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Notes for Penelope W KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
27

BURIAL:  Penelope W. Taylor, 1798 - 12 Jan 1884.   Capt Solomon TaylorLot,
Burnt Hill Road, Scituate, Providence Co., RI. SC081   RhodeIsland Historical
Cemetery Transcription
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Notes for Perry KNIGHT


BURIAL:  Four Corners Cemetery.  Danby, Rutland Co., VT.  KNIGHTS,Perry G., d.
Sept. 28, 1884, age 77 y.
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Notes for Raymond Rhodes KNIGHT


CENSUS:  1865 State Census for RI, Providence Co., Scituate.Enumerated:  June
1, 1865.    Family:  91
Raymond Knight, 37, b. Coventry, farmer.
Hope A., 33, Warwick, keeps house.
James R., 12, Scituate.
Henry A., 11, Scituate.
Horace, 9, Scituate.
George B., 8, Scituate.
Charles N., 5, Scituate.
May E., 3, Conn.

CENSUS:  1870 Census for RI, Providence Co., Scituate.  Enumerated:19 Jul
1870.  Dwelling/Family:  598/695.  Joseph Knight, 72, farmer, RI.  Olive, 69,
keeping house, RI.  Raymond, 43, farmer, RI.  Hope Ann, 37, keeping house, RI. 
James A., 18, at home, RI.  Horace, 14, at home, RI.  Henry B., 16, at home,
RI. George B, 12, at home, RI. Nelson C., 10, at home, RI.  Mary E., 8, at
home, RI.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Raymond Rhodes Knight
Birth:  Jun 6, 1827
Death:  Jan 4, 1907
Buried:  Pine Grove Cemetery, Coventry, Kent Co., RI
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Notes for Robert KNIGHT Capt.


CENSUS:  Census of the Inhabitants of the Colony of Rhode Island andProvidence
Plantations.  Taken by order of the General Assembly, inthe year 1774 Arranged
by John R. Bartlett - Secretary of StateProvidence - Knowles, Anthony & Co.,
State Printers 1885 - Page 213(Google books)
Robert Knight Jr. household - 7 total
Whites Males Above 16: 1  Under:16: 0Females Above 16: 3  Under: 16:3
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Notes for Robert KNIGHT


BURIAL:  The Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries.  Transcription Project Index.  
KNIGHT ROBERT 1750 - 31 JUL 1823 PV003.  Sept 2004
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Notes for Robert KNIGHT


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Robert Knight
Birth:  May 22 1782
Death:  5 Dec 1862
Swan Point Cemetery
Providence, Providence Co., RI
Tombstone photo on memorial
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Notes for Robert KNIGHT


MAIN SOURCE:  W.C. McCaw through emails November/December 2003/2004

SOURCE:  "The life and times of Samuel Gorton : the founders and thefounding
of the Republic : a section of early United States historyand a history of the
colony of Providence and Rhode Island plantationsin the Narragansett Indian
country now the state of Rhode Island,1592-1636-1677-1687 : with a genealogy
of Samuel Gorton's descendantsto the present time."    Gorton, Adelos 
Philadelphia: unknown, 1907,965 pgs. p. 201.  (Book gives birth date as 4 Jul
1722 but that isincorrect)
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Notes for Robert Sheldon KNIGHT


SOURCE:  Adelos Groton, "The Life and Times of Samuel Groton."TheFounders and
the Founding of the Republic.  A Section of Early UnitedStates History and a
History of the Colony of Providence and RhodeIsland Planatations the
Narragansett Indian County, now The State ofRhode Island.
Compiled from various accounts, histories, letters, and published
andunpublished records .
Philadelphia, 1907

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Robert Sheldon Knight
Birth:  14 Aug 1815
Death:  19 Mary 1895
Swan Point Cemetery
Providence, Providence Co., RI
Tombstone photo on memorial
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Notes for Sabrina KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
58

BURIAL:  Sabrina Spencer (Knight)  1829 - 14 Jul 1898.   WilliamKnight Lot,
Tunk Hill Rd, Scituate, Providence Co., RI. SC076  RhodeIsland Historical
Cemetery Transcription
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Notes for Sally Maritta KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and JobPJob Printer81. 
P. 22 & 58

d/o William W. and Elizabeth Knight, of Scituate.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for RI, Providence Co., Scituate.  District139. p. 31. 
Enumerated: 14 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:  284/349.  Fisk,Benoni W., 26,
expressman, RI/RI/RI.  Julia E., wife, keeping house,RI/RI/RI.  Clarrinda, 3,
dau, RI/RI/RI.  Cole, Charles, 21, brother inlaw, works at cotton mill,
RI/RI/RI.  Celinda Cole, 21, sister, worksat cotton mill, RI/RI/RI.  Gracie
B., 3, niece, RI/RI/RI. Maude S.,1, niece, RI/RI/RI.  Potter, Sally M., 57,
mother in law, RI/RI/RI.

BURIAL:  Sally M [Knight], 1823-21 Nov 1900, William Knight Lot,Scituate
[SC076] Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Transcription Project. 
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rigenweb/cemetery/
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Notes for Samuel H KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
62

BURIAL:  The Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Transcription Project.Knight,
Samuel H., 1851 -  --  Brayton Cemetery, Warwick.   [WK034]
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Notes for Sarah A KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
27

BURIAL: Sarah A. Knight, 1861c - 14 Jan 1866.  Capt. Solomon TaylorLot, Burnt
Hill Rd., Scituate, Providence Co., RI. SC081   RhodeIsland Historical
Cemetery Transcription
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Notes for SheldonTillinghast KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
59 & 63

CENSUS:  1850 Census for RI, Washington Co., Town of Exeter, p.
228B,Dwelling/Family:  152/146, enumerated 6 Aug 1850: Daniel R Knight,
44,Farmer, $3000 real estate, R Island.  Susan, 43, R Island.  Daniel B,13, R
Island, Attended School.  Sheldon T, 8, R Island, AtteAttended Schoolordelia J
F, 11, R Island, Attended School
CENSUS:  1880 US Census for RI, Providence Co., Providence.  FH:1255213; NA #: 
T9-1213, Page #287D  Sheldon Knight is 36 years ofage, born in RI as were both
parents.  He is a farm hand.  His wife,Sarah, is 37 years of age, born in MA
as were her parents.  Childrenlisted are Frederic, age 18; a "Hill Boy on
Street Car"; Clarence, age15, errand boy; George, age 10; Charles, age 7; and
Walter, age 4months.  All were born in RI.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for RI, Providence Co., 7-WD Providence.Series: T623 
Roll: 1508  Page: 200.  Shelton T. Knight is 58 years ofage, born in RI on
April 1842 and a Milk Dealer.  His wife, Sarah, wasbwas bornMA on June 1844. 
They have been married 30 years, had 8children, 7 surviving.  Listed are: 
Elmer, b. July 1885 and Grace, b.Jan 1888.  Both were born in RI.
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Notes for Sophia Field KNIGHT


SOURCE:  Lineage Book, Volume 15.  By Daughters of the AmericanRevolution
Pgs 155-159
Miss Sophia Field Knight. 14417
Born in California.
Descendant of Robert Knight, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of Robert Sheldon Knight and Abby Field Bolles, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Knight, Jr., and Sophia Sheldon, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Knight and Elizabeth Hammond, his
wife. Robert Knight, (1750-1823), served in the cavalry.
Also No. 1675.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Sophia Field Knight
Birth:  28 Nov 1855
Death:  29 Jul 1939
Swan Point Cemetery
Providence, Providence Co., RI
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Notes for Stephen KNIGHT


BURIAL:  FindaGrave.com
Stephen Knight
Birth:  1 Jan 1739
Death:  6 Apr 1827
Burial:  Greenwood Cemetery, Coventry, Kent Co.,  RI.
Inscription:  "Dea."
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Notes for Susan KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p. 
63
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Notes for Susan Anne KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
62

BURIAL:  The Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Transcription Project.Knight,
Susan A., 1861 - 1 Aug 1863.  Elm Grove Cemetery, NorthKingstown.  [NK026]
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Notes for Thelma KNIGHT


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Gaines Township, E.D. #115,Sheet 7A
[stamped 257A], Dwelling #140, Family #142, enumerated 18 Apr1930:  Knight,
Roy, Head, Owns, 30, 1st m. at 24, MI/US/US, Trimmer,Body Shop, Not a WWI Vet. 
Hilda, Wife, 23, 1st m. at 17, MI/MI/MI.Doris, Daughter, 5, Attended School,
MI/MI/MI.  Thelma, Daughter, 48/12, MI/MI/MI.  Jean, Daughter, 3 5/12,
MI/MI/MI.  Edward, Son, 111/12, MI/MI/MI.
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Notes for Thomas J KNIGHT


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for TN, Franklin Co., District 1.  HenriettaKnight is
33 years of age, born in TN and apparently without a husbandin the home. 
Children are Mary E., age 15; Amanda J., age 11; andThomas J., age 9 - all
born in TN.
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Notes for Walter Herbert KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p. 
63

BIRTH:  Rhode Island Birth Index. 1636-1930  Walter H. Knight.Father:  Sheldon
T. Knight.  Mother:  Sarah Knight.  Birth date:  15May 1880.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for RI, Providence Co., Providence.  FH:1255213; NA #: 
T9-1213, Page #287D  Sheldon Knight is 36 years ofage, born in RI as were both
parents.  He is a farm hand.  His wife,Sarah, is 37 years of age, born in MA
as were her parents.  Childrenlisted are Frederic, age 18; a "Hill Boy on
Street Car"; Clarence, age15, errand boy; George, age 10; Charles, age 7; and
Walter, age 4months.  All were born in RI.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Walter HerbertKnight
registered in Providence Co., RI.  He gave his birth date as 15May 1879.  He
listed Helen J. Knight (wife) as his nearest relative.He is tall and stout,
has dark brown eyes and black hair.

DEATH:  Rhode Island Death Index: 1630-1930  Walter H. Knight, Kin #1:Sheldon
T. Knight.  Kin #2:  Sarah Knight.  Death date:  9 April1928.  Age at time of
death:  47 years.
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Notes for William KNIGHT


s/o Richard Knight
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Notes for William KNIGHT


CENSUS:  1850 US Census for TN, Franklin Co., District 8.  James L.Knight is 33
years of age, born in VA and a farmer.  His wife,Henrietta, is 23 years of age
and born in TN.  Children are:Elizabeth, age 6; William, age 3; and Amanda,
age 1 - All were born inTN.
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Notes for William S KNIGHT


BIRTH:  Rhode Island Birth Index, 1636-1930 at Ancestry.  William S.Knight was
born 30 Mar 1891 to father Clarence T. and Hannah E.Knight.

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for RI, Providence Co., 6-WD Providence.Series: T623 
Roll: 1507  Page: 16.  Clarence Knight is 34 years ofage, born in RI on Sept
1866.  He is a teamster.  His wife, Hannah E.,was born in RI on Jan 1869. 
They have been married 10 years, had 2children and both survived.  Listed are: 
William S., b. Mar 1891 andHope J., b. Nov 1894.

MILITARY:  WW I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  William S.Knight
registered in Providence Co., RI.  He gave his birth date as 30Mar 1891 and
indicated he was born in Providence, RI.  He is married,medium in height and
build and has light brown eyes and brown hair.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for RI, Providence Co., Providence Ward 3.District
169.  Clarence T. Knight is 43 years of age, born in RI and amachinist in a
machine shop.  His wife, Hanna E., is 40 years of age and born in RI.  They
have been married 20 years, had 2 children andboth survived.  Children: 
William S., is 19 and Hope G., is 15 - bothwere born in RI.  Also in the home
is brother, Elmer Leroy Burlingame,age 25 who was also born in RI.

Did not find in the Social Security Death Index.
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Notes for William Warren KNIGHT


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for RI, Providence Co., Scituate. District:139.  P. 20. 
Enumerated: 8 & 9 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:   187/229.David Knight,  49,
carpenter, RI/RI/RI.  Mary A., 39, keeping house,RI/RI/RI.  William W., 3,
son, RI/RI/RI.  Mary E. Borden, 15,step-daughter, RI/RI/RI.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comWilliam Warren KnightBIRTH:   May 19,1877DEATH: 
Jul 3, 1944 [Note:  tombstone has death date as 1944 butdeath certificate has
1942]BURIED:  Oakland Cemetery, Coventry, KentCo., RITombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for William Warren KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
58

Mr. Knight is a farmer and resides in Scituate. He has been quiteextensively
engaged in the wood and lumber business, and owned and runa saw mill in
connection. He has a large orchard, mostly apples. He isnow hale and healthy. 
(1875)

s/o George and Mercy Knight, of Scituate

BURIAL:  The Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Transcription Project.
Knight, William W., 1795 - 3 Jan 1878.   William Knight Lot, Scituate.[SC076].
BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comWilliam Warren KnightBIRTH:   Nov 16,1795DEATH: 
Jan 3, 1878BURIED:   William Knight Lot, Scituate,Providence Co., RI
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Zilpha KNIGHT


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Zilpha Knight Sheldon
Birth:  9 Aug 1744
Death:  3 Jul 1820
Nicholas Sheldon Lot,
Cranston, Providence Co., RI
Tombstone photo on memorial
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Notes for Zilphia KNIGHT


SOURCE:  "Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island"Rev.
Jeremiah Potter, Phenix, R.I., John H. Campbell, Book and Job Printer 1881. p.
12

d/o Joseph and Elizabeth Knight of Scituate.

BURIAL: Zilpha Potter (Knight), 1761 - 26 Mar 1837.  Moses Potter Lot,Burnt
Hill Road, Scituate, Providence Co., RI. SC080   Rhode IslandHistorical
Cemetery Transcription
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Notes for John Terrel KNOTTS


CENSUS:  1930 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California; Roll: T626_133;Page: 8A;
Enumeration District: 45; Image: 0748.  John J. Knotts is 32years of age, born
in IA and is an undertaker (embalmer).  His wife,Esther M. is 29 years of age
and was born in KS.  One daughter,Vivian, one month of age and who was born in
CA is listed.

DEATH:  CA Death Index - Rootsweb.com.  John Knotts b. 28 May 1901; d.in Los
Angeles Co., CA on 13 June 1963 at age 62.  Mother's maidenname:  Covington.   
May 2004   Social Security Death Index:  JohnKnotts, b. 28 May 1901; d. Jun
1963.  Last known residence:  Nonespecified.  Card issued from Nevada.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave.comJohn Terrel KnottsBIRTH:   May 28,1901DEATH:  Jun
13, 1963 BURIED:  Rose Hills Memorial Park,Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA
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Notes for Robert James KNOTTS


BIRTH:  California Birth Records at http://www.vitalsearch-ca.comRobert James
Knotts b. 14 Sep 1932 in Santa Barbara Co., CA to motherHerron.   January
2002.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index at Ancestry.com.   Robert J.Knotts, b. 14
Sept 1932; d. 29 Jan 1998(V).  Residence of Record:Arroyo Grande, San Luis
Obispo Co., CA.  Card issued from Ca.January 26, 2002.

Obituary Daily Times:  KNOTTS, Robert James; 65; Arroyo Grande CA; SanLuis
Obispo T; 1998-2-2; dmstr

BURIAL:   Find-a-Grave.com
Robert James "Bob" Knotts
Birth:  Sept 14, 1932
Death:  Jan 19, 1998
Cemetery:  Arroyo Grande Cemetery, Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo Co.,CA
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Roy Samuel KNOTTS


cSon of /Knotts/ and /McBain/

(could not find birth record for him)

On file, copy of letter from Roy Knotts to my father regarding thefamily
history.  Letter dated 13 Aug 1972 and was from their vacationspot, Anaconda,
Montana.

CENSUS:  1930 Census for CA., Kern Co., #7 Township (Ford City).  ED:15-40,
Sheet #17B.  Roy Knotts is 27 years of age, born in CA.  Hisfather was born in
Missouri and mother in CA.  He is an oil worker inthe oil fields.  His wife,
Dorothy, is 25 years of age and born in CA.Her father was born in NC and
mother in CA.  She is a teacher in thepublic schools.

DEATH: California Death Records at Rootsweb.com  January 2002.  SocialSecurity
Death Index: Roy Knotts was born 23 Jan 1903 and died Aug1987.  His last
residence was in Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo Co.,CA.  August 2002.

BURIAL:   Find-a-Grave.com
Roy S. Knotts
Birth:  1903
Death:  1987
Cemetery:  Arroyo Grande Cemetery, Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo Co.,CA
Pot:  Section G/H
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Notes for Frank L KNOWLES


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Caledonia.  E.D. 40.Enumerated:  15
Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  210/312.  Ross Knowles,head, Jan 1867, 35, m8
yrs, England/England/England immig 1878, stonemason.  Bessie, wife, Dec 1877,
22, m8 yrs, 2 children, 2 living,MI/MI/MI.  Hazel, dau., Aug 1893, 6,
MI/England/MI.  Frank, son, Sept1896, 3, MI/England/MI.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Caledonia.  E.D. 45.Enumerated:  17
May 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  201/203.  Ross Knowles,head, 43, m2, m18 yrs, 
England/England/England immig 1878, stonemason.  Bessie, wife, 33, m1, m18
yrs, 4 children, 3 living, MI/MI/MI.Marietta, dau., 8,  MI/England/MI.  Frank,
son, 13, MI/England/MI.

MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Frank L.
Knowles,Caladonia, MI.  Birth date:  25 Sept 1896.  Birth place: 
Caledonia,MI.  Father's birth place:  England.  Nearest relative:  Ross
Knowles.Signed:  Frank L. Knowles.  Registrar's report:  Medium in height
andbuild, gray eyes and light brown hair.  No physical disqualificationsnoted. 
Registered in Grand Rapids, Kent Co., MI 1 Jun 1918.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Grand Rapids Ward 2.  E.D.48. 
Enumerated:  13 Jan 1920.  Dwelling/Family:    -- /338.  Ross T.Knowles, head,
54, England/England/England brick layer.  Bessie, wife,43, , MI/MI/MI.  Frank,
son, 23,  MI/England/MI, city conductor.Marietta, dau., 12,  MI/England/MI.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Grand Rapids.  E.D. 73.Enumerated: 
14 Apr 1930.  Dwelling/Family: 25/32.  Ross T. Knowles,head, 65, m at 27,
England/England/England trucker, railroad express.Bessie, wife, 53, m at 16,
MI/MI/MI.  Frank L., son, 33,MI/England/MI, truck driver.

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index.  Frank Knowles.  Birth:  28 Sep1896. 
Death:  Aug 1969.  Residence of record:  Cadiollac, Wexford,MI.  Card issued
in MI.
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Notes for Hazel KNOWLES


BIRTH:  Collection: Michigan Births 1867-1902 [FamilySearch IGImicrofilm]
Name: Hazel Knowls
Birth date: 12 Aug 1893
Birth place: Caledonia, Kent, Michigan
Gender: Female
Father name: Ross Knowls
Father birth place: Mich.
Mother name: Bessie Knowls
Mother birth place: Mich.
Film number: 2322382
Digital GS number: 4207138
Image number: 680
Reference number: iten 1 p 399 rn 1949

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Caledonia.  E.D. 40.Enumerated:  15
Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  210/312.  Ross Knowles,head, Jan 1867, 35, m8
yrs, England/England/England immig 1878, stonemason.  Bessie, wife, Dec 1877,
22, m8 yrs, 2 children, 2 living,MI/MI/MI.  Hazel, dau., Aug 1893, 6,
MI/England/MI.  Frank, son, Sept1896, 3, MI/England/MI.
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Notes for Marietta KNOWLES


CENSUS:  1910 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Caledonia.  E.D. 45.Enumerated:  17
May 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  201/203.  Ross Knowles,head, 43, m2, m18 yrs, 
England/England/England immig 1878, stonemason.  Bessie, wife, 33, m1, m18
yrs, 4 children, 3 living, MI/MI/MI.Marietta, dau., 8,  MI/England/MI.  Frank,
son, 13, MI/England/MI.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Grand Rapids Ward 2.  E.D.48. 
Enumerated:  13 Jan 1920.  Dwelling/Family:    -- /338.  Ross T.Knowles, head,
54, England/England/England brick layer.  Bessie, wife,43, , MI/MI/MI.  Frank,
son, 23,  MI/England/MI, city conductor.Marietta, dau., 12,  MI/England/MI.
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Notes for Mary KNOWLES


SOURCE:  Wills, pg 4.
Rootsweb.http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rigenweb/wills4.html#MOSES_LIPPITT
MARY (KNOWLES) LIPPITT - WILL
In The Name of God Amen I Mary Lippit of ye Town of Warwick in yeColony of
Rhoad Island and Providence plantations in New England widowand Relict of
Moses Lippit Deceased: Being ancient and in a weaklyCondition but in Perfect
Sense and memory Thanks be Given to Godtherefore and not knowing how Soon it
may Please God to Call me out ofthis Life Do make and Ordain this my Last Will
and Testiment that isPrincipally and first of all I Do Give and Recommend my
Sole in to yehands of God in whom I trust and my body I Recommend to ye Earth
to beDecently buried at ye Discretion of my Executor hereafter named and asfor
what wordly Estate it hath Pleased God to Bless me withall I GiveDemise and
Dispose of Same as followeth

Imprimis I Give unto my Son in Law Thomas Burllinggame and my DaughterMartha
his Wife Twenty pounds in money or equivalent to money to bepaid to them by my
Executor hereafter named within one year after myDecease

Item I Give to my Son in Law John Lippit and my Daughter Receckah hisWife
twenty pounds in money or equivalent to money to be paid to themby my Executor
hereafter named within one year after my Decease ----further my will is that
whereas there is thirty two pounds due to mefrom my abovesd Son John Lippit
which was due in my husbands life timethat ye sd debt be wholly Remited and
Discharged as though it werefully paid

Item I Give to my Grand Daughter Marcy Gorton Wife of Othniel Gortontwenty
pounds in money or Equivalent there unto to be paid to her bymy Executor here
after named within one year after my Decease

Item I Give to my Grand Son David Burllinggame Son of JohnBurllinggame ten
pounds in money or Equivalent thereunto to be paid bymy Executor hereafter
named within one year after my Decease

Item I give to my Grand Daughter Mary Colvin Daughter of ye abovesdJohn Lippit
twenty pounds in money or equivalent thereunto to be paidto her by my Executor
hereafter named within one year after my Decease

Item I Give to my Grand Son Moses Lippit Son of ye abovesd John Lippittwenty
pounds in money or Equivalent there unto to be paid to him bymy Executor here
after named within one year after my Decease

Item I Give to my Grandaughter Margret Remington Daughter of yeabovesd Thomas
Burllinggame twenty pounds in money or Equivalent thereunto to be paid to her
by my Executor here after Named within one yearafter my Decease

Item I Give to my loving Sister Martha Eldrid Ten pounds in money orEquivalent
there unto to be paid to her by my Executor here afterNamed within one year
after my Decease

Item I Give to my Cousin John Budlong forty shillings in money orEquivalent
there unto to be paid to him by my Executor here afterNamed within one year
after my Decease

Item All ye Rest and Residue of My Estate I do Give to my Son MosesLippit Whom
I Do also Ordain Constitute and appoint my whole and SoleExecutor to Execute
This my abovesd Last Will and Testiment in allRespects whatso ever And So I
Take this Sixth Day of March In ye yearof Our Lord God one thousand Seven
hundred and Eighteen and ninteenand In ye fifth year of his Majesties Reign
George King of GreatBrittain France and Ireland etc

Signed Sealed Published Pronounced and Declared by ye sd Mary Lippitto be her
Last Will and Testiment
In ye Presence of us ye Subscribers
Randall Holden John Holden Randall Holden Junr.
The aforesd Mrs. Mary Lippit Subscribor hereof	          The mark ofMary O
Lippit (SEAL)
appeared ye Day & year abovesd & did acknowledge ye above written willto be
her volluntary act and Deed before me Randall Holden [Justice]

[Majr] Randall Holden and Randall Holden Junr personally appearedbefore ye
Town Councill of Warwick ye 3rd Day of January 1719 or 20and Made oath that
they Saw ye above Testator Mrs. Mary Lippit SignSeal and Declare ye abovesd
written Instrument to be her Last Will andTestiment and that she was in
Perfect and Disposing mind and memory atye signing of same and that they
Signed as Witnesses toGether withJohn Holden to [ye same] ye sd Councill do
Prove and approve said Willto be good and affectual to all Intents
[Constitutions] and purposesin ye [Law] whatsoever

Recorded ye 3rd Day of  February 1719 or 20  per John WickesClerk	Signed and
Sealed by order of ye
Councill John Wickes  Clerk of ye Councill
_______________________ Warwick, RI Wills 1:154-157
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Notes for Ross T KNOWLES


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Caledonia.  E.D. 40.Enumerated:  15
Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  210/312.  Ross Knowles,head, Jan 1867, 35, m8
yrs, England/England/England immig 1878, stonemason.  Bessie, wife, Dec 1877,
22, m8 yrs, 2 children, 2 living,MI/MI/MI.  Hazel, dau., Aug 1893, 6,
MI/England/MI.  Frank, son, Sept1896, 3, MI/England/MI.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Caledonia.  E.D. 45.Enumerated:  17
May 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  201/203.  Ross Knowles,head, 43, m2, m18 yrs, 
England/England/England immig 1878, stonemason.  Bessie, wife, 33, m1, m18
yrs, 4 children, 3 living, MI/MI/MI.Marietta, dau., 8,  MI/England/MI.  Frank,
son, 13, MI/England/MI.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Grand Rapids Ward 2.  E.D.48. 
Enumerated:  13 Jan 1920.  Dwelling/Family:    -- /338.  Ross T.Knowles, head,
54, England/England/England brick layer.  Bessie, wife,43, , MI/MI/MI.  Frank,
son, 23,  MI/England/MI, city conductor.Marietta, dau., 12,  MI/England/MI.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for MI, Kent Co., Grand Rapids.  E.D. 73.Enumerated: 
14 Apr 1930.  Dwelling/Family: 25/32.  Ross T. Knowles,head, 65, m at 27,
England/England/England trucker, railroad express.Bessie, wife, 53, m at 16,
MI/MI/MI.  Frank L., son, 33,MI/England/MI, truck driver.
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Notes for KNOX


Source:  Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : a recordof the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.
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Notes for Ada Ross KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 153

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.
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Notes for Almira KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 60

BURIAL:  Lawrence or Powers Cemetery, Lawrence, Tioga Co.,
PA.http://www.joycetice.com/cemt/lawrvill.htm
Horton Almira KNOX 1815 1887 Wife of Elias
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Notes for Birdseye McPherson KNOX


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for WI, Milwaukee.  National Home for DisabledSoldiers. 
E.D. 203.  Enumerated:  18 Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:3/3.
Annie Knox, head, Feb 1856, 44, Wd, England/France/France, Immig 1856.Hospital
Matron
Birdseye, dau, Jul 1875, 24, S, NY/PA/England

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Birdseye Knox Chrysler
Birth:  1875
Death:  1943
Buried:  Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI
Tombstone photo on memorial
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Notes for Caroline KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 60

BURIAL:  Lindley Cemetery, Lindley Township, Steuben Co.,
PA.http://www.joycetice.com/cemt/lindleyc.htm
Lathrop, Caroline Knox.  10 Dec 1822 - 1 Apr 1875.  w/o Austin Lathrop
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Notes for Charles Lee KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 153

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.

Newspaper Records from Tioga County PA, Volume 4 -
1878 23 May   D    Knox, Charles Lee Died—At Media, Pa., on the 18thinst.,
Charles Lee Knox, youngest son of Hon, John C. Knox and thelate Adeline
Kilburn Knox.
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Notes for Dolly KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 60

M D and Mary A Matteson Willhelm Bible
Recordshttp://www.rootsweb.com/~srgp/bibles/willhelm.htm
Dolly Knox White born Dec 10th 1818. Died Apr 19, 1875. They weremarried Sept.
16, 1850. James Butterfield White (their son) was bornMay 22nd 1853. Died July
31, He was married to Emma Elizabeth WillhelmAug 3rd 1879.

BURIAL:  Free Church Cemetery, Deerfield Twp., Tioga Co.,
PA.http://www.joycetice.com/cemt/freechur.htm   WHITE Dolly, D. Apr 19,1875
56yr 4mo 9da 2nd w/o John and d/o Wm. and Sally Knox, LOT 22
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Notes for Emily KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 60

BIRTH:  "The Reminiscenses of Emily Knox Reynolds"  (copy on file)
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Notes for Gladys G KNOX


DEATH:  Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944,and
1958-2002.  (Ancestry)
Gladys G Calvin. Birth Date: 1894. Gender: Female. Race: White.Residence City:
Bryan. Residence County: Williams. Residence State: Ohio. Residence Country:
United States. Death Date: 4 Jan 1967.Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care
Facilities. City of Death: Williams. County County of Death: Williams. Age at
Death: 73.Certifier:Physician. Autopsy: Yes, not used for certification.
Marital Status: Married.  Certificate: 08018; Volume: 18747

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Gladys Calvin
Birth:  1893
Death:  1967
Buried:  Fountain Grove Cemetery, Bryan, Williams Co., OH
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Notes for Ira Kilbourn KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 153

BIOGRAPHY:  "Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States"
Loyal Legion Vignettes
WITNESS!
Kilburn Knox and the Trial of the Lincoln Assassination Conspirators
By Robert Girard Carroon, Past Commander-in-Chief
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
http://suvcw.org/mollus/art057.htm
Ira Kilburn Knox was a native of Pennsylvania where he was born
inLawrenceville on October 23, 1842, the son of The Honorable John Knox,one of
the Justice's of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and AdelineKilburn. He was
known as Ira Kilburn Knox at the time of hisenlistment on April 19, 1861 in
the Commonwealth Artillery ofPhiladelphia. He was assigned with his company to
Fort Delaware wherehe remained until June 1861.
On June 9, 1861, Kilburn was commissioned a 1st Lieutenant in the 13thU.S.
Infantry, commission to date from May 14, 1861. Lieutenant Knoxwas transferred
to Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Missouri, where hewas assigned to duties as
drill officer for three regiments ofvolunteers. He then went on recruiting and
mustering duty in Iowa. Hewas transferred to the Army of the Tennessee where
he served in theCommissary Department under Major General William T. Sherman;
he waspromoted Captain on May 14, 1864. Kilburn was then assigned to thestaff
of Major General James Birdseye McPherson. He was brevettedMajor in the
Regular Army on July 24, 1864 for gallant and meritoriousservice at the Battle
of Atlanta on the recommendation of General JohnLogan. He was with General
McPherson at the time of his death andaccompanied the General's remains when
they were returned to Ohio forburial. He returned to duty and participated in
the battles ofJonesboro and Lovejoy Station.
In September 1864, he was ordered to Washington D.C. where he wasassigned to
the staff of the Secretary of War, Edwin M. Stanton, inthe Commissary
General's office. He was brevetted Lieutenant Colonelon March 13 1865. On
April 15, 1865, he was assigned to duty asmilitary aide to President Abraham
Lincoln, which appointment wasnullified by the death of the President. He was
then appointedAssistant Secretary to President Andrew Johnson and served in
thatposition until August 1865. At that time, Kilburn Knox reverted to
hisregular army rank of Captain and returned to service with the 13thU.S.
Infantry and then transferred to the 22nd Infantry. He wasassigned to command
Fort Dakota, Dakota Territory, a position he helduntil he resigned his
commission on April. 1, 1869.
Kilburn returned to Philadelphia. Moving to New York City, he accepteda
position with the firm of Schuyler, Hartlely, and Graham. On AprilAugust 19,
1871, he married Annie Menager. When General John A. Dixwas elected Governor
of New York, Knox was appointed to the Governor'sstaff as Commissary General
and Chief of Ordnance with the rank ofBrigadier General. He was much involved
in veterans' affairs in NewYork.
He was one of the earliest members of the MOLLUS becoming a Companion(Insignia
No. 65) of the Pennsylvania Commandery on November 1, 1865.He transferred to
the New York Commandery on April 30, 1877 and to theWisconsin Commandery on
October 2, 1889.
In January 1887, he was appointed Secretary and Inspector of theNorthwestern
Branch, National Home for Disabled Veterans at Milwaukee,Wisconsin. He became
Governor of the Home on May 1, 1889. His wife,Annie, worked as a Matron of the
Home. The Knox's had a daughter,Birdseye McPherson Knox. General Knox died at
the National Soldier'sHome on April 17, 1891. Annie M. Knox continued to work
as a Matron atthe Home until her death in 1927. Birdseye married Oscar
Chrysler and they had three children, Laura Annette, Harriet Louise, and
FrederickKnox Chrysler.
Kilburn Knox was called to testify, at the trial of John Wilkes Booth,in the
assassination of President Lincoln, as a witness in the portionof the trial of
the conspirators that dealt with the defendant MichaelO'Laughlen. O'Laughlen
was a childhood friend of John Wilkes Boothwhen both were residents of
Baltimore, Maryland. O'Laughlen hadenlisted in the First Maryland Infantry in
the Confederate Army in1861 and served until late 1862 when ill health forced
him to resignand return to Maryland. John Wilkes Booth had drawn him into
theinitial conspiracy, which was to kidnap President Lincoln. The plot
tokidnap the President failed and O'Laughlen returned to Baltimore fromthe
Capitol. Several weeks later, he was summoned by Booth to meetwith him in
Washington, DC and was present in the city on April 13.
It was on the evening of April 13, 1865, that Major Knox encounteredMichael
O'Laughlen in front of the home of Secretary of War Edwin M.Stanton. It was
charged in the specifications that MichaelO'Laughlen's assignment in the
conspiracy was to murder General Grantwho it was stated was staying at the
home of Secretary Stanton. Thetheory advanced was that O'Laughlen had gone to
see if Grant was atthe Stanton home and what opportunity he might have to
assassinate himthe next evening in concert with the attacks by Booth,
Adzerodt, andPowell.(4)
It was to give evidence in support of the specifications by the JudgeAdvocate
General that Lieutenant Colonel Knox testified on May 16,1865 in the trial
chamber at the Washington Arsenal. In response toquestions from Joseph Holt
Knox stated," I was at the home of theSecretary of War, in this city on the
evening of the 13th of Aprillast, and saw there a man whom I recognize among
the prisoners. Therehe is [pointing to the accused, Michael O' Laughlin].* I
left the WarDepartment at 10 o'clock after the illumination there was over
andwalked up to the Secretary's house. There was a band playing at thehouse
and on the steps were General Grant, Mrs. Grant, the Secretary,General Barnes
and his wife, Mr. Knapp and his wife, Miss LucyStanton, and two or three small
children. I was standing on the uppersteps talking to Mrs. Grant and the
General. Some fireworks were beingset off in the square opposite and I stepped
down a little to allowthe children to see them. I got down on the step, I
think, next to thelast one, leaning against the railing, and this man
[O'Laughlin] cameup to me after I had been there ten minutes, probably, and
said, "IsStanton in?" Said I, "I suppose you mean the Secretary?" He
said,"Yes." I think he made the remark, "I am a lawyer in town; I know himvery
well." I was under the impression he was under the influence ofliquor. I told
him I did not think he could see him then and he walkedto the other side of
the steps and stood there probably five minutes.I still staid there, I suppose
five minutes and he walked over andsaid, "Is Mr. Stanton in?" and then said,
"Excuse me, I thought youwere the officer on duty here." Said I, "There is no
officer on dutyhere." He then walked to the other side of the steps and walked
insideof the hall, the alcove, and stood on the inside of the step. I sawhim
standing there, and I walked over to Mr. David Stanton and said,"Do you know
that man?" He said he did not. I said to him, "He says heknows the Secretary
very well, but he is under the influence of liquorand you had better bring him
out." Mr. David Stanton walked up to him,talked to him a few moments, and then
took him down the steps. He wentoff, and I did not notice him again. He did
not say anything aboutGeneral Grant. By this time, I think, the General had
gone into theparlor.
I think the Secretary stood on the steps outside, and this man stoodbehind the
Secretary, and from where he stood, he could see into theparlor. On the
left-hand side of the hall, going in, is the library;on the other side is the
parlor door. He stood on the side next to thelibrary, and in that position he
could have looked into the parlor,and see who was in there through the door.
The whole house was lightedup, and I feel pretty certain that the prisoner,
O'Laughlin, is theman I saw."
On being cross-examined by O'Laughlen's defense counsel, Walter Cox,Lieutenant
Colonel Knox said, "I do not recollect whether it wasmoonlight or dark that
evening. There was a great crowd around theSecretary's house, and close up to
the steps. I did not notice the manuntil he walked up on the steps and spoke
to me, and after he went outagain I saw him no more. I did not go inside the
hall while he wasthere. Secretary Stanton was on the left-hand side of the
stepstalking to Mrs. Grant, and the man went up on the right-hand side
pastthem, and went in and took a place on the left hand side. He had on ablack
slouch hat, a black frock coat, and black pants; as to his vest,I cannot say.
That was while the fireworks were going on. I had neverseen the man before. I
have seen him once since in this prison; I camehere a week ago last Sunday for
the purpose of identifying him."  Theimportance of Kilburn Knox's testimony
lies in the identification ofMichael O'Laughlen and in his conversation with
him wherein O'Laughlenonly asked after Secretary Stanton and not General
Grant. DavidStanton, the Secretary's son, backed up Knox's testimony.
SergeantJohn C. Hatter who also was at the Stanton home said that O'
Laughlendid ask after Grant, but his testimony may simply have been
influencedby the specifications that were public by the time he and the
otherstestified.
The indictment listed the obvious targets that were actually attackedor
threatened with attack: the President, the Vice President, and theSecretary of
State. The indictment also listed Lieutenant GeneralGrant. But if O'Laughlen
was to attack Grant then he would have goneto the Willard Hotel, not the
residence of the Secretary of War, wherethere was no indication that Grant
would be staying, or that he wouldbe there on the following day, April 14,
when the attacks were to becarried out. Grant always stayed at the Willard and
the conspiratorswould surely have known this. On April 13, Booth checked out
Ford'sTheatre, Powell strolled by the home of the Secretary of State
andactually spoke to the male nurse enquiring after Seward's health, andGeorge
J. Adzerodt went to the Kirkland House where he had the clerkpoint out Vice
President Andrew Johnson, whom he did not know, who washaving a meal in the
dining room. If the assassins were checking onthe location of their potential
victims then why did O'Laughlen go tothe house of the Secretary of War if his
intended target was Grant,who always stayed at the Willard? An obvious answer
is that Grant wasnot the target at all-but Edwin M. Stanton was.
In many ways Secretary Stanton was the person who had done more tobring about
the destruction of the Confederacy than any of the othersin the administration
with the exception of the President. As thetrial developed the question of a
possible attempt on the life of theSecretary of War, to be carried out on the
same night as the others,was suggested but was brushed aside in favor of the
more dramatictarget, Ulysses S. Grant. However, there was no knowledge on the
partof the conspirators that Grant would be in the Capitol until heactually
arrived on the 13th and checked in at the Willard. On theother hand, Stanton
was known to be in Washington and the conspiratorscertainly knew where he
lived. The Secretary of War, given the otherintended victims, was the obvious
fourth target. As the otherassassins were checking out their targets and
places of operation, so,it appears, was Michael O'Laughlen, but, when it came
to actuallycarrying out his mission, like George Adzerodt, it may well be that
hegot cold feet. Also like Adzerodt, he had been drinking heavily onApril 13th
and continued to do so on April 14th. In any case, hereturned to Baltimore on
the 15th where he was later arrested.
The testimony of Kilburn Knox, had it been more carefully analyzed bythe
prosecution, indicated that Edwin McMasters Stanton was the mostlogical and
intended fourth victim of the conspirators and not UlyssesS. Grant, who, at
most, would have been only a target of opportunity.
The story of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln continues to be thesubject
of historical research, with books and articles on the topicappearing almost
annually. Speculations are still made about allaspects of the assassination
and the trial and the figures connectedwith the "crime of the century." This
article is only one of many andsuggests a theory that it was Edwin M. Stanton
who was the target andthat Michael O'Laughlen was as involved as George
Adzerodt in theattempt to assassinate the leaders of the government on April
14,1865.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Ira Kilburn Knox
Birth:  Oct 23, 1842
Death:  Apr 17, 1891
Burial:  Wood National Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI
Tombstone photo on memorial
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Notes for James Butterfield KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 60
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Notes for John Colvin KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 60

SOURCE:  "History of Seven Counties" - Deerfield Township, PA.  JohnColton
Knox was born in Deerfield, February, 1817, studied law andbecame one of the
Judges of the Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania.http://www.rootsweb.com/~srgp/outline/deerfout.htm

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.

OBITUARY:  "Wellsboro Agitator"  1880-1881.  31 Aug 1880.  John C.Knox.
Died Hon. John C. Knox died in Harrisburg last Fri. He was brought tothis
village yesterday for interment. Mr Knox was born at Knoxville,Tioga Co., in
Feb. 1817. Judge Knox leaves three sons and a daughter,his wife having died
some time ago in Wellsboro. (long article).(Names of his children were not
given but a news item in the samepaper said General Kilbourne Knox of New York
and John C. Knox, Jr.,of Washington were in town yesterday, being called
hither by thefuneral of their father, the late Hon. John C. Knox.)

BURIAL:  Wellsboro Cemetery, Wellsboro, Tioga Co.,
PAhttp://www.joycetice.com/cemt/wellsbjk.htm
Knox, John C.  Feb 18, 1817 - Aug 26, 1880.
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Notes for John Colvin KNOX Jr.


He was a graduate of Union College and practiced law in Philadelphia,PA.  Died
unmarried.

SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 153

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.
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Notes for Laura Minerva KNOX


BURIAL:  Riverside Cemetery, Knoxville, Tioga Co.,
PA.http://www.joycetice.com/cemt/rivera17.htm
White, Laura M. 1853-1933 "His Wife"
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Notes for Mary Black KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 153

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.
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Notes for Rufus Joe KNOX


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Rufus Joe Knox
Birth:  Jun 28, 1894
Death:  Jul 19, 1971
Buried:  Altoona Cemetery, Altoona, Wilson Co., KS
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Sally A KNOX


BIRTH:  Family Search.  IGI - Extracted birth record for localitylisted in
record.  Sally A. Knox.  Birth:  07 Jun 1833, Gardiner,Kennebec Co., ME. 
Parents:  John Knox & Abigail.  Batch:  C502691.Dates:  1875.  Source Call #: 
0928184.  Type:  Film.  Printout Call#:  None.
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Notes for William KNOX Jr.


Parents were William Knox and Margaret Colton

SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs. P. 24

DEATH:  SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. :a record
of the births, marriages and deaths of some of hisdescendants.  Rochester,
N.Y.: unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.. P. 24
Aged 40 yrs, 3 mos. 23 days.
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Notes for William Fay KNOX


SOURCE:   Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. : arecord of the
births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants.Rochester, N.Y.:
unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.  p. 153

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, ward 22.Enumerated 
4 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  129/150.  J.C. Knox, 50,Judge, Supreme Court,
PA.  A. R., 50, PA.  Kilburn, 27, US. Army, PA.J.C. Jr., 25, Lawyer, PA. 
William F., 23, book merchant, PA.  CharlesS., 19, PA.  Asa R., 17, PA.  Mary
B., 12, PA.
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Notes for Peter KNUDSEN


MILITARY:  WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.  Peter Knudsen,27, living
in Los Banos, CA registered in Merced Co., CA.  Birth date:10 May 1890, birth
place, Newman, CA.  He is a creamery man in LosBanos, married, tall with a
medium build and has light brown eyes andlight brown hair.  No physical
disqualifcations noted.

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for CA, Santa Clara Co., San Jose, E.D. #170,Sheet 9B. 
Knudsen, Peter, Head, 29, b. CA, f/b Denmark, m/b Denmark.Verda Florie, Wife,
28.  b. CA, f/b MI, m/b CA
CENSUS:  1930 US Census for CA, Sacramento Co., Sacramento, E.D. #51,3A. 
Knudsen, Peter, Head, 39, 1st m. at 26.  V Flossie Knudsen 38,1st m. at 25. 
Peter, Son, 9, b. CA.  Jane T?, Daughter, 6, b. CA.

MILITARY:  U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946: PeterKnudsen. 
Birth Year: 1921.  Nativity State or Country: California.Res: Santa Clara Co,
CA.  Enlistment Date: 19 Jan 1942.  EnlistmentPlace: Stockton, CA.  Branch:
Air Corps.  Grade: Aviation Cadet.  Termof Enlistment: Enlistment for the
duration of the War or otheremergency, plus six months, subject to the
discretion of the Presidentor otherwise according to law.  Component: Army of
the United States .. . .  Education: 2 years of college.  Marital Status:
Single, withoutdependents.  Height: 74.  Weight: 150. DEATH:  CA Death
Index:Knudsen Peter, Birth: 05/10/1890; to mother Rasmussen; father:Knudsen,
in CA.  Died in Santa Clara Co. 10/13/1947 at 56 yrs

BURIAL:  U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006.  Name: Peter Knudsen.Service
Info.: 2 Lt US Army Air Corps World War II.  Death Date: 10Sep 1942. 
Interment Date: 21 Sep 1942.  Cemetery: Golden GateNational Cemetery. 
Cemetery Address: 1300 Sneath Lane San Bruno, CA94066.  Buried At: Section K
Site 2856-B
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Notes for Jane Y KNUDSON


BIRTH:  Ca Birth Index at Vitalsearch.  Knudson Jane Y., DOB: 1923 0928; to
mother Smith in Almeda Co., CA.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for CA, Sacramento Co., Sacramento, E.D. #51,3A. 
Knudsen, Peter, Head, 39, 1st m. at 26.  V Flossie Knudsen 38,1st m. at 25. 
Peter, Son, 9, b. CA.  Jane T?, Daughter, 6, b. CA.
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