a proprieter of the town of Hingham MA Misc AFT 1638 15 2
Event: Served by defending the town of Bridgewater in the King Phillips War Enlisted 1676 North Bridgewater, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts
Note:
Samuel was obviously too old for service (around 70), but all men that
could carry a flintlock were expected to reply when an alarm sounded.
---------------
21 Jun 1675; Indiun troubles, Known as the "King Phillips War" began.
Bridgewater residents were urged to remove to a better protected
coastal town, but they choose to stay. a stockade was built on the
south side of the river and all houses were fortified.
Fortificatioons around the meeting house were made of half trees,
seven feet high above the ground.

1676 Captain Thomas Hayward, Serg. Samuel Packard Jr and two men saw
indiuns lurking about Bridgewater and sent for help. Captain Church
delayed in coming, so 21 Bridgewater men, including Samuel Jr. and son
John Packard went out and captured 17 indiuns after a battle. No
Bridgewater men were wonded. Captain Church joined them the next day
and they captured and/or killed 173 indiuns. The prisoners were taken
to the town pound that night and an indiun guard set over them. They
were given food and drink and had a merry "night", the prisoners
laughing as loud as the soldiers.

9 Apr 1676 Indiuns burned a house and barn, plundered several houses
and killed or stole several horses and some swine.

8 May 1676; About 300 indiuns led by Tispaquin attacked the eaast end
of town and set fire to several houses, but were repelled when
Bridgewater men emerged from the garrison to defend their town. A
heavy rain shower put out the fires. The attack moved to the north
side of town wherea house and barn were burned but the indiuns were
beaten off again. a Total of 13 houses and 4 barns were burned in
Bridgewater during the war. No one in Bridgewater was killed.

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PACKARD (PACKER; PARKER).

[Transcribed by CJ McNew]

"SAMUEL, and his wife and child came from Windham, Eng., 1638, and settled in New Hingham." (Cushing's MS.). The same year he
had a grant of land in Hing. He prob. removed to Haverhill; but in 1682 owned land at Wey. [He removed from Hingham to Weymouth by 1654, and from there to Bridgewater 1664.] His
Ch., bt. in Hing., were —

i. ZACCHEUS, Apr. 20, 1651.
ii. JANE, Apr. 20, 1651.
iii. ABIGAIL, Apr. 20, 1651.
iv. DELIVERANCE, July 11, 1652.

George Lincoln History of Hingham The Online Edition Volumes II & III - Genealogy

[NI00191] Source: Elizabeth Corson, Rootsweb

It appears to be a fair inference from the records cited in Appendix B, "Packard Documentary Mentions Ante 1612," in that the parents of George Packard of Stonham Aspal were John Packard and Joan Unknown of Earl Stonham. Unfortunately a definitive record of George's birth and/or baptism and parents has not been found.

There is a record of a Marie Wyther baptized 13 Jan 1574 in Woolpit, who is believed to be the woman George married. A codicil dated 19 Aug 1652 to the will of Mary Wyther, George's wife, was recorded. Therefore it appears that George's wife lived at least 78 years. George and Marie are recorded as marrying on 27 Mar 1600 at Woolpit. From these data we deduce that Marie was about 26 years old when she married George.

We do not know George's birth date but he was probably at least as old as Marie, certainly no more than 5 years younger, and very possibly somewhat older. He presumably died in 1623 or 1624 since his oral will was dated 1 Dec 1623.

The John Packard who may have been his father left a bequest to his son George as of 31 Jul 1557. John's widow, Joan, left a bequest to her son George as of 4 May 1591 . Marie Wyther's husband George was certainly alive in 1591 and is presumably the same George alive in 1557 when John Packard died. Therefore George would have been at least 43 years old when he married Marie in 1600 and 66 years old when he died. These ages are certainly plausible.

Stonham Aspal and Earl Stonham are adjoining towns in Suffolk Co., England. A third town which adjoins both of these is Little Stonham. It was the residence of one Aaron Packard in 1588 and 1592. The wills of both John and Joan Packard leave bequests to a son Aaron. Another town, Coddenham, is just 3 or 4 miles south of the Stonhams. It was the residence in 1585 to 1604 of one Moses Packard. The wills of both John and Joan Packard leave bequests to a son Moses.

The given names John and George recur in these related families. George's son John could have been named for George's father and/or George's brother John. The brother John was mentioned in both John's and Joan's wills in 1557 and 1591 respectively, but does not have any reference to this John again, at least up to 1612. This John may have died unmarried and without issue prior to the birth of George's John in 1603. Moses had sons John and George as well as Ralph, Anthony, and Mark. George's presumed father John had a sister Margaret who married George Rowland. Our George Packard could have been named for George Rowland. John and Margaret's father was Richard Packard, a yeoman, of Earl Stonham. Richard's wife was also named Margaret.

It is possible, but to my mind highly unlikely, that there was another George of a generation between Samuel's father George and the John Packard of Earl Stonham. No record had been found of another George or any family members of an in-between generation. Given the records that have been found, it seems probable that there would be some record hinting of another in-between generation if there had been one.

I do not know if records exist of the ownership of Colman's Red House of Whitsun Greene in Stonham Aspal for the time period 1550 to 1650. If there are such records, perhaps they would show if George was the first Packard occupant or identify a hitherto unknown Packard.

George Packard, servant, is mentioned in Joan Packard's will. He could be this George. Nothing else is known about him. However it is doubtful that a servant could have achieved the position of yeoman farmer of Colman's Red House at Whitsungrene.

See also, p. 182, for K. Packard's discussion of Samuel's parents.



--Invalid Dates

Birth: Prob. Bef. 1557

Title: Richard Glen Packard of Mesa, AZ
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Title: Brigadier Joseph John Packard of London, England
Publication: In Descendants of Samuel Packard Book
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book

Source: Descendants of Robert Latham and Sarah Winslow, Rootsweb

THE WILL OF GEORGE PACKARD, 1575 - 1623
In the name of God Amen, the first day of December Anno Domine 1623,
George Packard of Stonham Aspal, in the County of Suffolk., being of
perfect mind and memory made his last Will and Testament nuncupative
in form following, viz: He did will and bequeath unto Mary Packard,
his wife all his movable goods, the paying of his debts and the
bringing up of his children and he appointed the said Mary Packard,
his wife, the executrix of his Will.
The following are witnesses: _____ Bloomfield, Robert Dennie

Sources:
Abbrev: Edson/Latham/Maddox.ged -1996
Author: CMaddox@aol.com 1996
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Lathams.ged 1980 - 2000
Title: Latham/Bullard/Mathis.ged 1980 updated regularly - last update 31 13Dec 1999
Author: Donald Robert Latham, 91 Shady Lane, Amelia, Ohio 45102
Publication: lathamdrlatham91@aol.com
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Packard.ged - 1999
Title: Packard.GED file imported on 25 Apr 1999.
Publication: arthur@cyberhighway.net
Quality: 2
Abbrev: PLLPS
Title: Have no Idea what PLLPS means, but it is a source used in Richard
Packards notes.
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Research Notes, Alan Packard's
Title: Alan Packard's notes, some obtained from the Packard's Progress and
some direct.
Author: Alan Packard
Quality: 2
Abbrev: PLLPS
Title: Have no Idea what PLLPS means, but it is a source used in Richard
Packards notes.
Page: Death from William F Stanhope's note,
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Personal records of Richard Glen Packard
Title: From a gedcom of Richard's family downloaded from the Compuserve
Library
Author: Richard Glen Packard
Page: 10250 E. Fenimore Rd. Mesa, AZ. 85207, Tel (602) 380-1828,
AzPack@aol.com, PZQL93A@prodigy.com
Quality: 1
Abbrev: Edson/Latham/Maddox.ged -1996
Author: CMaddox@aol.com 1996
Abbrev: Lathams.ged 1980 - 2000
Title: Latham/Bullard/Mathis.ged 1980 updated regularly - last update 31 13Dec 1999
Author: Donald Robert Latham, 91 Shady Lane, Amelia, Ohio 45102
Publication: lathamdrlatham91@aol.com
Abbrev: Research Notes, Alan Packard's
Title: Alan Packard's notes, some obtained from the Packard's Progress and
some direct.
Author: Alan Packard

[NI00195] Moved from Sharon, Windsor to Strafford, Orange between 1870 and 1880. Probably to live near his oldest son, Charles who was living there with his wife and children. Royal had already moved on to Michigan.
His tombstone declared his death age to be 87 yrs, 5 mos, 19 days.
Note: 1870 Census lists his birthplace as Vermont, but earlier ones list NH.

1840 Sharon, Windsor County, VT Census
Frank Hart-1 male Under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 40-50, 1 female under 5, 1 femaile 30-40
(this would be Royal, Charles, Francis, Hannah and Hannah)

[NI00196] Her tombstone gives her death age as 83 years, one month and 19 days.
Note: 1870 Census shows her birthplace as NH, but 1850 shows VT. I think this was mixed up with her husband.

[NI00197] Benjamin was killed a few months after his father died, by a slave that his father emancipated upon his death. The story is well documented in the AR Gazette. Joseph's will stipulated that 5 of his slaves were to live on his property and farm it for a period of 3 years. At the end of the three years, they were to pay the sons $800 and they could go free. (interesting note: 4 of these slaves were mulatto...his children???). There were at least 8 more slaves that he distributed among his heirs. Benjamin allegedly did not want to lose Mark, a strong young man who grew up with Mark, because he was so valuable. A fight ensued and Benjamin was killed. Mark was imprisoned and escaped several times in AR and LA and finally pardoned. No one knows why he was pardoned.

1850 Douglas County, AR Census

56-56 Mark Kuykendall 54 M (B) Farmer KY
Adeline 24 F (M) AR
Missouri 4 F (B) AR
Paulina 2 F (M) AR
Ashley 6/12 M (M) AR

*Probably the family that he murdered. After he was pardoned regarding the murder of Benjamin, he was arrested for the murder of his wife and children about 5 years later....???

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A List of Delinquents

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Arkansas Gazette December 20, 1820

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In the County of Arkansas, for the years 1819 and 1820, on the
Territorial and County Tax Lists
*John Harrington, Sen*
Benjamin Kuykendall

Tuesday, May 8, 1827
Vol. VIII – No. 19 – Whole No. 383
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[NI00201] Living with Daughter Fanny Bruce & husband age 86 1920

[NI00203] Only Elmira was listed with the family in 1850. There were also 4 English males in the household (Sarah's brother's?)

[NI00213] There was a Thomas McCarthy listed in the 3rd Texas Infantry, Company A, Private

It is estimated that Thomas died or disappeared between the birth of their child, Thomas, in 1882 and the birth of John and Cora Ramey's first child in 1884.

[NI00214] Served in Company "F" Scouts Regiment. Spent the entire ware in Danville, Walker County. Served under Captain Smith. His service was verified by T. I. Thompson who served with him.
Served with "Alex Smith's Company that left Houston County in January 1865 and wet to DAnville, Walker County, Texas, both John Ramey and myself belonged to Smith's Company, Scott's Brigade. He stayed at Danville unitl he was discharged. We had been in camp several moths before we went to Daville. I know that John Ramey served One Year or more in the Confederate Army. I was with him this length of time." J.W. Shaw

May 9, 1939, Riverside, Texas a Mrs. B. ? Renner wrote the state requesting service records on Joh Milton, his brother William and his father, George M. She claimed to be the daughter of John Milton and that they all served in the war between Mexico and Texas and the Confederate war and that they all died in Trinity, Texas. The state responded only with John Milton's record.

[NI00219] probably unmarried as single in 1870 & 1880 into her 50's

These land transactions could be her moving property into her name after her father's death.

JEFFERSON CO., ARK., FEDERAL LAND RECORDS


HARRINGTON ALFRED 26 5S 8W 80 1834/11/01
HARRINGTON ALFRED 26 5S 8W 80 1837/04/15
HARRINGTON ALLEN L 31 5S 6W 57.11 1848/11/01
HARRINGTON AMANDA 19 5S 10W 0 1860/07/02
HARRINGTON AMANDA 20 5S 10W 320 1860/07/02
HARRINGTON AMANDA 30 5S 10W 0 1860/07/02
HARRINGTON AMANDA 30 5S 10W 0 1860/07/02

[NI00228] three more marriages

[NI00234] listed in 1920 census as "Harrington" as a first name

[NI00235] Husband was not living with them in 1930 Census.

[NI00236] 1851 Trinity County Tax List - 144 acres of land, 5 Negroes, 1 horse, oxen Total Value $3590

[NI00238] Lacy Mckinzie
Birth: 1843-- , TX
Death:
--
Spouse:
Parents: Lacy Lasa Mckinzie, Ann Cofer

[NI00245] There is an Asa McKenzie listed in the 1880 Richland, Jefferson, AR census who lists birth date as 1830 and occupation "Whisky Drinking"

[NI00252]
1920 United States Federal Census


Harrington, Allen
Age: 45 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Texas Roll: T625_69
Race: White Page: 14A

State: Arkansas ED: 33

County: Little River Image: 295

Township: Caney

[NI00254] Dates match for ages of each and marriage age corresponds with 1909

[NI00257] in 1920 living with his 1/2 brother Allen Smith Harrington

Fort Bend Property

82008753 03/10/1982 OIL, GAS AND MINERAL LEASE HARRINGTON ALBERT B JR DECD ESTATE EXXON CORP L 6 EDGEWOOD ADDITION ANNEX 6 LT 0 BLK 0 ADDN SEC 0 VOL 0 PG 0

E-Mail
Hi... there has got to be a connection, let me tell you the info I know. This was my father-in-law who also died in 1955 in Dec,(I will get the exact date) in Richmond, Texas
he was then married to Edith Russell who came from Arkansas, which is where I always thought Albert came from too. Albert had been married before, his first wife died, they had two children, Albert Jr and Eula Faye (both deceased now), 2nd marriage with Edith (my mother-in-law) they had three children, Bartley Jane, Ervin Wayne, and Vivian Harrington. We would go back to Arkansas to visit Edith's parents in Ashdown Arkansas. Don't know much about Albert Bartley Harrington side, but if you think a connection, I will ask some relatives and e-mail you. Let me know Tks Mona Harrington Kleitch

(I remarried), I have three Harrington daughters. It would be great to find the anscestors on their father's side.

[NI00260] named his children after baseball players.
was murdered (grandson claims it was a murder for hire) in his home in Volga Texas, across the street from the old Harrington place

[NI00263] Her birth certificate lists her grandmother as the mother. Was she born out of wedlock or did they just confuse the grandmother with the mother?
Jefferson county is very close to Port Arthur and since her father worked on "the docks", this is probably their daughter. Birth certificate does not list a father.

[NI00266] on the 1910 Trinity County Census, she is still living with her mother and stepfather at age 293

[NI00271] This child was living with his aunt, Cora Elizabeth Ramey and her husband John Milton Ramey in 1900. He does not appear anywhere in 1910 Census when he would have been 14. It is assumed his parents died between 1895 - 1900.

[NI00272] By the 1900 Census, John Milton Ramey had remarried and had a 15 year old daughter with Cora Elizabeth Harrington, so it is assumed that Mary died before 1884.

[NI00280] Found dead due to foul play in West Columbia.

[NI00281] Died of a heart attack

[NI00282] Became Baptist in Brazoria County

[NI00288] german

[NI00289] from Goodspeed, Page 216

Came to AR as a young man. Met and married Mary Harrington. Moved to Arkansas county in 1822. Moved to Jefferson County in 1826, settling in Old River, near what is now Rob Roy. Died when he was 30 years old.


ARCHIBALD TAYLOR - came to Jeff Co in 1826 from Ky. He was born in Ind. Lived near Rob Roy. Arch. died in his 30th year. His wife Mary Harrington of Indiana, she m.2 Mr Oneill.

[NI00290] Was killed on Tues, Jan 3, 1837 by James Robinson.

1830 Richland Twp Census

Asa Mason * 1--0--0--0--0--2--0--0--0--0 1--2--0--0--1--0--0--0--0--0.
Allen Harrington 0--0--0--0--1--0--0--0--0--0 0--0--0--0--1--0--0--0--0--0.
Wm. P. Hackett* 2--1--0--1--0--2--0--0--0--0 1--1--0--0--0--1--0--0--0--0.


WILLIAM P. HACKETT - He was elected the first judge of Jefferson county in 1830.

[NI00297] Mary Nell she is living and had several children.

[NI00298] Mary Nell says he is now deceased and had three children.

[NI00337] From personal notes:
"My grandfather is from Oldenburgh, Germany and started out in Alkmaar as a salesman, door to door, especially farms, of cloths and underwear. After a few years he had his own store."

[NI00344] 1860 Census Walker County, Texas
County Seat is Huntsville
PG_NO DWL_ LINE
238 233
LAST_NAME FIRST_NAME AGE SEX BIRTH_PL NOTE
Harrington Bartley 39 M Arkansas b. c1821 Teamster
Harrington Frances 26 F Alabama
Harrington Malissa J. 8 F Texas b. c1852
Harrington Lucy 6 F Texas
Harrington James M. 4 M Texas
Harrington William A. 2 M Texas
McMillan Caroline 15 F Texas
NOTE: Bartley Conner Harrington married Frances Evans 17 Oct 1850 Walker County, Texas.

This is very unsure because the marriage certificate states that his middle name is Conner, but other sources claim his middle name is Lafayette. To have 2 Bartley Harrington's born in the same year in AR is pretty much a stretch as well. The only probability is that this Bartley Conner could have been a cousin to Bartley Lafayette. Since we have no birth or death cert., I am going to leave the assumption that this is the same person for now.

[NI00347] At the Arkansas Post in October 1816, twelve men made affadavits stating Joseph Mason came in 1798 during the time of Don Carlos de Villemont's occupancy. Henry Cassidy made oath that he surveyed for Winters in 1802 and found Mason there. Nuttal notes his residence on Plum Bayou in 1819, which proved a long and continuous residence. He was a Kentuckian and introduced into the region many of the farming customs that still prevail. The Harringtons were close neighbors.

[NI00350] 1831, 1835 and 1836 Tax Lists for Pulaski County listed Benjamin Kuykendall. Since his father was dead in 1829, I'm assuming this is the son Benjamin. If his parents were married in 1819, that would make him about 12, 16, 17 in these years???

[NI00355] 1787 he is listed in the first court of Sumner County, Tennessee
1800 listed in the Christian County, KY census
1816 Territory Tax List, Arkansas County, Missouri Territory

Notes from Red Anthony:
Joseph Kuykendall was a revolutionary Patriot who signed the Tryon Resolves on 14 Aug. 1775 in Tryon County, North Carolina (now Rutherford and Lincoln counties). He was in Tennessee by 1784. Later he was in Logan and Christian counties, KY. Around 1810, Joseph and at least three of his sone, James M., Benjamin and Dempsey moved to Arkansas Territory before it became a state.

[NI00356] Tuesday, October 16, 1827
Vol. VIII – No. 42 – Whole No. 406


LIST OF DELINQUENTS,

FOR TERRITORIAL AND COUNTY TAXES, in the County of Lawrence, A.T. for the years 1826 and 1827.

..............

J.M. Kuykendall, Sheriff
October 8th, 1827
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February 29, 1832
No. 10 – Whole No. 634


LIST OF CIVIL OFFICERS

Elected on the first Monday of January last, and Commissioned by the Governor.

Lawrence – David W. Lowe, Clerk; James M. Kuykendall, Sheriff; Thomas Black, Coroner; James M. Cooper, Surveyor.
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[NI00371] Living with Daughter, Virginia Edith, in 1930.
1930 U.S. Federal Census > Arkansas > Jefferson > Roberts > District 29

[NI00372] Deaf
At an early age, she was sent to board at a school for the deaf in Arkansas

[NI00389] Search Results

Database: Texas Census, 1820-90
Combined Matches: 4


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1880 FRISBY AARON J. Trinity County TX 321 E. D. 108 & 109 Federal Population Schedule TX 1880 Federal Census Index TX28424322
1870 FRISBY AARON Walker County TX 363 Huntsville Prect 3 Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001173190
1870 FRISBY AARON Walker County TX 363 Huntsville Prect 3 Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001173191
1870 FRISBY AARON Walker County TX 363 Huntsville Prect 3 Federal Population Schedule TX 1870 Federal Census Index TXf001001173192

[NI00401] 1910 Census shows she had one other child, now not living.

[NI00402] 1910 census shows his marriage to Media is his second marriage

Polk County, Texas - Old Davis Cemetery

????Related

Geneva Miles
Apr. 30, 1882 (This is the only date)
Gone home.
Footstone: GM

[NI00408] Had three other marriages

[NI00432] Sarah ended up with her second husband in Guadalupe, TX (Victoria County).
Note: There was a Moses Kuykendahl living there also! A cousin? Sarah's Aunt Eliza had married a Kuykendahl.

[NI00433] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Benj. WILLIAMS Self M Male W 49 NC Farmer --- ---
Harriett WILLIAMS Wife M Female W 46 AR Keeping House --- ---
Eliza WILLIAMS Dau S Female W 10 AR NC AR
William PATTERSON SSon S Male W 22 TX Laborer --- AR
Dempey PATTERSON SSon Male W 19 --- Laborer --- ---


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Source Information:
Census Place Dudley Lake, Jefferson, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254048
NA Film Number T9-0048
Page Number 40A

[NI00434] ??????????
Household Record 1880 United States Census

Search results | Download Previous Household Next Household


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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Wm. HACKET Self Male W 46 AR Tenant AR AR


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Source Information:
Census Place Kimbrough, Lincoln, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254049
NA Film Number T9-0049
Page Number 8D

[NI00435] I have a letter written by my greatgreat grandfather, William Moore Patterson to his son Joseph [my great grandfather] and in this letter he speaks of your "Uncle John Patterson". So John was alive in 1882. William Moore was going to send John the money to come visit him. William Moore was in Trinity,TX...I don't know where John was but he was going to have to travel by train..



1840 Richland Twp Census


d 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 d 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

M. Patterson 1--2--1--1--0--0--0--0--0--0 1--0--1--0--0--1--0--0--0--0

3 familes away from A. Harrington & A. Crump

[NI00436] Notes from Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas:
P. 275
"The third man of this name actually entered ARkansas, lived in it for eleven years, and died leaving a family whose descendants still honor the state. A youn man, Peter Lindsey, left Fairfax County, Virginia in 1825 and traveled overland to what is now Jefferson County, Arkansas. "
p. 276
"Peter Lindsey's journey from Fairfax, Virginia to Jefferson County, Arkansas Territory was most romantic and would make a fine basis for a real historic novel. His life in Arkansas was not eventful, as he died in Jefferson County on Feb. 7, 1839, at the age of thirty-six, leaving a wife and children. He lived long enought to acquire an estate and his children intermarried with the best people of the state. From 1838 to 1840, William H. Lindsey was a judge of Jefferson County. He could not have been a son of Peter lIndsey, although he may have been a brother. The O'Neals of Jefferson County, also from Virginia, were also descended from the Fairfax Lindseys and were most prominent in Jefferson County affairs from 1833 to 1840."

[NI00437] Benford was playing basketball in Weldon. He broke his right arm in high school, but refused to quit basketball and began training his left arm. Back then, it was very unusual for a player to play and shoot with two hands. When his arm healed, he was as skilled with his right as with his left. Story is that Sam Houston State was itching for some games and invited the nearby Weldon High School to play against them. Little did they know how skilled these boys were from playing on an uneven, rock infested dirt court. Weldon ended up beating the college team and Benford so impressed them that they offered him a spot on their team.
Played basketball for Sam Houston State University.
Fought in WWII.
Played pro basketball.

Source: Cindy Hyde Stendebach (Great granddaughter of Jeff and Maggie Harrington Gardner)

"Uncle Ben did get his degree at Sam Houston and played basketball while he was there. About ten years before he died he was inducted into the Sam Houston State Sports Hall of Fame. It was quite an honor and well deserved. He taught school for many years and then became a principal. He spent the last 5+ years before he retired as a superintendent in a town close to Victoria, TX. I believe it was Placido ISD."

"You hit the nail on the head about Benford shooting goals from both sides. Ruth lived across the street from Weldon High School and never missed a basketball game. She well remembers when he broke his right arm and learned to shoot from the left. Being able shoot from either side won him the Athletic Scholarship at Sam Houston.

Charles"

[NI00449] ????
CLYDE HARRINGTON Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 451-16-0632 Residence:
Born 6 Dec 1915 Last Benefit:
Died 23 Jan 1992 Issued: TX (Before 1951)

????????
C G Harrington Ruth Christian Pulaski 11 Jan 1936

[NI00479] California Deaths, 1940-97

SEASTRUNK JOHNIE RAY MALE 30 Oct 1925 31 Aug 1982 ARKANSAS SAN MATEO 429360723 WARD

[NI00480]
California Deaths, 1940-97


SEASTRUNK LORA DENICE FEMALE 11 Sep 1951 11 Sep 1951 CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO 0 BROWN SEASTRUNK

[NI00547] Probate Minutes Book C Index -- Trinity County, Texas --Nov 1886-Nov
1894

FRISBY, A.J. Estate 113
FRISBY, Aaron Guardianship 113-116, 124-125, 193-194,
FRISBY, Alice Guardianship 113-116, 124-125, 193-194,
FRISBY, Fred Guardianship 113-116, 124-125, 193-194,
FRISBY, Mary Estate 113
FRISBY, Minnie Guardianship 113-116, 124-125, 193-194,
FRISBY, Willie Guardianship 113-116, 124-125, 193-194,

Probate Minutes Book D Index -- Trinity County, Texas --Dec 1894-Jan
1900

FRISBY, Aaron Guardianship 111,
FRISBY, Alice (Alsie) Guardianship 111,
FRISBY, Fred Guardianship 111,
FRISBY, Minnie Guardianship 111,
FRISBY, Willie Guardianship 111,
GASSIOTT, Elizabeth Estate 110, 272,

[NI00548] maiden name is poss. Stubblefield since one son carried that name.

[NI00550] Trinity County, Texas - Military: Confederate Pension Applications
On file at the Texas State Library and Archives at Austin, Travis Co., TX
October 6, 2002


Frisby, Abe 06925 Trinity
Frisby, Olivia H. 26635 Trinity Frisby, Abe

[NI00569] Johnny's mother (Cox) was previously married and had 2 children. When her husband died she inherited the land from her deceased husband and married Johnny's father. They lived out their lives on that homestead.

Johnny and Lunie had land in Crossroads on the corner of Gladewater Hwy and another road. Across the street was Johnny's sister Olivia (Levi) Stanley Robertson and her husband who had a small store and gas station. On the other corner was his mother and father Daniel and Mary Francis Stanley. Just down the road was Tom Atkinson, Lunie's uncle. Behind Levi's house was old Gage place and the Lone Pilgrim Primitive Baptist Church.

[NI00570] Lunie was from Panola County.
Her mother died when she was 5.
She was sent to live with her maternal grandmother, Atkinson.
Her brother, Chester, remained with his father (Wyatt).

[NI00571] There is a Daniel W. Stanley buried next to JC and Alma. Need to check on this


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The Men & Women In WW II From Upshur County

STANLEY, J. C - WT 3/c J. C. Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stanley, Pritchett, husband of Alma Copeland, attended Pritchett HS. Entered Navy in 1944, trained in San Diego, Cal. and Norfolk, Va. Served in Asiatic-Pacific Theater. Awarded 1 Battle Star and 3 Service Ribbons. Discharged in 1945.

http://txgenes.com/TxUpshur/MenAndWomenWW2Index.html

[NI00577] This Stanley was a Primitive Baptist.
Came to Texas with his parents at age five.
Served the Confederate Army from Upshur County. Company G of the Thrity-fifth Texas Cavalry.
Married upon his return home from war.
Was a Primitive Baptist Minister at Old Paint Rock Church near Shady Grove in 1889.
Served that area of Upshur County for 50 years.
Founded the Lone Pilgrim Primitive Baptist church in 1914 which is still in use. The land for this church was donated by Melvin J. Stanley (his brother) and Alvin B. Robertson (his brother-in-law).

[NI00578] Had a first marriage with 2 children before marrying Stanley.
Inherited the homestead from her deceased husband.
He died of pneumonia during the civil war.

OBITUARY

MARY FRANCIS STANLEY (1927 written at top. Thanks to Lea Ann Tedford for this obit)
Born in Blount County, Ala.
September 25, 1843

She came to Texas with her parents, T. L. Cox and wife, when only 5 years old. Her father
homesteaded the John Cromer place and other adjoining places to same about the year 1848.
She was first married to Henry F. Gage, April 29, 1858. To this union were born two children,
Malphanetia Ballard, who died several years ago, and H. A. Gage who live near Pritchett. Mr. Gage died and was buried at Little Rock, Ark. He was in the Confederate army.
She was married to D. W. Stanley, January 3, 1866. To this union were born eleven children,
five boys and six girls as follows: Mr. Emma Combs of Goodlett; Mrs. Julia Goins of Omaha; M. D.
Stanley of Oak Cliff; M. J. and Lark Stanley, Mrs. Lucinda Maberry, Mrs. Nancy Stegall and Mrs.
Levia Robertson, all of near Pritchett. Two boys and one girl dead of this union. There are 50
grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren living.
She united with the Primitive Baptist Church in 1861, and was baptized by Elder Melvin Jeter.
she lived a consistent and faithful member to the end, ever contending for right and peace.
She was a noble mother of Israel, ever ready to help the needy. She was a devoted wife and a
mother to her children; a friend and neighbor to all whom she came in contact with. She lived a life
well worth emulating.
She bore her sufferings with grace and fortitude for more than a year.
She will be missed greatly by her husband, children, friends and church.
She passed away July 7, and was laid to rest in old New Hope Cemetery the following day. A
large congregation were present. The flowers were profuse and beautiful both in lie and death.
Elders J. M. Scroggins and Louis N. Barrow of Lindale conducted the funeral services with
impressive talks.
The entire community extends eondolence to the breaved ones.

[NI00580] Died at age 22 of appendicitus

[NI00581] Obituary, Gilmer Mirror, Sept. 12, 1974

Funeral services for Sam Russell of Channelview, Texas, were held Saturday, SEpt. 14, at 2 p.m. in the Croley Cahpel with Rev. T. C. Weatherby as the officiating minister. Interment was in the Hopewell Cemetery. His nephews were the pall bearers.

Mr. Russell died Friday, Sept. 12, at Rockglen Hospital in Houston after an extended illness at the age of 64. Born in Upshur County, Mr. Russell was employed as a longshoreman.

Survivors are one son, John Russell of Channelview; four brothers, Herman Russell, Cecil Russell and Earl Russell, all fo Houston, and Raymond Russell of Dalls; one sister, Mrs. Myrthia Maberry of Gilmer; and four grandchildren.

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RUSSELL, SAM O - Cpl. Sam O. Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Russell, Latch, husband of Flosie Hill, attended Latch School. Entered Army, 1942, trained at Sheppard Field. Served in France and Austria. Awarded GC Medal, Combat Medal and ETO RIbbon with 3 Battle Stars. Discharged in 1945.

[NI00582] Cecil went to AL with his brother, Bob, to find a wife.
He met and married Laurene with whom he had 2 sons.
Cecil came home from work and found Laurene with another man.
He started going out with his second wife Vera and left his two sons to be raised by their maternal grandparents.

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RUSSELL, CECIL - PFC Cecil Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Russell, Gilmer, attended Latch High. Entered Army, 1943, trained at Ft. Riley, Kan. Served in France, Germany and Cen. Europe. Awarded EAME Ribbon, 3 Bronze Stars, GC Medal, Victory Ribbon and 2 Overseas Stripes. Discharged in 1945

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[NI00583] Bob went with his brother Cecil to Alabama c. 1930's to find wives.
Bob and his wife were back by 1901 with a daughter and a son.
Stabbed in a bar room brawl by his best friends father who was drunk.

[NI00584] RUSSELL, RAYMOND A - Cpl. Raymond A.Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Russell, Latch, husband of Pearl Warren, graduate of Dallas Aviation School and Air College. Entered Army Air Corps, 1939, trained in Louisana, Georgia and N. Carolina. Served in Australia, N. Guinea and Papaun. Awarded AD and APO Ribbons with 3 Battle Stars. Discharged in 1944.

[NI00585] Worked in munitions plant near Texarkana, poss. New Boston
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Obituary

Funeral services for Jack Russell, 52, of New Boston were scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday at Croley Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Dacus officiating.
Burial was to be at Hopewell Cemetery.
He died Monday at New Boston General Hospital. He was an inspector at Red River Arsenal, a Baptist, a Mason and a veteran of World War II. Born Oct. 17, 1921, he was a native of Upshur County and lived here most of his life.
He married the former Miss Una Mae Winchester in 1947 and she survives him. Also surviving are two sons, Ronnie Russell of New Boston and Thomas Russell of Texarkana, ARk.; two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Davis, Texarkana, Ark., and Mrs. Patricia Holder, New Boston; five brothers, Herman, SAm Cecil and Earl Russell, all of Houston, and Raymond Russell of Dallas; a sister, Mrs. Myrthia Maberry, Gilmer, and three grandchildren.

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(Note: Kenneth Davis, officiant, was his niece, Bobbie Gale Russell's husband)

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RUSSELL, JACK - T/ Jack Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Russell, Latch, attended Latch High. Entered Army, 1945, trained at Ft. Sill, Okla. Served in Occuaption of Korea.

[NI00586] Earl started college in Kilgore and completed his degree at University of Houston
Met and married Hannah in Germany when he was in the service.
Brought her back, but the marriage didn't last.
She eventually remarried and lived out her life in Harris County.

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RUSSELL, EARL - Pvt. Earl Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Russell, Gilmer, attended Harmony High. Entered Army Air Corps in 1946.

[NI00587] His will only lists his 2 children from Lavada as survivors. Doesn't mention the other children at all, but does mention second wife???

[NI00590] Living with mom and stepfather, Daniel Stanley, in 1880

[NI00591] in Texas by 1853

Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Toliver L. COX Self M Male W 64 SC Farmer SC SC
Martha A. COX Wife M Female W 54 SC Keeping House SC SC
Saml. Lee COX Son S Male W 16 TX Works On Farm SC SC
Nannie S. COX Dau S Female W 9 TX SC SC


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Source Information:
Census Place Precinct 7, Upshur, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255330
NA Film Number T9-1330
Page Number 504C

[NI00593] Living with mom and stepfather, Daniel Stanley in 1880.

[NI00597] Could this be Cobern?? The census was very badly mispelled in this whole section and the date for Cobern of 1920 I received from an individual. This may be the same child.

[NI00605] 1880 Texas census lists her as 5 years old

[NI00613] Upshur County Obit - Mrs Olivia Robertson

Contributed by: Lea Ann Tedford


The Gilmer Mirror: Feb 26, 1970


MRS. OLIVIA ROBERTSON

Funeral services for Mrs. Olivia Robertson, 83, of the Pritchett
Community were held Thursday at 2p.m. at Croley Chapel.

Elder Hardy Strickland officiated. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

Mrs. Robertson died Wednesday morning at the Gilmer Convalescent Center
after a long illness. Born Feb. 11, 1887, she was a lifetime resident
of Upshur County and a member of the Primitive Baptist Church.

Surviving are one son, Newman Robertson of Gilmer; four daughters, Mrs.
Ola McKnight of Gilmer, Mrs. Cordia Lofley of Dripping Springs, and Mrs.
Dessa Baker and Mrs. Lurline Culp of Austin; 17 grandchildren, 14
great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Buddy Baker, Buddy Morris, Richey Piland, Don Lindsey,
Juddy Catlett, and Prentis Stegall.

Croley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[NI00614] took the 1930 census for:
1930 U.S. Federal Census • Texas • Upshur • Precinct 7 • District 18

[NI00616] Enlisted and worked as a wagoneer.
On Aug. 9, 1864 he was listed in the Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Georgia with a thigh flesh wound that had become gangrenous.
He died sometime after this in Georgia.

[NI00618] Was captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post on Jan. 11, 1863.
Died at Camp Douglas Apr. 1, 1863 of Erysipelas??

[NI00620] A member of New Hope Baptist Church in the 1870's then moved to Rising Star near Eastland, Texas and is buried there.

Made buttons in Gilmer for the CSA. Enlisted about 8 months at 18 years of age.

[NI00621] from the pioneer Morgan-Mackey family of West Mountain area.

[NI00622] Upshur County Obit - Mrs Myra E Gage

Contributed by Lea Ann Tedford


The Gilmer Daily Mirror: Jan. 2, 1931

MRS. MYRA E. GAGE DIED FRIDAY MORN
At her residence near Pritchett, Age 82 years

Mrs. Myra E. Gage, who had she lived until February wuold have
been 83 years of age, died at her home near Pritchett, Friday
morning at 3:15. Her husband preceded her to the grave nearly
40 years ago. He was a Federal solider and up to the time of
her death she was a pensioner of the government.

Mrs. Gage is survived by two daughters and a son, vix: Mrs. Zera
Baird of Tyler; W.H. Gage at Homer, La, and Mrs. Belle John
Williams of Seminole, Okla., besides a number of grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. She is also survived by one brother, Mr. U.W.
Cox of Pritchett.

She was a consistent member of the Baptist Church, and a noble
christian woman.

She had been sick with pneumoniaa and never fully recovered from
its effects.

Her funeral will take place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the
Hoover Cemetery near Big Sandy and Rev. T.A. Johns will conduct
the funeral service.

[NI00630] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Alaxander W. MCINTOSH Self M Male W 32 MS Farming MS MS
Tes Ann MCINTOSH Wife M Female W 27 TX Keeping House SC AL
Viola C. MCINTOSH Dau S Female W 4 TX MS TX
Nettie O. MCINTOSH Dau S Female W 1 TX MS TX


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Source Information:
Census Place Precinct 7, Upshur, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255330
NA Film Number T9-1330
Page Number 503A

[NI00633] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Upton COX Self M Male W 22 TX Farmer AL AL
Clarra COX Wife M Female W 17 TX Keeping House AL IN
Ezra COX Son S Male W 8M TX TX TX


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Source Information:
Census Place Precinct 7, Upshur, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255330
NA Film Number T9-1330
Page Number 505A

[NI00637] Moved to Wood County by 1860.

[NI00639] Died of apoplexy in his son in law's home in Louisiana

Not living with wife in 1860...already off to war?

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Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Asberry G. COX Self M Male W 44 AL Farmer AL AL
Jane COX Wife M Female W 32 MS Keeping House GA GA
Ferdinand COX Son S Male W 21 TX Works On Farm AL AL
R. Mcmillan COX Son S Male W 18 TX Works On Farm AL AL
Malinda COX Dau S Female W 15 TX At School AL AL
Welburne COX Son S Male W 12 TX At School AL AL
Sallie COX Dau S Female W 8 TX AL AL
Harmon A. COX Son S Male W 4 TX AL MS
Annie G. COX Dau S Female W 11M TX AL MS


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Source Information:
Census Place Precinct 7, Upshur, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255330
NA Film Number T9-1330
Page Number 504C

[NI00640] Living with probably a sister-in-law in 1860. Most likely both of their spouses were off to war. Have to figure out which Gage brother married this lady she was living with:

Gage, Elizabeth 56
Alex 22
Benjamin 10
Thomas 8
Abraham 6

[NI00646] WILLEFORD CEMETERY

Located 1/2 mile from Hwy 155 E in a pasture owned by the descendants of the C B and Ninnie Willieford family.

It is said a family camped by Glade Creek and two of their children became sick and died. They were the first to be buried. (Tidwell's)

Jo Beavers had a cement slab made for the graves of his mother Melvirie Beavers Cox and her sister, Sarah Elizabeth
Beavers McDonald.

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How could Joe be Melvina's son? Beavers is her maiden name.

[NI00657] .

[NI00658] Died of an aneurism at age 40.

[NI00661] one of 13 siblings

[NI00667] Died as a teenager of cancer.

[NI00669] died around age 15 in a motorcycle accident

[NI00686] Raised by his Alabama grandparents after his father remarried.

[NI00687] Raised by his Alabama grandparents after his father remarried

[NI00693] Annie Willingham married Ray against his family's wishes. After marrying him, she refused to live with him. He remarried and she raised their son Cecil. Cecil started to visit his father around age 15. He was killed in a car accident by age 20.

[NI00695] Listed in Mary's obituary as "brother".

[NI00702] Living as a lodger with Bauman family, Otto Parsons living next door. Widow

[NI00716] Johannes Gotlieb (Jan) Haakman, geb. ± 1782, beroep(en): winkelier, kok, woonplaats(en): Alkmaar, Utrecht met:
Johanna Willemse, geb. ± 1781 te Terwoude, ovl. 26 jul 1839 te Alkmaar, beroep(en): werkster, dochter van Wilms Harm en N.N.
1) Johannes Haakman, geb. 30 jun 1815 te Alkmaar, ovl. 04 dec 1897 te Alkmaar, beroep(en): tuinman, koopman in groente met:
Johanna Cornelia Burger, geb. ± 1815, dochter van Hendrik Burger en Maria Stalenberg
2) Willem Haakman, geb. ± 1817 te Alkmaar, ovl. 18 sep 1817 te Alkmaar
3) Willem Haakman, geb. 25 okt 1818 te Alkmaar, ovl. ± 1820 te Alkmaar
4) Johanna Haakman, geb. 27 jul 1820 te Alkmaar, beroep(en): dienstbode, woonplaats(en): Alkmaar, Beverwijk
Gehuwd 12 nov 1848 te Beverwijk, get. Pieter Bèohm dagloner 37j, Christiaan Bèohm dagloner 33j, Antonie Bèohm tuinder 32j en gerrit Nieman vragtrijder 36l ellen goede bekende en wonen Beverwijk met:
Hendrik Burger, geb. ± 1820 te Beverwijk, beroep(en): dagloner, zoon van Hendrik Burger en Maria Stalenberg
5) Catharina Elisabeth Haakman, geb. 19 dec 1821 te Alkmaar, ovl. 15 feb 1822 te Alkmaar
6) Hendricus Lambertus Antonius Haakman, geb. 14 sep 1824 te Alkmaar, ovl. ± 1826 te Alkmaar

[NI00718] Handwritten note on obituary clipping:

"Jim Willie Maberry died Oct. 27, 1965 4:30 PM down at the store."

[NI00719] 1900 Marshall County, Alabama Census
Listed her as having 9 children, all living.

I live in Guntersville and have a book titled "Guntersville Remembered". There are 2 doctors - James L. and David Carnes Jordan. Other Jordans listed are Annie, David, John, Johnny, John Timmons, Molly Cochran, Robert, Tom, Tom Miller, and W.G. I do not have death dates on the 2 doctors. There is only one Lang mentioned - Joseph. King's listed are Benjamin, David, Ellis, Geraldine, Lee, Lois, Martha Rains, Melvin, Pat and W.R. Maybe some of these names can help you.


I will try my best to answer that question to the best of my knowledge thus far in my research. There were actually 4 different men that Hulda Adaline Baugh-Lang-King had children by. The first was her husband William Lang; with him she had William "Poney" and John "Butler" Lang. After her husband's death, around 1879 or early 1880, she found a man to support her though they were not married (she was a sort of mistress). I believe him to be David Jordan, a prominent farmer and businessman in Guntersville. With him she had George W., Mary, Manerva, and Alex. Then the Jordan man died and she became involved with a man by the name of Hugh B. Greenwood (based on research and stories from Boyd Lang's family). Her children with him were Dorothy, Boyd, and Dewey (this is often questioned because he was born so close to when Adaline and John King married). Finally she married again to John King and had Vera and Maggie. Adaline is buried in Shady Grove Cemetery in Upshur County. That is pretty much how my family tells who the father of each child was. Who is Harvey?

**My uncle thought it was Herman who came out here and had two daughters that lived at Georgia Mountain near Arab, Alabama. But he could be mistaken because he was about 16 the last time he saw them and you would know more about that than we would. I will ask around and find out. I will send a picture of Manerva because she Mary look very much alike. Also, do you have any pictures of a woman named Mrs. Wills. They would be with Mary's pictures from Alabama. Manerva's grandson, Fred Ray Dodd, found some pictures in her "Sand Mountain" things after her death. We have been trying to find out who this woman, Mrs. Wills, was because there is a large portrait of her and a picture of her in a garden. Mary and Manerva bear somewhat of a resemblance to her. I will email further pictures in later correspondence.
Heather

PS This is a picture of Manerva and her husband Dee Brazier. Dee was the brother of Jane Brazier whom George W. married. The little girl is Addie Mae who was Fred Ray Dodd's mother. She was not Dee's daughter but Manerva's from a previous and tragic marriage(that story will be in the family history that I am composing).

Email 11-8-04

see Lang Mountain and Wyeth (or Negro) Mountain with Davidson Hollow in between. Davidson Hollow is where the Langs and Smiths lived. My mom's family (both sides) lived in that area.
Sincerely,
Heather Blackwell

[NI00721] not on 1880 census with family

[NI00722] Lived down the road from the Stanley's in Crossroads, Upshur County.
His house was purchased by a Gage and moved down to the corner of Peach and Lemon. The dog run was built in and the house still stands there today (July 2, 2000).

[NI00723] Has a memorial marker next to his parents.
The family story (from Marcelle Stanley) is that he was thrown off of a horse and killed while his parents were away when he was about 20. He was already buried somewhere when they got back and found out.

The name Norris was his GGGgrandmother's surname and was passed down in the family. (See Mary Norris)



not on 1880 census with family????

[NI00724] Dolan has a memorial marker next to his parents.
The family story is that he fell from a great height, on an oil rig, and hit a steel floor. It drove his heel through his foot. Mentally, he was never the same and spent some years at the Rusk State Hospital. He ended up in Austin and was estranged from his family. When his family heard of his death, they erected this marker.

[NI00725] Died of Blood Poisoning 4 weeks after birth of child

[NI00727] After the death of her husband in 1907, Hannah lived alone with her 6 year old son, worked as a washer woman, and took in boarders.
1910 Census, Flushing Twp, Genesee County, MI
Ashley, Phillip Boarder 45 - Scotsman who immigrated in 1866 - listed his birth as Scot-English
Javers, Phillip Boarder 42 - French Canadian who came to US in 1891

Hannah was listed as a widow with 3 births and 2 living children

Source: Flushing Sesquicentennial History Vol. III 1998 by Grace Loop
Hannah and Marion were divorced and she married Sylvester Loop.

[NI00728] Aunt Anna had a niece who was married and lived in Flint, not far from them.
Uncle Charlie died first, and Dad & I went out there for the funeral. Aunt
Anna died and everything went to her niece, as far as I know. Uncle Charlie
had worked for Fisher Body before it was part of GM. Dad said he "spit
tacks" meaning that he worked as an upholsterer and had a mouth full of tacks
which he would align in his mouth to a magnetic hammer and then drive them
thru the leather to the wooden framing. I don't know how long he worked
doing that but he obviously saved his money and invested wisely in real
estate. He owned about three good sized parking lots (about 80-100 spots in
each) along Chevrolet Avenue in the block from the Flint River to Third Ave
adjacent to the Main Chevrolet Plant and across the street from GMI. He
didn't rent spots to students but they were always filled with the factory
people (they had the money) He also owned at least three apartment building
along the same stretch with some stores below them. Uncle Charlie always had
a wad of bills in his shirt pocket or top overall pocket and I was always
concerned that someone would conk him for the money. It was always several
hundred bucks which was a lot of money to be carrying around in the 50's.
When I had a car in the last couple of years he insisted that I park behind
his house where four or five privileged spots were, including his. I don't
think Aunt Anna was real keen about that although she never made an issue out
of it. I co-oped at the Wilmington, DE Buick-Olds-Pontiac Assembly plant
where the annual stockholders meeting was held (GM is a Delaware Corporation)
and all the proxy votes were there in huge file drawers during the meeting.
I was curious and looked up Charles Hart and found he had well over 100,000
shares at that time. I never asked him but he told me that he started buying
GM from the gitgo as well as some other co's when he was quite young. He had
a shanty up in Sebewaing on Saginaw Bay and a small rowboat with a little
outboard and he liked to go up there fishing. I went up there at least once
with him and Anna but I'm not a fisherman so I wasn't great company for him.
I studied while he fished! I was always very busy during those days.

Contributed by: Theodore Loop, June 6, 2001

[NI00729] Came to Flushing with his parents in 1868.

[NI00735] Left Hempstead County, AR in 1851 and settle west of the Seymour Community south of Sulphur Springs in Hopkins County.
Family legend has it that the family left on the California Gold Rush, made it to Fort Smith and changed their mind. They turned south to settle near family members (McLaughlins) in East Texas)
Family legend is that GW Stanley rode on horseback from Pritchett to Austin to finalize his land deal (preemption headrights) that required the grantor to live on and improve the land for three years.

Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Geo. W. STANLEY Self M Male W 62 AL Farming GA NC
Sarah STANLEY Wife M Female W 54 AL Keeping House TN GA
Percilla E. STANLEY Dau S Female W 30 AR At Home AL AL
Robt. H. STANLEY Son Male W 27 TX Works On Farm AL AL
Fredonia R. STANLEY Dau S Female W 20 TX At Home AL AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Precinct 7, Upshur, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255330
NA Film Number T9-1330
Page Number 503A

[NI00736] Grandparents were married in 1789 Green County, Tennessee
Part Cherokee.
Sarah was a midwife and herbal doctor for her community. Her syringe and other medical effects are held today by direct descendants.

[NI00737] ?????

Mealer, Mrs. Lizzie
Married: Jan 13, 1878 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: F
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book) File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: M Spouse's name: McClain, G. J.


?????

Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
George H. MCLAIN Self M Male W 35 CAN Carpenter CAN CAN
Elisabeth MCLAIN Wife M Female W 36 AL Keeping House NC NC
Earley W. MEALER SSon S Male W 9 TX LA NC
Lucy A. MEALER SDau S Female W 5 TX LA NC
Viola M. MEALER SDau S Female W 4 TX LA NC
Robert WARD BroL W Male W 45 NC Carpenter NC NC


Who is this? Dates and birthplaces are wrong for Priscilla, but haven't found another clue to her whereabouts for 50 yrs....

[NI00739] Moved from Pinnacle to Corsicana soon after marriage.

[NI00743] Moved from Shelby County, Tennessee to Jackson County, Tennessee around 1830.
The family continued to move westwardly and Daniel became employed by the US government to serve as a guide in the removal of the Eastern Cherokees to the Indian Territory in the West. As a result, the McLaughlin family established residence at Bodcaw, Hempstead County AR, by 1841.
Excerpt from Gilmer Mirror:
"For his service as Indian agent, Daniel McLaughlin was to receive a land bounty in Texas. While descendants have felt he died before obtaining the grant, perhaps it was the same land the pioneer sold in Upshur County on Sept. 10, 1851 to John K. Armstrong. This parcel was described as being 15 miles south of Gilmer on the Sabine River, probably received in the late 1840's. Daniel McLaughlin is thought to have died during 1851 enroute to Arkansas to remove his family to Upshur County. Perhaps he died in Hopkins County, Texas, at the residence of kinsman, James McLaughlin, an 1845 settler in that county. Nvertheless, the McLaughlin and STnaley families were firmly implated in Upshur County by the beginning of 1852, including the widow, Elizabeth McCain McLaughlin."

[NI00744] Living with son David Neal and family in Limestone County TX in 1870 at age 67

[NI00745] Lived near Pritchett intil 1869, when most of the McLaughlins left Upshur County for Old Armour in Limestone County, Texas.

[NI00748] 1860 U.S. Census • Texas • Upshur • Western District

Lists his birthplace as Georgia

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David Neal McLaughlin and Ellen Rounds had 8 children, 4 boys and 4 girls.

The 1870 Census of Limestone Co., TX., page 236, Township: Eataw. D. 48 W. TX, Dwelling 1203, Family 1323, shows another family living in the same dwelling: McLaughlin, Danil, 21, male, white, Laborer, b. AR, m. Feb 1870. McLaughlin, Eliza J., 19, female, white, keeping house, b. LA, m. Feb 1870. McLaughlin, Elizabeth, 67, female, white, keeping house, b. GA. (Family History Center Film #553095)

"The Descendants of the David Neal McLaughlin family have had an impact on the Blackwell and Hylton areas of Nolan County. There were many more daughters than sons and most of the names are not McLaughlin. These decendants have names of Magness, Best, Vest, McLendon, Reed, Patterson, Magary, Michaels, Branham, Burwick, Fenwick, Jones, Lightfoot, Noble, Armstrong, Strachner, Burlow, Bullock, Stevenson, Giesler, McDonald, Sneed, Cole, Lewis, Conradt, Snow, Henderson, Grey, Hill, and others...

David Neal and his wife, Ellen, moved to Gilmer, Upshur Co., TX in November 1850. After Daniel, all their children were born in Upshur Co., TX...The family sold the Upshur Co., land and moved to Limestone County. They lived there until all the children were married and had families. in 1900, the David Neal McLaughlin, Dan McLaughlin, James McLaughlin, Hugh Magness (Flora A) and Benjamin H. Best (Julia A.) families moved to Nolan County near Hylton. The total family members numbered more than fifty at that time.

These families were farmers, ranchers, butchers, barbers, bankers, preachers, carptenters and various other occupations. Most of the David Neal McLaughlin immediate family lived in the area until their deaths with burial at the Hilton Cemetery. (Nolan County, First One Hundred Years, Sesquicentennial Edition, 1985, Nolan county Historical Commission)

NOTE: all the above came from Barbara Alexander.

[NI00751] Son of Upshur County founder, Benjamin Gage

[NI00754] said to have lived to 105.

[NI00757] Daughter of a Baptist Minister

[NI00758] Died after singing a Sacred Harp song at church, walked out the door and fell dead. It was probably a stroke or an aneurism as the Stanleys have a history of high blood pressure and strokes.
According to his diary (now held by descendant, David Robertson), he had a girlfriend in Mineola. He was excited about the new rail line that just had come through Pritchett and, possibly, about to take a train trip shortly. In his diary he listed every depot from Pritchett to Ennis, TX, then south to Dallas in 1875.

His tombstone is the oldest in the cemetery.
He shares a tombstone with his father, G.W. Stanley.

[NI00762] Spellman was listed as having 4 children in the 1910 census. It also listed him as only 2 marriages, but we know Emma was his third wife. His other two wives are buried with him.
Leah, listed with him in the 1810 census with her son Merton, could be his child, since she listed her mother and father as being born in NY. She is listed as "step daughter", but is that Spellman's or Emma's stepdaughter? She is listed as married for 4 years.
Spellman is listed as being married 4 years.

Source: American Civil War Soldiers
Spellman Loop served for New York in the Union Army, enlisting in Canton on Aug 1, 1862 at age 23 as a Private.

[NI00772] Tombstone says son of Hiram and Rebecca, also aged 59 y, 5m, 15d
Gen Co Clk Rec says b. Sept 4, 1850 d. June 29, 1910

[NI00807] He is listed in Montgomery Co., AL Census in 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850,and 1860. His occupation is listed as woodsman and farmer.

[NI00809] Covington, AL 1850 Agricultural Census
(14) Harrelson, Jesse - value of farming implements and machinery $5, 2 horses, 5 milk cows, 7 other cattle, 20 swine, value of livestock $209, 150 bushels Indian corn, 180 lbs. rice, 50 bushels sweet potatoes, 10 lbs. butter, value of home-made manufactures $20, value of animals slaughtered $50

[NI00823] Drowned in the Trinity River. His body was recovered by Joe Reeves, Atma Turner, Arthur Turner and Arthur McMichael.

Source: Strolling Among Volga Memories by Louise Adams Fulsom pg. 37

[NI00825] There is a headstone for a Will B. Lott in the Boggs Cemetery in Houston County that was put up by Kent Rollo and is inscribed "Uncle Bud".

[NI00830] He bought land in Montgomery Co., AL in 1850 (40ac.). In MontgomeryCo., AL in the 1860 Censue.

[NI00833] He is in Montgomery Co., AL in 1860 Census. He enlisted in Co. H,34th Alabama on 10 May 1862. He was captured on 30 Oct 1864 atDecatur, AL. He was discharged from Camp Douglas, IL on 17 May 1865.He purchased a cemetery lot on 10 Jan 1881.

[NI00842] The 1810 census has him in Kershaw Co., SC. The 1820 census has himin Sumter Co. and in 1830 was in Montgomery Co., AL

[NI00859] William Rollo sold 150 acres of land in Marlboro Co., SC for $500. In1783-1784 he received pay for military service in the RevolutionaryWar-Wilmington District, NC. Listed in 1800 SC census in Marlboro Co. Had 5 slaves. Sold land in Marlboro Co., SC in 1801. Bought 915acres of land in Kershaw Co., SC in 1809. Found in Deed Book F, p.126 dated 6 Nov 1809 in Marlboro Co., SC. Left will in Kershaw Co.,SC and left property to Andrew Bullard and child Nelson Bullard. Nomention of his children. John Rollo, his son, sold "my part" of aplantation belonging to his father, William Rollo, so he must havealready given his children the land they were to get. He signed hisname on deeds and in his will mentioned his books and his bible, proofhe could read and write.

[NI00861] Covington AL 1850 Agricultural Census

(26) Harrelson, Jonathan - value of farming implements and machinery $75, 2 horses, 9 milk cows, 4 working oxen, 18 other cattle, 50 swine, value of livestock $370, 150 bushels of Indian corn, 360 lbs. of rice, 10 bushels of peas and beans, 100 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 lbs. of butter, value of home-made manufactures $75, value of animals slaughtered $84

1850 Covington County Alabama Slave Schedule

Harrelson Jonathan 1

[NI00881] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Charles H. LANCE Self M Male W 71 TN Farmer GA GA
Bethany LANCE Wife M Female W 69 AL House Keeper AL AL
Mary A. LANCE Dau S Female W 30 MS TN AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Caledonia, Lowndes, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254655
NA Film Number T9-0655
Page Number 172A

[NI00882] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William J. STANLEY Self M Male W 64 AL Farmer NC NC
Rebecca STANLEY Wife M Female W 58 AL Keeping House NC NC
Mildred J. STANLEY Dau S Female W 36 AR At Home AL AL
William J. STANLEY1 Son S Male W 23 AL Farmer AL AL
Marth C. STANLEY Dau S Female W 28 AL At Home AL AL
Samuel A. STANLEY Son S Male W 18 AL Farmer AL AL

Note
1REL WAS DAU



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Source Information:
Census Place Township 14, Fayette, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254013
NA Film Number T9-0013
Page Number 442B

[NI00884] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Shed STANLY Self M Male W 56 AL Farmer AL AL
Mary C. STANLY Wife M Female W 52 MS House Keeper MS MS
A. L. STANLY Son S Male W 24 MS Works On Farm AL MS
W. S. STANLY Son S Male W 16 MS Works On Farm AL MS
E. Paralla STANLY Dau S Female W 20 MS AL MS
R. A. STANLY Son Male W 14 MS Works On Farm AL MS


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Source Information:
Census Place Caledonia, Lowndes, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254655
NA Film Number T9-0655
Page Number 176A

[NI00887] Sources: (From research done by Larry R. Stanley)
Georgia Revolutionary War Soldiers Graves, Vols. I & II," by Arnold and Burnham. Page 620
Shadrack Stanley served as a Lieutenant in the South Carolina Militia and was certified as a Revolutionary War Soldier by Colonel Elijah Clark.

WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA TAX RECORDS-1785-1805, by Frank Parker Hudson
Shadrack Standley; Capt. Thompson's Dist., 1785, Washcinton County, 287 ac.

Willkes County Lookup Vollum,e II page 32 1790 Wilkes County Tax Digest
Shadrick Standley, taxed on one poll, 287 and 1/2 acres Washington County, GA.

[NI00889] From research done by Larry R. Stanley

Elected, 1835, Commissioner for the covering and repairing of the bridge on the Alcova River at Brandon's Mill.
Elected, 1836, Road Commissioner 474 District
Elected, betw. 1841 - 1845, Gwinnett County Inferior Jury and Grand Jury
Military Service, 1812, helped to garrison Fort Daniel in Hog Mountain, Georgia
Military Service, 1836, Greek and Indian War, Gwinnett Greys
Tax Digest, 1805, James Stanley, McKinney District, Jackson County, near present town of Braselton, GA
Tax Digest, 1810, James Stanley, McKinney District, Jackson County

[NI00896] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James M. STANLEY Self M Male W 21 AL Farmer NC NC
Keedy An STANLEY Wife M Female W 22 AL Keeping House AL AL
William S. STANLEY Son S Male W 1 AL NC AL


Source Information:
Census Place Township 14, Fayette, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254013
NA Film Number T9-0013
Page Number 442B

[NI00910] ???????

Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James H. MEHARG Self M Male W 20 AL Farmer --- ---
Mary A. MEHARG Wife M Female W 26 AL Keeping House --- ---


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Source Information:
Census Place Township 14, Fayette, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254013
NA Film Number T9-0013
Page Number 442B

[NI00911] This baby not on 1880 census. Birth year must be wrong?

[NI00920] Descendants of John Presbury I, from Elana Anderson. Noted that "Resident of Chester, NH at time of marriage in 1786".

[NI00923] There is a Joseph Taylor listed on 1850 census, about right age, still in Plum Bayou, AR. Also in household is a 29 yr old Elizabeth and 3 yr old Cordelia. Elizabeth is listed first. Is this his wife & child.
Went to California in 1850 and then Washington Territory.
Worked on steamboats and then mining.

[NI00924] On the Plum Bason Twp., Jefferson County, AR Tax Lists for 1850 (page 079) & 1860 (page 753) and the 1860 Slave Schedule (Page 380).

[NI00934] Vermont Census, 1790-1860

1830 PRESTON OLIVER Windsor County VT 252 Royalton Federal Population Schedule VT 1830 Federal Census Index VTS3a1486393
1840 PRESTON OLIVER Windsor County VT 346 Royalton Federal Population Schedule VT 1840 Federal Census Index VTS4a2099281
1860 PRESTON OLIVER Windsor County VT 284 Royalton Federal Population Schedule VT 1860 Federal Census Index VT40666129

[NI00939] Has a 55 yr old Sarah H. Preston living with them in 1850...poss sister in law?

[NI00940] Vermont Census, 1790-1860
Viewing records 1-2 of 2 Matches


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1840 PRESTON ROYAL Rutland County VT 156 Wallingsford Federal Population Schedule VT 1840 Federal Census Index VTS4a2099328
1850 PRESTON ROYAL Rutland County VT 327 Wallingford Federal Population Schedule VT 1850 Federal Census Index VTS6a2318537


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[NI00946] Based on "Descendants of John Presbury I" information, from Elena Anderson, May 1998, Notes for William Presson I:"William Presson came from Beverly, and settled on Add. No. 44, nearly opposite where Rufus Phillips now lives. His wife Mary, took out administration on his estate in 1766". Source:"HIstory of Old Chester, " p. 576

[NI00947] 3b][4a] Raymond, Samuel, compiler, "Genealogies of the Raymond families of New England, 1630-1 to 1886." J. J. Little & Co., New York, printers. 1886. Therein (pg 123),

"Nathanel-6, son of John I, m. Rebecca, dau. of Lot Conant. She was b. 31 Jan 1671. His will was proved at Salem, 29 Jan 1749-50. Estate valued at £1,400 13s. 4d. He had, at Beverly, Mass.: David, b. Jan 13, 1692. Rebecca b. Nov 20, 1694, m...Sears. Elizabeth, b. May 26, 1697, m. her cousin, William Trow, Jan. 26, 1721. Benjamin (17), b. Dec 1, 1699. Judith, b. Nov 20, 1702, m. Benjamin Corning, Feb 6, 1723. Hannah, b. Oct 8, 1705, prob. m. (1) Richard Trow, Sept 14, 1735, m. (2) Joseph Corning. George (18), b. Dec 21 1707. Mary, b. Jan 31, 1710, m. William Preston, May 2, 1728. Nathaniel (19), b. Apl 1, 1712. John, b. Feb 19, 1716; not named in his father’s will. Nathaniel Raymond d. Jan 8, 1749, ae 78.10. Rebecca Raymond d. Dec 5, 1760, ae. 89.


[NI00986] DIMPLE LUVICA LOWRY HAAKMAN
March 12, 1923-November 23, 2000

Dimple Luvica Lowry Haakman passed away peacefully on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2000, surrounded by her family at the Plantation Health Care Center as the result of bone marrow cancer. She was the daughter of Albert Fred and Ethel Mae Roach Lowery, bon in Slick, Oklahoma on March 12, 1923.

Dimple moved to Sapulpa, Oklahoma at a young age and graduated from Sapulpa High School in 1940, where she received many honors. She was active in theater and attended girls state drama competition.

In 1952, she moved to Lake Jackson, Texas and worked for the James F. Crews CPA Firm and later at Dow Chemical. She attended Sapulpa Junior College and the University of Houston and achieved her certification as a professional secretary in 1955, as the first woman in Brazoria County to receive a CPS.

On December 26, 1957, she married the love of her life, John Engelbert Haakman. She is honored in memory by her husband of 42 years, John, of Lake Jackson, Texas; three children, Hans Haakman and wife Cheryl of Austin, Texas, Theresa Brittain and husband Mark of Austin, Texas and Andrea Haakman of Dallas, Texas; mother, Ethel Mae Lowry of Sapulpa, OK, formerly of Lake Jackson, Bert Ellen Davis and husband Sam of Suapulpa, OK, Jean Parker and husband Jerry of Tulsa, OK; many nieces and nephews and a host of friends.

Dimple was preceded in death by her father and her infant grandson, Trevor Brittain.

She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and Catholic Daughters of the Americas. Dimple was active in the Brazosport Little Theater in the fifties and the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority where she was recently recognized as a fifty year member. Her genuine concern for others earned her countless friends. She will be remembered for her charm and devotion to her family and died just as she lived iwth great courage and dignity.

The family would like to extend their special thanks to the many care givers and friends who provided Dimple with love and care in her final days. They wish to express their gratitude to her primary physician Dr. Irvin Sabrsula and Oncologist Dr. E. Falcon and staffs for their compassionate medical care and personal concern during her long illness.

TO ONE IN PARADISE

Thou Wast All That To Me, Love,
For Which My Soul Did Pine
A Green Isle In The Sea, Love,
A Fountain Adn A Shrine,
All WReathed With Fairy Fruits and Flowers,
And All The Flowers Were Mine.
Ah, Dream Too Bright To Last!
Therefore, To Thee This Night
I Will No Requiem Raise,
But Waft Thee On Thy Flight,
With A Paean Of Old Days
.
Edgar Allen Poe, 1845

[NI00987] Subject: Dear Family of Hans en Mies Jongejan-Haakman

Dear relatives,
You have heurd of the death of Aunt Mies last Friday morning at 08.15am,

local time.
She has been seriously ill for 4 months and these months were heavy, for

her, for Hans and for the others.
Enclosed you find some pictures of Mies. The coffin is in the little
room at the lower floor of her house in Schoorl.
Tuesday night from 19-21 hrs. there will be an opportunity to say the
last goodbyes to her. The next morning we'll all gather in the church
and after a short service we'll go to the cemetary.
I hope you appreciate me sending the pictures. I'll try to E-mail a copy

of the card that will be printed this afternoon.
Would you be so kind to transfer the message to Jan Haakman's part of
the family. I don't have an address of him or his children.
Greetings,
Aat Bal (Josien's friend)

[NI00989] Josien Jongejan (1961) and aat bal, jasper and rosanne
B von Suttnerlaan 10
1187 SV Amstelveen

[NI00996] My mother Ferdinanda (Nan) Hilckmann-Jonker was married to Melchior Hilckmann in Alkmaar, the brother of your grandmother (I hope this is correct). Can you please let your mother Joke Weever in Calgary, and Jan Haakman in Dallas know that my mother passed away yesterday. She was 90 years old. It was no shock, we knew it had to happen. But then when it happens there is still sadness. She was the connection to our past and now that book has closed.
Last weekend my brother informed us that mom was having chest pains and a subsequent visit to the doctor confirmed that they could not do anything for her but keep her comfortable. She was ready and when it did happen it was very quick. Typically and befitting her, she was on her way to the kitchen. She never knew it actually happened. Talked with her the day before. She was very alert, tired but in good spirits. The last 40 years of her life were very good to her. She very much enjoyed staying in touch with your mother.

[NI01004] nick jongejan (1955) and wanda dijkstra (1958), jill (1994) and vera (1998)
soestdijkseweg noord 427
3723 HE Bilthoven

[NI01009] Her birthdate came from her tombstone inscription, but on the 1860 Panola County census she is listed as 9 yrs old and her brother, Henry, is listed as 11 years old. Did they mix the two up?

[NI01039] Source: North Carolina State Archives, Colonial Court Records, Taxes & Accounts, 1679-1754, CCR 190,
Tax Lists, Perquimans County, 1702-1754

Charles Jordan listed as owning taxable property.

[NI01046] Research by Larry R. Stanley:
Identified in 1840 Gwinnett Co., GA Census: Listed as between 20-30 years old, a wife between 20-30 years old and a daughter under 5 years.

[NI01051] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
J. Young STANLEY Self M Male W 56 GA Farmer MD GA
Elizabeth C. STANLEY Wife M Female W 46 GA Keeping House GA GA
Caroline STANLEY Dau S Female W 14 GA At School GA GA
Mary STANLEY Dau S Female W 11 GA At School GA GA
Elizabeth STANLEY Dau S Female W 6 GA At School GA GA


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Source Information:
Census Place Lawrenceville, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254149
NA Film Number T9-0149
Page Number 501C

[NI01059] ?????
Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Henry STANLEY Self M Male W 43 GA Clerk In Store SC SC
Talitha STANLEY Wife M Female W 40 GA Keeps House SC SC
C. Jane HARRIS SDau S Female W 18 GA At School GA GA
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Source Information:
Census Place District 92, Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254148
NA Film Number T9-0148
Page Number 236B

[NI01063] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John T. STANLEY Self M Male W 36 GA Farmer GA GA
Sarah STANLEY Wife M Female W 36 GA Keeping House GA GA
Octavia STANLEY Dau S Female W 15 GA Works On Farm GA GA
John S. STANLEY Son S Male W 13 GA Works On Farm GA GA
Martha A. STANLEY Dau S Female W 11 GA At Home GA GA
Sarah F. STANLEY Dau S Female W 9 GA GA GA
Charles F. STANLEY Son S Male W 7 GA GA GA
Mary F. STANLEY Dau S Female W 5 GA GA GA
Pearly O. STANLEY Dau S Female W 2 GA GA GA


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Source Information:
Census Place Ben Smith, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254150
NA Film Number T9-0150
Page Number 544D

[NI01070] Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Alen BONAPORT Self M Male W 32 GA Tanner TN TN
Louisa BONAPORT Wife M Female W 31 GA Keeping House GA GA
Clarence BONAPORT Son S Male W 11 GA At School GA GA
Kate BONAPORT Dau S Female W 7 GA GA GA
Barney BONAPORT Son S Male W 3 GA GA GA
James BONAPORT Son S

1880

Source Information:
Census Place Sugar Hill, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254149
NA Film Number T9-0149
Page Number 396B

[NI01071] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Vines ALLEN Self M Male W 24 GA Farming GA GA
Georgia ALLEN Wife M Female W 23 GA Keeping House GA GA


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Source Information:
Census Place Sugar Hill, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254149
NA Film Number T9-0149
Page Number 396B

[NI01073] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Early J. STANLY Self M Male W 30 GA Farmer GA GA
Flora STANLY Wife M Female W 21 GA Keeping House --- ---


Source Information:
Census Place Lawrenceville, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254149
NA Film Number T9-0149
Page Number 500A

[NI01074]

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Samuel L. HINTON Self M Male W 34 GA Md & Farmer GA GA
Alice D. HINTON Wife M Female W 27 GA Keeping House GA GA
Alina E. HINTON Dau S Female W 8 GA GA GA
Susan C. HINTON Dau S Female W 6 GA GA GA
Ada HINTON Dau S Female W 3 GA GA GA


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Source Information:
Census Place Ben Smith, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254150
NA Film Number T9-0150
Page Number 540C

[NI01075] From Larry R. Stanley's research:
Elected Member of Georgia Old Time Fiddlers Association. Once won first place in annual competition.

[NI01077] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jef AMBROSE1 Self M Male W 20 GA Farm Laborer GA GA
Dora AMBROSE Wife M Female W 18 GA Keeping House GA GA


Census Place Cains, Gwinnett, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254149
NA Film Number T9-0149
Page Number 522C

[NI01111] Died from blood poisoning from cut of saw blade (From research by Larry R. Stanley)

[NI01221] On the 1860 Panola County census there was a child "James" listed with this birth year. Mistake or name change???

never married per 1930 census

[NI01225] in 1930 census, son, Frank Marion, lists his birthplace as SC

[NI01226] She fell and broke her hip when MARY BROOKS WILLIAMS was an infant and she never recovered from the injury.
Source: Those Amazing Wyatts


in 1930, son, Frank Marion lists her birthplace as GA

[NI01229] Listed on the 1850 Census for Panola County, Texas.

[NI01231] Listed on the 1850 Census for Panola County, Texas
1850-1857 - Justice of the Peace in Panola County, Texas

Aug. 15, 1850 Panola County Deed book, listed as Chief Justice of Panola County.

[NI01235] Came to Texas in 1838, settling near Trammel Trace in the Sugar Hill area.

[NI01236] On Census for Knox County, Tennessee by 1830.

[NI01253] 1860 Panola County, Tx Census
Lists him as a farmer with $2,800 personal worth and $8,000 land worth

Aug. 23, 1850 and Aug. 19, 1852
Listed in Panola County Deed Book as Chief Justice of Panola County.

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Panola County Voter’s List

1865-1866
Jun 25, 1866
Metcalf I.N.
Jan 29, 1866
Metcalf James
Jan 22, 1866
Metcalf S.I.
Sep 29, 1865
Metcalf S.J.
Oct 28, 1865
Metcalf U.S.
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Old Beckville
by Sally Metcalf Dawson


Mr. John Garner and Mr. William Appling built stores on the east side of Wall’s Branch and Mr. S.J. Metcalf later built on the west side. A saloon was constructed near the stores at a later date.

[NI01260] 1860 Panola County, Texas Census
Living with this family

Hardin, Wiley Age 18 b. TX
Hardin, John F. Age 11 b. TX

Jane's children from first marriage.

[NI01265] 1880 Marshall County, Alabama Census, Beat #2 Crossroads
Also living with John L. Russell family:

Fletcher, William B M 27 "worker on farm" b. TN father b. TN mother b. SC

Living next door was John's widowed mother:

Russell, Laura Age 53, b. SC father b. SC mother b. FL
Russell, Abby Age 26 b. AL dau
Russell, William Age 22 b. AL son
Russell, James Age 21 b. AL son
Russell, Betty Age 18 b. AL dau
Russell, Emmy Age 16 dau

Ennis, Wesley Age 12 Orphan b. AL father b. AL mother b. SC

Tate, Charley B m 19 "works on farm" b. AL father b. AL mother b. AL
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1880 Household:

Source Information:
Census Place Cross Roads, Marshall, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254024
NA Film Number T9-0024
Page Number 215B


Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John L. RUSSELL Self M Male W 34 AL Farmer TN SC
Martha E. RUSSELL Wife M Female W 26 SC Keeping House SC SC
James B. RUSSELL Son S Male W 7 AL AL SC
Alfred E. RUSSELL Son S Male W 6 AL AL SC
William T. RUSSELL Son S Male W 5 AL AL SC
Sammy RUSSELL Son S Male W 1 AL AL SC
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At the upper end of Pine Island on the Tennessee River, there was a Indian town, Coste, reached by Desoto on July 2, 1540. Near the head of the island were the remains and evidences if a town. Creek Path Town, the Indian name for which was Kusa-nunnahi, was located on the east bank of Brown Creek on the old Russell place about four mile southeast of Guntersville. This was a Cherokee town about 1785 and got its name from the fact that it was situated on the Creek Path which extended from Talladega Creek to the Tombigbee River. This was a very important Cherokee town having about four or five hundred inhabitants, one-third of the entire Cherokee population in Alabama at that time. One of the earliest mission schools was established there and called the Creek Path Mission School. Another Indian village in Marshall County was Gunter's Village, an Important Cherokee town deriving its name from the head man. John Gunter, a Scotsman who married an Indian woman and was admitted into the tribe. This settlement was known as having many intelligent Cherokees. It was situated on the old Indian trail, known as Creek Path that extended from this town across Sand Mountain To Wills and Turkey Town, and thence to Coosa Old Town at the mouth of Talladega Creek. This trail in most part the route used by Gen. Andrew Jackson during his Campaign against the Creek, 1813-14. Cherokees from Gunter’s Village gave Gen. Jackson important military aid during the campaign.

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[NI01266] 1900 Marshall County, Alabama
Listed as the mother of 12 children; 8 living
Can not read and write
All children list father as being born in AL and mother in SC


Possible Brothers?
McGehee Hezekiah J.-Fletcher Nancy Rebecca 22 Oct 1871 G.W. Wilcox
McGee Bill-Henry Laura 23 Sep 1873 James M. Kelly
McGeehe Samuel-Tucker Frances K. 22 Aug 1869 G.W. Wilcox's
From Marshall County Marriage Records

Appears that they were all born in AL, parents: Samuel Hezekiah McGehee and Elizabeth Mansfield. If not brothers, they could be cousins as Martha lists her birth place as SC.


Civil War Service Records
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge Notes Allegiance
McGehee Hezekiah I 1 Mounted Rifles. Arkansas Private Private McGeehe, Heykiah Confederate


Marshall County Marriages:
#069-80 John H. McGEEHEE to Rebecca J. CRAIG on August 28, 1881, by
E. F. Wallace, MG, at Samuel McGeehee’s. Bond: John H. McGeehee (his mark)
and Anda J. Craig (his mark).

#057-68 A. Douglass JONES to Eliza Jane McGEEHEE on June 15, 1881, by
F. M. Wallace, MG, at her house. Bond: A. Douglass Jones (his mark) and
George W. Jones (his mark). Attest: John S. Bennett.

#110-121 Samuel P. McGEHEE to Sarah W. McMILLIAN on December 1, 1881, by John A.
Bryan, MG, at Andrew Craig’s. Bond: Samuel P. McGehee and James R. Sutton.

[NI01267] 1900 Marshall County, Alabama Census:
Listed his father born in AL and mother in SC
Could read and write
Farmer

[NI01268] In 1910 Living with brother, Arthur and mother, Martha.
In 1920 living with sister Lula McClendon and her family.

[NI01270] 1850 Census for Dist. #22 Marshall County, Alabama
Listed him as a farmer. Value $2700
Also living with them: Jane Smith Age 50 from VA and Joshua Russell Age 66 from VA, a saddler.
Living next door were the McCains.

1870 Census for Guntersville, Marshall County, Alabama:
Russell, Jane Age 32 was living with this family. Could this be his daughter from a first marriage?
Also living with them
Spotts, Mary Age 19 b. AL
Alfred's land value was $1,200 and his personal property $1,000.
He was not able to read and write.
His father was born in Tenn and his mother in SC.

Alfred's son John L. is living in this household at age 21 and his personal worth is listed as $300[Brøderbund Family Archive #255, Ed. 1, Land Records AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI 1790-1907, Date of Import: Jul 16, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.255.1.54941.7]

Patentee Name: Russell, Alfred G.
Accession Number: AL3110__.192
State: Alabama
Volume: 3110
Page: 192
Document Number: 7273
Land Office: Lebanon
Aliquot Part Reference: E½NW
Section Number: 15
Township: 8 South
Range: 3 East
Meridian/Survey Area: Huntsville Meridian
Act/Treaty Authorizing Sale: Sale-Cash Entries
Date Signed: Mar 1, 1845
Acreage: 79.81

Signed: Yes, the document on file at the BLM contains a signature.

Fractional Section: Yes, section 15, ot which this land record refers, is factional due to the presence of a geographical feature such as a lake, pond, river, etc.
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According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athens Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334
Alfred went to Alabama, married ____ and had 12 children by his first wife and several children by his 2nd wife.
He was a saddle and harness maker by trade.Settled in the town of Guntersville, Marshall County, AL on the Tennessee River where he raised a large family and died.

1850 census District #22Marshall Co AL
1870 Census Guntersville, Marshall Co AL
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Researching Russell, Loveless, Williamson (mother of Laura Loveless).
Alfred Grason Russell married Laura Loveless in Marshal Co. 1847. They
lived in Brown's Valley in Creekpath School. I have maps. Loveless and
Williamson came from Laurens, SC. They were Cherokee. Old note says
Jemima Hicks Timmons was interpreter for King Pathkiller and mother of
Clarissa Williamson.
Larry Russell
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"Came to Ala 1828 settled in Limestone Co.; had tannery until 1837 then came to Marshall County and had mercantile business..."
Source: letter from Vinnie Hunt Williams to Curtis Russell Dec. 7, 1950 regarding A.G. Russell

[NI01271] 1900 Crossroads, Marshall County, Alabama Census.
Laura was 73 years old and widowed. Her son James (age 41) and daughter Emma (age 37) were living with her. Laura and James could read and write but Emma could not. Next door lived Martha, her daughter-in-law, also widowed. Apparently Laura's son, John L., died before 1900.
Note: James and Emma listed both parents as being born in SC.??

Source: Wade Lovelace
"The reason that Laura was in Marshall County is that her Uncle Allen Loveless won land there in the Georgia Land Lottery and became the first Coroner of the County."

[NI01273] According to the 1870 census, she attended school.

[NI01274] According to the 1870 census, he attended school at age 11.

[NI01290] 1900 Marshall County, Alabama Census
Listed parents as father born NC, mother born TN

Note: This John King was working on David Jordan's farm at age 17 in 1880

[NI01291] Alabama Death Records
Goerge W Lang 07 Mar 1959 Marshall 12 5993 6

Listed in Mary's obituary as "brother"

[NI01293] Listed in Mary's Obituary as sister (other's are listed as 1/2)

[NI01294] ????
1930 Federal Census - Has to be him?

Lang, Boyd H View Image Online
Age: 34 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Alabama Roll: T626_40
Race: White Page: 9A

State: Alabama ED: 29

County: Marshall Image: 0128

Township: Grassy
Relationship: Head
Lang, Callie View Image Online
Age: 30 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_40
Race: Page: 9A

State: Alabama ED: 29

County: Marshall Image: 0128

Township: Grassy
Relationship: Wife

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Lang, Goldie R View Image Online
Age: 11 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_40
Race: Page: 9A

State: Alabama ED: 29

County: Marshall Image: 0128

Township: Grassy
Relationship: Daughter

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Lang, Evelyn C View Image Online
Age: 7 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_40
Race: Page: 9A

State: Alabama ED: 29

County: Marshall Image: 0128

Township: Grassy
Relationship: Daughter

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Lang, Ida S View Image Online
Age: 2 1.12 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_40
Race: Page: 9A

State: Alabama ED: 29

County: Marshall Image: 0128

Township: Grassy
Relationship: Daughter

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Lang, Hugh B View Image Online
Age: 2 1.12 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_40
Race: Page: 9A

State: Alabama ED: 29

County: Marshall Image: 0128

Township: Grassy
Relationship: Son

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Alabama Death Records

Boyd H Lang 19 May 1944 Marshall 20 9941 4

[NI01295] 1920 Census shows birth as Texas, but he was on the 1900 Alabama Census
1920 U.S. Census • Texas • Upshur • All Townships • ED# 114

????????maybe
DEWEY KING 30 May 1898 Jul 1985 76109 (Fort Worth, Tarrant, TX) (none specified) 450-07-2193 Texas



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Alabama Death Records
Infant Lang May 1928 Marshall 26 3 Inf. of Dewey Lang 12540


Listed in Mary's obituary as 1/2 brother

[NI01297] There was a J.G. Russell who owned land adjacent to the Russell Family Cemetery in Marshall County, AL in 1938. I believe it was this John.

[NI01299] Information on the Russell Family Cemetery was given by a Mrs. Miner McClendon of Guntersville in 1938. She claimed that John and Mattie (Martha) were her parents and Charlie and Susie Bell were her sisters. Since there were no other girls in this generation, I am assuming that this Martha married a Miner McClendon.

[NI01305] Living with father and stepmother in 1860, Guntersville at age 24
Living with brother Sam in 1880 in Huntsville, AL
Living with brother Sam in 1900 in Huntsville, AL
Never married

[NI01306] 4th Alabama Cavalry (Russell's)Co. I PVT/SGT

CONFEDERATE PENSIONS

RUSSELL S. H. 16801 Huntsville June 14,1861-June 15,1865 $18.60

[NI01307] ussell, Alfred View Image Online
Age: 91 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Alabama Roll: T626_4
Race: White Page: 1B

State: Alabama ED: 37

County: Blount Image: 0522

Township: Oneonta
Relationship: Head

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Russell, Samuel H View Image Online
Age: 54 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_4
Race: Page: 1B

State: Alabama ED: 37

County: Blount Image: 0522

Township: Oneonta
Relationship: Son

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Russell, Eloise View Image Online
Age: 11 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_4
Race: Page: 1B

State: Alabama ED: 37

County: Blount Image: 0522

Township: Oneonta
Relationship: Grandaughter

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Russell, George View Image Online
Age: 8 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_4
Race: Page: 1B

State: Alabama ED: 37

County: Blount Image: 0522

Township: Oneonta
Relationship: Grandson

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Russell, Aubrey View Image Online
Age: 7 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_4
Race: Page: 1B

State: Alabama ED: 37

County: Blount Image: 0522

Township: Oneonta
Relationship: Grandson

[NI01308] Living with father & stepmother in 1860, Guntersville, AL
1870 - 1900 living with brother, Sam in Huntsville, AL
never married

[NI01310] 4th Alabama Cavalry (Russell's)
Co H. Private

1870 Marshall County, AL Census - Warrenton P.O. Page 154

[NI01313] Upshur County Obit - Mrs E L Baird

Contributed by: Lea Ann Tedford


The Gilmer Mirror: Oct 12, 1961


FINAL RITES FOR MRS. E.L. BAIRD HELD HERE SUNDAY

Mrs. Surrelda Baird, 79, lifelong resident of Upshur County, died at
her home in New Hope Community Friday. Services were held in Croley
Funeral Chapel Sunday at 2p.m. Interment was in New Hope Cemetery.

Mrs. Baird was married to E.L. Baird, who preceded her in death on Aug.
28, 1940. She had been a member of the Baptist Church since childhood.

Surviving are six sons, B.C. and O.R. Baird of Route 3, Gilmer, T.E. Baird,
Raymondville; J.D. Baird, Edinburg; and H.E. Baird, White Oak, and D.W.
Baird, Houston; a daughter, Mrs. Bable Painter, Gilmer; 15 grandchildren;
10 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Ezra Cox, Rhonseboro; E.W. Cox, Route
3, Gilmer; three sisters, Mrs. Pearlie McGee, Big Sandy; Mrs. Gertrude Hill,
Route 3, Gilmer; and Mrs. Bessie Vessell, Route 3, Gilmer.

The Rev. Glen Perry officiated at the service and the burial was in New Hope
Cemetery.

Pallbearers were E.D. Baird, Tom Baird, Larry Painter, Jerry Baird, Robert
Baird, and Billy Fennell.

Croley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[NI01317] Upshur County Obit - Sidney R Cox

Contributed by: Lea Ann Tedford


The Gilmer Mirror: March 28, 1946

SIDNEY R. COX TAKEN BY DEATH

Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 at Cross Roads
Baptist Church for Sidney Riggs Cox, 62, who died Monday night in a
local hospital after an illness of three weeks.

Mr. Cox was born and reared in the county and spent his life farming
in the Cross Roads community.

Survivors are his widow, three daughters, Mrs. Hazel Pettit, Mrs.
Allena May and Mrs. Dorthy Stilwell; a nephew, Raymond Paul Adkisson,
whom Mr. Cox had reared as a son since early youth; two brothers,
Ezra and Emerson Cox; sis siters, Mrs. Vera Willingham, Mrs. Odie
Adkisson, Mrs. Gertrude Hill, Mrs. Shrelda Baird, Mrs. Bessie Vessel.
Two grandsons and two granddaughters survive also.

The Rev. R.E. Ferguson, assisted by the Rev. Obie Baker, officiated at
the services which were arranged by Croley Funerl Home.

Interment was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

[NI01320] Willis was a wonderful man, but could not stay sober. My Dad said after a
dry spell he said, “Rufus, my family will never see me drunk again.” They
didn’t. When he started to drink again, he shot himself. Sure tore my Dad
up.

[NI01325] Found dead at home
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According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athens Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334
According to this letter, Joshua, our grandfather, immigrated to East TN, settled in the town of Blountville, Sullivan County. and there he married Nancy Richardson, May 12, 1808. They had four children, Joseph Hooker, John Golaspy, Alfred Grayson, and Evalina Russell.
This letter says that Joshua was born Oct. 29, 1787?? and died 1857-1858
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First Landowners of Sullivan County, TN by Mrs. John Vineyard 1974
Page 74

Grantor: Richardson, Jane
Grantee: Joshua Russell
Property: L. 32 Blt
Date: 22 Aug. 1815
(B7-11)
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Sullivan County, Tennessee
Deed Book Number 6
1809-1815

Page 469

Deed of Conveyance
Thomas Anderson
to
Joshua Russell

Date: Aug. 21, 1809
Consideration: A valuable consideration
Amt. of land: 1 qrtr acre
Location: Town of Blountville, Sullivan Co
Description: A lot, No. 32, in the town of Blountville containing 1/4 acres
Wit: John Anderson, J. Isaack
Acknowledged: By Thomas Anderson, Sullivan Co, TN, Aug, 1809
Test: Mattw. Rhea, C.S.C, by his deputy
Regst: (No date given)

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History of Rogersville, Tennessee
by Warren M. Amyx
October 10, 1975

The first settlements were established in Carter's Valley, a short distance from New Canton. Most of the people that moved and settled the area were the young runaways from richer families that lived in Virginia.18
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An Early History of Hawkins County
from Rogersville Review, Sesquicentennial Edition
November 26, 1936

Hawkins County was formed from Sullivan county by the state of North Carolina in 1786

[NI01328] 1860 Census has:
Russell, Jos. H. 51
Jos. T. 18
Hugh W. 15
Mary F. 12
Irving F. 10
Margaret S. 9
Sarah E. 5

Sources:
1850 TN census: Russell, Joseph 42, Mary 40, James 18, Alexander 16, John 14, Robert 12, Samuel 10, Jane 8, Joseph 6, Hugh 4, Susan 1, Alice 21 (Who are Susan and Alice? They are not listed in family of Joseph in Russell letter or other family records.)
In 1870 census Lousiana Roach (Sister) was living with Joseph Hooker Russell
Joseph believed to be cousin of William Alexander Allison ?
According to letter from W.A. Allison - at time of letter "Joe was living in Rogersville TN last known"

Told to Camoleon Allison by Fannie Allison -In spiral notebook in Canton home.
1850 censusFamily
Family records from written by W.A. Allison 25 Dec 1889
According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334. According to this letter married and settled near the town of Rogersville, Hawkins County TN. where he reared a large family and died there.
Johnson Cemetery - 1 1/2 miles west of Rogersville TN on Russell/Allison Property. Stones no longer exist.

Johnson Cemetery 1 1/2 miles west of Rogersville on Russell/Allison Property. Stones no longer exist and neither does the family home.

[NI01329] This info was taken from "Cemeteries of Athens, Alabama."

LOT # 27 - Russell - See also Lot # 142
Russell, John Galaspey (Gillespie?) - 1810 / 1 Aug. 1881 Obituary in
paper of 17 Aug. states that J. G. Russell came from
Hawkins Co., TN, in 1835 and married Eliza Jane
McAlister of Madison County.
Eliza Jane (McAlister) - 10 Nov. 1816 / 10 Oct. 1864
James Edgar - 1843 / 1870
Ida Evalina - 1849 / 1913

Lot # 38 - McAllister
McAllister, Mary Ella - 24 Non. 1856 / 24 May 1864
William - 28 July 1860 / 21 Dec. 1902 - "Will McAllister
died at the home of Dr. W.J. Hagan where he had come
from his home in Decatur two weeks before. He is
survived by his sister, Mrs. J.D. Hunt, and brother
Al McAllister," stated the local paper.
John - 21 Feb.1820 / 25 Mar. 1877 - born in Mooresville and
married Evalina Russell in Oct. 1849. He was a member
of the firm of E.J. Russell & Co. according to the
obituary in the local paper.
Mrs. Evalina Russell - 23 Mar. 1814 / 15 July 1894

Lot # 142 - Russell
Russell, Edwin Jerome - 23 Nov. 1840 / 24 Jan. 1917
Mrs. Zue - 1 Mar. 1848 / 20 Feb. 1914 - born Mt. Pleasant,
TN., Zuella Isabelle Mitchell Russell was the
daughter of Rev. George Mitchell, long time minister
of the Athens C.P. Church.
George Mitchell "Mitch" - 20 Oct. 1872 / 24 Sept. 1908 -
confined to a wheel chair because of crippling
arthritis, Mitch was still an effective businessman.
James Edgar - 24 Sept. 1874 / 18 Oct. 1875 - son of EJ & ZM
Sam Donald - 20 July 1885 / 19 Dec. 1958/1959
Miss Zella - 10 Aug. 1878 / 9 Mar. 1945
Edwin Jerome, Jr. - 7 Jan. 1870 / 26 Aug. 1872

According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334.
According to this letter , John Golaspy Russell, "our father", came to this town Athens (AL) Jan 31, 1831.married Eliza Jane McAllister, Nov 20, 1832. He died August 1, 1880.

John went to Athens, AL, married _____ and had several children - one girl Ida (or Annie) and several boys.

From Internet: John GARLAND Russell bonr 4/14/1810 died 8/2/1881 in Rogersville Tn??

News clipping regarding death

[NI01330] According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334
According to this letter, Joshua, our grandfather, immigrated to East TN, settled in the town of Blountville, Sullivan County. and there he married Nancy Richardson, May 12, 1808. They had four children, Joseph Hooker, John Golaspy, Alfred Grayson, and Evalina Russell.
According to this letter, Evalina came to thhis twon from Rogersville, East Tenn. Her mother being dead in the year of 1836. She married John McAllister, my mother's brother (Eliza Jane McAllister who married John Golaspy Russell). He died in 1874. She is the only surviving member of Grandfather Russell's children. She has 3 children, Samuel, Alvin, William and A. Eliza

News clipping list death and burial dates



Household Record 1880 United States Census




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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Eveline MC ALISTER Self W Female W 60 TN Keeping House VA TN
Anna E. MC ALISTER Dau S Female W 29 AL At Home AL TN
S. Allen MC ALISTER Son S Male W 26 AL Book Keeper AL TN
Sophia A. PATTESON Other S Female W 50 AL At Home TN IRE
Ida RUSSELL Other S Female W 30 AL At Home TN AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Athens, Limestone, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254020
NA Film Number T9-0020
Page Number 428B

[NI01333] Info from WA Allison's letter
"James disappeared after the war"
"James went to Little Rock Ark".
Mary died of fever
"James went to Texas and Married: 2nd wife ______
has not been heard from since 1862"
Info from Mildred Wall
"He went to either Little Rock or Washington Co AK. 2m to Mary Philips Rush.

[NI01337] Died at 21 years old with "Rheumatism"
Never married

[NI01338] Robert died at 20 with "fever"
never married
????????
dates don't jive on this one

Checking the 1880 census, there is a widowed Robert P. Russell living in TN with a son Clifford...probably this family and couldn't be my Robert Patton. I think this information given to me is the wrong Robert P.


Robert Patton Russell b. 1838 Rogersville, Hawkins Co., TN. d. 1858 Upland, CA.
married
Laura Mayo (no info. on her)
Clifford Mayo Russell (only child I know of)
b. 2/20/1870 TN.
d. 7/20/1830 Ontario CA.

He married Nellie Gray Harrington
b. 4/20/1874 Georgia?
d. 5/31/1940 Ontario, CA.

Nellie Gray's Parents were:

H. W. (Hamilton/Hamp) Harrington
b. 4/5/1835 Georgia or Mississippi?
d. 4/30/1899
married: Cornelia Morgan b. 3/25/1840/48 d. 10/5/1920 AR.

children
John William Kimble Harrington b. 1860
Ella D. Harrington b. abt. 1866/67
William Harrington b. abt. 1872/73
Callie Harrington b. 4/20/1874
Nellie Gray Harrington b. 4/20/1874
Franklin Harrington b. 9/22/1877 (twin)
Mary Frances Harrington b. 9/22/1877
Louis Harrington b. 4/14/1883
Macon Harrington b. 8/13/1886
(I believe all were born in AR.)

Nellie Gray Harrington
married
Clifford Mayo Russell

Children:
John Mayo Russell (my dad) b. 2/14/1912 Graysonia, AR.
d. 9/25/1981
They had many more children. All now gone.

[NI01339] Samuel died in Indianapolis Federal Hospital in 1863-64 of spinal infection after 3 weeks service in the confederate army.

Source: Letter from William A. Allison

[NI01341] 1860 Hawkins County Census
District #10
District 10 Of The 1860 Hawkins County Census


198 193 Russell Joseph 51 M
" Joseph 18 M
Wilson Benj 28 M (Should be "Allison")
" Nancy 19 F
Roach Lousiana 45 F
Russell Hugh 15 M
" Mary 12 F
" Irving 10 M
" Margaret 9 F
" Sarah 5 F

Daughter, Nora, listed her birthplace as VA in 1930

[NI01342] 1880

Source Information:
Census Place District 10, Hawkins, Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255261
NA Film Number T9-1261
Page Number 360A


B. F. ALLISON Self M Male W 48 VA Brickmason VA VA
Nancy J. ALLISON Wife M Female W 40 TN Keeping House TN TN
Wm. A. ALLISON Son S Male W 18 TN Brick Mason VA TN
Anna L. ALLISON Dau S Female W 14 TN At Home VA TN
Chas. M. ALLISON Son S Male W 12 TN At Home VA TN
Jno. E. ALLISON Son S Male W 10 TN VA TN
Nora E. ALLISON Dau S Female W 5 TN VA TN
James R. ALLISON Son S Male W 7 TN VA TN
Thos. G. ALLISON Son S Male W 4 TN VA TN
Margaret L. ALLISON Dau S Female W 8M TN VA TN

[NI01343] Living with father at age 18 in 1860 in Rogersville, Hawkins, TN
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GROOM BRIDE LIC. DATE MARR. DATE
Russell, Joseph Norman, Elizabeth 13 Nov 1867

http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnhawkin/marcomg.htm

[NI01345] Hugh was married and living at Mooresbury TN at time of letter. (1881) He had one girl and one boy.

In 1880 census Hugh had sister Maggie and Aunt Louisana Roach living with him.

Hugh RUSSELL Self S Male W 35 TN Works On Farm TN TN
Magg RUSSELL Sister S Female W 28 TN Keeping House TN TN
Lousian ROACH Aunt S Female W 68 TN At Home TN TN

[NI01347] Grandmother of Floyd Webster (Webster's Dictionary)

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Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John WEBSTER Self M Male W 73 TN Farmer MD MD
Sarah WEBSTER Wife M Female W 73 TN Keeping House VA VA
Andrew J. WEBSTER Son M Male W 36 TN Farmer TN TN
Mary F. WEBSTER DauL M Female W 33 TN Keeping House TN TN
Joseph W. WEBSTER GSon S Male W 3 TN TN TN
Flora B. WEBSTER GDau S Female W 1 TN TN TN


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Source Information:
Census Place District 15, Hawkins, Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255260
NA Film Number T9-1260
Page Number 189C

[NI01350] Ervin was living near St. Clais TN at time of letter and had 8 chn - 2 boys and 6 girls

Not with family on 1850 census so born after that

info on children from 1880 census and cemetery records

1880

Source Information:
Census Place District 1, Hawkins, Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255260
NA Film Number T9-1260
Page Number 175C

Ervin RUSSELL Self M Male W 31 TN Farm Hand TN TN
Louraney RUSSELL Wife M Female W 25 TN Keeping House TN TN
Robert RUSSELL Son S Male W 5 TN TN TN
Arminda RUSSELL Dau S Female W 4 TN TN TN
Dollie RUSSELL Dau S Female W 3 TN TN TN
Matilda RUSSELL Dau S Female W 1 TN TN TN

[NI01352] Living with brother Hugh in 1880 and aunt Louisiana

[NI01354] ?????
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Tom CARREL Self M Male W 25 TN Works On Farm TN TN
Sallie CARREL Wife M Female W 25 TN Keeping House TN TN
Minie CARREL Dau S Female W 3 TN At Home TN TN


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Source Information:
Census Place District 12, Hawkins, Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255261
NA Film Number T9-1261
Page Number 350B
Household:

[NI01355] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
H. G. STEGALL Self M Male W 55 GA Farmer GA GA
Martha STEGALL Wife M Female W 41 GA Keeping House GA GA
L. W. STEGALL Son S Male W 18 MS GA GA
A. L. STEGALL Dau S Female W 14 MS GA GA
Henry STEGALL Son S Male W 12 MS GA GA
Robert STEGALL Son S Male W 8 MS GA GA
J. A. STEGALL Dau S Female W 6 MS GA GA


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Source Information:
Census Place District 3, Alcorn, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254640
NA Film Number T9-0640
Page Number 296D

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Confederate Pension App

Stegall, Martha 24523 Upshur Stegall, Hensley Zachariah

[NI01384] Arrived Texas c. 1835 and camped at Phillips Springs near Gladewater, Upshur County.
Scouted around and decided to make his home on Little White Oak Creek.
Built his house of cypress logs hauled from Jefferson by ox cart and paid one dollar in gold for each hand hewn log.
1848-Appointed one of the commissioners chosen to select the site for the county seat of Upshur County, which was to be named Gilmer.

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Benjamin Gage

From: The North Carolina GAGE FAMILY, compiled by Clyde Vantassel Gage, NY; p. 69

THE FAMILY OF BENJAMIN GAGE OF UPSHUR COUNTY, TEXAS AND RELATED FAMILIES

Benjamin Gage came to Texas from Indiana. He traveled through Kentucky, on to Tennessee and from Tennessee to Texas camping along and scouting about. He was one of the old "Trail Blazers", helped build bridges, etc. He camped at the Filips Springs three miles north of Gladwater, Texas but the location did not suit him, so he scouted around a few days and located on Little White Oak Creek about 12 miles northwest of the springs. There he established a gristmill and tan yard.

Upshur County was unorganized at that time. The Governor of Texas appointed Benjamin Gage, Benjamin Fuller and M. M. Robertson commissioners (confirmed by legislature in 1849) to select a site for the county seat of the newly created county. The selected and bought the president site of Gilmet from Matthew Cartwright, famed trader and early Texas Land owner.

When the Gage home was built along White Oak Creek, his nearest neighbors were several miles away. The area rapidly filled with settlers in the first few years after Texas became a State.

Two men were paid $1.00 in gold for each log they had hewed for the Gage home. They were Alec Marsh and Billy Green whose descendants reside in and around Upshur County today (1960).

When the men had finished hewing the logs which were hauled from Jefferson, the neighbors joined in a house raising. They used wooden pegs to fasten the logs together and constructed a two story house 171/2 x 30 feet. It has a large fireplace at one end and one large porch on the front with another on the back.

The house is still standing and in the 115 year old structure are members of the same family, William Alton Gage, a great grandson of the builder, and his daughter Mrs. Judy Holden, the fifth generation to reside in the house. This is probably the oldest house in Upshur County still being used by the same family. Since the house was originally built four more rooms had been added. One of the porches has been rebuilt, electricity and gas has been installed and the house now has an imitation brick siding.

Benjamin, as an heir of James Standifer, a large land owner in this area, inherited 640 acres of Texas land.

Benjamin Gage was born about 1802/04, South Carolina by one record and Kentucky by another record. He died near Gilmer, Texas January 1858. He was married in 1827 or 1828, probably in Alabama to Sarah Elizabeth Harrell. She was born about 1802/04 in Georgia. She appeared in the census of 1860 but did not appear in the census of 1880.

Their children: David Ferdinand Gage, b. c 1827-29, AL; Joshua Gage, b. c 1829-30, AL, never married; Gassaway Gage (called GAD), b. April 12, 1831, AL; Henry Gage, b. c 1834-35, AL; Robert M. Gage, b. c 1836-38; Olivia Gage, b. January 31, 1840, TX according to one record and in Alabama according to another.

[NI01397] ????
UPSHUR COUNTY FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE
1868 - 1879's
These records were taken from the Texas Adjutant Generals Office List of Fugitives From Justice.

Robertson, James - Assault to murder; committed Jul 2, 1871; indicted Oct 12, same year

[NI01438] SALINE CO., ARK., FEDERAL LAND RECORDS

HARRINGTON BARTLEY C 17 1S 14W 40 1839/10/11

1840 SALINE COUNTY, AR CENSUS

HARRINGTON, John 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 1 2 1 0 0 1 -- 0
HARRINGTON. N. O. 0 0 0 0 1 - 0 0 0 1 -- 0
HARRINGTON. B. C. 0 1 0 0 1 - 0 0 0 1 -- 0

[NI01448] Russell, Grover C View Image Online
Age: 45 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Alabama Roll: T626_1153
Race: White Page: 4B

State: Mississippi ED: 8

County: Lauderdale Image: 0334

Township: Meridian
Relationship: Head

[NI01450] Summit Cemetery

Township 9 South, Range 1 East, Section 35 / 36

Location: 3 miles North of Rainbow Crossing (intersection of Highways 278 and 231), then 1/4 mile West on County Road 48 at Old Summit School; cemetery is on left after about 1/4 mile, Blount County, Alabama

Originally surveyed by Ralph H. Allred, Alabama on 26 Sep 1964; completely resurveyed by Nancy West Carns (crop53@aol.com) in 2001.

Carns, Aneliza, 24 Apr 1871 – 1871

Carns, Carl E., 19 Feb 1904 – 17 Dec 1964

Carns, George D., 30 Jun 1828 – 17 Dec 1859; age 31 years, 5 months, 17 days

Carns, George D., son of J.A. and H.A. Carns, 18 May 1866 – 29 Jul 1966

Carns, Gussie E., 31 Jul 1908 – 24 Jun 1921

Carns, Hattie A., wife of J.A. Carns, 6 Sep 1846 – 20 Aug 1876

Carns, James A., 3 Nov 1844 – 8 Feb 1905

Carns, James, 12 Nov 1801 – 8 Mar 1885

Carns, James, 30 Mar 1870 – 22 May 1870

Carns, Jane G., 18 Aug 1904 – 19 May 1996

Carns, Mary E., wife of J.A. Carns, 27 Aug 1864 – 17 Mar 1918

Carns, Nancy, wife of James Carns, 17 Aug 1813 – 17 Oct 1884

Carns, Olive Montgomery, wife of W.W. Carns, Sr., 20 Jul 1884 – 11 Dec 1962

Carns, Rachel S., daughter of J.A. and H.A. Carns, 28 Jan 1871 – 17 Jul 1871

Carns, William W., Sr., 1 Oct 1881 – 12 Jan 1958

[NI01454] in 1910 census living near:

John F. McClendon Age 24
Myrtle 18


Name Death Date Death County Volume Certificate Role Comment Page # Sex Race
Minor McClendon 28 Jan 1946 Marshall 7 3320 4

[NI01585] There was a Mitchell Trumps died Caldwell County Jul. 20, 1987. Don't know if it was this Mitchell or his father.

[NI01592] The only logical William H. Coleman I can find was married to someone else in 1920.

Mary was born 1919 in NM.
Albert was born 1920 in CA
Hazel was born 1925 in CA

They all list their father as born in NM in 1930 and mother, Dosha lists herself as divorced and is living with her parents.

[NI01593] Widowed & living with her parents in 1930
1930 U.S. Federal Census • California • Los Angeles • Los Angeles (Districts 501-750) • District 578

[NI01594] May 21, 1964

SS Application

Mother: Esther Ruth Hurst
Father: blacked out

Born: Riverside CA Dec. 29, 1948

Address: 18202 Gleada St., Huntington Beach, CA

Age 15, Male, White

Richard Joseph (Rick) Anderson

553-74-2776



Is this mother Hazel's 1/2 sibling? Bill called him his brother.

[NI01631] Listed as Gilbert J. Hurst in 1930 census

[NI01632] Died of Arteriosclerotic heart disease
He was living at the same address as his granddaughter, Irene Hurst in 1955 and was admitted to Riverside General Hospital.
He never served in the military and SSN was unknown. The informant was listed as General Hospital Records. No family signed the death certificate.

[NI01633] ???????
In 1876 he moved to his present property,
where he has remained ever since. He was married in 1868 to Miss Louisa Swindle, a native of Benton
County, Tenn., born in 1844, and the daughter of Thomas and Mariam Swindle, natives respectively of
South Carolina and Kentucky. Thomas Swindle went from South Carolina to Illinois, thence to
Tennessee, where he was married in 1832, and is still living in Benton County, Tenn. He was born in the
year 1814, as was also his wife. She died March 16, 1872. Both were members of the Methodist Episcopal
Church. After the death of his wife Mr. Swindle married Mrs. Nancy Harris, who still survives. Mrs.
Smith is one of twelve children, eight of whom are living, born to her parents. She was reared in
Tennessee, and by her marriage to Mr. Smith became the mother of [p.172] three children, all living:
Martha A., wife of William Swindle, now residing in Greene County, Ark.; Walter D. and Cordal C., at
home. Mr. Smith resides three and a half miles southwest of Gainesville, where he has improved a good
farm and has 155 acres under cultivation. He is an active worker in school affairs, and is director in his
district. He served as deputy sheriff in 1881-82-83 and 1884 under Mr. Willcockson, and served as
constable of his district to fill a vacancy. In 1883 he was elected to that position, which he held one term.
Mrs. Smith is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/greene/goodspeed/grenco2.txt

[NI01635] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Claimed exemption for "Bladder Disease"

Listed as single

[NI01673] questionable birth dates on children...mother would have been 13?

[NI01681] ID: I1079
Name: Nancy McClaren
Sex: F
Birth: ABT. 1782 in Spartanburgh County, South Carolina
Death: 9 MAR 1829 in Bedford County, Tennessee

Father: Daniel McClaren b: 17 MAY 1749 in Kilmanock Parish, Pentshire, Scotland
Mother: Mary Stephenson b: 1752 in Bullock's Creek, York County, South Carolina

Marriage 1 John Atkinson
Children
Hester Atkinson



Interested in the family of Daniel McClaren,hero of the Battle of Cowpens in South Carolina. He married Mary Stephenson in 1769 in York County,S.C. They later moved to Bedford County,TN.

I too have been researching this line. Joyce Mayberry and Kathy Wagerman have been a big help. The line as goes to me is: 1. "Old" Daniel, 2. Daniel, Sr., 3. Reuben, 4. John, 5. Martin, 6. John T. Franklin, 7. Virgl P.Sr. 8., Virgil P. Jr., 9. Virgil Bruce (me) and 10. Michael Bruce. One additional that might help you that I am also trying to find...Daniels father (also named Daniel) killed in the Indian wars 1754 when old Daniel was about 5. Where did he come from. Was he part of General Braddock and Washington's people?...Bruce McClearen


Hi, I'm also a McClaren descendant in this line. The info I have is that the original Daniel McClaren (known as Dan'l in Dan River, Rockingham Co., NC) was born ca 1713 in Scotland. His 4 children were: Daniel b17 May 1749, Catherine b1746, Alexander bca1748, and Sarah b25 Dec 1755. I believe all were born in NC, but no proof yet. Daniel Jr married Mary Stephenson, as has been noted in these pages already. I have info on their 10 children, including the 3rd Daniel. I am descended from their oldest son, John, who named his oldest son, Daniel, so keeping all the Daniels straight is a challenge.

Daniel Jr b1749 served in Col. John Thomas' Spartan Regiment in Gen. Andrew Pickens' brigade SC militia, was promoted to Lt. at battle of Cowpens, was a capt. on Col. Benjamin's Roebuck's regiment in 1782. There are court records, deeds, etc. for him and his heirs in SC (Spartanberg Co.) and TN (Bedford, now Marshall Co., also Hickman Co.) He built a mill on Blue Creek in 1829 in Hickman Co. and died there in 1844.
Most of this info was in the Clan McClaren Society Quarterly some years ago. I hope to find a ship's roster listing for "Dan'l" McClaren to get his info back to Scotland.


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PRELIMINARY RECAP OF JOHN ATKINSON SR. GENEALOGY

JOHN ATKINSON SR. OF VIRGINIA
BORN 1773 - DIED 1828

MARRIED TWICE:

FIRSTLY TO MISS HANNAH DUNN
1. NANCY JANE ATKINSON - B. 1792 - M. JASON B. SHUFFIELD
2. MEDIAN ATKINSON - B. 1799 - M. JOHN BYLER B. 1797
3. BARBARA ATKINSON - M. BENJAMIN GANT
4. VIRGINIA ATKINSON - M. JOSEPH J. MARSHALL
5. ELIZA ATKINSON - M. JAMES MC REYNOLDS
6. ARTHUR ATKINSON OF HICKMAN - M. CASSA BREECE OR BRUCE 11 AUGUST 1814 IN WILLIAMSON CO. TN.
7. DAUGHTER - M. GEORGE HIGGS ?


SECONDLY TO NANCY MC CLAREN, DAUGHTER OF DANIEL MC CLAREN OF BEDFORD CO AN ALSO OF HICKMAN CO. TN.

8. SUSAN ATKINSON - M. GEORGE MAYBERRY OF MARSHALL CO. TN.
9. HESTER ATKINSON - M. JOSEPH MAYBERRY OF MARSHALL CO. TN.
10. SARAH R. ATKINSON - M. SAMUEL F. RADFORD (OR REDFORD)
11. ANDREW ERWIN ATKINSON - B. 1817 - M. ELIZABETH C. STEM BOTH OF BEDFORD CO. TN.
12. ELIZABETH B. ATKINSON - M. JAMES JOYCE ?
13. INDIANA ATKINSON - M. GEORGE WASHINGTON BRUCE WHO WAS B. 27 NOV. 1810 IN SUMNER CO. TN.
14. JOHN ATKINSON JR.
15. DAUGHTER M. LAWSON H. RICKMAN OF MARSHALL CO. TN.
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John S. "Squire" Atkinson m. 1) Mary Dunn (probably in VA), and 2) Nancy McLaren, daughter of Major Daniel and Mary McLaren.

An Arthur Atkinson came to Bedford Co. TN about the ame time as John, and may be related. John Alkinson is believed to have been a minister and most frequently was called "Squire" Atkinson. He came to TN in 1800 and settled near Chapel HIll in Bedford (now Marshall) Co. TN. He was first Justice in 1807, and represented the count until his death. About a year or so after his marriage to Nancy, he enlisted on 26 Sep 1813 as a private in the War of 1812 serving in the Vol Inf under Re. Cmdr. Co. William Pillow and Capt. CE McEwin. He was elected to the TN State Senate for the 1819-1821 term, rep. Rutherford and Bedford Counties, later becoming a Whig. He died in 1829 and is buried south of Holtland in a small roadside cem.

Source: The Bruce Web, page 390, by Dr. T W Bruce.

John S. Atkinson had 7 children with Mary Dunn, thought to be Joseph, Isiah, John S. Jr, Middia Ann (m. John Byler), William, unk dau., Moses B., and/or possibly Jesse.
Some of the children used the surname Adkins.

Children by Nancy McLaren:

8. Indiana Atkinson b. 28 Mar 1813 m. George W. Bruce
9. James M. Atkinson, b. bet 1810 and 1820
10. Andrew E. Atkinson b. 23 Jan 1817, d. 3 Mar 1895,
11. Stephen D. Atkinson b. ca 1823
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[NI01682] Extract from the Panola Watchman Oct. 1, 1873

Metcalf, Lewis: Died Sept. 28, 1873. He was struck by poisonous or damp air while cleaning out a well which belonged to R.J. Harley.

[NI01684] CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS

Panola County Residents

Metcalf
Isaac Newton, Sr.
21898

Metcalf
Martha
42636
Isaac Newton, Sr.
21898
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Panola County Voter’s List
1865-1866

Jun 25, 1866 Metcalf I.N.
Jan 29, 1866 Metcalf James
Jan 22, 1866 Metcalf S.I.
Sep 29, 1865 Metcalf S.J.
Oct 28, 1865 Metcalf U.S.
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The New Town of Beckville
By Sally Metcalf Dawson

The depot was built to face that street from the east. Mr. Bob Hammons built the first store building, but Mr. Ike N. Metcalf and Mr. Joseph Ray Jordan got their general merchandise business opened and in cooperation before anyone else.
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[NI01685] See note on sister, Mary Caroline, regarding birthdate discrepancy.

CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS

Panola County Residents

Metcalf
Henry Winfield
37226

Metcalf
Paninah H.
40381
Henry Winifield
37226

[NI01687] Living next door to Silas Sr in 1860. This could be his son from a first marriage, since there is such a gap in children, or perhaps these two had more older children that stayed in MS?
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Panola County Voter’s List

1865-1866
Jun 25, 1866
Metcalf I.N.
Jan 29, 1866
Metcalf James
Jan 22, 1866
Metcalf S.I.
Sep 29, 1865
Metcalf S.J.
Oct 28, 1865
Metcalf U.S.
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[NI01689] According to another genealogist, Virgil and his wife moved to Scott Co., AR in 1870 then moved back and died in Panola County by 1884.
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Panola County Voter’s List

1865-1866
Jun 25, 1866
Metcalf I.N.
Jan 29, 1866
Metcalf James
Jan 22, 1866
Metcalf S.I.
Sep 29, 1865
Metcalf S.J.
Oct 28, 1865
Metcalf U.S.
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[NI01751] Lang, William to Robinson, Amanda 1865 DEC 13 1866 JAN 14 John S. Harrison

1870 Guntersville

Lang, William H. 28
Amanda 33
Margaret 3
Robinson, Sarah 16
Thomas 14
Mary 10
Martha 8

[NI01752] This could possibly be Dewey, although they list his birthplace as TX and he would have been born in 1900 and we know that the Kings were still in Marshall County in 1900.

[NI01753] 1920 Census shows birth as Texas, but she was on the 1900 Alabama Census

[NI01773] ATKINSON, JOHN B - S/Sgt. John B. Atkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Atkinson, Big Sandy, graduate of Pritchett HS. Entered Army Air Corps in 1942, trained at Sheppard Field, Tex. and Mobile, Ala. Served in British West Indies and Asiatic Pacific Theater. Awarded GC Medal, Amer. Theater, A-P Ribbons with 1 Battle Star. Discharged in 1945.

[NI01774] ATKINSON, JAMES C - Cpl James C Atkinson, son of Mr and Mrs T J Atkinson, Big Sandy, husband of Resie Ellis, attended Pritchett HS. Entered Army in 1942, trained at Camp Callan, Calif. Served in ETO. Awarded ETO Ribbon with 2 Battle Stars and GC medal. Discharged in 1945.

[NI01786] Living with parents 1930

[NI01787] Living with parents (& daughter???) in 1930

[NI01792] Arrived Texas c. 1872

[NI01807] The first wife of John S (F) Atkinson was Hannah Dunn (not Mary). They married in NC, and she was a Quaker, but disowned for marriage out of faith.

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Looking for information about a Robert Atkinson bc 1714, believe in Henrico Co or Cumebrland Co., VA. His wife was Elizabeth and they had at least one daughter, Anna Atkinson, bc 1740, Goochland Co., VA.

Searching for any information about Thomas and Elizabeth Atkinson of Surry and Sussex county Va. Children:Joseph b 1753, John, William, Robert, Hardy, Mary, Elizabeth, Lucy, and Ann.
Would appreciate any information regarding and of the above.
Jack Benger

Thomas Atkinson's will dated 6 Feb 1726, Henrico Co., Va. names wife Sarah. Does anyone have confirmation of Sarah's maiden name of Hughes? Will was witnessed by John Quin?, John Atkinson, Stephen Hughes, and Margaret Wiles/Giles?, a Quaker.
www.freecoatsofarms.com

In my line:
JOHN WESLEY ATKINSON was born September 10, 1829 in GA, and died April 27, 1900 in Williamson Co. TX., the son of:

1 Samuel Washington Atkinson b: March 05, 1797 in Robeson Co., NC d: July 28, 1872 in Williamson or Caldwell Co, TX
. +Nancy Jordan b: March 12, 1792 in Southampton, VA d: June 03, 1871 in Caldwell Co., TX Harris Family Cemetery m: October 22, 1818 in Franklin Morgan Co., GA Father: Thomas Jordan Mother: Priscilla Applewhite

CHILDREN:
2 Amanda Caroline Atkinson b: February 21, 1822 in Georgia d: April 14, 1866 in Lytton Springs,Caldwell Co. TX
... +Sidon H. Harris b: November 12, 1820 in Overtin Co., TN d: August 01, 1861 in Lytton Springs. TX Harris Family Cem. Historical Marker m: August 09, 1842 in Pontatoc Mississippi Father: Sidon John Harris Mother: Margaret Crockett-Hawkins
2 Albert Washington Atkinson b: July 20, 1819 d: July 26, 1819
2 Jane Catherine Atkinson b: December 20, 1820 in GA. d: March 01, 1867
... +Rufus P Dunnahoo Father: Mother:
2 Henry Thomas Atkinson b: February 18, 1824 in GA. d: May 29, 1845 in GA.
2 John Wesley Atkinson b: September 10, 1829 in GA. d: April 27, 1900 in Williamson Co. TX
2 Washington Applewhite Atkinson b: 1834 in GA. d: 1841 in GA.
2 Mary Eliza Atkinson b: September 26, 1828 in GA. d: September 03, 1858


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James W. Atkinson/1828/GA was my great-great-great-grandfather. He died 1864/MO. His parents were Burwell Atkinson and Mary 'Polly' Price.

James W. Atkinson's wife was Martha E. Durham b.1836/GA d.1870/AR.

Their children were:
*Joseph Atkinson b. 1853, wife Lula
*Mary Atkinson Ballard b. 1855/GA,spouse William P. Bradshaw,
*Gideon P. Atkinson b. 1858
*Thomas Jefferson Atkinson b. 1860/AR d.1912/AR. Married 1st Posie Lacefield(These are my great-great grandparents)and 2nd Sarah Jane Edlin Rice.
*James Monroe Atkinson b.1864 d.1940 married Ida Battle Littleton in 1885.
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Burwell Atkinson b.1793/NC d.1863ConwayCo/AR
Mary Polly Price b.1798/NC d. abt 1881/AR
Her father was Gideon Price.

Believe they had following children:
*Emily Atkinson b.1825/NC d.1904
*James W. Atkinson b. 1828/GA d.1864/MO(KIA)
*Thomas Capers Atkinson b. 1833/GA d.1920/TX
*Gideon Atkinson b.1837/GA d.abt 1881/AR
*Tumely A. Atkinson b. 1841
*William Fletcher Atkinson b.1843/GA d.abt1890/AR
*Joseph Banks Atkinson b.1845/GA d.1901/AR

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I am looking for information on James W. Atkinson born 1828 in Georgia. Wife is Martha? born in Georgia or N. C. Children are Thomas J., Mary Ballard, Joseph, Gideon, and James M. Is this a lost line of someone or am I just stuck?


I am the grandson of James Monroe and the great-grandson of James W. Burwell's father was James who was born about 1766 and died about 1850. I am stuck on finding James' father. The family appears to have come to VA in 1648. Do you have any information for this period? If so please contact me at solgo@arkansas.net

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Check out post by Albert Johnson, on the Atkinson list. No. 1514 dated May 17, 2000

He lists seven children by Hannah Dunn, and seven children by nancy McClaren, daughter of Daniel McClaren.

I recently received a post that showed Hester as daughter of John and Nancy. In addition the post showed a daughter, Susan Atkinson married to George Mayberry of Marshall Co. TN. and Hester as married to Joseph Mayberry of Marshall Co. TN. I will have to look for that persons e-mail addr.
I will send it to you by e-mail


Larry, My e-mail address is Rapmack@aol.com.
Do you need information on the ancestors of Nancy?

Thanks for the response James, yes I need info on Nancy's parents, all I have is her father as Daniel McLaren, b. 5-17-1749, died 1844 in Hickman Co. TN. I do not have the name of Daniel's wife or any info on his parents.

Would love to have any thing you can provide.



PRELIMINARY RECAP OF JOHN ATKINSON SR. GENEALOGY

JOHN ATKINSON SR. OF VIRGINIA
BORN 1773 - DIED 1828

MARRIED TWICE:

FIRSTLY TO MISS HANNAH DUNN
1. NANCY JANE ATKINSON - B. 1792 - M. JASON B. SHUFFIELD
2. MEDIAN ATKINSON - B. 1799 - M. JOHN BYLER B. 1797
3. BARBARA ATKINSON - M. BENJAMIN GANT
4. VIRGINIA ATKINSON - M. JOSEPH J. MARSHALL
5. ELIZA ATKINSON - M. JAMES MC REYNOLDS
6. ARTHUR ATKINSON OF HICKMAN - M. CASSA BREECE OR BRUCE 11 AUGUST 1814 IN WILLIAMSON CO. TN.
7. DAUGHTER - M. GEORGE HIGGS ?


SECONDLY TO NANCY MC CLAREN, DAUGHTER OF DANIEL MC CLAREN OF BEDFORD CO AN ALSO OF HICKMAN CO. TN.

8. SUSAN ATKINSON - M. GEORGE MAYBERRY OF MARSHALL CO. TN.
9. HESTER ATKINSON - M. JOSEPH MAYBERRY OF MARSHALL CO. TN.
10. SARAH R. ATKINSON - M. SAMUEL F. RADFORD (OR REDFORD)
11. ANDREW ERWIN ATKINSON - B. 1817 - M. ELIZABETH C. STEM BOTH OF BEDFORD CO. TN.
12. ELIZABETH B. ATKINSON - M. JAMES JOYCE ?
13. INDIANA ATKINSON - M. GEORGE WASHINGTON BRUCE WHO WAS B. 27 NOV. 1810 IN SUMNER CO. TN.
14. JOHN ATKINSON JR.
15. DAUGHTER M. LAWSON H. RICKMAN OF MARSHALL CO. TN.

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[NI01819] Age at death 66y 1m 18d

[NI01820] Died at 72 y 8m 12d

Source: HISTORY OF GENESEE COUNTY, MICHIGAN
Pg. 268

Origin Packard settled in town (Flushing) as early as 1838. In the fall of 1839 he had a small board shanty built on his place. His wife did her cooking at a burning log-heap near by. The shanty was formed by setting up a few poles and covering them with boards. When the Smiths and Barber came, in 1839, Packard had chopped 10 or 12 acres, and was buring the logs. He piloted these families to their land along an Indian trail, Mrs. Barber stopping with Mrs. Packard while they were gone, in response to that lady's invitation to "come and sit with her by her log-heap". This was Mrs. Barber's first neighborly call in the wilderness, and the circumstance is still fresh in her memory. Some of the trees felled by Mr. Packard obstructed the trail, and the wagons had to be carefully engineered around them. Mr. Packard died in June, 1879."

[NI01823] died at age 70y 9m 12d

Source: HISTORY OF GENESEE COUNTY Pg. 269

RESIDENTS OF FLUSHING TOWNSHIP IN 1844
made up from the tax assessment roll for that year

Packard, Thomas J.

[NI01824] died at 77y 11m 22d

[NI01825] died at age 56y 10m 17d

[NI01826] died at 75y 11m 19d

[NI01837] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Hiram PACKARD Self M Male W 50 NH Grocer Clerk NH NH
Rebecca PACKARD Wife M Female W 39 NY Keeping House NY NY
Nellie PACKARD Dau S Female W 14 MI At School NH NY
Holmes PACKARD Son S Male W 11 MI At School NH NY
Mark PACKARD Son S Male W 4 MI NH NY


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Source Information:
Census Place Flushing, Genesee, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254579
NA Film Number T9-0579
Page Number 224A

[NI01857] STEDMAN BUTLER 28 Jul 1909 May 1981 77340 (Huntsville, Walker, TX) 77340 (Huntsville, Walker, TX) 460-09-6232 Texas SS-5 Letter
Add Post-em

[NI01866] STEDMAN M BUTLER 26 Mar 1938 05 Jan 1995 (not specified) (none specified) 457-58-8942

[NI01911] pg 127 midpage:

The State of Alabama Marshall County
Personally appears before me M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate of said county Alfred G.Russell who after being duly sworn says on oath that the foregoing pages from one to five inclusive contain a true and complete account of sale of the personal property belonging to the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd Made by him at the late residence of the deceased on the 30th day of September 1854 after having given the lawful notice, the articles were sold at auction on a credit of twelve months with the exception of Eight dollars and sixty cents which was received in cash. A.G.Russell
Sworn to & subscribed before me this the 25th day of October 1854 M Gilbreath Judge of Probate

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The State of Alabama Marshall County
Court of Probate Special Term January the 13th 1855
This day A.G.Russell Adms of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless filed on oath an additional inventory of the property of said estate rcvd by him. Ordered that the same be recorded and the said A.G.Russell adms as aforesaid filed and additional account of sales of the personal property of said estate sold by. Ordered that the same be recorded.

Supplemental Inventory Cash of James Armstrong for rent of Land for the year 1854 ... January 8th 1855 $24.00
343.00 ... Cotton at Mosses(?) Gin delivered there by Armstrong for rent in 1853
.42 to Cotton for rent of land from H Chambliss for year 1854
17(?) Bushels corn of Chambliss for rent of Land for year 1854 (illegible - looks like Lot of dried fruit)

The State of Alabama Marshall County
Personally appears before me M Gilbreath Judge of probate of said County A.G.Russell admn of Est of Clarissa Loveless who after being duly sworn says on oath that the above is a true and correct inventory of the property of said estate which has come into his possession since filing his first inventory A.G.Russell Sworn to & subscribed before me this the 13th day of January 1855 Test M Gilbreath Judge
The State of Alabama Marshall County
Court of Probate Special Term September the 1st 1855
This day comes Alfred G.Russell and presents to the court a copy of a will purporting to be made by Clarissa Loveless in Laurens District in the state of South Carolina and probated there on the 23rd day of December 1854 before the Court of Ordinary in said District which will and the probate thereof is certified by the Judge of the Court ordinary of the District of Laurens & State of South Carolina, he being the Clerk of said Court of Ordinary. And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that said Clarissa Loveless deceased left assets in this County. The said Alfred G.Russell now filing his bond as Administrator of the said Clarissa Loveless decsd in the sum of thirty two hundred Dollars with Richmond Nickles and William W. Wiggs for securities (pg 129) which bond being made payable and conditional as required by law & being approved. It is ordered by the Court that Alfred G. Russell be and he is hereby appointed Administrator with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd being in the State of Alabama.

Additional list of sales 343.00 Seed Cotton sold to Morse deVickles(?) for 5...(faded) 742.00 Seed Cotton sold to A.G. Henry @1.50 11.33
17 bushels corn to A.G.Russell 12.28
1 Lot dried fruit A.G.Russell .25
1 Thrasher & Runninggear to James Kelley for 33.00
12 .... Belonging to Thrasher 2.00

The State of Alabama Marshall County
Personally appeared before M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate of said County A.G.Russell Admns of the Estate Clarissa Loveless decsd who after being duly sworn says on oath that the above is a true and correct account given of the personal property of said Estate, the four first items sold by him at auction on the 8th day of January 1855 for cash . The two last items sold by him on the 7th December 1854 on a credit of 12 months. A.G. Russell Sworn to & subscribed before me this the 13th day of January 1855
Test M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate
pg 130 missing pg 131 begins:
I hereby approve the above bond September the 1st
M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate
The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate Special Term November the 28th 1856 Comes Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will Annexed of Clarissa Loveless late of Said County deceased and filed his petition Seting forth that said decedant had possession of the following tracts of land lying & being in the County of Marshall and State of Alabama to wit, The North East quarter of Section twenty in Town Ship Eight, Range Three East, and the North West of the North West quarter of Section Twenty on in Town Ship Eight Range Three East - all of lands subject to entry & sale at Lebanon Alabama, containing about two hundred acres more or less. Ant that it is now necessary to sell the said lands for the payment of the debts of said decedent. The will of said decedent gives no power to sell the same for that purpose and the personal property was insufficient Therefor, and ....... an order to authorize him to sell said lands for the purpose of paying the debts of the decedent, and that said decedent left the following heirs to wit, Laura now intermarried with Alfred G.Russell the petitioner of full age and resides with her husband in Marshall County Alabama, Allen Spotts, Green Spotts, Mary Spotts, children of Myra the daughter of said decedant, the said Myra is now deceased and was in her life time the wife of Benville Spotts, the said children of the said Myra are now under the age of twenty one years and reside with their father Benville Spotts in the County of Morgan Alabama.

James H Loveless of full age who resides in Laurens District in the State of South Carolina, Williamson Loveless of full age who resides Dallas County Texas, Elizabeth intermarried with George McGhee of Pond Spring PO Hall County Georgia, who with her said husband is of full age.
John Loveless who resides at Decatur Morgan County Alabama, it is unknown to petitioner (as he says) whether or not he is over or under twenty one years of age. Clarissa Loveless who is under the age of twenty one years and resides in Laurens District South Carolina, and Cassy Victoria who is under the age of twenty one years and resides near Pond Spring P.O. Hall County Georgia. The said Laura, James H.,Williamson, Elizabeth, John, Clarissa, and Cassy Victoria are the children of the decedant & the said Green, Allen & Mary Spotts grand children of said decedant.

pg 132 cont'd
Ordered by the Court that the fourth Monday in January 1857 be & is hereby set for the hearing of said petition at Special Term of the Court of Probate then to be held for said County at the Court House thereof and that notice of the said filing of said petition of the time and place appointed for the hearing thereof be given by publication for forty days by publication for three successive weeks in the Tennessee Valley a newspaper published in Said County, that the nonresident heirs of said Estate may be brought into Court & have notice of the time & place appointed in the hearing of said petition.

It is further ordered by the Court that Samuel K. Rayburn be and he is hereby appointed guardian ad ..... of Allen Spotts, Green Spotts & Mary Spotts, John Loveless, Clarissa Loveless and Cassy Victoria Loveless.

To the .... M. Gilbreath Judge of probate for Marshall County State of Alabama.
The Petition of Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless late of Said County deceased Shewith(?) with your Honor.
1st that the said Decedant died possessed of the following tracts of Land lying and being in the County of Marshall and State of Alabama to wit, The North East Quarter of Section twenty in Township Eight Range three East and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section twenty one in Township Eight Range three East all of lands subject to .... sale at Lebanon Alabama containing about two hundred acres more or less (Code 1868)
2nd That it is necessary to sell the said Lands for the payment of the debts of said Decedant, the will of said Decedant gives no power to sell the same for that purpose, and the personal estate is insufficient therefor (Code 1754)
3rd The Said Decedant left the following named persons as heirs to wit Laura intermarried with Alfred G. Russell your petitioner is of full age and resides with her husband in Marshall County Alabama, Allen Spotts, Green Spotts & Mary Spotts, Children of Myra the Daughter of said Decedent the said Myra is now deceased and was in her life time the wife of Benville Spotts, the said Children of the said Myra are now under the age of twenty one years and reside with their father Benville Spotts at or near Decatur in the County of Morgan Alabama, James H Loveless of full age who resides in Laurens District in the State of South Carolina, Williamson Loveless of full age who resides in Dallas County Texas. Elizabeth intermarried with George McGhee of Pond Spring P.O. Hall County Georgia who with her said husband is of full age, John Loveless who resides at Decatur Morgan County Alabama, it is unknown to your petitioner whether or not he is under or over twenty one years of age. Clarrissa Loveless who is under the age of twenty one years and resides in Laurens District South Carolina; and Cassey Victoria Loveless who is under the age of twenty one years and resides near Pond Spring P.O. Hall County, Georgia. The said Laura, James H, Williamson, Elizabeth, John, Clarissa and Cassey Victoria are the children of the Decedent and the Said Allen, Green, & Mary Spotts are the Grand Children of the Said Decedent.
Your Petitioner therefore, prays your Honor to decree and order a sale of the said Lands on such terms and Conditions as to your Honor may deem right in order that the debts of the Said Decedent may be paid and is duty bound he will we pray A.G. Russell
The State of Alabama County of Marshall Personally appeared before me M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate of Said County, Alfred G. Russell who after being duly sworn, says on his oath that the statements made in the foregoing petition are true & correct to the best of his knowledge, information and belief A.G.Russell Sworn to & subscribed before me this the 28th day of November 1856 M Gilbreath Judge of Probate

part of above was pg 133 contd

The State of Alabama Marshall County To any Sherriff of Said State
You are hereby Commanded to notify John Loveless of your county who resides at Decatur That on the 28th day of November 1856 Alfred G. Russell with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless late of Said County Deceased, filed his petition in the Court of Probate of Said County praying for an order authorizing him to sell the following described ..... Estate of Said decedent for the purpose of paying the debts of said decedent To wit, The North East quarter of section twenty in Township Eight of Range Three East, and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section Twenty one in Township Eight, Range Three East containing about two hundred acres more or less lying and being in said County of Marshall, and that the hearing of Said petition will be at a Special Term of Said Court of Probate of Said County of Marshall to be held at the Court house thereof on the fourth Monday in January 1857 where and when he can attend if he chooses. M Gilbreath Judge of Probate of Said County at office this the 7th day of November 1856 M Gilbreath Judge of Probate

John Loveless cannot be found in my County Dec 20th 1856 J M Jackson Sheriff

pg 134 cont'd
The State of Alabama Marshall County To Any Sheriff of Said State You are hereby Commanded to Notify Alfred G. Russell and Laura Russell of your County that on the 28th day of November 1856 Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless late of Said County of Marshall deceased filed his petition in the Court of Probate of said County, praying for an order to authorize him to sell the following described real Estate of Said decedent for the purpose of paying the debts of Said decedent to wit, The North East quarter of Section twenty in Town ship Eight Range three East, and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section twenty one in Township Eight Range Three East Containing about two hundred acres, more or less lying and being in Said County of Marshall.
And that said petition will be heard at a Special Term of the Court of Probate to be held for Said County at the Court house thereof on the fourth Monday in January in January 1857 When and where the Said Alfred G.Russell and Laura Russell may attend and answer and defend against Said petition as they see proper - Witness M Gilbreath Judge or Probate of Said County at Office this the 29th day of November A D 1856. M Gilbreath Judge of Probate

pg 135 The State of Alabama Marshall County To Any Sheriff of the State of Alabama
You are hereby Commanded to notify Samuel K. Rayburn who is the guardian adlitem of Allen Spotts, Green Spotts and Mary Spotts, John Loveless, Clarissa Loveless and Cassa Victoria Loveless who are the minor heirs of Clarissa Loveless deceased That Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of the Estate of the Said Clarissa Loveless decsd filed in the Court of Probate of Said County on the 28th day of November 1856 his petition seting forth that Said decedent died possessed of the following described real Estate to wit, The North East quarter of Section twenty in Township Eight Range 3 East and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section 21 in Township Eight Range Three East Containing about two hundred acres andlying & being in Said County of Marshall, And that the hearing of Said petition is set for the fourth Monday in January 1857 at a Special Term of the Court house thereof, when and where the Said Samuel K. Rayburn guardian ad litem as aforementioned is required to attend and answer and defend against said petition & protect the interest of Said Minors against the pray(?) of said petition for a sale of Said Land for the purpose of paying the debts of Said decedent This the 29th day of November 1856, M Gilbreath Judge of Probate
I hereby accept service of the written and foregoing notice Dec 17th 1856 S.K. Rayburn Guardian

pg 135 cont'd

Alfred G.Russell Admn of Clarissa Loveless does petition Vs The Heirs of Clarissa Loveless, Respondents
Samuel K Rayburn Guardian ad litera of Allen Spotts, Green Spotts, Mary, John Loveless, Clarisa Loveless, & Cassey Victoria Loveless, minor heirs of the Said Clarissa Loveless dcsd answering to the petition of Alfred G. Russell admn... of the said Clarissa Loveless for the sale of said Lands, denies each & every the allegations in Said petition contained, and asks that strict proof thereof be made. S.K. Rayburn Guardian Ad litum of the minor heirs of Clarissa Loveless dcsd

pg 136
The State of Alabama Marshall County To any Sherriff of Said State You are hereby Commanded to notify John Loveless of your county, that on the 28th day of November 1856 Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless late of said county of Marshall decsd filed his petition in the Court of Probate of said county praying for an order authorizing him to sell the following described real estate of said decedent for the purpose of paying the debts of said decedent to wit, The North East quarter of section twenty in township Eight Range three East and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of section twenty one in Township Eight Range Three East containing about two hundred acres more or less lying and being in said county of Marshall, and that the hearing of said petition will be at a Special Term of the Court of Probate of Said County of Marshall to be held at the Court House thereof on the fourth Monday in January 1857 When and where he can attend if he chooses ...... M Gilbreath Judge of Probate of said county at office the 5th day of January AD 1857 M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate

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cont'd (pg 139 missing and it may have contained some family history important to us - LRR)

pg 140 begins:

November 1850 She resided there at the house of Alfred G. Russell in Marshall County and afterwards at what was called the Missionary Station in Said County.
2d To interrogatory 2 he saith,
She was in possession of a tract of land known as the Missionary Station in Marshall County from about the 1st of January 1851 which place she bought from me on the 23d of November 1850 and which was composed of the North east quarter of section twenty in Township Eight Range three east, and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section twenty one in Township Eight of Range three East, all of lands subject to sale and entry at Lebanon Alabama containing about two hundred acres more or less. She bought it from me for twelve hundred dollars, one half payable on the 1st January 1850, and the other half payable on the 1st day of January 1851. And She had my bond for title to be made on the payment of the price aforesaid. Prior to her death she paid all that was due but three hundred and ninty dollars on security five calves which was the behind due on the fourth of August 1854 at which time I understood she died.
3d To the third Interrogation he said
The place is not in as good repair as when I sold it (pg 141 begins "Testimony of Lewis Wyeth")
but I should suppose its present value is about twelve hundred dollars.
4th To the fourth Interrogatory he saith
I have no knowledge of any personal assets of said decedent.
5th To the fifth Interrogatory he saith
At the time of death she owed me three hundred and ninty four dollars and seventy cents. I have no personal knowledge of any other indebtedness.
6th To Interrogatory Sixth he saith
Since the death of said Mistress Loveless Alfred G. Russell Administrator paid me eighty four dollars on the second of February 1856. The balance of my debt at the present time is about three hundred and eight one dollars. I have also seen probated claims filed against her estate to the extent of upwrds of sixty five dollars.
7th To Interrogatory Seventh he saith,
In answer to Seventh interrogatory I think I may properly state as an attorney at law and conversant with such things that the indebtedness of the estate for the cash of administration will not probably be less than one hundred dollars. I know of nothing else that I have recalled relating to the case. Louis Wyeth
Sworn to & subscribed before me Feb 26th 1857, Joseph Douglas Commissioner

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pg 138 cont'd
The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate Regular Term 2nd Monday in February 1857 being the 9th day of the month
It is ordered by the Court that the hearing of the application of A.G. Russell Adms of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless deceased for the purpose of obtaining an order to authorize him to sell the land in his application described be continued.

The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate regular term 2nd Monday in March 1857
Ordered by the Court that the hearing of the petition filed by A.G. Russell Admn with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd for the purpose of obtaining an order to sell lands described in said application be continued.

The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate Regular Term 2nd Monday in April 1857
Ordered by the Court that the hearing of the application filed by A.G. Russell Admn with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd for sale of land be continued.

The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate Regular Term 2nd Monday in May 1857 being the 11th day of said month.
This day comes Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless decsd by his atty Louis Wyeth who on the 28th day of November 1856 filed his application by petition for the sale of Certain land therein described and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that notice of the filing of the application and of the time and place appointed for the hearing thereof has been give for forty days by three successive weeks publication in the Tennessee Valley, a newspaper published in Said County, and it further appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the heirs of Said Estate have been notified as required bylaw of the filing of said application and of the time and place appointed for the hearing thereof, and this being the day to which the hearing of said petition has been continued, The Court proceeds to hear and determine the same. And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court from the proof filed in the case and taken by deposition as in Chancery proceedings that the personal property belonging to said Estate is insufficient for the payment of the debts of said Estate and that it is necessary to sel the land described in said .........
for that purpose. It is therefore ordered and decreed by the Court that the said Alfred G. Russell admn with the will annexed of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd be and he is hereby authorized to sell the land described in said petition as follows: The North East quarter of Section Twenty in Township Eight of Range Three East and the North West Quarter of the North West quarter of section twenty one in Township Eight of Range three East containing about two hundred acres lying and being in said County of Marshall, as the Court ..... ..... in Said County & on a credit of six ...... months after having given notice of the time& place of sale & the description of the land by publication in the Tennessee Valley a newspaper published in said county for the length of time required by law in such case.
pg 139 missing cont'd


cont'd

pg 141 cont'd
And the said John M Scott being duly sworn .. ..... and saith
1st To the first interrogatory he saith
I was, I knew her about three years. She resided at what was known as the Missionary place in Marshall County.
2d To the Second Interrogatory he saith,
She was in possession of the place or tract of land early in 1851 until some time in 1853. She bought the land from Louis Wyeth.
3d To the third Interrogatory he saith
I think it worth about fourteen hundred dollars
4th To the fourth Interrogatory he saith
I cannot say that I knew anything about it
5th To the fifth Interrogatory he saith
I know of but one debt, that of Gunter & Scott. It was of the amount of fifteen dollars and fifty four cents.

pg 142 (it begins as if something was left out.)
presence on the 26th day of January .... .........
in the County of Marshall, State of Alabama, and that I have personal knowledge of personal identity of said witnesses - witness my hand and seal Joseph Douglas Commissioner

The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate Special Term 2d day of October 1857
This day comes Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless Decsd & files a report of the following described lands belonging to Said Estate which is as follows.
To the Hon M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate for Marshall County Alabama, The undersigned Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless late of Said County decsd showeth unto your Honor that in pursuance of the order of Said Court he did expose to sale at public vendue at the Court House door of Said County on the third day of August 1857 the following described land of Said decedent, to wit, The North East quarter of Section twenty in Township Eight of Range three East and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section twenty one same township & range containing two hundred acres more or less lying and being in Said County of Marshall, and sold the same to Louis Wyeth for the sum of thirteen hundred Dollars on a credit of six & twelve months he being the highest bidder for the Same, and that the best price bid therefor, That Notice of said sale was given by advertisement in the Tennessee Valley, a paper published in the Said County of Marshall for three successive weeks prior to Said Sale, and that the Said Louis Wyeth has executed his two Second Notes each for the sum of six hundred and fifty dollars, one at six months and the other (pg 143) at twelve months with S.K. Rayburn & W.P. Mason some securities for the purchase money aforesaid, all of which is respectfully submitted A.G. Russell

pg 143 cont'd
And it appearing to the Satisfaction of the Court that Said report is verified by the affidavit of Said A.G. Russell, and it further appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the said sale so reported was fairly conducted, and that the amount for which said lands were sold was not greatly disproportionate to the real value, and it further appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the securities taken on the bonds as notes given by the said Louis Wyeth the purchases of said lands for the purchase money of said lands are sufficient, It is therefore ordered by the Court that said report be received and filed in office and that the sale therein reported be ratified and confirmed.

To the Hon. M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate for Marshall County Alabama
The undersigned Alfred G. Russell administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless late of Said County decsd, showeth unto your Honor that in presence of the Order of Said Court he did expose to sale at public vender(?) at the Court House door of Said County on the third day of August 1857, the following described lands of Said decedent to wit, The North East quarter Section twenty in Township Eight of Range three East and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of Section twenty one same Township & Range, Containing two hundred acres more or less lying and being in Said County of Marshall and sold the same to Louis Wyeth for thirteen hundred dollars on a credit of six & twelve months he being the highest bidder for the same and that the best price bid therefor. That notice of said sale was given by advertisement in the Tennessee Valley a paper published in the Said County of Marshall for three successive weeks prior to said sale, and that the said Louis Wyeth has executed his two Several(?) notes each for the sum of six hundred and fifty dollars one at 6 mos and the other at 12 mos with S.K. Rayburn & W.P. Macfarlanesecurities for the purchase monies aforesaid, all of which is respectfully submitted A.G. Russell

pg 144 cont'd
The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate Special Term May 30th 1859
This day came Alfred G. Russell Administrator of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless dcsd and filed his account and vouchers for final settlement of Said Estate. It is ordered by the Court that the 27th day of June 1859 he and is hereby appointed a day upon which to make such settlement and that notice of the nature of and time appointed for such settlement be given by publication in the Marshall County News for three successive weeks. It is further ordered by the Court that John M. Scott be and he is hereby appointed guardian ad litem of Clarissa Coker and Cassy Victoria Loveless minor heirs of Said Estate to attend to & protect the interest of Said minors upon such final settlement.

In the matter of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd Marshall County State of Alabama Personally appeared before me M. Gilbreath Judge of Probate for Marshall County Alabama, Alfred G. Russell Administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless late of said County deceased, who being duly sworn according to lay doth say on his oath that the following is a true statement of the .... and Legalies(?) of the Estate of his said decedant and which of them are under the age of twenty one years, and which are married women, and also their respective place of residence so far as is known to this afficant(?) to wit, 1st Laura, a daughter of Decedent intermarried with Alfred G. Russell this affiant and resides in Marshall County Alabama and is of full age.
2d The following children of Myra now deceased who was a daughter of Said decedent, intermarried in her life time with one Benville Spotts, to wit, Allen Spotts, Green Spotts and Mary Spotts all of whom are under the age of 21 years and reside with their father the said Benville Spotts in MorganCounty Alabama -
3d James H. Loveless of full age resides in Laurens District South Carolina a son of said decedent.
4th Williamson Loveless of full age, resides out of this state & when last heard from, lived in Dallas County Texas
5th Elizabeth daughter, intermarried with George McGhee of full age, resides in the state of Arkansas, but particular residence unknown -
6th John Loveless a son of decedent of full age resides in Morgan County Alabama -
7th Clarissa a daughter of decedent, but whether of full age or under is unknown to affiant. She is now married to Dr Coker and resides in South Carolina, but ther more particular residence is unknown to affiant.
8th Cassy Victoria Loveless a daughter of decedent under the age of 21 years & resides in Morgan County Alabama
A.G. Russell
Sworn to & subscribed before me this 30th day of May 1859 M. Gilbreath Judge

[NI01912] This week, I took time at night
to try to decipher will of Clarissa Williamson Loveless, mother of Laura
Loveless Russell. It appears she bought Creekpath School, referred to
in court papers as "the Missionary Station". I paid a professional in
Guntersville, who mailed me 50 pages of court papers from from microfilm
and said there were more, but they are pages of settlements with
lawyers, courts, etc. I hoped the papers would tell me more about the
Indian ancestry but found nothing, except in the personal items sold was
"tomahawk - .25". Following is some of the will:

"... Probate Book # 8 - Marsahll Co. Alabama (pg 92)
The State of Alabama Marshall Court of Probate Special Term August the
26th 1852
Alfred G. Russell administrator of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless,
deceased this day filed his inventory of the personal estate of said
deceased known to by him, ordered that the (couldn't read)
recorded.

George W. Winfrey and Joseph E. Dunn (I think) two of the appraisers of
the estate of Clarissa Loveless this day filed in court their
appraisment of the said estate, ordered that the _________.

Alfred G. Russell administrator of the estate of Clarissa Loveless does
this day make application upon oath for an order to authorize him to
sell the perishable property belonging to said estate for the purpose of
_______the ________from________.

Audit appraising to the satisfaction of the Court that it is necessary
to sell said property to keep it from wasting. It is ordered by the
court that the said Alfred G. Russell be and he is hereby authorized to
_____.

P 131 I hereby approve the above bona September the 1st 1855 M.
Gilbreath Judge of Probate
The State of Alabama Marshall County

Court of Probate Special Term November the 28th 1856 comes Alfred G.
Russell Administrator with the will annexed of Clarissa Loveless late of
Said County deceased and filed his petition setting forth that said
decedant had possession of the following tract of land lying & being in
the County of Marshall and State of Alabama to wit, The North East
quarter of Section Twenty in Town Ship Eight, Range Three East, and the
North West of the North West quarter of Section Twenty one in Town Ship
Eight Range Three East, - all lands subject to entry & sale at Lebanon
Alabama, containing about two hundred acres more or less. And that it
is now necessary to sell the said lands for the payment of the debts of
said decedent. The will of said decedent gives no power to sell the
same for that purpose and the personal property was insufficient,
Therefore, and _____ an order to authorize him to sell said lands for
the purpose of paying the debts of the decedent, and that said decedent
left the following heirs to wit, Laura, now intermarried with Alfred G.
Russell, the petitioner of full age and resides with her husband in
Marshall County Alabama, Allen Spotts, Green Spotts, Mary Spotts,
children of Myra the daughter of said decedent, the said Myra is now
deceased and was in her lifetime the wife of Benville Spotts, the said
children of the said Myra are now under the age of twenty one years and
reside with their said father Benville Spotts in the County of Morgan
Alabama.
James W. Loveless of full age who resides in Laurens District in the
State of South Carolina, Williamson Loveless of full age who resides
Dallas County Texas, Elizabeth intermarried with George McGhee of Pond
Spring PO Hall County Georgia, who with her said husband is of full age.

John Loveless who resides at Decatur Morgan County Alabama. It is
unknow to petitioner (as he says) whether or not he is over or under
twenty one years of age. Clarissa Loveless who is under the age of
twenty one years and resides in Laurens District South Carolina, and
Cassy Victoria Loveless who is under the age of twenty one years and
resides near Pond Spring P.O. Hall County Georgia. The said Laura,
James H., Williamson, Elizabeth, John, Clarissa, and Cassy Victoria are
the children of the decedant & the said Green, Allen, & Mary Spotts
grand children of said decedant.

Ordered by the Court that the fourth Monday in January 1857 be & is
hereby set for the hearing of said petition at Special Term of the Court
of Probate then to be held for said County at the Court House thereof
and that notice of the said filing of said petition of the time and
place appointed for the hearing thereof be given by publication for
forty days by publication for three successive weeks in the Tennessee
Valley, a newspaper published in Said County......."

*********************************************
Larry Russell - Researcher
rest of notes continued from John Harrison's notes regarding will of Clarissa

pg 145 cont'd
The State of Alabama Marshall County Court of Probate May 30th 1859 To John M. Scott
You are hereby notified that you were this day appointed by the Court of Probate of Said County Guardian ad litem of Clarissa Coker and Cassy Victoria Loveless minor heirs of the Estate of Clarissa Loveless decsd to attend to & protect their interest upon the final settlement of Alfred G. Russell Administrator of Said Estate. The Said Russell this day having filed in the office of the Judge of Said Court his account and vouchers & statement for final settlement of said Estate & the 27th day of June 1859 is the day set for such settlement when you may attend and contest the same if you think proper. M. Gilbreath Judge

I hereby accept the appointment of guardian ad litem of Clarissa Coker and Cassy Victoria Loveless minor heirs of Clarissa Loveless decsd - and also accept service of the above notice. This the 30th day of May 1859
John M. Scott Guardian ad litem for Clarissa Coker & Cassy Victoria Loveless

pg 146 (it appears some is missing)

Loveless decsd. Now comes the said A.G. Russell admin of Said Estate and moves the Court to proceed with the settlement, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that notice of the filing of the account and vouchers for final settlement of said administration administration of Said Estate has been given for three successive weeks by publication in the Marshall County News and strictly pursuant to an order of this Court made and ordered in the premises on the 30th day of May 1859 -
And the Court proceeding to examine said account and vouchers finds that the said administrator is chargeable in cash with the sum of twenty one hundred and ninty dollars and sixty six cents, and entitled to credits amounting to the sum of fifteen hundred and seventy dollars and forty nine cents. Leaving a balance in his hands for distribution among those entitled amounting to the sum of six hundred and twenty dollars and seventeen cents.

It is ordered and decreed by the Court that the Said of the Said Alfred G. Russell, Administrator of Clarissa Loveless decsd be allowed as above stated.

It is further ordered and decreed by the Court that the Said balance in the hands of the Said Administrator as aforesaid amounting to the sum of be paid to those legally entitled to the same, and it appearing to the Court that Laura now the wife of Alfred G. Russell is a daughter of the decedent, Allen Spotts, Green Spotts and Mary Spotts are the grand children of the decedent & children of Myra Spotts now decsd, James H. Loveless son, Williamson Loveless son, Elizabeth McGhee wife of George McGhee a daughter, John Loveless, Clarissa Coker and Cassy Victoria Loveless are the true and only heirs & distribution of Said Estate, That Laura Russell, James H. Loveless, Williamson Loveless, Elizabeth McGhee, John Loveless, Clarissa Coker and Cassy Victoria Loveless
(Pg 146) are each entitled to one eighth of Said Estate and that Allen Spotts, Green Spotts, & Mary Spotts are entitled each to one third of one eighth of Said Estate in right of their mother Myra Spotts decsd. It is ordered and decreed by the Court that Alfred G. Russell the Administrator & claim in his hands the sum of seventy seven dollars and fifty two cents, it being his wife, Laura Russells distributive share of Said Estate - It is ordered and decreed by the Court that James H. Loveless have and secures of the Said Alfred G. Russell Admin as aforesaid (pg 147) the sum of seventy seven dollars and fifty two cents his distributive share of Said Estate.

It is ordered and decreed by the Court that Said above pay over to Williamson Loveless the sum of seventy seven dollars & fifty two cents his distributive share of Said Estate.

It is ordered and deemed by the Court the Said Admis pay over to Elizabeth McGhee & George McGhee the sum of seventy seven dollars & fifty two cents her distributive share of said Estate for the use & benefit of said Elizabeth.

It is ordered & decreed by the Court that the said Admins pay over to John Loveless the sum of seventy seven dollars and fifty two cents, his distributive share of Said Estate.

It is ordered and decreed by the Court the Said Admin pay over to Clarissa Coker & her husband Dr. Coker the sum of seventy seven dollars & fifty two cents her distributive share of Said Estate for the use and benefit of Said Clarissa.

It is ordered & deemed by the Court that the Said Admin pay over to Cassy Victoria Loveless the sum of seventy seven dollars & fifty two cents, her distributive share of Said Estate.

It is further ordered and decreed by the Court the Said Admns pay over to the Said Allen Spotts the sum of twenty five dollars & eight four cents, his distributive share of Said Estate.

It is ordered & decreed by the Court that the Said Admns pay over to Green Spotts the sum of twenty five dollars & eight four cents his distributive share of Said Estate.

It is ordered & decreed by the Court that Mary Spotts have and recover judgement against the Said Admns for the sum of twenty five dollars & eight four cents her distributive share of Said Estate.

It is further ordered by the Court that all the paper writings, accounts, vouchers and all other similar proceedings touching Said Estate on file in this office be recorded

Account of Alfred G. Russell Administrator of the goods and chattis(?), rights and credits of Clarissa Loveless late of Marshall County deceased filed for final settlement in the Probate Court of Marshall County Alabama, Accountant charges himself as follows to wit,
(Note: end of papers received in this order, LRR)

(Note: This one I found on a recent visit to Guntersville, but it was almost courthouse closing time and I failed to record the book/page - Larry)
The State of Alabama Marshall County This Indenture made and concluded this 31st day of October A D Eighteen hundred and sixty by and between Louis Wyeth & Euphemia Wyeth his wife of the first part and Alfred G. Russell of the second part. All of the County of Marshall and State of Alabama, Witnesseth that the Said Louis Wyeth & Euphemia Wyeth for and in consideration of the sum of thirteen hundred Dollars to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the Said Alfred G. Russell the following tracts of land to wit, The North East quarter of Section twenty in functional Township Eight of Range three East and the North West quarter of the North West quarter of section twenty one in same township and range all of lands subject to entry & sale at the Coosa Land District and lying and being in the Said County of Marshall & State of Alabama, To have and to hold the Said tracts of land to him the Said Alfred G. Russell and to his heirs and assigns forever and the Said Louis & Euphemia Wyeth hereby covenant and agree to and with the Said Alfred G. Russell to warrant and defined for him his heirs and assigns the title to the Said tracts of land from the just claim or demand of all and every person claiming the Same by from or under them. In testimony whereof the Said parties have herein to set their hands and seals this day and year first Louis Wyeth Euphemia Wyeth
Abe.. ............. Sealed Signed and delivered in presence of
( all that copied - LRR)
(End of 20 copies sent - Larry R.Russell)

[NI01913] Source: Genealogical Abstracts from Greenville, SC - The earliest Minute Books of Ten Baptist Churges 1794-1850
Fork Shoals Minutes
July 19, 1814 Bro. James Loveless listed in attendance

ALSO: The following information is from a paper I found with notes that
> > I wrote after I received the will of James Loveless. (I'll continue to
> > look for the will so I can copy for you).
> >
> > James Loveless died 1846 Greenville County, South Carolina.
> > James Loveless married Linna (?)
> >
> >
> > Children per will:
> > James T. Loveless
> > John Loveless (dec'd) - his children
> > Of lawfull age: Laura Loveless;
> > Mirah (Mira) Loveless wife of Bennesville Spotts.
> > Minors: James H.; Williamson; Elizabeth; John; and Clarissa Loveless.
> > Jesse Loveless
> > Mary Loveless
> > Ruth Loveless
> > Linna Loveless, wife of William Nixon (married after Will written)
> > Levi Loveless of Gwinette County, GA
> > Thomas Loveless of Campbell County, GA
> > William Loveless of DeKalb County, GA
> > Hazle Loveless of Cass County, GA
> > Allen Loveless of M----- County, GA
> > ** Elizabeth Loveless, wife of Peter Crawford of Winston County, MS.
> >
> > ALSO on this page I have:
> >
> > William Loveless b 21 Dec 1792 - md Caroline Carlton
> > Elizabeth Loveless b 12 Dec 1794 - md Peter Crawford b 17 Nov 1785
> > John Harrison Loveless b 16 Nov 1796 md Clarissa Williamson
> > Levi Loveless b 13 Sept 1798 md Temperance Jones b 12 April 1802
> > Thomas Loveless b1 Nov 1800 md Rebecca Neighbors
> > Hazle Loveless b 23 Dec 1802 md Linna Riley b 29 Mar 1805
> > Allen Loveless b 24 Oct 1804 md Roxanna Hodges b 1804
> > Jesse Loveless b 30 Nov 1806 md Elizabeth Nixon b 1810
> > Mary Loveless b 6 Dec 1808 unmd
> > Ruth Loveless b 17 June 1811 unmd
> > James T. Loveless b 6 Mar 1813 md Rebecca b 1820
> > Linna Loveless b 2 Mar 1816 md William Nixon
> >
> > Other Notes: wife of James Loveless was Linna Hughes daughter of George
> > & Jemima Hughes.
> >
> > HUGHES line to our CRAWFORD line:
> > (1) Rev George Hughes 1st ancestor came to VA in 1646.
> > (2) William Hughes
> > (3) John Hughes md Sarah Harrison
> > (4) Blackmore Hughes md Elizabeth Roberts
> > (5) George Hughes md Jemima
> > (6) Linna Hughes md James Loveless
> > (7) Elizabeth Loveless md Peter Crawford
> >
> > ANOTHER NOTE: Peter Crawford had two known sisters, Drucilla who married

> > a SHAW (I beleive William Wiley Shaw), Margaret Ann "Peggy" who married
> > Frederick BAGWELL, and one known brother Joseph CRAWFORD.
> >
> > I know this isn't the best, but maybe it will help.
> >
> > Jeane
> >

[NI01919] in 1884 was in Richardson, Dallas County, TX

Received via email

My great-great-grandfather was a William Loveless who was born in 1834 in SC and died in Texas in 1888. I am trying to determine whether he was a child of John Harrison Loveless and Clarissa Williamson. Do you have any information on that issue, or can you point me to any other pertinent resources?

William Loveless and Mary Jane Bowman had six children: Laura, John, Ella, William, James and George. Mary Jane died in 1875, and William married (Margaret) Emma (Campbell) Stanley in 1876. In the 1880 Census for Dallas County, it lists a child "Gussie" who is the same age as John.

I have determined that Gussie's full name was William Augustus Stanley and that he was born in 1865 to Margaret Emma Campbell Stanley Loveless and her first husband, W.A. Stanley of Fannin County, Texas. (I have a copy of a marriage license in Dallas County dated Dec. 13, 1876 for "Wm. Lovelace and Emma Stanley." In the 1900, 1910, and 1920 censuses, Margaret Emma Loveless was living with her son, W.A. "Guss" Stanley and his family.) In your online Harrington tree, you list one of the children as "Russell," which I think must be a misreading of "Gussie."

I have a lot of information for William Loveless and his descendants, but I have not yet been able to document his ancestors. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated. And I would be happy to share anything I have with you.

Jeb Loveless
Arlington, Texas
jebloveless@yahoo.com

2nd

Thank you so much. I had seen reference to a will but thought I might have to go to Alabama to read it or the other probate documents. Do you have a copy of this affidavit or just a transcription? Where did you get it? ["Legalies" is probably "Legatees," and "afficant" is "affiant" or, less likely, "applicant."]

Do you have a copy or transcription of the will itself? Do you have a source for the information that Williamson, the son of Clarissa, married Mary Bowman?

I have attached a genealogy report of the descendants of William Loveless, Sr. The only place I have seen him called "Sr" is in the birth certificate that his son William Loveless "Jr" had issued in 1949, when he was 80 years old. (It lists his parents as William Loveless, Sr. and Mary Bowman.) But it's a good idea, because it makes it easier to keep them straight. I have not seen the name Williamson used anywhere in the records here in Texas.

William Loveless and his wife Mary Jane were living in Collin County with her parents in the 1860 Census. In 1867, her father, John D. Bowman, sold them some land in northeast Dallas County. There are several other deeds.

William and Mary Jane are both buried in the Bowman Family Cemetery in Collin County, next to their two daughters, who both died in their 20's. The Bowmans must have been wealthy. The monuments are quite impressive, and four of William Loveless's nine grandchildren have "Bowman" for a middle name. :>)

They were in Dallas County in the 1870 Census, and William and his second wife were in Dallas County for the 1880 Census.

In 1882, M.E. (Margaret Emma) Loveless and her husband "Wm." participated in deeds dividing up the property left by her deceased father, Robert Fleming Campbell.

In 1892, M.E. Loveless, a widow, for the "consideration of love and affection," gave away the property that she had inherited from William Loveless to the following: John Loveless, William Loveless, James Loveless, George Loveless, Fletcher E. Vinson, and Eras Bowman Jackson. The latter two were the sons of the two deceased Loveless daughters, Laura Loveless Jackson and Ella Loveless Vinson.

In 1897, George Loveless, described as "a single man, being the son of William Loveless and Mary Loveless, both deceased," sold the property that he had received to John Loveless, James Loveless, and William Loveless.

I have a copy of Laura Jackson's probate file (she died intestate) that says that her only child Eras Bowman Jackson was three years old when she died.

In 1909, Fletcher E. Vinson filed, in the deed records in Dallas County, a certified copy of an order from a Harris County District Court removing his disabilities as a minor (he was over 18 but less than 21) so that he could sell the property that he had received from M.E. Loveless.

I can't find wills for any of them. They all died intestate, as far as I can tell. So I am mostly relying on census records, documents I can find in the county records, grave markers, and my father's memory. He knew William Loveless, Jr. and his wife Rhoda well and also met John & Fannie Loveless, James & Callie Loveless, and George Loveless's wife Dora. I knew my great-grandmother Rhoda Loveless but do not remember meeting any of the others.

I've gone on long enough. Look at what I've sent and ask for anything else you want.

Jeb

[NI01920] Unverified Data from Freda Cowdell:

Elizabeth mar. 1853 Nov 3, Marshall Co., AL George McGhee, b. 1799, Washington Co., TN; d. bet May 1876 & 1800, Perry Co., AR; Ref. Source: Marshall Co., AL Marriage List 1853-1857, pg. 48).

Together they had 3 children:

John B. McGhee, b. 1854, AL (or GA); mar. 1 Virginia Catherine Coats; mar. 2 Margaret Lucinda Irwin

Sara Susan McGhee, b. 1857, GA; mar. Thomas J. Stover

Nolan S. McGhee, b. 1863, AR; mar. Josie Hambright

1860, Petit Jean, Perry Co., AR – George and Elizabeth are noted on census with 2 children of their own and an unknown Robertson child;

1870, Casa, Perry Co., AR – George and Elizabeth are noted on census with 3 children

1876 (May) – Perry Co., AR - George purchases land.

1880 – Casa, Perry Co., AR - Elizabeth is then found as being widowed with her youngest child at home.

1890 – Casa, Perry Co., AR – list Elizabeth McGhee on tax base.

1900 – Casa, Perry Co., AR - Elizabeth is found in the household of her youngest son and his wife.

1910 – Casa, Perry Co., AR - Elizabeth is found in the household of her oldest son, my great grandfather (John B. McGhee) and his 2nd wife.

. Have yet to find a connection to the George W. McGhaha noted on the 1850 Marshall Co., AL census – He was in early 20’s and mar. to a 16 year old. (Too young to be the husband of Elizabeth.)
. Correction: the Elizabeth Loveless that mar. George McGhee DID NOT marry Wendolew Siebold; this particular Elizabeth Loveless was a cousin to Mrs. McGhee.

[NI01921] ?????
Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John H. LOVELESS Self S Male W 56 SC Farmer & K-House SC SC
James LOVELESS Brother S Male W 60 SC At Home SC SC
Tempa LOVELESS Sister S Female W 58 SC House Work SC SC
Linna E. DENSON Niece S Female W 40 SC Domestic SC SC
William J. DENSON GNephew S Male W 8 GA GA SC
Della L. DENSON GNiece S Female W 6 GA GA SC
Minna E. DENSON GNiece S Female W 3 GA GA SC


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Source Information:
Census Place Summerville, Chattooga, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254139
NA Film Number T9-0139
Page Number 45B

[NI01924] Living with this family was a nephew, Squire Menily? age 14 (Kenily) (1850)

There is a Benneville Spotts listed with Company C, 43 Mississippi Infantry in the CSA.

Could he have died in the war? He would have been quite old....I'm not sure about this...

Allen Spotts
Benevill Spotts

[NI01931] North Carolina Revolutionary War Soldiers


Names: Elijah Williamson
Rank: Pri. Inf. and Calv.
Sums received: 135.00
Description of service: S. C. Militia
Commencement of pension: Do
Ages: 79

Names: Charles Williamson
Rank: Private
Sums received: 240.00
Description of service: N. C. Militia
Commencement of pension: Do
Ages: 80

Names: Above found in North Carolina Pension Roll pages 3, 65, 66 and 67.

Names: BURKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA

[NI01932] Source: Wade Lovelace
"Jamima Hicks Timmons was an interpreter for Chief Pathkiller, who was Principal Chief of the Cherokee's from 1811-1827. He was succeeded by Charles Hicks who died shortly after and wo was succeeded by his brother. Jamima was a Cherokee. She was a Hicks, who possibly married a Timmons first. Laura is in an article featuring the Cheokee School known as Creekpath in Marshall County, Alabama."

[NI01938] Source: Wade Lovelace
"In the will of Leroy W. Mattison, he leaves everything to John Allen Spotts, grandson of Clarissa Lovelss, but if he dies it all goes to the grandchildren of Elizabeth Taylor"
This could be Mary Elizabeth Spotts who possibly married a James Taylor

1860 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Morgan > North West Division
Living with 51 year old, Sarah Spotts
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Company C, 43rd Regiment Mississippi Infantry
"Whitfield Guards"
Mustered in Aberdeen, Monroe Co., MS, 27 March, 1862

Listed with his father as a soldier
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[NI01939] Living with Alfred and Laura Russell her aunt & uncle in 1870. Mother Myra may have died by then

1860 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Morgan > North West Division
Living with 51 year old, Sarah Spotts and siblings

[NI01945] Source: Wade Lovelace

Came to Virginia from Wales in the 1640's

[NI01951] Englebert (uncle Bert) went to Canada in the fifties and married with ??? (later more) and got 2 or 3 children (names??). Uncle Bert died in 1999.

one (late) uncle of me (Engelbert in your list) worked as a decorbuilder for Beachcombers (a popular soap in Canada)

Source: Martijn De Vreeze

[NI01952] my mother (Maria Ferdinanda Dorthea in your list) Nanky is a wellknown art gallery owner. In the eighties she was even the first art consultant. Now, after 30 years of running a gallery in holland, she moved with my father to France and started a huge gallery nearby the Ardeche townvillage St Agreve (if you go to www.google.nl and search for Nanky de Vreeze you will find some more info.

Source: Martijn de Vreeze

[NI01982] William came to Texas in 1855 according to his widow's CSA Pension application. He has alternately listed his birthplace as Ill and MO, but more often Ill. I have found a Benjamin Graves Cone that lists a William C. as a son on someone's website and lists his birth as 1831 and his death as in TX. B.G. married a Fanny Gamble in Athens OH in 1820. He also bought land in Gallatin Co., IL in 1832. This would jive with my W.C. being born there. However, it doesn't appear that the family lived there very long. B.G. died in Athens, OH in 1844. W.C. would have be 13 or 14. I still have to check out a Wm on the 1850 census in OH. There is a marriage record in Athens for a Wm who married a Ruth McCune in 1853. In Texas he appeared in Hunt Co., in 1860 alone and there is a marriage record for him in 1861to Mary F. Hendrix. Considering he was 30 by then, the first marriage could have been him as well. His first wife could have died before or on the way to Texas. He served in the Hunt Co., militia 1862-1865. Their first child was born 1866. I couldn't find him on the 1870 census. He appears on the 1880 census with Mary and all 7 children in Hunt County. I need to recheck the 1900 census. His wife was still in Hunt Co., as she filed in 1905 for a pension and was rejected. I have not been able to trace any of the children except for Calvin and Benjamin Crawford.
I need to tie William C. to Benjamin Graves. Since BG died in 1844, this could be difficult. BG had 2 sisters and a brother. Albert Benjamin and Damarius both show up in OH records along with B.G.. But the children of BG that are listed on that website I can find absolutely no records of in OH. I did find records of several Cones that are in Wm. C.'s generation, but they had to be cousins or that list I saw is completely wrong.

Interesting note: there is a marriage of an A.B. Cone in Hunt county in 1897, could this be W.C.'s brother??? or child or nephew?? Kind of late to be his brother. This A.B. is not on any census that I can find.

Found Wm. C. in Hutchison County, TX in 1900 with his youngest 3 children(married for 39 yrs and 10 children, all living). Hutchison is in extreme NW TX. Seems the family was on the move NW from Hunt as Benjamin C. was in Wilbarger (about 1/2 way) and I found a Lewis Cone in Montague County.
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Hunt County TX - Feb. 22, 1868 Newspaper Article on Voters

GREENVILLE INDEPENDENT
SATURDAY, 22 FEB 1868, PAGE 1
"THE REGISTERED VOTERS OF HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS"

CONE, WM. C.
HENDERSON, H.J.
HENDRYX, J.R.
HENDRYX, S.S.

http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/tx/hunt/newspapers/11-1868.txt
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CONE, WILLIAM
State: TX Year: 1880
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: E. D. 67 Page: 492
Database: TX 1880 Federal Census Index


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CONE, WILLIAM
State: TX Year: 1860
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Farmersville P.O. Page: 340
Database: TX 1860 Federal Census Index


Registered Voter in 1867 in Hunt County, TX

[NI01983] HENDRIX, WILLIAM
State: TX Year: 1880
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: E. D. 65 Page: 447
Database: TX 1880 Federal Census Index


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HENDRIX, DAVID C.
State: TX Year: 1880
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: E. D. 66 Page: 468
Database: TX 1880 Federal Census Index
Rejected Pensions of Hunt County from:
"Johnny Rebs of Hunt Co., TX by Mrs. Frances Terry Ingmire 1977

Cone, Mrs. M.F.
Age 61 (1902) m. 3-14-0861 Hunt Co. Tx to W.C. Cone
Wd. 5-9-1906 Came to TX 1855 served with Texas Infantry. Enlisted 9-1862 until close of war

1900 Census from Hutchison County states that she had 10 children all living and had been married for 39 years

Private, Hunt County Militia formed 7-24-1861

HENDRIX, REBIN
State: TX Year: 1880
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: E. D. 66 Page: 468
Database: TX 1880 Federal Census Index


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HENDRIX, STEPHEN
State: TX Year: 1870
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: White River Prect 2 Page: 349
Database: TX 1870 Federal Census Index


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HENDRIX, STEPHEN
State: TX Year: 1870
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: White River Prect 2 Page: 349
Database: TX 1870 Federal Census Index


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HENDRIX, STEPHEN
State: TX Year: 1870
County: Hunt County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: White River Prect 2 Page: 349
Database: TX 1870 Federal Census Index

[NI01984] Isaac left home by 1910...not on census
Living with parents in 1930
1930 U.S. Federal Census • California • Los Angeles • Los Angeles (Districts 501-750) • District 578
with his wife

[NI02019] Shot to death by son-in-law, Jack Elkins.

[NI02032] neighbor of his parents was Augustus Freeman....his middle name?

[NI02033] Tombstone has just "May Hart Bruce"

Bruce, May H View Image Online
Age: 60 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_1438
Race: Page: 5B

State: New Hampshire ED: 81

County: Hillsborough Image: 0222

Township: Milford


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[NI02034] Bruce, Hiram C View Image Online
Age: 71 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Vermont Roll: T626_1438
Race: White Page: 5B

State: New Hampshire ED: 81

County: Hillsborough Image: 0222

Township: Milford

[NI02042] In 1880, Eugene was living with a 51 year old farmer named Edward Robinson. His sister, Ellen was also living with them. Both Edward and Ellen are buried with them in the cemetery.

[NI02051] In 1880, Ellen was living with her brother, Euguene and his wife Nellie Jane. On the census next to her name was written "Spinal Trouble". She was 29 years old. The three of them were living in the household of Edward L. Robinson who was then 51 years old. Both Eugene and Mr. Robinson were listed as farmers. Interesting note: Edward Robinson is buried next to or near Ellen in the cemetery. He died in 1913.

[NI02063] Bruce, Donald C View Image Online
Age: 24 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Roll: T626_1438
Race: Page: 5B

State: New Hampshire ED: 81

County: Hillsborough Image: 0222

Township: Milford

[NI02068] Civil War Pension Index



Alvora M. Sargent ™
Images Online #: 1669 State Filed:
Widow: Relative:
Minor: Comments:

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Alvora M Sargent
Residence: Sharon, Vermont Occupation:
Enlist Date: 08 December 1863 State: Vermont


ancestry.com

[NI02074] Vermont Pensioners, 1835



County: Windsor Co.
Name: Jonas Bruce
Rank: Sergeant
Annual Allowance: 96 00
Sums Received: 1,524 49
Description of service: Massachusetts continental line
When placed on the pension roll: September 6, 1819
Commencement of pension: April 8, 1818
Age: 80
Laws under which inscribed, increased or reduced OR Remarks.: -
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HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790

VERMONT - WINDSOR COUNTY - TOWN OF SHARON
1. Free white males of 16 years upward, including heads of families
2. Free white males under 16 years of age
3. Free white females, including heads of families
4. All other free persons
5. Slaves
6. Total
7. Page number within parenthesis (p. ? )


Jesse BRUCE : 1 * 2 * 3 * 0 * 0 * 6 (p. 51)
Jonas BRUCE : 1 * 2 * 2 * 0 * 0 * 5 (p. 51)
Jonathan BRUCE : 1 * 0 * 4 * 0 * 0 * 5 (p. 51)

[NI02076] John Nott III (John Jr2., John Sr1.), son of John Nott and Patience Miller, was born in Wethersfield on 23 Nov 1683. In 1726, John had an illegitimate son with Mary Ward. John Nott IV, born in Middletown, CT, 5 May 1726. John Nott III married in 1731 at Fairfield, CT, to Martha Gray, who was baptized at Fairfield, CT, 6 Mar 1714 (with her twin brother Samuel.) Their parents were Henry Gray and Margaret. John Nott died at Westport, Hartford Co, CT, 11 Jul 1756. Martha remarried at Westport, CT, 15 Jul 1759, to JOSEPH PATCHEN. NOTT, d. at Fairfield, CT, 31 Oct 1754; died as a young child.
Mary Ward, mother of illegitimate son, John Nott IV was the daughter of Lt. James Ward and Elizabeth Rockwell of Middletown, CT. She was born in Middletown, 9 Apr 1697. The First Congregational Church records from Middletown, CT note on 27 Feb 1726 she "confessed her sin of fornication" and on 8 May 1726 "baptism of John Nott son of Mary Ward - she having given satisfaction to Church of her sin of fornication."
She eventually married as the 2nd wife of Benjamin Cornwall on 27 Feb 1735 and had 3 children by him: Twins, Hannah and Benjamin Cornwall, Jr. b. 16 Feb 1736 in Middletown and Mindwell, b. 11 Aug 1738. Hannah died 5 Mar 1740 (age 4) and Mindwell died 14 Sep 1742 (also age 4.) Benjamin had married first to Hannah Merry of Hartford and had 4 children born between 1713 and 1720. His first wife died in 1732. When he married Mary Ward his children were ages 22,20,18 and 15, the youngest, a son named Elijah. Mary's son, John Nott would have been 9. Mary died 19 Feb 1740 at the age of 43.
Mary's family saw to the care of her first child, John Nott. This comes through in the will of Mary's Aunt Abigail, sister of her father, James. James Ward died 4 January 1711-12 and his wife, Elizabeth died 28 July 1721, both before the birth of their grandson, John Nott. Since Mary was 29 when John was born, she may have been living with family members because she was an unmarried woman. With John Nott's grandparents and mother gone, aunt Abigail Ward left her grand-nephew "John Nott L5 in money, the old currency, on condition he live with his uncle Captain John Warner (husband of her sister Ann) until he is 21 years of age; but if he does not fulfill this condition he shall not be entitled to ye money. " Abigail died in 1741, unmarried, a year after her niece, Mary. John Nott would have been 15 years old in 1741 and it is assumed he lived with his uncle as instructed in Abigail's will.
Abigail did not mention any of Mary's other 3 children because Mary's daughter Hannah died a few weeks after her mother's death and Mary's surviving son and daughter would have been take care of by their own father, Benjamin Cornwall.
It can be speculated that the Nott family also kept a watchful eye on John Nott IV. John's uncle was the Reverend Abraham Nott, minister of a church in Saybrook. Many years later, John Nott IV's daughter, Sarah, would marry Rev. Abraham Nott's grandson Seldon, so the families must have stayed in touch with one another.

[NI02077] John Nott III (John Jr2., John Sr1.), son of John Nott and Patience Miller, was born in Wethersfield on 23 Nov 1683. In 1726, John had an illegitimate son with Mary Ward. John Nott IV, born in Middletown, CT, 5 May 1726. John Nott III married in 1731 at Fairfield, CT, to Martha Gray, who was baptized at Fairfield, CT, 6 Mar 1714 (with her twin brother Samuel.) Their parents were Henry Gray and Margaret. John Nott died at Westport, Hartford Co, CT, 11 Jul 1756. Martha remarried at Westport, CT, 15 Jul 1759, to JOSEPH PATCHEN. NOTT, d. at Fairfield, CT, 31 Oct 1754; died as a young child.
Mary Ward, mother of illegitimate son, John Nott IV was the daughter of Lt. James Ward and Elizabeth Rockwell of Middletown, CT. She was born in Middletown, 9 Apr 1697. The First Congregational Church records from Middletown, CT note on 27 Feb 1726 she "confessed her sin of fornication" and on 8 May 1726 "baptism of John Nott son of Mary Ward - she having given satisfaction to Church of her sin of fornication."
She eventually married as the 2nd wife of Benjamin Cornwall on 27 Feb 1735 and had 3 children by him: Twins, Hannah and Benjamin Cornwall, Jr. b. 16 Feb 1736 in Middletown and Mindwell, b. 11 Aug 1738. Hannah died 5 Mar 1740 (age 4) and Mindwell died 14 Sep 1742 (also age 4.) Benjamin had married first to Hannah Merry of Hartford and had 4 children born between 1713 and 1720. His first wife died in 1732. When he married Mary Ward his children were ages 22,20,18 and 15, the youngest, a son named Elijah. Mary's son, John Nott would have been 9. Mary died 19 Feb 1740 at the age of 43.
Mary's family saw to the care of her first child, John Nott. This comes through in the will of Mary's Aunt Abigail, sister of her father, James. James Ward died 4 January 1711-12 and his wife, Elizabeth died 28 July 1721, both before the birth of their grandson, John Nott. Since Mary was 29 when John was born, she may have been living with family members because she was an unmarried woman. With John Nott's grandparents and mother gone, aunt Abigail Ward left her grand-nephew "John Nott L5 in money, the old currency, on condition he live with his uncle Captain John Warner (husband of her sister Ann) until he is 21 years of age; but if he does not fulfill this condition he shall not be entitled to ye money. " Abigail died in 1741, unmarried, a year after her niece, Mary. John Nott would have been 15 years old in 1741 and it is assumed he lived with his uncle as instructed in Abigail's will.
Abigail did not mention any of Mary's other 3 children because Mary's daughter Hannah died a few weeks after her mother's death and Mary's surviving son and daughter would have been take care of by their own father, Benjamin Cornwall.
It can be speculated that the Nott family also kept a watchful eye on John Nott IV. John's uncle was the Reverend Abraham Nott, minister of a church in Saybrook. Many years later, John Nott IV's daughter, Sarah, would marry Rev. Abraham Nott's grandson Seldon, so the families must have stayed in touch with one another.

[NI02097] Mother Frances (45) and sister Frances (10) were living with Greenberry in 1850 Blount County, Alabama (Census #172B).

[NI02098] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James I. COX Self M Male W 42 AL Saloon Keeper AL AL
Martha COX Wife M Female W 35 AL House Keeping SC AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Township 13, Blount, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254002
NA Film Number T9-0002
Page Number 488A

[NI02103] John Cox. Wife: Sarah Cox. Sons: William Cox (eldest), Ned Cox, John Cox, James Cox, Tilman Cox (-21), Azariah Cox (-21, Israel Cox (-21), Hiram Cox (-21). Daughters: Elizabeth Skelton, Naomi Cox (-18), Casiah Cox (-18), Delilah Cox (-18), Sarah Cox (-18), Sally Cox (-18). Land: "Plantation lying on Savannah River and Generestee Creek." Exors: wife Sarah Cox, sons William Cox and John Cox. Wits: Jesse Couch, Edward Cox, Samuel Fitzgerald. Date: 18 Aug. 1815. Probate: 9 Aug. 1816. Bk. A p. 196, Roll 105. Anderson Co, SC.

In about 1805 a John Cox of Pendleton District bought two islands in Savannah River across from mouth of Generostee Creek (big). 1816 will of John Coxes mentions his Irelands (islands).

That location is about two miles south of US 29 bridge across Savannah River -- west of Iva.

Deed research (good unless John Cox Jr sold the property to another John Cox between 1796-and 1816) indicates that John Cox Jr. bought the property in 1790s from Beverly Cox. A John Cox Sr gave property to his son Beverly in 1790s. Some details indicate that John Cox Sr and John Cox Jr. would be descendants of or related to the William Cox of Warrior Creek on Enoree River who died 1783. He may be grandson of John Beverly who died in NC in 1737.

[NI02105] I am trying to determine if my great grandfather was one of the children of John and Sarah Cox. All our records indicate that his name was Rial Cox; however, some in the family believe he was Azariah (or Azarial). Even if this is the case we still have a problem because John Cox, in his will, list all his hiers as "son" or "daughter" except Azariah to whom he simply states "next I give to Azariah Cox sixty dollars when he arrives at twenty one years of age."

My concern is two fold:
1. Is Azariah (or Azarial) the same as Rial Cox, and
2. if so, why is he not listed in John Cox's will as a "son"?
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I have a John & Sarah Cox in the Pendelton Dist, SC. They had 14 children, their 11th child, a son was named Azariah.

[NI02115] 1860 Fannin County, GA Census

181 COX
Tilman 53 M Farmer SC
Emily 30 F Hskpr TN
Jane 4/12 F GA
DILLMER, Barbary 25 F Hskpr NC
HARRIS, John 20 M FarmHand GA

182 HAYS
Sarah 60 F Hskpr NC (Emily's mother?)

[NI02126] Beverly Cox. Wife: Mary Cox. Sons: not named. Daughters: not named. Comments: "schooling of my children" Exors: Wife, Mary Cox, Trusty friend James Jones. Witnesses: Thomas Turner, John Cox, James Shields. Date 13 Sept. 1794. Probate: 19 Sept. 1796. Source: Bk. C p. 91, Rec. 19 September. 1796. Anderson Co, SC. (Not in Probate Court Files).

[NI02133] Headstone lists her as first wife of Hampton Jones.

[NI02135] He enlisted into I Co. 40th Inf Reg. GA from Bartow Co., GA.

[NI02137] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Wilson STEPHENS Self M Male W 59 SC Farmer NC SC
Eliza STEPHENS Wife M Female W 56 SC Keeping House SC SC
Judge L. STEPHENS Son S Male W 14 GA Works On Farm SC SC
Noah STEPHENS Son M Male W 22 GA SC SC
Marogret R. STEPHENS DauL M Female W 21 GA Keeping House NC NC
Wilson STEPHENS GSon S Male W 7M GA GA GA


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Source Information:
Census Place Arkaqua, Union, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254169
NA Film Number T9-0169
Page Number 158C

[NI02164] ????
Benton County Cemetery

TUCKER ELIZABETH 1854 1938 G.A.R.

[NI02218] MABERRY, ROBERT TRUITT - Robert Truitt Maberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Maberry, Gilmer, graduate of ETSTC. Entered Army, 1944, trained at Camp Wolters, Texas. Discharged in 1944.

[NI02220] Left Union County, GA by 1860

[NI02222] Left Union County, GA by 1860

[NI02226] 1850 Slave Schedule, Union County, GA
One Female Age 18, One Male Age 7/12

[NI02229] Single gravesite in Shady Grove Cemetery, Union County, Ga for "infants of"

[NI02231] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Cannon STEPHENS Self M Male W 65 SC Farmer VA SC
Jane STEPHENS Wife M Female W 68 SC Keeping House SC SC
Nancy STEPHENS Dau S Female W 37 GA SC SC
Mary STEPHENS Dau S Female W 35 GA SC SC


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Source Information:
Census Place Gum Log, Union, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254169
NA Film Number T9-0169
Page Number 151C

[NI02324] Seth is the father of Francis according to Deering, New Hampshire Town Records.

Seth and all his siblings left Mass around 1785. Two of his brothers ended up in different parts of Maine. The only record of him being in NH is a court record from Francestown and the Deering Town Record that lists himself and his wife and children. It is notable that Seth's sister, Susannah married Enoch Holmes and they moved to Francestown, NH. My supposition is that Seth moved with his sisters family to Francestown, with his wife, Molly and son, Lewis around 1790. He had at least 2 more children, Francis and Fanny. By 1810, when Francis was a young man and before Fanny was born, they moved on to Sharon, VT where he appears on the 1810 census along with his first son Lewis also as a head of household. There is also a marriage record for his son Lewis in Sharon in 1812. They are the only two Harts in Sharon at the time. Lewis moved out of state after 1820. So far the only record I have of him is 1850 Illinois census.

Seth's death record, recorded in Sharon, VT is very hard to read. This is the best I could do:

Heart, Leaft. Seth

I think this might mean Lieut. or Capt.
Also in the Pine Hill Cemetery, next to Seth, is Mary Hart. This is probably their daughter called Polly in the Deering Town Records as the age is about right. Is says she was 60 in 1850. She probably never married

From Genealogical Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files Volume II F-M by Virgil D. White:
"Hart, Seth, Molly, W19701, MA Line sol appl 13 Apr 1818 Windsor Co VT, in 1820 he was aged 65 with a wife aged 55 & a child aged 16 unable to earn her living, sol reapplied 21 Nov 1845 at Sharon CT aged 88 & wid appl there 3 Apr. 1846, aged 81, sol & wid had m at Walpole MA on 3 May 1878, sol d 26 Dec 1845"

I believe the reference to his reapplication should be Sharon, VT and the child is poss. Fanny Eunice who married in Sharon in 1826 to a Pelatiah Metcalf.

Hillsborough County New Hampshire Court Records:

"Hart, Seth, yeoman, of Francestown, vs Grimes, James, husbandman, of Deering, doc date 1798, judgement, debt, file #564"

1830 Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont
Seth Hart- 1 male 5-10, 1 male 70-80, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 60-70
(I'm not sure who the young male is, but the female is probably Mary/Polly Hart, an unmarried daughter)

1840 Sharon, Windsor County, Vermont
Seth Hart-1 male 15-20, 1 male 80-90, 1 female 40-50, 1 female 60-70
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From: BillMIG@aol.com
Subject: Seth Hart
Date: Mon, 7 May 2001 09:18:59 EDT

Went down to the Pine Hill Cemetery yesterday morning and found the graves of
Mary, Mary K, Capt Seth Hart. The Pine Hill Cemetery is located on Route 14
just outside Town of Sharon heading toward South Royalton. The cemetery has
two levels and your people are located on the first level on the left about
center. The stones of Mary K & Capt Seth I would think are made of slate
with Mary's being probably granite. Taking a photo that will come out may be
trouble...it will have to be a late day shot due to location of sun (didn't
take my camera so if is a future problem). The three stones read: Mary
Hart, Died, Aug 2, 1850, AE 60 yrs; Mary K, wife of, Seth Hart, died Aug 24,
1848, Age 83; Capt. Seth Hart, A soldier of the Revolution, died Dec 26,
1845, Age 89. All stones are on good shape for their age and the cemetery is
quite well maintained. Will get a photo in the near future at such time I
will need an address. Bill
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NOTE: The Mary Hart was probably Lewis' wife???????
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From: Genealogical History of Samuell Hartt..... by James M. Hart 1903

Mr. Hart was a private soldier in Lexington, Mass., alarm, April 19, 1775, served ten days in Col. John Smith's regiment, and enlisted Aug. 15, 1777, from Walpole, as a private in War of the Revolution, Capt. Aaron Smith's company, Col. Benjamin Gill's regiment,; discharged Nov. 29, 1777.

Mr. Hart resided at Walpole, and about 1790 went to Deerin, N.H., and about 1799 went to Sharon, Vt. He sold his share of his father's estate in Walpole, Feb. 5, 1801; deed recorded at Dedham, book 15, page 25. He died in 1836.

From: Revolutionary Pension File # W19701

""...having served as a Sargent of Infantry under Capt. Smith in Col Gills Reg't 9 months in 1777 and in 1778 as a Sargemt pf Caba;ru imder a French Captain 9 months and that he served as a private in Col Reeds Regiment in 1775 and 1776 twenty months and that he served nearly one year aboard the Sloop of War Thorn in 1779 under Capt. Joseph Tucker."

"...That in Walpole, MA in which place he ten resided in the month of April 1775 enlisted in Capt. Seth Bullard's company in Col. Joseph Reed's Regiment in the Massachusetts line, for eight months. I then enlisted in Capt. Samuel Payson's Company in Col. Joseph Reed's Regiment in the Massachusetts line in the continental establishment for one year. I served the whole term of my enlistment and received an honourable discharge was in the battle at East-Chester and on the White Plains."
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Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 120)

Seth Hart was mustered into Coll John Smiths Regt marched in consequence of the alarm Apr. 19, 1775.
He was 18 years old and was one of 157 men mustered out that day under Capt. Seth Bullard over the fields to Concord. Their course was through Medfield, Dover and Sherborn.

Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 131)

Seth Hart was mustered in Capt. Seth Bullard's in Col. Joseph Reads Regt., to the last of Aug. 1775, 3 mos. men as a private.
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Source: Sharon,
General Index of Records , Deeds Vol. 1772-1898

Grantor to Grantee
Vol. 5 (1801-1805)
Hart, Seth to David Wilson p.229

Grantee from Grantor
Vol. 5 (1801-1805)
Hart, Seth from Timothy Lester p.228

(provided by rwcont@yahoo.com)
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Only mention of Hart in the Francestown history is to Seth Hart as one of the
signers of a petition to the New Hampshire legislature to form a new town from
what remained of Society Land, & pieces of Francestown & Deering. This was in
June 1792. It would probably be worth checking out Deering, New Hampshire as
well as Francestown.

Source:
A J Hibbard
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1840 Census had one male 15-20 yrs living with them along with daughter, Mary/May. Servant?

[NI02325] Her tombstone reads "Mary K. Hart". By the birthdate and note on tombstone of "Wife of Seth" this has to be Molly Kingsbury, so I don't know if she changed her name or an error was made on the inscription.

By e-mail:
Letty,

I was going over some of the files you sent to me and remembered
that I have not responded to your comment on the grave stone of Mary K.
I have often run across the use of Mary as a substitute for Molly in the
Kingsbury line and it does not surprise me that they would list it this
way on her tombstone. Since this was the name they knew her by it is
also the name they wanted to remember her by. You did a good job and I
appreciate the files.

Ken Kingsbury


Her marriage record lists her as Molly Kingsbury as do other documents in Mass. In Deering Town records she is listed as Polly. On her tombstone, she is listed as Mary K. Hart. I believe she went by all three names as her husband in all of these documents is listed as Seth. She is also listed as Molly in her husband's pension application as well as her widow's application. There is also a daughter that went by the names Polly and Mary. Again, the Polly was in NH and the Mary was on her tombstone. Possibly the Polly was a mistake for Molly and they both went by Mary later in life. As noted by other researchers, Mary is a common substitute for Molly.

[NI02326] Lewis probably lived with his father in Deering, NH and then moved to Sharon, VT around 1800 where he married his wife. He is on the 1820 census with 2 males under 10yrs and 2 females under 10 yrs. He does not show up after that.

Hart, Lewis View Image Online
State: Vermont Year: 1820
County: Windsor Roll: M33_128
Township: Sharon Page: 179
Image: 222



Lewis does not show up on the Deering Town Record where his father Seth has recorded his children. This record was dated 1806, so Lewis, being 19 by then, could have already left for Sharon, Vermont.

Lewis and Betsy are on the 1850 Census for Dupage, Dupage County, Illinois by themselves at ages 63 and 57. No other Harts are in this county. There are leads that one of their sons, Russell, was in Illinois before moving on to MN then IA then CO. His oldest son was possibly born in Illinois in 1862, however I didn't find him on any other census than the 1870 MN census in Carrollton. No death records for Lewis and Betsy in Iowa that I could find yet. Did they move to MN with Russell? They weren't on the 1870 census with his family. Russell and Lydia ran a boarding house in MN and they did have an Israel Hart age 84 (b. c. 1786 VT) listed with them. Related?

HART, LEWIS
State: IL Year: 1850
County: Du Page County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Du Page Page: 004
Database: IL 1850 Federal Census Index


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HART, LEWIS
State: IL Year: 1850
County: Du Page County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Du Page Page: 004
Database: IL 1850 Federal Census Index


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HART, LEWIS
State: IL Year: 1860
County: McHenry County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Algonquin Page: 062
Database: IL 1860 Federal Census Index


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The Erie Canal greatly enhanced the development of the rich lands of western New York, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, as well as land further west. As these lands developed, they were able to ship products to New York City cheaper that they could be produced in Vermont. This put many Vermonters at a competitive disadvantage. In addition, the ease with which people were able to travel to these western states caused many Vermonters to move west. The story of Marshall Castle that follows is an example of the ease and speed of travel and the number of Vermonters from a single family who gave into the lure of the West. Thus it was canals built by New York that had the greatest impact on Vermont.

In the march of the New England people from the coast, three movements are of especial importance: the advance from the seaboard up the Connecticut and Housatonic Valleys through Massachusetts and into Vermont; the advance thence to central and western New York; and the advance to the interior of the Old Northwest. The second of these stages occupied the generation from about 1790 to 1820; after that the second generation was ready to seek new lands; and these the Erie Canal and lake navigation opened to them, and to the Vermonters and other adventurous spirits of New England. It was this combined New York-New England stream that in the thirties poured in large volume into the zone north of the settlements which have been described. The newcomers filled in the southern counties of Michigan and Wisconsin, the northern countries of Illinois, and parts of the northern and central areas of Indiana. Pennsylvania and Ohio sent a similar type of people to the area adjacent to those States.
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Any of these could possibly be Lewis' other 2 sons
HART, CHARLES BRAINARD, HELEN S MC HENRY 01/25/1855 A/ 36 1441
HART, EDWARD T BISHOP, MARTHA MC HENRY 08/09/1860 A/ 60 2374
HART, HIRAM SPENCER, SALLY MC HENRY 05/05/1857 A/ 46 1849
HART, JOSEPH D STOWELL, FRANCES MC HENRY 07/04/1839 A/ 2 46******
HART, JOSEPH D DUTTON, MARY M MC HENRY 03/28/1859 A/ 55 2180
HART, NOAH H BAIRD, ELIZABETH M MC HENRY 03/18/1860 A/ 58 2322
HART, PATRICK REILLY, JULIA (RIDER) MC HENRY 01/15/1861 A/ 62 2445
HART, WILLIAM JR WHEELER, SUSAN C MC HENRY 05/04/1847 A/ 12 473
(this William listed in 1850 Census with Susan at age 28 b. VT...could be Russell's youngest brother)
HART, WILLIAM SR DOE, MARY JANE MRS MC HENRY 01/10/1863 A/ 69


Illinois Public Land Purchase Records
Viewing records 1-4 of 4 Matches


Name Type Section Sect Township Range Meridian Acres Price Total Date Month Date Day Date Year Reside Volume Page Blank SocStat ID Corr-Tag
HART LEWIS FD NW 09 38N 10E 3 16000 125 20000 January 14 1843 000 686 047 048253 0
HART LEWIS F FD NPTISL48 05 09S 03W 4 3151 125 3939 May 09 1837 000 700 118 285289 0
HART LEWIS FD ISL5OPT 09 09S 03W 4 1105 125 1381 May 10 1837 000 700 118 285290 0
HART LEWIS FD SPTIL48 08 09S 03W 4 2909 125 3647 May 10 1837 000 700 118
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Son?
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Joseph HART Self W Male W 66 VT Cabinet Maker --- ---
Jane HART Dau S Female W 26 IL Dressmaker VT NY


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Source Information:
Census Place Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Family History Library Film 1254554
NA Film Number T9-0554
Page Number 240B
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As to Lewis Hart being in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula Co. OH, Nancy Burbank, who is now deceased, wrote me in 1983 that she had received material from Hartsgrove. It probably was a county or town history although she didn’t cite the reference. She quoted at length:

“George Alderman of Windsor was the first to come to Hartsgrove when he erected a log cabin in 1822. His cousin Fredrick Alderman, came the following year.
“The men were squatters but later purchased land. In 1828, George returned to Windsor and Thomas Burbank moved into his cabin.
“The first recorded deed was for 120 acres to Destine Alford in 1827. The second was to Burbank.
“In 1829, land was also purchased by Shubel Adams, David Griffin and Carmi E. Hopkins. Soon after the settlement increased and among those settlers were Cornelius Norris, Orson Grant, Calvin Grover, Jonathan Avery, Josiah Avery, Solomon Smith and Lewis Hart.”

John Burbank

[NI02327] Jacob and Susanna Guild Hart were baptised as adults in the Second Parish (AKA South or Tiot Parish) of Dedham on 6/17/1739 and were "admitted" under the Halfway Covenant in 1747. Since Susanna died in 1742, I believe this second reference was Jacob and his second wife Sarah. The book that this came from said the notes were transcribed from a handwritten log kept by the head of this church who notoriously got names mixed up.


Jacob first appears in Dedham Town Records in 1730 when he was about 20 years old. There was no one with the surname Hart prior to this year. Either he immigrated from England at this time, or possibly, moved from another town by himself.

There is a Hart family in Salem from 1635-1700. One descendant, Jonathan Hart, born 1648, married and had 3 children in the 1670's. His wife died and he left town around 1681, leaving his home and children with his brothers-in-law, Joseph and Jeremiah Neale. It just says he went "southward". This could be the father or grandfather of Jacob.

Source: Early Records of Dedham Massachussetts 1737-1766 (Norwood Printing Co. 1968)
March 14, 1750/51
Page 194
"...for Mending and keeping in Good repair the Seaveral Roads and ways in the Town, Which are as follow:...
To Aaron Guild, Walpole Road from Walpole Line to the Old Post-Road by John Cob's, The Way by Benj: Fairbanks, The Way by Evenr: Deans junr., & The Way by Jacob Harts, ..."

Page 281
March 30, 1761
"To Jacob Hart for transporting two Persons out of Town. 10(shillings)."

Page 298
"Decr. 26, 1762. Taken up and Strayed, by Jacob Hart, 10 Sheep, 8 white and 2 Black, 5 Reded on the Back with a cross, &3 Reded on their wethers, & 2 No Mark."

Page 301
(March 1763)
"Whereas the Town at their Meeting of ye 7th. Instant Made Choice of...Mr. Jacob Hart for Surveyor of Ways..."

All other of the numerous entries are regarding Jacob's tax rates or signing of documents in the capacity of a Surveyor of Ways and Fence Viewer.
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Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 136)

Jacob's first entry in Walpole town records was May 26, 1783 where he was charged 44-4 for a church pew.

[NI02329] Since her father, Jacob Hart, was still in Dedham in 1761, I am assuming she was born in Dedham.

[NI02330] Francis was 15 years old, 5'9" with light complexion, black hair and blue eyes. This is recorded in the book of MA Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War. I also lists his detailed service.

When he married in 1801, his name was preceded by "Capt."

[NI02331] Jacob is listed in the "Warnings out for Wrentham, MA)
Listed under "Strangers Taken Into Wrentham, MA:

Stranger Hart, Jacob
Last Res Walpole
Date Take In Jan. 5, 1784
Circumst. (NOTE: the first line, "Last from the arme he is an" is crossed out.) "to make an inhabitant of Walpole)
Notifier Day, Jeremiah
Page 35

Listed on the 1790 Suffolk County Census, Heads of Household, Walpole with himself and 3 females only. (his two oldest daughters and wife)


from Genealogical Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files, Volume II F-M page 1544 (by Virgil D. White)
"Hart, Jacob, S35389, MA Line, appl 7 Apr 1818 Peobscot Co MA (ME) aged 58, in 1820 he had a wife Jerusha aged 57."

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Holden's Early History
In the spring of 1787, a section six miles east from the Penobscot River was surveyed by General John Blake of Wrentham, Massachusetts. That area, now Holden, has borne the names of two states, Massachusetts and Maine; three counties - Hancock, Lincoln, and Penobscot, as well as the town names of East Wrentham, New Wrentham, Orrington, East Brewer and finally in 1852, Holden. At that time it became the eighth youngest town in Penobscot County.

A few years before General Blake's arrival, John Brewer of Worcester, Mass., had obtained the consent of the General Court of Mass. to survey a large tract of land in the area, extending from Bucksport to Eddington and known as a part of Township 9. Such was the general location of the future Town of Holden. For purposes of civil government it was first a part of Orrington. In 1812 when the northeast section of that town became Brewer, the future Holden area was designated as East Brewer until incorporated April 13, 1852.

The selection of the town's name is traced to that of a Worcester, Mass. suburb which was known as the "north half of Worcester." It was later named Holden from that of a merchant, Samuel Holden, "whose philanthropies aided the colonies."

The year following (1787) his surveying expedition, General Blake brought his wife and two children to their new home, a log cabin built the previous year. The location was on Potash Hill, a short distance from Holden Center on the recently (1975) discontinued Dole Hill Road. Since he had come from Wrentham, Mass., he gave the name of New Wrentham in the District of Maine to the future settlement.

General Blake was soon joined in his solitude by other settlers which included: Isaac Clewley, John Farrington, Ebenezer Fisher, Samuel Gilmore, Calvin Holbrook, Elijah Jones, David Mann, and Silas Winchester. The majority of these came from Wrentham. The wives of Clewley, Gilmore and Jones accompanied their husbands while the other wives came two years later. It is interesting to note that, in addition to General Blake, six of this group were Revolutionary War Veterans, and that the average age was late twenties or early thirties. The first child born in the colony was September 8, 1788 to the Samuel Gilmores.

The settlers located for the most part on hills so that the corn, their staple food, might be safe from early frost and would ripen.

John Farrington located on the top of Dole Hill then called Wrentham Hill. His log cabin was on the right hand side of the road as one would face Hart's Corner. At a little distance on the left were located Silas Winchester and Ebenezer Fisher. At a later date Mr. Fisher moved to the now (1975) closed Fisher Road. Across the road from Fisher and Winchester, Isaac Clewley located. After some years he built a frame house on the Eddington Road (Route 46) about a mile and a quarter from East Holden. Eventually, he moved to North Brewer. David Mann and Samuel Gilmore located on top of Mann Hill- Mr. Mann near the Fisher Road junction and Mr. Gilmore near the junction of the Mann Hill and Clark Roads. Mr. Gilmore later built the first frame house in that area.

The story is related of how Mr. Mann became discouraged in the task of clearing land and the pioneer way of living. Having decided to return to Massachusetts, he went to so inform Mr. Gilmore. As he approached the latter's home, he heard his neighbor cheerfully whistling as he worked. Mr. Mann turned and returned home to his labors; thus did he become one of the settlement's permanent residents.

Elijah Jones and Calvin Holbrook cleared land near the intersection of the South and Hogan Roads. This junction was later known as Holbrook Corner.

During the period of 1786-1798, these settlers were joined by Isaac Bates, Col. Solomon Blake, Billings Brastow, Daniel Brastow(called "Deo Dat"-Latin meaning "he gives to God"), Nathan Clark, Samuel Cobb, Joseph Copeland, Lemuel Copeland, William Copeland, Asaph Gates, Thomas George, David Gilmore, Jacob Hart, James Hastings, Allen Hodges, Nathan Kingsbury, Abia Pond, Elisha Rider, Elisha Robinson, John Robinson, William Rogers, Zenas Rogers, Newell Shepard and George Wiswell.

Only in a relatively few cases can a specific or even general statement be made as to the place of individual location. The Copelands and Mr. Wiswell located in the Wiswell neighborhood, now Copeland Hill section; Solomon Blake, about half way up the Rider's Bluff Road (end of Easy Street above which has been discontinued); Elisha Rider nearer the top of Rider's Bluff; Nathan Clark, on the Clark Road; Thomas George, at East Holden; David Gilmore, Mann Hill; Jacob Hart, end of Hogan Road; Zenas Rogers, South Road.

A description written by Geo. C. Wiswell, a descendant of the pioneer Geo. Wiswell:

"They followed a spotted line which was their only guide, about six or seven miles from the Penobscot River, in an unbroken wilderness, and here they built their log cabins and covered them with bark. The first year, they felled some trees and cleared some land, but were not able to raise any crop.

Fortunately, some natural meadows which the beavers had made, were found nearby and furnished pasturage for the cows in summer, and in the winter they were kept near the meadow haystack, the owners going by turns to get their milk. In 1788, quite a quantity of Indian corn and rye was raised, which the farmers carried on their backs to the river and boated to South Orrington, to be ground and brought back the same way.”

One Emmons Kingsbury purchased the land in 1801 for $250. He cleared the farm and built the house, one of the first three frame houses in that neighborhood. Two years later, Mr. Kingsbury brought his bride, Hannah Rider, from Rider's Bluff to her new home. Over a long period of time the house changed hands several times. Other owners were, in order, Samuel Jones, who later built elsewhere in the neighborhood and a man by the name of Shedd. He in turn eventually sold to Tarvis Hart, a descendant of one of the original pioneers. All owners in recent years have maintained the colonial atmosphere even with the necessary alterations needed for modern living.

Copeland Hill is also the location of the first house built after Holden became a town. The owner, Thomas R. Copeland, often made the remark that his house was the first house built in Holden. Upon this statement being challenged that various other houses were older, he would finally remark "I did not say oldest house in Holden. I said first house built in Holden." It is still occupied by one of his descendents.

From the “Highlights of the History of Holden, Maine”
By the Holden Bicentennial Heritage Committee, 1976

[NI02332] Since her father, Jacob Hart, was still in Dedham in 1761, I am assuming she was born in Dedham???

[NI02333] From: Vital Records from Maine Newspapers:
Hart, Russell, Capt, mariner, late of Portland (ME)
Gazette of Maine - 30 Aug 1794

This is probably the death notice for this Russell Hart. Will check further.

[NI02334] Since her father, Jacob Hart, was still in Dedham in 1761, I am assuming she was born in Dedham.

[NI02335] Since her father, Jacob Hart, was still in Dedham in 1761, I am assuming she was born in Dedham.

[NI02336] Since her father, Jacob Hart, was still in Dedham in 1761, I am assuming she was born in Dedham.

[NI02338] in Dedham, Mass., July 17, 1759, Jacob Hart, accident;

Vital Records Of New Hampshire Gazette, 1756-1800

[NI02340] Source: Early Records of Dedham Massachussetts 1737-1766 (Norwood Printing Co. 1968)
Page 271
Dec. 30, 1760
"To Stephen Hart an Abatement of his Pole in the Taxes for the year 1760."

(only mention of Stephen from 1706-1766)

[NI02345] On a list:
A list of Captain Samuell Mosselys Company taken at Deham the 9th day of Xber, 1675

Legislators of the Massachusetts General Court, 1691-1780

Name Year of Birth Place of Birth Year of Death Place of Death Description Bibliography


Guild, Samuel 1647 Dedham 1730 Dedham Dedham HR 1719; selectman 1692-1704, 10-16; treasurer 1694-1704, 10-14; moderator 1719-20; lieut. 1696, capt. 1705; M Mary Woodcock (c1657-a1697) in 1676, 10 ch; farmer. No committees. 1887 Guild g 26

[NI02347] Came to America c. 1636 or 1637 on the "Rose".
Admitted as a freman 1643 in Dedham, MA.
Founding father of Dedham.

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POSTERITY OF JOHN GUILD

OF DEDHAM, MASS.


First Generation.

JOHN GUlLD, 1 supposed to have been born in England about 1616 came to America in the year 1636, with his brother Samuel and sister Ann. He was admitted to the church at Dedham, Mass., July 17,1640, and bought in this year twelve acres of upland on which he built a house which was occupied by himself and descendants for more than two hundred years. He was made a freeman May l0,1643, and as one of the original grantees had assigned to him and his heirs forever, three roods and twelve rods, more or less, to which he added by grants and purchases, considerable other real estate in Dedham, Wrentham, Medfield, and Natick. He was thoroughly honest in all his dealings, industrious and frugal, modest in his deportment, and retiring in his habits. He never held any office, and the town records show his attendance at town meeting but once in several years, and then on an occasion of considerable excitcment in relation to making alterations and additions to the meeting-house. He married, June 24, 1645, ELIZABEIH CROOKE, of Roxbury, who transferred her relation from the church of that place to the church in Dedham, July 4,1649. She died Aug. 31,1669. He died Oct. 4,1682, leaving the following will:—

Know All Men By These Presents, That I, John Guild of Dedham. in the County of Norfolk, in the Massachusetts Colony, in New England, being at present weake in bodye, and in expectation of my departure out of this world, do make this my last will and testament, in manner and form as followeth, viz.:—

First, I give unto my three children, Samuel, John and Elizabeth all my wearing apparel, to be equally divided among them, as well linen as woolen. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, two cows, one of wch is at present in her hands, and my bed and all belonging thereunto, as also all that is in my chest that is suitable for her use; Further, I give onto my sd daughter all my land Lying near the Falls, in the dividend called Natick Dividend, to her and her use forever, and one booke of Mr. Burroughs, called Gospel Conversation.

I give and bequeath unto my son John Guild, all my land lying in Wrentham, as well upland as meadow, as also my lott near Meadfield, in the dividend called Meadfield Dividend, to him and his heir forever; also, I give unto my sd John my looms and four sleays, which are suitable for present use, as aIso one wheel wth ye blades, and a booke called Sound Believer. I give and bequeath unto my son, Samuel Guild, all my house lott with my dwelling house and barne, with my land upon Wigwarm Plaine as also my meadow at Fowle Meadows, and eight acres, of land, more or less, at Ragged Plaine, and also all common rights in lands to me in any belonging which are not a'ready mentioned in this my will, and for a full manifestation that this above written is my reall will I have hereonto set my hand and affixed my seal, this third day of October in the year of our lord one thousand six hundred eighty two.

In presence of Nathaniel (Sig.)
Sterns, Thomas Metcalf,

It was certified in court, Nov. 3, I682, " that he was, to the understanding of the witnesses, of disposing mind." The following inventory of his estate was made Nov. 4, 1682:—

His wearing apparell, hats, shoes, and Stockins£ 3 19
His Bible and other books, 16-8, in money 4-8. 1
A feather bed, with all thereunto belonging 7 10
Some small pieces of linen -8, two sheep skins, a great chest, and two boxes 10-8, one table and chalr -6, a brush 10-8 1 12
One cow, 50-8; his looms, slays, wheel, and implements belonging to weaving -5 7 10
His lot in Natick Dividend £8; his lot in Meadfield Dividend £8, 16
His lot in Wrentham, with his common rights there, 16
His meadow at Fowle Meadows, with 8 acres of upland at Ragged Plaine 10
His land upon Wigwarm Plaine, and the swamp adjoining thereto, with one at Clapboard Trees 20
His dwelling house, barn and house lott 70 £ 153 11

[NI02350] Listed in 1840 & 1850 Brewer, Maine Census

[NI02351] Living with son Charles in 1860 at age 71

Originally interred in the Clark-Copeland tomb at the Holden Center Cemetery, but remains were later removed to Biddeford.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Pabe 276-277

[NI02352] 1st Deacon of the Second Congregational Church in East Brewer, Maine.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames

Originally interred in the Clark-Copeland tomb at the Holden Center Cemetery, but remains were later removed to Biddeford.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Pabe 276-277

[NI02354] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James WARE Self M Male W 48 ME Farmer ME ME
Mina A. WARE Wife M Female W 21 ME Keeping House ME ME
Adeline B. WARE Mother W Female W 65 ME Keeping House MA MA
Alba A. WARE Sister S Female W 30 ME Keeping House ME ME
Charles W. PAGE Other Male W 30 ME Cheese Maker --- ---


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Source Information:
Census Place Brewer, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 560B

[NI02355] "In all parts of the town there are many houses which are from 125 to 150 years old. The one built by Thomas R. Copeland, now occupied by Mary L. Copeland, was the first to be completed after the town officially became Holden. The house that this replaced, and the barn were moved to the Brewer flats, while in turn the present barn was originally located in the Whiting's Hill area."

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 271


Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas R. COPELAND Self M Male W 63 ME Farmer MA MA
Phebe F. COPELAND Wife M Female W 58 ME Keeping House MA MA
Lillian A. COPELAND Dau S Female W 21 ME Help For Mother ME ME
Albra S. COPELAND Dau S Female W 17 ME Help For Mother ME ME
Willie H. COPELAND Son S Male W 16 ME Help On The Farm ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 514A

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Copeland Hill is also the location of the first house built after Holden became a town. The owner, Thomas R. Copeland, often made the remark that his house was the first house built in Holden. Upon this statement being challenged that various other houses were older, he would finally remark "I did not say oldest house in Holden. I said first house built in Holden." It is still occupied by one of his descendents.

From the “Highlights of the History of Holden, Maine”
By the Holden Bicentennial Heritage Committee, 1976

[NI02359] Originally interred in the Clark-Copeland tomb at the Holden Center Cemetery, but remains were later removed to Biddeford.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Pabe 276-277

[NI02366] Household Record 1880 United States Census
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Preston B. JONES Self S Male W 37 ME Shoemaker ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Ward 2, Bangor, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254485
NA Film Number T9-0485
Page Number 139A

[NI02376] Was assigned as a baby sitter while the neighbors had their house moved.

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 272


Household Record 1880 United States Census

Search results | Download Previous Household Next Household


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Roswell F. COPELAND Self M Male W 36 ME Farmer ME ME
Mellissa A. COPELAND Wife M Female W 33 ME Keeping House ME ME
Albion COPELAND Son S Male W 10 ME ME ME
Susan COPELAND Dau S Female W 7 ME ME ME
Caroline M. COPELAND Dau S Female W 5 ME ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 514A

[NI02379] Already left home at 18 (1870)

[NI02381] Living with brother, Willie on 1930 Census, never married
1930 U.S. Census • Maine • Penobscot • Holden • ED# 55

[NI02383] Name: HART, GERALD FARRINGTON
Born: 2/23/1917
Died: 12/26/1998
Born In: BREWER, ME
Died In: BREWER, ME
Age (years): 81
Age (months): 10
Age (days): 3
Family: SON JOHN W. & BERNICE (FARRINGTON) HART
Buried In: MT HOPE CEMETERY
Lot Number: 126-C-ND
Tomb? No
Burial Date: 12/29/1998
Funeral Director: B-S
Cremation? No
Armed Forces? Yes
Plot Details for HART, GERALD FARRINGTON

Name: HART, GERALD FARRINGTON
Died: 12/26/1998
Born In: BREWER, ME
Died In: BREWER, ME
Age (years): 81
Age (month): 10
Age (day(s)): 3
Family: SON JOHN W. & BERNICE (FARRINGTON) HART
Buried In: MT HOPE CEMETERY
Lot Number: 126-C-ND
Tomb? No
Burial Date: 12/29/1998
Funeral Director: B-S
Cremation? No
Armed Forces? Yes



[NI02384] I believe this is the child listed as Lillie M. in the 1870 census at age 20

[NI02385] Listed as Marsha F. in 1870 census

[NI02399] Fogg, Caroline C View Image Online
Birthplace: ME State: Maine
Age: 15 County: Penobscot
Gender: Female Township: Holden
Race: W Post Office: Holden
Year: 1870 Roll: M593_554
Page: 106 Image: 213

Fogg, Jane View Image Online
Birthplace: ME State: Maine
Age: 62 County: Penobscot
Gender: Female Township: Holden
Race: W Post Office: Holden
Year: 1870 Roll: M593_554
Page: 106 Image: 214

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Fogg, Jonathan View Image Online
Birthplace: ME State: Maine
Age: 66 County: Penobscot
Gender: Male Township: Holden
Race: W Post Office: Holden
Year: 1870 Roll: M593_554
Page: 106 Image: 214


Note: some researchers have her dod as 1855, but this may be her

[NI02400] note:
son, Ralph in 1930 census states his mother's birth state as MA

[NI02408] Age at death 63 y 4 m. Lists him as son of Jacob.

[NI02410] Living next to uncle Russel Hart in 1860
Living with parents in 1850 at age 18

Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Henry T. HART Self M Male W 46 ME Farmer MA MA
Lauretta S. HART Wife M Female W 47 ME Keeping House ME ME
Alice L. HART Dau S Female W 22 ME Teacher ME ME
Alma M. HART Dau S Female W 20 ME At Home ME ME
Walter L. HART Son S Male W 15 ME Works On Home Farm ME ME
Lelia C. HART Dau S Female W 12 ME At School ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 516B

[NI02412] Boarding with

[NI02417] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Blue eyes; brown hair; medium height and build

[NI02421] Bio of Pascal Pearl Gilmore

As found in REPRESENTATIVE MEN OF MAINE

A Collection of Biographical Sketches.

Prepaired under the direction of Henry Chase
Portland, ME.
The Lakeside Press, Publisher
1893


PASCAL PEARL GILMORE., of Bucksport, was born in Dedham, Me., June 24, 1845, being the eldest of a family of six, and the seventh generation from John Gilmore, the head of this line in America, who settled in Weymouth, Mass., in the seventeenth century. The Gilmores were of Scotch origin. The paternal grandmother of Pascal was descended from the Huguenots in France and his maternal ancestors were English, hence the races represented are Celtic, Gallic, and Anglo-Saxon. His paternal great-grandfather, Samuel Gilmore, a soldier of the Revolution, was born in Franklin, Mass., August 11, 1765 settling in what is now Holden, Penobscot County, Me.

Pascal's father, Tyrrel Gilmore, was born in Holden, Me., July 12, 1815, and his mother, Mary Wood Pearl, was born just two days previous, July 10, 1815, in West Boxford, Essex County, Mass. In early life Tyrrel Gilmore was a successful school-teacher, and in 1840 bought a farm in l)edharn, Me., where he continued to reside until his death, in 1890. Both Mr. Gilmore and his wife took a deep interest in education, also in the leading issues of the day; both were active and consistent members of the Congregational Church in Dedham.

Pascal received his education in the schools of Dedham and at the East Maine Conference Seminary, in Bucksport. In 1861 he joined the Army of the Potomac and was in the Peninsular Campaign of 1862, but the unusual strain proving too much for his system he went home soon after. Later in the struggle he returned as a recruit to the Sixteenth Regiment, Maine Volunteers, and was in every battle in which it participated from date of enlistment, was never off duty for a single day, therefore was present at the surrender of Lee at Appomattox. He remembers with interest the fact that President Lincoln reviewed his corps at the front, March 25, 1865, a few hours after the attack on Fort Steadman, Va. This was the only time he saw the martyr President.

After the war he resumed his studies at Bucksport, teaching in winter. Between three and four years, from 1867 to 1871, were spent in the West, principally in Michigan, where he was engaged in surveying or "inspecting" lumber and logs, work at which he had gained considerable knowledge at home during his minority. He finally returned to the East on account of poor health.

Since 1873 he has carried on the farm at the old homestead in Dedham, living there until 1891. During these years he did quite a business in making legal conveyances of all kinds and other work of that nature. For several years he has also been engaged in the manufacture of a line of goods which have had an extensive sale.

In 1881 he married Alma M., daughter of the late Dea. Henry Thomas Hart of Holden. A daughter, Madge, is their only child.

Mr. Gilmore has held many positions of trust, having been on the Board of Selectmen in Dedham for a long term, nine years as chairman, and fifteen years Supervisor of Schools. He was a Representative to the Legis1ature in 1875 and 1883, also State Senator from Hancock County in 1891. The same year he was appointed State Liquor Commissioner by Governor Burleigh.

Twenty years ago he began the almost endless task of looking up the genealogy of the Gilmore family and collecting data for their history, and, although much remains to be done, the work thus far has been interesting and quite satisfactory.

In religion he is of the Congregational faith: in politics, a Republican. He is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, and was the first Commander of W. L. Parker Post in Dedham.

Mr. Gilmore's personal acquaintance is exceptionally large, having visited every town in Maine and the majority of them frequently. He is an enthusiastic admirer of New England, especially of his native State; her institutions, her scenery, her resources, and her people, - all appeal to his tastes, his judgment, and his pride, and having traveled through nearly every section of the Union, he has become convinced that Maine is not only a good State to be born in," but also a good State to live in.


[NI02423] At present time, the oldest occupied house is that of Edwin Kenney on Copeland Hill. It was built in 1802 and still has considerable of the original glass, many wroght iron hinges, hand made brickds and pumpkin pine panels. Emmons Kingsbury purchased the land in 1801 for $250, and the following year brought his bride, Hannah Rider from Rider's Bluff, to his new home. The house for nearly a hundred years was in the possession of members of the William Jarvis Hart family."

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 271

[NI02424] Living with sons, George L. & William A. in 1870.

and in 1880
Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Eliza B. HART Self W Female W 68 ME Keeping House MA MA
George L. HART Son S Male W 37 ME Farmer ME ME
William Anson HART Son S Male W 29 ME Farmer ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 514A

[NI02425] Still living with parents in 1860 at age 27

[NI02426] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Nelson J. HART Self M Male W 43 ME Farmer ME ME
Mary J. HART Wife M Female W 34 MA Keeping House MA MA
Maud M. HART Dau S Female W 9 ME ME MA
Alice M. HART Dau S Female W 4 ME ME MA


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 514A

[NI02428] Living with mother and brother William in 1870
Living with family in 1860

Purchased the old "Poor Farm" property in 1885 which is said to have been haunted by the ghost of a demented woman who had died escaping from there. Property is now owned by Edward Hart and used for storage.

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 272

[NI02429] Living with brother George and mother in 1870

[NI02430] "NANCY5 (John,4 Benjamin,3 Daniel,2 John1), m. Jan. 7, 1817, Jacob Hart, and settled three fourths of a mile east of the old homestead. He d. May 8, 1838"

from the Farrington Memorial, 1st Ed.

was in Source: "Farringtons" pg 19

[NI02431] Living with her daughter Julia in 1870 next door to Francis K. Hart and family
Listed as Mrs. Jacob Hart in 1860, living with daughter Julia next to Francis K. Hart and family.

[NI02433] From "Farrington Memorial 1st Edition"
"Mary Malvina Hart married May 19, 1842, Walter Kirby Spofford, of Georgetown, Mass. He bouth her father's farm, where he still lived, engaged in lumbering."

[NI02434] Never married.
Living with her mother 1850 Census.
Buried with her parents.
Still living with her mother in 1870 census.
They had 2 boarders, Martin and Martha Lampson living with them.

[NI02435] Living with her mother, 1850 census.
Possibly never married. No record in Maine.

[NI02437] Living with her mother 1850 census
By 1960, there s a Rowland Wheeler living in Old Town with a Harriet N., no children. Either Charlotte died, or this is the wrong Roland Wheeler.

[NI02439] Fanny does not show up on the Deering town record c. 1805 where Seth declares his children. However, when Seth applies for a pension in Sharon, VT in 1818, it stated that he had a 16 year old female child living with him. Since she appears in records in Sharon later as marrying Pelatiah Metcalf, I assumed that this is his daughter. Possibly the town record is misdated by a year or two???

[NI02440] In the 1849 Almanac, Pelatiah is listed in the New England Mercantile Union Directory as a Boot and Shoemaker in Sharon. Charles, their nephew, also became a boot and shoemaker. Possibly he apprenticed or took over from Pelatiah.

In the 1850 Census, there is a Nelson H. Shepherd, age 27, living in the household, listed as a shoemaker.

In 1860 census he is listed as the town clerk at age 58.

[NI02442] Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 159)

Roster of Captain Warren Clap's Co., Col. Valentine's Regiment, Mass Militia in War of 1812-14, Called out by the Governor to repel a threatened invasion. Service Rendered at Boston from September 10 to October 30, 1814. Company raised in Walpole and Vicinity.
Ziba Plimpton, Private

Daniel Plimpton, Private
Elizas Plimpton, Private

Poss brothers???

[NI02443] Married and moved to Walpole, sold that land bought 100 acres in Francestown, NW
June 10, 1775, he was on the "Committee to Examine and Try any Person Suspected of being Enemies of the Country".
From: Descendants of George Holmes of Roxbury 1594-1908

ENOCH HOLMES, brother of Oliver, settled on the Shattuck place, which was
previously owned by James Dickey. He married Susanna Hart of Walpole, May 26,
1768, and died in Francestown, Nov 17, 1816, his wife died in Francestown, Nov
3, 1834. Children were:--
1. CYNTHIA, [b. March 25, 1769, d. Sep. 1776.]
2. OLIVER, [b. Dec 25, 1772, m. Olive Dellaway of Francestown, March 18,
1802, lived on McCain place, was by trade a carpenter, removed to Hillsboro',
where he died May 18, 1848, his wife d. in Francestown, Sep 18, 1857.
Children:--
Elizabeth B, (b. in Francestown in 1807, m. Eben K Bartlett of Bridgewater,
Vt, d. in Bridgewater in 1875.)
Olivia E, (b. in Francestown in 1814, m. 1st, Samuel Jackman of Bradford in
1833, 2nd, Asaph W Churchill of Pomfret, Vt in 1842.)
3. MOLLY, [b. June 20, 1775, m. George Lewis of Francestown, March 3, 1801,
d. in Francestown, Feb 27, 1861.]
4. NANCY, [b. April 16, 1777, m. Jacob Houston of Lyndeboro'.]
5. ICHABOD, [b. Feb 22, 1780, m. Nancy Lewis of Lyndeboro', d. in
Francestown, April5, 1854, lived on the farm owned by his father. Children
were:--
Sanford, (b. in Francestown, m. Emeline R Twitchell of Dublin in 1848. He
died in Wilton leaving a son, Frank M, who resides in Bennington and now bears
the name of Twitchell.
Cynthia, (b. in Francestown, married James Crombie of New Boston, d. in
Francestown, Aug 3, 1840, aged 30 years.)
Lewis, (b. in Francestown, m. Mittie Osgood of Warner in 1838, removed to
Warner, where he became prominent and was elected to the Legislature, d. in
Warner.)
Mason, (b. in Francestown, died here, Nov 28, 1843, aged 28 years.)
6. DAVID, [b. in Francestown, m. Anna Dustin of Francestown, Jan 31, 1811,
lived on the Joseph Manahan place, died here, March 4, 1827, aged 43 years.
We have the names of three of his children:--
Harrison, (b. in Francestown, m. Mahala Burtt of Nashua in 1842.)
Henry, (b. in Francestown, removed early in life.)
David, (b. in Francestown, d. here April 24, 1824.)

Source: A.J. Hibbard

[NI02448] Died of bowel complaint
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Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 200)

1814 a company was formed to operate the sawmill at Diamond Pond. They manufactured cotton goods. The company included:
Herman Guild
Nathaniel Guild
Josiah Hill
Samuel Allen
James Guild
Robert Robertson
Daniel Kingsbury
Ebenezer Hartshorn
Daniel Kingsbury

[NI02465] Source: Early Records of Dedham Massachusetts 1706-1736 Vol. 6 (The Transcript Press, Inc. 1936)
Page 161
Feb. 11, 1716
"...Likewise this day the selectmen did depute John Dean jun to warn Samuell Roode a man which doth Sojourn at the house of Nathaniel Guild to depart out of this town."

Page 177
"Samuell Rood was carried out of this town on the thirteth day of December 1717 by Joseph smith constable by virtue of a warrant from Mr Hubord jvstice of ye peace"

Could be his first wife's brother or father??

[NI02478] Source: Early Records of Dedham Massachussetts 1737-1766 (Norwood Printing Co. 1968)
Page 213
Feb. 8, 1754
"To Evenr: Holmes for Boarding Elizabeth Chapman and her Child 18 weaks at 3/4 pr. weak 3 (pounds)
For 2 shifts 10 (shillings) 7
For Necessaries & Extriordinary, attendance & Expences at her Lying-in & Mid wife 18 (shillings) 8

Page 225
Sept. 18, 1754
"Ebenezer Holmes by a Notification Dated Novemr 30th1754 In-formed ye Selectment that on ye 3d Instant he had recieved in to his House John Willson of Roxbery, as a Boarder."

Page 320
"Jany. 24, 1765. The Selectmen on the 24th Day of January, 1765 agreed with Mr. Evenr: Holmes to keep Thankful McIntosh and John McWithy at Nine Pounds, Six Shillings, & Eight Pence pr. Annum, to begin from this Day."

Page 331
October 21, 1765
"To Ebenezer Holmes towards keeping Thankful McIntosh 4 (pounds)."

Page 345
Feb. 17, 1766
"To Ebenezer Holmes for Boarding & Cloathing to Thankful McIntosh & John McWithy in ful to Jany. 24., 1766 & 6/Nursing Thankful Six (pounds) 9 (shillings) 2 (pence)."

Page 346
Apr. 19, 1766
"To Ebenezer Holmes towards Boarding Jn: (Mc)Withy & Thankful McIntosh 3 (pounds)."

Page 347
Nov. 19, 1766
"To Ebenezer Holmes towards Boarding & Cloathing John (Mc)Withy and Thankful McIntosh 4 (pounds) 10 (shillings) 8 (pence)."

[NI02479] Major OLIVER HOLMES, son of Ebenezer and Sarah, and grandson of Samuel and
Mary Holmes, was born in Dedham, Mass, May 4, 1740, he married Bethiah Morse,
July 25, 1763. She was born in Dedham, March 12, 1744, and was the daughter
of Ezra and Bethiah (Lewis) Morse of Dedham. Oliver came to Francestown in
1770, and is said to have "cut the first tree felled on the Park farm", south
of the village, on which he settled. He was "out twice in the Revolutionary
war", and was a staunch patriot, he was moreover a man perhaps second to none
of the early settlers of the town in ability and influence. He held many
offices of trust and was ready and forceful when important measures were
pending. In the affairs of the church as well as in secular matters, he was a
power. He had moreover an earnest liking for whatever pertained to the
military, which was doubtless acquired during his life in camp. We are told
that "military meetings were held at Major Holmes'", also that the Major wore
for a military suit "a white coat trimmed with black, a light blue mixed vest,
or sometimes one of white marseilles with great pockets, deer-skin breeches,
silver buckles, both shoe and knee, and a cocked hat with silver trimmings".
He wore crape on his arm a whole month as a bade of mourning for General
Washington. Major Oliver Holmes died at Francestown, Sept 26, 1806, his wife
died in Francestown, May 11, 1808. Children were:--
1. SARAH, [b. Dec 27, 1763, d. in Francestown, July 31, 1777.]
2. REBECCA, [b. Feb 12, 1766, d. in Francestown, June 27, 1804.]
3. BELINDA, [b. July 14, 1769, d. in Francestown, Feb, 1833.]
4. BETHIAH, [b. Dec 19, 1772, died in Francestown, Aug 1, 1777.]
5. HANNAH, [b. July 24, 1775, d. in Francestown, Dec 20, 1775.]
6. OLIVER, [b. April 7, 1777, m. Anna Bradford of Francestown, Oct 20, 1803,
lived on the Park place, died here, March 7, 1833. Children were:--
Lavinia, (b. Aug 11, 1805, m. Danile C Gould of Hennikder, Spt 10, 1829.)
Oliver, (b. Jan 8, 1807, m Lucretia D Morse of Francestown, Aug 9, 1832,
resided in Lynn, d in Boston, Sept 22, 1859.)
Laurilla, (b. July 12 1808, unmarried.)
Hannah, (b. June 21, 1810, m. Paul Cragin, Jr, April 19, 1842, d. in Woburn,
Mass, April 26, 1875.)
7. PAUL, [b. Aug 26, 1780, d. in Francestown, Oct 27, 1783.]
8. BETSEY, [b. March 18, 1783, m. Joseph Cressy of Francestown, May 10,
1807.]
9. SALLY, [b. Nov 24, 1786, m. Moses E Bradford of Francestown, Oct 22, 1807,
d. in New Boston, Aug 4, 1867.]

Source: AJ Hibbard

[NI02480] JABEZ HOLMES, brother of Enoch and Oliver, settled on the Thomas Ordway place
south-west of Clark village. HIs wife was Sarah French. He was active in
town affairs and filled many town offices, he died in Francestown, May 11,
1824. Children were:--

[that's where I stopped photocopying....]


AJ Hibbard

[NI02484] ???
Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
A.J. HARRINGTON Self M Male W 31 AR Farmer --- ---
N. HARRINGTON Wife M Female W 23 TX K. House MS AL
V. HARRINGTON Dau S Female W 6M TX AR TX
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Census Place Precinct 5, Lampasas, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255316
NA Film Number T9-1316
Page Number 333A

[NI02490] No children listed in 1850. She had her cousin, Eliza Harrington Kuykendahl Lindsey's children living with her.

[NI02492] Could be Lydia????

1880 United States Census

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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John STOCKMAN Self M Male W 33 TX Clerk In Store --- ---
Sallie STOCKMAN Wife M Female W 25 AR Keep House AR KY
Lake STOCKMAN Dau S Female W 7 TX TX AR
Affa STOCKMAN Dau S Female W 5 TX TX AR
Alla STOCKMAN Dau S Female W 5 TX TX AR
Ora STOCKMAN Dau S Female W 4 TX TX AR
Tomie STOCKMAN Son S Male W 1 TX TX AR
Lida HARRINGTON MotherL Female W 49 KY IL KY


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NA Film Number T9-1299
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[NI02493] Also living with them in 1850 AR was a 14 year old Sarah Patterson.???
Harriet Hacket married a Patterson???

[NI02502] First name could be Leonidus - Headstone says "Lon O."

1880 census says "Leonidus O."

[NI02504] Taught in Douglass and Antioch schools.

[NI02505] Raised on a farm between Volga and Weldon and attended the Weldon school, where her sister, Stacia and she graduated. After graduating in Weldon in 1916-1917, Stacia and she went to live with their aunt Georgia Little in Volga to study under Mr. Wakefield, a Volga teacher to get their teaching certificate.

Source: Strolling Among Volga Memories by Louise Adams Fulsom pg. 98

[NI02511] The Will of David McKinzie
10 Feb 1849, Pulaski County, Kentucky
Book 3, p 1114


David McKinzie at his residence in Pulaski County KY on the 10th day of Feb 1849 as his last ----- made the following bequest and called upon James Barron and Ephraim Mercer to take notice of the same he gave all his goods and chattles in his house one sorel mare two bundle cows and the geese to his daughter Elizabeth McKinzie to have and to hold during her natural life for her only use and benefit and after her death that the property he willed her be sold and the money equally divided among his children on this his {different writing, looks like it was added in at another time}-Feb 15th 1849
signed James Barron and Ephraim Mufser

1849 April 16th proven by oaths James Barron and Eli Mufser
State of Kentucky, Pulaski County Rec'd in Book 3 p1114
At a County Court held for the County afs'd at the Courthouse thereof in the Town of Somerset on Monday the 16th day of April 1849 this writing purporting to be the last will and testament of David McKinzie Dec'd was this day produced in Court and proven by the Oaths of James Barron and Ephraim Mufser Subscribing witnefs thereto to be the act and deed of the said David McKinzie and being examined and approved by the Court was ordered to be recorded and the same is done accordingly.

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U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Record
about David Mckenzie
Name: David Mckenzie
Gender: male
Birth Place: VA
Birth Year: 1763
Spouse Name: Mary Ann Ferguson
Spouse Birth Year: 1775
Number Pages: 1

[NI02513] 1860 United States Federal Census > Kentucky > Pulaski > District 1
Living in Household with 72 year old Rachel McAllister born in VA???

[NI02515] The Will of John McKinzie
27 Aug 1852, Pulaski County, Kentucky



To all whom this may concern be it known that I John McKenzie of Pulaski Cty and State of Kentucky feeling that my health is rapidly declineing But that I now being sane in mind and the proper disposur of my own estate do herby Will and give up my whole estate to be ratified by law as follows. First, I Will and submit my whole estate at and after my decease to my wife and companion Susan McKinzie during her Natural life. Secondly, I will and desire that after the decease of my wife (Susan McKinzie) that the estate willed to Her by one John McKinzie on the day and date above named fall into the hands of my son Joseph D McKinzie provided that he (Joseph D McKinzie) stay with and manage for her during her lifetime. Thirdly, I request that my daughters who are now with me be made Equal when they lave ther mother with those who’s now married and settled provided the amount of property be there (at the time they lave) on hands as was when my children who are now married left the compliance to this third item however I lave with ther mother in whose care I lave them. Fourth, I will and request that Vincent Garner together with my wife be the Executors of my estate. This My whole will I have made in the fear of God and with the earnest desire and prayere that I will best promote the peace of my family whom I trust to meet in Heaven. this the 27th day of August 1852 Teste
John James John McKinzie
James Bobbitt

At A County Court held for Pulaski County at the Courthouse thereof in the Town of Somerset on Monday the 21st day of March AD1853- This instrument of writing was produced to the Court as the last Will and Testament of John McKinzie dec’d and proven to be the Act and Deed of the said John McKinzie by the Oathe of John James and James Bobbitt the subscribing Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and the same is done accordingly.

[NI02521] as of 1850 - never married

[NI02568] Samuel Kingsbury served as town clerk of Walpole, selectemn. And was a decon of the first chursh to orginize in Wapole, Mass. His will ( Suffolk Probate 8009) gives to wife, Jonna, four acres of land, " at that end of my land near Medfiel", and one half of everthing during life to son Seth, who had the other half of the homestead. To son Nathan land and house bought of Dexter; Esther 32 acres of lans where the house and barb stand which she now live in; daughters Jonna and Mary two cows apice and land.
from: Henry A. Kingsbury

[NI02571] 1748 - Seth cared for the roads from Wrentham ...
1756 - Seth Kept the Easy Plain School
Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 94)

[NI02575] Bought a farm in Dedham Plains in 1702, known afterwards as Walpole.
Source: Kenneth Kingsbury

[NI02576] In her will she left to her daughter, Mary, "1/2 Lands of my Father, Samuel Judson in Horton."
Source: Kenneth Kingsbury

[NI02578] Her will ( Suffoolk Probate 3834) "wife of Eleazare Kingsbury of Great Island in Dedham , one of two surviving daughters and co-heirs of Samuel Judson formerly of Horton, Bradfordshire in County York within the raelms of England but since in Dedham deceased." Eleazar's will made Dec. 2, 1720, and proved March 1,, 1722 ( Suffolk Probate 4698, "whereas I have settled my for sons by giving each of them deeds of their said lands but more especially to my youngest son Noah, I have given my homestead. I now give my husbandry tools, etc. and my dear and well beloved wife in her last will did give my youngest son Noah, the most of her land and meddows."

[NI02579] Josiah was one of the early pioneers of Needham, MA incorporated in 1711. He served as town Treasurer for 11 years, Selectman for 10 years, and was Representative to the General Court during the years 1728, 1729, and 1731. The farm/homestead was sold in 1900 and became Wellesley Home for the Aged. Kingsburys occupied this land for over 200 years.

Source: Kenneth Kingsbury

[NI02581] Eleazar was one of the forty petitioners for the incorporation of the town of Needham, MA. He served as Selectman for 14 years and became deacon of the Church of Needham on Feb. 14, 1729. He was deposed by the church however on Jan. 9, 1746 and the reason given in the church records was that he "went over to ye anabaptists". His homestead was back off the road and near the Wellesley Reservoir and was willed to his son, Eleazar Kingsbury, jr.
While serving the community, the records show that Eleazar was directed to build a road through Cedar Swamps to the Plains and inthe process he rebuilt Cook's and Kendrick's bridges by 1732.

Source: Kenneth Kingsbury


Was the recipient of the 4th lot issued to Dedham settlers c. 1700 in the area that was to become Walpole. Kept it for 20 years and then sold it to Isaac Lewis.

Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 20)

[NI02583] . Born in 1600 in Suffolk County, England; died 1676 at Dedham, Massachusetts. He is thought to have sailed with Winthrop's fleet in the year 1630, and first settled at Watertown with his brother John. John Kingsbury became a freeman March 3, 1635, and removed that year to Dedham where he was a proprietor, held town offices, and Representative in 1647 to the General Court. Joseph Kingsbury is first mentioned in town affairs, (Dedham rec.)Nov. 1, 1637 "to contrive the fabric of a meeting house to be in length 36 foote & in bredth 20 foote, and between the upper and nether sell in ye studs 12 foote. This meeting house stood on a part of Joseph Kingsbury's land, viz; "It is condecended for loving satisfaction unto some neighbors on ye east side of ye river that ye meeting house shall stand upon ye end of Joseph Kingsbury's land nothwithstanding ye order made at ye last meeting." The first burial place in Dedham was taken from the land of Kingsbury and Nico Phillips,.".laying down each a pc'ell of groung for a burial place are to have a good allowance of ground in some other place". On th first page, book 2, Dedham Records we read, "Ezekiel Holliman was granted twelve acres more or less as lyeth betweene the way leading from the keys to the Pond towards the east, and Nicholas Phillips towards ye west and butts upon ye sand way leading to ye burial place." Page 1 of Book 2 we read, "Ezekiel Holliman removed to Rhode Island founding the first Baptist Church in Providence, and there baptized Roger Williams." His land in Dedham was granted to Joseph Kingsbury, who "alieenieth and selleth to the Town of Dedham forever for a seat for a publique meeting house, one acre of land abutting upon High Street towards ye North & Upon ye said Joseph Kingsbury's toward the south and Nicholas Phillips toward ye west." On this site described a second structure was erected by the First Parish in 1763 and since 1819 the church has belonged to the Unitarians. Old First Parish Church, we are informed by Miss Marion K. Conant, Asst. Librarian of the Dedham Historical Society, is located at the corner of Court and High Streets. Bullard Street was originally the old "Beereing Way" from the Meeting House to the Burial Ground. Present day St. Paul's Episcopal Church built in 1846 also stands on the land that was part of the original Joseph Kingsbury grant.
In exchange for land donated for the meeting house and church yard from his original grant, Joseph Kingsbury was given a like acreage of "bottom land", land that was in no way as desirable as that of the original grant. This fact may have had some beaing on his later difficulties with the church authorities. Church records point out " that some of the company thought Joseph Kingsbury was too much addicted to the world, and so thought mete to require his answers to ye p'ticulars & deal further with his case-in his answers he clered some things to satisfaction, in some others ye company could see his innocency, and left a gentle exhortation with him." At a later meeting with Joseph it is stated what he " remained stiffe and unhumbled & not clearing himself to satisfaction neither being zealous of his hart in respect to those evils we feared in him remained long under the admonition of ye company, but at last-the lord left him, without anypr'vocation thereto unto a distempered passionate flying out upon one of ye company who ye lord has used of to follow home things close upon him-that we left him to the judgment of the church. Under date Feb. 2, 1641, it is recorded that, "Joseph Kingsbury of whom mention was made before yt was left out of ye foundation of the church for some cause there mentioned he could not of a long time co'e off to ye satisfaction of ye church yet at length some temptations wherein he was being removed & and ye lord by his word more discovering his evils unto him humbling him for ye same divers meeting in private & some experience of his spirit ye church was so well p'suaded of his repentance & Faith as yt he received into fellowship of ye church." Hi wife, Millicent, who perhaps was an "Ames", appeared to ye church a tender harted soul full of feares and temptations, but truly breathing after Christ." She was admitted to the church April 24, 1639.
Joseph Kingsbury's will was made May 22, 1675 and proved June 1, 1676. It reads: "I have given to my two eldest sons, Joseph & John their portions and what was due them from me by the gift of my brother John Kingsbury deceased. To Melecent my wife the use of my whole estate till Eleazar dispose of himself in marriage; to daughter Sara Crossman, 5L; to son-in-law Thomas Cooper of Rehoboth, Massachusetts 7L; to son Eleazar, and to my son Nathaniel the cellars they work in, and the houses they live in; to grand-daughter Elizabeth Brewer 5 L at 20 years of age; to son-in-law Nathaniel Brewer 5S; to son-in-law Robert Crossman 5S." The inventory Suffolk Probate 5-346, 1676, notes, "wearing apparel, one fouling piece, three spinning wheels, nine books including Dr. Preston's work "Paules Repentance" and " the deceitfulness of the heart". Also included were two houses and various parcels of land in different locations. The exact date of the deaths of Joseph and Melecent is not known. The grave markers have long since disappeared from Norfolk cemetery.

Source for below: Kenneth Kingsbury

Joseph Kingsbury was one of the three Kingsbury brothers who sailed to America on the ship known as the Talbot which was part of a fleet of four ships under the command of Gov. John Winthrop. They set sail March 27, 1630 from Southampton, England and arrived in Salem, Massachusetts about July of 1630. Gov. Winthrop was not satisfied with Salem and the fleet moved down the coast eventually settling in Shawmut (now Boston).
About 1635 they sent an exploring party up the Charles River and they established a settlement at Watertown. John and Joseph Kingsbury were part of this party. The community flourished and they quickly organized in what was referred to as a 'Contentment" recording all important events. The Kingsbury brothers were apparently of strong pioneer stock and considered Watertown too crowded. A small band of like minded individuals again used the Charles River which turned South just beyond Watertown and settled in what is now Dedham. They petitioned the General Court on September 5, 1636 for a large tract of land to form their community. The petition was granted on September 10, 1636 and the name Dedham was assigned by the Court. (NOTE: Current county boundaries have Dedham and Needham in Norfolk County, but prior to 1800 Norfolk County did not exist and all of this area was included in Suffolk County)
Apparently, on August 18,1636 before the group left Watertown, they met at the home of John Dwight and drew up a Covenant for their political organization. John Kingsbury signed the Covenant that day, but Joseph did not sign until 1637, after he arrived in Dedham.
The Dedham Town Records for Nov. 1, 1637 indicate that Joseph Kingsbury deeded part of his land to the town for the purpose of building a town meeting hall. In 1638 the records show that Joseph Kingsbury deeded one acre of his land abutting on High Street to the town of Dedham for a church site. A second structure for Old First Parish Church was erected on the same site at the corner of Court and High Streets in 1763. In 1819 ownership of the church passed to the Unitarians. The records go on to note that Joseph was in turn given another acre of land to replace what he had given for the church.
However, this land was rocky swamp land and the land he gave to the town was prime land. Joseph held this against the town fathers for some time and apparently was the basis for a long feud between Joseph and the Church fathers. In several official writings of the church Joseph Kingsbury is noted as having a bad temperament and was not allowed into the church fellowship. For his part, Joseph apparently did not want to be part of this church body. Later Joseph was again called upon for land and he granted another acre of his land to the town for a burying place. With this in mind, there is some question as to why Joseph was buried in Norfolk.
Among the records of Dedham it is noted the the first child born in the community was Ruth Morse born July 3, 1637 and Mary Kingsbury, born on September 1, 1637 was the second. The Church of Dedham was "gathered" on September 8, 1638, but Joseph was not one of the originators. In fact, he was apparently rejected at the time because he was considered too worldly and "the Lord left him into such a distempered passionate flying out on one of the Company that we thought him unfit for the church." This could refer back to the problems over the tract of land for the church. Millicent Kingsbury was accepted into the church on April 24, 1639 and Joseph was finally admitted on June 2, 1641.
In the writings of Arthur F. Kingsbury in 1912, it is interesting to note that the majority of the descendants of Joseph Kingsbury for a period of over 275 years lived their lives within a 15 mile radius of Dedham.
Joseph apparently was a skilled metal worker and mechanic, in addition to his farming endeavors. A young man who trained under him, Robert Crossman, later married his daughter Sarah.

In 1638 he was not admitted to the Dedham Church because he was "too much addicted to the world," but on the 9th of the 2nd month 1641 the church was persuaded of his repentance and faith and he was received.

Perhaps in keeping with his long feud with the church and town fathers, Joseph was buried in the Norfolk Cemetery. He was married to Millicent Ames before 1630 in ENG.

[NI02587] According to the probate records (Suffolk Probate 15-228) Nathaniel was considered to be a weaver. He also apparently had a general farm as his sons listed "swine, horses, oxen, and cattle" as part of his estate. It is also noted that there were orchards and barns as part of the estate. We can assume that reading was also important to the family as books were specifically mentioned.
Source: Kenneth Kingsbury

[NI02591] History of Barnard, Vermont V. 1 Pg. 32
Publ. by the Vermont Historical Society
Free Press Printing 1928

"In 1867 Dr. Rollin H. Phelps, who lived in the present Willis Paige house in the billage, was elected clerk and served acceptably for four years."

Pg. 254

"Dr. Rollin H. Phelps came to town about 1865 and bought the place now owned by Willis Paige, which has continued to be the residence of the physician from then to the present time when a practitioner has been living in town. Doctor Phelps gained a wide practice and was highly esteemed in the town, being the town clerk at the time of his removal. He went to Littleton, Mass, after his stay in Barnard, leaving town in 1870."

Note: his daughter was born in Oct and lists her birthplace as VT, so they left probably around Dec. 1870.
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Rollin died Littleton, Mass. Graduate of Dartmouth Medical College 1862; practiced in Barnard, Sharon, and Littleton, Mass., where he died.
Source: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/6025/waterman.htm

[NI02594] Brewer, Orrington Holden Eddington "History and Families" by Mildred N. Thayer and Families by Mrs. Edward W. Ames

"John was left at sixteen years of age, by the death of his father, with the care of his mother and sisters. He worked as a carpenter in wilmington, Vermont in 1781 and in Claverack-on-the-Hudson in 1784. He served in the army during a part of the War of the Revolution. In 1786, in company with seven or eight others, he emigrated to the District of Maine and settled seven miles east of the Penobscot in what is now the town of Holden. Married July 14, 1788, in Wrentham, Cynthia, dau of Daniel and Abiah Braman Hawes, and went with her into a log cabin in the wilderness. He represented his district in the General Court of Massachusetts, was a deacon of the Church for many years. Died Sept. 30, 1843. She d. Oct. 13, 1840."

"As the roads changed from almost impassable routes to graveled surfaces, so were the log cabins replaced by frame houses. The first such was built in 1796 by John Farrington, located on the site of the present residence of Herbert Dole. This house, ravaged by fire in 1911, met the same fate as did a large percentage of the old houses."

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 271

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From Descendants of Edward Hawes Webpage

More About Deacon John Farrington:

Migration: 1786, To Maine, 7 miles east of Penobscot River (now Holden).

Military: Served in the American Revolution37

Occupation 1: 1781, Carpenter in Wilmington, VT

Occupation 2: District representative to the General Court of Massachusetts.

Occupation 3: 1784, Carpenter in Claverack on the Hudson


[NI02598] 1st Deacon in the Second Congregational Church of East Brewer, Maine. Services were held at his house in 1828.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames

[NI02606] Had 6 children

[NI02607] Lived in Templeton, MA had 10 children

[NI02608] Had 11 Children

[NI02621] Was in Dedham, MA in 1646, Made freeman, that is, joined the church, March 9, 1667 and his wife Mary, was received into the church May 16, 1652

[NI02656] From the "Farrington Memorial 1st Edition"
"Lived in Dedham, ME until 1866, when they moved to Brewer, where they now reside."

[NI02660] lists him as son of Jacob died at 74y 6m 9d

Originally interred in the Clark-Copeland tomb at the Holden Center Cemetery, but remains were later removed to Biddeford.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Pabe 276-277


Family Document:

George and Katherine lived on a farm on "Vinegar Hill" near the village of Holden. They had a large house, but not a large farm. George had an aptitude for mechanis and the home was unusually self-sustaining. There was a carpenter, shoe-making and balcksmith shop.

George also had a cider press, did a custom business and seems to have gone into apple vinegar on a considerable scale.

Katherine....had only three daughters, after producing six sons in a row, but weaving and making clothes in the house filled most of the needs.

[NI02661] There is an Asa S. living with Henry T. Hart in 1870. There is also a Hannah Hart age 36 in the household?????
Living with brother Henry T Hart in 1860 Also a Julie E and George T
Living with parents in 1850 at age 30
In 1900 census, his wife is listed as Hannah E. Although there were 2 records of marriage. I suspect that he had one wife by the name of Hannah Emeline Griffen...need to check

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Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Asa S. HART Self M Male W 59 ME Farmer MA MA
Emeline HART Wife M Female W 46 ME Keeping House ME ME
Leroy Lester HART Son S Male W 6 ME ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 516B

[NI02664] Living with brothers Henry (and family) and Asa and sister Julia in 1860; unmarried
Living with parents in 1850 at age 11

[NI02666] Living with brothers, Asa and George and, Henry Thomas in 1860
Living with parents in 1850 - age 9

[NI02667] Living with parents in 1850 age age 20

[NI02670] Samuel B. O. Bruce ,
Residence: Sharon, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 06 August 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Unit Numbers: 3020 3020
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 06 August 1862
Enlisted in Company H, 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment Vermont on 01 September 1862.
POW on 23 June 1864 at Weldon Railroad, VA (Paroled)
Paroled on 24 November 1864
Promoted to Full Corporal on 07 March 1865
Mustered out Company H, 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment Vermont on 24 June 1865


Note: Samuel Bascom was the second minister at the Congregational Church. Obviously where this Bruce got his name.

[NI02675]

Caleb Houston and family arrived in the fall of 1834, took possession of the N. W. ¼ of the N. W. ¼ of section 27, and built his cabin in the midst of the forest. He afterwards entered the land and died at his original home in the township.

Prominent among the other early settlers were Caleb Houston, who located on Section 27 in 1834

Excerpted from Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Schuyler County, 1908, edited by Howard F. Dyson.
Transcribed by Karl A. Petersen for Schuyler County ILGenWeb

[NI02677] Source: Early Town Records of Dedham Massachussetts 1737-1766 Vol. 7 (Norwich Printing Co. 1968)
Page 206
"Jan: 1st: 1753 Eliphalet Fales Informed ye Select-Men That (he) has Taken in to his House Nathaniel Fales & Wife & one Childe Late of Norwich."
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Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 104)

Capt. in Rev. War belonging to Col. Richard Gridley's Regiment.

Also mustered out from Walpole, Dec. 4, 1775 under Capt. Jeremiah Smith Co., in Col. John Smith's Regiment (P. 121)
and a Sargent in Capt. Seth Bullard's Company in Col. Joseph Reads Regt. in Aug. 1775, 3 mos. men

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Source: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols.

Volume 5
page 479
Fales, Eliphalet, Dedham. Sergeant, Capt. Seth Bullard's co., Col. Joseph Read's regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 6, 1775; service, 3 mos. 3 days; also, company return dated Roxbury, Sept. 26, 1775.
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Volume 5
page 479
Fales, Eliphalet, Walpole. Private, Capt. Jeremiah Smith's co., Col. John Smith's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 9 days.

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[NI02680] Possibly have a lead that he was in CA in 1867 with wife and daughter Jennie who was a school teacher in San Jose.

[NI02681] ?????Could birthplace be wrong??

His brother was here at the time....

Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Warren C. HART Self M Male W 55 NY Retired School Teacher --- ---
HART Other M Female W 50 NY --- ---
Emma F. HART Other S Female W 20 CA --- ---

[NI02682] Living alone next to Thomas and George Copeland in 1860

Never married

[NI02683] Living with parents in 1870--no wife
Living with sister Miranda in 1900-no wife.

never married

[NI02684] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Charles F. HART Self M Male W 50 ME Farmer ME MA
Lucy Ann HART Wife M Female W 35 ME Keeping House ME ME
Mildred K. HART Dau S Female W 4 ME ME ME
Charles H. HART Son S Male W 3 ME ME ME
Franklin SEVERANCE Other S Male W 27 ME Hired Man On Farm --- ---


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 514A

[NI02685] 1910 living with sister Miranda

never married

[NI02687] Living with parents in 1870 no wife


Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas J. HART Self M Male W 46 ME Farmer MA MA
Miranda A. HART Sister S Female W 39 ME Keeping House MA MA
Albert C. HART Other M Male W 40 ME Farmer MA MA
Almeda H. HART Wife M Female W 31 ME Keeping House ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 520A

[NI02688] Still living with parents in 1860 at age 26

[NI02690] Living with wife, no children 1900 in Holden, Maine

Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas J. HART Self M Male W 46 ME Farmer MA MA
Miranda A. HART Sister S Female W 39 ME Keeping House MA MA
Albert C. HART Other M Male W 40 ME Farmer MA MA
Almeda H. HART Wife M Female W 31 ME Keeping House ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 520A

[NI02693] Newspaper clippings transcribed in "Brewer, Orrington, Holden, Eddington, History and Families" by Thayer and Ames

"FATAL ACCIDENT Capt. Russell Hart who was severely injured by being thrown from his carriage on Baptist hill last Monday morning, died from the effects of his injuries yesterday morning at four o'clock at the residence o his daughter Mrs. Enoch T. Tebbets. He was in an insensible condition nearly all of the time, and his body seemed to be partially paralyzed. he was a citizen of Holden, and was greatly repected by all who know him, and his death will be a sad blow to his many friends and relatives. The funeral services will take place next Friday afternoon at two o'clock at his late residence in Holden" pg. 113

"DIED In Bangor, Sept 26 at the residence of E.H. Tebetts, Capt. Russell Hart of Holden, aged 82 years, 10 months, 22 days.
Funeral at his late residence in Holden at 2 o'clock Friday P.M. Friends invited." pg. 114
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Owned an operated alumber mill on the lower Dedham road.
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 194

"In the late sixties and early seventies, the question of the location of a town house caused a feud betweent he sections of the community on each side of Holden Center. The citizens of East Holden and the Hart's Corner area favored the present location, while individuals of the Copeland Hill section as strongly preferred Holden Center. Captain Russel Hart gave away salt pork to win followers for the Hart's Corner location; and thus the group were dubbed "Pork Eaters". Sicne the other faction gave no such bribery, they were rather inelegantly designated as "Pinch Guts". The name is still applied to a brook near Holden Center, which at that time was a natural boundary between the irate groups.

The dispute, relative to a location, wond by the "Pork Eaters", was soon superseded bya nother bitter diversity of opinions. The question involved whether the structure should be a two story or one and a half story building. The latter was decided on, and again Captain Hart resorted to trickery by managing to have the half story so high that the result was nearly equivalent to two full stories.

The town house discord extended even into the matter of financing the project during construction, the town treasurer refused to sign any town orders. As a result Captain Hart obtained personal loans from the banks until he had approximately $2000 invested. That year the tax collector pressed him for payment of his property tax. This he refused to pay until the town had reimbursed him for the town house which he virtually owned. Needless to say a settlement was soon made."

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 276

[NI02694] I have some genealogical notes made by Belinda Brettun's great granddaughter Carolyn Patten Swett who lived in Massachusetts and did her research on her Brewer lineage around the turn of the century. There are no sources listed.

Belinda Brettun was from Raynham, MA and married Cyrus Brewer of E. Sudbury MA. Cyrus was born July 1782 and died 22 Feb 1825. Cyrus and Belinda had 5 kids, Belinda Brettun, Almeda Livinia, Albert Cyrus, Galen Jerome and Ellen. They lived in Brewer, ME.

Carolyn notes that Belinda died in 1865 at 75 years old. I think that she died in Jan or Feb of 1864 from a letter her son-in-law George Brastow wrote to his wife Almeda while serving in the Union Army. George mentions that now grandmother has gone, and that his wife will be very lonely except for their children.

Ellen Homola"
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Massachusetts Census, 1790-1890
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


HART, WEALTHY*
State: MA Year: 1860
County: Hampden County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Springfield Page: 284
Database: MA 1860 Federal Census Index


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[NI02695] ????????????

Name: Weltha Hanson
Age in 1860: 38
Birthplace: Maine
Home in 1860: Washington Ward 4, Washington, District of Columbia
Gender: Female
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Washington
Roll: M653_103
Page: 466
Year: 1860
Head of Household: Danl w Hall
Household

[NI02696] Living by himself in between his father Russell and uncle George's farms. No wife in 1870
Living with his parents in 1860

Owned a Tannery and shingle mill in Holden
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Pg. 194

Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Russel N. B. HART Self D Male W 56 ME Farmer MA MA
Wealthy B. HART Mother W Female W 82 MA Keeping House MA MA
Hanna M. COLEMAN Other Female W 18 CAN House Work CAN CAN
Hiram B. FRENCH Other D Male W 58 ME Laborer On Farm NH NH


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 517D

[NI02697] 1880 Minnesota Census shows Edwin, Mary, her father, Charles, daughter, Mary and a housekeeper, Nellie Persons, who was 21 and born in Sweden.
Not in Maine in 1860
There is a marker in the Hart Cemetery in Holden, Maine, but he is actually buried in Cottage Grove, Minnesota.

"Here is what I have on the Harts and the Fannings in Cottage Grove
Cemetery. I will just give you all the burials I have for each surname
and you can figure out if they fit in with your relatives or not.

1. Edwin J. Hart - Born 1825, died 1893.
2. Mary E. F. Hart - Born 1826, died 1895.
3. Charles Edwin Fanning - Born 1840, died 1890.
4. Charles O. Fanning - Born Nov. 18, 1800, died Sept. 4, 1888.
5. Charles Fanning Harriman - Born Sept. 8, 1858, died Nov. 15,
1863. (Son of Samuel & Fidelia Harriman)
6. Fidelia Holbrook Fanning - Born Dec. 4, 1803, died Dec. 18,
1878. "Beloved Wife of Charles O. Fanning."
7. Isabelle Fanning Holbrook - Born 1878, died 1897. "Daughter
of C. E. Fanning."

Source: Susan Severson

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From: Township Directories, 1881
Hart, E.J. Painter

Also note this book says the first settlers of Cottage Grove were from Maine.

The First Congregational Church of Cottage Grove was founded in 1858.
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from: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mn/washington/cemetery/cottageg.txt

HART Edwin J. b. 1825 d. 1893
HART Mary E. F. b. 1826 d. 1895

[NI02698] Living with her parents in 1860 at age 30
No children with her husband and she in 1870.

[NI02699] Living with her parents in 1860 at age 30

[NI02700] Living with parents in 1860 at age 28

[NI02701] Still living with parents in 1860 at age 25

Household Record 1880 United States Census
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Henry B. HART Self M Male W 46 MA Farmer MA MA
Sarah E. HART Wife M Female W 41 MA Keeping House CT MA
Alice N. SPRAGUE Other S Female W 16 NY At Home NY NY


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Source Information:
Census Place Monroe, Hamilton, Nebraska
Family History Library Film 1254750
NA Film Number T9-0750
Page Number 349A

[NI02702] Living with parents in 1860 at age 22

[NI02703] Living with father and mother in 1870. They are in their 70's.
Living with parents in 1860 at age 20
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Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William J. HART Self M Male W 40 ME Farmer MA MA
Mary H. HART Wife M Female W 32 ME Keeping House ME ME
Hurbert R. HART Son S Male W 12 ME At Home ME ME
Eunice WINCHESTER Other W Female W 83 ME Boarder ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 520B

[NI02707] The Freemasons

Freemasonry is inextricably interwoven with the history of British Columbia and the settlement of British Columbia. Many of its members were among the politicians, civic leaders, business people and other historical figures who helped shape the province. Today several of those Freemasons are remembered by the communities, with streets and buildings named in their honor.

When the Grand Lodge of England refused to grant them a charter, saying there was already an adequate lodge in New Westminster, they promptly applied to the Grand Lodge of Scotland, which immediately granted them the required charter. The new lodge, named Mount Hermon, was formally established in May, 1869, with 17 proud founding members. Included were Josias Charles Hughes, Sewell "Sue" Prescott Moody, George W. Haynes, George Black, William O. Allen and Philander Wheeler Swett. There are now 120 members.

http://www.shriners.bc.ca/freemasonry.shtml
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Holden, Sep. 20, by the Rev. J. Walls, GEORGE W. HAYNES of New Westmister, British Columbia, and ADDIE S., daughter of Capt. Russell HART.
http://www.mnopltd.com/jean/her568-270.html
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No relation but George Washington Haynes was a very good friend of one of my ancestors, Sewell Prescott Moody, from Hartland Maine, who was the founder of Moodyville (which became North Vancouver in British Columbia). George Washington followed his buddy, s.p. Moody out to British Columbia - that is how your ancestor, Sarah Adelaide Hart ended up out here. I checked the 1881 Victoria Census and found George W. and Sarah A. Haynes with 3 children (by 1881). They were Albert Hart Haynes, born either in 1872 or 1878 depending on which you believe (the census age or his death certificate age). He died in Vancouver on September 16, 1954. Mabel Wealthy Haynes was born in either 1873 or 1880 (again choose census or death certificate). She married Arthur James Kappele in Victoria in December of 1908 and died July 11, 1958 in the Okanagan (her husband died in 1944 in Burnaby, so maybe some of their children were living in the Okanagan and she moved up there after her husband's death). The last child shown on the census was George H. (I think the "h" stands for Henry). According to the 1881 census, he was 7 in 1881. There are 1 or 2 Georges who would more or less fit in the death indexes.
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I forgot to add that when George Washington Haynes and his new wife returned to BC from Maine (in 1869 or early 1870), his sister Laura Haynes returned with them and became the first schoolteacher at Moodyville, teaching there from 1870-1872. Her marriage is also in the BC Archives Vital Statistics.
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Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
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Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
George W HAYNES M Male American 47 USA Mill Wright Weslyan Methodist
Sarah A HAYNES M Female American 43 USA Congregationalist
Albert HAYNES Male American 10 British Columbia Congregationalist
Mable HAYNES Female American 8 British Columbia Congregationalist
George H HAYNES Male American 7 British Columbia Congregationalist


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Source Information:
Census Place Johnson Street Ward, Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia
Family History Library Film 1375921
NA Film Number C-13285
District 190
Sub-district B
Page Number 98
Household Number 729

[NI02709] Household Record 1880 United States Census
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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Francis K. HART Self M Male W 57 ME Farmer MA MA
Sylvinia B. HART Wife M Female W 51 ME Keeping House ME ME
Clara Bell HART Dau S Female W 24 ME Teacher ME ME
Willis F. HART Son S Male W 20 ME Student & Teacher ME ME
Lewis W. HART Son S Male W 12 ME At School ME ME
Harry M. HART Son S Male W 9 ME ME ME
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Source Information:
Census Place Holden, Penobscot, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254486
NA Film Number T9-0486
Page Number 516B

[NI02719] Was a pastor at the East Brewer Second Congregational Church after 1856.

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Page 273

[NI02720] Know all men by these presents

That I John Gerrald of Boscawen in the County of Hillsborough and State of New Hampshire Husbandman for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred sixty six dollars and fifty cents to me in hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by John Stevens of said Boscawen Trader and James S. Fellows of said Boscawen Joiner jointly. the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have given granted bargained sold and by these presents do give grant bargain sell alien enfeoff convey and confirm unto the said John Stevens and James S. Fellows and their heirs and assigns forever a certain piece of land situate in said Boscawen containing ten acres more or less and lying n the west side of Blackwater river being all the land I bought of David Gerrald reference is had to said deed for the bounds. To have and to hold the said granted premises with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging to them the said John Stevens and James S. Fellows and their heirs and assigns to them and their only proper use and benefit forever. And I the said John Gerrald and my heirs executors and administrators do hereby covenant grant and agree to and with the said Stevens and Fellows and their heirs and assigns that until the delivery hereof I am the lawful owner of the said premises and am seized and possessed thereof in my own right in fee simple and have full power and lawful authority to grant and convey the same in manner aforesaid and that the said premises are free and clear of all and every incumbrance whatsoever. And that I and my heirs executors and administrators shall and will warrant the same to the said John Stevens and James S. fellows and their heirs and assigns against the lawful claims and demands of any person or persons whomsoever. Nevertheless it is to be considered the condition of the foregoing deed is such that if the John Gerrald and his heirs executors and administrators shall well and truly pay unto the said John Stevens and James S. Fellows or their heirs and assigns a note of hand dated with these presents for one hundred and thirteen dollars with interest payable to James S. Fellows in two years from date and one other note for fifty three dollars and fifty cents with interest payable to John Stevens in two years from this date which is the
same date with this deed Then the foregoing deed is to be void and of no effect otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty.

John Gerald (Seal)

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us

Thomas Carter and Francis Cogswell

Hillsborough County, State of New Hampshire
October 14th, 1820

[NI02722]
Bangor, Maine City Directories, 1882-92
Viewing records 1-6 of 6 Matches


Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year
Enoch H. Tebbets Morse's mill casket manufacturer Valley avenue house 26 Center Bangor ME 1882
Enoch H. Tebbets Morse's mill casket manufacturer Valley avenue; office 16 East Market square house 26 Center Bangor ME 1884
Enoch H. Tebbets Morse's mill casket manufacturer Valley avenue; office 18 E. Market square 26 Center Bangor ME 1885, 1886
Enoch H. Tebbets Tebbets & Clayton; Morse's mill casket manufacturer Valley avenue; office 19 East Market square house 26 Centre Bangor ME 1887, 1888
Enoch H. Tebbets; Wm. Z. Clayton Tebbets & Clayton undertakers and casket mnfrs. 19 East Market square Bangor ME 1887, 1888
Mrs. Enoch H. Tebbets 26 Center Bangor ME 1891

[NI02729] No children

[NI02742] married had no children

[NI02752] From "Farrington Memorial 1st Edition"
"Otis Bradford Bates married Nancy, dau. of Michael and Wealthy (Phillips) Manu of Dedham, July 15, 1865. Lived in Brewer and Lynn, Mass. , and in 1874 moved to her father's farm in Dedham where they remain. During the Rebellion, he served two or three years in the 18th ME Reg."

[NI02768] From "Farrington Memorial 1st Edition"
"Cynthia Hawes Hart married Edwin Bradford Bates and settled in Dedham, ME, where they reside, was Lieut in the 8th and the 15th ME regiments."

[NI02793] still living with parents unmarried in 1870 at age 29

[NI02806] 1st Deacon in the Second Congregational Church of East Brewer Maine (1828)
Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames

[NI02817] named in will of 1653-Northhampton, VA, sons: Thomas and William, Daughter: Mary (Bell). Signed "Faith to England" in 1651
Edward Harrington leaves land to Thomas and Bill his youngest son, 3 Jan 1653 in Northampton Co. Witnessed by Tom Anderson, Wm. Whittington, Wm. Hones, Capt. john Stringer and Capt. Elijah Shelton. Executor Thomas Bell. (note: Wm. Harrington was brought over in 1653 by Capt. Whittington to Northampton Co.)
Source: Barbara Parsons

According to Ian Grimble, author of The Harrington Family, we must journey back to the 1100's to a place in the north of England called Flemingby, later Hafrinctuna, in Cumberlandshire to see a Dane by the name of Osulf set foot on England's fable shores and become the progenitor of a family now spread around the world. Little is knon of Osulf, or of those who followed him for several generations, until you come to Edward Harrington, born circa 1594 in England. Edward, according to some researchers, was the first of the Harnett County line of Harringtons to come to America. The date of his arrival cannot be determined with any degree of accuracy at this time, but it is known that he married in 1619 (wife's name unknown) in Northampton County, VA, and that his will was probated there in 1653. although there was an Edward Harrington listed as a "Gentleman" among the original Jamestown Colonist of 1607, the likelihood of the two being the sam person seems slim when we consider that our Edward would have been only thirteen years of age at the time of the settlemen's founding.
The same sources record that we descend from Edward's son Thomas Harrington, who was born in 1625 in Northampton County, VA. Like that of his mother, Thomas's wife's name is unknown to us, shrouded in the mists of time.
Source: Harper Fwnly BM Tony HWW, Thomas J. Harper - Charles Harrington Family #205
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Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys : CATALOG CARD

MULTIMEDIA Patent

GRANTEE Pettitt, Francis. grantee.
DATE 20 April 1687.
NOTE Location: Northampton County.
NOTE Description: 150 acres formerly granted to Edward Harrington and was lately found to escheat.
NOTE Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 567 (Reel 7).
NOTE Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.
OTHER FORMAT Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.
SUBJECT Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Northampton County.
SUBJECT Northampton County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century.
SUBJECT Land grants -- Virginia -- Northampton County. aat.
ADDED ENTRY Harrington, Edward.
ADDED ENTRY Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.
ADDED ENTRY Library of Virginia. Archives.

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. Will probated in NorthHampton co. VA on June 03, 1653

Edward Harrington [Harengton]

Will probated 3 Jan 1653

Edward Harrington leaves land to Thomas Harrington and "Bill" Harrington his youngest son. Either my dob for John is wrong or he is not Edward's son I show John dob as 1629 and Bill as 1627.

Witnessed by Tom Anderson, Wm. Whittington, Wm. Hones, Capt John Stringer and Capt. Eligah Shelton

Executor Thomas Bell

2. Jamestown Voyages Under The First Charter, 1606-1609

LIST OF ORIGINAL PLANTERS Harrington, Edward gentleman Is this my Edward's father or another Harrington?

3. Records of Harrington Immigrants to Virginia source unknown? Check this out, need source stupid.

NAME LOCATION YEAR

Ralph Harrington Charles City County, VA 1639

Edward Harrington Virginia, North Hampton Co. 1643

William Harrington James City County, VA 1653

4. Fran Harrington notes that Edward arrived in Jamestown VA in 1607 and died that fall... Check with Fred on source, Fran Davis also shows arrival 1607. Do we have another generation here with perhaps Edward Sr. arriving n 1607 and Edward Jr. being the father of Thomas?

5. Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys : CATALOG CARD

MULTIMEDIA Patent


GRANTEE Bell, Tho:. grantee.

DATE 21 November 1654.

NOTE Location: Northampton County.

NOTE Description: 350 acres at the Seaboard side, near Matchepongo. Adjoining the land of Edwd. Harrington, late decd.

NOTE Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 294 (Reel 2).

NOTE See also the following surname(s): Beall.

NOTE Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

OTHER FORMAT Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.

SUBJECT Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Northampton County.

SUBJECT Northampton County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century.

SUBJECT Land grants -- Virginia -- Northampton County. aat.

ADDED ENTRY Harrington, Edwd.

ADDED ENTRY Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.

ADDED ENTRY Library of Virginia. Archives.

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James Harrington land Henry co. VA mentioned

Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys : CATALOG CARD

MULTIMEDIA Grant


GRANTEE Johnson, Joseph. grantee.

DATE 17 December 1792.

NOTE Location: Henry County.

NOTE Description: 57 acres on both sides of the north fork of Lovings Creek adjoining James Harrington.

NOTE Source: Land Office Grants No. 28, 1792-1793, p. 187 (Reel 94).

NOTE See also the following surname(s): Johnston, Jonson.

NOTE Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

OTHER FORMAT Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.

SUBJECT Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Henry County.

SUBJECT Henry County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century.

SUBJECT Land grants -- Virginia -- Henry County. aat.

ADDED ENTRY Harrington, James.

ADDED ENTRY Virginia. Land Office. Register. Land grants, 1779-

ADDED ENTRY Library of Virginia. Archives.

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Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys : CATALOG CARD Misplaced entry, unknown relationship

MULTIMEDIA Grant


GRANTEE Harrington, John C. grantee.

DATE 2 October 1854.

NOTE Location: Grayson County.

NOTE Description: 140 acres on head waters of Elk Creek and Peach Bottom.

NOTE Source: Land Office Grants No. 110, 1854-1855, p. 507 (Reel 176).

NOTE Part of the index to the recorded copies of grants issued by the Virginia Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

OTHER FORMAT Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Grants A-Z, 1-124, reels 42-190; Virginia State Land Office. Grants 125- , reels 369-.

SUBJECT Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Grayson County.

SUBJECT Grayson County (Va.) -- History -- 19th century.

SUBJECT Land grants -- Virginia -- Grayson County. aat.

ADDED ENTRY Virginia. Land Office. Register. Land grants, 1779-

ADDED ENTRY Library of Virginia. Archives.

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Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys : CATALOG CARD A decendant of Ralph? Who arrived Charles City Co. in 1639 see above. Who the heck is Ralph?

MULTIMEDIA Patent


GRANTEE Harrington, William. grantee.

DATE 21 October 1684.

NOTE Location: Charles City County.

NOTE Description: 250 acres beg. &c., belonging to the land of Captn. Thomas Busby; thence &c., down Myery Meddow.

NOTE Source: Land Office Patents No. 7, 1679-1689 (v.1 & 2 p.1-719), p. 407 (Reel 7).

NOTE Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

OTHER FORMAT Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.

SUBJECT Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Charles City County.

SUBJECT Charles City County (Va.) -- History -- 17th century.

SUBJECT Land grants -- Virginia -- Charles City County. aat.

ADDED ENTRY Busby, Thomas, Capt.

ADDED ENTRY Meddow, Myery.

ADDED ENTRY Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.

ADDED ENTRY Library of Virginia. Archives.

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Edward (1594-1653) mentions three children in his will (Mary 1616-?), William (1620-?), and Thomas (1625-1713). All of the children were born in Northampton County, Virginia. This Edward arrived in Virginia with Captain Samuel Mathews, Esq. He married an unknown person in 1619 in Northampton County, Virginia. He signed the "Faith to England" in 1651 with Francis Flood, John Coulson and Richard Hill, Samuel Jones, Thomas Savage and Wm. Luddington.

Source: Harrington Mail List, Undocumented

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. At County Court held at Northampton ye 3rd of January Anno 1653,
Present Major John Andrews, Capt. John Stringer, Capt. Steph. Charlton, Mr
Wm. Jones, Mr William Whittington.

In the name of God Amen, I Edward Harrington being sick in Body, yet in
perfect sense and memory, do make this my last will and testament in manner
and form following:

I bequeath my soul to God that gave it my body to the earth to be burried.
Item 1: I give unto Thomas Bell, his youngest son, two hundred acres of
land at the seaboard side, adjoining to a creek, called by the name of
Phillip Creek. Also one young cow called by the name of "Coal." Item one
younger cow called by the name of "Browne," with a bull calf. Item I give
unto Mary Bell, {Wife of Thos. Bell} one cow called by the name of
"Goodman." I give unto the boy Daniell Shettlwood, one calf with a white
face. Item, I give unto Thomas Bell, one hundred and fifty acres of land
lying at the seaboard side and all my whole estate {undisposed of} unto the
said Thomas Bell, he paying all of my debts and legal as he seeing me
decently burried. (whom I do make whole executor of this my last will and
testament).
Signed: Edward Harrington

Witness: Edward Moore, Richard Saywell, Robert Berry, John Tilney

Teste: Edm. Mathews Clk. Cur.

Memorand that this was proved in open court by the corporal oath of the
witnesses


(here is the reading of the ORIGINAL WILL OF Edward Harrington of
Northampton, VA.) 1653
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Here are 2 written versions.
1. Old printed in book as listed;
2. New edition, and is exactly as the Original Will was writtten. Jackie,
you can read the one on the Harrington site on MYFAMILY.COM.

. Wills and Administrations of Northampton County, Virginia
1632-1802
Compiled by James Handley Marshall
Picton Press, Camden, Maine: July 1994
{This publication was a reprint of an older version. Abstract only Barb
note 11/20/01}
Page 29:
Harrington, Edward -undated/3 Jan 1653- To the youngest son of Thomas Bell
200A. on the seaboard side Daniel Shettlewood, one calf. To Thomas Bell
150 A, at the seaboard sid, the reminder of my estate, an-d Extr. Witt:
Edward Moore, Richard Saywelle, Robert Berry, John Tilney-f.2
Note: Apprs: John Brown, Richard Jacob. His Inventory 1654-1655 f. 7, p.
59



Northampton County, Virginia, Orders Deeds And Wills
975.515
P2W
Transcribed by Frank V. Walczyk
Copyright 1998 {Barb note: This publication is much better, and contains
exact wording, same document}
Peterson@aol.com Publisher.
Book 1V 1651-1654
{In the margin}page 15

9th and 10th days of January 1652 Lt. Col. Edm. Scarburgh assigned out of
this certificate unto Wm. Colelonen 350 Acres of land and unto Edm.
Harrington 250 at which time he taken in a. assigned out of he same rights
to Mr. Francis Wright 600 acres where upon with the foremost certificate
expressed upon the margin in this page Mr. Scarburgh certificate is who .
out.

{Exactly as in document.}

Page 2:

2. At County Court held at Northampton ye 3rd of January Anno 1653,
Present Major John Andrews, Capt. John Stringer, Capt. Steph. Charlton, Mr
Wm. Jones, Mr William Whittington.

In the name of God Amen, I Edward Harrington being sick in Body, yet in
perfect sense and memory, do make this my last will and testament in manner
and form following:

I bequeath my soul to God that gave it my body to the earth to be burried.
Item 1: I give unto Thomas Bell, his youngest son, two hundred acres of
land at the seaboard side, adjoining to a creek, called by the name of
Phillip Creek. Also one young cow called by the name of "Coal." Item one
younger cow called by the name of "Browne," with a bull calf. Item I give
unto Mary Bell, {Wife of Thos. Bell} one cow called by the name of
"Goodman." I give unto the boy Daniell Shettlwood, one calf with a white
face. Item, I give unto Thomas Bell, one hundred and fifty acres of land
lying at the seaboard side and all my whole estate {undisposed of} unto the
said Thomas Bell, he paying all of my debts and legal as he seeing me
decently burried. (whom I do make whole executor of this my last will and
testament).
Signed: Edward Harrington

Witness: Edward Moore, Richard Saywell, Robert Berry, John Tilney

Teste: Edm. Mathews Clk. Cur.

Memorand that this was proved in open court by the corporal oath of the
witnesses





Barb note: on version 1, the older version and is an abstract it says " to
the oldest son of Thomas Bell."
Newer version, which is an exact copy, says that Thomas Bell is his youngest
son. And Mary Bell is Thomas Bell's wife. The exact copy indicates that
Mary may be a daughter, but isn't specific. No sons by the name of
Harrington were listed.
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The old records of Virginia's Eastern Shores which included Northampton & Accomack Counties are very well documented. The following is taken from " A History of Northampton and Accomack Counties" by Ralph T. Whitelaw. Published 1968 It was published for the Virginia Historical Society. Vol One. LDS book # 975.51 H2wr

Page 451. N84

" 1653; Patent to Edward Harrington for 450 acres; it was east of the present seaside road and on both sides of the road from Marionville down to Red Bank Landing. 1
' 1654 Harrington left 150 acres to Thomas Bell and 200 acres to Bell's younges son, but no desposition of the remaining 100 acres.
'1663 Bell was executor for Harrington and perhaps the land had to be sold to satify the testors debts, so the bequests were void. Thomas and Mary Bell now sold it all to Robert Watson, and two years later he and his wife Susanna resold to Edward Hamon.
' 1669 He(Edward) & his wife ann Hamon sold to William Roberts who resold to Robert Foster.
' 1672 He sold to Thomas Heddey, mariner, and six years later Thoms Hedde left as 475 acres to Francis Pettit, Sr.

1680 Pettit sold the north 200 acres to Thomas Bell and it will be followed later.
1687 Pettit received a paten for 150 acres echeated from Edward Harington, but just why this patent was granted for such a small part of the whole is not clear.
1688 Francis Petit left the southern remaining 275 acres to his son John.

John Pettit Part:

1750 His will made no mention of any land; he had sons John, William, Peter and Isaiah, and it is possible that the title passed to John as the eldest, then to William upon the death of John, and then to William's son William
1784 Colonel John and Margaret (Pettit) Cropper deeded 126 acres to George Corbin saying the land had come to Margaret (Pettit) Cropper upon the death of her brother William, and a few months later, Corbin deeded back to Cropper alone.
1786 Cropper sold to Issac Avery and ten years later he and his wife Margaret sold to Hillary Stringer.
1818 Hillary and Kitty B. Tringer sold to George Brickhous and after his later intestate death, 406 acres in this vicinity were surveyed in 1831 for division among his heirs. This included the western part of the Thomas Bell land, but nothing more which could have come out of this paten, according to a careful study of several surveys for land hereabouts. The original patent perhaps included considerable marshland and the above 126 acres may have been all the upland avilable from the John Pettit part.

Thomas Bell Part:
'1860 He assigned the 200 acres to his son George.
1719 He and his wife Hannah deeded to their sons George and Jeodiah to become effective upon their deaths.
1734 Jehodiah and Sarah bell deeded his interest to Ezekael Bell."
End of Quote:

Northampton and Accomack Counties are the counties that are a penninsula with Chesapeake Bay on the land side, and the Atlantic Ocean on the other side. Accomack is attatched to Maryland.

Barb Comment: I believe you can see from this, that if any Harrington sons were involved in the deposition of Edward Harrington's property it would have been picked up by the Historians in the area. They have done a pretty thorough job of documenting the land sales and passage within the families involved.

It looks like Edward had a daughter Mary Harrington who married Thomas Bell. She inherited part of the property, the rest sold to probably pay debts.

Look at the Bell names carried down. Are those our family names?
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Poss relative

Passengers on Ship Assurance of London from London England to Virginia 1635
Theis men and women are to be transported to Virginea imbarqued in the Assurance of London
Isack Bromwell & Geo: Pewsie Master examined by the minister of the Towne of Gravesend of their conformitie in Or. Religion, the men have taken the oath of Alliegeance & Supremacie.

First Name ; Surname ;Years

Robert Brian 27
Maudlin Jones 60
Ann Shawe 32
Jo: Duncombe 46
Sith Haleward 30
Richard Hamey 36
Wm. Holland 35
Henry Snow 26
Marie Southwood 22
Francis Roweson 29
Richard Glover 24
Tho: Pagett 41
Mathew Holmes 21
Elias Harrington 22
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The Sir John Harington listed in the Virginia Company was the famous Sir John Harington of Kelston. He was known as "the Writer" and was made a godson by Queen Elizabeth I. He attended Christ College at Cambridge and received an AM degree. He studied law in London, but abandoned this study at the death of his father. He returned to Kelston Manor and continued the building of the manor house started by his father. (Years ago I jumped the fense at Kelston Manor to get a picture and was run off by the caretaker. At the time Hallmark had just purchased it and was renovating the manor.) He gained fame by introducing piped water in the Manor and perfecting the first modern flush water closet in history. The "john" was named for him. He married Mary Rogers of a prominent Somerset family. He became High Sheriff of Somerset and was knighted while on expedition for the conquest of Ireland. (He went reluctantly on orders from the Queen.) After the Queen died, he retired to Kelston, where misfortunes came upon him. He became involved in litigation with the Rogers family (his in-laws) and was compelled to pay a large sum of money he had pledged. He was briefly imprisoned. Upon release, he returned to Kelston Manor and died at age 51. He was heavily invested in the Virginia Company. When Lord William Cavendish discovered Bermuda, Cavendish "had(with the Earl of Northampton, the Earl of Pembroke, the Lord Paget, the Lord Harrington [John], and others) a grant of them from the King."

Here's the bad news. Grimble traces all of John's descendants for two generations. None were known to have come to the Americas. Although, one son and one grandson did bear the name Edward.

The Harington family from the original landholding of Harington in Northumberland lost the land to a line that daughtered out. The younger lines went to Lancashire and Lincolnshire.

Sir John (above) was a descendant of the Lancashire Harington's who were almost wiped out in the Wars of the Roses. There are far fewer lines for this descendancy. None of these have ever been proven to have come to the Americas. (At least that I am aware of.)

The Lincolnshire Harington's are the best bet for those coming to the Americas. One line is proven to have come to Maryland. There are a number of reasons why this line, which was in part aligned with Cromwell, would leave England for the Americas.

[NI02819] In 1687 he was in the Surry County Militia. Mar 15, 1675, he purchased land in Surry County, VA. On November 21, 1693, Nicholas and Elizabeth Smith along with Thomas and Jane Lane, all or Surry County, (Elizabeth and Jane wer daughter of John Flood), for 2000, deeded 150 acres to John Harrington and John Nelson. (Per Surry Co. Registry #3, P 336) John Flood's first land patent on May 12, 1638, was for 2100 acres. Flood came to Virginia in 1610 aboard the Swan. 1693 John Harrington received land grant in Surry County, FA. 1694 John Harrington is listed as a Tithable in Surry Co., VA. Sold property in Surry Co., VA 1694 Bk #1, VA Archives. In 1719 received a grant of land in Chowan Co., NC.
Source: Barbara Parsons

John was born in 1653 in Northampton County, VA and moved with his parents and siblings probably first to Surry County, VA, but eventually settlin in the Perquimans Precinct of North Carolina. Sometime later John moved to Northampton County, North Carolina where he died in 1744 at the ripe old age of 91.

[NI02821] 300 Years along the Pasquotauk, P 50 History of Casudon Co., NC. Thomas Harrington was one of seven members who organized Baptist Church in 1729. Thomas Harrington purchased land in Bertie County in 5-8-1730 p. 101 Index P. 361 Deed Bk C. He sold this land in 1736 to James Parham. Thomas Harrington sold land in Edgecombe County in 1733. His wife listed as Sarah, Book 2 Halifax Co. Drury Harrington and Mary Harrington were executors of will of Thomas Harrington Northampton Co., NC 11 Feb. 1744. In a letter from Genie Brown in Nov. 1972, she told of talking to Viriginia Livinston (the Professional genealogist). He told me Thomas and Mary wer parents of our charles. She seems to think Mary was a Whitmell, but very little has been found on the Whitmel line.
Source: Barbara Parsons

John's son Thomas Harrington, thought to have been born in 1690 in Surry Conty, VA was named circa 1714 in the Bertie Precinct of North Carlina to Mary Whitmel (born c. 1692), thought to be the daughter of Thomas Whitmel born c. 1658, died Novembert 1735, Bertie County n, NC, and Elizabeth Hunter Bryan (Born 1656)).
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Harrington Family

The Harrington family , sometimes written as Arrington, along with the Darwin, Harmon, Hill, Boyd, Clanton, Petty and Brazwell families associated together and have intertwined from Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Texas and continued to other states as they were opened up for settlement. The material I present is no way proven conclusively. Much of the information has been received through correspondence, and contain a variety of sources. Some is simply, ‘family record’ which may be secondary in nature but, also may be correct.

At any rate this date in time, we can feel fortunate to gather even this much. As with all material presented by me and all information is up for corrections and additions. Without risking some decisions one wouldn’t do much research. Here is my attempt at helping others understand the " Harrington Connection." Barb

I have several old letters written by the Harrington Family and found in a roll in a trunk in Charles Glenn Harrington’s home. The letters were written by John Harrington to Kate Duncan Smith ( Mrs J. Morgan Smith) of Birmingham Alabama. She was a grand daughter of Drury Harrington and Rachael Petty, son of Charles Harrington and Agnes Hill. This editor, Barbara McGee, descends through Charles Harrington Jr and Patience Braswell (Brazil, Brysdale, Brezeil) through Lydia Harrington & George Petty. The letters were dated 29 Nov 1891, an are 23 pages , so I will try to paraphrase the important information as it rambles and repeats itself a great deal. Some of the information on Drury Harrington and Rachel Petty Harrington, will come from an article printed in , " The Times," Gainsville, GA, 11 Aug 1982, Other information is derived from various wills and deeds.

Thomas Harrington and Mary Whitmell ( that which is documented is my original research from documents available on film)

Thomas Harrington seems to be the son of Thomas Harrington and Sarah (Mason). On 5 Sep 1721, Thomas Whitmell, Richard Turbavell and Elizabeth Whitmell were witnesses when Ralph Mason of Chawan Pricinct and Sarah , his wife sold 100 acres on the north side of the Marattoke River.

Ref: Deed bk c #1#1380 o 150

#1384 p155 Ralph Mason of Chowan Precinct and Sarah, his wife sold 160 Acres to John Coleman of prect. Afrsd., planter, 3 July 1721 for 12L current money. The land was on the north side of Marattock River. The land joined John Turbeville, Ralph Mason, Foser Mason and Thomas Arrington.

In Northampton Co., NC (ref: 4850 pt 2 deed bk Vol 1 p 18 Dated 11 Feb 1744)

Mary Harrington and Drury Harrington, Executors of Thomas Harrington, dec’d for 3 pounds sold 100 acres on the fork of Arthurs Creek. The land was granted to Thomas Harrington 1 May 1742. They sold the land to Mary Norton.

{ I believe there were 2 Drury Harrington’s previous to 1770. One was married to Mary.

The other Drury was married to Elizabeth, possibly Hudson. )

Speaking of the Drury who married Elizabeth Hudson: This Drury signed his name with a (D) . Drury D. Harrington, and lived in the Parish of St. Marks, Craven Co, S.C. as established by a deed dated 22 Oct 1773. (LDS book # 975.745 R2d) Vol 1 Deed A, Lancaster Co., S.C. p 235 &236: Luke Petty was living in the same area, living almost next door on 3 aug 1787.

In an indenture dated 1 May 1788, Drury Harrington, carpenter, signed his name, Drury H Harrington. Drury Thompson was a witness. The Thompson’s were no doubt some kind of relative.

Page 149. Indenture 21 Apr 1790 , Andrew Nutt of Lancaster Co., and Samuel Nutt . Andrew, for 10 pounds sold Samuel 150 Acres on Cedar Creek in Lancaster Co., S.C. on the east side of Waterlee River, it being ½ of 300 acres granted to Thomas Harrington on 25 Jan 1771, which said 300 acres were equally divided by Thomas Harrington and said 150 acres were leased and release dated, 18 Nov 1791 & conveyed to Andrew Nutt by Thomas Harrington and Sarah, his wife.

Petty’s and Harrington’s

Ref: Halifax Co., N.C. book B p57:

1775 John Harrington sold land in Chatham Co., N.C. Land previously granted to William Petty, then sold to William Petty Jr. son of William Petty to Charles Harrington (bkB p19 & 20) Charles Harrington was the father of the said John Harrington. Agnes (Hill) Harrington, lived on this land.

During that same period of time in Chatham Co,. N.C. 1771, Reuben Petty and Winny Petty sell land; Hubbard and Mary sell land 1772. William Petty Jr. and Mary sold land in 1775; Theophilus Petty was living on Robertson Creek. Old James Petty & Martha sold land in 1780 and lived near the land of Ambros Petty: Witnesses were Drury Harrington, and Whitmell Harrington.

William Petty Jr. sold his land to Isaac Petty, witnesses were James Petty, Whitmell Harrington

29 Sep 1798 , Whitmell Harrington sold his land on Long Branch Creek.

When the Petty families moved into Union County South Carolina, they again lived near the Harrington family. It was here that Charles Harrington and Agnes (Hill)’s son John died. His will was dated 12 Nov 1793. Will Bk 1 p13.

In Bute County North Carolina, 26 June 1764 I found John Harrington, of Orange Co., N.C. selling land on Peachtree Creek to William Hill of Edgecomb County.

One of the tracts of 500 acres he had purchased from Drury Harrington, the other 50 acress were purchased from Charles Harrington. Both purchases were on 27 July 1762. 1766 Charles Harrington sold his land to William Hill, planter of Edgecomb Co., S.C.

In Feb 1786, the family was disposing of the property of "Uncle" Druwry (sic) Harrington. In Halifax Co, NC deeds. (See files). No actual will was found, but it was declared that he died without issue. Those listed were Charles Harrington Jr, Thomas, a nephew, who sold his share to Philemon Harrington, Whitmel Harringon, Joseph Colson, a Nephew, who sold his land to Philemon. Charles Harrington of Anson County, (son of John Harrington who was a brother of Drury and Charles Sr.) – he also sold to Philemon: Anne Harrington, the wife of Abner Landrum- sold her share: Robert Johnson and Tabitha (Harrington) appointed Philemon Harrington to collect their shere. William Harrinton of Spartensburg, S.C. appointed his nephew John Harrington of Union co., S.C. to collect his share of his late brother, Drury Harrington’s property. Whitmell Harrinton of Montgomery Co., N.C. sold 1/8 part of the estate to William Clanton Hill; Susannah Harrington, widow of Drury Harrington, dec’d gave a deed of gift to her beloved nephew William Clanton Hill. (apparently her brother’s son)

Charles Harrington Jr who married Patience in Bute Co., N.C. or possibly in Orange Co. Her likely parents ere Valentine Braswell and Patience who died 1794 in Wake co., N.C. This has not been proven, as I found Valentine’s will in Wake Co., but only his wife was listed. No children were listed, though there is a Valentine Braswell Jr. in the Rev. War records.

Valentine Braswell Sr. owned land on the North side of the Haw River

Charles Harrington Jr was said to have had 7 sons and 4 daughters. I have only 2 sons, and 3 daughters. (some of those who can’t find a parent may be children of Charles.)

Agnes /Hill Harrington, the mother of us all , administrators bond was dated 14 Aug 1797, Chatham Co., North Carolina.

Philemon Harrington, son of Charles Harrington died about 1803. His widow Francis (Harmon) Harrington petitioned for an estate division for 9 children. Her father Zachariah Harmon helped support her & her children. (See Petty Papers Vol 6 p 18)

March 18 1822 Deed bk Y p 142, Philemon Harrington’s children and spouses of Hickman Co, TN sold 100 acres on Long branch., it being ½ of the surveys that Agnes Harrington purchased of Charles Clanton. Witnessed by Henry Jones.

(Barb note: The wife of James Petty may be Martha who is the daughter of the above Charles Clanton . The Clanton Marriage is not proven.)

Whitmel Harrington’s Adm. Bond was dated 11 Feb 1799. It named Thomas Harrington and others as security bondsmen, and named 5 children: Isaac, James, Betsy, Sally & Dicey.

SOURCE: Barbara McGhee, June 15, 2001
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Bertie Co. N.C Deeds; (I extracted these while on a trip to Bertie County)

Document dated: 24 June 1736: Recorded Aug 1736

260 Acres, 1 year lease.

Grantor: Thomas Harrington

Grantee James Parman both of Bertie Co., N.C. for consideration of 10 Shillings.

Two tracks of land on Roanoke River formerly granted to Ralph Mason, (1) Purchased by Herrington of John Colson 160 Acres. Land lying adjacent to Ralph Mason, Turbbarrelle ?(spelling), Foster & Mason

Purchased by Harringon of John Turbarrel , 100 A. on West Side of Turbaville River, adjacent to John Colson on West Side of Raccoon Branch at Ralph Mason’s line.
Witnesses: A. Southerland & Wm Short

Next:

Dated: 25 June 1736, Recorded Aug 1736; Bertie County, North Carolina

Deed Bk E p 27; consideration 48 pounds; acres: 260 Acres

(This was the sale of the preceeding property)

Grantor: Thomas Harrington

Grantee: James Parham

Next:

Bertie Co. Deeds

Bk F p 13

Doc date: 9 Feb 1739

Grantor: William Arrington

Grantee: Samuel Sands

Both of Bertie Co., N.C. for 20 pounds sold 160 acres on South Side of Meherring River granted to Joseph Wall, but now come to Arrington (sic) by order of Council by date 10 Aut 1728

Next

1740 William Arrington of Bertie Co., witnessed someone’s deed

Next:

Thomas Goods… and wife Elizabeth of Edgecombe Co., N.C. granted to Thomas Richardson 100 Acres in exchange for 6 pounds 100 Acres, on 26 Feb 1737.

Land was on Wheeler Mill Swamp, Part of a patent granted to William Arrington, dated 10 Aug 1729. Adjacent to Joseph Richardson.



(Barb comment. You will notice the association with Ralph Mason, and John Colson)


Source: Barbara McGee"

[NI02822] North Carolina Land Grant Book 4- #22
Will of THOMAS WHITMELL Dated 26 Nov 1735/ Probated Dec 1735
Son Thomas Whitmell plantation where I now live on the Kesia River,
containing 360a as by reference to a deed to me by Gardner, also 320a
on Buck Swamp, part of a survey by patent dated Apr 1726, half my stock
of horses, etc., negroes Jupiter, Catoe, Peter and half of the stock
used in Indian trade.
Wife Elizabeth Whitmell all household furniture.
Dau Martha Whitmell 15# at her marriage or when she is of age, also
half my trading stock used in the Indian trade, as well as the labor
of negroes Mingoe, Bess, and Peter.
Second son Lewis Whitmel 150A adj land devised to my son Thomas and
lands of John Gray, 320 A on Buck Swamp, being the other half of land
devised to my son Thomas, also negro Bristoll, one fourth of the incress
of negro Bess and one fourth part of negroes Phillis and Penney.
Infant son who shall be baptized William one fourth part of negro Bess
and Negroes Phillis and Penney.
Dau Elizabeth Pollock one shilling
Dau Sarah Whitmell 30# wf negro Bess Dautha martha negro Mingo, one
fourth of negroes Phillis and Penney, one fourth of the increas of Bess.
Dau Mary Whitmell the first child of Negro Bess and one fourth part of
negroes Phillis and Penney
Ex: wife, son Thomas, John Gray
Wit: Simon Gale, Gerrard Van Upstall, Mary Cannady
Source: Sharon Herrington

[NI02825] Could be our John

[NI02826] Drury's younger brother, Thomas, who was Hannah Clark's father, lived between Burn Coat Swamp and Jacket Swamp.

[NI02830] Sarah Whitmel Harrington b. 21 Oct 1737
Parish Prince Frederick,Winyaw,SC, was the sister of Thomas Harrington
born 1741. She married John Ashley. Their son, Robert ASHLEY b. SC
who was living Jan 1795 Natchez District, MS stated in a document that
he was the nephew of Gen. Elijah Clarke by marriage, referring to
his aunt Hannah who married Gen Elijah Clarke.

Sharon

[NI02833] 1653-1663 moved to Porquimans Precenct of North Carolina.

Will: 2 November 1713, Perquomens Precinct, NC Wills, P 226 & 227 names daughter in law Ann Majour. Also mentions a brother John in will per NC Historical and Genealogical Register, Page 58.
Source: Barbara Parsons

What is known is that Thomas moved to the Porquimans Precinct of North Carolina, probably between 1653 and 1663 (when his son Humphrey was born) and died theron November 3, 1713. John Harrington, son of Thomas (1625-1713) was our nex gerational link.

[NI02835] The Whitmel Family







The Whitmels, of English descent, settled in Surrey County, Virginia, about the year 1660.

The first member of the family concerning whom we have any record was Thomas Whitmel, who married Mary Whedbee and by her, had a son named Thomas.

The last named Thomas was born in Surrey County, Virginia, the 16th of September 1688, and married Elizabth Hunter Bryan, a daughter of Lewis Bryan and Elisabth Hunter, his wife, residents of the same county. It has been said that Elizabeth Bryan, who was born September 15, 1690, was a grand-daughter of Sir Ernest Bryan, an English Baronet, but so far evidence has not been found establishing the relationship.

In 1713 the Bryans, accompanied by Thomas Whitmel and his wife moved from Surrey and settled in the lower part of what is now Bertie County, North Carolina, having been told no doubt of the richness of the land between the Chowan and Morratock Rivers. In 1732 all that part of Chowan lying between the Chowan River and the Moratock, as the Roanoke River was then called, was erected into the present Bertie county.



In 1741, or therabouts, the upper or northern part of Bertie became the County of Northampton.



On July 13, 1715, Arthur Kavenaugh, of Surrey County, VA., conveyed to Mr Whitmel, 600 acres of land, lying on the north side of the Morattock River, known as Hull Hole, beginning in the Low grounds of the river; and on the following day 600 additional acres[1] This is the earliest record to be found in Bertie relating to the Whitmel Family.



His home plantation was on the Cashie River, probably near the present town of Windsor, the county seat, and not many miles from the reservation of the Tuscarora Indians, with whom he carried on trading operations.



His will was dated November 26, 1735, and proved before Gabriel Johnston, the Governor, on the 17th day of December following. In it he mentioned the following named children:



His “dutyful” son Thomas Whitmel, to whom he devised the plantation on the Cashie River on which he lived, containing 360 acres; also 360 acres lying on Buck; half of his stock of horses, cattle and sheep, and two negro boys, Jupiter and Caloe, and a feather bed and furniture and a dark negro man called Peter; one half of the stock which he used in trading with the Tuscaroras;



To his wife, Elisabeth all his household furniture:



To his daughter Martha, fifteen pounds of Sterling Money, on the day of her marriage, or when she becomes of age. One-half of the stock, in trade, on-half of the horses, cattle and sheep then owned by him, the use of the plantarion on which he lived during her natural life, and the use and labor of negro slaves called, Ringo, Bess and Peter;



To his second son Lewis Whitmel, 150 acres of land adjoining the divised to his son Thomas, and the land of John Gray, 320 acres lying on Buck Swamp, being the other half of the land devised to son Thomas, negro boy Bristoll; ¼ part in negro girls Phillis and Penney;



To his infant son to be baptized William, a ¼ part of the increase of negro womon called Bess, the first child excepted, and ¼ part fof negeoes Phillis and Penny;



To his loving daughter Elizabeth Pollock, (wife of George Pollock), one shilling;



To his daugher Sarah Whitmel, thirty pounds Spanish silver money at fifteen penny weight to the ounce, to be paid by his wife Elizabeth, and negro woman Bess;



To his daughter Martha, negro man Ringo, and fifteen pounds sterling money:



To daughter (whose name is illegible), the first child of said Bess and ¼ part in Phillis and Penney;



To Daughter Mary Whitmel, ¼ part of Phillis and Penney;



Wife Elisabeth, his son, Thomas, and his brother-in-law, John Gray, were appointed executors.



Wittnesses: Simon Gale, Gerrard van Upstall and Mary Cannaday.[2]







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[1] N.C.H.&G. Register, Vol.1, page 286

[2] Grant Book 4, no.33, Office of The Secretary of State, North Carolina, Wills by J. Bryan Grimes, N.C. H. & G.


[NI02842] ALSTON - HARRINGTON - Deed Bk. B - 1775-1783

pg. 173, Nov. 18, 1778
William Alston of Halifax Co., NC sells to John Auld of Anson Co., NC, for 500 pds, 212 acres. Land joins Mial Scurlocks land where the Court House now stands and the land of Zachariah Harman. The sd land Alston purchased of John Harrington as heir, at law to his Father Charles Harrington, dec.
and another tract of land that Wm. Alston purchase of Robert Rutherford, joining the aforesaid land on Robertsons' Creek, of 45 acres.
Wm. Alston
Wit:
Matthew Ramsey
Mial Scurlock

[NI02843]
HARRINGTON - Deed Bk. B - 1775-1783

pg. 170, Nov. 18, 1778
Agnes Harrington, Thomas Harrington and Philemon Harrington, sell to John Auld of Anson Co., for 800 pds, 212 acres, including the land whereon we now
live adjoining the land where Chatham Courthouse now stands and land purchased by Charles Harrington, dec'd of William Petty.

Agnis (A) Harrington
Thomas Harrington
Philemon (X) Harrington
Wit:
Mathew Ramsey
Mial Scurlock

[NI02857] Birthdate is after mother's deathdate. Could Pliny have remarried???

[NI02860] Sarah Whitmel Harrington b. 21 Oct 1737
Parish Prince Frederick,Winyaw,SC, was the sister of Thomas Harrington
born 1741. She married John Ashley. Their son, Robert ASHLEY b. SC
who was living Jan 1795 Natchez District, MS stated in a document that
he was the nephew of Gen. Elijah Clarke by marriage, referring to
his aunt Hannah who married Gen Elijah Clarke.

Sharon

Some biographical sources state that Hannah Arrington was a Quaker born in VA. Others suggest that she came from a branch of the Arrington family that established itself in NC before 1700. Hannah, clearly, came from the NC Arringtons who had lived along the Meherrin River and later Fishing Creek in Edgecombe Co. near the Clarks, before migrating south to Anson Co., N.C., before 1750. Whether the Clarks and Arringtons migrated to Anson Co., N.C., together isn't clear.
In addition to the affidavit cited above, Hannah (H) Arrington Clark of GA is mentioned in Halifax Co. NC court records as the niece and sole heir of the deceased Drury Harrington of Halifax Co, N.C. Drury died a bachelor in early 1790/91(Drury married but had no children-Died without a will). Drury Harrington lived on Jacket Swamp off Fishing Creek between the Tar and Roanoke Rivers in the part of Bertie Co. that became Edgecombe Co. in1732 and Halifax Co. in 1741. Drury's younger brother, Thomas, who was Hannah Clark's father, lived between Burn Coat Swamp and Jacket Swamp. Both Drury and Thomas were sons of Thomas and Mary (Whitmel) Harrington of Chowan Pct. who settled along the Roanoke River about 1720.
Elijah and Hannah Clark had nine children, eight of whom survived to adulthood. John was clearly the oldest and Gibson was the youngest son, though he may not have been the youngest child. Mary and Sarah, I believe, were the two oldest daughters who married shortly after the end of the Revolutionary War. Two of the Clark children married Williamsons whose parents were Micajah and Sarah Williamson, who were Quakers from Louisa County. Elijah Clark (1733-1799) / Hannah Arrington (1737-1827) son John Clarke 1766-1832 m. Sarah Williamson. Their daughter, Mary "Polly" Clarke, b: c1768 m. 1st Charles Williamson 2nd William Hobby. Their daughter, Sarah Clarke c1769-1805 married Josiah Walton. Their daughter, Elizabeth Clarke married Beniah Smith. Their daughter, Nancy Clarke married Jesse Thompson. Their son, Elijah Clarke (twin) 1772- married Margaret Long. Their daughter Frances (twin) 1772- married Edwin Mounger. Their daughter, Susan 1774 died young. Their son, Gibson Clarke c1781-1849 did not marry. John Clark, who joined his father's militia unit at the age of fourteen (14), ultimately rose to the rank of Major General in the GA militia. He served as Gov. of GA for two terms and was later named IndianAgent for Florida. He and his wife both died of yellow fever in 1832, developed after a vaccination in Cuba. Elijah Clark Jr. graduated from Yale in 1801 and settled in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA where he practiced law and speculated in real estate. Gibson Clark graduated from the Univ. of GA and practiced law in Augusta, Georgia. A member of Congress, he never married.
Biographies of Elijah Clark vaguely suggest that he lived in Edgecombe Co. NC from the time he was born until he married. He may have been born after his parents left Bertie Precinct NC for Edgecombe Precinct NC. There is no data to support a Clark family residence in Edgecombe County, N.C. (In those days, Edgecombe included all land south of the Roanoke River and north of the Neuse River) as early as 1733. In any case, Elijah did live in Edgecombe Co. at some point in time during his childhood but probably left for Anson Co., N.C., with his parents before 1750 and while still a teenager. His father was traveling around the western frontier of Anson Co., N.C. by 1746 and he and wife Mary were clearly living along the Broad River in S.C. in 1751 and along the Pacolet River by 1755, several years before Elijah married.
The Edgecombe Co. Arringtons (Harringtons) also had moved to Anson Co., NC before 1760. (Note that a "widow Harrington" lived adjacent to John Clark along the Great Pee Dee River in 1751. Elijah and Hannah married about 1762 and probably took up housekeeping on Clark family property along the Pee Dee about that time. They were certainly living on Rocky Run near the PeeDee River in 1764 when Elijah was listed as a buyer at estate sales of two planters (Walter Gibson and Robert Lee) who lived along the same Rocky Run where Elijah lived. The Gibson and Lee families had also migrated south from Edgecombe County, N.C.
About 1771 Elijah and Hannah moved their family southwest to the Pacolet River where they settled on part of an 800-acre land grant obtained by Elijah's father in 1755. It was located along a part of the River known as Grindle Shoals, north of present-day Spartanburg, SC. The Hays biography of Elijah says that he found the Pacolet property swampy and unsatisfactory for farming. Other accounts suggest that Elijah was always a better hunter than farmer.
Whatever the case, in 1773 on the eve of the Revolutionary War, Elijah moved his family further south to the northern border area of GA. There, Elijah and Hannah settled in St. Paul's Parish along Wahatchee Creek near the new Quaker settlement of New Purchase but which later became known as Wrightsborough. Their early neighbors included William and Elizabeth Candler who had arrived in GA from VA about six months before the Clarks. (Neither Elijah Clark nor William Candler was a Quaker, but both came from families with Quaker ties and their wives had been raised as Quakers.) William Candler would later serve in the GA militia as second-in command under Gen. Elijah Clark during the Revolutionary War. Elijah's son, John Clark, who joined his father's militia band at fourteen, would later serve two terms (1819-1823) as Governor of Georgia. . William Candler's grandson, Allan Candler, also would serve two terms (1898-1902) as Governor of GA. (If my research about Elijah's ancestry were correct, another related Clark served as Governor of NC on the eve of the Civil War. Quite a record: blood related Clarks served as Governors for six terms in three different states-- KY, GA, NC --during the 19th century.[For those wondering, the KY Governor was gr.-grandson of Capt.Christopher, through son Micajah and grandson Robert. LSS]

[NI02861] Biographies of Elijah Clark vaguely suggest that he lived in Edgecombe Co. NC from the time he was born until he married. He may have been born after his parents left Bertie Precinct NC for Edgecombe Precinct NC. There is no data to support a Clark family residence in Edgecombe County, N.C. (In those days, Edgecombe included all land south of the Roanoke River and north of the Neuse River) as early as 1733. In any case, Elijah did live in Edgecombe Co. at some point in time during his childhood but probably left for Anson Co., N.C., with his parents before 1750 and while still a teenager. His father was traveling around the western frontier of Anson Co., N.C. by 1746 and he and wife Mary were clearly living along the Broad River in S.C. in 1751 and along the Pacolet River by 1755, several years before Elijah married.
The Edgecombe Co. Arringtons (Harringtons) also had moved to Anson Co., NC before 1760. (Note that a "widow Harrington" lived adjacent to John Clark along the Great Pee Dee River in 1751. Elijah and Hannah married about 1762 and probably took up housekeeping on Clark family property along the Pee Dee about that time. They were certainly living on Rocky Run near the PeeDee River in 1764 when Elijah was listed as a buyer at estate sales of two planters (Walter Gibson and Robert Lee) who lived along the same Rocky Run where Elijah lived. The Gibson and Lee families had also migrated south from Edgecombe County, N.C.

[NI02862] Hannah (H) Arrington Clark of GA is mentioned in Halifax Co. NC court records as the niece and sole heir of the deceased Drury Harrington of Halifax Co, N.C. Drury died a bachelor in early 1790/91(Drury married but had no children-Died without a will). Drury Harrington lived on Jacket Swamp off Fishing Creek between the Tar and Roanoke Rivers in the part of Bertie Co. that became Edgecombe Co. in1732 and Halifax Co. in 1741. Both Drury and Thomas were sons of Thomas and Mary (Whitmel) Harrington of Chowan Pct. who settled along the Roanoke River about 1720

[NI02863] It was probably his brother William to whom Elijah sent his 12-year old son, John, for "proper schooling" in 1778, claiming that the state of Georgia offered no proper schooling opportunities for the high-spirited youth. Also, NC may have appeared to be a safe haven for John, particularly after William and Mary temporarily moved upriver to property located near Adams Ferry. (I have not been able to locate Adams Ferry, but I do not believe it was in Wake Co. as Elijah Clark's biographers have suggested.) Young John had other ideas and after a British raid into Carolina he departed for GA and immediately enlisted in his father's partisan forces--at the young age of fourteen.

John Clark, who joined his father's militia unit at the age of fourteen (14), ultimately rose to the rank of Major General in the GA militia. He served as Gov. of GA for two terms and was later named IndianAgent for Florida. He and his wife both died of yellow fever in 1832, developed after a vaccination in Cuba.

Elijah Clark also had a son named John who joined the militia at age fourteen in 1780 and rose to the rank of Captain at the War's end when he was just sixteen. He later became a Major General of militia and served two terms as Governor of GA. Many have confused Elijah's brother John Clark Jr. with Elijah's son John, particularly since both served as officers under Elijah during the War. Beginning in 1788, Elijah's son John also received land grants in both Wilkes and Franklin Counties, GA totaling almost1, 400 acres by 1802.

Source: Doug Tucker

[NI02864] twin

Elijah Clark Jr. graduated from Yale in 1801 and settled in Pointe Coupee Parish, LA where he practiced law and speculated in real estate.

[NI02876] twin

[NI02878] died young

[NI02879] Gibson Clark graduated from the Univ. of GA and practiced law in Augusta, Georgia. A member of Congress, he never married.

[NI02880] Elijah Clark's parents were John Clark (c1705-1768) and Mary, whose maiden name appears to have been either TURNER, GRIFFITH or possibly GIBSON. Elijah had several brothers and sisters, but at present I have only been able to confirm five brothers and one sister, plus another "possible" sister.

Missing from my list of John Clark's children is a Lewis Clark. In 1784, a Lewis Clark received a 350-acre land grant in Wilkes County, Georgia, adjacent to a similar size grant made to Elijah Clark. Elijah's brother, John, received a 500-acre grant nearby the following year. And Elijah's son, also named John received a 100-acre grant in the same vicinity in 1788. I think this Lewis Clark was another of Elijah's brothers, although he might have been a cousin. I also believe the Elijah Clark had an uncle named Lewis Clark who was several years older than Elijah's father. This would make him too old to have been the Lewis Clark of 1784 Wilkes Co. but he was probably the Lewis Clark who appeared on Anson Co. tax rolls in 1755 and 1757. This older Lewis Clark is important to this story because he may be an important clue to the identity of Elijah Clark's paternal grandfather.

[NI02882] Thomas Clark, the oldest son, appears to have settled initially near his father in the Pacolet River Basin of SC. Information on Thomas Clark beyond a couple of Anson Co., N.C., land transactions in the late 1750's could not be found. The Thomas Clark who acquired confiscated Loyalist properties in Anson and Montgomery Counties after the Revolutionary War may have been this Thomas Clark or possibly his son.

[NI02883] My notes on John Clark Jr. also are sparse but he may be the John Clark who married Judith Mallett. If so, they originally settled in Anson Co., NC where they had seven surviving children: Thomas, John William, James, Jeremiah, Jesse, Rebekah, and Elizabeth. John Clark Jr.-1736 served as a Major in the GA militia under his younger brother, Elijah, during the Revolutionary War. After the War, he returned to Anson Co. for several years before packing up and heading first back to GA where he received several land grants in Wilkes and neighboring Franklin Counties between 1784 and 1794 totaling over 1,500 acres

[NI02884] Alson Clark married Rachel Owen, a Quaker, and remained on the Clark family's Broad River properties. His name appears with his brother Elijah's and sister-in-law Hannah's on several deeds (as witnesses) in Lancaster and York Cos., SC. He served in the NC militia during the War with the rank of Colonel. Alston and Rachel had children named Absolem, John, Alston Jr., Richard, Patience, Mattie and Mourning. Alston and Rachel Clark's descendants are well documented and the DAR library has Clark Bible records that trace the Alston Clark branch of the family into the early 20th century. However, for John and Mary Clark to name a son "Alston" certainly suggests a relationship of some sort with the Alston/Austin family of NC -- _one that is worth exploring further. (I am preparing, slowly, a separate paper on John Alston (1673-1758) and Mary Clark (c1685-1765) who lived along Bennett's Creek in Chowan Precinct/County NC.)

Source: Doug Tucker

[NI02888] Possibly a niece rather than a daughter

[NI02889] only a single reference as a taxpayer in Anson Co., N.C., 1768.

[NI02890] William and Mary Willis (or Williams) Clark settled in the town of New Bern, NC along the Neuse River. William and Mary Clark had four children: (1) Elijah who married Elizabeth James and lived in New Bern, N.C.; (2) Sarah Elizabeth who married John Oliver of New Bern; (3) Michael who settled in Wake Co. near Raleigh; and (4) John Willis who married Mary Irving Roach and settled in Columbia, S.C. It was probably his brother William to whom Elijah sent his 12-year old son, John, for "proper schooling" in 1778, claiming that the state of Georgia offered no proper schooling opportunities for the high-spirited youth. Also, NC may have appeared to be a safe haven for John, particularly after William and Mary temporarily moved upriver to property located near Adams Ferry. (I have not been able to locate Adams Ferry, but I do not believe it was in Wake Co. as Elijah Clark's biographers have suggested.) Young John had other ideas and after a British raid into Carolina he departed for GA and immediately enlisted in his father's partisan forces--at the young age of fourteen.

Source: Doug Tucker

[NI02899] Deeds from Halifax County. Wills Volume 16 page 194. Power of Attorney
from William Harrington (Spartanburg County, South Carolina), brother
of Drury, to his Nephew John, (Union County, S.C. ) October 10, 1785

Last Will & Testament-
John Harrington

Union County, S.C., Will Book PP 14- 16 Dated 16 September 1793,
written 12 November 1792. Intermediate Court, 2nd day. LW&T of John
Harrington, deceased proven in open court by oaths of Drury Harrington
and Abraham Guiton in order to be recorded.

In the name of God, Amen. I, John Harrington, of Union Co., S.C.
being in a sick and low condition, yet through the assistance of
divine providence of sound judgement and memory, do make and
constitute this last will and testament, hereby revoking all others,
heretofore made by me and first I commit my soul to God who made it,
to be rec'd by him thru the merits of Jesus Christ-my Lord and Savior;
and my body to the dust from whence it was taken to be decently buried
at the expense of my executor and as for my worldly goods, I will they
be disposed of in the following manner:

Beloved wife, Fanny, all estate real and personal during life or
widowhood. If she marries or dieth before my children come of age,
exec to "keep estate together and make the best they can of it." To
raise and educate my children till they all come of age and then (and
not until then) the estate to be equally divided amongst my children,
male and female, in any way the major part of them agree on. Friends,
David Smith, my son-in-law, and Nicholas Corriy to be executed 12
November 1792. Wit: Abraham Guiton, Joseph Moorhead, Joseph Guiton and
Drury Harrington. Signed John (X) Harrington.
David Smith appointed executor, came into open court and took the
necessary oath. (from Georgia Genealogy Magazine, 1982, p. 217) v2,
p44.

Will-Summons to Young J. Harrington, executor of the Last Will and
Testament of David Smith, dec' who was the executor of the LW&T of
John Harrington, dec'd. To show why a writ of petition should not
issue to lay out to Jeptha Harrington, Hezekiah Harrington, Birt
Harrington, Gabrial Martin and his wife Delila, Ezra Cates and Rhoda,
his wife, Thos. Luck and Barsheba his wife, heirs and legatees of John
Harrington, late of said district, dec'd their equal and distributive
shares of a 600 acre tract situate on water of Gilkies and Abbentons
Creek, adjoining land of _____Morgan, Agram Guyton, Nicholas Corry,
John Jefferies and others. 3 October 1814..It was recommended that
land be sold. Resurveyed at 926 acres and valued at $1,000 signed
Corry, Jefferies, Jeptha Harrington, Moorehead, Drury Harrington.
(From S. Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Review) v4, p.27.

Source: Barbara Parsons

LW&T - John Harrington
Union County, South Carolina, Will Book PP 14 - 16 Date 16 Sept. 1793,
written 12 Nov 1792. Intermediate Court, 2nd day. LW&T of John
Harrington,
deceased proven in open court by oaths of Drury Harrington and Abraham
Guiton in order to be recorded.

In the name of God, Amen. I, John Harrington, of Union co., S. C., being
in a sick and low condition, yet through the assistance of devine
providence, of sound judgement and memory, do make and constitute this
last
will and testament, hereby revoking all others; heretofore made by me
and
first I, commit my soul to God who made it, to be rec'd by him thru the
merits of Jesus Christ - my Lord and Savior: and my body to the dust
from
whence it was taken to be decently buried at the expense of my executor
and
as for my worldly goods, I will they be disposed of in the following
manner:

Beloved wife Fanny, all estate real and peresonal during life or
widowhood. If she marries of dieth before my children come of age, exec
to
"keep estate together and make the best they can of it."To raise and
educate
my children till they all come of age and then (and not until then) the
estate to be equally divided amonst my children, male and female, in any
way
the major part of them agree on. Friends, David Smith, my son-in-law,
and
Nicholas Corriy to be exec. 12 Nov 1792. Wit: Abraham Guiton, Joseph
Moorhead, Joseph(I) Guiton and Drury Harrington.

Signed John (X) Harrington

David Smith; apointed executor, came into open court and took the
necessary
oath. ( from Georgia Geneology Magazine, 1982, p 217) v2, p44
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pg. 212, Nov. 3, 1781
JOHN HARRINGTON to JAMES WILLIAMS, for 600 pds, no acreage given, joins BENJAMIN HARRIS, WILLIAM HILL and JOHN ROW and on both sides of LANDRUM'S
Creek.
JOHN HARRINGTON
Wit:
AGNESS (X) HARRINGTON
MARY (X) HARRINGTON
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PETTY/PETTEY- HARRINGTON - Deed Bk. B, 1775-1783
pg. 19, April 29, 1775
John Harrington of the Co. of Halifax NC to William Alston of the Co. of Halifax, fro 100 pds, 212 acres on the S. side of Robinsons Creek, being part of a tract of land granted by Patent to William Pettey and sold by William Petty Jr. son, to the sd William, to Charles Harrington, Father to the sd John Harrington being also a part of a tract whereon Mial Scurlock now lives and the Court House of Chatham now Stands. Also where Agnis Harrington now lives.
John Harrington
Wit:
John Webb
John Auld
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[NI02900] Mississippi Court Records (King) , pg 61. will of Sarah Birt Bradford
of Amite Mississippi lists Rhoda Harrington Cates as niece and
Hezekiah Harrington as nephew.

[NI02901] She received a 1280 acre land
grant in Rusk Co, Texas in 1836. I believe it was Kenneth Vance Smith
who said she died circa 1841 Rusk co, Texas. Her son James Smith
(1792-1855) is buried in Henderson, Rusk Co, Texas, but I don't
know if she is buried there.

The land grant is shown granted to Barshaba Lusk, 2nd class, arrived
in Texas 1836, according to the Republic of Texas Land Grants. After
David Smith died, she married #2 Thomas Lusk who died 1826 Lincoln
Co, Tenn, which explains the name on the land grant.

[NI02906] Will - Summons to Young J Harrington, executor of the LW&T of David
Smith, dec', who was the executor of the LW&T of John Harrington, dec'd.
To
show why a writ of petition should not issue to lay out to Jeptha
Harrington,
Hezekiah Harrington, Birt Harrington, GABRIEL MARTIN and his wife
DELILA,
Ezra Cates and Rhoda his wife, Thos. Lusk and Barsheba his wife, HEIRS
and
legatees of John Harrington, late of said district, dec'd, their equal
and
distributive shares of a 600 acre tract situate on water of Gilkies
and Abbentons Creek, adjoining land of _________ Morgan, Abram Guyton,
Nicholas Corry, John Jefferies and others. 3 Oct 1814. ----
It was recommended that land be sold. Re-surveyed at 926 acres and
valued at
$1000.
signed Corry, Jefferies, Jeptha Harrington, Moorehead, Drury Harrington.

NOTE: This is John's brother, Drury b.1752 who married Rachael Petty,
who was living in Union Co, SC at that time. John and Drury were
sons of Charles (1720-1772) and Agnes Hill Harrington.

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[NI02909] Solider of the War of 1812; born in chatham co., N.C. 1788; came to Tenn. 1809 and settled nr. Little Lot; died Aug. 10, 1844.
Source: Family records from Spence's History of Hickman Co., Tenn. Page 50

[NI02910] Also on Pg 446, Miles Harrington is listed as a Captain in the 97th Militia in
1838

Ripley County, MO
The Prospect News
Abstracted by Kathy Newton

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SEPT.1, 1876-Resolution & Petition

We hereby pledge ourselves to act in concert in enforcing the law to the end, that the heretofore good names, fame and regulation of our county be restored: J.G. McClaren, D.O'Guinn, C.Kunsmueller, Herman Borth, D.K. Ponder, H. Ponder, J. Casteel, E.R. Hicks, L. Casteel, T.S. Sandlin, G.M. Casteel, J.R. Borth, A.J. McCollum, C.W. Rush, Miles Harrington, G. Ziegra, T.A. Ponder, A.J. Ponder, A.C. Rataree, A.H. Ponder, D.G. Harrington, A.F. Ponder, D.A. Lee, H.C. Borth, W.I. Rainey, P.J. Ponder, E. Dalton, J.H. Myatt


FEB 1, 1878-Administrators Notice-Estate of Miles Harrington, deceased A.J. McCollum, Adm.

-----------The personal property of the late Miles Harrington, deceased will be sold to the highest bidder at the residence of the deceased on Fourche next Thursday Feb 7th, 1878.

FEB 15th, 1878-The property at the sale of Mr. Miles Harrington estate last week went entirely above hard times prices.

[NI02912] Died-on Wed. evening 23rd inst. Mrs. Caroline Harrington, widow of Mr. Miles Harrington, whose death we announced last week. Mrs. Harrington had been in bad health for some time, and the sickness and death of her husband so prostrated her that she only survived him a week. NOTE; these were my G-G Grandparents Kathy Hicks Newton.

Ripley County News Abstracts

[NI02921] NOV 7, 1879-a Reading Club was organized at the Seminary Wednesday night last, which promises to be a success. The following are the names of those enrolled as members:

Females: Mollie Wright, Vicoria Bell, Alice Bell, Nannie Ponder, Luvica Harrington.

Males: Edgar Hall, Asael Ponder.

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Feb 20, 1880-The Hotel has been crowded this week with travelers and newcomers looking for homes.

- PROGRAMME OF PUBLIC SCHOOL-Seminary Tonight

Declamation-Winfield Bell

Declamation-George French

Declamation-Andrew French

Essay-Vica Harrington

Prologue-"Has She Made Him Propose"

William Mitchum-Emma Bell

Dialogue-"Scandal"-Victoria Bell and Luvica Harrington

Dialogue-"Widow's Mistake"-Miss Vic Bell and Miss Vica Harrington

Valedictory-Miss Georgia Thannisch

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April 29-1881-The supper given by Mrs. Tilford's School last Tuesday evening was a good one and was attended with reasonably fair success for the first effort. Mrs. Tilford and the ladies rendered their valuable services to make the occasion a pleasant,one, among whom we might mention Misses Lulu Lee, Vica Harrington, Paulina Borth and Alice Clark deserves vast credit for the manner in which they conducted the affair.

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June 10, 1881-We inadvertently failed to say last week that Misses Vica Harrington, Lula Clark, Hattie Bell and Lula Lee who devoted part of the day making collections for missionary purposes succeeded well.

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[NI02924] 17 February 1641. Leonard Calvert Esq. demandeth 5000 acres of land due by Conditions of Plantations for transporting 25 avle men into the Province of Virginia about 1637.
Source: Barbara Parsons

[NI02930] Colonial records of North Carolina Vol. XXV Page 189-Jury man in Bertie Preceinct in 1723.
Source: Barbara Parsons

[NI02932] Tombstone inscription: In Memory of Birt Harrington born August 17, 1790, in
Union District, South Carolina, died April 17, 1860, La Grange, Texas. Aged
69 years and 8 months.

[NI02949] One of the sons of Charles and Agnes Hill Harrington born in 1752 in St. Bartholomew Parish, two miles south of Pittsboro, Chatham County, N.C., where he was raised. He enlisted in the Revolutionary War and died in 1828. He served in the Commissary Department during the war. he was in two battles. One the battle in the Horse Shoe in the northern part of Moore County on Deep River, under Colonel Philip Alston, surrendered to David Fanning, paroled the next day and allowed to go home on account of his wife having a young baby. The hous in the Horse Shoe, afterwards calle "Retreat" in which he fought is still standing. Documentary authority for the above is as follows: Service, Vol. 10 Book 14, Hillsboro Treasury Office, October 3, 1785. State Records, Census 1790 and records in Chatham County land deeds, Book G., Page 210. Land grants to Sion Harrington, head of family, Book C., P 23. Chatham County records Book W., P 204. Will of Sion Harrington. Dated 8 Oct. 1821, Recorded Augl. 1830 Moore Co. NC. In the Name of God Amen, I, Sion Harrington to Moore county and state of North Carolina being in full possession of reason do make Ordain and publish this my Las Will and testament. Vix. I give and bequeath to my son William D. Harrington a negro Boy Named Billy valued at one Hundred and Fifty Dollara...to my son Charles G. Harrington a negro girl Names Silvia, Valued on hundred Dollars...to Betsey Ann Rodgers and Jessie Turner Rodgers the children of my daughter Nancy Rodger...a nego Girl Named Lavinia, Valued at one Hundred Dollars...That the sum of One Hundred Dollars be deducted from my daughter Nancies part...should I die before by son Charles G. Harrington is twenty years old that two Hundred Dollars out of my Estate be given to him or his Guardians to be Expended in his Education. My Will further is that the remaining part of my Estate not named in this Will be equally divided among my children as to make the Legacys of Each Equal, the receipts in my possession and the Valuation in this Will, will show what Each on have...With the Exceptions of two Hundred Dollars above...to be given to my son Charles and I do Nominate Constitute and Appoint my sons John Harrington and Thomas Harrington executors to this my last Will and testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 8th day of October in the year of our Lord 1821. Sion S. (X) Harrington mark Signed Sealed puclished and declared by the said testator Sion Harrington as for his last Will and testament in present of Neill McNeill, N. Johnson Moore County court Augt. Term 1830. The Will of which the above is a copy was duly proved in open Court by the Oath of Neill McNeill and ordered to be recorded. ONe of the Executors in the Will Named refused to qualify and Other resides out of state Whereupon Admr with the Will Annexed was granted to William Harrington who gave Surety.
Some sources: AL State Dept. of Archives and History, Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama, Boddie, John Bennett, Historical Southern Families, Southside Virginia Families, Brooks, Kathy M., Buffalo Creek Chronicles Vols. 1 and 2. Harrington, Martha, Yesterday; Roberts, Marie Roach, Roach, Roberts, Ridgeway and Allied Families; Letters of John Harrington, grandson of Sion Harrington and Elizabeth Watts; National Society Daughters of American Revolution, Lineage Books; Sons of American Revolutions, Genealogy of Members 1896-1940; Colonial Records of North Carolina, Various Vols.; Marriages of Early Edgecombe County, NC 1733-1868; Abstracts of Deed, Edgecomb Co., NC, 1759-1772.
Source: Barbara Parsons
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Commissioned: Department of the Army
Military service: American Revolution, North Carolina, twice captured by British

[NI02953] Thomas left his farm near St. Paula in Robeson County, NC and struck out for northern Cumberland (now Harnett) County, NC. Thomas was returning to the vivinity of his youth, having been reared on a farm near Joesboro in what was then Moore (now Lee) County, NC.

[NI02957] Source: Yesterday by Martha Harrington
In 1859 Charles moved from Moore Co. to Chatham Co.
Married 2nd to Tabitha Cook (no children)
Married 3rd to Eliza Jane Brown Marks. In 1871, before they were married they agreed by deed, that she could dispose of her Marks land.

In 1880, Charles willed to his wife 215 3/4 acres and the children to have land and money.

In 1899 Eliza Jane willed one looking glass with 3 drawers and one cow to her only Harrington child, Charles Cole.

[NI02968] 1767 Lancaster Co, SC --Grant to Drury Harrington
1773 Drury Harrington (and wife, Elizabeth), Parish of St. Mark,
Craven Co., SC, sells to Henry Hudson 100a.
1775 Lancaster Co, SC --Drury Knight Harrington and
Elizabeth his wife sell to John Hudson, Sr.
134 acres granted to Drury in 1774
1787 A resident of Lancaster Co, SC from deed in
Chatham Co, NC--identifies himself as son of
Thomas & Hannah Haynie Harrington, and deeds
his share of personal estate of his uncle
Drury Harrington (b. c1722) to Zachariah Harmon.
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SCMAR, Volume II
Number 1, Winter, 1974
Lancaster County Deed Book A (Continued from Vol. 1, p.192.)

SCMAR, Vol. II, Winter 1974, No. 1, p.46
Pages 239-241. 8 and 9 Sept. 1775. Drury Knight Harrington and Elizabeth his wife of Craven County, S. C., convey to John Hudson Senr of the province and county aforesaid, for —– and for 100 pounds current money, 134 acres of land originally granted 8 July 1774 to Drury arrington (sic), bounded N. E. on Andrew Knox and Adam Thompson, S. on Drury Harrington's land, and west on William Russel's land.


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Pages 235-237. 22 and 23 Oct. 1773. Drury Harrington of the Parish of St. Mark, Craven County, in the Province of South Carolina, Planter, conveys to Henry Hudson of the County and Province aforesaid, for ten shillings and for 100 pounds current money, 100 acres of land originally granted 31 Oct. 1769 to Drury Harrington lying and being in the Parish of St. Mark, Bounded South on John Hudson's land and James Russel's land, North East on Adam Thompson's land, and on all other sides on vacant land.

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Pages 237-239. 8 and 9 Sept. 1775. Drury Harrington of the parish of St. Mark, Craven County, Province of South Carolina, planter, conveys to John Hudson of the County and Province aforesaid, for —– and for 100 pounds, 66 acres of land originally granted to Drury Harrington 8 July 1774 in St. Marks parish and bounded NorthEast on John Hudson and James Russell's land, South on David Russell's land, West on Lewis Clark's and vacant lands, and North on William Russell's land.

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[NI02975] (98-454) Soldier of the War of 1812; Came to Hickman abt. 1809, bro. of Dempsey, Robert and Drury.
Source: FAmily Records from Spence's History of Hickman Co., Tenn Page 50

[NI02978] It is documented in Philemon's estate papers that Lurany married Younger Neal.

[NI02979] (98-454) Soldier of the War of 1812; came to Hickman abt. 1809, bro. of Drury.
Source: Family Records From Spence's History of Hickman Co., Tenn. Page 50

[NI02980] came to Hickman Co., TN about 1809. Can't establish wherther he is the same Robert Harrington that married Sallie Anderson and was father of Dr. A.L. Harrington.
Source: Family Records From Spence's History of Hickman Co., Tenn. Page 50

[NI02986] Wilson Co., TN Guardianships

name of heirs; guardians name; guardian's securities; when appointed; when released

Nancy KEEN; Henry KEEN; Thos. A. LUCKETT, Higdon HARRINGTON; Sep. 1835

[NI02987] John Harrington, son of Thomas Harrington, and Mary/Sarah Whitmel b. ca 1719

John Harrington’s grandchildren were named in the land records when the Harrington family was settling the estate of "Uncle Drewry Harrington."

His widow Mary Rogers Harrington married 2nd after John’s death in 1747/49 in Anson Co., N.C. to John Colson..

Children of John Harrington and Mary Rogers were:

Elizabeth Harrington b. abt 1741
Agnes Harrington b. abt 1743
Whitmel Harrington b. abt 1746
Charles Harrington b abt 1747
Source Anson Co. Deed bk 1 p 69 10/17 1750 died on plantation where they were living, No will found.
Mary Rogers is often confused as being a daughter to Thomas Harrington and Mary/Sarah Whitmell Harrington instead of a daughter-in law.

Children of John Colson and Mary Rogers Harrington (Widow of above John Harrington)

Joseph Coleson
William Colson d. aft 7 Feb 1736 , Bertie Prect. N.C.
Abraham Colson
Sarah Colson md Mr Lundy
Susannah Colson
John Coleson Jr
Sources: deed 4789 Vol 15 part 22 p174-Joseph Colson of Anson Co., N.C. assigned Philamon Harrington attny. for " Uncle Drury Harrington estate." Will of Wm Coleson names brothers and sisters. N. C. wills p 96 John Taylor a Legatee of John Coleson mentions John Coleson Jr, so there is a Jr.; Jacob Collson (deed witness, lived in Bertie Co., 1771; susannah Coleson, John Coleson, thomas Blunt, and thomas Whitmel Extores, Wit: Edward Collins & Mary, deed Bertie Co. N.C. F368

Death date also listed as 19 June –has to be later, he is the 2nd husband to Mary Rogers, and her first Husband John Harrington died abt 1749.

SOURCE: Barbara McGhee - June 15, 2001

[NI02989] John - 21 Feb.1820 / 25 Mar. 1877 - born in Mooresville and
married Evalina Russell in Oct. 1849. He was a member
of the firm of E.J. Russell & Co. according to the
obituary in the local paper.

[NI03014] Harrington, Philomon
State: Tennessee Year: 1850
County: Hickman Roll:
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 4
Image:

[NI03015]

Harrington, Dempsey A.
State: Tennessee Year: 1850
County: Hickman Roll:
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 14
Image:

[NI03053] SCMAR, Vol. II, Winter 1974, No. 1, p.31
Married on Tuesday Evening, February 24th, in Newberry Village, by the Rev. Mr. Saml P. Pressly, Dr. James H. Wilson, to Miss Elizabeth F. Harrington, eldest daughter of Y. J. Harrington, Esq (Mar. 13, 1829).

[NI03060] Nancy married James in 1843 according to a marriage notice. His obit 8 years later listed 7 children, so I am assuming he had a first wife. In 1850, Nancy had one child living with her that was 8 years old which may also have been his first wife's. The obit doesn't list a first wife. Is the marriage date wrong. For now I've listed the children as not hers.

[NI03061] There is a lawyer named James A. Pope age 34 in 1850 in a lunatic asylum in Richland. This may be him as his wife is living back with her parents in 1850.
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Marriage and Death Notices from Baptist Newspapers of South Carolina 1835-1865

Death of James Alexander Pope, Esq., the fourth son of Capt. Sampson Pope, late of Edgefield, died in Columbia on Friday, 13th June…born 1 August 1814…married the fourth daughter of G. J. Harrington, Esq., now his widow… His father died in 1829…of four sons, three have died. Only remains his youngest son Lt. Charles W. Pope, late of the Palmetto regiment. Of six lovely daughters, three have been called away; only three remain, Mrs. Helen O'Neall, Mrs. Mary S. Nancy, and Miss Susan Pope.…

[NI03097] Harrington, Nancy
State: Tennessee Year: 1850
County: Hickman Roll:
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 0
Image:

Age: 69 Birth State: NC

Month: JUN Cause of Death: TYPHOID FVR

[NI03132] enlisted July 1862 at age 62 Co. G. 63rd Regiment. Wounded 2 Apr. 1865 at Petersburg in the left arm. Died May 18, 1865 from wounds and exhaustion.

[NI03136] CSA: Co. I 41st Regiment. Enlisted Feb. 1862 at age 21. Horse killed at Budkeye May 28, 1864

[NI03139] Not on 1850 census with this family. She is listed on 1880 census as Molly Cross with some Harringtons living with her. Relationship for these Harringtons is "Other". I'm not sure she is really a Harrington.

[NI03225] CSA-Co I 41st Regiment. Enlisted Feb. 1862 at age 18. Entered General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond VA July 30, 1864 for measles. Applied for pension Feb. 1923 at age 77
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American Civil War Soldiers Recordinfo
about William H. R. Cross
Name: William H. R. Cross ,
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 12 February 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Unit Numbers: 76 76 76
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 12 February 1862 at the age of 18
Enlisted in Company I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment North Carolina on 12 February 1862.
On rolls on 21 October 1864 (Estimated date)
Transferred Company I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment North Carolina on 21 October 1864
Transferred in Company G, 63rd , 5th Cavalry Regiment North Carolina on 21 October 1864.

[NI03228] Listed as Willie C. in 1930 Census
wife is listed as Myrtie
son listed as Joy

[NI03304] 1930 - went by Phil A. Harrington

[NI03335] Died after giving birth to still born son. Was isck with convulsions and became unconcious before the birth. Son Edwin (2 yrs old) was also dangerously ill at the hospital in Raleigh at the same time.

[NI03354] ????
Pg. 92B - Nov., 1784
JAMES PARHAM, pay unto ANN YARBOROUGH, 3 pounds for the expenses of her laying in also 5 pounds per annum for the term of Seven years having entered into bond with CHARLES HARRINGTON, for the performance of the same.

[NI03362] PETTY - Deed Bk. B. 1775-1783

pg. 399, Jan 15, 1780
James Petty and Martha his wife sell to Roger Griffith, for 4000 pds, two tracts of land adjoining, on Robersons Creek, joins James George, Thomas
roberson, Ambrose George, James Pettys old Survey and Ambrose Petty
James Petty Jr.
Martha (R) Petty
Wit:
Drury Harrington
Whitmill (X) Harrington

Deed Bk. C

[NI03431] There was two copies of old records, both were a bit on the hard side to
read, so don't know what quality we'll get scanning or copying.
Sometimes the copies come out better. We'll cross our fingers. There is
no doubt that Robert Barclay and Sarah McKinza received a licences to be
married. Robert even paid $200 for the privilege. Apparently she was
under age to be married on her own as lo and behold there was a consent
included. Her birth date being 23 Dec. 1808 would have made her slightly
over 17 on 1 Feb. 1826. That was the second copy in the envelope. It
was weirdly written, but quite obviously a consent from both Lacy McKinza
and Nancy McKinza. It appears that Robert signed for himself and whoever
signed the consent signed for both Lacy and Nancy. Lacy and Nancy
McKinza could possibly be McKinzia, but Sarah's appears to be McKinza.
Wish I'd gone ahead and gotten Clarrissa's also just to compare the
names. However, I was told it wasn't an original like this one so it
could have been misread in transcribing.

Well, just thought I'd let y'all know for certain about this being our
folks, without a doubt.

Vinton



Around 1826, The Walter Barclay family began activities than culminated in all of them moving to east Texas within ten years. First, Walter and the older sons went to Texas to look it over. Then they went back for their families. Sons Robert and Anderson were married and had some children by that time. Robert's wife was Sarah McKinsey and Anderson's wife was Sara Prathor. David, John and William were not yet married and and David and John married Tyler County girls. David Married Jane Enloe, and John married Louisa Jane Priutt. William was killed in the later US War with Mexico and had not married. James was a teen-ager. Later he married Virginia Ann Foster. Jeremiah-Todd and Milton were children. Later on, Jerry married Elizabeth Rigsby and Milton was unmarried at the time of his early death in his middle thirties. Daughters Mary "Polly" married James Beven, and Louisa married Humley Jennings, and Nancy married John Deason, later on in Tyler County. Coming from different pointsand at different times they metin east Texas. Robert was the last to come, around 1838. Elizabeth McQueen's brother, Milton, and her sister, Jane McQueen Bean, and several Negro employess, also came to east Texas .
It was a long trip. The Barclays stopped several times a day to read from Elizabeth McQueen's Bible, and pray for guidance.


In Texas


The Barclays arrived in Texas at Nogadoches, and after a short stop, proceded to Town Bluff. There they made their first home on Wolf Creek. After a while, James explored the area that was to become Chester and Mount Hope. He came upon the Alabama Indians at their village at Peach Tree. This encounter began a life long mutual friendship that would affect all of their lives. James is said to have been the first white man to set foot in what was then Menard district and is now Tyler County.

Menard District was Tyler County


Brother Anderson and his wife Sarah Prator, and their children, settled in the area that became Chester and Colmesneil. Brother Robert and his wife Sara McKinsey settled in the area between Chester and Woodville. James and his wife Virginia Foster and their children settled first on the Wheat survey south of Woodville and before Warren, not so far from Village Mills, Spurger and Hillister, but then moved again to the Harmony area. His home, built by the Negro employees and the Alabama Indians, stands today. It has been continuously occupied by descendants to this day and is doubld marked as a historical home. At the time of this writing, the exact locations of the places where the other brothers and sisters made their homes in Tyler county is unknown.
Eventually, Walter and Elizabeth, with their youngest son Milton, moved on to James' extensive property in the Harmony area. Son Jeremiah- Todd married Elizabeth Rigsby, niece of two Foster women who were Barclay wives. They had an infant son before Jerry was shot dead on election day in an unrelated incident in 1850. By that time, brother Robert had died young. His widow married Milton McQueen

Texas Independence


To back track, let us note the service of the Barclay men in the Texas AOR (Army of the Republic). Brothers Anderson, Robert and James, and David, each received a pension of land for participation. Anderson was at the Battle of the Bexar as were other men from the area, under the leadership of Capt Bullock of San Augustine. It was the first battle at the Alamo location at the later city of San Antonio and took place in December of 1835.
The Texicans defeated the Mexican army in a week of fierce house to house combate. The Mexicans returned to Mexico City. President Santa Ana returned the following March leading 4,000 seasoned troops. They were heavily armed and had cannons. Anderson was also at the aftermath of the Battle of San Jacinto. John Barkley was at the Battle of San Jacinto. He is listed on the official roster of Sam Houston's army at that battle.

An account of these Barclays, and their lives and times, many be found in other writing of this writer, Dr Teddy Barclay Pope, by searching the internet for; Barclay, Texas history, Tyler County Texas and other key related words. By arranging the words in different order, different items appear.


One hundred years later


By 1930, there were 800 descendants of these Barclays in east and central Texas. They were instrumental in founding and establlishing the government of the Republic of Texas, the State of Texas, county government, churches, schools, Masonic lodge chapters, and their own farms, their livelihood.

Summary


James and Virginia (Foster) Barclay had eleven children in the Woodville area of Tyler County. Anderson and Sarah (Prator) Barclay had eleven or twelve children and Robert and Sara (McKinsey) Barclay had eight children before he died young, before age forty. Jeremiah-Todd and Elizabeth (Rigsby) Barclay had one son who setted in Falls county. In this same time period there were some other Barclay nephews of Walter Barclay in Texas. They were one or more sons and daughters of Walter's brother Samuel Barkley, and may have been located in central Texas in the area of Falls Co and where the current city of Marlin is located.

Now there have been eight generations of Barclays in Texas and they married into 105 other east Texas families. The trend was toward very large families until the national move toward leaving the farm for the city in the middle of the 1900's, and large families were no longer an economic necessity and an asset.

The Barclays had Barclay reunions in Tyler county until 1967. It was held the second Sunday of July every year. There were so many Barclays that they considered themselves all related and cousins, no matter which of the original brothers or uncles they were descended from. Visitors are reminded that this is the long version of the story and many more names and details are provided in the 50,000 word version. Cousins are encouraged to send information to the writer to add to the long version of the story for distribution in another way.


This paper was compiled by Dr. Teddy L. Barclay Pope and her daughter, Dennise L. Pope, of Texas

[NI03434] Roach, Wilson
State: Tennessee Year: 1830
County: McMinn Roll: _IMAGE
Township: Athens Page: 30
Image:

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ROACH, WILSON
State: TN Year: 1830
County: Hawkins County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 030
Database: TN 1830 Federal Census Index
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War of 1812 Service Records


Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge Misc Roll Box Roll Exct Roll Rec
ROACH WILSON ALLISON'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 176 602

[NI03437] Watt's mother was Clara Pool. She was the daughter of Alice Delila Riley Pool Bourn Barclay and Josh W. Pool. (son of Nancy Duren Pool Frazer and Mr. Pool.) Watt's grandfather and grandmother were Walter Barclay and Mary Jane Mahaffey Barclay. He was the great grandson of Robert Barclay and Sarah McKinsey Barclay and great great grandson of Walter Barclay b. Rowan CO NC 1774 and Elizabeth McQueen Barclay b. 1790 Madison CO Ky. More about these ancestors of Watt Barclay may be found on the Tyler County Census of 1850.

Watt Barclay is of the Robert b. est 1716 - 1723 and Leah Madison Barkley of Rowan County, NC before 1754 strain, called the Robert and Leah Barkley/Barclay of Rowan CO NC strain Robert Barkley of Rowan CO was either the first generation in America from Scotland, or the second or third generation, starting in the Jersey Settlement NJ area and migrating into Jersey Settlement, Rowan CO. NC. Watt was in the fifth generation of Barclays in Texas. His direct ancestor Robert Barclay and Sarah McKinsey Barclay were the last of the Barclay brothers to arrive in Tyler County, around 1838. The first of the brothers, Anderson Barclay, of the Peach Tree MT Hope area, arrived in the late 1820's, when Texas was part of Mexico in the pre republic days.

Family of Origin

Watt Barclay was the seventh and youngest surviving child of Henry F. Barclay and Clara Pool, who made their home in Houston County, Texas. One more child was born to Clara Pool Barclay, a daughter, Nannie Clara Barclay . She was born in 08 Mar 1900, TCT and died in 20 June 1902 , TCT . She is buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery., TCT (She is in the 1900 TCT Census)

Brothers and Sisters

Watt Barclay's sisters and brothers who were the children of Henry F Barclay and Clara Pool were: Martha Jane, Mary Lela, Alice, Laura, Cass Byanker, John Henry Kirby, Will Bower and Nannie Clara. His half brother who was the child of Henry Franklin Barclay and Lee Barclay was Bert Henry Barclay. His half brothers and sisters who were the children of Henry F Barclay and Viola Victoria Light Barclay were Lacy Henry, Eunice and Reagan Mann Barclay. In all, Watt Barclay had eleven brothers and sisters. Watt had some step brothers and sisters who were the children of his step mother Viola. Their father was John Henry Poole. They were: Archie, (Ethel) Ruby, Roy and John Dudley Poole

Extended Family

Watt had some double first cousins that were the children of his father's brother James Walter and his mother's sister Laura Nancy Pool of the MT Zion area who were; Myrtie, Clara, Clyde, Mary, Eula, James Buck, Joshua Walter, Robert, George Willis, Ora, Lora, Louise and Henry Feagin.

Watt had some Barclay aunts and uncles that were also his cousins. They were the Barclay children of his mother Clara Pool's mother, Alice Delila Riley Pool Bourn Barclay, and James "Jim" Barclay of Peach Tree. The Pool children's father was Josh W Pool who died young, before his grandmother married Will Bourn. They were; Laura, Clara, Frances Ludy, and John Riley Pool. The Bourn son, Willis Daniel Bourn's father died of yellow fever before Watt's grandmother married James "Jim" Barclay. The Barclay children of Alice Delila Riley and James "Jim" Barclay were; Josh, Mary Nancy, Ellen, Susan Lela, Hattie, Edna, James Lacy, Ida, Mabel, Charles Franklin, John Henry and Kirby Barclay. There were seventeen in all.

The closest other kin by blood to Watt Barclay and this branch of Barclays were the Pools, the Rileys and the Mahaffeys. Many are buried in MT Zion cemetery. Watt's daughter, Beverly Barclay, donated an additional acre to the MT Zion cemetery after Watt's death.

Houston County
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The Henry Barclay family lived in Houston County while Watt was growing up. Watt's mother Clara died young when Watt was just a few years of age. Watt was given a lot of attention by his older sisters and brothers who lived in Houston County. In adulthood, he said that they helped raise him. He also had step mothers who helped raise him, along with his father. When Watt was a young man, his father, Henry F Barclay, died.

[NI03438] District: Liberty
County: Tyler
Grantee: Jackson Williams
Certificate: 223
Patentee: Milton McQueen
Patent Date: 20 Apr 1854
Patent #: 843
Patent Volume: 8
Acres: 640
Class: Lib. 1st
File: 231

[NI03470] The records state that Joseph Kingsbury "took hold of the covenant of the church in Rosbury".
Source: Kenneth Kingsbury

[NI03516] http://www.rootsweb.com/~arconway/marriages1891_h.htm

Harrington, Dennis 18 Pennington, Mary 18 27DEC1894 I 180

[NI03517] http://www.rootsweb.com/~arconway/marriages1891_h.htm

Harrington, J. W. 20 Poteete, Dora 19 19OCT1897 J 340

[NI03520] http://www.rootsweb.com/~arconway/marriages1891_h.htm

Harrington, E. M. 19 Reid, Lillie 18 22OCT1900 L 115

[NI03521] Stone next to his parents with no dates. Since the on line birth records had no name, this probably was a still born son or one who died shortly after birth...

[NI03526] Note:
Family tradition has it that Van Rensselaer was named after Dutch
overseer of farms in the upstate area of New York.
Note: Occupation: Blacksmith, Locksmith, Farmer and Justice of the Peace.

Source: W.J. Barton - Rootsweb
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Loop, Vanrensselaer, Edwards, Farmer, 154,
Hermon Business Directory - Individuals
From Child's Gazetteer of St. Lawrence County
1873-74

[NI03528] St. Lawrence County Civil War Rosters
106th Infantry, Company K (Captain Alexander Bingham)

Loop, Leman; Private; enrolled Aug 7, 1862 at Edwards

[NI03529]
Form Names of Surviving Soldiers, Name of
Schedule No.1 Sailors, and Marines Regiment Date of Date of Length
LN House# Family# and Widows Rank CO. /Vessel Enlistment Discharge of Service
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Yrs. Mos. Days
1 308 325 Loop, Stillman Private C 20 NY Cav 1 Sept 1864 30 May 1865 8 29
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Colton Business Directory - Individuals
From Child's Gazeteer of St. Lawrence County
1873-74

Loop, Stillman, Colton, Cooper,

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1870 Census of Saint Lawrence County, NY p.46B

9 263 276 Loop Stillman 27 M W Works in B. Tubs Fac NY

[NI03532] Birth listed as 6 10 1848
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stlawgen/MISC/Vital%20Records/1848_russell_birth.HTM

[NI03533] 2-Dec
F
Loop, Unknown
Loop, Van Ranselaer and Clarrissa

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~stlawgen/MISC/Vital%20Records/1850_russell_birth.HTM

[NI03543] Between 1899 and 1975, 54,634 pension applications from impoverished/disabled Confederate veterans and/or their widows, were processed and funded by the state of Texas. To be eligible, the applicant had to prove military service in any branch of the Confederate armed forces, and state-residency since 1880 (they may well have lived in another state at the time of service).

This is a list of all recorded applications by Hays county residents. It is *not* an inclusive list of all veterans who ever resided in the county. They may have resided elsewhere at the time of service and/or enlistment. In the case of widow's pensions, the name of the husband is given, as well as his pension number, if his application was not filed in Hays county.


Connelly, John Larkin (Mrs) 30307 Husband: John Larkin Connelly

[NI03551] DOB in family Bible

There is a Caswell County will for George Connally

There may be a third son Thomas.


I have a Thomas Connally who married Irene Horn. The only information I have on them is a son, Lorenzo Dow Connally born 1835 died 1908. He married in 1861 to Nancy Jane Christopher. I have picture on them. There children are: not in order: John T. Connally, David Leander (Bud) Connally, William S. (Will) Connally, Mary Lou Ann Connally, James Elbert Connally, and Amanda E. Connally.
John T. Connally b.1863 d. 1942 married Nannie White.
David Leander Connally b.1865 d. 1945 married
Lesie Cox, Mary Goff, and Lula Brower.
William S. Connally b.1867 d. 1960 married
Viola B., and Julie F. Scott
Mary Lou Ann Connally b.1869 d. 1945 married Hezekiah T. Goff
James Elbert Connally b.1874 d. ? married Maggie Faulkner
Amanda E. Connally b.1876 d. 1980 married Jessie Wheatley. Amanda was 104 years old.
When William S. Connally was a young man, he almost drown crossing Dry Creek near Juno in Henderson Co. Tenn. He lost his horse but succeeded in getting his buggy out. I have the original news paper clipping.
Does anyone have connections with any of the above? I don"t know where Thomas Connally came from but his son Lorenzo was born in Tenn.
Marilyn Bailey Lott
nunt@usit.net

[NI03589] Sources:
Abbrev: Packard.ged - 1999
Title: Packard.GED file imported on 25 Apr 1999.
Publication: arthur@cyberhighway.net
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Lathams.ged 1980 - 2000
Title: Latham/Bullard/Mathis.ged 1980 updated regularly - last update 31 13Dec 1999
Author: Donald Robert Latham, 91 Shady Lane, Amelia, Ohio 45102
Publication: lathamdrlatham91@aol.com
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Packard, The Desendents of Samuel, 1871
Title: A Packard geneology
Author: Rev Theophilus Packard, 1871
Publication: 1871
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Edson/Latham/Maddox.ged -1996
Author: CMaddox@aol.com 1996
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Bridgwater, History of, Mitchell, 1840
Title: History of Bridgewater in Plymouth Co. including an extensive family
register.
Author: Naham Mitchel
Publication: 1840
Note: In the library of H. Arthur Packard
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Microfilm
Title: Any information from a microfilm.
Page: Corbin Manuscripts on film # V112-44
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Bridgwater, History of, Mitchell, 1840
Title: History of Bridgewater in Plymouth Co. including an extensive family
register.
Author: Naham Mitchel
Publication: 1840
Note: In the library of H. Arthur Packard
Page: Page 255.
Quality: 2
Abbrev: Packard, The Desendents of Samuel, 1871
Title: A Packard geneology
Author: Rev Theophilus Packard, 1871
Publication: 1871
Abbrev: Microfilm
Title: Any information from a microfilm.
Page: Corbin Manuscripts on film # V112-44
Abbrev: Bridgwater, History of, Mitchell, 1840
Title: History of Bridgewater in Plymouth Co. including an extensive family
register.
Author: Naham Mitchel
Publication: 1840
Note: In the library of H. Arthur Packard
Abbrev: Packard.ged - 1999
Title: Packard.GED file imported on 25 Apr 1999.
Publication: arthur@cyberhighway.net
Abbrev: Lathams.ged 1980 - 2000
Title: Latham/Bullard/Mathis.ged 1980 updated regularly - last update 31 13Dec 1999
Author: Donald Robert Latham, 91 Shady Lane, Amelia, Ohio 45102
Publication: lathamdrlatham91@aol.com
Abbrev: Edson/Latham/Maddox.ged -1996
Author: CMaddox@aol.com 1996

[NI03633] Migration:
Michigan
Colorado
California
Florida
California

[NI03644] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Alonzo PACKARD Self M Male W 40 VT Farmer NH NH
Mary E. PACKARD Wife M Female W 34 VT Keeping House NH NH
Freddie A. PACKARD Son S Male W 9 VT VT VT
Charles E. PACKARD Son S Male W 4 VT VT VT
Charles H. EVANS Other S Male W 23 VT Laborer VT VT


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Source Information:
Census Place Rockingham, Windham, Vermont
Family History Library Film 1255349
NA Film Number T9-1349
Page Number 484D

[NI03652] Descendant of Francis Cooke, a Mayflower Pilgrim

[NI03659] died at age 5 of bronchitis

[NI03660] cause of death consumption

[NI03662] Raised by Grandparents in Huntsville, Texas

"Throughout
my childhood I attended the Weldon homecoming every year. I can
still remember the obvious love and effection everyone felt for
each other. All the ladies would bring covered dishes, we would
eat, sing and everyone would catch up on the "family news". Then
everyone, even the kids, would clean the burial sites of our
parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Years and years
of cherished memories were relived. I can still feel the many
emotions that were experienced in all in one precious day.

As everyone left at the end of the day, there was an unspoken
agreement that we would gather again next year to love and share
unless the death of a loved one brought us together sooner. I so
deeply cherish the memories of all those hugs, kisses, pinches and
pats. I can still smell the "Old Spice" aftershave, "VO5 hair
dressing", chewing tobacco and snuff. I feel truly blessed to have
those childhood memories to look back on.

I guess you are wondering who on earth I am. I am one of your
relatives somewhere down the line.


My name is Cindy Stendebach. I am the daughter of Jackie Wyndel
Hyde. My grandparents were Archie Hyde and Alma Gardner Hyde. My
great grandparents were Jeff Gardner and Maggie Harrington
Gardner. My great great grandparents were Albert Harrington and
Mahala Johnston Harrington.

I was raised by my grandmother, Alma Hyde. We lived in Huntsville
with my great grandparents, Jeff and Maggie Gardner."

[NI03718] William Alexander ALLISON, b. 22 June 1861; d. 12 Oct. 1933, Johnson City, Washington co., Tenn., of Cancer of Prostrate; buried Monte Vista Cemetery) Johnson City, Tenn.; m. 3 Nov. 1891, Asheville, Buncombe co,, N. Carolina, to Ida Ruemma BRYSON, dau/ of John Wilkerson BRYSON 9 Nancy Adaline (Adalee) MURRAY. She was b. 12 May 1866, Buncombe co, N. Carolina; d. 3 Feb. 1935, Johnson City, Washington co, Tenn., of Tuberculosis. She is also buried Monte Vista Cemetery. Wm. Alex. was a brick mason and carpenter, like his father. Children: John Franklin, Grace Camoleon, Ruth Cordelia, Ralph Alexander.

[NI03720] She was crippled and hung herself in the barn

[NI03726] never married

[NI03728] Their next door neighbor was Louvenia Maine (that's probably where her middle name came from)

[NI03731] Information taken from letter from W.A. Allison on sheet at W.C. Moody's home on RUSSELL family from Edna Davenport. Also in Edna Davenport's book on Allison family.
ALSO
According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athens Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334

copy of Estate settlement listing children of Joseph (?) Russell's children and then "Heirs of Joseph Hooker Russell".
Note by Joseph (?) Russell's name: "Supposition is that he and/or parents were from Ireland"
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The Frederick County Fee Book signed by the Sheriff, Meredith Helm, dated Jan 17, 1754---- James Wood, Clk of Court provided a list of 502 heads of families, along with fee assessments totaling 66,451 pounds of tobacco. This list is very important to researchers, because it gives a type of "census of families" just before the mass emigration from Frederick County brought about by the French and Indian War.
Although these are technically public records, they have been out of the public domain, and "lost" in time for 240 years. I, as an individual, have no plans to publish these rare and valuable records, because they do not belong to me. But, it is my opinion that these records will be published sooner or later by the appropriate and cognizant society, library, agency, or individual, whenever that is determined. This will not occur overnight, but these records are too valuable to remain in seclusion. I will keep you posted with whatever information is available to me. I am aware of the tremendous interest by family and local historians. In the meantime, a few selected data bits are presented below.
The largest assessments were:
William Russell (2 accounts) 767 pounds

Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vafreder/fredbook.htm#The%20Frederick%20County%20Fee
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List of Letters Remaining in Post Office Winchester:March 12, 1792.

WM. RUSSEL, WINCHESTER
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Frederick County Archives....
James Russell, 850 acres surveyed 11 November 1735 (claims unde Jost
Hite), survey Nos. 9, 10.

[NI03732] According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334

According to Larry Russell "Robert married and settled in shepardstown Va had 1 son named John and he had one son named Samuel and 3 daughters (Farmington, Marshall Co TN)

[NI03733] According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334
According to this letterl Joe went to sea when a youth and was never heard from again

[NI03734] According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334
According to this letter "James left Winchester VA and went to Indiana with William Hooker who married Jane".

[NI03737] According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334
According to this letter, John G. when a youth went to Kentucky, married in that state and moved to and settled in Giles Co. TN. 2 of his sons, James and William were some 12 or 15 years ago residing in or near Springfield MO.

We have him listed as John "Gillespie" in Allison family records but it makes more sense that he would be named Golaspy which was his mother's maiden name.
According to letter/form attached to "Heirs of Joseph H. Russell" John G. lived in Lewisburg, Giles Co. TN. He had 2 daughters and a son. His son Joseph H. His daughter was Jemina.

[NI03739] According to a letter to Mrs. Cora Alford in Savannah TN, written by The "Russell Brothers" from Athen Al Nov 26, 1881. This was sent to Edna Davenport in Pueblo Co 1987 by Larry Russell, PO Box 211, Fayetteville, TN, 37334


According to this letter Samuel married and Settled near Shepardstown VA

[NI03744] One of his daughters?

#385-095 J. A. B. ALLISON to M. A. LOVELESS on AUgust 14, 1883, by T. A. Kerr, MG, at
Guntersville. Bond: J. A. B. Allison and E. B. Moore.

[NI03800] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Lewis SKELTON Self M Male W 31 ALA Laborer SC SC
Mary SKELTON Wife M Female W 28 ALA Keeping House NC SC
Burten SKELTON Son S Male W 10 ALA ALA ALA
Sarah SKELTON Dau S Female W 8 ALA ALA ALA
Chester SKELTON Son S Male W 8M TEX ALA ALA


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Source Information:
Census Place E.D. 88 And 89, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255328
NA Film Number T9-1328
Page Number 43C

[NI03801] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
George ROUNDTREE Self M Male W 52 SC Farmer SC SC
Amanda E. ROUNDTREE Wife M Female W 36 AL Keeping House SC SC
Jef Davis ROUNDTREE Son S Male W 19 AL Works On Farm SC AL
Sarah COX Other S Female W 24 AL AL AL
Robert COX Other S Male W 21 AL Works At Home AL AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Cross Plains, Calhoun, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254005
NA Film Number T9-0005
Page Number 655A

[NI03802] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
George ROUNDTREE Self M Male W 52 SC Farmer SC SC
Amanda E. ROUNDTREE Wife M Female W 36 AL Keeping House SC SC
Jef Davis ROUNDTREE Son S Male W 19 AL Works On Farm SC AL
Sarah COX Other S Female W 24 AL AL AL
Robert COX Other S Male W 21 AL Works At Home AL AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Cross Plains, Calhoun, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254005
NA Film Number T9-0005
Page Number 655A

[NI03814] Upshur County Obit - Mr Ferdinad Cox

Contributed by: Lea Ann Tedford


The Gilmer Daily Mirror: Aug. 13, 1931

MR. F. COX DIED TUESDAY MORNING

Mr. Ferdinad Cox, age 71, died at his home near Pritchett Tuesday morning,
after a short illness having suffered a stroke of paralysis Sunday.

Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at ten o'clock with interment
at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

Mr. Cox was survived by one brother, Welborn Cox' his wife and the following
children, Mrs. John Collins of Oil City, La; A. G. Cox of Pritchett; Forest
Cox and Garland Cox of El Dorado, Ark., and Walter Cox of Broaddus; also two
grandchildren, Mrs. Yates and Mrs. Lawrence.

[NI03841] Obit in Southern Democrat 6-28-1923

[NI03943] Mancy C Cornelius
Age in 1910: 22
Estimated Birth Year: 1887
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1910: CULLMAN, CULLMAN, Alabama
Race: White
Gender: Male
Series: T624
Roll: 10
Part: 1
Page: 2B
Year: 1910


[NI04018] May 1881 - Diary
of Rhoda Spradling Totty

17 Day Bettie and Mollie come I Sewed for Bettie Cap n plowing Pea and Williams hoeing corn the women out in camp heard Josh Gage is at Bens warm and cloudy this evening think it will rain don’t care if it does
[BTM] Dau Bettie Tillman and dau-in-law Mollie (Springer) Totty came over for a visit. Captain had, son, Pea and his hired hand John Williams taking care of the corn. Joshua Gage was the Uncle of Ben Gage, husband of Louisa (Totty) Gage. Joshua Gage was the brother of David Ferdinand GAGE, father of Ben.

[NI04022] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Nancy A. HOOVER Self W Female W 60 IN Keeping House IN IN
Jas. W. FITZGERALD SonL M Male W 22 LA Farming MS MS
Emmily E. FITZGERALD Dau M Female W 19 TX At Home IN IN

Rhoda Spradling Totty Diary
1880

(Nancy's son, Benjamin married Louisa Totty, Rhoda's daughter)

Nov 23 Day Sam Baird come him and the Captain gone to Latties Sallie Johnson come round with a paper Lillie and me subscribed for it Pea went off this morning Said he was going to Gainsville all doing as we please to night.. and now I have I have a good mind to do like old Nancy Hoover
[BTM] Lattie has not been identified in my records, must he must be a neighbor. Sam Baird was the widower of Sarah Sandal (Totty) Baird and brother in law of Capt. F. M. Totty. Sallie Johnson was from District 6, wife of Alex W. Johnson they are listed in HH#90/90, Alex age 67, Sallie age 45, George W., age 21, Margaret A., age 19, Charles T., age 16, Cora E., age 12, Effelee age 7, John R. age 5 and Luler E. age 2. Rhoda mentions doing like old Nancy Hoover. I show Nancy Hoover was married to David Ferdinand GAGE, parents of Ben Gage and mother in law of Louisa (Totty) Gage. Wonder what old Nancy Hoover did?

[NI04023] in 1860 was living with his grandmother next door to his parents

in 1870, he had just married and was living with his parents just down the street from Olivia Cox!

Rhoda Spradling Totty's Diary (1880) Ben's mother-in-law

14 Day Sunday Ben and Louisa Come Frank and Mollie gone to Bourlands Charley and Mary come I was glad To see mary looked So natural I have been feeling badly all day not Sick either some thing going to happen that has not Happened yet
[BTM] Rhoda’s daughter Louisa (Totty) and husband Ben Gage came for a Sunday visit, while Frank and Mollie (Springer) Totty went to visit her sister Bally (Springer) and Sam Bourland. Charley and Mary, ex-boarders of Rhoad and Capt Totty, came by for a visit also

28 Day Sunday get in the wagon Start to meeting get to Bens I get out Stay with Louisa the rest go on I hear Savage preaching to Bens cold to day
[BTM] Rhoda and family on way to Church, but Rhoda stayed with daughter Louisa while the rest of the family go hear Savage preach to Ben, likely on not worshiping God at Church on Sunday, the Lord’s day.
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Benjamin Alton GAGE
Born: Sept 6, 1848 Texas
Died: March 19, 1900: Buried in Old TOTTY Bean Cemetery, Forestburg, Montague Co., TX
He was married to Sarah Louise Totty April 10, 1870. Montague Co., TX
s/o of David Ferdinand and Nancy (Hoover) GAGE
s/o Benjamin Ferdinand and Sarah Elizabeth (Harrell) GAGE
Photo Submitted by TOTTY researcher Shirley Hagemann

[NI04024] in 1860 was living with his grandmother next door to his parents

in 1870 was living with his parents, siblings and brother Benjamin and wife Sarah Totty

[NI04025] in 1860 was living with his grandmother next door to his parents

[NI04033] 1870 Living with parents

[NI04103] Listed on the 1910 census with his parents as Albert E.

[NI04104] Could this be him?
CONE, W. M.
Spouse: ANDERSON, JANIE Marriage Date: 5 Jan 1890
County: Hunt State: TX

[NI04105] RUSSELL, T. N.
Spouse: CONE, ETNA C. Marriage Date: 4 Jul 1886
County: Hunt State: TX

[NI04106] tombstone transcription says I. Lewis Cone.
1930 census says Isack L. or maybe Isach, so I am assuming it is Isaac.

[NI04108] There is a 34 year old Edward Cone that was on the 1910 Census. I believe this to be Calvin as the wife's name and the age are correct"
1910 V 80 SH 176 ED 129
Cone, Edward Age 34
Cone, Allie M. Wife Age 31
Nellie M. Dau Age 6


??????????????
Cone, Edward C View Image Online
Age: 48 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Texas Roll: T625_1820
Race: White Page: 16A

State: Texas ED: 121

County: Hunt Image: 370

Township: Greenville

[NI04109] Originally on the 1880 census his name looks like "Bethel", but I found a Fenner, same age on the 1920 census. Since the 1880 was so illegible, I'm assuming this is the same person. Lists his parents as born in Illinois.

CONE, F. H.
Spouse: LAKEY, MARY J. Marriage Date: 30 Oct 1898
County: Hunt State: TX

[NI04110] There is a tombstone in the Pine Hill Cemetery in Sharon, VT right next to Molly and Seth's that reads"
Mary Hart
Died Aug 2, 1850
Age 60 yrs
I believe this could have been Polly Hart their daughter who was born Aug. 19, 1791. Her age on the tombstone could have been just a guess. The age is almost right. She actually would have been 58. I am going to assume at this time, this tombstone is for their daughter that my previous research just lists as Polly.

[NI04114] Since her father, Jacob Hart, was still in Dedham in 1761, I am assuming she was born in Dedham.

[NI04118] Jacob Hart - Susannah Guild
/
William Hart - Mary Fisher
/
Mary Hart - Samuel Sanger
/
Lucy Sanger - Joshua Crane (#2)
/
Joshua Crane (#3) - Annie Eliza Jose
/
Mary Crane - Edward Frances McClennen
/
Louis McClennen - Dorothy Petrovich
/
Emery McClennen - Barry Schweig

Do you have more details about Jacob Hart? My research on line came to a dead end. Thank you very much.

Best from New Rochelle, NY,
Emery

[NI04121] Middlesex County, Massachusetts Probate Index, 1648-1870


Surname Given Name Location Date Subject Number
Hart Willard Sherborn 1828 Administration 10526
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Massachusetts Census, 1790-1890

Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1810 HART WILLARD Middlesex County MA 192 Sherebourn Federal Population Schedule MA 1810 Federal Census Index MAS1a1469963
1820 HART WILLARD Middlesex County MA 423 Sherebourn Federal Population Schedule MA 1820 Federal Census Index MAS2a557387

[NI04123] Possibility:
Massachusetts Town Marriage Records

HART, Fisher
Marriage Place: Framingham
Spouse: Rhoda Cole
Marriage Date: Mar. 13, 1808
Source: Vital Records of Framingham
Full Text: HART, Fisher and Rhoda Cole, int. Mar. 13, 1808.

Possibility:

War of 1812 Service Records

Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge MISC ROLL-BOX ROLL-EXCT
HART FISHER 3 REG'T (THATCHER'S) MASSACHUSETTS MIL. SERGEANT SERGEANT 93 602


There is a Fisher Hart in Union Maine in 1810, 1820 & 1830 Census'. This could be him. His brother, William also ended up in Union Maine.

[NI04145] no children

[NI04165] no children

[NI04176] widowed by 1880, living with son William and daughters, Abbie, Sarah & Lucy, all unmarried

[NI04177] John M. Thorndike
Male Family


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Event(s):
Birth: 27 SEP 1783 Camden, Knox, Maine

Christening:
Death: 08 APR 1862

Burial:


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Parents:
Father: Paul Thorndike Family
Mother: Bathsheba Emery


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Marriages:
Spouse: Elizabeth Hart Family
Marriage: 20 AUG 1812

[NI04189] no children

[NI04191] Possible - remarried?

Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William HART Self M Male W 46 ME Cabinet Maker ME ME
Amlia HART Wife M Female W 28 ME Keeping House ME ME
Lucy E. HART Dau S Female W 8 ME At School ME ME
Nora E. HART Dau S Female W 4 ME ME ME


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Source Information:
Census Place Union, Knox, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254483
NA Film Number T9-0483
Page Number 282B

[NI04195] unmarried 1880, living in sister's house with parents
unmarried 1903

[NI04202] Grandmother of Fred W. Parker of the firm of Clement, Parker & Co, 53 Devonshire St., Boston, MA by whom these records were furnished in 1902

[NI04210] unmarried

[NI04219] unmarried

[NI04231] 1880 - Living with a Lucy Howe and her husband Alonzo Howe. No relationship stated. Poss. a daughter.

[NI04241] Simon is presumed to have settled near his brother Samuel, and to have been included in 1726 in Stoughton, where, 1729-30 he was surveyor, and 1731 constable. May 3, 1753 he was one of the appraisers of the estate of William at Weymmouth. His presumed, from circumstantial evidence, to have the the father of the children listed.

[NI04246] There is a discrepancy as to who the Patriarch of the Pettee families in the USA actually is/was. As you see in the tree its self, William Petty is given that honor, however the only documentation I have been able to find on this is the Abner Morse genealogy in his writings "A Genealogical Register of the Descendants of Several Ancient Puritans" published by H. W. Dutton & Son, 1859. Also, in the various copies of Abner's work, the surname is shown as both Pitty and Petty thus adding further confusion.

[NI04253] Joseph and his brother, William, bought Lots 2 and 3 (c. 1720) of the original lots issued for Dedham settlers in what eventually became Walpole.
Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 20)

[NI04380] My Aunt Dorothy (Rich and Freds mom) just passed away Friday in Flushing. I could'nt go to the funeral because it was my graduation day.
Elaine Wagonlander
Email
10/26/05

[NI04473] ???
Nettie HICKS
Birth Date: 23 Apr 1885
Death Date: May 1973
Social Security Number: 381-05-9158
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Michigan

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 48420
Localities: Clio, Genesee, Michigan

[NI04478] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Eveline MC ALISTER Self W Female W 60 TN Keeping House VA TN
Anna E. MC ALISTER Dau S Female W 29 AL At Home AL TN
S. Allen MC ALISTER Son S Male W 26 AL Book Keeper AL TN
Sophia A. PATTESON Other S Female W 50 AL At Home TN IRE
Ida RUSSELL Other S Female W 30 AL At Home TN AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Athens, Limestone, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254020
NA Film Number T9-0020
Page Number 428B



Living with Aunt in 1880

[NI04479] William - 28 July 1860 / 21 Dec. 1902 - "Will McAllister
died at the home of Dr. W.J. Hagan where he had come
from his home in Decatur two weeks before. He is
survived by his sister, Mrs. J.D. Hunt, and brother
Al McAllister," stated the local paper.

[NI04484] Source Information:
Census Place Athens, Limestone, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254020
NA Film Number T9-0020
Page Number 424A


Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
E. Jerome RUSSELL Self M Male W 39 AL Merchant TN AL
Zue M. RUSSELL Wife M Female W 32 TN Keeping House TN TN
G. Mitchell RUSSELL Son S Male W 6 AL At School AL TN
Luke RUSSELL Son S Male W 11 AL At School AL TN
Wm. Ward RUSSELL Son S Male W 4 AL At Home AL TN
Zue Ella RUSSELL Dau S Female W 2 AL At Home AL TN
Eliza J. RUSSELL Dau S Female W 1 AL At Home AL TN
Jack KELLY Other S Male B 19 AL Laborer UNKNOWN AL
Sally COOPER Other W Female B 62 TN Cook VA AL
Ella JOHNSON Other S Female B 18 GA House Servant UNKNOWN GA

[NI04487] confined to a wheel chair because of crippling arthritis, Mitch was still an effective businessman.

[NI04492] Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
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Mary Elizabeth FANNING
Sex: F

Event(s):
Birth: 18 Jun 1826
Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts

Parents:
Father: Charles Oramel FANNING
Mother: Fidelia HOLBROOK

[NI04493] ?????
Cottage Grove Cemetery...only Mary F....birthdate right...

Most probably her...1930 census she lists both parents as born in Maine

husband?
ZELCH, JOHN
CertID# 1935-MN-016591
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Mother Maiden Name: not indexed
not indexed
not indexed
Date of Death:
County of Death: 10/24/1935
WASHINGTON


ZELCH, MARY F.
CertID# 1953-MN-005277
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Mother Maiden Name: not indexed
not indexed
not indexed
Date of Death:
County of Death: 12/10/1953
HENNEPIN

ZELCH John b. 1861 d. 1935
ZELCH Mary b. 1869 d. 1953
ZELICH John E. b. 1896 d. 1918


Birth:
Zelch 17 Mar 1896 B - 23 - 11 M John - Mary F
Death:
ZELCH, JOHN EDWIN
CertID# 1918-MN-029873
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Mother Maiden Name: not indexed
not indexed
not indexed
Date of Death:
County of Death: 09/04/1918
RAMSEY

[NI04494] Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
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Charles Oramel FANNING
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 18 Nov 1800
Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts

Parents:
Father: 1) Oramel FANNING
Mother: Sylvia CROFOOT

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WINDSOR MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850

FANNING, Charles 0. of Pittsfield and Fidelia Holbroock of Pittsfield, Mar. 18, 1824,* C.R.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~maberksh/towns/windsor/win-m-am.html

[NI04495] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Tall; medium build; dark brown hair; blue eyes; not married

Listed maternal relative as "nearest"

[NI04496] Living with her son, Harry M. and his wife in 1900. Also with Harry's uncle, George Goodwin. Could her surname be Goodwin? Possbility..

[NI04497] never married as noted on 1930 Census

1930 U.S. Census • Maine • Penobscot • Brewer • ED# 24

[NI04501] Living with daughter, Susan and her husband, Willie Copeland in 1930, Holden Maine
1930 U.S. Census • Maine • Penobscot • Holden • ED# 55

[NI04506] Living with brother Hiram Fisher in 1900 at age 56 - no husband.

Living with brother Thomas J. in 1880 at age 36-not married

Name: Miranda A Hart
Age in 1910: 66
Estimated Birth Year: 1843
Birthplace: Maine
Home in 1910: 3-WD BANGOR, PENOBSCOT, Maine
Race: White
Gender: Female
Series: T624
Roll: 544
Part: 1
Page: 108B
Year: 1910

Brother Leonard living with her, age 79, both listed as single.

never married

[NI04507] He is listed with this family in 1860 & 1870, but he is always listed at the bottom after the younger children. Is this perhaps a relative they are raising or just a coincidence.

[NI04511] George HART
Birth Date: 31 May 1896
Death Date: Nov 1969
Social Security Number: 004-24-3872
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Maine

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 04412
Localities: Brewer, Penobscot, Maine
Possibility*********************************

1930 U.S. Census • Maine • Penobscot • Brewer • ED# 23
lists age of first marriage as 22..confirms this as his second marriage

But he is single in 1917 on his Draft Registration
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

[NI04573] Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
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Charles Edwin FANNING
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 12 Jul 1835
Sand Bank, Oswego, New York

Parents:
Father: Charles Oramel FANNING
Mother: Fidelia HOLBROOK

[NI04577] Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
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Fidelia Holbrook FANNING
Sex: F

Event(s):
Birth: 23 Jun 1834
A...herst, Hancock, Maine

Parents:
Father: Charles Oramel FANNING*
Mother: Fidelia HOLBROOK

[NI04578] Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
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Samuel H HARRIMAN
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 13 Oct 1826
Orland, Hancock, Maine

Parents:
Father: Nathaniel HARRIMAN
Mother: Drusilla SAUNDERS

[NI04580] Poss?

1860 Hawkins County Census
District #8

441 415 Russell Joseph M 36 M
" Annanxa 34 F
" John 16 M
" William 13 M
" Sallie L 10 F
" Calvin 7 F
" Mary C 5 F
Briggs?Biggs Malvina 19 F
Russell Joseph W 1 M

[NI04582] James Russell was my great great grandfather. He was born 30 May 1810 in
Tennessee and died 29 September 1889 in Greene County, Missouri. He married
Martha who was born 3 November 1814 in Tennessee and died 31 January 1904 in
Greene County, MO. They are buried in Dodson cemetery which is one half mile
south of U. S. Highway 60 on Highway NN on the southeast side of Springfield,
Missouri. They migrated from Giles County, TN to Greene County, MO in 1843.
They had nine children
Source: Elaine Russell ercoff@aol.com

[NI04618] Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#

1840 PRESTON MOSES Windsor County VT 331 Sharon Federal Population Schedule VT 1840 Federal Census Index VTS4a2099249
1850 PRESTON MOSES Windsor County VT 043 Sharon Federal Population Schedule VT 1850 Federal Census Index VTS6a2318432
1860 PRESTON MOSES Windsor County VT 305 Sharon Federal Population Schedule VT 1860 Federal Census Index VT40666688

[NI04623] unmarried at age 35, living with parents

[NI04626] lost track of him after 1860

[NI04628] Jacob Ellis is listed on Tax Lists from Oct. 17, 1721 in Dedham

[NI04630] Shows up on Dedham Tax Lists beginning 1726 in the east end of town.
Source: Early Records of Dedham Massachusetts 1737-1766 Vol. 7 (Norwood Printing Company, 1968)
Page 42
"March ye 17, 1739/40 Cap Ezra Morse Took ye Oath of Constable in ye room of his Son John Morse Chosen by ye Town wch was approved by ye vote of ye Town at their Annual Meeting."

Page 287
"Dec. 1, 1761
John Mors(e) Informs that he has taken in to his House upon the Nineteenth of Novr. Last Abigail Lowell Junr. & Mary Lowell, Late of Boston."

[NI04635] ancestor?

English Origins of American Colonists, p. English Origins of AMERICAN COLONISTS
[p.1] CLUES FROM ENGLISH ARCHIVES CONTRIBUTORY TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY.
BY J. HENRY LEA AND J. R. HUTCHINSON.
page 15
I MARY CONY of Boston, co. Lincoln, widow, being weake in body. To my reverent and deare brother Mr John Cotton of New England the sum of twentie shillings, and also to my sister Cotton and my sister Makepeace twentie shillings apeece as a small testimonie of my endeared love and affection towards them. To John and Elizabeth Hawcrid, the children of my late brother Samuel Hawcrid, (sic) £3 apiece at 21. Mary wife of my son Samuel Cony my best tabby gowne and peticoate. Anne daughter of my son John Cony my best wrought cushion. Elizabeth Hawcridge (sic) one paire of redd curtains. Hannah Simpson my servant 40s. Cousin Adlard Pury 20s. Cousin Doctor Tuck-ney 20s. Mr Naylor and Mr Anderson 20s. each. Residuary legatees and executors, sons Samuel and John Cony. Dated 29 April, 1652. Witnesses: John Cony, Elizabeth Hadocke. Proved 23 May, 1653, by the executors named. (P.C.C. Brent, 88.)

[NI04636] Taught school in 1772 in Walpole at Philip Barden's house.
Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 103)

[NI04641] Source: Early Records of Dedham Massachussetts 1737-1766 (Norwood Printing Co. 1968)
March 14, 1750/51
Page 194
"...for Mending and keeping in Good repair the Seaveral Roads and ways in the Town, Which are as follow:...
To Aaron Guild, Walpole Road from Walpole Line to the Old Post-Road by John Cob's, The Way by Benj: Fairbanks, The Way by Evenr: Deans junr., & The Way by Jacob Harts, ..."

[NI04743] Name: Copp, Samuel
Township: Walpole
County: Norfolk
State: Massachusetts
Year: 1800
Roll: M32_18
Page: 46
Image: 30

[NI04802] "...., is the Clark-Copeland tomb at the Holden Center Cemetery. Nathan Clark conceived the idea of its construction, and approached other relatives regarding the matter. He is quoted as prefacing his argument with the words, "I don't want dirt thrown in my face." However, he did suffer that indignity, since he died before the tomb was completed and was temporarily buried. Those originally interred here were Lemuel Copeland, his wife, Ascha Hart; their daughter, Caroline Copeland Fogg; Nathan Clark: his wife, Nancy Hart; and George Copeland. The remains of the latter were removed years later to Biddeford. The tomb, permanently sealed, is privately owned and maintained. The deed to the land on which it is located is in the possession of the descendents."

Source: Brewer-Orrington-Holden-Eddington History and Families by Mildred N. Thayer and Mrs. Edward A. Ames Pabe 276-277

[NI04827] Not in father's will

[NI04838] Mentioned in Walpole Town Records on March 7, 1727 (Paid for work done) Samll Shears

Source: A History of Walpole, Mas by Isaac Newton Lewis - 1999 - Walpole Historical Society (Page 73)

[NI04929] possible real surname is Clayton. One of her daughters has is listed as such on her death certificate.
Or Clayton could be George's first wife, Fannie.
Don't know whether the 3 children are Fannie's or Jennie's.

[NI05013] Possibly Raina Gwendolynn b. 6 26 1989

[NI05017] California GLP/BLM Land Patents
#050663
Arey, Ralph J. Modoc, CACAAA
10/29/1906

[NI05026] living with brother and wife-never married
1930 U.S. Census • Maine • Penobscot • Holden • ED# 55

[NI05028] George Jarvis Hart living with this family 1920 (second cousin to Charles)

[NI05031] Family member stated that he died when he was hit by a drunk driver on his way home from the airport after serving in WWII.

[NI05080] Second, I'd like to supply the "Unknown Combs"
information and was wondering which is the best way to
do that. What format would you prefer? I can simply
send an email, a Word document, or a gedcom file
(although I've never done that before so it might take
a few tries!).

Here's an overview of my direct line:
Emma Stanley (1866-1949) m. John H Combs (c 1870-1949)
They had seven children: Charles Daniel, Vicky Alma,
Joseph, John Larkin, Janie Sue, Almon Parker, and Owen
Lee. All born in Pritchett, except for Owen who was
born in Gilmer.

Almon (aka Andy; 1903-1986) is my paternal
grandfather. He married Adele C Andreason
(1914-1965), of Galveston, TX. They lived there for
the rest of their lives; and had three children:
Twins John (1940-1993) and James Combs (1940-1986);
and a daughter, Alma Jendell (1948-1996).

John is my father. I have one older brother, John (b.
1965); I was born in 1971. My aunt and uncle had 6
children between them, 5 are still living.

Well, please let me know the best way to get you this
information. I'm glad to share! And I'm interested
to know when the next family reunion will be. I'd
LOVE to get back to Texas for one.

Hope to hear from you soon,
Kim Combs Elkins
Denver, CO
(originally Santa Fe, TX)
kelkins71@yahoo.com

[NI05088] r

[NI05103] His birth place is listed both as PA and IL in differenct records. Since they both occur repeatedly I am assuming that he was born in PA, but moved to IL at a young age.

[NI05105] never married

[NI05106] Grace Elinor Billwiller born California
dob March 6, 1888
dod July 12, 1966
father George A. Fleming born Illinois
mother Jennie L. Clayton born California
spouse Widow
informant James L. Billwiller (no relationship given)
burial Oak Hill
place of death Serra Medical Hospital
cause of death Congestive Heart Failure, Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease


The only different information on the marriage cert had to do with Grace.
On her marriage cert her father was listed as being from Pennsylvania while
her death cert says Illinois and her mother is listed on her death cert as
being Jennie Clayton while on the marriage cert she is listed as Jennie Hart
********************************************************************************************************
Grace Billwiller Dies; Weatherman's Widow

Mrs. Grace E. Billwiller, 78 year-old San Jose native and widow of this city's official weatherman of 21 years, died yesterday in a hospital here of a heart ailment.

Her husband, Ernest O. (Ernie) Billwiller, died here in 1964.

Mrs. Billwiller made her home at 1516 Newport Ave. It was her lifelong residence. She was the daughter of an early day San Jose settler, George A. Fleming, who came to this city in 1875 from Illinois.

A product of local schools, Mrs. Billwiller was a member of Chapter CA of the PEO Sisterhood, the Contemporary Arts Club of San Jose and had been a member of the board of the YWCA.

She was the mother of James L. Billwiller, dean of instruction at San Francisco City College.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Willow Glen Mortuary, with interment in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Source: San Jose Mercury, Wednesday, July 13, 1966, page 60.

[NI05107] Ernest Oswald Billwiller (couldn't read where born)
dob August 23 ? (couldn't read the year)
dod May 12, 1964
father Charles J. Billwiller born Switzerland
mother Henrietta Steinhauser born New York
spouse Grace Billwiller
informant (can't read)
burial Oak Hill Cemetery
place of death Residence
cause of death Myocardial Infarction
occupation Civil Engineer
(I can request a better copy to be made on my next trip if you want)

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BILLWILLER - At rest in San Jose, May 12, 1964, Ernest O. Billwiller, devoted husband of Grace Fleming Billwiller of San Jose; loving father of James Lawrence Billwiller of San Francisco; and loving brother of paul W. Billwiller, Alberta, Canada. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y.; age 78 years.

Private family funeral services were held Wednesday, May 13, at the Willow Glen Mortuary, 1039 Lincoln Ave., San Jose.

Source: San Jose Mercury, Thursday, May 14, 1964, page 46Z

[NI05108] NEW YORK SOCIAL BLUE BOOK--1930

(Names & Addresses of Prominent Residents)


Billwiller, Mr. Chas. J., 194 Riverside dr.,
Miss Billwiller
Mr. Charles J. Billwiller, Jr.
Mr. Ernest O. Billwiller
Mr. Paul W. Billwiller


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Brooklyn, New York Directories, 1888-1890
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year
Charles J. Billwiller importer 31 Walker N. Y. 77 Morton Brooklyn NY 1889, 1890
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New York City Directory, 1890


Billwiller Charles J. embds. 33 Walker, h 77 Morton, B'klyn
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Billwiller John W. embds. 33 Walker, h France
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Billwiller Brothers, embds, 33 Walker

[NI05110] I have an index card for a George Fleming buying land and building a house in Carmel in 1912 - the house is now occupied by George's grandson - a major donor to our library! Unfortunately, I think both he and his wife are deceased.

dsallee@hm-lib.org



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San Francisco City College

http://www.ccsf.cc.ca.us

BILLWILLER SCHOLARSHIP
The Billwiller Scholar program was established in 2000 through a bequest from the Jack and Prim Billwiller estate. James Lawrence Billwiller began his career at City College of San Francisco in 1946 as an English instructor. He later served as English Department Chairperson and as Dean of Instruction. Jack was a beloved man and distinguished administrator. He was very creative and hard working and inspired the same in those with whom he worked. Jack was an early champion of the use of computers in education. Much of the College's success with its current use of computers has its roots in the Jack's pioneering spirit. Primrose Sandiford Billwiller was owner of a bookstore in Seattle in the 1920's and editor for various publications. Throughout his career, Jack was an enthusiastic supporter and advocate for the City College's library and its services to students. Jack and Prim were life long thinkers and learners. They retired to Carmel, California and were active participants in Carmel's Arts community.

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1994 Phone and Address Directory has 1 match(es) for:
Billwiller in United States

Name Address City State Phone Number

J L BILLWILLER MONTEREY CA (408) 624-1071

[NI05112] The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), the leading technical society of professionals associated with the Canadian minerals and materials industry, has 11,000 members from industry, government and academia who are dedicated to the discovery, production, utilization and economics of minerals, metals and petroleum. Thousands more are also involved as CIM Branch members all across Canada. CIM periodicals also reach 2,000 other subscribers across the world in various universities and libraries.

AWARDS
Fifty Year Club
Past Winners (1990 - 1997)


1995
Paul W. Billwiller, JM’45, M’49
***************************************************

BILLWILLER, Paul Werner; 87; Kelowna BC; Vanc Sun; 2001-4-12; mumtaz

[NI05114] St. Paul's School
Concord, NH 03301

Lost Alumni (listed alphabetically)


Form of 1951
Mr. Charles J. Billwiller III
********************************************************
The MIT Alumni/ae Association
Class of 1955

Mr Charles J Billwiller III NO ADDRESS

[NI05183] is in 1870 Arkansas County, AR Census


Arkansas Census, 1819-70
Viewing records 1-2 of 2 Matches



ROWSEY, WASHINGTON
State: AR Year: 1870
County: Arkansas County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Old River Township Page: 062
Database: AR 1870 Federal Census Index


[NI05209] Went down to the States with Ethel and Manuel with people they worked for.

ELIZABETH DORT Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 118-42-6533 Residence: 12523 Elizaville, Columbia, NY
Born 13 Mar 1908 Last Benefit:
Died Jul 1985 Issued: NY (1967)

In 1930, living with Fred's parents (Alfonse & Elsie) and his brother, Leo, In Queens, NY with daughter Ethel

1930 census she states her father was French Canadian and her mother was English Canadian

[NI05210] Although all census information lists this family as white, family descendants say that Fred was full blooded Cree. The family story is that Elsie was sick of living up north (Hudson's Bay) and piled the boys and her possessions into a canoe and went all the way down to NY and settled in Queens. I'm not sure this is true or when it happened. Elsie and her husband, Albert or Alphonse, were listed on the 1910 census of Queens with the 2 boys. It showed their birthplace as Canada, and Fred's as MA, and Leo's as CT. One census also shows their immigration dates differently, 1887 for Alphonse and 1893 for Elsie. Now these dates were very hard to read, so they are subject to error. The only way this story can be true is if the Blanchards were in the States (where the boys were born), then moved back up after 1910 and back down again before 1920 where they are again in the NY census. After 1920, they probably wouldn't have canoed down and the boys would have been in their late teens, so it's doubtful she would have "packed them up". Still researching this story with descendants. Liza's brother Fred Antoine's memoirs states that "Fred Blanchard's mother was Cree and his father was Cree/French. They built a boat and travelled all the way down from the Hudson's Bay to the States. She navigated it." No mention of children. Maybe that means they left before the children were born, which would make a little more sense with the census.

Fred met Liza Antoine when she was living with her sister, Ethel, in Mt. Kiscko, NY and working as a housemaid. They married and moved in with his parents in Queens (1930 census). Family story says that after ?? children, they were visiting her sister and he met and, eventually, ran off with the new housemaid at the Newman household. No one ever heard from him again.

From a web page
"Flanking the Ojibwe on the north and west were the Cree who also occupied an immense area. They lived on the southern perimeter of Hudson Bay, living as far north as Churchill"

[NI05211] THOMAS DORT Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 051-12-7113 Residence: 12523 Elizaville, Columbia, NY
Born 30 May 1903 Last Benefit:
Died Nov 1965 Issued: NY (Before 1951)

[NI05296] Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John M. RUSSELL Self M Male W 41 AL Tax Collector TN AL
Elizabeth J. RUSSELL Wife M Female W 32 AL Keeping House NC IN
Sarah E. RUSSELL Dau S Female W 13 AL At School AL AL
John P. RUSSELL Son S Male W 9 AL At School AL AL
Fanny T. RUSSELL Dau S Female W 6 AL AL AL
Emily BAILEY Other S Female MU 30 AL Cook And Washer AL AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Athens, Limestone, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254020
NA Film Number T9-0020
Page Number 424B

[NI05298] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William B. RUSSELL Self S Male W 28 AL Grocer TN AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Athens, Limestone, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254020
NA Film Number T9-0020
Page Number 428B

[NI05299] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Thomas A. RUSSELL Self S Male W 25 AL Bookkeeper TN AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Athens, Limestone, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254020
NA Film Number T9-0020
Page Number 424B

[NI05308] Tennessee Marriages, 1851-1900
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WILSON, HENRY
Spouse: RUSSELL, IDA Marriage Date: 19 Sep 1889
County: Hawkins State: TN

[NI05309] From: Nancy Lambert
Worked for Southern Railway Express, Bristol. Flora and Bill had a boarding house at #108 Moore St. Bristol TN
1880 Hawkins Co TN census: William age 12, servant in household of aunt Mary Frances Russell Webster. page 541/42

1900 W.A. Russell 32, Flora 36, Russell 18, Hue E. 14, Annie 13, Cecil 11, (all born in TN) James Russell 5 b. TN, Charlie 4, Va, Ethel 2 Va, Rodefer, Thomas 26, Tn (boarder), Bryson, Henry 20 MO boarder, McCormick, Thomas boarder, Fawbush, George 36 Tn, Fawbush, Wm 42, Arnold, Jane 26, Va Cook.

1910 Census Bristol City Va. ED007, visit 0119, W.A. Russell 44 Tn, Flora 45 TN step-son Rex Davis 28 Tn, Cecil Davis 21 Tn, Jas Russell 17 Tn Charles Russell 15 Va, Ethel Russell, 12 Va, Robert Ferguson 21 VA Boarder, Bessie Snalling, 17 w. TN servant.

1920 Wash DC Vol 10 ED 143, sheet 2 line 99, 113 NW H. street. W.A. Russell 53, Flora 55, James A. 26, TN garage mechanic, Charles W. 23 Va garage Mechanic, William A. Davis, Grson, 12, WV Cecil Davis grson 11, WV.

[NI05311] RUSSELL, JAMES
Spouse: ROACH, LIZZIE Marriage Date: 18 Aug 1889
County: Hawkins State: TN
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Tennessee Census, 1810-91


RUSSELL, JAMES
State: TN Year: 1891
County: Hawkins County Record Type:
Township: Dist. 10 -male Voters- Page: 183
Database: TN 1891 Voters List


There is a 60 yr old James Russell living with his cousins, Nora & Fannie Allison in 1930. I believe it is this James. There is also a Ruth Russell age 30 listed as a cousin. Is this James' second wife or just another cousin? Must be a cousin...she lists herself as single, James lists himself as widowed.
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1880 - Age 9 - His mother was recently widowed and he is living with:
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Kennell JONES Self M Male W 27 TN Farmer TN TN
Nancy E. JONES Wife M Female W 24 TN Keeping House TN TN
James RUSSELL Other S Male W 9 TN TN TN
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[NI05343] Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
David JORDAN Self M Male W 50 AL Farmer NC KY
Martha JORDAN Wife M Female W 40 AL Keeping House VA VA
Elizabeth JORDAN Dau S Female W 23 AL At Home AL AL
Emma JORDAN Dau S Female W 20 AL At Home AL AL
William JORDAN Son S Male W 19 AL On Farm AL AL
Mary E. JORDAN Dau S Female W 16 AL AL AL
John JORDAN Son S Male W 11 AL AL AL
David C. JORDAN Son S Male W 9 AL AL AL
Louisa MC MILLIAN Other S Female W 35 AL Housekeeper --- ---
John KING Other S Male W 17 AL Works On Farm --- ---
James LONG Other S Male W 22 AL Works On Farm GA GA
Caroline JORDAN Other S Female B 25 AL Works On Farm AL ---
Thomas JORDAN Other S Male M 10 AL AL AL
Frances JORDAN Other S Female M 7 AL AL AL
Albert JORDAN Other S Male B 3 AL AL AL


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Source Information:
Census Place Warrenton And Bluff, Marshall, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254024
NA Film Number T9-0024
Page Number 216C

[NI05388] From the Asheville Citizen Obituary Archives (online)

MARY M. QUEEN

WAYNESVILLE - Mary Moody Queen, 75, of 209 Hillview Circle, died Thursday, May 31, 2001, at Haywood Regional Medical Center. She was born in Haywood County to the late William Colonel and Cameleon Allison Moody. She was a member of Maple Grove United Methodist Church where she taught Sunday school for many years. She was also a member of the United Methodist Women. She retired from the Haywood County school system after 30 years of teaching and was a member of the Retired Teachers Association. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Sam Love Queen; one daughter, Rachel McKay and her husband Gary of Waynesville; one son, Joe Sam Queen and his wife Dr. Kate Queen of Waynesville; two sisters, Ruth Long and her husband Don and Ida Cundiff and her husband Richard, all of Ga.; one brother, W.C. Moody and his wife Joann of S.C.; and four grandchildren, David McKay, Heather McKay, Sara Glee Queen and Charlie Queen, all of Waynesville. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at Maple Grove United Methodist Church with the Rev. Mike Shuford officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the services at the church. At other times the family will receive friends at the residence. Memorials may be made to Haywood County Schools Foundation, 1230 N. Main St., Waynesville, NC 28786. Wells Funeral Home of Waynesville is in charge of arrangements.

[NI05391] From the Asheville Citizen Times Online Obituary Archives

WAYNESVILLE - Sam Love Queen Jr., 79, died Thursday, Aug. 22, 2002, at Haywood Regional Medical Center. He was born June 24, 1923, in Waynesville to the late Sam Love Queen Sr. and Glee Clark Queen. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Mary Moody Queen. He was in the Marine Corps, 5th Division, and a recipient of the Purple Heart in the Iwo Jima campaign during World War II. He received his master's degree from the University of Tennessee and was an alumnus of Western Carolina University. He was director emeritus of Folkmoot USA and a retired teacher, farmer and builder. He is survived by his daughter, Rachel Queen McKay and her husband, Gary "Mackie," of Waynesville; son, Joe Sam Queen and his wife, Kate, of Waynesville; sister, Sara Queen Brown of Clyde; brother, J. Richard Queen of Waynesville; and four grandchildren, David McKay, Heather McKay, Sara Glee Queen and Charlie Queen. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Maple Grove Methodist Church with the Rev. Michael Shuford officiating. A fellowship meal will be served in the fellowship hall following the service. Burial will be in the church cemetery with Marine Corps military graveside rites. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at Garrett Funeral Home. At other times the family will be at the home of his son, Joe Sam and Kate Queen, 209 Hillview Circle. Memorial contributions may be made to Folkmoot USA, P.O. Box 658, Waynesville, NC 28786. An online guest registry may be signed at www.legacy.com, sponsored by Garrett Funeral Home.

[NI05453] Ozem Dowst (Sr) of Rye to Aaron Burbank, Rye, 30 acres of land in Epsom, NH which I bought of my brother Samuel.

From Genealogy of the Burbanks in America "Aaron, appears in a pay roll of Capt. Nathan Brown's company at
Newcastle 1776; he is a private and from Epsom, NH; number of
days served, 78; also, mentioned in the same company from
Dec. 7, 1776 to Jan. 7, 1777. In the same company signs a
receipt and is mentioned as "fit to march to Ticonderoga",
1777. "


Aaron Burbank Strafford, Orange, VT 1800

Aaron Burbank Strafford, Orange, VT 1810

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1748 BURBANK (see also Birbank), Aaron, s. Joseph and Sarah, Mar. 20, 1748. Birth Bradford

[NI05455] ?????
Ohio -- The Frontier Part 2

General Moses Cleaveland, a shareholder, and a man of courage and
experience, was selected as superintendent of the Western Reserve
surveying party, He was commissioned on May 12, 1796. Vested in the
General were broad powers to act and transact business, to make
contracts, and to draw on the company treasury as the necessity
required. He was a man of action,and early in June his officers and men
had been organized for the expedition to Schenectady. The surveying
party included; General Moses Cleaveland as superintendent, Augustus
Porter, principal surveyor and deputy superintendent, Seth Pease,
astronomer and surveyor, Amos Spafford, John Milton Holley, Richard M.
Stoddard and Moses Warren as surveyors, Joshua Stow as commissary, and
Theodore Shepard as Physician.
Employees of the company consisted of the following;
Joseph Tinker as boatsman, George Proudfoot, Samuel Forbes, Stephen
Benton, Samuel Hungerford, Samuel Davenport, Amzi Atwater, Elisha Ayres,
Norman Wilcox, George Gooding, Samuel Agnew, David Beard, Titus V.
Munson, Charles Parker, Nathaniel Doan, James Halket, Olney F. Rice,
Samuel Barnes, Daniel Shuley, Joseph M'Intyre, Francis Gray, Amos
Sawtel, Amos Barber, William B. Hall. Asa Mason, Michael Coffin, Thomas
Harris, Timothy Dunham, Shadrach Benham, Wareham Shepard, John Briant,
Joseph Landon, Ezekiel Morly, Luke Hachet, James Hamilton, John Lock,
and Stephen Burbank.

[NI05458] In 1850, three sons, Aaron, Asa and Thomas were all living in Polk, Oregon. They had all married in Kane County, IL in the 1840's.

[NI05459] ????could be...

Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Aaron S. BURBANK Self W Male W 68 MA Keeps Boarding House MA MA
Lucian V. PINNEY SisterL M Female W 28 CT Publisher Winsted Prin CT CT
Augusta C. PINNEY Dau M Female W 29 CT Works Printing Office MA MA
Arthur BURNETT Other S Male W 21 NY Machinist ENG NY
Ellen MORTIN Other M Female W 29 ENG Servant ENG ENG

[NI05461] BURBANK, AARON LASKLEY, SABRINA 05/09/1846 / 657 KANE Illinois

[NI05462] ????
Illinois

BURBANK, THOMAS JR DAVIS, SARAH JANE 02/20/1844 00A/ 00000155 DU PAGE


Burbank, Thomas L. 1881 Estate Multnomah Genealogical 0803 (Oregon State Index)

[NI05463] BURBANK, ASA HILL, EMILY 10/28/1842 / 341 KANE IllinoisOregon Historical Records Index Detail Information


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Case# 0419
Name Burbank, Asa
Date 1873
Record Type Estate
County Multnomah
Source Genealogical

[NI05468] KIMBALL, LUTHER M BURBANK, LAVILLA T 12/24/1845 / 604 KANE
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Lake County Circuit Court Case Files Index, 1840–1898
CASE # PLAINTIFF DEFENDANT DATE


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A1327 MORSE, HENRY KIMBALL, LAVILLA, ET AL. 06/03/1879

[NI05469] Hart Russell 12/11/1897 1897 78 Fairview Cemetery
From Moffat County Genweb
http://www.rootsweb.com/~comoffat/ObitsH.htm
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ALSO: OBIT

Hart, Russell
Died December 11,1897
Age 78. Fairview Cemetery, Craig Ref. Craig Courier, Sat. December 18,1897. The funeral of Russell Hart, who died last Saturday, occurred last Monday from the Christian church, Elder J.L. Ellis conducting the services. The deceased was the father of William, Frank and James Hart of William's Forks and came from Minnesota to make his home with them about a year ago. Mr. Hart had reached the ripe age of 78 years, a great portion of his career having been spent in the west, he was one of Colorado's pioneers and saw this great state grow from a frontier territory to its present advanced stage of development.
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HART, RUSSEL RATCLIFF, LYDIA ANN (D/O ROBERT) MC HENRY 04/05/1854 A/ 33

http://cyberdriveillinois.com/cgi-bin/archives/marriage.s

From the "History of West Routt County, Colorado" p. 219
"apparently like many others circa 1870-90, the Harts could not resist the call to move wesward, because the record shows Russell Hart and family firnst moved from Minnesota to Grinnill, Iowa. In 1878, Russell took his three sons and drove 50 head of cattle and horses to Colorado. Grandfather William, who was 16 at the time, told how the Iroquois Indians stole their horses, compounding their already abundant problems. Upon arrival in Colorado, Russell took up a homestead on Beaver Creek near Borgen Park in the foothills west of Denver and raised cattle. A few years later they crossed over the Rockies to the western slope. They homesteaded on Williams Fork 16 miles south of Craig on Waddle, which joins Hart Creek on what was my grandfather's ranch. The ranch is now owned by Halbert Tuttle.

A shotr time later, Lydis Ann's brother George Ratcliff and his wife Mary settled on the ranch just to the north of the Hart Ranch on Waddle Creek. George and Mary Ratcliff's children were Bob, Vivian, Roy, Chris and Elijah. All have passed away, but I knew each personally at one time or another.

Russell Hart died at age 78 on December 11, 1897, and is buried in the Fairview Cemetery in Craig, CO. William returned to Iowa for his mother Lydia Ann. After Lydia's death, she was buried near two other graves that hold a Mrs. Carr and a Mrs. Buckner, a black woman. The burial site is about 2 1/2 miles east of the old Pagoda Store alongside Highway 317, Routt County Road 42. A barbed wire fence surround the graves. They are marked with rustic boards that bear their names.
By Clyde E. Kelly"

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Wisconsin Land Records
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HART, RUSSELL
Land Office: ASHLAND Sequence #: 1
Document Number: 26306 Total Acres: 40
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: June 01, 1858
Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: Yes Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Remarks: RALASKI HART AND FALASKI HART

Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 NWSE 4TH PM - 1831 MINNESOTA/WISCONSIN No 11 N 6 E 22


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In 1850, Russell was living with his cousin, Thomas Burbank, Jr. in Polk County, OR along with a David Cook

In 1849 this listing for Polk County...could be him

HART, R. 2 m 21+, 2 m -21, 2 f (Polk p. 10)

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Hart, Russell
Died December 11,1897
Age 78. Fairview Cemetery, Craig Ref. Craig Courier, Sat. December 18,1897. The funeral of Russell Hart, who died last Saturday, occurred last Monday from the Christian church, Elder J.L. Ellis conducting the services. The deceased was the father of William, Frank and James Hart of William's Forks and came from Minnesota to make his home with them about a year ago. Mr. Hart had reached the ripe age of 78 years, a great portion of his career having been spent in the west, he was one of Colorado's pioneers and saw this great state grow from a frontier territory to its present advanced stage of development.

[NI05470] Buckner-Hart Gravesites

This is a small cemetery with only two graves. They are Sally Buckner and Lydia Ann Hart. Sally Buckner was reported to be a black lady. We do not have dates of death for either of these women. It has been reported that there was a third grave at this site. It is possible a Mrs. Carr or Card was also buried here and may have been moved.

In an article printed in the Craig Courier Jan. 1, 1925, written by Mrs. Robert Ratcliff, there are references to these graves. "Thirty-four years ago (1891) a school was built just above Pagoda. Mrs. Brown was the first teacher, Miss Rosella Johnson, the second, and the pupils were: Vivian Ratcliff, Nora Turner, Sadie Turner, Eathel Deal, Jesse Card and Albert Buckner (a negro boy).... Two graves (Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Buckner) are near it. The students kept fresh flowers on those graves all summer long, for many years." Little has been found on the Buckner family.

Russell Hart was born Apr. 2, 1820 and died Feb. 11, 1897. He married Lydia Ann Ratcliff and had five children, two of which died in infancy. Apparently like many others, the Harts could not resist the call to move westward. Records show that Russell Hart and family moved from Minnesota to Grinill, Iowa. In 1878, Russell took his three sons and drove fifty head of cattle and horses to Colorado. They homesteaded on Beaver Creek west of Denver. A few years later they moved to the western slope and homesteaded on Waddle Creek in the Williams Fork area. Note: In the article mentioned above it also states that: "Mr. Wadsworth and W.S. Deal and family arrived on the Williams Fork August 20, 1886. Mrs. Hart and sons, W.W. Hart and James Hart, located the same week about six miles up Waddle Creek." After Lydia's death about 1893-1894, she was buried near two other graves that hold a Mrs. "Carr" and a Mrs. "Buckley".

Land records show that this area was deeded from W.S. Bennett to Geo. Alfred Haron in 1897. A Geo. D. Heron got a home stead exemption on forty acres in 1909. There are two patent entries for Heron, one in 1937 and the other in 1938. Heron sold to James Crawford in 1947, he in turn sold to L. Wyman in 1959. This site probably laid within the property, but as the road was developed it is now on the County Right-of-Way for Routt County Road 29.

ROUTT COUNTY CEMETERY: #RT017
COLORADO HISTORICAL SITE: #5RT795
LOCATION: 30 ft South of Routt County Road 29
BURIALS: 2 burials with 0 inscribed stones
CONDITION: 10 ft X 18 ft in poor condition, enclosed with a metal fence, sign in fair condition
USGS QUAD MAP: PAGODA, COLO. 7.5 1971; UTM 13; 295580 mE 4466180 mN
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T4N R89W 6th PM; NE4, NW4, NE4, NE4 SEC 17

http://www.yampavalley.info/history3060856.asp

[NI05476] Death Record Online verified mother's maiden name as Ratcliff

[NI05477] Probably the grandson living with his Grandmother, Mary Radcliff in Pleasant Grove in 1880. Listed as C.F. Hart, age 19 born in CO....

[NI05480] Military Troops and Taxpayer List: [From Goodspeed 1889]

James Hughes
Samuel Hughes
Sam P. Hughes
Sam P. Hughes, Jr. (C)
William Hughes


Ecclesiastical: [From Goodspeed 1889]

Among the preachers named on the marriage record of 1856-60 ... Samuel Hughes (father or son?)

[NI05488] Roster of Men and Women Who Served in The World War From Colorado 1917-1918
Moffat County


Given Name: Clyde
Surname: Hart
Rank: Corporal
Branch: Infantry
Place: Craig

[NI05489] Metcalf Family
Records, 1783-1827
Mss: 1
1785-1824
M588

Historical Note:

Captain Pelatiah Metcalf, son of Pelatiah and Hepzibah (Mann) Metcalf was born June 24, 1744 in Wrentham, Massachusetts. As an adult, he settled in Royalston where he built a saw mill and established a potash business. These ventures secured his place as a prominent citizen of the town. He married Lydia Eastey (or Estey) on June 22, 1770. Captain Metcalf died on October 19, 1807.

Jacob M. Metcalf, son of Pelatiah and Lydia (Estey) Metcalf, was born June 7, 1785 in Royalston. He married (1) Charlotte Prescott, September 15, 1807; (2) Nancy A. Thomas, April 16, 1845; and (3) Mary L. Gay, August 22, 1848. He and his first wife had four children. He died April 21, 1859 at the family homestead, "Under the Hill", where he lived his entire life. Much of Jacob's livelihood depended on shoemaking. Isaac Metcalf, also son of Pelatiah and Lydia, was born February 3, 1783 in Royalston. He acquired some education and was a very successful teacher in Royalston as well as the surrounding towns and Boston. In 1810, he bought a farm north of Royalston Center. Isaac married (1) Lucy Heywood, November 10, 1810; and (2) Anna (Mayo) (Stevens) Rich, March 1, 1821. He and his second wife had four children: (1) Isaac Stevens, b. January 29, 1822; (2) Joseph Mayo, b. July 25, 1823; (3) Lucy Heywood, b. May 20, 1825; and (4) Eliab Wight, b. April 18, 1827. Isaac died in Boston on April 17, 1830.

Scope and Content:

Collections consists of three account books, fourteen sheets of charred remains of account book, and two pages of memorandum book relating to activities and transactions for members of the Metcalf family of Royalston, Massachusetts.

V. 1. Account book, 1803-1809, 1785-1795. Two account books tied together. Front half describes Jacob Metcalf's accounts, 1803-1809; bulk of which are for shoemaking. Names include John Jacobs, Richard Weeks, Asa Walker, Stephen Richardson, Henry Godard, Elisha White and Joshua Doan. Remainder includes Pelatiah Metcalf's accounts, 1785-1795, for tailoring and shoemaking as well as sale of farm labor and produce. Names include Benjamin May, James Dexter, Jacob Estey, Abraham Stockwell, William Crawford, Paul Ellis, Shubal Blanding, David Ellis, and Timothy Richardson.

V.2. Account book, 1792-1806. Pelatiah Metcalf's accounts for tailoring, shoemaking, and sale of farm labor and produce. Names include Ebenezer Blanding, Whitman Jacobs, Joanna Davis, John Davis, Ebenezer Morris, Ephraim Whitney, Nat Bliss, and Ichabod Peck.

V. 3. Account book, 1811-1827. Farm accounts for Isaac Metcalf. In addition, volume includes details of expenses of building house in 1818, list of jurors in Worcester Court in June 1812, a record of the proceedings of a school meeting in the "district under the hill" in 1815, and list of subscribers to Friends of Peace. Index for names ending N-Z on first and second pages. In addition to above, volume contains Account of Beef, Carrots 1823, list of birth dates of Isaac's children, memorandum of planting orchard, Slab Wood, and Sawing/Lumber at Mill, 1817. Names include Isaac Gale, Jr., Polly Norton, Moses Tyler, Captain Daniel Wodbury, Benjamin Eddy, George Fuller, Edward Fuller, Jacob Metcalf, Joseph Estabrook, Major Salmon Godard, Dr. Pelaliah Metcalf, Enoch Metcalf, Deacon Enos Metcalf, Luther Parker, Michael Metcalf, Silas Metcalf, Ephraim Whitney, Daniel Mosman, Samuel Bliss, James Morse, Aaron Grant, Jr., John Chamberlain, Lt. Joseph Jacobs, Asa Walker, Joseph Wheeler, Richard Weeks, Silas Ballou, Stephen Richardson, Benjamin Eddy Fitzwilliam, Aaron Grant, Elijah Walker, Captain Joseph Davis and Benjamin Eddy 3rd.

Box 4. Memorandum pages, 1800-1802. Two sheets of paper with notations of titles of library books from Mr. Lee's and Landlord Jacobs as well as chronological description of seasonal events of nature. Examples are "frogs begin to squeak", "saw a Dandelion", "peach trees in bloom", "heard a whippoorwill", "found a ripe strawberry", "corn begins to silk out", and "found ripe blackberries"; pages contain no notation of author. Also included is a folder containing items removed from Vol. 3 [examples of handwriting and highway tax 1809].

Box 5. Account book pages, 1783-1789. Fourteen charred sheets of paper detailing sale of farm produce, milling of lumber, tailoring and shoemaking transactions by Pelaliah Metcalf. Names include Enos Metcalf, Isaac Estey, Ebenezer Blanding, Whitman Jacobs, Luis Horton, Moses Walker, Simon Chamberlain, Abraham Stockwell, and Eli Jacobs.

NOTE: Microfilm available for Volume 3. (Film number: 805726)

Provenance: Gift of Keyes D. Metcalf, 1972.

Amount: 3 volumes, 2 boxes

Container List: V.1. Account book, 1803-1809, 1785-1795.
V.2. Account book, 1792-1806.
V.3. Account book, 1811-1827.
B.4. Memorandum pages, 1800-1802; items removed from Vol. 3.
B.5. Account book pages, 1783-1789.

Source: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/sfa/metcalffamily.htm

The Metcalf family had been in America for nearly three centuries. Michael Metcalf, who headed the first American generation, was a manufacturer of tapestry at Norwich, England. He arrived in Dedham, Massachusetts, in 1637, having left England because of religious persecution. He was a zealous non-Conformist. He was of the Yorkshire Metcalf family, whose name first appears in 1278, and the descent is traced from a Dane who came to England with King Canute in 1016. Michael Metcalf's service in Dedham included teaching in the first public schoolhouse erected in this country. He married Sarah Elwyn, a daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Elwyn of Hingham, Norfolk County, England. The second generation was represented by Michael Metcalf, who married Mary Fairbanke, daughter of Jonathan Fairbanke, Sr., who built the Fairbanke House at Dedham. In the third generation is Eleazer Metcalf. Michael Metcalf, of the fourth generation, married Abigail Colburn. Peletiah Metcalf, of the fifth generation, married Hepzibah, daughter of Rev. Samuel Mann, who was the first minister of Wrentham. The sixth generation was also headed by Peletiah Metcalf, second child of Peletiah and Hepzibah.

Isaac Metcalf, of the seventh generation, was born at Royalston, Massachusetts, where he was a very successful teacher, both there and in adjacent towns and later in Boston. His first wife was Lucy Heywood. For his second wife he married Anna Mayo (Stevens) Rich, a widow. She was one of the pupils of Isaac Metcalf in Warwick, Massachusetts, when a girl. Isaac and Anna Stevens Metcalf had four children. One of them, the eldest, was Isaac Stevens Metcalf, father of General Metcalf. The youngest of the children was Eliab W. Metcalf, long prominent in business and public affairs in Ohio and father of several sons whose achievements in business, educational and scientific lines have made them famous.

Source: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0022744

[NI05493] As an adult, he settled in Royalston where he built a saw mill and established a potash business. These ventures secured his place as a prominent citizen of the town.

Source: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/sfa/metcalffamily.htm

FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR SOLDIERS

An Alarm Company was enrolled in Colonel Miller's Regiment at Wrentham April 22, 1757, of which Sam'l Day was captain; Benjamin Shepard, Lieutenant; Ebenezer Cowell, ensign; Lemuel Kollock, clerk; John Hancock, Daniel Man, Pelatiah Metcalf, Gamaliel Gerould were sergeants, and Sam'l Fisher and Elisha Harrington were drummers; and there were sixty-four privates. Besides this there was an alarm list of men between the ages of sixteen and sixty years, fifty-two in number, headed by the Rev. Joseph Bean, in which were also the names of Captain Timothy Metcalf, Captain Nathaniel Ware, Captain Jon. Whitney, Lieut. Jos. Fairbanks, Lieut. Ebenezer Cox, Dr. John Druce, Dr. Obediah Blake, and others, some of whom had probably seen service in former conflicts with the enemies of the English.

Source: http://www.kersur.net/~coa/warman.htm
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1790 U. S. Census Population Schedule for Royalston, MA

Peletiah Medcalf 1 - 3 - 2 - 0 - 0 [first column no. is a 1 over a 2 on micro]

[NI05506] According to children's birthplaces it is assumed that Robert & Mary arrived in America 1830-1832 (They are not on the 1830 NY census).
They moved to Illinois between 1841-1843.
They moved to Minnesota (according to land records) by 1861.
Mary is living on her own by 1880, so Roberts death occured between 1861-1880.

[NI05508] In a cemetery book of Winston County it lists a Susan Crawford in the Blackwood Cemetery as a niece of Peter Crawford and daughter of Joseph Crawford who died in 1855. I've researched Joseph and Peter and this is a combined possible scenario:

A Peter Crawford (b. 1757-1761) married an Elizabeth Shelton in Louisa County, VA. This is the only county where I have found a preponderence of Crawfords, so they are possible parents of Peter and Joseph.

Peter was born in VA in 1785.

Then family may have moved to SC since Joseph was born in SC c. 1800 per the 1850 census.

Peter married Elizabeth Loveless in SC c. 1816.

Peter and Elizabeth's first child was born in SC and then 4 more children born in GA starting in 1817.

Joseph married his wife Susan Dupree in 1820 in Macon County, GA

By 1828, Peter had a daughter born in Winston County, Miss.

By 1834, Joseph had a son born in Winston County, Miss. He may have been there earlier.

Both are on the 1850 census of Winston County.

Joseph's daughter died in 1853 and buried in the same cemetery as Peter and his wife and 2 of their children who all died in 1852.

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Crawford, Peter
State: Mississippi Year: 1841
County: Winston Roll:
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 0
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Crawford, Peter
State: Mississippi Year: 1840
County: Winston Roll:
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Crawford, Peter View Image Online
State: Mississippi Year: 1840
County: Winston Roll: M704_219
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 261
Image: 201

[NI05511] Daughter Elizabeth listed mother's birth as AL in 1880
1860 lists Roxanna with her birth as MA?

[NI05521] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John K. LOVIL1 Self M Male W 32 AL Physician --- GA
Mary E. LOVIL2 Wife M Female W 26 AL Keeping House PA SC
Benjamin SCHARDT3 Other Male W 19 OH Servant/Laborer --- ---
John SWINK4 Other Male W 14 AR Servant/Laborer --- ---



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Source Information:
Census Place Matthews, Faulkner, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254043
NA Film Number T9-0043
Page Number 625B

[NI05529] Possibility

Jefferson County Indiana
Marriages
1873-1899
(Books 13 through 18)
Name: Flora B. Senior
Spouse: Green Spotts
Marriage Date: 08 Jan 1879
Book: 14
OSPage: 122
County: Jefferson


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1870 SPOTTS GREEN Monroe County MS 182 Aberdeen Federal Population Schedule MS 1870 Federal Census Index MS30982284

1860 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Morgan > North West Division
Living with 51 year old, Sarah Spotts and siblings

[NI05531] John May Russell, Lula's brother, married a Lillian Hampton. in the 1910 census, the McClendon's have a hired man named Limp Hampton who was 20 years old. This could be a relative.

1920 U.S. Census • Texas • Panola • Precinct 2 • ED# 156
Lula is listed as Marlou V. ???

[NI05542] Single & Living with widowed mother in 1860 Guntersville

[NI05545] Johnson, Allen
Father: Johnson, John Newton Mother: Loveless, Clotilda Matilda
Birth Date: 26 September 1851 City:
County: State: GA
Country: USA


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[NI05548] William Shade born in 1856 in North Carolina. He worked as a laborer in Gadsden according to the 1880 census on the farm of Wendolyn Siebold. He married Marie Thomas (daughter of Owen Thomas)in 1800. They had several children William, Ricahrd,
Litha, Pearl, Bertie Lee.


1880 census
Source Information:
Census Place Township 7, Claysville, Marshall, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254023
NA Film Number T9-0023
Page Number 158B

Windolen SEIBOLD Self M Male W 57 BADEN GERMANY Farming BADEN GERMANY BADEN GERMANY
Eliza SEIBOLD Wife M Female W 40 AL Keeping House AL SC
Charles SEIBOLD Son S Male W 26 AL Laboring BADEN GER. GA
Allen SEIBOLD Son S Male W 24 AL Laboring BADEN GER. ---
Green SEIBOLD Son S Male W 18 AL Laboring BADEN GER. GA
James SEIBOLD Son S Male W 14 AL At School BADEN GER. GA
Logan SEIBOLD Son S Male W 7 AL BADEN GER. AL
William SHADE Other S Male MU 23 NC Laborer --- NC
Darby HENRY Other S Male MU 20 AL Laborer AL AL

[NI05550] ????

Alabama Deaths, 1908-59
Viewing records 1-2 of 2 Matches


Name Death Date Death County Volume Certificate Role Comment Page # Sex Race
Mary (Allen) Seibold Mar 1931 Marshall 14 3 6664
Allen Seibold Apr 1933 Marshall 16 07849 3

[NI05554] LOVELESS, GREEN B.
State: AL Year: 1870
County: Marshall County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Guntersville P.O. Page: 149
Database: AL 1870 Federal Census Index


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Single & Living with mother in Guntersville 1860


Children living with Grandmother in 1880

[NI05560] 1880 - Living next door to son Charles and also living in the home was Grandson C.F. Hart

[NI05562] There is a marriage of a Charles Ratcliff to a Harriet L. Kenyon on 21-Jun-1870 in Fillmore, MN.
This could be this Charles as the his sister, Lydia, was in this county at this time.

[NI05563] 1920 United States Federal Census > Colorado > Moffat > Craig > District 106
Living with nephew, James Hart

[NI05567] ONA KIRKLAND 24 Jun 1903 Aug 1974 35976 (Guntersville, Marshall, AL) (none specified) 422-72-9725 Alab ????

[NI05570] Died June 20, 19?? probably young

[NI05572] Living with son Minor and family in 1920

[NI05573] Living with this family in 1920, Lewis duvall, N age 24 b. Alabama, probably her nephew?

[NI05583] Possibility

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ID: I050
Name: John Wesley" Boog". WILLIAMS , Jr.
Sex: M
Birth: 25 AUG 1881

Father: John Wesley WILLIAMS b: 6 OCT 1855 in Randolph County, Al
Mother: Rachael Ann LOWERY b: 6 AUG 1860

Marriage 1 Cora MCCLENDON

[NI05590]
PA Residents who were FEDERAL PENSIONERS IN 1820 - Not Necessarily from Luzerne County.

" A list of Persons residing in the State of Pennsylvania who have been placed on the Pension Roll of the United States under the Act of Congress of the 18th day of March 1818; showing the rank or capacity in which each served, and made in compliance with a request of the Senate of Pennsylvania."



Michael SPATZ, Marine

[NI05592] SCHNEIDER, CONRAD, Bern.
November 20, 1805 - December 26, 1811.
Mentions having sold son Christopher tract in Windsor and to son
Christopher a tract in Brunswick and tract in Bern whereon I live to
son-in-law Valentine SPATZ in which he has the full share of his wife
Margaretha. Also, Andrew BENDER has received for his wife Catharine her
full share. Remainder as follows:
Andrew BANDER £10.
Valentin SPATZ £5.
Remainder to George SCHNEIDER'S children, Valentine SPATZ'S children
and Christopher SCHNEIDER'S children.
Exrs: Valentin MOSSER and Michael SEYDEL.
Wits: John KAUCHER and William HIESTER.
Translation.

[NI05596] Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Michall SPOTTS Self M Male W 58 PA Farmer PA IRE
Lena SPOTTS Wife M Female W 60 PA Keeping House PA PA
William SPOTTS Son M Male W 26 PA Farmer PA PA
Sarah SPOTTS DauL M Female W 26 PA PA PA
Mary Ann SPOTTS1 GDau S Female W 2 IA PA PA
Sarah SPOTTS2 GDau S Female W 7M IA PA PA

Notes
1MISSING 1
2HCP ENTRY



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Source Information:
Census Place Burr Oak, Mitchell, Iowa
Family History Library Film 1254356
NA Film Number T9-0356
Page Number 423A

[NI05599] This doesn't really jive with the 1880 census, but I think the other children listed here were born earlier in PA. All of these children were born in IL.

Michael Spotts, grandfather of Mrs. Wootten, was born near Lessport, Berks Co., Pa., and later in life went to Union county, where he died at the age of ninety years. His wife was Magdalena Robinson.
Reuben Spotts, son of Michael and the father of Mrs. Wootten, was born near Leesport, and accompanied his parents to Union county. He later moved to South Dakota, where he died. He married Amelia Hassenplug, daughter of Henry Hassenplug, of Mifflinsburg, Union County, and his children were: Margaret A., Mrs. Wootten; Michael, who died in the army; Harriet, m. to Franklin Lusk, of South Dakota; and Charles, who died in Iowa.

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Hamlin Co. SD -- Federal Land Records -- Names "P" - "Z"


SPOTTS CAROLINE C 05 114 N 055 W 022 160 251101 PA 7050 10/14/1891
SPOTTS REUBEN 05 114 N 054 W 019 80 272002 PA 8725 06/28/1888
SPOTTS REUBEN 05 114 N 054 W 019 39.59 272002 PA 8725 06/28/1888
SPOTTS REUBEN 05 114 N 054 W 019 39.65 272002 PA 8725 06/28/1888

[NI05604] Clara was still living with her parents unmarried in 1900 in Littleton, MA.

[NI05605] Horace died Londonderry, NH. Moved to Moretown, VT, then to S. Royalton, VT where he built the house later owned by Dom Blake, moved to Sharon, VT, Keene, NH and then to Londonderry, NH

Source: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/6025/waterman.htm


Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Horace PHELPS Self M Male W 73 VT Farmer CT CT
Lucy S. PHELPS Wife M Female W 63 VT Keeping House MA MA


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Source Information:
Census Place Londonderry, Windham, Vermont
Family History Library Film 1255349
NA Film Number T9-1349
Page Number 413C

[NI05607] Capt.) Bissell Phelps, born 1754, occupation conductor of team
(Capt.): of Waitsfield, VT. Pensioned 23 Apr 1834 at $320 yearly.

Source: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/6025/waterman.htm

[NI05619] CT DAR PATRIOT.

His first deed in Royalton area was 20 Feb 1795 when he purchased 48 acres in Dutch (now District 2) adjoining his son William's 50 acres. He had been in the area since 1790, but not bought land. He was an active Baptist Church member. Both he

and Anne share a black/grey slate tombstone towards the back of the First Branch Cemetery on the right hand side after entering the main gate. He fought in the Revolutionary War while living in Plainfield, Conn.


Source: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/6025/waterman.htm

[NI05630] He and his first wife had four children. He died April 21, 1859 at the family homestead, "Under the Hill", where he lived his entire life. Much of Jacob's livelihood depended on shoemaking.

Source: Metcalf Family Records 1783-1827 http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/sfa/metcalffamily.htm

[NI05634] He acquired some education and was a very successful teacher in Royalston as well as the surrounding towns and Boston. In 1810, he bought a farm north of Royalston Center.

Source: Metcalf Family Records 1783-1827 http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/sfa/metcalffamily.htm

[NI05663] Marr-Marriage Records before 1699 by Clemens BYU CS68.C48. It also shows a
Michell Metcalf married Mary Pidge 13 Jun 1645 in Dedham and Elizabeth
Kingsbury 19 Jul 1672 in Dedham.

INFO-Colonial Families of America Vol III pg. 124. Nickerson examied Apr 8,
1637 prepartory to sailing for America. Michael Metcaft, a fellow passenger from St. Mary, Norwich, England reached Boston, Mass June 20 1637

Also have death as 4 Jun 1684 in Dedham, Norfolk, MA

Source: Dick Say's Genealogy http://members.efortress.com/thesays/dick/pafn46.htm#933

[NI05682] died Dec. 24th (don't know what year) approx 80 years old

lived in a 2 room log cabin on a point just across the water to the southwest of Aspinwall Island.

married late in life and had 10 children.

wife much younger than him

1881 Canadian Census
Ethic-Indigenous
Occupation-Hunter
Born-Quebec
Religion-Roman Catholic

The Ojibwe (Chippewa) occupied a large territory encompassing all the northern shores of Lake Huron and Lake Superior from Georgian Bay to the edge of the prairies. The Algonkin lived in the Ottawa valley.

Notes from Judi Montgomery

"Antoine family supposedly descended from Mohawk tribe--Simon III called his
wife Ada Antoine "Say-gain-ee" which according to Aunt Marie Badour means
"long legs" as in a young deer

Bernie Bedore: I remember a conversation I had with Tommy Sharbot of
Calabogie, Ont. We kept in touch by phone and he and Cecil dropped in here
as I used to call at Tommy's place. Tommy said his mother's father was John
Antoine, a pure Indian who lived for some time at Bedford Mills. Tommy was
proud he was a pure Indian. John Antoine's first family was all girls and
pure Indian. Long Simon Bedore was married to Segaine Antoine, Tommy's
mother's sister. That made Long Simon Tommy's uncle by marriage. John
Antoine's second family had a half Irish/half Scottish mother. If the facts
were laid down on who belonged to the 1st and to the 2nd family, some wives
would be sorted out as to pure Indian and half Indian because a lot of
Antoine women married in that country. Some Indian names of the first
settlement were Antoine, Sharbot, Guigue, Mitchell, Benedict and Beaver.
When you trace Margaret Badour to Joe Bedore, you may find he married an
Antoine or a Sharbot. My grandmother Margaret could have been Long Simon's
sister, I don't know.

Per Fred Antoine, John Antoine was 12 years old when he came to his area
with his father from Oka or Lake of Two Mountains in Quebec. That would
have been 1850-55. They settled at Devil Lake where the first family was
born. When John Antoine left Devil Lake, the family stayed for a while in
the Godfrey area, before moving to Sharbot Lake. Francis Edward Antoine
drowned at Devil Lake.

per Chris Barber in 'Their Enduring Spirit, the History of Frontenac Park',
John Antoine's family lived for many years in the park's immediate area.
John resided on Antoine Point in Devil Lake, just within the northern
boundary of the park. The shadowy indentation of his cabin outline is still
visible today on the point. The movements and relationships of the Antoine
family are complex, and the difficulties in finding information is
exacerbated by the practice in First Nation marriages of the man's taking
the woman's name.

1901 Bedford census lists him as Indian hunter.

per Doris Ayers (letter Dec 1980) John Antoine and his first wife, Sophia
Brown, a Scottish lady, had five daughters. Two of them married
Badour's--Julia married John A Badour (Simon's brother) and Segain married
Simon Badour. Segain's middle name was Ada.

"St George's Lake" school (Kingston Whig Jan 6/1982) = There were Indians
and Negro children among the classmates. The father of one native Canadian
(Eliza Antoine's father) lived to be 109, but looked to be 50.

I have a copy of John Antoine's death certif, Dec 24, 1919 of pneumonia and
heart failure, listing him as a guide, s/o John Antoine and Sophia Brown,
which is obviously an error. Also Charles Antoine d Nov 1919, age abt 40,
Indian trapper & hunter s/o Charles Antoine, mother not listed. Interment
notice from Westport RC for John Joseph Antoine 21 Jan 1883 (which John is
this??), death notice from Newspaper for Frederick Warner Antoine d 4 Feb
1999 age 85, Alfred Antoine died 6 June 1997 age 92 s/o James & Jane
(Bennett), James Edward Antoine Feb 1890-Sept1891 from the Westport RC
records (no parents listed), Ethel d/o John & Lucietia Eliza Antoine,
trapper of Oso Twp b 28 May 1907, bp 17 Aug 1907, Francis Melville s/o John
& Eliza Antoine, farmers of Oso b 6 July 1917, bp 11 Nov 1917, John Arthur
s/o John & Eliza Antoine, Indian of Sharbot Lake b 14 Nov 1915, bp 30 July
1916, birth notes on Julia b 1892 to Celia Antoine, basketmaker of Bedford,
Sank b 1893 to Cecelia Antoine, basketmaker of Bedford, James b 1896 to
James Drader and Maggie Antoine, Catherine b 1894 to Wm Green & Margaret
Antoine. I have a clipping from an old book 'The Oxen and the Axe' , a
collection of stories about the pioneers of Lennox & Addington County which
includes 2 pages on Charlie Antoine 1838-1919 and his son Charlie Jr
1870-1919 around Ashby Lake. Another book (I think The Smiling Wilderness)
has a photo of the same, the younger Charlies standing like he might have
had a stoke at some time, his father hale and healthy, both holding their
shotguns. Historical Glimpses of L&A Co included this bit of info: "The few
descendants of Algonquin Indian families living in the northern townships
when the first settlers arrived were Antoine, Whiteduck and Buckshot."

I have a letter from a fellow researching the Legare/Legary name but cannot
connect them to Sophia. I have a friend, Audrey, who has been researching
Badour and Antoine for years and she is of the opinion that Elizabeth
Baptiste Dufond is the daughter or granddaughter of Chief Jean Baptiste
Keijicomanitou and Madeline Constant, but it is very difficult to find
records on Native families.

END

In 1881, Oso Twp, the Antoines were one of only 2 indigenous families living there. The other family was the Sharbots. Most of the families were Irish with a few German, English & Scots.

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Full record for Antwine, J.
Last Name Antwine
First Name J.
Township Bedford
County Frontenac
Atlas Date 1878

Concession and Lot Lot size
IX, 8 30
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From "Living by the Chase" by Lloyd B. Jones, Epic Press
Pg. 61
The lake of Two Mountains

The Algonquin and Nipissing people who arrived in Bedford had come from a Native settlement called Oka, or Kanesatake, on the north shore of the Ottowas River at the confluence with the St. Lawrence River. That section of the river was nown as the Lake of Two Mountains (Lac des deux Montagnes), which was the name in use by the settlement. In 1721, a village was established with a small population of Iroquois, Huron, Algonquin and Nipissing people for the mutual protection of the Native groups and the nearby community of Montreal. While Ojibwa had driven the Iroquois from southern Ontario and had made peace by 1701, the willingness of the Iroquois south of Lake Ontario to remain at peace is not known.

In 1837, the population of the Lake of Two Mountains comprised 265 Nipissing of all ages, 306 Algonquin, and 320 Iroquois. The Nipissing spoke the Algonquin language and were closely related to them. Both groups were hunters and gatherers (including trapping for fur trading)-for most of the year in the region westward along both sides of the Ottawa River to Lake Nipissing, and northward up the Little River near Nattawa. During May or June, they returned for the summer to their permanent homes in the village of Kanesatake. The regional superintendent of Indian Affairs reported soem of the reasons for returning: ...primarily for religious duties and (to) visit the tombs of their ancestors and receive their majesty's annual bounty to them.
During the winter, except for the old and weak, most of the Algonquin and Nipissing family members were on their hunting grounds. They sent back venison and beaver to those who remained in their log homes. Those who remained made moccasins, baskets, snowhoes and fancy articles for family use and for sale. The splendid birchbark canoe was an Algonquin specialty because they had access to some of the best white birch. They supplies canoes for the fur traders and others. The Southern Algonquin remained hunters, gatherers and fur traders, but did not do a great deal of farming. They traded with the Huron to the west for cornmeal.

....After the War or 1812, settlement increased when many veterans were given lots south of the Ottawa River. Perth was estabished in 1815-16 as a military settlement. In Perth, the Roman Catholic Parish Church, St. John the Baptist, became an important religious centre for Native people from the Lake of Two Mountains, who were apt to be Roman Catholic. Church registers, showing births, marriages and deaths, contain many references to "Indians".

...In 1842, it was possibly the pressure on Algonquin hunting grounds (sold to the British) which forced a small group of Algonquin and Nipissing people from the Lake of Two Mountains to bypass the settled areas of eastern Ontario to look for a place to hunt in the relatively unsettled land of the Frontenac Axis.

[NI05684] Went down to the States with Eliza(beth) and Manuel with people they worked for.

In the 1930 Census she listed herself as born in NY with both her parents born in VT. As I have spoken to her daughter who is living, Fay, she must have fabricated that because she wasn't living legally in the states?
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Ethel d/o John & Lucietia Eliza Antoine,
trapper of Oso Twp b 28 May 1907, bp 17 Aug 1907

info from Judi Montgomery

[NI05690] 1901 Canadian Census states she was born in Germany religion is Presbyterian

[NI05692] Had her when she was young. She was put up for adoption. Found her biological family in 1999 at age 71.

[NI05693] Raised as her brother. Had him when she was young.


This one is Donald Antoine in the army,
the other 1/2 of the photo was his buddy Frank Hollywood. This is from a
collection of my uncles, who was likely the one taking the photo. Don, as
you probably know, b1922 is s/o Lena Antoine who married Ed Wemp. The photo
would have been taken somewhere (overseas or maybe in Sharbot Lake on leave)
during the 2nd War.

[NI05706] Said to have lived near Rice Lake and Devil's Lake, Quebec. Said the old homestead in South Bedford is called Antoine's Point.
Found this web page:
"lake Temiskaming...on the Quebec side near Antoine's Point, a small waterfall flows in cascades through the trees."

[NI05711] Of the Algonumns proper who remained on the St. Lawrence, and who are specifically entitled to that name, but a limited number survive. About the middle of the 17th century, they were reduced to a few villages near Quebec, who were then said to be " wasted, and wasting away under the effects of ardent-spirits". Subsequently, they were collected, by the Catholic Church, into a mission, and settled at the Lake of Two Mountains, on the Utawas or Grand River of Canada, where they have been instructed in various arts, and effectually civilized. There, their descendants still remain. They are a tall, active, shrewd, lithe, energic race. Parties of them have been engaged as voyagers and hunters, within modern times, and led in the prosecution of the fur trade into the remote forests of the north-west. In these positions, they have manifested a decree of energy, hardihood, and skill in the chase, far beyond that possessed by native, unreclaimed tribes. The Algonquin women, at the Lake of Two Mountains, make very ingenious basket and bead work, in which the dyed quills of the porcupine, and various coloured beads of European manufacture, are employed. They also make finger rings out of moose hair, taken from the breast tuft of this animal, in which mottoes or devices are worked. They have melodious soft voices, in chanting the hymns sung at the mission. This tribe is called Odishkuaguma, that is, People-at-the-end-of-the-waters, by the Odjibwas. They were called Adirondacks, by the Six Nations. The term Algonquin, which we derive from the French, is not of certain etymology. It appears at first to have been a nom de guerre, for the particular people, or tribe, whose descendants are now confined to the position at the Lake of Two Mountains. It was early applied to all the tribes of kindred origin. And is now a generic term for a family or primitive stock of tribes in North America, who either speak cognate dialects, or assimilate in the leading principles of their languages.

Family says the Antoines were Chippewan of the Algonquin Nation.
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Francis Edward Antoine was a hunter and trapper. in 1871 census he reports his catch for the year was 400 muskrats, 13 mink, one bear, 24 moose and 20 other animas.
Listed as "Old Antoine" in the Tett accounts.

Above info from a book "Living by the Chase" pgs 77-79
Living By the Chase

# of Pages: 144
Date Published: August 8, 2002
Publisher: Epic

CDN Price: 20.00
US Price: 14.00



Living by the Chase traces the history of nine groups of Native people over 11,000 years in the Crow and Bobs Lakes region.

Lloyd Bernard Jones was born at Crow Lake. He graduated from Queen’s University (B.A. history and politics, and M.Ed.) and the University of Toronto, OISE (Ed.D). He is a retired Superintendent of Education. Lloyd and Barbara Jones live in Stirling, Ontario, and at their cottage on Crow Lake during the summer.
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[NI05712] On the other hand, Mary Edith married John A Badour in Newboro in 1895, the
same year Mary Ada had her first child with Simon. I have no children
listed for Mary Edith and John A. I have looked high and low for her death
certificate, because John A later married her sister Julia Rose Ann (date
unknown) and their first child was born in 1904, which they named Ada Edith,
just to confuse things further. Julia Rose is listed on the death records
(1888-1914) as d/o John Antoine and Sophia Brown, per John A Badour. By the
same token, John Alexander Badour married Annie Guigue (date unknown) and
their first child was born Mar 1913, bp 1917, which is before the death date
for Julia Rose, but since she was 4 yrs at the time of bp, this date could
be off. Or on the other hand, he could have had two wives at the same time.

[NI05721] eldest child

I'm giving her this birthdate because there was a Julia and an Amelia on the 1901 census with John & Elizabeth. No ages or birthdates were given, but Julia must be from his previous marriage and Amelia their first child together. I previously had her as born sometime before 1907.

[NI05722] John Arthur
s/o John & Eliza Antoine, Indian of Sharbot Lake b 14 Nov 1915, bp 30 July
1916

Info from Judy Montgomery


He and his brothers had a band when they were young called the "Corn Huskers". They also made moonshine and passed it around at the dances.

from daughter, Bev Antoine

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My 60-year Love Affair with Sharbot Lake, Part 2 (Peter Rupert) 1947 – As we turned the bend at Brewer Road, I could finally see that Sharbot Lake sign. Going by the Huffman Gas Station and small grocery store (in the house where the sidewalk starts today), we approached the bridge. An old steam engine pulling its load with smoke coming out of its stack was just crossing the causeway. What a sight! There was the east and west lakes. My fantasy dreams of big fish were to be realized at last….The first person we saw at Allen Dock was Arthur Antoine, who greeted my father as an old friend….in those days there was a lot of pressure on the lake because of the volume of fishing that went on daily…..We left the dock and went to the Thompson store (today’s Harvey’s ValuMart) and established our grocery account….I clearly remember guides and fisherman pulling into the dock with stringers of fish…Finally I was in my enchanted fantasy land of Sharbot Lake…..

[NI05723] There is a tombstone for a Frederick Antoine in Parham Cemetery, Hichinbrooke Twp., Frontenac County that shows birth 1913, no death, wife, Antoine, Jessie Neadow 1912-1979.
Possibly this Frederick.

Re: Frederick's Illegitimate son
My grandmother did not want to cause Fred any problems and did not tell anyone who my father was. The only one that she knows knew was Arthur. My father remembers Arthur as a good man. He often took dad in when he was getting too much for his foster family to handle. He taught my father many things as a young child. The closest Fred came to acknowledging my father was a few years before his death, my father met up with him in Stirling. He said hello to him and asked how the family was.

Fred had a hereditary eye condition. He was legally blind when he died. My father inherited the same eye condition. He has been legally blind for many years now.

[NI05724] WEnt down to States with Ethel, Eliza and people they worked for.

MANUEL ANTOINE 05 Mar 1911 Aug 1978 XX953 (U.S. Consulate: CANADA) XX953 (U.S. Consulate: CANADA) 125-09-2673 New York

At age 17 was living with his sister, Ethel Antoine Stevenson in Mt. Kisco, NY
U.S. Federal Census: 1930 • New York • Westchester • Mount Kisco • District 88

[NI05728] second eldest child? Looks older in photo than amelia
Told by family that he was adopted. There is a photo with Leslie in Elizabeth's arms with "Oakley" a child no one knows for sure, but say he was related to Elizabeth, and John Antoine. Where is Amelia? Amelia was on the 1901 census, so I feel pretty sure that he is younger than Amelia.

[NI05765]
Vermont Census, 1790-1860
Viewing records 1-2 of 2 Matches


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1850 JUDD SIMON F. Orange County VT 086 St.Rafford Federal Population Schedule VT 1850 Federal Census Index VTS6a1665601
1860 JUDD SIMON F. Washington County VT 894 Northfield Federal Population Schedule VT 1860 Federal Census Index VT40632956

[NI05766] Ellen, Eugene and Marcellus Noyes stayed with her after their father's death and she remarried.
1870 United States Federal Census > Vermont > Windsor > Sharon

[NI05773]
Vermont Census, 1790-1860
Viewing records 1-3 of 3 Matches


Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1820 TINKHAM ASA Windsor County VT 156 Hartland Federal Population Schedule VT 1820 Federal Census Index VTS2a1258978
1830 TINKHAM ASA Windsor County VT 026 Hartland Federal Population Schedule VT 1830 Federal Census Index VTS3a1855611
1840 TINKHAM ASA Windsor County VT 450 Woodstock Federal Population Schedule VT 1840 Federal Census Index VTS4a2600825

[NI05792] Elizabeth may be Elizabeth Arrington, b. 1733, Isle of Wight, Virginia, daughter of Arthur Arrington and May West.

There was also a Thomas Harrington, b. 1655, Northhampton Co., VA, who married Sarah Mason, daughter of John Mason. Thomas also had a son Thomas who was born circa 1690 in Bertie Co., North Carolina. Thomas died in Northhampton Co., VA, 1744.

[NI05793] Tomas Watts, fourth son of Thomas T. Watts and Elizabeth Harrington were the first Watts to come to North Carolina in 1752 to Orange County, NC. He fought in the Battle of Alamance in 1771.

OFFICERS IN 1772 CHATHAM COUNTY, NC
These Men would not be eligible for Rev. War Patriot designation unless they were in the militia, during the period of the Rev. War also.

Capt. Stephen Poe
Sgt. Green Hill
Lt. Simon Poe

A list of men commanded by Capt. Stephen Poe- List No. 1

Stephen Poe, Capt.
Simon Poe, Lieut.
Benjamin Watt
Drewry Harrington
Sion Harington
Thos. Watts, Jun.
Joshua Petty
Hubird Petty
James Pettey
John Watts
Absolem Pettey




More About THOMAS WATTS:
Military service: 1771, Battle of Alamance

[NI05794]

ii. BENJAMIN WATTS, b. 1748, VA; d. Bef. June 24, 1786, Chatham Co., NC; m. FRANCES TEAGUE, Bef. March 1772, likely in Chatham Co., NC; b. Abt. 1750, Chatham Co., North Carolina; d. Aft. 1800, perhaps in Georgia or Tennessee.

Notes for BENJAMIN WATTS:
Lands transactions and other court actions of Benjamin Watts from Chatham Co., NC, deeds:

Bk. A, p. 21:
Robert Corley & wife, Sarah, of Orange Co. to Benjamin Watts of county aforesaid for 100pds. 210 acres lying in Orange Co. joining Charles Clanton on Robinsons Creek and Robert Rutherford; including plantation whereon said Robert Corley now lives.

Wit: unknown Petty Robert Corley 26 Feb 1771
William Green Sarah (x) Corley


Bk. A, p. 62:
James Ray & wife, Winifrid, to Benjamin Watts for 6pds. 100acres on Robertsons Creek running to the road.

Wit: Zachariah Harmon
JamesRay Feb 1772
Winefrid Ray
(Yes, the book said 6 pounds - I wonder if there was an error from the original)

Bk. A, p.97:
Benjamin Watts & wife, Francis, to William Dillard for 100 pds. 133 acres on Robertsons Creek joining John Landrum.

Wit: Wm. Pettey Benjamin Watts
John Auld Francis Watts
9 Mar 1772

Bk. A, p. 163:
Benjamin Watts & wife, Francis, to John Dillard for 65 pds. 100 acres on Little Creek joining Robertson Creek.

Wit: John Auld Benjamin Watts
1 Feb 1773 Francis Watts

Chatham County Deeds, 1770-82
p. 83 May 14 1774 Benj. Watts to James George....100 a on Robertsons Cr., tract..purchased by Benj. from David Griffen...

Bk. B, p. 23:
Benjamin Watts & wife, Francis, to Robert Rutherford for 40 pounds 78 acres on south side of Robertsons Creek joining back line of survey of land taken up by Robert Corley and the Red Field road.

Wit: Robert Griffith Benjamin Watts 14 Feb 1775
John Berry Frances Watts
William Petty

Bk. B, p. 53:
Nathaniel Jackson to Benjamin Watts 22 pds. money which he stands indebted to Benjamin Watts one certain negro girl slave named Hannah - in trust.

Wit: John Auld
Nathaniel Jackson 31 May 1775

Chatham County Court Minutes, 1774-1779, by Poe Publishers
Interior Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions held...
Second Tuesday in May 1776
Deed from William Teague to Benja. Watts proved by Zach'a Harman.
Deed from Benja. Watts to James George ack'd.

Chatham Co., NC, Deeds, 1770-82
p. 85 29 Jan 1776 Wm. Teague & elner his wife to Benj. Watts, 60 a on the New Garden Rd. to Cape Fair (Fear?) joins Wm. Famals? corner.
Wits. Jachy. Harmon; Hames Ray; Signed Wm (W) Teague
Eleneor (X) Teague

Partition of estate of Benjamin Watts, Chatham Co., North Carolina:

Pg. 82(written #), & next page 82 (stamped) I call 81 a & b
"Agreeable to an order of Court we wherein named are herewith subscribed, being summoned to lay of (off) Franky Beck's part of the negroes which fell to her share of the estate of her Father (Benjamin Watts) dec.'d have laid it off accordingly by to wit. Sam & Patience Nolund (Nowland/Noland ?) to L192.10 ( 192 pounds, 10 shillings) out of which she is to pay the other two orphans Nancy and Becky, twenty pounds with interest from the date, as witness our hand and seal this first day of January 1795.

Test. Zach'h Harman, Sheriff John Mebane{Seal}

Andrew Martin {Seal}
Henry Bray {Seal}
Joseph Bridges {Seal}
John Dorsett {Seal}

This distribution of shares returned

John Jo's Alston {Seal}
at May Court, 1795
William Marsh ? {Seal}
by the Sheriff Zach'h Harmon
Jacob Teague {Seal}
Mark Brooks {Seal}
A Copy
Micajah McGee {Seal}
Test John Ramsey C.C.
Owen Evans {Seal}
Levy Johnson {Seal}

Pg. 55 a & b Chatham Co., Wills and Estate Records Microfilm # 022.50001. This one is from Vol. 1, the previous document was from Vol. 2 of the same film. On 24 June, 1786, Franky Watts signed the inventory of Benj. Watts, dec'd.

pg. 101-103 (Vol. 1) On 10 June 1787 Benj. Watts, estate was sold. There was not a Beck or a Watts, that bought anything from the estate. It was a fairly good sized one. (took 3 pages to list) Pg. 105 ( Vol. 1)On the same date (7 Jan, 1787) The land and slaves were partitioned, by ballot.

The land divided as follows... Beginning at a dogwood on the S. Side of Rocky River, North three degrees W. one hundred poles to a white Oak thence North sixty four degrees East sixty four poles to a Spanish Oak, thence North seventy two degrees East sixty six poles to a hickory, thence South fifty degrees East Eighty Six poles West to a Hickory thence South fifty seven degrees West one hundred and thirty four poles to the River, thence up the River to the first Station including one hundred and forty five acres being one third of the tract of Land &
improvements whereon Benjamin Watts formerly lived.

Frances McDonnell, formerly widow of said Watts took her choice of two negroes
Oston and Luke, valued to L.270.00

Rebeccah Watts - Filis valued at L.150.00
Nancy Watts - Bob valued at L.150.00
Francis Watts - Jean & Benn valued at L.165.00
Total L. 755.00
Jane Watts - Sam & Patience ( is this the Sam & Patience Nolund in the previous document ?) I need to look very carefully with a magnifying glass at that) They are valued at L. 160.00
Mary Siler - Ned and Mary valued at L. 170.00
Elizabeth McDaniel - Arthur & Lewis valued at L. 185.00
Total value of all L.1270.00

It was signed by Matthew Ramsey, James Howard, John Mebane, Roger Griffith, William Vestal, Thomas Ragland, Samuel Stuart, Francis Dorsett, Henry Bray, James Massey, Robert Marsh, Balaam II Thompson.

Chatham Co., NC

CHATHAM COUNTY RECORDS OF ESTATES 1782-1799, 2 VOL.
Microfilm # 022.50001 NC State Archives Film
VOL. 1 [ 1782-1794]
Some of these wills are actually written, as early as 1776 ! I have highlighted the names of actual testators and also the letters LWT (Last Will and Testament)
The pg numbers are my numbers because, some pages have none and the ones assigned by the archives are usually, every other page. So, if you want me to do a look up please use this page, instead of the published will book pg. numbers.
Also, please remember, that some deeds and POA (Power of Attorney) documents have a tremendous amount of family information in them (especially sale of slaves.) Slaves were considered real property, not personal property and were inherited, like real estate. If there was not a disposition of a slave in a
will, then there may be a law suit over the slave's ownership.
Watts, Benjamin - pg. 55ab [Inventory] 24 June 1786
Watts, Benjamin - pg. 105ab [land survey for partition of estate] 8 Jan 1787
Watts, Benjamin - pg. 101b, 102ab, 103a [ acct of estate sale] 8 Jan. 1787

@ Copyright 1998 - Sue Ashby
CHATHAM COUNTY ESTATE RECORDS 1782-1799 ( 2 VOLS.)
Microfilm # 022.50001 - Vol. 2 - 1795-1799
There are a few wills in this microfilm but, not many
I have put the testators names in bold print.
Watts, Benjamin - pg. 81ab,82a[partition of est] 1 Jan. 1795

Pg. 33B - May,, 1783
HANNAH SUTTON be bound unto BENJAMEN WATTS and wife until she arrives to lawfull age to learn the business of Housewifery she now being fifteen years of age.

More About BENJAMIN WATTS:
Deed proven: May 12, 1783, Deed from Adam Ramsower to Wm. Teague proven by Benj Watts, Chatham Co., NC
Land grant: March 31, 1780, 225 acres of land on a branch of Varnal's Creek adj Edward Teague
Purchase of land: January 05, 1785, 175 acres joining Edward Teague
Sale of land: May 14, 1783, Chatham Co., NC, 225 acres of land adjacent to Edward Teague

[NI05795] A walnut tree which grew in the yard of James Watts. It became very large and a strong wind blew it down. One of James' granddaughter's husband, Hamilton Brookshire, took the first cut of the tree and rived some legs from it, as there were few saw mills in those days, and he made a wooden table with wooden pegs. This heirloom was in the family of Wilson D. Brookshires.

Benjamin Watts, oldest son of Thomas Watts and first wife, name not known, married Frances Teague, daughter of Rev. Isaac Teague, Pastor of Sandy Ridge Baptist Church in Chatham Co., N. C. Isaac Teague was a brother to Lurana Teague, who married James Watts. Lurana was wife of the first Watts in Alexander Co., NC.

When James Watts and Lurana came to Wilkes Co., now Alexander Co. in 1796, he received a State Grant for 100 acres of land on Long Branch on March 2, 1803. Also one for 150 acres on Beaver Dam Branch on Dec. 3, 1806. His last domicile was on the west side of Lower Little River overlooking a fertile valley. The first Watts reunion was held near the old home site in 1925. A beautiful spring was at the end of the long table walled with rock 100 years before by James Watts. One of his grandsons, Joseph Watts, was present weighing more than 330 lbs. One of James' great, great, great grandaughters, Mrs. Gladys Kerley, now owns this land at this date, 1966, address Taylorsville, N. C., Route #2. The clan has been holding annual reunions since 1925 at Three Forks Baptist Church, the old burying ground for the clan. There are more than 15,000 direct descendents of James and Lurana. 250 or more buried in this cemetery. It is the oldest community cemetery in Alexander Co., begun in 1800. The first tomb with an epitaph is James Watts', as follows: "Farewell my dear and loving wife, my children and my friends, I hope in Heaven to see you all when all things have their end. "

Orphans - Indentured survants of Chatham Co NC
pg. 111 - Nov., 1777
JAMES WATTS, orphan of THOMAS WATTS dec'd be bound to BENJAMIN WATTS 'till lawfull age being now 16 years old to learn the business of a planter.

[NI05797] The Teagues and Watts of Alexander Co., NC married together.

Frances Teague Watts had remarried to Samuel McDaniel at the time of the sale of Benjamin Watts' estate in June 1787. After Benjamin Watts death, Frances bought property from her father Isaac Teague in August of 1786. The land adjoined that of Fred Siler, Francis Teague and Benjamin Watts.

Rebeccah, Nancy, Frances and Jane Watts were unmarried in 1787. The older girls Mary and Elizabeth were married in 1787.


GEN. PG. PG. NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIED WHEN
Issue follows:
V 2 2 Benjamin Watts ? 1786 Frances Teague ?
V 2 2 James " 1762 1823 Lurana Teague ?
V 2 2 Nellie " ? ? Silar ?
V 2 2 Benjamin Watts, oldest son of Thomas Watts and first
wife, name not known, married Frances Teague, daugh-
ter of Rev. Isaac Teague, Pastor of Sandy Ridge Bapt-
ist Church in Chatham Co., N. C. Isaac Teague was
a brother to Lurana Teague, who married James Watts.
Wife of the first Watts in Alexander Co. Issue follows:
VI 2 2 Frances Watts No other record
VI 2 2 Rebecca " " " "VI 2 2 Nancy " " " "
VI 2 2 James Watts, second son of Thomas Watts and Eliza-
beth Harrington, married Lurana Teague daughter of
William Teague and Elinor Teague, pioneers to what
is now Alexander Co. Issue follows:
VI 2 3 William Watts 12/26, 1780 12/12, 1862 Elizabeth Barnes
2/12, 1808
VI 2 3 Thomas Watts 4/16, 1783 3/26, 1860 Mary Teague 8/25, 1868
VI 2 3 Isaac " 1785 ? Sally Loudermilk ?
VI 2 4 Benjamin " 2/10, 1789 1/1, 1872 1st Mary Dodson ?
2nd Sarah Meadows VI 2 4 Mary " 2/2, 1791 11/4, 1854 John Teague ?
VI 2 4 James " 11/1, 1793 1/9, 1832Rebecca Jones 12/15, 1813
VI 2 2 Nellie " 1794 1804 No issue Age 10 yr.
VI 2 4 Bettie " 1796 ? Andrew Steele ?
VI 2 5 John " 1798 5/16, 1855 Aseneth Steele ?
VI 2 5 Magness " 8/24, 1800 5/27, 18751st Margaret Steele ?
2nd Jane Clodfelter 11/24, 1868
VI 2 5 Moses " 8/10, 1803 9/3, 1859 Celia Laxton ?

[NI05798] When James Watts and Lurana came to Wilkes Co., now Alexander Co. in 1796, he received a State Grant for 100 acres of land on Long Branch on March 2, 1803. He was also granted one for 150 acres on Beaver Dam Branch on Dec. 3, 1806. His last domicile was on the west side of Lower Little River overlooking a fertile valley.

The first Watts reunion was held near the old home site in 1925. A beautiful spring was at the end of the long table walled with rock 100 years before by James Watts. One of his grandsons, Joseph Watts, was present weighing more than 330 lbs.

One of James' great, great, great grandaughters, Mrs. Gladys Kerley, now owns this land at this date, 1966, address Taylorsville, N. C., Route #2. The clan has been holding annual reunions since 1925 at Three Forks Baptist Church, the old burying ground for the clan. There are more than 15,000 direct descendents of James and Lurana. 250 or more buried in this cemetery. It is the oldest community cemetery in Alexander Co., begun in 1800.

The first tomb with an epitaph is James Watts', as follows:
"Farewell my dear and loving wife, my children and my friends, I hope in Heaven to see you all when all things have their end."

This information taken from Bleach Genealogy http://www/bleach.net/genealogy/watts/

[NI05816] Obit taken from "The Reydon Review" 1932.
REV. S.G. FRAIZER DIES SUDDENLY AT DURHAM
The community was shocked to hear S.G. Fraizer, of near Durham had died suddenly Monday morning, March 14th. Bro. Fraizer will be remembered as having conducted a singing class here last summer and only last Sunday helped in the Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held in the Reydon Baptist Church, at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, Brother Wickem, of Durham, preaching the funeral sermon. Interment in the Rankin Cemetery.
The Review joins with the many fiends in heartfelt sympathy for the wife and children and others who mourn the untimely passing of this good man.

[NI05817] IN MEMORY OF:
Viola A. Fraizer born November 8,1890 in Oklahoma. Died June 7, 1987 in Medford, Oregon.
Graveside services, Tuesday, June 9, 1987 at 1:30 P.M. in Memory Gardens Memorial Park, Medford, Oregon. Officiating Clergyman, Mr. George Davis, Church of Christ, Medford, Oregon. Burial in Memory Gardens Memorial Park, Medford, Oregon. Arrangements by, Conger-Morris Funeral Directors, Medford Chapel, Medford, Oregon.

[NI05818] When Thomas was a young lad, about 7 years old, his parents moved the family to Red Oak in the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, from Arkansas. He remembered the Oklahoma Land Rush and it was in Oklahoma that Thomas saw his first train. He never forgot the sight and loved to tell the story all of his life.
Thomas lived in Howe until he married and then moved to Meadow View, Poteau, Oklahoma where he raised his family on a farm there. After retirement he moved back to Howe, near the train tracks, and remained there until his death.

Thomas Cage McCormick and wife Malinda appear on the 1910 Oklahoma Census in LeFlore County, Howe Township, as follows:
Cage T. McCormick age 30 born Arkansas
Malinda " age 27 born Texas
Jerry B. " age 5 born Oklahoma
Delia E. " age 2 born Oklahoma
Charles N. " age 9 mo. born Oklahoma

[NI05819] "When the Civil War broke out, Jeremiah enlisted in the Missouri Cavalry and was taken prisoner of war in a battle. He spent time in a POW camp in Douglas, Illinois. When he was released he met and married Eva Elizabeth Alderson. They returned to Missouri but his family had taken to the Oregon Trail and he was never reunited with them again. He moved his family to Arkansas and had most of the children there. Around 1890, they moved to the Choctaw Nation in the Howe Township (Oklahoma). He died while visiting his daughter in Shawnee in 1928."

Jeremiah Marr McCormick, Co. B. 1st. Mo. Cavalry, Prisoner of War at Military Prison. Captured by forces under Major Gen. W.T. Sherman, Commanding Military Division of the Mississippi and forwarded to Capt. S.E. Jones, A.D. C., Louisville, Kentucky, Oct. 27, 1864.
Date received: Oct. 28, 1864
Where captured: McDonald, Georgia
When captured: Sept. 4, 1864
Where sent: Camp Douglas, Illinois from Nashville, Tennessee
Roll #: 355 Sheet 12
Reg.#: 7 Page 73 Sheet 12
L. Murdock, Copyist

Battles Jeremiah Marr McCormic fought in during the Civil War:
Battle of Blue Mills, Lexington, Sugar Creek, Bentonville, Elks Horn, Farmington, Iuka, Corinth, Bakers Creek, Big Black, Vicksburg, Georgia Campaign. Deserted in the face of the enemy, Sept. 29, 1864.

above taken from: "Heavner and Surrounding Communities 1896-1996" and a copy of his military record.

Upon his release from the pow camp, Jeremiah had to sign an oath that he would not take up arms again, against the United States. It states as follows:
"Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 6th, 1863
TO ALL WHOM IT AY CONCERN, KNOW YE THAT:
I Jerry McCormick, a Private of Co. B, 1st. Reg't, Mo. Cav. Vols. C.S.A., being a prisoner of war, in the hands of the United States Forces, in virtue of the capitulation of the city of Vicksburg and its Garrison, by Lient. Gen. John C. Pemberton, C.S.A. Commanding, on the 4th day of July, 1863, do in pursuance of the terms of said capitulation, give this my solemn parole under oath:
That I will not take up arms again against the United States of America, nor as guard of any prisons, depots or stores nor discharge any duties usually performed by Officers or soldiers against the Unitd States of America, until duly exchanged by the proper authorities."
Sworn to and subscribed at Vicksburg, Miss., the 6th day of July 1863. Taken from a copy of the oath.

History of Co. G. 1st Missouri Cavalry CSA:
"The 1st Missouri Cavalry was enlisted on December 30, 1861 with the majority of men being transferred from the Missouri State Guard. Following the Battle of Pea Ridge it was transferred East of the Mississippi to serve at Vicksburg. When Vicksburg fell on July 4, 1863, the regiment surrendered and immediately paroled. Since it was "declared exchanged" on 12 September 1863 it was able to go back into Confederate service. At some point between September 1863 and May 4, 1865 (final surrender at Meridian, Mississippi), it was consolidated with the 3rd Missouri Cavalry regiment. During its service, the 1st Missouri Cavalry served in: Little's Brigade; Gates' Brigade/Missouri Brigade, Bowens Division and finally in Missouri Brigade, French's Division, Department of Alabama, Mississippi and East Louisiana."

Commanders: Col. Elijah Gates; Let. Col. Richard B. Chiles; Lt. Col. C.B. Cleveland; Lt. Col. George W. Lay; Lt. Col. William D. Maupin; Maj. Robert R. Lawther; Maj. William C. Parker."

Source: Rita DonCarlos
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Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jerry MCCORMACK Self M Male W 38 VA Farmer VA VA
Lizzie MCCORMACK Wife M Female W 30 IL Keeping House PRUSSIA PRUSSIA
Milla T. MCCORMACK Dau S Female W 11 MO VA IL
John D. MCCORMACK Son S Male W 8 AR VA IL
Joanna MCCORMACK Dau S Female W 5 AR VA IL
Hattie M. MCCORMACK Dau S Female W 1 AR VA IL

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Census Place Cauthron, Logan, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254050
NA Film Number T9-0050
Page Number 321A

[NI05824] Source: Rita DonCarlos

This story was found in Imogene's dresser drawer after her death in 1996. Some of the spelling of places may not be correct due to translation of handwriting. It was typed from the origianal story by Imagene's Granddaughter, Joyce (Reames) Coggins.

"The Story of My Life"
by Imagene Iola (Fraizer) Clay

"The story of my life beginning at age 5 years old. Remembering my Mother and I went to see my Grandmother McCormick. She was sick with cancer. We stayed two weeks with her. While we were there my mother and one of her sisters were cooking dinner. They had cooked chicken and they brought my Grandmother the chicken liver. I was playing near her when she called me over to where she was sitting in her rocking chair. So I went to see what she wanted. She wanted to know if I would help her eat the chicken liver so I did. When we got ready to go home Mother and I told her good-bye and we left. I never got to see her again. She passed away soon after we got back home so we didn't get to go to the funeral. Grandpa McCormick didn't stay there anymore after that. He just stayed with some of the other children as Mother had 4 other sisters and 2 brothers. Uncle Claud passed away before Grandmother did so she had only one brother left. Uncle Cage lived down the hill aways from Grandmother and Grandpa's farm. They raised stock and feed for the stock and lots of good old peanuts. Which all of us children really liked. Of course we went back to the old farm about every year as we didn't live too far from them. Every year in the Springhill Cemetery all the people who lived there all met in the Cemetery for a memorial and to clean the cemetery. They always had a memorial service and dinner. Everybody spent the day. Then we moved away. My Dad was a farmer and we never stayed in one place more than 3 years at a time. The next move that I can remember......we moved to Stigler when I was not quite 7 years old. My two oldest brothers (Bill and Eddie) helped our Dad farm there for three years. When I was 9 years old I went to a little school called Buck Creek School. There I started in what they called the chart. Which was taught how to learn ABC's. "A" was for apple, "B" was for ball and "C" was for cat. Then I went to the Primer the second year where you learned to read and write. While I was in the second grade the teacher had each one of us write about something. I don't remember what I wrote about. Anyway, we got prizes. 1st prize was a Ruby Ring, 2nd prize was a big Doll. I won second prize. At the time I won the doll I was in bed with Typhoid Fever and my Teacher brought it to me while I was in bed. I was sure proud of myself for ever getting second place. While we were living there my sister Leady Mae was born. I was 9 years old at the time. Just a while before she was born my two older brother and their friends were out playing. They left and went down behind the house. Then my little brother Opie decided to floow them so he took off and Mother missed him. She told me to go out and see where he was at so I did. We had an old dipping vat right south of the house and when I found him he was in it. For don't know how long. I couldn't get him out by my self so I hollered for Mother to come quick. Opie was in the dipping vat. When we got him out he wasn't even breathing. So Mother and I worked with him quite a while. Finally we got him to breathing again. I don't know how we did it. No one else was there to help us so we had to bring him back to life some way. Of course we were scared to death we wouldn't ever get him to breathing again but we did it somehow. It wasn't long after that Leady Mae was born. She was 2 years old when we moved to Aderville, Oklahoma. While we lived there my Dad had a cousin that lived there also. they had two girls just older than me. I had warts all over my hands. One of them told me how to get rid of them. Just get a string and tie as many knots as I had warts, then bury it.. When the string rotted my warts would be gone. Sure enough they disappeared. We moved away not long after that to a place called Buck Creek. There we farmed a couple of years. I was 11 years old. I went to Buck Creek school there and played basketball. First and last time I ever played basketball. We wore big old black sloppy bloomers. That is what they called them. After that we got acquainted with two families. I remember one was Vaughn's. They had three girls. Their names were Lonnie, Lerna and Bonnie. the other family was the Fuel's and they had two girls and one boy. The girls names were Elsie and Alta. Then we moved to Panama, Oklahoma".

[NI05838] From the "Allen Advocate" Jan. 5- Dec. 28, 1978.
MAUDE ANDREWS WAS BURIED AT POTEAU
Funeral services for Mrs. Maude Andrews of Allen were held December 18, 1978 in the First Baptist Church of Howe, Oklahoma. burial was in Oakland Cemetery at Poteau. Mrs. Andrews died in the Holdenville General hospital on December 14, at the age of 90. She had been a resident of Allen the past six years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Woodrome of Allen and Mrs. Lorraine Kemp of Calvin; two sons, Jack Smoot of Rock Port, Texas and Jerry Smoot of Cincinnati, Ohio; 10 grandchildren and 28 great grand-children and one sister in California. She was preceeded in death by her husband, Everett Andrews on August 26, 1972. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Howe.

[NI05857] Son went by his mother's maiden name instead of Holmes

[NI05869] Hello: Here's what I have on Wm.B. Goodrum: If you can add anyghing please do.
WIlliam "Buck Goodrum 1811-1899 & Mary Richards Goodrum b. 1815 in Georgia were in Blountstown, Calhoun Co. Fa., near the Applachiacola river in the early 1830. They had 7 children:
Robert B Goodrum b 1835 d 1874 m. Elizabeth Jane Goodrum Craddock b.10-29-1932 d 7-12-1914 in Houston Co. Tx.
Robert Goodrum served in the Civil War with Co. B. 13 Regiment Texas Calvery & died in Limestone Co. Tx.
Child: Leonidas O Goodrum
James Clayton Goodrum
Robert Wells Goodrum
Elizabeth Jane Goodrum Craddock stayed in the Weldon area, Buried in Weldon Cem. Houston Co.
Benjamin Franklin Goodrum b 4-5-1843 - 3-3-1899 married Laura Robinson,
Emily. 2nd m. Mary Robinson sister of Laura, daughters of Charles & Harriet Clark Robinson.
Ben & Mary Goodrum had 10 child:
Burton Eugene Goodrum
Devilla Goodrum
Earl Benjamin Goodrum
J., Gould Goodrum
Marlow Goodrum
Barton Clark, Linnie Ola, O.K. Emma Jane & Mary Dixie.
Benjamin F. Goodrum was a farmer & worked delivering the mail. He cought pneumonia & died. Burial Antioch Cem. (between Lovelady & Weldon, Houston Co., Tx.)
Thomas Van Goodrum 8-5-1850 - 1-17-1906 youngest of the Goodrum boys. married .Melvina (Babe) Hicks, youngest child of Littlebrry & Mary Edwards Hicks.Thomas Van & Babe Goodrum had 5 girls: Vanada Edna Goodrum
Mary Frances (Fannie) Goodrum
Mucie Dora Goodrum
Cora Goodrum
Elizabeth Goodrum
Viola Goodrum
Melvina died in 1887 Burial Antioch Cem. Houston Co. Tx. Thomas Van married Sarah Lucrita (Keet) Smith 1-25-1865-6-17-1939, daughter of George & Nancy Little Smith in
1890
Children: Mary Agnes (Mollie,) Goodrum Thomas Chester Goodrum
William Glover Goodrum
Thomas Van Goodrum was active in farming, land dealings & had a cotton gin in Weldon, Houston Co. Tx. Burial Salem Cem. (between Lovelady & Weldon, Houston Co. Tx.)
Marion Goodrum b. 1833 married A.B. Cook.
Children Ed Goodrum
Bob Goodrum
Amelai Goodrum
Charles Goodrum
Sarah Goodrum
William Goodrum Elizabeth, 7-3-1848- 3-3-1915 No childred
Frances b. Goodrum 1834 & A.D. b.1846. Mary Richards Goodrum is buried in an abandoned cemetery in the Wm. Dillard survey east of Weldon on the John Hanna Place.
Vanada E Goodrum was married to Dr. Joheph Henry Nelson, in 1917 he bought 183 acres of the Wm. Dillard servey east of Weldon. The 61 acres that's still in the family belongs to Joni Cash Dillard. A Goodrm died & the paper said he had been a farmer. Relatives laughed & said he had never had a hoe in his hand, he was a gambler & boot legger.

[NI05882] Benjamin F. Goodrum was a farmer & worked delivering the mail. He cought pneumonia & died. Burial Antioch Cem. (between Lovelady & Weldon, Houston Co., Tx.)


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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Benj. F. GOODRUM Self M Male W 36 FL Farmer MS FL
Mary GOODRUM Wife M Female W 23 TX Keeping House MS OH
Emily GOODRUM Dau S Female W 11 TX At Home FL TX
Burton GOODRUM Son S Male W 2 TX FL TX
Devillier GOODRUM Dau S Female W 4M TX FL TX
Robert COOK Nephew S Male W 17 TX Farm Laborer IL FL


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Census Place Precinct 4, Houston, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255312
NA Film Number T9-1312
Page Number 348D

[NI05884] Thomas Van Goodrum was active in farming, land dealings & had a cotton gin in Weldon, Houston Co. Tx. Burial Salem Cem. (between Lovelady & Weldon, Houston Co. Tx.)

[NI05885] ????
Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Melvina GOODRUM Self M Female W 28 TX Keeping House AL AL
Pernada E. GOODRUM Dau S Female W 8 TX TX TX
Mary F. GOODRUM Dau S Female W 6 TX TX TX
Viola GOODRUM Dau S Female W 2 TX TX TX
Willie A. GOODRUM Dau S Female W 3 TX TX TX


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Lived next door (brother?)
Allen J. HICKS Self M Male W 42 AL Farmer AL ---
Milly HICKS Wife M Female W 45 MS Keeping House --- ---
William HICKS Nephew S Male W 16 LA Farm Laborer AL MS

[NI05886] Vanada E Goodrum was married to Dr. Joheph Henry Nelson, in 1917 he bought 183 acres of the Wm. Dillard servey east of Weldon. The 61 acres that's still in the family belongs to Joni Cash Dillard. A Goodrm died & the paper said he had been a farmer. Relatives laughed & said he had never had a hoe in his hand, he was a gambler & boot legger.

[NI05900] came from England at age 18 to Alberta, bought a farm (which Sid lives on now).
His brother, Tom, came over a few years later.

Following is the information as it appears in the history book "Land of the
Lakes":

GEORGE AND TED MORRIS - Contributed by Mrs. George Morris

F. George Morris left him home at Saxondale, a village near Nottingham,
England, the winter of 1912-13. He came by boat and train to the farm of
J.R. Rawson who farmed west of Mirror. George landed in Alex in March 1913.
The weather was very cold with lots of snow, especially for a person dressed
in spats, gloves and a bowler hat.

George asked the way to the Rawson farm and landed up at the Ralston farm
south of Alex.

He bought a C.P.R. quarter, the S.E. of 35 in 1915 or 1916, He worked for
different farmers to get money to buy horses, cattle and machinery. Ted
Morris came, a few years later, from Australia where he had been working on
a sheep ranch. He and his brother, George, farmed together for a few years,
but times were getting bad so Ted left and worked as a mechanic in
Saskatchewan and Alberta.

George stayed on the farm but due to poor health he rented it to Bill Paton.
Later he had to spend nearly a year in hospital so rented again to Ralph
Lakey.

On May 1, 1941, he married the former Evelyn Bergstrom, and they lived on
the farm until George passed away February 22, 1969 at the age of 75.
Sidney Morris owns the farm.

[NI05902] Following is the information as it appears in the history book "Land of the
Lakes":


THE BERGSTROMS - by daughter, Evelyn Morris

The Walter Bergstrom family came to the Emil Olson home in 1926 from
Holdrege, Nebraska, U.S.A. They lived in the George and Manfred districts,
and in 1930 moved to the Hickling district where they lived on the former
Crutchfield farm.

Mr. Bergstrom died the next year and Mrs. Bergstrom moved to Mirror. Willis
and Laverne served in the Second World War. Wilda married Frank Wiggins.
Evelyn married George Morris. Other members of the family returned to the
U.S.A.

[NI05907] NOTES FOR: John August changed his name from Johnson to Bergstrom after he arrived in the united States. His marriage certificate lists him as John August Johnson, so I do not know when he changed his name. The church records in Galesburg had him listed as John August Bergstrom. In 1989 Agnes learned that the witness at John's baptism were Gustaf Jonsson and Greta Thunberg from Holmen and Carl August Persson from Nybygget and his wife, Carin Svensdotter, from Stromsnas. This is from Agnes Johnson.
Source: Kim Heier

1890 - 1891
Wolfe's Gazetteer Farmer's Directory of Phelps County, Nebraska
Bergstrom J A, Sacramento.

Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~nephelps/gazetteer.html

[NI05922] HART , William S
Death Date: 08 November 82 Birth Date: 22 06 30
Gender: Male Residence: Montrose, Genesee, Michigan
Place of Death: Flint, Genesee,

Michigan Deaths, 1971-96

[NI05924] Hi my name is Kim Heier, it looks like we maybe working on the same family. My Great grandfather Frank was born in October of 1880 so he may not of been born yet when they took the census. Frank was 7 years older than Oscar Walter, so by the time of the other census he was 31 and most likely not at home. The Oscar Walter in my family does have a daughter named Evelyn and she married George Morris in 1946 in Canada and then married John Vander-Zee in 1971 in Alberta, Canada.

George and Evelyn had 1 son Sidney Walter Morris born April 22,1932 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
If this is the right family I would love to exchange information with you.
Kim Heier
jkheier@ruraltel.net

[NI05926] Came to Canada on May 28, 1929, moved to Sift Current Saskatchewan June 28, 1929, moved to Evansburg, Alberta December 5, 1929.

As told to Connie Weevers by Anne Borys Morris Dec 2001

[NI05928] Helen (Ahafia Husha, (polish version?) Sept. 29, 1926 in Dobrusyn, Poland.

[NI05933] NOTES FOR: Otto Fredrick Olson - The church records have his birthdate as October 9, 1859, while the records sent from Sweden have the date as September 14, 1859.
Source: Kim Heier

[NI05940] NOTES FOR: Fern Genovera Olson was a nurse in California. She also lived in Kansas City. Perhaps she married and divorced there, or her husband died. No one knows.
Source: Kim Heier

[NI05987]
Michigan Deaths, 1971-96


Grenier , John H
Death Date: 13 March 1995 Birth Date: 24 May 1913
Gender: Male Residence: Genesee, Genesee, Michigan
Place of Death: Flint, Genesee, Michigan

[NI05990]
Michigan Deaths, 1971-96



GRENIER , Jack H
Death Date: 26 March 84 Birth Date: 14 December 35
Gender: Male Residence: Flint, Genesee, Michigan
Place of Death: Flint, Genesee, Michigan

[NI06044] 1880 Living with nephew Hugh and niece Margaret (Magg)

[NI06047] Maine Census, 1800-90
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HANSON, NOAH
State: ME Year: 1850
County: Cumberland County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Portland 5th Ward Page: 154
Database: ME 1850 Federal Census Index


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History and Statistics of Brown County, Kansas

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EARLY SETTLEMENT


The troubles of the preceding two years had advertised Kansas all over the country, and a large immigration was the natural result. At this time there were few houses in the county that could by any stretch of the imagination be called comfortable. There were hardly more than a hundred families in the county, and these occupied small cabins built, almost without exception, near the timber that skirts the streams. Few of these buildings had more than one room. The new comers received a hearty welcome and were most hospitably treated, but the accommodations were but scanty at the best. Early in that spring quite a colony came from Maine, among them W.G. Sargent, Noah Hanson, George Ross, Sumner Shaw, __ Deering, J.G. Leavitt, I.P. Winslow and the writer. On Walnut Creek many of the new settlers found homes with E.H. Niles while they were erecting houses for themselves. His house consisted of two small log cabins about twelve by fourteen feet standing about ten feet apart and connected by a roof. In one of these cabins there was a low attic. Mr. Niles' family consisted of himself, wife and six children, and yet for weeks he had thirteen boarders, making in all twenty one persons, who found lodging in that small house. Few of those who enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Niles will ever forget the many little acts of kindness so acceptable to the stranger in a strange land. Both have since crossed the dark valley.
...In the early summer of this year, a party on Walnut Creek was tried for theft, and as this was the first trial for a crime of this character, it deserves a passing notice. Two young men, Smith and Elder, from Maine were carrying on the farm owned by Noah Hanson.
...At the election held Nov., 1861, James Round, Thos. Ellis and Noah Hanson were elected commissioners, and E.L. Pound county clerk.
...Schools were taught in the county, as early as 1856 and 1857, but the first regular organized district was the "Carson District," organized by Supt. J. A. Stanley, March 11th, 1859. On the 21st of April the first school board was elected:

Noah Hanson, Director, I.B. Hoover, Clerk
A.M. Kendall, Treasurer.
...

http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/archives/brown/1876/16.shtml#2501
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Kansas Census, 1850-90
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HANSON, NOAH
State: KS Year: 1860
County: Breckenridge County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Walnut Creek Township Page: 028
Database: KS 1860 Federal Census Index


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HANSON, NOAH
State: KS Year: 1870
County: Brown County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Walnut Creek Township Page: 653
Database: KS 1870 Federal Census Index


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HANSON, NOAH
State: KS Year: 1859
County: Brown County Record Type:
Township: Walnut Creek Twp Page: 002
Database: KS 1859 State Census Index


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HANSON, NOAH
State: KS Year: 1860
County: Leavenworth County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Leavenworth Cty 1st W Page: 048
Database: KS 1860 Federal Census Index



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Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Noah HANSON Self M Male W 66 ME Farmer ME NH
Mary C. HANSON Wife M Female W 59 ME Keeping House ME ME
Osker H. HANSON Son S Male W 18 KS At Home ME ME

[NI06052] Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

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Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Chas. H.F HEICTERMAN M Male German 49 Bemen , Germany Real Est. Agt. Presbyterian
Laura A HEICTERMAN M Female American 39 USA Presbyterian
Bernard S HEICTERMAN Male German 7 British Columbia Presbyterian
Laura Agnes HEICTERMAN Female German 6 British Columbia Presbyterian
Sylvia Louise HEICTERMAN Female German 5 British Columbia Presbyterian
George Henry HEICTERMAN Male German 3 British Columbia Presbyterian
Verna A HEICTERMAN Female German 2 British Columbia Presbyterian
Ben AH M Male Chinese 35 China Cook
Patrick MURPHY M Male Irish 47 Ireland Cooper Roman Catholic
Mary MURPHY M Female Irish 40 Ireland Roman Catholic
Margaret MURPHY Female Irish 15 British Columbia Nurse Roman Catholic
Patrick MURPHY Male Irish 14 British Columbia Cigar Maker Roman Catholic
Mary MURPHY Female Irish 12 British Columbia Nurse Roman Catholic
Joseph MURPHY Male Irish 10 British Columbia Roman Catholic
Kate MURPHY Female Irish 8 British Columbia Roman Catholic
Ellen MURPHY Female Irish 6 British Columbia Roman Catholic
Paul MURPHY Male Irish 3 British Columbia Roman Catholic


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Source Information:
Census Place Johnson Street Ward, Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia
Family History Library Film 1375921
NA Film Number C-13285
District 190
Sub-district B
Page Number 102
Household Number 752

[NI06065] Summit Cemetery

Township 9 South, Range 1 East, Section 35 / 36

Location: 3 miles North of Rainbow Crossing (intersection of Highways 278 and 231), then 1/4 mile West on County Road 48 at Old Summit School; cemetery is on left after about 1/4 mile, Blount County, Alabama

Originally surveyed by Ralph H. Allred, Alabama on 26 Sep 1964; completely resurveyed by Nancy West Carns (crop53@aol.com) in 2001
Brittain, Amma, wife of J.W. Brittain, 22 Oct 1861 – 19 May 1885

Brittain, Ann Eliza, daughter of J.M. and C.A. Brittain, 5 Nov 1852 – 15 Nov 1856

Brittain, Ann Eliza, wife of M.P. Brittain, 2 Nov 1853 – 17 Mar 1925

Brittain, C.A., wife of J.M. Brittain, 19 Jan 1830 – 19 Feb 1908

Brittain, Cary Ann, daughter of M.P. and A.E. Brittain, 15 Sep 1890 – 30 Apr 1907

Brittain, George D., son of J.M. and C.A. Brittain, 9 Jun 1855 – 28 Dec 1878

Brittain, Infant, of M.P. and A.E. Brittain, 5 Mar 1888 – 5 Jul 1888

Brittain, J.C., Jr., son of J.C. and Jewel Brittain, 2 Nov 1924, [only date recorded]

Brittain, J.M., 16 Jun 1818 – 2 Mar 1885

Brittain, Joseph C., son of J.M. and Cary Ann Brittain, 4 Dec 1858, [only date recorded]

Brittain, Maggie C., daughter of J.M. and C.A. Brittain, 31 Dec 1860 – 22 May 1886

Brittain, Mary Jane, daughter of J.M. and C.A. Brittain, 3 Aug 1848 – 17 Sep 1870

Brittain, Milton P., 5 Nov 1850 – 11 Feb 1911

Brittain, Tetie Covington, 25 Jan 1870 – 6 Feb 1916

[NI06084] GALLATIN COUNTY ILLINOIS
LAND RECORDS A - F

CONE BENJAMIN SL N2W2NW 26 09S 08E 3 40.00 .50 20.00 MALE 05/16/1833 UNKNOWN 814 010
GALLATIN

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Illinois Public Land Purchase Records

Name Type Section Sect Township Range Meridian Acres Price Total Date Month Date Day Date Year Reside Volume Page Blank SocStat ID Corr-Tag
CONE BENJAMIN GRAVES FD SESE 01 10N 13W 3 4000 125 5000 December 08 1832 031 343 096 196350 0
CONE BENJAMIN G FD NENE 12 10N 13W 3 4000 125 5000 December 08 1832 031 343 096 196351 0
CONE BENJAMIN SL N2W2NW 26 09S 08E 3 4000 50 2000 May 16 1833 000 814 010 536203 0

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1820 United States Federal Census

Cone, G. Benjamin View Image Online
State: Ohio Year: 1820
County: Athens Roll: M33_86
Township: Amesville Page: 100
Image: 60

[NI06085] 1930-still living with parents unmarried
1930 U.S. Federal Census • California • Los Angeles • Los Angeles (Districts 501-750) • District 578

[NI06086] California Death Index

CROUSE MARY LEE 1918 06 10 CONE HURST FEMALE NM RIVERSIDE 1999 07 14 553142257 81

[NI06092] HARRIMAN, NATHANIEL
State: ME Year: 1830
County: Hancock County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Orland Page: 179
Database: ME 1830 Federal Census Index


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HARRIMAN, NATHANIEL
State: ME Year: 1840
County: Hancock County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Orland Page: 237
Database: ME 1840 Federal Census Index


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HARRIMAN, NATHANIEL
State: ME Year: 1860
County: Hancock County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Orland Page: 106
Database: ME 1860 Federal Census Index


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Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
North America
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Nathaniel HARRIMAN
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 6 May 1795
Orland, Hancock, Maine

Parents:
Father: Ezekial HARRIMAN
Mother: Mary CRAIGE

[NI06093] Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v4.02
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Drusilla SAUNDERS
Sex: F

Event(s):
Birth: 4 May 1803
Civil, Orland, Hancock, Maine

Parents:
Father: Moses SAUNDERS
Mother: Sally

[NI06099] GR-1 BELDEN, or OLD GRAFTON CENTER CEMETERY, Grafton Township
Transcribed from Lorain County's out-of-print publication, Cemetery Inscriptions of Lorain County, Ohio 1980, pps 279-284, by volunteer, Deb Mohler, 2000
Any additions and corrections to the book are noted in red.

On the south side of SR 303, ¼ mile east of SR 83, the old burying ground consists of the portion back of the vault. The earliest date on a stone is that of William B. Crittenden in 1819, in his 51st year.


ASHLEY
Sylvia, wife David, formerly wife Orimel (or Drimel?) FANNING, d Mar 2, 1848, 79y
Erected by Charles & Albert FANNING to their mother


http://www.centurytel.net/lorgen/cemetery/GR-1Belden.html

[NI06112] WWI CIVILIAN DRAFT REGISTRATIONS

Cone, Walter Elic 12/2/1880 W Cimarron, Oklahoma

[NI06115] CONE MRS. I. L. 58 JUNE 1 1933

CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO - ABSTRACTS OF OBITUARIES
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nm/curry/obits/cnjobits.txt

[NI06127] Household Record 1880 United States Census


Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Enoc PHILLIPS Self M Male W 51 AL Farming SC GA
Susan PHILLIPS Wife M Female W 49 GA Keeping House SC SC
Levi L. PHILLIPS Son S Male W 18 GA Works On Farm AL GA
Henry N. PHILLIPS Son S Male W 15 GA Works On Farm AL GA
David A. PHILLIPS Son S Male W 13 GA Works On Farm AL GA
Joseph A. PHILLIPS Son S Male W 11 GA Works On Farm AL GA


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Source Information:
Census Place District 1006, Carroll, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254137
NA Film Number T9-0137
Page Number 142B

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Children and grandchildren of Enoch and Susan Phillips was recorded in a Philli ps Family Book written by James Newton Phillips, from Gilmer Texas July 18, 197 7.

[NI06129] Gilmer Mirror, Dec. 19, 1957 Page 7

MRS. STEELMAN DIES FOLLOWING LENGTHY ILLNESS

Mrs. E. Doyle Steelman of this city passed away last Friday, Dec. 13, at her residence after a lengthy illness.

A native of this county, Mrs. Steelman was 51 years, 10 months and 13 days old. Born Estelline Gage, she married Doyle Steelman in 1925.

To this union, 9 children five sons and four daughters, were born who, with 3 grandchildren and her husband, survive her.

The sons are Billie Gene Steelman of Dallas; Clovis of DeRidder, La.; Jimmy of Shelton, Conn.; Kenneth and Steven of Gilmer.

The four daughters are Mrs. Novell Green of Gilmer; Ann of Dallas and Norma Sue and Janice, both of Gilmer.

She also is survived by her mother, Mrs. Annie Gage of Pritchett, andt wo brothers, Clifton and Kenny Gage of Pritchett.

A member of the Church of Christ for 34 years, final rites for Mrs. Gage were held at the Gilmer church Monday morning with H.H. Dickey and ??(torn) Holloway officiating. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.

Croley Funeral Home was in charge.


Lea Ann Thetford:
Letty,

Hi! I found out where Mrs. E. Doyle Steelman belongs! Her husband was Edgar Doyle Steelman b. October 1899 and d. October 1894. Parents were Giles W. and Beatrice G. Barnett Steelman. I'm going to go up to the courthouse to see what I can find out on him.

[NI06133] STEELMAN, BILLIE GENE - Pvt. Billie Gene Steelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Steelman, Gilmer, attended Gilmer HS. Entered Army in 1945, trained at Ft. Knox, Ky.

[NI06149] ATKINSON, EARL R - S/ Sgt. Earl R. Atkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Atkinson, Big Sandy, husband of Bobbie Jean Stephens, attended Pritchett HS. Entered Army in 1937, trained at Ft. Warren, Wyo. Served in Asiatic-Pacific Theater. Awarded GC Medal, Amer. Def. and A-P Ribbons with 2 Battle Stars. Discharge in 1945.

[NI06244] in 1920 lived next to Goodrums, Harringtons and Gardners

[NI06245] Re: Ratcliff's in Illinois
Author: JoAnn Grenemyer Date: 6 Jun 2002 10:26 PM GMT
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Re: Ratcliff's in Illinois by: Letty Hart-Harrington
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Letty, came across your message and would like to check out a possible Ratcliff connection. My GGrandfather George Deforest Ratcliff had a sister Lydia Ann who married Russell Hart and moved from Minnesota to Iowa then to Colorado in 1878 or 1879. This is where Lydia Ann died and is buried. I know very little of the history of my Grandfather other than he was born 11 June 1850 in Illinois and married Mary Ann Outcult 24 December 1879 in Minnesota and after three children, Robert Julius, Vivian Idella and Edwin LeRoy moved to Colorado. If any of this connects I would love to know. JoAnn
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1920 Census Colorado
Living with daughter Vivian and several of his children. No wife

1920 United States Federal Census
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Ratcliff, George View Image Online
Age: 69 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Illinois Roll: T625_167
Race: White Page: 1A

State: Colorado ED: 108

County: Moffat Image: 534

Township: Waddel Creek

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Ratcliff George D 1850 1930 Fairview Cemetery
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Ratcliff Burials Moffat Co., Colorado
Ratcliff Cris P 1890 1945 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Dee (DeForrest) 1895 1896 5 mo Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Dick (Richard) 1896 11/29 1900 4 yrs Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Edwin L 11/24/1887 1887 12/31 1964 77 Fairview Cemetery WW 1 Pvt.MG
Ratcliff Ethel 1880 1952 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff George D 1850 1930 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Ione Alma 5/23 1904 5/10 1989 84
Ratcliff James 2/28/1876 1876 11/29 1900 24 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Jim 8/27 1923
Ratcliff Lee 1983 Craig Cemetery
Ratcliff Lee D Jr 1967 Craig Cemetery
Ratcliff Marion Elijah 1892 1966 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Mary A 3/28/1861 1861 4/25 1916 55 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Robert J 1880 1948 Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Robert Lee 3/1 1917 6 weeks Fairview Cemetery
Ratcliff Si byl L 1887 1945 Fairview Cemetery
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[NI06247]
1920 United States Federal Census
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Ratcliff, Robert View Image Online
Age: 39 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Minnesota Roll: T625_167
Race: White Page: 1A

State: Colorado ED: 108

County: Moffat Image: 534

Township: Waddel Creek

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[NI06248] Blamey Vivian I 1884 ?/?/1967 1967 Fairview Cemetery

[NI06249] Roster of Men and Women Who Served in The World War From Colorado 1917-1918
Moffat County


Given Name: Edwin L.
Surname: Ratcliff
Rank: Private
Branch: Infantry
Place: Craig



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in 1920 going by the name of Roy E., unmarried and living with his sister, brothers and father
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Ratcliff Edwin L 11/24/1887 1887 12/31 1964 77 Fairview Cemetery WW 1 Pvt.MG

[NI06250] Blamey Joseph 1875 ?/?/1913 1913 Fairview Cemetery Sp Am War
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Spanish American War Veterans Buried in Moffat County, Colorado.
(All buried in Fairview Cemetery, Craig,)


BLAMEY, Joseph (WC-962,322) Corporal, Co. B, 36th U.S. Volunteer Inf.
Died: Oct. 10th, 1913
Buried in Grave No. 1, Lot No. 13, Block No. 6.
Spanish American Grave Marker (Bronze) furnished by American Legion.
Private Headstone (W.O.W.) erected by relatives.
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Dear Letty,
Thanks for your e-mails and the forward from Linda. Sorry to hear about her husbands mother these are hard times for them.
I have another tidbit of information on my grandfather, Joseph Blamey's, mother. Her maiden name was Homes. This is an interesting story, my grandfather Joseph's birth name was Stevens and he came from Mich. to the gold mines in Colo. with his parents, older sister, younger brother and sister as a small child. His mother died and as the story has been told, his father, I'm sad to say, was a drinker and gambler, and was in a game with Thomas Blamey and lost everything so Mr. Blamey took Joseph as payment and adopted him and raised him as his own. Grandpa died in 1913 when my mother was 8 yrs. old and all contact with grandpa's siblings was lost. I have found some information through the 1910 Idaho census on the brother who was referred to as Jim, in the census he is Frank but his wife and three daughters are the same as my mother had record of Grandpa's older sister married and moved to Calif. in the early 1900's. Her name is Elizabeth Seymour, this week I found in the CA Death Records a record of her death as well as that of her husband, Fred, and oldest son, William. Our family has no knowledge of the surnames of the Steven's. However, on the death records it stated her maiden name we Towertha, does this sound Indian to you? I have always wondered is there is Indian blood in this line as my mother had very dark hair and high cheek bones and the picture my grandmother had of Aunt Elizabeth looks the part of an Indian lady.

[NI06252] Blamey Frederick P 7/26 1907 6/6 1965 Fairview Cemetery WW 11 NR


1930 Census listed as Head with his mother, Vivian, Grandfather George and sister-in-law, Eliza
There had to be another male child, brother of Frederick for him to have a sister-in-law

[NI06254] Ratcliff Cris P 1890 1945 Fairview Cemetery

[NI06255] MARION E RATCLIFF Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 524-34-8411 Residence: 81625 Craig, Moffat, CO
Born 24 Aug 1892 Last Benefit:
Died 15 May 1966 Issued: CO (Before 1951)

[NI06256] LEE RATCLIFF Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 524-24-1882 Residence: 81625 Craig, Moffat, CO
Born 8 May 1898 Last Benefit:
Died Jan 1983 Issued: CO (Before 1951)
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Ratcliff Lee 1983 Craig Cemetery

1920 living with married sister Vivian and father and several brothers in Waddel Creek

[NI06257] Ratcliff Ethel 1880 1952 Fairview Cemetery
http://www.rootsweb.com/~comoffat/ObitsQ-R.htm

[NI06261] Ratcliff Dee (DeForrest) 1895 1896 5 mo Fairview Cemetery
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OBIT

Ratcliff, De Forrest (Infant)
Died March 18,1896
Age S months. Fairview Cemetery, Craig

Ref. Craig Courier, Sat. February 1,1896.

On last Thursday, shortly after noon, death invaded the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ratcliff and took from them their five month's old baby boy, De Forrest.

The little one was taken with a severe cold about two weeks ago which developed into pneumonia, and although all that medical skill and tender nursing could accomplish, was done, the effort proved in vain. The funeral occurred at the church yesterday afternoon and the little body was laid to rest in the Craig cemetery.

[NI06262] Ratcliff Dick (Richard) 1896 11/29 1900 4 yrs Fairview Cemetery

OBIT

Ratcliff, Dick (Richard)
1896 - Died October 29,1900
Age 4 Fairview Cemetery, Craig Ref. Craig Courier, November 3,1900 Death has again visited Craig, this time invading the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ratcliff and taking from them their little four-year-old son, Richard. The little fellow had been stricken with typhoid fever and later his illness developed into a malignant case of typhoid pneumonia resulting fatally last Monday forenoon. The funeral services were conducted at the church by Rev. J.L. Ellis Tuesday at 12:30 and the little body was laid to rest in Fairview cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Ratcliff have been severely stricken. Their little daughter, Pearl, had a long siege of fever and she had no sooner recovered than little "Dickie", as he was affectionately called, was taken sick and a few days before his death, Robert, the eldest son, was stricken and he has been very low. Robert, however, is now improving

[NI06263] Ratcliff Lee D Jr 1967 Craig Cemetery

[NI06264] Listed as "Pearl Herod" on 1920 census in Denver. She lists her father as having been born in Missouri??? Probably a mistake since her husband was born in MO and his parents.

[NI06265] Ratcliff, James
Feb. 28,1876 - November 29,1900
Age 24 Fairview Cemetery, Craig 5-17 Ref. Craig Courier, December 1,1900. It becomes our painful duty to record another death in our community. James H. Ratcliff passed away about 8 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Haughey residence after a long illness. Young Ratcliff suffered from typhoid fever, but was getting along nicely until about ten days before his demise, when his case developed into double pneumonia in a most malignant form. For several days his life was despaired and his father was sent for. He rallied after his father's arrival and a slight change for the better came, but only for a brief time as on Tuesday he began to sink and although everything possible was done to save him the hand of death was apparent and his young life ebbed away early Wednesday morning. The funeral services were conducted at the church Thanksgiving day at 1 o'clock under the auspices of Cedar Mountain Lodge No.104, I.O.O.F. and the Rebakah Lodge of which orders the deceased was a valued member. The services were conducted although everything possible was done to save him the hand of death was apparent and his young life ebbed away early Wednesday morning. The funeral services were conducted at the church Thanksgiving day at 1 o'clock under the auspices of Cedar Mountain Lodge No.104, I.O.O.F. and the Rebakah Lodge of which orders the deceased was a valued member. The services were conducted by Ref. J.L. Ellis, chaplain of Cedar Mountain Lodge. The remains were laid to rest in Fairview cemetery according to the impressive burial cere- mony of the Odd Fellows. The pall beareres were Will Haughey, Sam Diamond, Charles Taylor and Verge Ledford, all members of Cedar Mountain Lodge of Odd Fellows. James H. Radcliff was born at Pleasant Grove, Minnesota, and on February 28, next, would have been 25 years of age. He came to Craig four years ago from his home in Minnesota, in the hope that this climate would benefit his health, as he was somewhat troubled with weak lungs. Prior to coming to Craig, Mr. Ratcliff was engaged as a school teacher, but was obliged to give up the work as it was too confining for him. The first winter he was here he attended to Craig High School and since then has been employed by different stockmen. During the past two years he was in the employ of George W. Wood. Young Ratcliff was the second of seven children, five of whom, four brothers and one sister, survive him. The deceased was a nephew of George and James Ratcliff and a cousin to Will, James and Frank Hart.

[NI06266] Hart, Minnie
Died October 5,1908
Age 9 years. Fairview Cemetery Ref. Routt County Courier, October 8,1908. Monday afternoon, while playing under a hayrack loaded with sheaves of grain, Minnie, the nine- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hart, was crushed under the wheels, dying instantly. The little girl, with her brothers and sisters had been riding on the load from the field. George Price was driving. The children had all left the load but Minnie, who, in a spirit of childish fun, ran under the wagon and held to the reach as the load started. In some manner she became entangled in one of the wheels and drawn under it. Mrs. Hart and Miss Sadie Taylor, who is at the ranch as instructor of the children, were called at once but the little one was dead when they reached her. Mr. Hart had started for Yampa a short time before the accident to meet a friend, a Mr. Gray, who was coming to visit them, and was recalled by telephone. Some Craig boys, who had been out camping passed the house at the time of the accident and rendered what assistance they could until the arrival of neighbors. The body was brought to Craig for Rev. J.L. Ellis being called from Baggs the funeral services Wednesday afternoon.

[NI06267] Blamey Thomas R 1845 ?/?/1935 1935 Fairview Cemetery

[NI06268] Blamey Josephine H 12/7/1844 1844 5/2 1917 73 Fairview Cemetery

[NI06280] Possibly son of Roswell Fitts Copeland?

[NI06285] Name: EDITH M SEELEY
SSN: 005-30-7902
Last Residence: 95687 Vacaville, Solano, CA
Born: 16 Nov 1915
Last Benefit:
Died: 20 Jan 1996
State (Year) SSN issued: ME (Before 1951 )

[NI06290] living next to Charles H. in Holden 1930...poss brother or cousin

[NI06293] Ellen is listed from 1850-1870 as head of household all of these years. Is she Manerva's mother or sister? Who is Manerva's children's father???

BAUGH ELLEN 20 8S 4E HUNTSVILLE 79.44 1882/09/30

[NI06296] LEE HEROD Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 451-18-9334 Residence: 81625 Craig, Moffat, CO
Born 10 Jul 1886 Last Benefit:
Died Jan 1968 Issued: TX (Before 1951)


birth - Galveston County - who?
Herod, Virginia Lee 4-2-1941 F Nettie Ola Brosig Murvin Oscar Herod
Herod, Roy Oscar 11-10-1942 M Nettie Ola Brosing Murvin Oscar Herod
Herod, Janet Eva 11-23-1943 F Nattie Ola Brasig Marvin Oscar Herod
HEROD ROBERT JAMES NETTIE OLA BROSIG MARVIN OSCAR HEROD 0208 1945
HEROD, CAROL ANN NETTIE OLA BROSIG MURVIN HEROD 28 SEP 1946 f
HEROD, JUNE ANN MARY AMELIA MCCAUGHAN LEROY HEROD 15 MAR 1946 f
HEROD CAROLYN ANN GRACIE INEZ BELL BILLY BURL HEROD 1006 1948 f
HEROD JANE RUTH EDITH MARIAN NUGENT ROBERT ERNEST HEROD 1127 1948 f

[NI06324]

North Carolina Deaths, 1968-69
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


Name: QUEEN, SAM
Place of Death: Asheville, Buncombe
Place of Residence: , Haywood
Institution: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over
Date of Death: January 11, 1969
Sex: Male
Race: White
Age: 80 Years 00 Months 00 Days
Autopsy: Yes
Place of Injury:
Mode of Burial:
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician
Year Received: 1969


[NI06325]

North Carolina Deaths, 1978
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


QUEEN, GLEE CLARK
Death Date: 23 September 1978 Gender: Female
Place of Death: Waynesville, Haywood, North Carolina Race: White
Residence: Waynesville, Haywood, North Carolina Age: 82 Years
Autopsy: Yes Marital Status: Widowed
Hospital: General Hospital Bed Code: 100 Beds & Over
Attendant: Physician Burial: Burial in state
Birth Date: 22 January 1896 State of Birth: North Carolina
Social Security Number: 240462799




[NI06330] QUEEN, JAMES
State: NC Year: 1850
County: Haywood County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: No Township Listed Page: 192
Database: NC 1850 Federal Census Index


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[NI06339] Joan and Rudy Hollywood started the Sharbot Lake Triathlon in 1984, and in 1986 added an event for children, called the Sharbot Lake Mini-Tri. The Mini-Tri was one of the first triathlon events for children in eastern Canada. It predates the better-known Kids of Steel events.

They would like to see the Sharbot Lake Triathlon revived. The last event was in 1997. Both of them have strong ties to Sharbot Lake. Joan's mother was born in Mississippi Corners. "I came up here from Kingston every weekend during my youth," she says. Rudy, the son of Ken and Ada Holllywood, grew up in Sharbot Lake and graduated from Sharbot Lake High School. They presently have a cottage on Sharbot Lake, on a shoreline lot that was part of his parents' farm.
Recently, they received a call from Rick Hellard of Ottawa, who has won the Sharbot Lake event several times. Rick wants to start the event again act as race director. Rudy told him that he has their support.

[NI06341] EDGAR STEVENSON Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 072-01-2922 Residence: 953 , U.S. Consulate: CANADA
Born 10 Jul 1904 Last Benefit:
Died Apr 1982 Issued: NY (Before 1951

[NI06342] Letter dated Oct. 25, 2002

Liza Viola Antoine - Frederick Blanchard(1)

Skippy Blanchard-- married Ernie Zahorsky
Frederick Buddy Blanchard
Cecilia Blanchard

Liza Viola Antoine - Thomas Dort

Alfred Dort
Thomas Dort
John Dort
Mickey Dort
Mary Dort
Alan Dort
Glen Dort
Lisbeth Dort

Liza moved to the states, she met and married Frederick Blanchard. His mother I only knew her as the Colonel, she lived in Whitestone long Island. & I believe that Fred had a brother Leo Blanchard. Then Aunt Liza & Fred lived in Greenpoint Brooklyn New York. Uncle Freddy Worked for J Russell Tug Boats, Thomas Dort worked for J Russell as well,
After Cecilia was born she had Alfred, I remember my mother Ethyl kept the children each time a new baby came. We lived at 4 Grove St., MT Kisco, NY.
Later Thomas Dort moved Liza to Lizaville NY. All totaled there were 11 children. My mother stayed in contact with her sister over the years. I remember I lived on main St. in MT Kisco, when they brought Glen as a infant. The entire family were reclusive.
My mother was Ethyl Antoine she moved to Long island as Mrs. Newmans upstairs maid, and later me my dad Edgar W. Stevenson. There were 4 of us children, Ethyl, Lois, Fay & Eddy.
I used to drive my mom to Lizaville to see her sister. Thomas Dort was alive then. He worked in a felt factory from what I understand. He was a very gentle loving father and always said “we’ll get by”; Thomas & Mickey were hit by a car while riding their bike. I remember taking my mother to see them they were at Albany Hospital.
As my mother was lonesome and wanted to see her sister, we would drive up, then many years passed.
I drove to Red Hook and Lizaville and spent the entire day trying to locate them- the phones were not listed and no one at the general store would say what road to take. (1970’s)
The next time I was in NY at my brother’s I did the same, I looked all over and was thoroughly frustrated at not being able to contact them. I did however find a E Zahorsky the other side of Red Hook. No one was home, I left my name & phone number with address, on the screen door. There was no response.



The last I saw Buddy he was in the Air Force when he was discharged, we never saw him again. I don’t understand the part about hard time being Indian- we always knew who we were. I grew up and gradated in Mt. Kisco- worked for many years in the states before moving to Sharbot Lake


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My mom is an Antoine - Ethel's daughter. Ethel was the one that moved to Mt. Cisco. The rest of the family stayed in Sharbot Lake - which isn't a reserve - it's just a small place where the Charbot's who were Native settled.
My mom returned to Canada and married Cecil Hollywood. His father's Name was Arthur Hollywood. Arthur had several brothers - Norris, Ken, Ron. I'm not close with the family - I think because of all the scandel and betrayal - like a soap opera - tipical divorces, affairs - life stuff.
My mom's sister Lois married a Tom ( I think ) Hollywood - he was from New York. I don't know much about him either - sorry - I can try and get a contact name.

Christine Hollywood

[NI06358] THOMAS ENGLISH, fourth child of James and Elizabeth Denton English, was born in English's Ferry, New River, Virginia about 1791. He married SARAH COULSON. He died in Texas about 1835 during the period of Mexican Rule. After his death, Sarah remarried to WILLIAM RIDDLE, and by 1860, they had moved to southern Houston County, in the area on the county line between Houston and Trinity Counties, with several of the children by Thomas English.

[NI06359] The English Family for which these words are written, settled in New River, Virginia and established a settlement known as English's Ferry. James ENGLISH and Elizabeth DENTON ENGLISH was one of these families. There were frequent attacks by Indians in which homes were burned, household, furniture, and legal papers were destroyed. Settlers were captured or killed outright. In spite of these problems the English families grew and prospered. New homes, road and bridges were built and more land was cleared. With large head of cattle, which needed more land, the Family began to migrate to adjoining states. Some even farther away. After 1800, James and Elizabeth English with their eight sons and a daughter, started for Texas where large tracts of land were available. On their trek to the southwest and upon arrival in the State of Tennessee, it is believed that James English became ill. For this reason they remained in the Tennessee area. Records indicate that he died in Tennessee and was buried. His burial place and the cause of his death are unknown, but he was probably buried at a church cemetery and his marker has been lost with time. Between 1824 and 1830 various members of the Family continued to make their way to Texas while some remained in Tennessee. It is understood that by the mid 1830's all had arrived in Shelby County, Texas.

From: The English in Texas

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rjstole/englishintexas.htm

JAMES ENGLISH
JAMES ENGLISH, was born between 1760 and 1770. He married ELIZABETH DENTON in 1787. According to Texas Census records she was born in 1771. In the Family Bible, a record of their child JOHN ENGLISH was born July 5, 1793 at English's Ferry, New River, Virginia. The bible records that William, James were older and they were born at English's Ferry as all the other children except JOSHUA ENGLISH and ARCHIBALD H. ENGLISH were born in Tennessee.

The children of James ENGLISH and Elizabeth DENTON ENGLISH:


William English 1786/1787
James English, Jr. 1788
Abraham English 1790
Thomas English 1791
John English 1793
Hannah English 1797
Joseph English 1798
Jonas English 1801
Stephen English 1808
Joshua English 1808
Archibald English 1811

[NI06361] not living with mother in 1850

[NI06367] not living with mother in 1850

[NI06372] Of Irish descent - per 1901 census

Eliza was listed on the 1881 census for Oso, age 1, so she was born c1880

Faye Hollywood:
"Grandmother Liza (Hollywood) Antoine had Leslie Rheppard-John Oakley Scantlin prior to moving to Antoine homestead to help look after Johns other children. John Oakly Scantlin died at age 11. Lois Antoine was born after John died."

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From Judi Montgomery-Research at FHC

In 1898, at the
age of 18, she married John Reppard (OMR) who was born in Pennyslvania (they
were both living in Hinchinbrook, but I have not yet looked at the
Hinchinbrook census for 1891, 1901). This is the only reference I found for
Reppard. There is no death for John, no listing of either of the two oldest
children (John Oakley and Leslie) being born.

By 1900, Eliza has Amelia with John Antoine (here bp is recorded at the
Anglican archives, as well as those of the younger siblings), so I assumed
John Reppard died 1898-1900, but no record of him or any other Reppard
listed 1869-1910, although we know there was another Reppard family living
in the area (George & Louisina
Reppard were witnesses at the wedding). John Antoine was married first to
Sophia Leger (1853-1895) so she could not have been the mother of John
Oakley or Leslie. Assuming John Oakley was born illigitimate, I checked for
Hollywood births, but found only one: John B Hollywood born Oso 18 Aug 1897,
illigitimate son of Mary Hollywood and unknown. Of course, Eliza might have
been going by the name Mary Eliza at
that time. I have not checked for the Scantlin name on the census, but I
checked all the births for that name and found nothing. Leslie appears not
to be registered under Hollywood, Reppard or Scantlin. We know Eliza and
John Antoine had children together from 1903-1919. I did find John
Antoine's death record: at Oso on Dec 24, 1919 of pneumonia, married guide
born Bedford Mills, age 70. With that many kids, he better claim to be
married, but no record of this marriage in the records. In addition, I was
told that Eliza married #3 Lewis Dusharm 1872-1950, but I can find no
marriage record for them (only up to 1920 has been released, so it is
possible this was later) and she is not buried with him at the family plot
in Parham. By my calculations, Eliza died 1919-1975, but I can find no
death record on her in the names of Hollywood, Reppard, Antoine or
Ducharme/Dusharme.

[NI06374] 100.2 in reply to 100.1

Hi Letty,
I'm Mary Gordon, and I live in Toronto, but I own a summer cottage on an island in Hawley Bay of Sharbot Lake. To get there, you go down the Shibley Road just south of the village of Sharbot Lake, and right at the corner of Highway 38 and Shibley is the farm currently owned by Ken and Ada Hollywood. Ken is quite a character (born in 1917) - I know the farm was owned by his father before him, and that Hollywoods have been there for a very long time. Ken owns most of the south end of McKrimmon Bay of Sharbot Lake, and rents summer cottages, and also boat storage, and a few years ago, I sold him my dad's bass boat. I was in the Oconto Cemetery south of Tichbourne last summer and saw a number of Hollywood markers - including Ken and Ada's - they've already put their stones up. Ken is totally with it, and a heck of a friendly guy - why not give him a call? He knows everything there is to know about local history, so I'm sure he could help you. E-mail me privately, and I'll send you his number.


Thomas arrived in Canada in 1858 (age 10) to be raised by an uncle, William England (b, 1826 d. 1920) near sharbot Lake

1901 Canadian Census clearly states he was born in IReland, religion listed as Eng Ch (Church of England???)

???
Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Thomas HOLLEYWOOD M Male Irish 30 Ireland Farmer Methodist
Jane HOLLEYWOOD M Female Irish 22 Ontario Methodist
David J. HOLLEYWOOD Male Irish 5 Ontario Methodist
John HOLLEYWOOD Male Irish 4 Ontario Methodist
Margaret HOLLEYWOOD Female Irish 2 Ontario Methodist
Eliza Ann HOLLEYWOOD Female Irish 1 Ontario Methodist


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Source Information:
Census Place Oso, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district K
Page Number 5
Household Number 23

[NI06381] 8277-03 (Frontenac Co) John HOLOWOOD, 23, laborer, Sharbot Lake, same, s/o Thomas HOLOWOOD & Sarah TINKLE, married Annie GILLESPIE, 16, Glasgow Scotland, Sharbot Lake, d/o William GILLESPIE & Ellen DAVIDSON, witn: Harbet ASSELTINE of Sharbot Lake & Luella VINKLE of Oconto, 23 Dec 1903 at Sharbot Lake

[NI06385] From Judi Montgomery:

On the other hand, Mary Edith married John A Badour in Newboro in 1895, the
same year Mary Ada had her first child with Simon. I have no children
listed for Mary Edith and John A. I have looked high and low for her death
certificate, because John A later married her sister Julia Rose Ann (date
unknown) and their first child was born in 1904, which they named Ada Edith,
just to confuse things further. Julia Rose is listed on the death records
(1888-1914) as d/o John Antoine and Sophia Brown, per John A Badour. By the
same token, John Alexander Badour married Annie Guigue (date unknown) and
their first child was born Mar 1913, bp 1917, which is before the death date
for Julia Rose, but since she was 4 yrs at the time of bp, this date could
be off. Or on the other hand, he could have had two wives at the same time.

[NI06387] Witnessed at her sister's wedding:
#006819-95 (Leeds Co): John Amos BEDOUR, 19, Bobs Lake, same, s/o Simon Peter & Eliza, married Mary ANTOINE, 18, Devil Lake, Bobs Lake, d/o John & Sophie, witn: William & Margaret GREEN, 24 May 1895 at Newboro


Catherine b 1894 to Wm Green & Margaret
Antoine.

[NI06389] Book said she had 8 children?


found on the internet

X-Message: #17
Date: Sun, 6 Apr 1997 15:14:44 -0500
From: Judi Montgomery
Subject: LEGER/DUFOND

These are my two longshots, but I am hoping someone, somewhere can shed some
light on these families:

Elizabeth LEGER born about 1853 married in Gananoque, Ont in 1886 to Thomas
BADOUR/BEDARD. Son John married a SOMERS and worked on the boats in the St.
Lawrence River.

Sophia LEGER BROWN born 1853 in Hinchinbrook Twp, Frontenac Co, Ontario
married John ANTOINE, native Indian. They raised a large family in Bedford
Twp, Ont. It is unclear whether LEGER was her middle name, maiden name,
first marriage???

John Antoine's father was Francis Edward Antoine. I believe his mother was
Elizabeth Susan Baptiste DUFOND born about 1823 ?in Ontario. The Antoine
family came from Oka, Que to Ontario where they raised their family and are
now buried.


(According to the death records, she died in 1895 (ODR# 5333.95))

Judi

[NI06390] There is an Irish born Thomas Hollywood living in Mt. Kisco, NY in 1930, near Ed and Ethel (Antoine) Stevenson and Francis (Wright) Hollywood and her 2 children.
Could it be this Thomas? According to Fay Hollywood, this is the second Thomas born to Francis Hollywood and Margaret Fleming. He emigrated directly to NY in the late 1800's. His 1/2 brother, Thomas James Hollywood emigrated to Ontario in 1858.

1930 U.S. Federal Census > New York > Westchester > Mount Kisco > District 88

He is listed with wife, Emma, age 55 and daughter, Margaret, age 28. He was married in 1901 and daughter is listed as being born in PA in 1902. Could he have moved from Canada?

[NI06396] DESCENDANT???

Three Years in Federal Pen for Area Man
By David Brison

Nathan Badour, 18, is facing more than 100 charges related to the same series of break-ins. Badour is scheduled to appear in a Kingston court in May.

[NI06397] not living with mother in 1850

[NI06405] no children

My sister also runs an art gallery (www.beerenburght.nl or www.beerenburght.com) in the middle of Holland in a village called Eck en Wiel.

[NI06406] no children

[NI06412] Stan went to Canada and married aunt Julia (name??). Two kids: Sandy and Nicholai

Source: Martijn de Vreeze

[NI06437] Lee Herod-Leslie Herod Tx.-Co.
Posted by: Karen Herod Date: May 09, 1999 at 21:17:29
of 131


I'm looking for info on Lee Herod whom I believe married a Pearl Radcliff. They had a son,my father, Leslie Eric Herod of Colorado and Texas. Thank you!

[NI06438] Moved to Craig Colorado, 1910 the moved to Burksville Texas

Herod, James C View Image Online
Age: 58 Year: 1920
Birthplace: Missouri Roll: T625_167
Race: White Page: 2B

State: Colorado ED: 170

County: Moffat Image: 513

Township: Craig

[NI06440] had 15 children - 2 who died young

[NI06443] had 1 boy & 6 girls

[NI06444] 7 children

[NI06445] 6 children, 1 adopted daughter, Jean

[NI06447] girls adopted in 1942 when their mother died in 1939

[NI06459] RAY, JAMES HAMILTON 1812 Orange Co. NC - 1883; md. Elizabeth Wallace, 1835, 12 ch.: John Reynolds (md. Sophia Jane Dill, both bur. Cedar Grove Cem.), George Carroll (Little Rock, AR) Rhoda Caroline (md. George W. Pines, bur. Cedar Grove Cem.), Tennessee "Tess" C. (md T. Joshua Jarrell, 1865 Dent Co., d. Whitesboro (Yantis), Grayson Co., TX), Nancy, Miles, Ida Alice Herod, Martha E., Amanda, R. Hamilton, Mary M., Sarah Jane (Mrs. Irvin Barton Walker); bro. to: Sarah Jane(m. John Hiley Walker Sr.); Irish decent, to Dent Co. c1846 from Henderson Co. TN by wagon train, originally from Orange Co. NC

RAY, ELIZABETH w/o James H. 4/29/1818 - 9/23/1867, nee Wallace

RAY, MARTHA E. d/o James H. & Elizabeth 3/11/1858 - 10/26/1862

RAY, AMANDA d/o James H. & Elizabeth 1860-1868

RAY, R. HAMILTON s/o James H. & Elizabeth

RAY, MARY MARGARET d/o James H. & Elizabeth


http://www.rootsweb.com/~modent/walker.htm

[NI06490] Living with Charles Hart and his daughter, Anna Lawrence in 1930. Listed as widower.

[NI06503]
1894 Barry County, Michigan
State Census

Wagonlander, Charles 47 (38) Lulu,39/ Elise,21/ Benjamin,15

[NI06506] Name: Leonhard Wagenbinder
Arrival Date: 29 May 1840
Age: 24
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Bremen
Occupation: Carpenter
Ship: Europe
Port of Arrival: Baltimore
Place of Origin: Wurtenberg
National Archives' Series Number: M255
Microfilm Roll Number: 2
List Number: 23

Arrived in Baltimore

[NI06509]
Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index
Viewing records 1-3 of 3 Matches


John Wagonlander
Age: 60 State: OH
Color: W Enumeration District: 0029
Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0164
County: Lucas, Sylvania
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place
Wife Helen 49 Michigan
Son Marris 11 Ohio
Son Park 23 Michigan

Daughter-in-law Mary 24 Michigan
WH Frank Keopfer 4- NR
Wife Francis 28 Ohio
Daughter Lucle Keopfer 05 Ohio
Daughter Mildred 04 Ohio
Sister Louis 38 Ohio



[NI06514] History of Sylvania from 1933 to 1999

Prepared by Gaye E. Gindy


In 1973 the Sylvania Savings Bank purchased the homes on the north side of Monroe Street between Summit and Main, including 6506 Monroe Street owned by Park Wagonlander from 1917 to 1937 and Reuel & Mabel Niswander as of 1937

Also the home at 6516 a/k/a 6616 Maplewood Avenue which was constructed in 1912 was demolished. The Jesse Wagonlander family owned this home until 1960.

[NI06517] Sylvania, Ohio

DID YOU KNOW that after the death of his father Miles Lathrop returned to Sylvania, and once again to the home on South Main Street. Beginning in 1874 Miles was elected as a Sylvania village council member thru 1876, and then was elected as a Sylvania school board member through 1878. He then served as the Justice of the Peace of Sylvania from 1880 until 1889. In 1887 Miles sold the home to George C. Wagonlander, and purchased the home next door (to the north). In 1889 they moved to Charleston, Illinois and engaged themselves in the hotel business there.

DID YOU KNOW that other very prominent owners of the home after George C. Wagonlander included: Solomon J. Hershey in 1892, John M. Hershey in 1896, John W. Torrence in 1897 and in 1903 John A. Crandall.


1880

Worked as a clerk in a store and boarded with owner


enumerated with both of his sisters in 1920 in Toledo (Ella and Rosa)

[NI06520] ????
Name: FREDERICK L BLANCHARD
SSN: 059-26-1304
Last Residence: 12565 Philmont, Columbia, NY
Born: 1 May 1931
Last Benefit:
Died: 1 Sep 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: NY (Before 195)

[NI06521] CECELIA E BLANCHARD
SSN: 123-24-9654
Last Residence: 14769 Portland, Chautauqua, NY
Born: 21 Apr 1933
Last Benefit:
Died: 1 Aug 1999
State (Year) SSN issued: NY (Before 195)

[NI06522] 2003 Directory White Pages

Alfred Blanchard

Deerhaven Rd
Elizaville, NY 12523-0000

Tel.: (518) 537-4015

Alfred Blanchard

166 Deer Haven Rd
Elizaville, NY 12523-1142

Tel.: (518) 537-4060

[NI06528] 2003

Glen & Barbara Dort

Deerhaven Rd
Elizaville, NY 12523-0000

Tel.: (518) 537-4494

[NI06533] ERNEST ZAHORSKY Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 111-18-8614 Residence: 12571 Red Hook, Dutchess, NY
Born 2 Sep 1926 Last Benefit:
Died 4 Mar 1991 Issued: NY (Before 1951)

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[NI06535]
1930 United States Federal Census



Blanchard, Alfonse
Age: 50 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Canada Roll: T626_1593
Race: White Page: 9A

State: New York ED: 875

County: Queens Image: 0765

Township: Queens
Relationship: Head

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??????????
Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Louis BLANCHARD M Male 30 Cultivateur
Amalie BLANCHARD M Female 33
Alphonce BLANCHARD Male 1

[NI06536] ?????????

ELSIE BLANCHARD Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 128-40-8423 Residence: 12211 Albany, Albany, NY
Born 1 Jun 1882 Last Benefit:
Died Sep 1980 Issued: NY (1964 And 1966)

[NI06539] http://www.cribbs101.net/arden_cemt.htm

Harrington, J.B. 7-4-1912 d. 2-28-1998 (A06-03) &

Harrington, Lucille 9-12-1920 d.________ (A06-04)

[NI06542]
Thank you for your e-mail my husband is so happy that we have found someone that knows about the family. will Etta is still alive but is in a nursing home in broken bow, OK. the kids live in broken bow and Oklahoma city and okmulgee and north of dequeen Arkansas, we all been looking for Maudie's maiden name. James had 10 kids one died at birth and one was in a car wreak when he was a Senior, but the rest are alive and well, you can call us for some more information if you like,

are home phone is

918-758-0219

our you can write us at

712 E 13th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447

[NI06555] 2. Charles Edwin Hart III b. 9/12/1933 San Francisco, CA - present Marriage 1 Patricia Jean Mascarelli b. 1/14/1935 San Francisco, CA - present on 8/25/1958 in San Francisco, CA
1. Charles Edwin Hart IV b. 9/4/1959 San Francisco, CA - present Marriage 1 Elizabeth Chace Hart b. 4/7/1961 - present on 9/23/1989 in Freemont, CA
1. Chace Gregory Hart b. 6/28/1991 in Orange, CA to present
2. Laura Natalie Hart b. 9/29/1993 in Orange, CA to present
2. Jeffery Joseph Hart b. 12/30/1961 Daily City, CA to present Marriage 2 Dana Boyd (3/20/64 San Francisco on 5/24/97 In San Jose
1. Brianna Lynn Hart b. 6/20/98 in Redwood City, CA
2. Kayla Nicole Hart b. 12/7/99 in Redwood City, CA
3. Constance Louise Hart b. 4/10/1963 in Daily City, CA to present Marriage 2 Ed Chicoine (5/21/64 in Redwood City, CA To present) on 3/31/90 in San Mateo, CA
1. Jessica Anne Chicoine (5/21/91 in Tracy, CA To present)
2. Brent Julian-Anthony Chicoine (2/12//93 in Tracy,CA To present)
3. Conner Hart Chicoine (3/10/97 in Tracy CA To present)
4. Casey Mathieu Chicoine (8/8/2000 in Tracy, CA To present)
4. Anthony Fifield Hart b. 10/5/1965 in Daily City, CA to present Marriage 1 Lisa Thorne b. 5/26/67 in Bishop, CA To present in Bishop, CA on 3/27/93
1. Amber Dawn Hart b. 3/14/94 in Grass Valley, CA To present
2. Ashley Belle Hart b. 3/15/96 in Grass Valley, CA To present
3. Alyssa Leah Hart b. 9/27/2000 in Middletown, CA To present
5. Jacquiline Ann Hart (6/1/1967 in Daily City, CA to present) married Thomas ? Anthony (? In ? To present) on ? In ?
1. Charlie-Jean Anthony (6/5/96 in Los Gatos, CA To present)
2. Alexandra Faith Anthony (5/10/00 in Los Gatos, CA To present)

[NI06593] This may be his Sawmill

http://txgenes.com/TxUpshur/Sawmills.html

Corporate Name: B. F. Eitch
Owner/Company Affiliation: B. F. Eitch
Location: Gladewater
County: Upshur
Comment on Periods of Operation: 1880
Capacity Comments: Unknown
Type of Mill: Lumber
Power Source: Unknown
Equipment: Sawmill
City/Town: Gladewater
Historical Development: The B. F. Eitch sawmill was listed in an 1880 Chicago lumberman directory.

[NI06607] My mom is an Antoine - Ethel's daughter. Ethel was the one that moved to Mt. Cisco. The rest of the family stayed in Sharbot Lake - which isn't a reserve - it's just a small place where the Charbot's who were Native settled.
My mom returned to Canada and married Cecil Hollywood. His father's Name was Arthur Hollywood. Arthur had several brothers - Norris, Ken, Ron. I'm not close with the family - I think because of all the scandel and betrayal - like a soap opera - tipical divorces, affairs - life stuff.
My mom's sister Lois married a Tom ( I think ) Hollywood - he was from New York. I don't know much about him either - sorry - I can try and get a contact name.
Hopefully, this is helpful to you.
I'll be in touch when I find out more.
Sincerely,
Christine Hollywood

[NI06629] Francis Melville s/o John
& Eliza Antoine, farmers of Oso b 6 July 1917, bp 11 Nov 1917

Info from Judi Montgomery

[NI06630] Living with Brother Simon in 1901 and lists himself as single. Wife died or divorced?

[NI06631] 1901 Census shows him French Canadian



Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index)

In the earlier census (1851, 1861 in Lanark Co) as well as his marriage
certif to Mary Bedard, Simon Peter claims to have been born in US (place
unknown) in 1838, he died on 8 Apr 1899.
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BADOUR , SIMON PETER


Sex: Male
Age: 32
Birthplace: UNITED STATES
Religion: Wesleyan Methodist
Origin: FRENCH
Occupation: FARMER
District: LANARK SOUTH ( 079 )
Sub-district: Sherbrooke South ( E )
Page: 37
Microfilm reel: C-10,017
Reference: RG31 — Statistics Canada

Child?
ii HALL, John (b.1865,d.1932),Detroit,MI.,m.Maggie BADOUR,of Frontenac on Apr. 25,1894 at Sharbot Lake,ON.




found on iternet
BADOUR name_game@ca.on.ogs.families 1996-11 published
BADOUR:
Simon Peter b1839? US d1899 Lanark Co
m1 1862 Mary dtr of S & E S BEDARD
m2 c1870 Eliza 1859-1943 dtr of Oliver COTA & Sophia BADOUR
Tryng to confirm Simon Peter's pa Simon Sr b ? France
em Lanark Co via Oswego NY Need info #lwf's prnts d etc
Write Judi MONTGOMERY 1-172 Montreal St Kingston ON K7K 3G4

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Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

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Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Simon BEDON M Male French 42 USA Farmer Methodist
Eliza BEDON Female French 25 Ontario Catholic
Juliah BEDON Female French 20 Ontario Catholic
William BEDON Male French 18 Ontario Catholic
Ephron BEDON Male French 18 Ontario Catholic
Rodie BEDON Female French 16 Ontario Catholic
Christina BEDON Female French 13 Ontario Catholic
Mary BEDON Female French 9 Ontario Catholic
Ann Jane BEDON Female French 7 Ontario Catholic
Simon Peter BEDON Male French 7 Ontario Catholic
John BEDON Male French 5 Ontario Catholic
Ruphas BEDON Male French 1 Ontario Catholic
Mary BEDON M Female French 45 Ontario Catholic


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1871 Ontario Census

- BADOUR , SIMON , PETER
Age [32] Birthplace [UNITED STATES] Religion [ WM] Ethnic Origin [ FRENCH] Occupation [ F]
District [79] Sub District [E] Page [37] County [LAN] Description [Sherbrooke South Twp.]

[NI06632] 1901 Census shows her English Canadian

[NI06642] From Judi Montgomery:

I cannot explain why they list only Mgt, Lewis, Edith and Annie. According
to Fred Antoine (eldest living Antoine ancestor when I interviewed him a few
years ago) Ada was the 3rd child of John & Sophia. We know she married 1st
Simon Badour, because I personally know the members of this family, but we
have no proof (marriage certif etc.) Their first child was born in Dec
1895;
Then we know Mrs Badour, widow age 40 married Simon's brother, William
Badour in 1917 at the Anglican church (OMR# 8746). Although she is listed
as Mrs Mary Edith Badour, she actually signed the form as Mary Ada Badour.
The woman I know 'Aunt Marie' is the daughter of the first marriage who went
to live in the second marriage, so I know these facts are true.

Mary Addie died in 1922, listed on ODR as widow.

[NI06645] Brought nephew, Thomas Hollywood, to Canada with him



Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index)


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ENGLAND , WILLIAM


Sex: Male
Age: 45
Birthplace: IRELAND
Religion: Church of England, Anglican
Origin: IRISH
Occupation: FARMER
District: ADDINGTON ( 064 )
Sub-district: Oso ( L )
Page: 2
Microfilm reel: C-9998
Reference: RG31 — Statistics Canada
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Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

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Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
William ENGLAND M Male Irish 54 Ireland Farmer Church of England
Latisha ENGLAND M Female Irish 54 Ireland Church of England
Sofia ENGLAND Female Irish 22 Ontario Dress Maker Church of England
Margaret ENGLAND Female Irish 20 Ontario Church of England
Ellan Jane ENGLAND Female Irish 20 Ontario Church of England
Latisha ENGLAND Female Irish 19 Ontario Church of England
Sarah E. ENGLAND Female Irish 10 Ontario Church of England
Chancie ENGLAND Male Irish 7 Ontario Church of England


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Source Information:
Census Place Oso, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district K
Page Number 23
Household Number 97

[NI06648] ???
Household Record 1881 Canadian Census


Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Joseph SHARBOTT M Male Indigenous 25 Ontario Farming & Hunting Catholic
Mary SHARBOTT M Female Indigenous 21 Ontario Catholic
Abraham SHARBOTT Male Indigenous 2 Ontario Catholic
Fransway SHARBOTT M Male Indigenous 59 Quebec Catholic
Mary SHARBOTT M Female Indigenous 46 Quebec Catholic
Peter SHARBOTT Male Indigenous 22 Ontario Catholic
John SHARBOTT Male Indigenous 19 Ontario Catholic
Mary Ann SHARBOTT Female Indigenous 17 Ontario Catholic
William SHARBOTT Male Indigenous 15 Ontario Catholic
Elizabeth SHARBOTT Female Indigenous 13 Ontario Catholic
Thomas SHARBOTT Male Indigenous 10 Ontario School Catholic
Margaret SHARBOTT Female Indigenous 1 Ontario Catholic


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Source Information:
Census Place Oso, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district K
Page Number 9
Household Number 40

[NI06654] ???
Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Joseph BEETORE M Male French 29 O Farmer Roman Catholic
Ellen BEETORE W Female French 65 Q Roman Catholic
Julay BEETORE M Female French 33 O Roman Catholic
Margret BEETORE Female French 31 O Roman Catholic
John BEETORE Male French 10 O Roman Catholic
Letecia BEETOARE Female French 6 O Roman Catholic
Delorna BEETORE Male French 1 O Roman Catholic
Micheal CURRIER Male French 85 Quebec Roman Catholic

[NI06671] This last name is a guess based on info given on son's CA death cert.


CONE LELA A FEMALE 5 Apr 1886 14 Nov 1964 ARKANSAS LOS ANGELES 545120400 MCCURDY

[NI06673] Lists mother's maiden name as Blair

[NI06685] listed as "Roy" in 1910 Census

[NI06686] THELMA T TREIBER Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 460-24-2873 Residence: 78028 Kerrville, Kerr, TX
Born 9 Dec 1920 Last Benefit:
Died 5 Nov 1994 Issued: TX (Before 195)

[NI06687] EDITH TREIBER Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 461-20-1952 Residence: 80403 Golden, Jefferson, CO
Born 18 Jun 1924 Last Benefit: 78028 Kerrville, Kerr, TX
Died Apr 1996 Issued: TX (Before 195)

[NI06712] Had one arm amputated at the elbow at age 5 due to a badly set broken arm. Died of cancer.

[NI06757] ??????????????
Name Birth Death Last Residence Last Benefit SSN Issued Tools
RAY O BENTON 17 Oct 1919 14 Jul 1992 76859 (Menard, Menard, TX) (none specified) 444-34-5912 Oklahoma

[NI06760] WILBURN BENTON 07 Oct 1903 Aug 1971 87821 (Datil, Catron, NM) (none specified) 525-82-6811 New Mexico

[NI06761] From Judi Montgomery:

I will tell you a little story about John Oakley. While I was researching
names in Sharbot Lake, I was told about an Antoine lad who was helping move
the cemetery from the edge of Sharbot Lake to Oconto, where most of the
graves are located today, including my grandparents, etc. I was told that
while digging up the old graves at the site, his shovel broke through the
casket of a person who had died of diptheria (I don't know about your part
of the world, but there was a bad outbreak here in the late 1800's) and he
subsequently died of diptheria. I took down the notes as family lore.

While I was researching at the FHC, I came across the death for John Oakley
Antoine, age 17 (1897-Nov 1914), listed as s/o John & Eliza Hollywood
Antoine, who died of diptheria.

[NI06763] Living with her husband and his new wife (???) in 1881 with children from both women. Family information says she was bedridden and very ill. I guess Eliza moved in to help and became the new "wife" while caring for the former wife and all of the children.

[NI06764] ??????????

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

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Household:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Simon BEDORE M Male French 36 O Farm Labourer Roman Catholic
Lauretta BEDORE M Female French 29 O Roman Catholic
Olive BEDORE Female French 11 O School Roman Catholic
John J. BEDORE Male French 8 O School Roman Catholic
Lemuell BEDORE Male French 6 O School Roman Catholic
Allace BEDORE Female French 5 O School Roman Catholic
Fredrick BEDORE Male French 4 O Roman Catholic
William BEDORE Male French 1 O Roman Catholic


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Source Information:
Census Place Bedford, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district J
Page Number 30
Household Number 130

[NI06766] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

[NI06767] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

[NI06768] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

Listed as a male named Ephron?

[NI06769] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

Listed as "Rodie"

[NI06770] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

Listed as Christina

[NI06771] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

[NI06772] Living with father & stepmother in 1881, Oso Twp

[NI06784] Living with widowed sister Roxanna Lovelace 1860
Blacksmith

[NI06794] Not sure if this is a daughter of Allen & Mary.
They list her as a daughter in 1930 census, but she lists her parents birth place as TN?

[NI06810] Spotts, Ben F
Age: 64 Year: 1930
Birthplace: Pennsylvania Roll: T626_1737
Race: White Page: 2B

State: North Dakota ED: 29

County: Logan Image: 0597

Township: Township 135
Relationship: Head


Note in 1920 & 1930 census, he states both of his parents were born in Holland?

[NI06811] Michael Spotts, grandfather of Mrs. Wootten, was born near Lessport, Berks Co., Pa., and later in life went to Union county, where he died at the age of ninety years. His wife was Magdalena Robinson.
Reuben Spotts, son of Michael and the father of Mrs. Wootten, was born near Leesport, and accompanied his parents to Union county. He later moved to South Dakota, where he died. He married Amelia Hassenplug, daughter of Henry Hassenplug, of Mifflinsburg, Union County, and his children were: Margaret A., Mrs. Wootten; Michael, who died in the army; Harriet, m. to Franklin Lusk, of South Dakota; and Charles, who died in Iowa.

[NI06817] Died in the army?

[NI06820] John Wootten was a native of England, born Feb. 24, 1842, at Willenhall, Staffordshire. He was the son of Enoch Wootten, who was born in 1814, and emigrated to America in 1847, making the voyage in a sailing vessel, and located at Reading, where for many years he was an employee of the Philadelphia & Reading Railway Company, in their shops, and later was on the road between Reading and Pottsville. He died at Reading Oct., 1898, aged eighty-four years. He was a member of Chandler Lodge, No. 227, F. & A. M. His wife was Elizabeth Appleby, daughter of John Appleby, of England. Of their children there are still living: Ann, of Willenhall, England; and Mrs. Samuel Russel, of Reading.
John Wootten was but a boy when the family came to this country, and he early learned his father's trade, that of a locksmith. Shortly after the outbreak of the Civil war, he enlisted in Company A, 88th Pa. V. I., and served until September, 1864. His regiment was assigned to the 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. Among the engagements participated in by him may be mentioned: Cedar Mountain, Thoroughfare Gap, Second Bull Run, Chantilly, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Laurel Hill, Spottsylvania, North Anna, Bethesda, White Oak Swamp, Ream's Station and Petersburg. During one of the battles he was captured by the enemy, but he escaped and rejoined his regiment; and toward the close of his term of enlistment he was wounded in the left hand. When Mr. Wootten returned home, upon his honorable discharge, he entered the employ of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company, and for thirteen years worked on the East Penn branch as brakeman and fireman. He was of an industrious and economical disposition. In his religious belief he was of the Evangelical denomination. He was an active and highly respected member of McLean post, No. 16, G. A. R., and of the Union Veteran Legion, No. 43.
On Jan. 9, 1866, Mr. Wootten was married to Margaret A. Spotts, by whom he had twelve children: Annie, m. to Samuel Kalbach, of Reading; Elizabeth; Harriet, widow of James Binns; Mary, m. to Henry Palm; Helen at home; Margaret, m. to Harrison Koch; Harry E., at home; and five, who died young.

[NI06832] Confederate Pension App

Steelman, B. G. (Mrs) 49832 Upshur Steelman, Giles Wilson

(This is son Giles Wilson Steelman's wife.)

[NI06871] Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800
Worchester County
Oxford
page 128
Abijah Kingsbury & Mary Chamberlain, Oct. 23, 1756
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Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 17 Vols.

Volume 9
page 289
Kingsbury, Abijah.Private, Capt. Reuben Sibley's co., Col. Josiah Whitney's regt.; marched July 31, 1778; discharged Sept. 12, 1778; service, 1 mo. 14 days, at Rhode Island; roll dated Sutton; also, Capt. Benjamin Allton's co., Col. John Rand's regt.; enlisted July 9, 1780, 3 days preceding march; discharged Oct. 10, 1780; service, 3 mos. 11 days, at West Point, including travel (180 miles) home; regiment raised for 3 months; roll sworn to at Charlton.


[NI06875] KINGSBURY, LORING
State: VT Year: 1830
County: Windham County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Guildford Page: 031
Database: VT 1830 Federal Census Index

[NI06892] 3225-85 (Frontenac Co): Robert CONONE (or Conorie), 29, farmer, Westneath twp., same, s/o Robert & Mary, married Sophia ENGLAND, 26, Oso twp., same, d/o William & Latitia, witn: Samuel CONONE of Westneath & Sarah J. CHAMBERS of Oso twp., 3 June 1885 at Oso twp

[NI06894] 5599-81 (Lanark Co): William DODD, 23, laborer, Philadelphia USA, Oso, s/o David & Rachel, married Ellen Jane ENGLAND, 21, Oso, same, d/o William & Letitia, witn: William GARRETT of Oso, 16 Nov 1881 at Perth

[NI06904] 1880 Delmar, Tioga, PA Census

194 196 Reppart John 65 M hus farmer PA PA PA
194 196 Sarah 58 F wife housekeeper PA PA PA
194 196 Levina 22 F dau at home PA PA PA
194 196 John 15 M son PA PA PA
194 196 Thomas 3 M son PA PA PA

[NI06905] PATTERSON FRANCIS M Jefferson 32 7S 9W 0 1860/03/01
PATTERSON FRANCIS M Jefferson 32 7S 9W 0 1860/03/01

[NI06906]
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Elisabeth Moore
Groom: Francis Patterson
Bond Date: 17 Aug 1797
County: Lincoln
Record #: 01 097
Bondsman: Wm Moore
Bond #: 000074870


[NI06908] Wm. M. PATTERSON Household
Male

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Other Information:
Birth Year <1827>
Birthplace AR
Age 53
Occupation Farms
Marital Status M
Race W
Head of Household Wm. M. PATTERSON
Relation Self
Father's Birthplace NC
Mother's Birthplace ---

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Source Information:
Census Place Trinity, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255329
NA Film Number T9-1329
Page Number 323B

[NI06914] Smith, TN 1820 Federal Census (INDEX)

81 1584 Patterson George pg0076.txt
78 1472 Patterson Hugh pg0076.txt
78 1473 Patterson James pg0076.txt
78 1468 Patterson John pg0076.txt
79 1521 Patterson John pg0076.txt
79 1535 Patterson John pg0076.txt
81 1585 Patterson John pg0076.txt
78 1471 Patterson John Sen. pg0076.txt
78 1499 Patterson William pg0076.txt
79 1517 Patterson William pg0076.txt

Smith, TN 1830 1830 Federal Census

63 25 Paterson John pg0053.txt
72 24 Patterson Elizabeth pg0065.txt
95 2 Patterson Geo. pg0089.txt
36 4 Patterson Hugh K. pg0029.txt
95 1 Patterson James pg0089.txt
94 18 Patterson Leo pg0089.txt
38 6 Patterson William pg0029.txt
72 23 Patterson Wm. pg0065.txt

[NI06929] Confederate Pension Applications, Upshur County, TX

Eitel, Lucie 36587 Upshur Eitel, William James 19306
Eitel, William James 19306 Upshur

[NI06945] SCOTT COUNTY ARKANSAS
CORONERS INQUISITIONS

Frazier, Thomas C.
1902 (Year of Death)
2

[NI06953] 1880 Census

Peter ZELCH Self M Male W 48 PRUSSIA Farmer PRUSSIA PRUSSIA
Anna K. ZELCH Wife M Female W 49 PRUSSIA Keeping House PRUSSIA PRUSSIA
John ZELCH Son S Male W 19 MN Works On Farm PRUSSIA PRUSSIA
Hermann ZELCH Son S Male W 16 MN Works On Farm PRUSSIA PRUSSIA
Henry J. ZELCH Son S Male W 13 MN Works On Farm PRUSSIA PRUSSIA
Anna ZELCH Dau S Female W 11 MN At Home PRUSSIA PRUSSIA


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Source Information:
Census Place Reserve, Ramsey, Minnesota
Family History Library Film 1254631
NA Film Number T9-0631
Page Number 492A
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Note: This has GOT to be 1898, since records don't even go to 1998!


Minnesota Naturalization Records Index, 1854-1957

Zelch, John
County: Ramsey Reel: 43
Code: 124 Volume: 15
Page: 30 Operator: CONRA
Date: 31 December 1998 Time: 08:49


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Cottage Grove Historic Sites

Zelch House
10174 - 70th St.
This spacious two-story gabled farmhouse occupies the site of Theodore Furber’s 1846 pioneer homestead, one of the earliest nodes of white settlement in southern Washington County. The house itself dates from the 1870’s and includes several additions. For many years it was the residence of John Zelch, a German immigrant who prospered as a breeder of draft horses and was elected to several terms in the state legislature. After Zelch’s retirement, this was the residence of the farm manager on the Cedarhurst estate.
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[NI06954] This appears to be the end of the Edwin Jarvis Hart line.

[NI06955] ZELCH, PETER
CertID# 1915-MN-021017
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Mother Maiden Name: not indexed
not indexed
not indexed
Date of Death:
County of Death: 02/11/1915
RAMSEY

[NI06957] ZELCH, HERMAN
CertID# 1927-MN-023621
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Mother Maiden Name: not indexed
not indexed
not indexed
Date of Death:
County of Death: 07/06/1927
RAMSEY

[NI06964] ???
Belden Cemetery in Grafton, OH

FANNING
F. W. Albert, d May 3, 1869, 56y
Theodore R., d May 22, 1863, 13y

His mother is buried here.

[NI06977] Ida J. Wright, 72, is living with them in 1930. She is listed as Mother-in-law, but was really her grandmother

[NI07006] Hoover, G. A.
Married: Dec 17, 1882 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: F
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book)
File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: M Spouse's name: Fleet, J. W.

[NI07015] Glenwood Cemetery, Gilmer, TX

Pyle, Marriett Barton
b. Jan. 2, 1857 d. Jun. 10, 1930

[NI07032] Steelman, R. L.
Married: May 21, 1881 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: M
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book) File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: F Spouse's name: Osburn, Ella

[NI07053] Steelman, W. D.
Married: Oct 20, 1874 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: M
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book) File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: F Spouse's name: Gravett, Francis M.

[NI07063] ???
Williams,J. B. 3-24-1928 M Vanie Beatris Steelman Lee Arthur Williams

Upshur County Births

[NI07064] Never married

[NI07067] STEELMAN, HUEL DEAN - Pfc. Huel Dean Steelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Steelman, Gilmer, graduate of Harmony HS. Entered Army Air Corps in 1944, trained in Texas and Arizona. Served on Okinawa.

[NI07124] 1880 census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jordan P. PHILLIPS Self M Male W 22 AL Farming AL GA
Mary A. PHILLIPS Wife M Female W 16 GA Keeping House GA GA

Source Information:
Census Place District 1006, Carroll, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254137
NA Film Number T9-0137
Page Number 142B

[NI07143] Notes in the cemetery book say that Davis, his wife and two unnamed children all died in 1852 and are buried together. No headstones.

[NI07170] Household Record 1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James P. MATHEWS Self M Male W 29 MS Farm Labor SC SC
Margrett J. MATHEWS Wife M Female W 25 MS Keeping House SC SC

[NI07176] last name possibly Poor

[NI07186] Household Record 1880 United States Census

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Frank B. TIDWELL Self M Male W 60 TN Farmer NC NC
Daniel TIDWELL Son S Male W 13 TN TN TN


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Source Information:
Census Place District 3, Lake, Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255266
NA Film Number T9-1266
Page Number 27B

[NI07194] GOTTLIEB TREIBER Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 461-26-8010 Residence: 78028 Kerrville, Kerr, TX
Born 18 Apr 1922 Last Benefit: 78028 Kerrville, Kerr, TX
Died Jan 1980 Issued: TX (Before 195)

[NI07195] Still single in 1910 at age 58. Probably never married. Living with two other unmarried/widowed women.

[NI07206] prob married in GA and only lived in FL for about 10 yrs

GOODRUM, WILLIAM
Land Office: TALLAHASSEE Sequence #: 1
Document Number: 5731 Total Acres: 21.23
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: July 28, 1838
Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

[NI07243] WILLEFORD CEMETERY

Located 1/2 mile from Hwy 155 E in a pasture owned by the descendants of the C B and Ninnie Willieford family.

It is said a family camped by Glade Creek and two of their children became sick and died. They were the first to be buried. (Tidwell's)

Jo Beavers had a cement slab made for the graves of his mother Melvirie Beavers Cox and her sister, Sarah Elizabeth
Beavers McDonald.

[NI07249] COX, NARVEL W - F 1/c Narvel W. Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Audie L. Cox, Pritchett, attended Pritchett and Gladewater Schools. Entered Coast Guard, 1942, trained in New Orleans. Served in United States and on Atlantic Coast.

[NI07276] not with family in 1930

[NI07284] Parentage determined by 1930 census. Living next door to W. Burley and N. Alvin, also their parent birthplaces concur with Thomas and Viola's.

[NI07297] Information from my Dad (Raymond Eitel - Son of Rufus Eitel)

My grandfather, Anderson M. “Bud” Eitel, was first married to Rachel (Gage) Eitel, if my memory serves me right. She died quite a while before I came along in 1925. The only one I knew was Adeline (Gage) Eitel, whom we called “Aunt Wid”.




I knew my Dad’s brothers well. Anderson, Ernest, Houston (Bob) and my Dad, Rufus. I think Aunt Wid was married to a Rogers. Her sons I remember were Presley and Will. I was told that my grandfather and Aunt Wid married and raised their families together after losing their spouses. My Dad often mentioned Christine and Grace. I think they were his sisters. This I am not sure. My contact with them was almost nil as I was small. Wish I knew. No one left to ask. Many of the Eitels on the list I am blank on. Sure would like to know about them.

[NI07298] Lists age first married as 22 in 1930 census. Can't read marital status

1930 U.S. Federal Census > Texas > Upshur > Precinct 7 > District 19

[NI07302]
Confederate Pension Applications, Upshur County, TX

Eitel, Lucie 36587 Upshur Eitel, William James 19306
Eitel, William James 19306 Upshur

[NI07322] EITEL, RAYMOND D - MOMM 3/c Raymond D. Eitel, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Eitel, Commerce, graduate of Commerce High. Entered Navy in 1943, trained in San Diego. Served in Philippines, China, Japan, Guadalcanal and Okinawa. Awarded APO Ribbon with 1 Star.

[NI07326] EITEL, O. B - PFC O. B. Eitel, son of Mrs. W. M. Eitel, Latch , husband of Mildred Sullivan, attended Gilmer High. Entered Army in 1945, trained at Ft. Knox, Ky. Served in Japan.

[NI07330] ADELINE DIED GIVING BIRTH TO TRIPLETS

[NI07332] SON OF ROBERT MCNAIR AND ANNA BROOKS MCNAIR. HUSBAND OF ADALINE MABERRY AND HER SISTER SARAH D. MABERRY. FATHER OF TRIPLETTS BURIED IN UNMARKED GRAVE, SON GROVER C., AND DAUGHTER MAUD.

Source: Jim Clair - great grandnephew

[NI07337] District: Bowie
County: Bowie
Grantee: John J. Eitel
Certificate: 6
Patentee: John J. Eitel
Patent Date: 16 Dec 1862
Patent #: 497
Patent Volume: 36
Acres: 140
Class: Bowie 3rd
File: 727

[NI07343] ????????
PINKHAM, OPAL LOU JEWEL EITEL T. C. PINKHAM 2 JUL 1940 f
Underwood, Melda Juan 3-25-1941 F Irene Eitel Oscar E. Underwood
UNDERWOOD, PALEMA JEAN IRENE EITEL OSCAR UNDERWOOD 14 OCT 1946 f


Bowie county births

[NI07347] Note:

In 1930, Roland and Jacqueline were living with their mother, Frances Wright Hollywood, just down the street from Ed and Ethel (Antoine) Stevenson who also had Manuel Antoine living with them at the time.


Melissa A. Hollywood (1974)
F:Thomas W. Hollywood (1950) Marr. 1973 Somers, NY
M:Virginia E. Shepard (1955)

Thomas W. Hollywood (1950) NY
F: Roland J. Hollywood (1925)
M: Lois Stevenson (?)

Roland J. Hollywood (1925) Mt. Kisco, NY
F: Roland Hollywood (ab.1900)- Born in Co. Antrim, N. Ireland
M: Frances (wright?) (ab.1900)

This is the picture I was talking about: on the bottom is written, Gr Gr Grandma Antoine, Ontario, Canada

It Looks like my Grandfather (roland jerome) married Faye's Sister? Lois Stevenson. I know nothing about her side either. when my parents divorced, I never saw any of them except at a funeral service. Anyway, My mom told me something about my Gr. Grandmother leaving my grandfather (Roland jerome) on someones doorstep! And whoever that was, was the person who raised him. I would love to find out.
Anyway, back to the photo, Is this Ethel Antoine and Ed Stevenson?
E-mail me back, OK?
Thanks so Much!!
-Melissa

From Faye Hollywood:
Roland was raised by a Polish family with the surname See. He went by See until he enlisted in WWII when he had to sign up with his birth name. He served as an MP in Italy during WWII. His grandfather was the 2nd Thomas that emigrated directly to NY. The 1st Thomas (James) Hollywood emigrated to Canada.

[NI07348] Janet Phelan Date: February 07, 2002 at 19:28:16
of 82


I'm looking for a Jacqueline Hollywood whose mother was Frances Wright/Rasmusen/Hollywood/clow. Frances was called Bobbie and she was born sept 28, 1909 in NY and died 3/1982 in tuckerton, NJ 08087. Her last marriage was to Dana (Buster) Clow and they lived at 206 Heron Rd. NJ Thanks.

[NI07354] That is how my Mother, Virginia met my Father Thomas. she lived 3 houses
down from the Madsens. On Alder? rd. Lincolndale. My father used to go there a
lot and hang out with his cousins and my mother, ahhhh... fell madly in love.
LOL she said he was so charming. But not at first, she said she used to see
him wearing a ponytail and a bandanna and he looked gross. But he took a liking
to her and cut his hair and used to come calling on her looking as good as he
could and she fell for him. The Madsens still live there. I think Mike Madsen
and his family.

[NI07356] Looking for anyone who has any info on a D. Clow in WWI. He fought for Canada and was part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. He was tall 6"2", 44 years approx, dark complexion, dark hair and eyes. He was missing the tips of his 3rd and 4th fingers right hand. He's sometimes listed as Episcopalian, sometimes Protestant. He was listed as single but was divorced and had 5 children. He was a drinker and had been a fireman on the railroad. At time of enlistment he lived in Vermont. He is also listed as Daniel Clow when his real name was Dana Clow (he actually used a completely different name when his 4th child was born). I believe he was sent to france and england and don't think he actually fought... I think he was a cook. Any help would be great. thanks. (I already have personell his file from the national archives of Canada)

I'm looking for any information on Dana Clow or his wife Lillian Palmer. Dana was born in Hamilton Wentworth County Ontario on April 18, 1874. He married Lillian Palmer and they moved to the US. He had one brother Lester, and one sister Josephine (Josie). He had 5 children - Blanche, Ruth, Dana Jr., Edna, and Dorothy (Dotty). He worked on the railroad and during WWI left the USA to fight in the war for Canada. He fought under the name Daniel Clow. He went AWOl for a few days (I think on a drinking binge) did his time when he finally went back, and was discharged due to a medical reason. Lillian's parents were originally from England and as far as the story goes, Dana Clow's mother was a canadian indian. Any help would be great. Thanks.



Janet Phelan

[NI07430] Mckinney Enquirer
1882

"Closing out all Summer Goods to make room for Fall Goods at Ed MOORE’s. "

[NI07474] must have been a minister or JP as he married hundreds of couples in Upshur County from 1900-1930

[NI07611] son?

District: Harrison; Panola
County: Panola
Grantee: Christopher Barbee
Patentee: Patrick O'Neal
Patent Date: 18 Jun 1872
Patent #: 7
Patent Volume: 40
Acres: 320
Class: Rusk 3rd.
File: 369
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District: Harrison; Panola
County: Panola
Grantee: Christopher Barbee
Certificate: 22/229
Patentee: J. T. Gill
Patent Date: 14 Nov 1878
Patent #: 517
Patent Volume: 44
Acres: 177.45
Class: Rusk 3rd.
File: 588

[NI07628] Nancy Crews
Birth: 1768-- , Bedford County, VA
Death:
1843 -- Franklin County, TN
Spouse: John C Mcqueen
Parents: David Milton Crews, Annie Magee Mcgehee

[NI07823] FRANK PATTERSON
Male Family


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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Marriages:
Spouse: POLEAN BOGY Family
Marriage: 06 FEB 1880 , Jefferson, Arkansas

Husband Age at Marriage: 23
Wife Age at Marriage: 14

[NI07853] ( after his sister Melissa, learned of his death and burial in Jefferson Barracks, she took a buck-board to Rolla from Salem, traveled by train to St. Louis and had her bro. disintered and brought him home to rest in the family cemetery all by herself.),

[NI07874] lived just W. of Salem---lived &died, same home; worked for Butler-Vernon Merchantile Co., started Ray-Dilworth Jewelry Store with Ben Ray1898, also farmed

[NI07953]
Civil War Service Records
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge Notes Allegiance
Reddick Ransom E 5 Missouri Infantry. Private Private Confederate

[NI08006] died young TB

[NI08037] CRAVEN, Sabrina A., Row 11, Next to Alice Burbank Wellman, Mortuary marker
Marble slab with Craven, Nathaniel , Subrina A., No dates,

[NI08046] Burbanks, Angeline vs A 1889 Divorce Marion Genealogical 3338

[NI08049] ???
Burbank, Barbara E vs James T 1868 Divorce Marion Genealogical 1712



Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Darius MC CLARAN Self S Male W 35 OH Stock Raiser OH OH
James BURBANK Other W Male W 35 IA Works On Farm --- ---


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Source Information:
Census Place Heppner, Umatilla, Oregon
Family History Library Film 1255084
NA Film Number T9-1084
Page Number 81D

[NI08050] Persons in Lake Co. in State 50 Years
Complete List of Residents In Lake County Fifty Years or More


Kimball, Vernon Douglas Wauconda Aug 11, 1864 1864

[NI08052] Henson, Lucy & Burbank, Albert 1919 Marriage Benton Genealogical 8-432a


Oregon Death Index, 1903-98
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches



Name: Burbank, Albert
County: Polk
Death Date: 13 Feb 1949
Certificate: 2300

[NI08053] Burbanks, Sarah & Peggs, Daniel E 1891 Marriage Benton Genealogical 6-344

[NI08070] Interment Record for Elizabeth Ann Butolph BURBANK
Name: Elizabeth Ann Butolph BURBANK
Born: 11 Mar 1862
Died or Buried: 3 Oct 1942
Buried: Oaklawn Cemetery
Section: 1, row 48, grave 5
County/State: Benton, OR

Fran Melheim melheimom@hotmail.com 2002-05-03 11:33:31
Elizabeth Ann Abercrombie (Butolph) Burbank was born in Ottumwa, Iowa, the first child of Charles and Naomi Abercrombie. She married Leslie A. Butolph in Iowa in 1878. They lived in Missouri for a time as two of their six children were born there, the rest being born in Iowa. Two of the children died young. Elizabeth and her husband and children migrated to Oregon by 1903. After 1904, her parents and most of her siblings also migrated to OR. Leslie died in 1936. Elizabeth remarried to Albert Asa Burbank. Asa outlived her, dying in 1949.

Password:

[NI08073] McBeth, Mary & Burbank, Alfred A 1927 Marriage Benton Genealogical 9-440a

[NI08129] I think I have conclusively linked my great grandmother to David Johnston's
daughter Matilda.
On the 1870 Trinity County census, my great grandparents Joe and Matildie
Cunningham are listed as household no. 78. Cushman Johnston is no. 76 and
David Johnston is no. 81. Lizzie
Andrews and Thomas and William Hashaw are listed in David Johnston's
household. Matildie Cunningham must be the daughter of David, the child
between Elizabeth and Cushman on the 1850 Houston County census. I think
it's very unlikely that these close neighbors, two of whom, Cushman and Joe
Cunningham were in Company G of the 22nd Texas Infantry together, would be
related, two as brother and father and one as husband, to entirely different
Matilda Johnston/Johnson's born in Louisiana around 1837/38.

Also, all three families have a Martin child with them. Marie Martin, 18,
lived in Cushman's house, Susan Martin, 12, lived with my great
grandparents, and William Martin, 15, lived in David Johnston's household.
I'm thinking that these could be the children of David's daughter Racheal,
who was 20 on the 1850 census. Perhaps they were orphaned by 1870.

[NI08217] From: JoanCardon@aol.com
To: woneal8@comcast.net ; mihartman@homexpressway.net
Cc: JustGranni@aol.com
Sent: Monday, August 11, 2003 4:31 PM
Subject: Rollo-Crauswell


Dear Bill:
J.B. ROLLO was my 1st cousin, once removed. Our common ancestor is Benjamin E. Rollo & Annie Catherine Harrelson. J. B. Rollo's father was Kent Rollo who died 6 Dec 1995 & his mother was Lillie Ethel Townsend. They divorced later after having 5 children & Uncle Kent married 3 more times. J.B.'s brother Roy Rollo died 9 Jan 2001 & was buried in the Weldon Cemetery Lovelady, Houston, Texas. I do not keep lots of current family information, so I do not have anything on Darlene, but if I remember correctly she & J.B. were married & later divorced. I will contact my Aunt Nellie on that.

[NI08226] had mother and sisters living with him in 1880...unmarried

[NI08230] unmarried in 1880 living with brother William

[NI08231] unmarried in 1880 living with brother William

[NI08374] Schuyler County, Illinois
1861 Militia Roll Record

Complete list of all ablebodied male citizens in Schuyler county between the ages of 18 - 45 years subject to military duty.

HOUSTEN, Henry J. - Oakland
HOUSTEN, John P. - Oakland
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The first mill in the township was a saw-mill, water-power, built by John Houston, on the west branch of Sugar creek, near the Oil Hill post office.

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List of Jurors
1847 - 1849
Petit Jurors March Term 1849
paid John Houston 4 days 4.50

[NI08376] Schuyler County, Illinois
1861 Militia Roll Record

Complete list of all ablebodied male citizens in Schuyler county between the ages of 18 - 45 years subject to military duty.

HOUSTEN, Henry J. - Oakland
HOUSTEN, John P. - Oakland
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Oakland Township History

The township has had the following representation in the board of supervisors:
1875 - Henry J. Houston

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Schuyler County, Illinois
Our California Boys
1850

The Schuyler Citizen
Tuesday, March 8, 1859

List of persons who left Schuyler County for California by the Overland Route, in 1850

Henry Houston

[NI08379] Prairie Farmer's Directory
of
Brown and Schuyler Counties
Illinois
1918

Houston, John L. (Minnie Scripps) Ch *Ruth S., *Henry S., *Walter R.; "Prairie Farm" Rushville R1 Buena Vista Sec14 O250a (1860) Schuyler County Tel. Rushville

[NI08381] ???
In 1929, Rushville's first airfield and hangar was created by Chester Sargent and Don Ward on the Walter Houston farm in a cow pasture. Later the airport was moved to the Judge Teel farm north of Rushville. The name "Rushville" was written in six foot letters on the hangar roof, and the airport was listed on the National Air Map.

[NI08439] California Death Records

HURST HETTIE BEATRICE FEMALE 13 Apr 1907 7 Oct 1991 MISSOURI RIVERSIDE 553051822 SLOAN TRAVIS

[NI08550] AREY, WINSLOW
State: ME Year: 1860
County: Penobscot County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Hampden Page: 347
Database: ME 1860 Federal Census Index

[NI08562] not sure of this first name...could be N.W.??? Taken from 1870 census

[NI08592] Bartley L. HARRINGTON Self M Male W 29 KS Laborer AR KY (Birth Place s/b AR as noted by children's father born)
Roxanna R. HARRINGTON Wife M Female W 22 TX K. House MO MO
Allen J. HARRINGTON Son S Male W 6 TX AR TX
Chepway HARRINGTON Dau S Female W 4 TX AR TX
Elizabeth J. HARRINGTON MotherL S Female W 55 IL TN KY


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Source Information:
Census Place Lampasas, Lampasas, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255314
NA Film Number T9-1314
Page Number 290D


Can't figure out this motherL....neither adult listes their mother as being born in IL??? Maybe it is a stepmother?

[NI08596] I originally thought she was married to his son, Aaron J. b. 1847, but she is listed as the wife of this Aaron in the 1880 census. It is possible the son died and she moved in with the father or I had the marriage wrong.....
Since she is listed as his wife, I am changing the information here until further research proves wrong.


here's another possibility

Frisby,M. E. Mrs. Busby, M. V. 49 15 May 1884 Dawson, W.W. JP

[NI08743] The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume III
Number 1, Winter, 1975
Estate Partitions in the Washington District Court of Equity, 1803-1826

SCMAR, Vol. III, Winter 1975, No. 1, p.16
Petition of Mark Parkins sheweth that he is an infant under age of 21 and above 14 years. Prays that Sampson Pope may be appointed his guardian.
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[NI08744] April 23, 1682

Left "southward" and left his brothers-in-law, Jeremiah & Joseph Neale, his land, house and "several children"

Salem Quarterly Report V IX Pg 542

(Possibly Lydia had died.)

Joseph Neale sued his brother-in-law, Jonathan Hart over a debt and won the verdict. Apparently Joseph had been taking care of Jonathan's daughter Sarah for 3 years. He was awarded Jonathan's property after the court determined that 3 years of care for a five year old costs 26li.

Salem Quarterly Report V IX Pg 541

[NI08746] File #: 12590
Name: Jonathan Hart; Hartt; Heart
File Date: 30 Dec 1720
Residence: Salem
Type: testate

[NI08747] File #: 12601
Name: Sarah Hart; Hartt; Heart
File Date: 25 Jun 1733
Residence: Salem
Type: intestate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

[NI08749] I believe this John may be the father of Jacob b. 1710 who lived in Walpole and Dedham.

[NI08758] ??

File #: 29098
Name: John Webber; Weber
File Date: 02 Apr 1792
Residence: Marblehead
Occupation: fisherman
Type: intestate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

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File #: 29099
Name: Capt. John Webber; Weber
File Date: 06 Mar 1798
Residence: Marblehead
Occupation: shoreman
Type: intestate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

[NI08760] Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County

Jno. made freeman 1645, May 9th

Jno. Hart mentioned in George Pollard will of Marblehead Mar. 16, 1646

John Hart granted permission for a house of entertainment in Marblehead

June 1661 - brought to court for not completing a fishing trip

1659 sued for 5 pounds of mackerel due him from fishing

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This Hart family and their descendants were involved in the Salem Witch Trials, but not as accused. There is no relationship with these Harts and the Elizabeth Hart who was an accused witch. She descends from Isaac Hart of Lynn, MA.

[NI08763] Edward and his wife were fined for fornicating before marriage in Nov. 1659,

Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County

[NI08797] Salem Birth registers lists his birth and adds
("taken from ye redgester book in Barkwill Church, so called in Werrickshire, near ye Citty of Coventre in old England."


)File #: 18027
Name: Thomas Maul; Maule; Maull
File Date: 02 Jul 1724
Residence: Salem
Occupation: shopkeeper
Type: testate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840


Essex County, Massachusetts Depositions, 1636-86

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Name: Maule, Thomas
Age: 32
Year: 1680
Vol:page: 7:423
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Name: Maule, Thomas
Age: 40
Year: 1685
Vol:page: 9:432

Salem Quarterly Report V IX Pg 156
Owned a shop in Salem. Reported theft by his apprentice Jonathan Flint age 16 in 168. There was also a very lengthy complaint filed by an irish servant girl about Thomas severly beating her and making her work on holy days. see att bmp.

[NI08801] File #: 18026
Name: John Maul; Maule; Maull
File Date: 30 Dec 1730
Residence: Salem
Type: intestate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

[NI08806] File #: 3452
Name: Dr. Bartholomew Brown; Browne
File Date: 22 Jul 1717
Residence: Salem
Occupation: physician
Type: intestate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

File #: 3462
Name: Benjamin Brown; Browne
File Date: 20 Dec 1708
Residence: Salem
Occupation: merchant
Type: testate
Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

[NI08966] This child was listed with the Harrington family in 1910 as Bird's stepson?????

[NI08972] Is this J.M.?

[NI09044] 1850 - Living with Lyman Young family. Prob not related as they are born in NY

[NI09049] IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
North America
Search Results | Download | Pedigree

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John Wells
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Event(s):
Birth: 30 OCT 1819 Sharon, Windsor, Vermont

[NI09070] Possible son?

1870 U.S. Federal Census > Vermont > Windsor > Sharon

Bruce, Harry Age 51

[NI09105] living with parents, unmarried 1870

[NI09110] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > Massachusetts > East Brookfield City > 11 > Draft Card C

States:
Medium Height
Stout Build
Blue Eyes
Brown Hair

[NI09134] Court, Land, Probate Records > Boston, Massachusetts, Report of the Record Commissioners, Miscellaneous Papers

A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston, Containing Miscellaneous Papers.
Admissions to the Town of Boston, 1670-1700
Aprill 27th 1685 , David Copp , Shoowe maker, became surety to the town for David Jones , Shoe maker, and his family.


I, Daved Cop , of Boston , Cordwindr, doe bind myself to Capt. Thomas Brattle , treasurer of the Towne of Boston in the Sum of fourty pounds that Samll Wilson Shall not be Chargeable to the towne. 23 ffebr 1679-80 .

[NI09159] Database: Alabama Land Records

December 24, 2004
4:03 PM


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Personal Information What to do next?

Name: HUGH B GREENWOOD
Land Office: TUSCALOOSA
Document Number: 20187
Total Acres: 39.92
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: September 2, 1839
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 NENE HUNTSVILLE No 19S 2E 18



[NI09161] Listed in Mary's obituary as "brother", but other's are listed as 1/2 brother...???

[NI09169] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record
about William H Baugh
Name: William H Baugh
Death Day: 3
Death Month: Oct
Death Year: 1924
County: Hot Spring
Roll Number: 19241933

[NI09190] Smorang information:

My Mom - Sally Minnie Smorang born April 25, 1932 in Libau, MB

Her parents: Mary Kaleski and John Smorang

Mary's Parents were - Dora Kabez and Peter Kaleski

Mary was born in 1914 ? My mom is not sure.

John's parents were - Mary Kwaitkowsik and Mike Smorang

John was born in 1902, my mom con't remember the birth months for either.


Now for my Dad's family -

Joesph Hryhorko born September 10, 1933 in Rambrandt, MB

Annie Wowchuk and Harry Hryhorko

The Wowchuk family arrived in Canada in 1903? and Annie was born in 1896 or 1895. Annie was married 3 times, Bartko Slobodzian, then Harry Hryhorko, and finally Mike Kozak, she out lived them all.

The Hryhorko family my dad is going to find out what he can from his step-sister in Red Lake, Ontario. Apparently she remembers everything. And my Mom said she would talk to one of her aunt's that also remembers everything. My Dad sis say that there were 2 other spellings to his last name, Hryhorka and Hryhorkiw.

[NI09319] Metcalf, Wilder S., Gen.

Released 29 March 2004
A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans



Gen. Wilder S. Metcalf has been a resident of Kansas since 1887, and developed and is now sole owner of the business known as the Wilder S. Metcalf Farm Mortgage Agency at Lawrence. It is one of the oldest and best known agencies of the kind in the state and its business operations cover twenty-five or thirty counties in Kansas and Oklahoma.

He is the only man who held the office of United States pension agent at Topeka for two successive terms. The Topeka agency was the largest in the United States, covering five states, and through it were distributed more than $18,000,000 annually in pensions. General Metcalf was appointed to the office by President Roosevelt in December, 1901, taking charge of the office on March 1, 1902, was reappointed by Mr. Roosevelt in January, 1906, and managed the agency until September 1, 1910.

He is perhaps most widely known for his active connection with military affairs. Before coming to Kansas he was a resident of Ohio and for three years was a member of the Ohio National Guard, advancing from private to first lieutenant. At Lawrence he enlisted as a private in the Kansas National Guard. He held every position in the First Regiment from private to colonel, and was colonel in 1898 when the Spanish-American war broke out. He accepted a commission as major in the famous Twentieth Kansas Regiment under Col. Frederick Funston. He spent a year in the Philippines and from May to October, 1899, was in command of his regiment during the Filipino insurrection. He became colonel of the regiment upon Colonel Funston's promotion to brigadier general, and received every vote of the regiment except one. In October the Twentieth Kansas returned home. General Metcalf was twice wounded during this service. In the fall of 1899 he was brevetted brigadier general by President McKinley. He soon afterwards resumed the position of colonel of the First Infantry of the Kansas National Guard. In 1909 the secretary of war appointed him a member of the National Militia Board, consisting of five members. He was colonel of the First Kansas Regiment during the service on the Mexican border in 1916.

Wilder Stevens Metcalf was born at Milo, Maine, September 10, 1855. He spent most of his youth in Elyria, Ohio, where various members of the family still reside. The Metcalfs have been prominent for generations. They have achieved success and distinction in business and military affairs in various professions, and many of them have been widely known as scholars and educators. The publication "Who's Who in America" contains sketches of many Metcalfs, including General Metcalf, and several of his relatives.
Wilder S. Metcalf was reared in Elyria, graduating from the Elyria High School in 1872, and from Oberlin College in 1878. After leaving college he became bookkeeper for a wholesale cheese and butter firm at Wellington, Ohio. In 1887 he removed to Kansas, and on the first of April of that year located at Lawrence and became associated with Edward Russell in the farm mortgage business. The firm of Russell & Metcalf continued until the death of Mr. Russell in 1898. Since then General Metcalf had been sole owner of the business.

General Metcalf was delegate at large in the republican national convention at Philadelphia in 1900, when McKinley and Roosevelt were nominated to head the party ticket. While General Metcalf was absent on the Mexican border in 1916 he was nominated for the State Senate, and was elected in November of that year. For eighteen years he served as a member of the Lawrence School Board and several years as its president. He is a member of the Military Order of Foreign Wars, Army of the Philippines, of the United Spanish War Veterans, the Military Order Carabao, and had a congressional medal for service in the Philippines. He also belongs to the Army and Navy Club of Washington, the Kansas City Club, the University Club of Kansas City, the Topeka Club, the Phi Gamma Delta, the Phi Delta Phi, and is a Knight Templar and a noble of the Mystic Shrine. General Metcalf was married July 30, 1878, to Mary Eliza Crosier of Wellington, Ohio. Mrs. Metcalf died September 8, 1914. He later married Alice L. Bullene.

[NI09341] possible children:


Mary, d. Ebenezer and Mary, Mar. 23, 1762.
David, s. Ebenezer and Mary, Sept. 27, 1764.

[NI09435] Still single at age 42 in 1930

[NI09449] [ezell.FTW]

There was an 11 yr old Raymond Gonzales, Jr. living with his parents in 1930 in Houston on Keiser St. near Sawyer. The parents, Raymond, Sr. & Apolonia were born in Mexico and came to Texas in 1920. Raymond was born in 1897 and his wife was born in 1907. Raymond, Jr. was born in Mexico in 1919, but his siblings, Rudolph(?), Arturo, Rueben & Ruth were born in Texas.

[NI09451] [ezell.FTW]


WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Viewing records 1-5 of 5 Matches


Turnipseed, William Louis
Birth Date: 22 Aug 1894 Ethnicity: W
Birth Place: Natchez MS City/County: Warren
State: MS



Turnipseed, William Louis 22 Aug 1894 W Natchez MS Warren MS


means that he was in Warren Co., MS around 1917

Living with him in 1930 is Leola Tullos or Dullos listed as "sister". She was also born in MS and is 18 in 1930. I have no sibling for him born after 1901.

1930 census also states that he was a veteran of WWI.

[NI09457] [ezell.FTW]

David Burns TURNIPSEED ofSharkey County. He was born in 1827 and died at the ConfederateSoldiers Home Beauvoir and Biloxi, Ms. in 1910. He was marriedthree times: (1) Permelia Jane Moore (1839-1870); (2) MaryElizabeth Walters (1870-1883); (3) Margaret A. Walters(1855-1903).

[NI09458] [ezell.FTW]

Will of Thomas Moore, Deceased, Page 171, #1212; Sardis Courthouse, Panola Co., MS

In the name of God, Amen! I, Thomas Moore, of the County of Panola and the State of Mississippi, being frail and feeble in body, but of a sound and disposing mind, do this day June the 12th 1875, make this my last will and testament, to-wit:

Item first. I will and bequeath unto my wife Lydia Margaret Moore my plantation on which I now reside in the County and State aforesaid, together with all personal property, household fixtures, and my interest in the growing crops of the same, and known and designated as a part of the South East quarter of Section thirty, Town nine, Range seven West; also all that fraction of the South West quarter of Section twenty nine, in Township nine, Range seven West, containing one hundred and ninety acres more or less, for her use and benefit during her natural life, and at her death, the same is to revert to our son, Gabriel Moore, whom we make our heir to the same.

Item 2d I will and bequeath to my son Gabriel Moore, for his own immediate use and benefit, my gold watch, and the bay horse, two years old, and hereby confirm to him all the remainder of realty in the town of Beaureguard and the County of Copiah, State of Mississippi which lots are due to him in his own name and on the record of said County.

Item 3d I hereby appoint as administrator of this my last will and testament George W. Thedford, and confirm to him the Deed of Conveyance executed to him for the purposes therein stated and bearing this date of June 12th, A.D. 1875, and hereby again vest in him & his heirs (?) a fee simple title in and to the said Lot No. (?) and Block No. 11 of the town of Beaureguard and County of Copiah and State of Mississippi.

Item 4th To my elder children, Elizabeth Higdon and John Higdon her husband, Jno. G. Moore, Margaret Emily Martin, Jane Turnipseed, heirs Malinda Ann Gowen, Alice Sessions and Rosetta*Graves, all my beloved children to whom I have given and granted such facilities for life and education as I have best been able to do from time and such property interest as has been given to them from time, I hereby confirm all such gifts to them of whatsoever kind they may have been.

Thomas Moore {SEAL}

Signed, sealed and delivered this the day and date above written in presence of

Witness

H. Moseley, Samuel D. Johns, Mat M. Wells, J.A. Blair

Filed by G. W. Thedford and admitted to record August 5th 1875

[NI09467] [ezell.FTW]

There were three Turnipseed children buried in the city cemetery in unmarked graves: Grover Cleveland, 11 months old, in Oct. l885; Cora, 10yrs old, in July 1899; and Blrch, 7 yrs old, in May 1903. All died of different illnesses, none with yellow fever or such illnesses. Also, there is a John Turnipseed, Jan 14, l886-Jan 9, 1937, buried in a marked grave in this cemetery.

[NI09468] [ezell.FTW]

WWI Civilian Draft Registrations

Turnipseed, John Groda?
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1886 Ethnicity: W
Birth Place: City/County: Issaquena
State: MS


There were three Turnipseed children buried in the city cemetery in unmarked graves: Grover Cleveland, 11 months old, in Oct. l885; Cora, 10yrs old, in July 1899; and Blrch, 7 yrs old, in May 1903. All died of different illnesses, none with yellow fever or such illnesses. Also, there is a John Turnipseed, Jan 14, l886-Jan 9, 1937, buried in a marked grave in this cemetery.

[NI09469] [ezell.FTW]

???

U.S. Military: Great White Fleet (Atlantic Fleet bound for the Pacific, 16 December 1907)
Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches


Surname Initials Ship
Turnipseed D. E. Truxtun

[NI09470] [ezell.FTW]

There were three Turnipseed children buried in the city cemetery in unmarked graves: Grover Cleveland, 11 months old, in Oct. l885; Cora, 10yrs old, in July 1899; and Blrch, 7 yrs old, in May 1903. All died of different illnesses, none with yellow fever or such illnesses. Also, there is a John Turnipseed, Jan 14, l886-Jan 9, 1937, buried in a marked grave in this cemetery.

[NI09472] [ezell.FTW]

1920 Census for Natchez, Mississippi

There is a Lucille Turnipseed, 18, living with:

Jaegler(?)., Joseph 56
his wife, Mary E. 44
daughter, Katie, 15
son, Joseph, Jr., 14

Lucille's relationship looks like niece or sister. This can't be her sister, she is too old...possibly an aunt???

[NI09473] [ezell.FTW]

1920 Meridian, Lauderdale Co., MS

Daisy Turnipseed, Single, Age 39 is rooming at the home of Sfeidle????

[NI09479] Living with Nancy and J.C. Humphries (who was a Baptist minister) and worked as a clerk in 1860.

[NI09486] November 1880 8 Day Frank and his pap hauling cotton Ida Come home with Lillie I go to Bens walked through the field leg nearly broke by a cow kicking me this morning go any way want to See Louisa and I seen her She can talk yet Ben and old Henry hauling corn Pea gone to work at the mill
[BTM] Ida Marshall came back home with Lillie. Rhoda had her close call’s with animals both farm and wild ones. A kick in the leg by a cow can be very painful, she was very “lucky” her leg was not broken while walking to see her daughter Lousia wife of Ben Gage. Was “old Henry”, Ben’s Uncle Henry Gage? Pea working at the Mill, was it the same Mill where Frank and Capt. Totty hauled their cotton?

14 Day Sunday Ben and Louisa Come Frank and Mollie gone to Bourlands Charley and Mary come I was glad To see mary looked So natural I have been feeling badly all day not Sick either some thing going to happen that has not Happened yet
[BTM] Rhoda’s daughter Louisa (Totty) and husband Ben Gage came for a Sunday visit, while Frank and Mollie (Springer) Totty went to visit her sister Bally (Springer) and Sam Bourland. Charley and Mary, ex-boarders of Rhoad and Capt Totty, came by for a visit also

[NI09558] 1930 United States Federal Census > Michigan > Genesee > Montrose > District 81

Living with his parents instead of his wife and 2 sons

[NI09576] Born in Germany. Possibly Leonard's brother???Almost 20 yrs difference tho...

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Name: August Wagenlander
Death Date: 22 May 1921
Veteran Service Start Date: 22 Feb 1865
Veteran Service End Date: 5 Aug 1865
Rank: PVT INFANTRY
Last known address: VA Medical Center 4100 West Third Street Dayton , OH 45428
Interment Date: 22 May 1921
Cemetery: Dayton National Cemetery
Buried At: Section 2 Row 16 Site 32
Cemetery URL: http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/dayton.htm

[NI09583] Could not find him in the census after 1860. Civil war?

[NI09586] Date of death: 17-Aug-1869
Ledger Page: 382
Record Number: 238
Place of death: Riga Mi
County of Death: Lenawee
Sex: Male
Race: WHITE
Marital Status: Single
Age: 7 years 2 months 2 days
Cause of Death: CHOLERA INFANTUM
Birthplace: OHIO
Occupation:
Father's Name: Wagonlouder, LEONARD
Father's Residence: RIGA MI
Mother's Name: ,
Mother's Residence:
Date of record: 21-Jul-1870

[NI09587] Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000


Name: August C Wagenlander
Death Date: 11 July , 1956
Death Place: Campbell
Age: 072
Residence: Campbell
Volume: 27
Certificate: 13496

[NI09594] Name: Wilbur Wagenlander
Arrival Date: May 1951
Age: 41 years
Estimated Birth Year: 1910
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Honolulu, Hawaii
Ship Name: Lurline
Port of Arrival: San Francisco
Birthplace: Gibsonburg, Ohio

[NI09610] I'm looking for more information about George S. and Hannah (Wagenlander) Weinmann. George S. Weinmann died in Groningen, Germany between 1850 and 1856, at that time a part of Wurtemberg. He had two sons and two daughters, George Weinmann, born July 16, 1839 and traveled to America in 1856 to Hancock County OH., to live with his Uncle Leonard Wagenlander, Michael Weinmann, Sophia Weinmann who married John Feedman and Barbara Weinmann. When George Weinmann came to OH he changed the spelling of his name to Wineman to sound more American.

Shortly after George came to America in 1856 he was followed by his sisters and mother Hannah who settled and died in ILL. His Brother Michael came last and settled in MI.


Is this George?
Name: Georg Wagenlander
Arrival Date: 2 Jun 1856
Estimated Birth Year: 1839
Age: 17
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Le Havre, France
Destination: United States of America
Place of Origin: Württemberg
Ship Name: Zurich
Port of Arrival: New York
Line: 12
Microfilm Roll: 162
List Number: 410

[NI09618]
Sandusky, OH Daily Register, 20 Jan 1908, page 8, col 5 Mrs Sarah Taylor Dies
Mrs Sarah Stanbury Taylor died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Helen
Mixter, 736 Colby avenue, Toledo, at 3 o'clock Saturday morning, aged 74
years.
She leaves to mourn their loss seven daughters, Mrs Riley Rockwell of
Marysville, Kas; Mrs George Wagonlander of Toledo; Mrs Henry I. Emerson of
Cleveland; Mrs John P. Cole of Norwalk; Mrs L.W. House of Perkins; Mrs Helen
Mixter of Toledo and Mrs Alfred States of Norwalk and one son, Grant Taylor of
Toledo.
The remains will arrive in this city this morning at 11:40 over the Lake Shore
and will be interred in the family lot in Oakland cemetery. Brief services
will be conducted at the grave by Rev.Givler.

[NI09733] probably moved from Bridgewater after 1781 - no records after that

[NI09848] Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949
Biographies
H
page 1277
HART, Thomas Charles, a Senator from Connecticut; born in Davison, Genesee County, Mich., June 12, 1877; attended various public schools in Michigan; was graduated from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., in 1897; served in the Regular Navy from graduation until February 14, 1945, when placed on the inactive list as an admiral (retired); his naval career covered service afloat during the Spanish-American War and both World Wars; received the Distinguished Service Medal; appointed as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Francis T. Maloney and served from February 15, 1945, to November 5, 1946; was not a candidate for nomination to the vacancy in 1946; retired from political activities and is a resident of Sharon, Conn.



Thomas Charles Hart
Admiral, United States Navy
United States Senator

Biographical Sketch by Lynna Kay Shuffield
Admiral Hart (Service No. 2387) was born on 12 June 1877 in Davison, Genesee County, Michigan, the son of John Mansfield Hart and Isabella Ramsey Hart. In 1897, he graduated 13th in his class of 47 from the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland (Alumni No. 2273). He was commissioned in 1899. He graduated from the Naval War College in 1923 and from the Army War College in 1924. He was also a graduate of the Armed Forces Staff School and the National War College.


US Navy Photo

In 1898, during the Spanish-American War, he served in Cuban waters, as part of the blockade, aboard the messenger boat USS Vixen. During July 1898, along with Theodore Roosevelt, he fought in the Battle of Santiago.

Later in his career, he served as a Lieutenant and Division Officer aboard the Battleship, USS Missouri (BB-11) and as Commander of the torpedo boat destroyer, USS Lawrence (DD-8). He was qualified for Command of Submarines and during World War I, he was assigned as a commander of submarine operations in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans as Director of Submarines at the Navy Department.

After World War I, he commanded the Battleship, USS Mississippi (BB-41) and later Submarine Divisions, Battle Fleet, and Submarine Force, U.S. Fleet. He was promoted to Rear Admiral in Sept 1929. From 1931 through 1934, he was the Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy.

He was promoted to Admiral in July 1939 and became Commander-in-Chief of the Asiatic Fleet. The USS Houston (CA-30) became Admiral Hart's flagship on 19 November 1940. He remained aboard until 9 July 1941, when he shifted his flag to the yacht USS Isabel (PY-10). Admiral Hart was in Manila, Philippine Islands when the Japanese struck at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941. On 26 December 1941, two-days after General Douglas MacArthur left for Australia, Admiral Hart left Manila for Soerabaja, Java in the submarine USS Shark (SS-174).

The tense Far Eastern diplomatic situation finally degenerated into war, and in January 1942, although past retirement age, Admiral Hart became the Allied Naval Commander of the American-British-Dutch-Australian Forces (ABDA). After fighting a desperate defensive withdrawal, he was replaced, for political reasons, by Admiral C. E. L. Helfrich of the Dutch Navy. His command being obliterated in the subsequent naval operations, he was detached and retired in the rank of admiral in July 1942. He returned to active duty in Aug 1942 as a member of the U.S. Navy's General Board and served as Chairman of the U.S. Navy's Board of Awards until October 1942.

During 1942, from his farm in Connecticut, Admiral Hart wrote several articles for the Saturday Evening Post criticizing the United States' preparations at Pearl Harbor prior to the Japanese attack there. In early 1944, he assisted in the study of the Pearl Harbor disaster.

In February 1945, he again retired from active duty to fill a vacancy, due to the death of the late Senator Francis T. Maloney, in the U.S. Senate from Connecticut. He was appointed by Governor Raymond Baldwin, a Republican. He did not run for election to a full term.

He returned to Sharon, Connecticut where he lived until his death at the age of 94 on 4 July 1971. Funeral services were held at the First Church of Christ Congregational in Sharon, Connecticut. On 8 July 1971, he was buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia (Section 8, Grave 5184-A). His wife is buried with him and his son, LieutenantCommander Hart, is buried nearby.

His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal (for World War I service), received from President Roosevelt a Gold Star in lieu of the Second Distinguished Service Medal, Spanish Campaign Medal, Sampson Medal with six bars, Mexican Service Medal, World War I Victory Medal with Submarine Clasp, China Service Medal, American Defense Service Medal with Fleet Clasp, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, American Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Order of the Orange-Nassau with sword by the Government of the Netherlands.

Admiral Hart was also honored with an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Wesleyan College in 1945.

He was married to Caroline Robinson Brownson Hart, daughter of the former Naval Academy Superintendent, Rear Admiral Willard H. Brownson. The farm where Admiral Hart lived in Sharon, Connecticut had been in the Brownson family since it was purchased from a member of George Washington's staff in 1770.

His children: Lieutenant Commander Thomas Comins Hart (Class of 1939, U.S. Naval Academy, died of leukemia in 1945) commander of the USS Bullard (DD-660) during World War II; Roswell Roberts Hart (died in 1980) of Sharon, Connecticut; Harriet Taft Hart Sayre of Martha's Vineyard, Massachueetts (wife of the Very Rev. Francis B. Sayre, Jr., the former Dean of Washington Cathedral); Caroline Brownson Hart Bergh (Mrs. Dana) of North Ferrisburg, Vermont; and, Isabella Hart Baldwin (Mrs. LaVerne) of Taconic, Connecticut.

The U.S. Navy honored Admiral Hart by naming a destroyer escort, the USS Thomas C. Hart (DE-1092) in his honor. The Thomas C. Hart was launched on 12 August 1972 and was sponsored by Penny Hart Bragonier (Mrs. Reginald), eldest granddaughter of Admiral Hart and daughter of Lieutenant Commander Hart. The ship was commissioned on 28 Jul 1973 and was the last combatant ship to be commissioned at the Boston Naval Shipyard. On 1 July 1975, the Thomas C. Hart was redesignated as a fast frigate (FF-1092).

The Thomas C. Hart was deployed during the Persian Gulf War as part of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. On 30 August 1993, she was decommissioned and leased to the government of Turkey. Since the end of the Cold War, the Thomas C. Hart and over 135 other former U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard ships have been transferred to foreign governments.





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Courtesy of the Congress of the United States:
HART, Thomas Charles, a Senator from Connecticut; born in Davidson, Genesee County, Mich., June 12, 1877; attended various public schools in Michigan; graduated from the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., in 1897; served in the Regular Navy from graduation until 1945, when placed on the inactive list as an admiral (retired); his naval career covered service afloat during the Spanish-American War and both World Wars; upon retirement, settled in Sharon, Conn.; appointed as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Francis T. Maloney and served from February 15, 1945, to November 5, 1946; was not a candidate for election to the vacancy in 1946; resided in Sharon, Conn., until his death there on July 4, 1971; interment in Arlington National Cemetery, Fort Myer, Virginia.


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Admiral Thomas Charles Hart
Born: 12 June 1877, Davison, Michigan
Died: 4 July 1971, Bethesda, Maryland
Nickname: „Tommy“, “Terrible Tommy"
Graduated U.S. Naval Academy with the Class of 1897, 12th in class. Posted as midshipman to battleship Massachusetts. Participated in her in the Battle of
Santiago. Distinguished himself in action during scouting of Santiago de Cuba harbor and later invasion of Cuba. Then assigned to sailing sloop-of-war U.S.S. Hartford, spending two years aboard her. Then posted to the U.S. Naval Academy as instructor.

First ship command was destroyer Lawrence, whom he took over in December 1905. Relieved of command for disrespectful behavior in March 1907, he took a job in the Bureau of Ordnance. The letter of admonition for the above event was later removed. With a reputation in gunnery, he took office as gunnery officer on battleship Virginia in 1909. On March 30th, 1910, married Caroline Robinson Brownson.

Later in the same year, was posted to the Torpedo Factory at Newport, Rhode Island, as head of the division of Maintenance and Repair. Engineering being one of his fields of talent, Hart had the division under his control and going strong in little time. By December 1913, two children had been born to the Harts: Isabella and Roswell. With three years behind him at the Torpedo Factory, Hart was posted as executive officer to battleship Minnesota in Mexican waters. There, as concurrent Chief-of-Staff, Landing Force, Hart got initial diplomatic experience in dealing with local Mexican rebel/bandit groups.

February 1st, 1916, posted to the Third Submarine Division, Pacific Torpedo Flotilla, Pearl Harbor, Territory of Hawaii, as commander. The division was in thoroughly poor shape, so Hart took to utilizing his powers to make it work. When he left in 1917 to command the submarine base New London, he had put his division into fine shape.

Only two months were spent in New London, then Hart was ordered to take a division of K-class submarines across the Atlantic to aid Britain’s war effort against the submarine menace. From the Bantry Bay, Ireland, Hart commanded for a dull year, in which his submarines did not even so much as spot an enemy U-boat. Alas, it was okay service, and in August 1918, he was posted to the newly established office of the Chief of Naval Operations, were the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Benson, told him basically to “run the submarine service”. Without clear authority, Hart first took the anti-submarine operations away from the overworked Commander, Submarine Forces, Europe. On October 22nd, his role as Director of Submarines was formally affirmed, but twenty days later, the war ended, and Hart’s ability to control would be severely curtailed. Still, he had major influence on such subjects as submarine design and general policy.

In 1920, Hart took command of Submarine Flotilla Three, while a second daughter, Caroline, was born. Following that duty, in 1922, Hart was posted to the Naval War College for flag rank education. Graduating in May 1923, Hart went over to the Army War College, after finishing which course he was asked to remain for a year as instructor, a high honor.

In the spring of 1925, Hart was assigned as commanding officer to the battleship Mississippi. After this tour, which he considered his prime time yet, Hart was sent to take command of the torpedo station at Newport. Spending another two years there, in 1929, promoted Rear-Admiral, he was to take charge of Submarines, Battle Fleet, at Pearl Harbor. The senior submarine officer, Hart did only spend a year in Hawaii, from where, in 1930, he was sent to New London as overall commander of U.S. submarines.

In 1931, Hart became Superintendent of the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, a job which he quite liked and in which he became acquainted with Major-General Douglas MacArthur, then Army Chief-of-Staff. His first sea duty as a Rear-Admiral was as Commander, Cruiser Division 6, flag on Louisville, in mid-1934. He had been offered a battleship division, but preferred the possibilities of independent operations inherent in a cruiser command. He showed his talents: in Fleet Problem XVI, he probably executed the only air strike ever launched from cruisers when twelve of his floatplanes were sent to “bomb” the U.S. facilities and seaplane bases on Midwa

On 23rd January 1937, he was posted to the General Board, an advisory body to the CNO, which yielded some influence on ship design, but was usually a dead track for further advancement. It seemed an odd assignment for someone with five years before him until his mandatory retirement and with a service record as good as Hart’s.

That record was it that two years later made him eligible for the two prime spots in the Pacific theater: command, U.S. Fleet, or command, U.S. Asiatic Fleet. Washington prevented him from getting the U.S. fleet, but the Asiatic Fleet became his on 25th July 1939, taking over from Admiral Harry E. Yarnell. Hart was at the very peak of his career, settling into an atmosphere of tension. His fleet was there to show the flag in China, requiring extensive diplomatic abilities of its Commander-In-Chief. At the same time, Hart was determined not to let his force be understood as a showpiece. It was still a potent fighting force and Hart would not let it decay in matters of training and alertness.

Asiatic Fleet was spread throughout to the Far East. Destroyer divisions were stationed in Chinese waters, larger vessels came and went, and the main fleet
base, Cavite, was in overall poor shape. With that support behind him, Hart had to navigate the treacherous waters of international intrigue, diplomatic handling of the warmongering Japanese, and all that while his forces were all but useless in combat.

Harts methods of improving their fighting potential was simple: training night and day under so real circumstances that nothing short of actual battle would yield as close results.

Diplomatic abilities were nothing if not needed in the Philippines. The local Philippine Army commander was Douglas MacArthur – Hart’s acquaintance from Annapolis, but very much an arrogant, self-serving and publicity-seeking person given to long tiresome monologues. Hart was one of the few people given to interrupting the General, something the latter did not quite like. As time progressed, however, Hart’s attitude towards MacArthur’s preposterous behavior declined until the two more merely cooperating, but not friends.

With war in Europe breaking out, Hart’s Asiatic Fleet became the only non-aligned force in the Far East. International settlements existed in Chinese ports, notably Shanghai, and Hart took it onto himself to ascertain that the conflagration on the old continent would not spread to Shanghai – were the Japanese would be pleased to jump in to “police” the Western powers and take their settlements away from them.

That Hart’s guess had been right was proven in May 1940 – after the unpleasant revelation that the Dutch had surrendered to the Germans (throwing Hart into doubts of the Dutch East Indies’ resistance capacities, something he needed to assess if he were to decide where to put his Asiatic Fleet in case of war), the French followed suit, and handed over their sector to the Japanese.

As the realities of war dawned on the United States, the search for Allies in Europe and the Far East left one prime player: Great Britain. The British, in the meantime, were no less certain that they needed help. They had already convened a meeting of representatives from Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and themselves, to analyze their situation, and the American observer had been Hart’s Chief-of-Staff. But no affirmative response had been given to the British, on account of the American inability to word their own plans.

The new year 1941 finally brought these plans. Commander John L. McCrea brought Hart a copy of WPL-44, “Rainbow 3”, for comment. Hart was pleased: the plan suggest he would get a cruiser division, carrier, and destroyer squadron, a welcome addition to his weak force. But within the month, there came the unwelcome addition – there would be no reinforcements. And neither were there clear instructions for the case of war: Hart did not know what to do, for example, if the Japanese bypassed the Philippines and concentrated merely on the British and Dutch.

While Hart continued to plan for the event of war, in the summer of 1941, events indicated that war was imminent. Japan had occupied Indo-China; Malaya was now within the range of Japanese air power. And that war, it seemed, would yet be fought by Tom Hart: despite his reaching mandatory retirement age (64) that summer, the Navy intended him to keep his fleet. Meantime, MacArthur had been put into command of U.S. Army forces on the Philippines and was shaping bombastic plans for defense of the islands, throwing overboard what previous plans had determined to be the best course.

Despite that, Hart was quite confident he could hold his own. His physical examinations revealed him to be fit as a horse: “Will live to be 100 and have to be killed by an axe.” was Harts characteristically twinkling diary entry.

Increases in the Army’s air strength keep his spirits high as well. Dropping his earlier ideas of going south to the Dutch in case of war, Hart now intended to fight from the Philippines. Realizing the lack of firm commitments by the Dutch and British, it seemed to Hart that the offensive stance in the Philippines coupled with MacArthur’s boasting of being able to defeat the Japanese on land, would yield fine results. However, MacArthur served well to impede Hart’s ideas – he would not plan for reconnaisance missions to aid the Navy, nor would he allow the Navy to control his aircraft on reconnaissance missions over water. Instead, he took to insulting both Hart and his fleet. Without having track of MacArthur’s plannings, Hart could only plan for himself.

The first week of December 1941 finally brought news from the British. Admiral Sir Tom Phillips had brought his two battleships Prince of Wales and Repulse to Singapore and visited Hart in Manila. The two Admirals discussed plans for the event of war, now almost certain. Hart agreed to sending a division of destroyers down to Singapore to aid Phillips badly understrength command. When Phillips left on the afternoon of December 6th, Japanese forces had been sighted in the Gulf of Siam; Hart told Phillips that if the latter intended to see his ships again, he should leave immediately. That he did; he would die when Prince of Wales succumbed to Japanese air power on December 10th. On the evening of December 7th, Hart went off to see a movie downtown, then went to bed late. It would be a short night. Hart awoke at 3:30 on 8th December 1941 to listen to the news of the Pearl Harbor attack. It was not surprising that war broke out; but still, the timing was little better than terrible. Although his submarines were deployed, Hart’s surface units were still spread throughout the archipelago. And his plans for forward defense were crippled when MacArthur’s air force was riddled and blown up on Clark and Iba Fields. The same day that Admiral Phillips died on Prince of Wales, Cavite Navy Yard was bombed to pieces. With that, the last hope of defending the Philippines with anything more than PT-boats and submarines was lost.

Accordingly, the Asiatic Fleet was deployed south towards the Dutch East Indies, Hart leaving aboard submarine Shark on December 28 – five days after MacArthur had had to revert to the original war plans made for the defense of the Philippines, his vaunted forward defense having been ripped apart. Hart arrived at Surabaja, Java, on January 2nd. A day later, at the Dutch Governer-General’s mansion in Batavia, Hart received news that he had been selected for Commander, ABDAfloat, the naval forces of the new unified Allied command called ABDA (American-British-Dutch-Australian).

It was certainly not a great assignment. ABDAfloat numbered several cruisers, destroyers and submarines from four different nations, none of which (besides Australia and Britain) shared code books or signals. The ABDAfloat command was a hot-seat – defense of the vast Dutch colonial empire rested mainly on naval strength, but so did Japanese occupation power. If nothing else, the Allies would have to fight an enemy with vastly more power and far better common training. Still, it was obvious that sitting idle would not help the ABDA cause a bit, so Hart immediately acted to improve his own situation. With his staff constituted (of a British, Dutch, Australian and American officers) he started probing for the weak points in the Japanese thrust. On January 22nd, he won his first victory when a striking force of destroyers attacked the Japanese off Balikpapan and sank several Japanese transports. Hart’s elation over the victory was marred only days later when it became evident that the gain from this operation was negligible.

In Hart’s view, it was evident that ABDA was not capable of stopping the Japanese. He did not act defeatistly, but within the ABDA command structure, voices became loud claiming him incapable of working on – mainly Dutch voices. Surpreme Commander Wavell thought that Hart had “exaggerated ideas of Japanese effectiveness”. At home, President Roosevelt was not at all convinced that Hart was a good man for the job – personal animosity from past contact may have been part of the reason.

There had been little reason on practical grounds – Hart had conducted three strikes, two without contact and one resulting in the Balikpapan success. No-one could have done any better. On February 4th, he added another luckless mission which resulted in air-strike damage to cruisers Marblehead and Houston. The very next day, however, news from Washington arrived: Admiral King, ComInCh, had been ordered by the president to get Hart out of the war. King told Hart that he should ask for relief on medical reasons. Hart assented; the assignment with ABDA had not brought much but problems. It made Hart sad to leave the fine men of his command in a war zone while he headed home; but it could not be helped. He left Java on February 15th, and two weeks later, ABDAfloat was taken, broken in two, crushed, and shoved out of the way by the “overestimated” Japanese.

Back in Washington, instead of being retired, Hart was placed on the General Board again, for two years. In January 1944, he was sent to conduct an investigation on the causes of the Pearl Harbor disaster. Spending the better part of three months questioning witnesses both a Pearl Harbor and on the war fronts was very much to Hart’s liking. Back in Washington in April, in mid-summer he was called on by Admiral Stark to be his counsel in Stark’s appearance before the Court of Inquiry.

By the onset of 1945, it had become obvious to Hart that his career was over. His duties on the General Board had been reduced to almost nothing, with the general decline of that board.

However, his public live was not over. Governor Raymond E. Baldwin, [R, Connecticut], asked him if he wanted to fill the Senator term of Francis T. Maloney who had died in mid-January. That Republican seat Hart filled on February 15th, 1945, three years after he had given up ABDA command. He was a most unusual senator: he was more Republican than Democrat, but showed a rather bipartisan attitude. He did not vote Republican on foreign affairs, where he more often than not concurred with the Democrats.

As he served in the Senate, Hart was shattered to receive news of his son Thomas Jr.’s grave illness. He had been commanding a destroyer off Okinawa, and in July 1945, had been send to the west coast with a leukemia diagnosis. Hart and his wife arrived just in time to be with their son as he died. Leaving the Senate after a distinguished two years which left him with many friends and few enemies, Hart settled in Sharon, Connecticut, were he lived with his wife until his death. Tommy Hart died, July 4th, 1971, from a heart attack at age 94. It may be regarded as fitting that having spent fifty years in the service of his country, he passed on the birthday of the very nation he devoted his life to.



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Photo Courtesy of Ron Williams

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(Revised 3 April 1999) Page Updated: 5 February 2000
Updated: 14 June 2001 Updated: 14 June 2003
Updated: 23 August 2003 Updated: 29 February 20

[NI09865] 160 Major Jesse Lyman,d,4.0ct.1814 ae 51. (b.20.June 1765,Served in the Revolution,Conn.Rolls,p.252,also in the War of 1812,son of Thomas Lyman,23,June 1737-1.Nov.1869,in.14.Nov.1759,Anna Manley,gr.son of Thomas Lyman,6.July 1704-15.Aug. 1783,m.25. July 1727,Mary Guild,25.July 1707-4.July 1797,gr.gr.son of Richard Lyman,Apr,1678-6.June 1746,m.7,Apr.1700,MAry Wood-ward,& Samuel Guild,12.Oct.1677-29.May 1750,m.8.Jan.1700/01, Sarah Hart shorn ,h. 1679, gr .gr.gr. son of Richard Lyman, 1647-4. Nov.1708,m.26.May 1675,Elizabeth Coles,,&-Samuel Guild,7.Nov. 1647-1.Jan.1750,m.29.Nov.1676,Mary.,dau.of Samuel Woodcock & Ann Herring,b.9.Mch.1651/52,gr.gr.gr.gr,son of Richard Lyman,

Cemetery Transcriptions from the NEHGS Manuscript Collections

[NI09866]
1718 BURBANK Joseph, s. Ebenezer and Sarah, Oct. 1, 1718. Birth Bradford

[NI09868] 1745 BURBANK Ebenezer, s. Joseph and Sarah, Dec. 20, 1745. Birth Bradford

[NI09879] Information from:

my name is nadine harrington i am married to eddie doyle harrington,
his momma is name etta l. harrington (lane) and father is violen
harrington but he change it to james harrington he was born in
arkansas north of texankana. we are looking for his roll number, his
great great grandmother name was mauda dickey, we need to find what
her madien name is? i will write again with more information on his
side of the family. we are in oklahoma area so let me know ok.

thanks again
nadine g harrington
918-758-0219
712 E 13th Street
Okmulgee, Ok 74447

nharrington9910@yahoo.com

[NI09920] Head of household with siblings and possibly wife...Hannah

[NI10001] Iowa Cemetery Records Record
about Benjamin Brownell
Name: Benjamin Brownell
Death Date: 1867
Page #: 65
Birth Date: 08 Feb 1790
Cemetery: Benson
Town: Cedar Falls
Level Info: Cemeteries Black Hawk County, Iowa; Vol. 1 - 4

[NI10035] Military Troops and Taxpayer List: [From Goodspeed 1889]

Circuit Court Transactions: [From: Goodspeed 1889]
The fall term of the circuit court was held at David Lynch's residence in 1845
Record of Proceedings
Samuel Hughes for practicing medicine without a license

[NI10036] Pioneer History: [From Goodspeed 1889]

Township 29, Range 9, was entered by William and James Hughes in 1852, and William Cobble and John H. Lynch in northern sections in 1854. The Downeys entered lands on Section 13, Township 28, Range 9, in 1857, and in 1857-59 the Healeys, Ellmores, Sullens, Briggs, Priddys, Millers, Lowes, Floods, Norrises, Miners, Harringtons, Thomases, Erwins, Hedges, Roses and Richards entered in Township 33, Range 12.

[NI10063] not on 1880 census with his parents

[NI10077] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Slender; Blue Eyes; Red Hair

[NI10086] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Blue Eyes; Red Hair; Tall; Slender

[NI10087] Wesley Baugh
SSN: 457-09-6796
Last Residence: 75482 Sulphur Springs, Hopkins, Texas, United States of America
Born: 29 Aug 1895
Died: Mar 1975


On draft registration he stated that his father and mother were dependent on him for support.
Listed himself as a farmer living in Sulpher Springs, TX, but registered for the draft in Houston.
Light blue eyes and red hair.
Signed with an X

[NI10141] ???
John Hen York 1858 Hot Spring 3 Jun 1942 (death)

[NI10283] ???
Name: Lovell, William
Father: Lovell , James Walter
Mother: France , Ruth
Birth Date: 28 September 1804
City: Morgantown
State: VA
Country: USA

[NI10352]
16-253-13-29 FEASEL SUSAN 49 F AL (1831) MARSHALL PLEANDER (beat #12)
GETUN GEORGIA 20 F AL
GETUN POSSY 18 F AL
GETUN ROBERT 16 M AL
GETUN MONTGOM.14 M AL
GETUN DAVID 12 M AL
GETUN JOSEPH 10 M AL
GETUN EMILY 22 SE AL (No relationship given <(se)rvent?>)
McELLEY THOMAS 21 SE TN (No relationshop given)

16-253-13-38 FEASEL MIKE 57 M TN (1823) MARSHALL PLEANDER (beat #12)
PLUNKETT NANCY D 21 F TN (Listed as a daughter of Mike)
PLUNKETT JOSIE 4 F AL (Listed as a grandaughter of Mike)
PLUNKETT MIKE 1 M AL (Listed as a grandson of Mike)

NOTE: A letter from Charlotte Feazel (IMP) dated DEC 03 1970,
indicates this Mike Feasel's father was born in VA & mother in TN.
It's pretty clear that Nancy D. is a daug. of Michael & has 2 kids,
but no record of a husband/father (Plunkett). The letter then also
references an Ida Plunkett Feazel born after this census (1884).
Who and where is the husband in 1880? The relationship between Susan
Feasel and Mike is also unclear.
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1860 Census shows this Plunkett family living next door to Nancy Feazel's family. One of these sons is likely the father of her children

Plunkett
James W. 34 AL
Rhoda C. 38 AL
Riley D. 18 AL
Obandier 16 AL
James 14 MS
Leroy 10 AL
Enoch 8 AL
Laura 2 AL

[NI10360] Name: Arlie A Plunkett
Birth Year: 1909
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Alabama
State: Alabama
County or City: Marshall

Enlistment Date: 17 Nov 1943
Enlistment State: Alabama
Enlistment City: Fort McClellan
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman
Marital Status: Married
Height: 00
Weight: 000

[NI10362] Twenty Third and Olive Street Baptist Church William I Feazell, pastor Texarkana, Texas 3 / 7 / 1922
Mrs. Bessie Graves
Arkadelphia, Ark
Dear Miss Bessie;
I was glad to get your letter. I saw you for a moment on the depot platform at Hope years ago when
you was a schoolgirl. After the first letter from Dr. Fale__ (illegible) of Washington I too
became more interested in our family name. When a young man thinking the name looked better in
print with two L's and sounded better with the accent on the "zell" instead of the "Fea" I made
the ____. One other man whose letter?(illegible) did the same. I am sure that all
the Feazell's of America came from three brothers who were of French and Scotch decent, &
came from the old country to Va.. My Grandfather Isaac Feazell used to speak of th__. Brothers Philip,
Thomas, and "Mike" , he said that____ settled in Pa. among the Dutch and many thought
they were Dutch. Isaac Feazell, my grandfather, went back to England and married my
grandmother who was English, and her name was Phillips. My Father Thomas M who was killed in
the Civil War had several brothers, William, James, & Isaac. I remember his youngest sister Virginia
married Moses Pettis and was last heard from and were in New Boston, TX in 1874.
A fine young man who joined our Masonic lodge a few months ago told me that his mother was
the daughter of John Feazel who lives near Hot Springs. That was the name of my oldest brother
who has not been heard from since 1880. I have failed so far to hear from the one at Hot Springs.
Now, Miss Bessie, I am going to enclose two letters. After you have copied the dates and
addresses be kind enough to remail them to me and I will then mail them and your letter to me to
Doctor Ella _Fale__(illegible) and you can also write her. Myself and one sister are all that are left of our family.
Lucius Feazel, of Ruston La. whom I believe is your brother, believes that we are second or
third cousins. I am sure that your uncle at Nashville, and I are related for there is such a family
resemblance that several times men who knew him have addressed me as "Judge Feazel" and each
time they remarked "you look like twin brothers".
Should you gain any more information I should be glad to get it and if I learn anything more,
definately will let you know.
Praying the Lord to bless you and your loved ones, I remain,
Yours Truly,
William I Feazell

[NI10369] must be ancestors...


Name Michael Feasel Sr.
Sex M
Surname FEASEL
Birth Date ABT 1725
Birth Place Germany
Death Date 1796
Death Place Shenandoah Co. Virginia
Spouse Entry Elizabeth Summers
Child #1 John Feasel
Child #2 Michael Feasel Jr.
Child #3 GEORGE Feazel
Child #4 Jacob Feasel Sr.
Child #5 Martin Feasel
Child #6 Henry Heinrich Feasel

[NI10425] 1900 United States Federal Census > Arkansas > Hot Spring > Fenter > District 59

Grand daughter Emma M. Summer? b. Sept. 1899

[NI10442] Appears to have left Wilfred between 1913-1917. By 1920 he was living with his brother and his marital status "unknown". The three children were in a children's home.

[NI10449] Born in Texas - Adopted to American couple

[NI10458] no children by 1910 after 13 years of marriage

[NI10459] WWI draft registration says he worked as an entomologist for the Cuban government in Santiago and had been a private at the State Agricultural College.

Research shows that troops and Cuban civilians suffered from frequent yellow fever outbreaks from 1898-1917. Army entomologists were sent down to experiment with mosquitos. This is probably what Reginald was doing. Santiago had the largest yellow fever hospital.

"Physicians now knew that specific bacteria found in body wastes were responsible for the spread of such epidemic diseases as typhoid and cholera. The mosquito had just been identified as the carrier of the organism that caused malaria, and almost all those knowledgeable about yellow fever agreed that it, too, was caused by a microbe, although neither the responsible virus nor the way in which it spread had yet been discovered. Scientists still tended to look on yellow fever as a disease linked in some way with poor sanitation. Fortified by the benefits that had followed improvements in sanitation and public health in the United States, by confidence in what would be learned in the future, and by the strong backing of their surgeon general, Army medical officers faced their assignments in the tropics with enthusiasm as well as determination.2



Health of the Troops

Because of the widespread fear that followed the defeat of the victorious V Corps by disease, President McKinley wished to limit the number of U.S. troops sent into Cuba to replace the V Corps until the months of the highest disease rates had passed. As a result, the initial occupation force of seven new infantry regiments from the United States, four of them composed of men believed to be immune to tropical diseases, was sent only to the area around Santiago and Guantanamo. Most so-called immunes proved to be susceptible to tropical diseases once they arrived in the Caribbean, and thus even after the last of the V Corps left for Camp Wikoff on 26 August 1898, the Medical Department had to keep open the 150-bed yellow fever hospital in Santiago. An "observation station," apparently established to isolate suspicious cases after the closing of the yellow fever detention camp outside Santiago, also continued in use, while in late August a few patients remained at the Siboney yellow fever facility.3

To prepare for the occupation of the entire island during the late fall and winter months, the Military Evacuation Commission, named to plan the U.S. takeover of the rest of the island, worked with the Spanish to arrange the timing of the replacement of their troops by American forces. The formal turnover of power was to take place 1 January 1899, regardless of whether the Spanish had completed the removal of their troops. In anticipation of possible disorders following the departure of Spanish troops, as many as 43,000 U.S. troops arrived on the island in the winter months of 1899. But the transition went so smoothly that within a few weeks almost half of this number had departed the isand, leaving only the volunteers of the VII Corps in Cuba. Most of these troops served in the Havana area, with the remainder scattered at key points about the island. On 31 March 1,207 officers and 25,197 men formed the occupation force, and the total dwindled still further when the volunteers began to leave Cuba in March-all volunteer troops were mustered out in May. By October the small force of regulars that assumed responsibility for the occupation upon the departure of the volunteers numbered less than 15,000 officers and men.4
etc..."

[NI10460] listed as son on 2 census' and daughter on one?

[NI10464] Name: Paul R Hart
Birth Year: 1927
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Florida
State: Florida
County or City: Dade

Enlistment Date: 5 Dec 1945
Enlistment State: Nevada
Enlistment City: Las Vegas Army Air Field
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private First Class
Grade Code: Private First Class
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for Alaska
Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)
Source: Enlisted Man, Philippine Scout or recall to AD of an enlisted man who had been transferred to the ERC

Education: 1 year of college
Civil Occupation: Truck Driver, Light
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 97
Weight: 869

[NI10476] [6] Conant, Frederick Odell, M. A., “A history and genealogy of the Conant family in England and America.” Privately printed, Portland, Maine 1887. Therein,

“Second Generation. (2) Lot-2 (Roger), b. about 1624 at Nantasket or Cape Ann. He seems to have lived at Marblehead as early as 1657; was selectman in 1662; had one cow’s commonage in 1667, and on May 25, 1674, is recorded as one of the 114 householders.* On Nov 20, 1666, his father gave him the homestead at Beverly with 32 acres adjoining and 72 acres in 3, p. 28. For deed in full, see p. 120 of this Genealogy). On the same day Lot leased the homestead with three acres adjoining, composing the southern part of the home farm, to his father and mother for an annual rent of “one Indian corn.” About this time he probably moved to Beverly and build a house near his father’s for “a dwelling house and orchard containing about 4 acres, with an old house of his father” is mentioned in the inventory of his estate. On July 4, 1667, he was one of those dismissed from the First Church of Salem to form a church at Bass River, or Beverly.

In 1669-70, Mch 10, with consent of his wife, Elizabeth, he sold to Vinson Stilson, of Marblehead, “all that his messuage, tenement or dwelling house with the land on which it stands & land belonging being ¼ acres in Marblehead bounding unto” [this page ends here; continuing from 131] “Lot Conant married Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. William Walton, who took his degrees at Emanuel College, Cambridge, in 1621 and 1625, and was settled over the parish of Seaton, Devonshire, where his daughter was baptized 27 Oct. 1639. William Walton was from Essex county, England, and is thought to have been at Hingham, Mass., as early as 1635. He was made a freeman 3 Mch. 1636; settled at Marblehead as early as 1639, and was pastor there until his death in 1668. Josiah Walton, son of Rev. William, died leaving a will dated 23 June ‘673 [sic; pres. 1673] by which his estate was divided among his brothers, Nathaniel and Samuel, and his sisters, Martha Munjoy, Elizabeth Conant, and Mary Bartlett. (Essex County Probate Records.)

Elizabeth, widow of Lot Conant, married 10 Jan., 1681-2, as third wife, Andrew, son of Robert and Elizabeth Mansfield, of Lynn. He was b. 1623; made his will 1 June, 1679, which was proved, 25 Nov 1683. “

This work goes on to list the Conant. (see attached)

[NI10504] not on 1880 census with family

[NI10525] possibly died before 1850, because Samuel is living with his parents and brother; no spouse

[NI10526] 1900 showed 7 children born to her; 6 still living
1910 showed 7 children born to her; 5 still living

[NI10531] 1910 shows that she was married for 14 years with 2 children, husband not on census

[NI10536] Living in the Russell household in 1900 as a boarder. Married Lucy 6 months later.

[NI10577] mentioned in brother Leo's 1971 obit as living

[NI10584] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 Record
about Rofard Gene Goodrum
Name: Rofard Gene Goodrum
Date of Birth: 30 Nov 1931
Gender: Male
Birth County: Houston
Father's Name: T C Goodrum
Mother's Name: Lela Johnson
Roll Number: 1931_0003

[NF0007] Trinity County Marriage Book 3

Johnston, Mahala L. Harrington, Albert 35 21 Dec 1886 Russell, James M. MG

[NF0025] Trinity County Marriage Book 1

Moore, Sarah Frasier, J. S. 70 15 Nov 1877 Friday, Reuben

[NF0077] Married at Maj. John's Home, which Bartley was managing.

1819 - Arkansas Marriages As Listed in the Arkansas Gazette
Benjamin Kuykendall to* Eliza* *Harrington

[NF0078] Married in the home of Polly's father. Ceremony perforned by Epharaim C. Davidson, J.P.

[NF0083] RAMEY, John M. AREILOA, C.E. Mrs. 108 6 Apr 1898 EVANS, W.T., JP.

Seems like she had a 2nd marriage after McCarthy and before Ramey

[NF0107] Archibald Taylor to Mary Harrington by Wigton King, J.P. Richland Township

[NF0130] Bartley Harrington to Mary Dinsmore, both of Ark. Co., both under 18 and over 14, with mutual consent of parents.

[NF0151] http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/trinity/vitals/marriages/trnmgr8.txt

MILES Turner HOWERN Meetie 57 2707 R. H. Moore, JP

[NF0167] Arkansas
Jefferson County


Hacket Patterson, Harriet John L.
Spouse: Hacket, Harriet
Patterson, John L. Marriage Date: 09 Oct 1850

[NF0168] Harrington, Eliza Lindsey, Peter 01 Jun 1830 Arkansas
Jefferson County

[NF0178] married at home

[NF0236] Wyatt family history said they were married as they sat in a buggy at a singing by Rev. Arrington.

[NF0284] Russell,Raymond A. Willingham, Annie Loise 8/7/1939 L.G. Baird 12803

[NF0311] Barton, D. T. Married: Feb 03, 1882 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: M
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book) File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: F Spouse's name: Stanley, F. R.

[NF0476] Russell John-McGehee Martha E. 11 Jun 1871 James M. Kelley

[NF0641] Cox, S.R.** Stegall, Maggie 2/5/1911 D.W.Stanly 5513

[NF0772] me: Ozias D. Beasley
Gender: male
Birth Year: 1856
Spouse Name: Mary F. Cox
Spouse Birth Year: 1856
Marriage
Year: 1883
Marriage State: AR
Number Pages: 1

[NF0818]

Massachusetts Centinal Marriage Notices


Index of Marriages in Massachusetts Centinel and Columbian Centinel 1784 to 1840

Baker,Sally,m.Capt.Francis Hart,in Portland (CC.July 4,1801)

[NF0897] Asa was living with nephew Henry until 1870

[NF1021] Columbia Newspapers: the South-Carolinian
[p.177] COLUMBIA NEWSPAPERS: SOUTH-CAROLINA TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE

Married on Thursday Evening, 26th April, by Rev. Samuel Gibson, of Greenville, Mr. James A. Pope, to Miss Nancy C., daughter of Y. J. Harrington, Esq., all of Newberry.

[NF1056] North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868


Bride: Elizabeth Harrington
Groom: William Dewar
Bond Date: 24 Feb 1853
County: Cumberland
Record #: 01 079
Bondsman: S D Stephens
Witness: Alex Spence
Bond #: 000032060

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Charles Oramel FANNING*
Sex: M

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Fidelia HOLBROOK
Marriage: 18 Mar 1824
Windsor, Berkshire, Massachusetts

[NF1513] Cox, A.G. Willingham, Sudie 12/31/1911 B.B.Elder 5756

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Samuel H. HARRIMAN
Sex: M

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Fidelia H. FANNING
Marriage: 13 Apr 1853
Civil, Orland, Hancock, Maine

[NF1588]

DECEMBER 18, 1863

Holden, 10th inst., Mr. Nathaniel W. AREY of Hampden to Miss Caroline C. HART of Holden.

http://www.mnopltd.com/jean/her263-664.html

[NF1823] Loveless, Elizabeth to Siebold, Wendolew 1853 JAN 26 1853 JAN 26 M. Gilbreath 3

[NF1904] FRAZIER, SANFORD 20 McCORMICK, VIOLA 18 8 OCT 1905 HOWE LF©C©116

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Nathaniel HARRIMAN
Sex: M

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Drusilla SAUNDERS
Marriage: 29 Nov 1820
Civil, Orland, Hancock, Maine

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Ezekial HARRIMAN
Sex: M

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Mary CRAIGE
Marriage: 21 Nov 1781
, Hancock, Maine

[NF2208]
North Carolina Marriages to 1825
North Carolina
Lincoln County


Moore Patterson, Elizabeth Francis
Spouse: Moore, Elizabeth
Patterson, Francis Marriage Date: 17 Aug 1797

[NF2270] Bauman, C.R. Atkinson, Annie 12/31/1938 P.G. Blackstone 12626

[NF2271] Reeves, John D. McGee, Bernice 6/10/1939 B.E. Petty 12745

[NF2273] Harrison, Floyd Cox, Estelle 8/10/1927 W.P. Mings 9487

[NF2287] Hoover, M. L.
Married: Oct 29, 1876 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: F
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book)
File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: M Spouse's name: McIntosh, G. W.

[NF2292] Hoover, N. A.
Married: Jan 06, 1880 in: Upshur, TX
Gender: F
Source info: Library of Congress reference number (book)
File name: 976.4 A1 No. 5
Spouse's gender: M Spouse's name: Harper, D. H.

[NF2332] Also show a marriage same 2 parties on page 11 dated 1-Apr-1883?????

[NF2588] KIMBALL, LUTHER M BURBANK, LAVILLA T 12/24/1845 / 604 KANE

[NF2591] BURBANK, AARON LASKLEY, SABRINA 05/09/1846 / 657 KANE

[NF2721] Frisby, Elsie Waller, J. C. 106 11 Jan 1891 Dawson, J. M.

[NF2859] Early Connecticut Marriages
Early Connecticut Marriages: Sixth Book
Middletown
From Fair Haven Church Records
page 100
Selden Nott of Saybrook & Sarah Nott, June 11, 1775

[NS044881] Plum Bayou, Jefferson County

[NS129691] Indexed records.

[NS130241] Indexed records.


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