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Thomas EDGINGTON2,3 was born on 2 Jan 1744 in , Hampshire Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died before Feb 1814 in , Brooke Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 30514. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(2) "West Virginia Estate Settlements," comp. by Ross B. Johnston (Genealogical
Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.156.
(3) "That Dark and Bloody River," by Allen W. Eckert (New York: Bantam Books,
1995) p.18,87-88,198,232,273,323-324,431,701.
(4) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
Cites: (a) Packer MSS 1-3. (b) "Mag. of Am. Gen." Vol. I, #3, p.24.

!Birth: (1) 2 Jan 1744. (1,3) Hampshire Co., VA. (1) s/o George EDGINGTON/
Margaret BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.)
Marriage to Martha __: (2)
Death: (2) Will proved, Feb 1814, Brooke Co., West Virginia. (4) 1814, Jefferson Co., OH.
(NOTE: Jefferson Co., OH is just across the Ohio River from Holliday's Cove,
WV.)

(3) 1771: Settled at Redstone, now Brownsville, Fayette Co., PA.
(3) c.1772/3: Bought from Andrew VAN SWEARINGEN 700 acres on Chartiers Creek for
for $160. Was one of the earliest settlers on Chartiers Creek at Catfish Camp,
later Washington, Washington Co., PA.
(3) 1774, 2 Oct: After an attack by Mingo Indians on the Harmon GREATHOUSE
cabin at Harmon's creek, 24 miles above Wheeling (WV), everyone in the cabin
fled to the mile-distant cabin of Thomas EDGINGTON, which was much better
fortified and had a dozen men on hand. Just after dark as a light drizzle was
falling, the Indians attacked the EDGINGTON cabin and fired upon it at
intervals until nearly midnight before finally leaving.
(3) 1779, spring: At age 35, was chosen by Capt. Samuel BRADY to be one of his
Rangers, which also included Samuel MURPHY, Peter PARCHMENT, John and Abram
CUPPY, and Vachel and Kinzie DICKERSON. Thomas EDGINGTON was the eldest of
this group who had a great deal of scouting and Indian fighting in his
background. Described as a man of about 5 feet 8 inches tall, 160 pounds,
serious and highly dependable, a very swift runner, and could lift objects
much heavier than any of his neighbors could manage. They operated out of
Fort Pitt at Pittsburgh and were responsible for scouting the area along the
eastern shore of the Ohio River for signs of Indians, attacking raiding
parties, warning settlements, and rescuing captured settlers. The Rangers
operated until peace was finally established in 1795.
(3) 1780, 17 Aug: Moved his family from their Chartier's Creek claim to
Holliday's Cove, which was settled in 1771 by Harmon GREATHOUSE, John
DODDRIDGE, Benjamin BIGGS, and George LEFLER. It was 66 miles down the Ohio
River from Fort Pitt and 25 miles above Wheeling Creek, a couple of miles up
Harmon's Creek on the site of present Holliday's Cove, Hancock Co., West Virginia.
(3) 1781, Aug: Holliday's Cove Fort burned accidentally, and Thomas EDGINGTON
and others undertook to rebuild it. It was nearly completed by Apr 1782.
(3) 1782, 1 Apr: Captured by a Wyandot Indian party a mile up Harmon's Creek
from his home. The party was led by Scotach and Simon GIRTY. On arrival at
Half King's Town, EDGINGTON was forced to run the gauntlet, which he did
bravely and well. Monakaduto (Half King), the chief and Scotach's father,
liked what he saw and announced that he might adopt this white to take the
place of his son Dakadulah, who had been killed 6 months earlier in a fight
with Andrew POE. Monakaduto's wife, however, whom EDGINGTON referred to as
"the old queen," objected so strenously that Monakaduto gave up on the idea.
EDGINGTON was held captive in the village for 3 months before finally being
sold to the British at Detroit. During his captivity, Scotach had treated him
very well, as if they were brothers. EDGINGTON later said that "Scotach has
the highest principles and is the noblest and best man I ever met, be he white,
black or red."
(3) Was shipped by the British from Detroit to Montreal and then to Kingston on
the Hudson River, from which place he was released with Daniel KINNEY and John
FITCH.
(3) 1793, Mar: Returned to the upper Ohio. His family had moved back to
Chartiers Creek, not knowing whether he was still alive.
(3) Moved back to Holliday's Cove on Harmon's Creek.
(2) 1814, Feb: Will of Thomas EDGINGTON named wife Martha, sons Jesse, John and
Thomas.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Edgington, A Genealogical Quarterly," Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1991.
(2) "West Virginia Estate Settlements," comp. by Ross B. Johnston (Genealogical
Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1977) p.156.
(3) "That Dark and Bloody River," by Allen W. Eckert (New York: Bantam Books,
1995) p.18,87-88,198,232,273,323-324,431,701.
(4) Billy Dubois Edgington, 1138 Bomo Koral Cir., Santa Ana, CA 92703 (1986).
Cites: (a) Packer MSS 1-3. (b) "Mag. of Am. Gen." Vol. I, #3, p.24.

!Birth: (1) 2 Jan 1744. (1,3) Hampshire Co., VA. (1) s/o George EDGINGTON/
Margaret BROOME. (NOTE: Hampshire Co. now in WV.)
Marriage to Martha __: (2)
Death: (2) Will proved, Feb 1814, Brooke Co., WV. (4) 1814, Jefferson Co., OH.
(NOTE: Jefferson Co., OH is just across the Ohio River from Holliday's Cove,
WV.)

(3) 1771: Settled at Redstone, now Brownsville, Fayette Co., PA.
(3) c.1772/3: Bought from Andrew VAN SWEARINGEN 700 acres on Chartiers Creek for
for $160. Was one of the earliest settlers on Chartiers Creek at Catfish Camp,
later Washington, Washington Co., PA.
(3) 1774, 2 Oct: After an attack by Mingo Indians on the Harmon GREATHOUSE
cabin at Harmon's creek, 24 miles above Wheeling (WV), everyone in the cabin
fled to the mile-distant cabin of Thomas EDGINGTON, which was much better
fortified and had a dozen men on hand. Just after dark as a light drizzle was
falling, the Indians attacked the EDGINGTON cabin and fired upon it at
intervals until nearly midnight before finally leaving.
(3) 1779, spring: At age 35, was chosen by Capt. Samuel BRADY to be one of his
Rangers, which also included Samuel MURPHY, Peter PARCHMENT, John and Abram
CUPPY, and Vachel and Kinzie DICKERSON. Thomas EDGINGTON was the eldest of
this group who had a great deal of scouting and Indian fighting in his
background. Described as a man of about 5 feet 8 inches tall, 160 pounds,
serious and highly dependable, a very swift runner, and could lift objects
much heavier than any of his neighbors could manage. They operated out of
Fort Pitt at Pittsburgh and were responsible for scouting the area along the
eastern shore of the Ohio River for signs of Indians, attacking raiding
parties, warning settlements, and rescuing captured settlers. The Rangers
operated until peace was finally established in 1795.
(3) 1780, 17 Aug: Moved his family from their Chartier's Creek claim to
Holliday's Cove, which was settled in 1771 by Harmon GREATHOUSE, John
DODDRIDGE, Benjamin BIGGS, and George LEFLER. It was 66 miles down the Ohio
River from Fort Pitt and 25 miles above Wheeling Creek, a couple of miles up
Harmon's Creek on the site of present Holliday's Cove, Hancock Co., WV.
(3) 1781, Aug: Holliday's Cove Fort burned accidentally, and Thomas EDGINGTON
and others undertook to rebuild it. It was nearly completed by Apr 1782.
(3) 1782, 1 Apr: Captured by a Wyandot Indian party a mile up Harmon's Creek
from his home. The party was led by Scotach and Simon GIRTY. On arrival at
Half King's Town, EDGINGTON was forced to run the gauntlet, which he did
bravely and well. Monakaduto (Half King), the chief and Scotach's father,
liked what he saw and announced that he might adopt this white to take the
place of his son Dakadulah, who had been killed 6 months earlier in a fight
with Andrew POE. Monakaduto's wife, however, whom EDGINGTON referred to as
"the old queen," objected so strenously that Monakaduto gave up on the idea.
EDGINGTON was held captive in the village for 3 months before finally being
sold to the British at Detroit. During his captivity, Scotach had treated him
very well, as if they were brothers. EDGINGTON later said that "Scotach has
the highest principles and is the noblest and best man I ever met, be he white,
black or red."
(3) Was shipped by the British from Detroit to Montreal and then to Kingston on
the Hudson River, from which place he was released with Daniel KINNEY and John
FITCH.
(3) 1793, Mar: Returned to the upper Ohio. His family had moved back to
Chartiers Creek, not knowing whether he was still alive.
(3) Moved back to Holliday's Cove on Harmon's Creek.
(2) 1814, Feb: Will of Thomas EDGINGTON named wife Martha, sons Jesse, John and
Thomas. Parents: George EDGINGTON and Margaret BROOME.

Spouse: Martha. Thomas EDGINGTON and Martha were married. Reference Number:574240

Spouse: Martha. Thomas EDGINGTON and Martha were married. Reference Number:574241


Verne EDGINGTON3,739 died between 1925 and 1990.3,739 He is reference number 27213. Parents: Allen EDGINGTON and Minnie Wilma WILLIAMSON.


EDGIVA5,128 was born about 870.5,128 She died between 923 and 965.5,128 She is reference number 2040.

Spouse: Edward The ELDER. Edward The ELDER and EDGIVA were married. Reference Number:2211 Children were: EDMOND I.


Queen Of England EDGIVA7,207,228,243,496 was born in 896 in , , Kent, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] She died in 953. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] She was christened in England - Dtr Of Edward The Elder. She was buried in Winchester Cathedral, London, England. GIVN Edgiva "Queen" of
SURN ENGLAND
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OCCU Princess of England...
SOUR HAWKINS.GED says 896;www.rootsweb. com/gumby says ABT 884, Wessex, England;
members.aol.com/sargen3 ABT 884, Wes sex, England
SOUR 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve) & CHARL.TXT say 951;www.rootsweb.com /gumby says AFT
955; Anglo-Saxon England, Frank Stenton, p. 346 says 947
HAW KINS.GED says AFT 951; members.aol.com/sargen3 says AFT 955
1st name sometimes spelled Edgiva - Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H.
Browning, p. 289; Pro bably granddaughter of Alfred the Great -1CHARL.TXT
(Compuserve); 1st name som etimes spelled Odgiva or Aedgyfu - COMYN4.TAF (Compu
serve), p. 7; Sometimes c alled Edith - Anglo-Saxon England, Frank Stenton;
AEdgiva - COMYNJ.TAF (Compus erve), p. 11; Edgiva (Eadgifu (Aedgifu)) - Royalty
for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130
EADGIFU, daughter of EDWARD THE ELDER and AELFLAEDA: HAWKINS.G ED gives parents as Edward, King of England & Elfleda (AElflaed) of Wiltshire - NPH
http://misc.traveller.com/genealogy/gedhtml/kmilburn/d0003/g0000089.htm#I 2139 & http://members.aol.com/sargen3/g0000040.htm#I2249 say parents are King E dward of England and Edgina (daughter of
Sigilline) - NPH

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Name Suffix:<NSFX> Queen of England Parents: . Parents: . Parents: Earl Dorman Of Kent SIGEHELM.

Spouse: King Charles III. Children were: King Louis IV.

Spouse: King Of West France Charles III "The OF FRANCE Roi De France. King Of West France Charles III "The OF FRANCE Roi De France and Queen Of England EDGIVA were married in 918 in (His 3Rd Wife). _FREL Natural
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The Conquest of England, Eric Linklater, p. 103 says 919
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130, 192 says 918 Children were: King Of France Louis TRANSMARINUS IV.

Spouse: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I. West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Queen Of England EDGIVA were married in 919 in Wessex, England.104,113 _FREL Natural
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_MRE L Natural Children were: Princess Of England THYRA, Princess Of England Eadgyth OF ENGLAND, King Of England Edmund OF ENGLAND I, Princess Of England ELGIVA, King Of England EDMUND I.


Queen Of France Queen Of France EDHILD7,25,26 was born about 895.25 She died in 937.25 She was buried in 937.25 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Queen of France
Data Source:
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203 Willowbrook Court
Winchester, VA 22602
( 540) 723-8974

Created by:
Pat Adams
2111 Albemarle Terrace
Brooklyn, NY 11226-3905
(718) 469-4032 Parents: .

Spouse: King Of France Hugues MAGNUS. King Of France Hugues MAGNUS and Queen Of France Queen Of France EDHILD were married.


EDHILDA.149

Spouse: King Of France Hugues MAGNUS.


Alexander EDIE2,3 died in 1825 in , Highland Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 30574. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o David EDIE.
Marriage to __ Dunbar: (1a)
Marriage to Jane SPEERS: (1a)
Death: (1a) 1825, Highland Co., OH.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o David EDIE.
Marriage to __ Dunbar: (1a)
Marriage to Jane SPEERS: (1a)
Death: (1a) 1825, Highland Co., OH. Parents: David EDIE. Parents: David EDIE.

Spouse: DUNBAR. Alexander EDIE and DUNBAR were married. Reference Number:575349

Spouse: Jane SPEARS. Alexander EDIE and Jane SPEARS were married. Reference Number:575350


David EDIE2,3 died in 1754 in Gettysburg, Adams Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 30573. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Death: (1a) 1754, Gettysburg, PA.

Children were: David EDIE, Alexander EDIE.


David EDIE2,3 died in 1754 in Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA.2,3 He is reference number 43881. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Death: (1a) 1754, Gettysburg, PA.

Children were: Alexander EDIE, David EDIE.


David EDIE2,3 died on 28 Aug 1812.2,3 He is reference number 30572. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o David EDIE.
Death: (1a) 28 Aug 1812. Parents: David EDIE.

Spouse: Margaret EDGINGTON. David EDIE and Margaret EDGINGTON were married in 1792.2,3 Reference Number:575282 Children were: Joseph EDIE.


David EDIE2,3 died on 28 Aug 1812.2,3 He is reference number 43880. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o David EDIE.
Death: (1a) 28 Aug 1812. Parents: David EDIE.

Spouse: Margaret EDGINGTON. David EDIE and Margaret EDGINGTON were married in 1792.2,3 Reference Number:575300 Children were: Joseph EDIE.


Joseph EDIE2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30577. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o David EDIE/Margaret EDGINGTON.
Marriage to Frances __: (1a)
Marriage to Permelia BOWMAN: (1a)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO (1996). Cites: (a) Thompson's
"Historical Collections of Adams Co., Ohio," p.169-187.

!Birth: (1a) s/o David EDIE/Margaret EDGINGTON.
Marriage to Frances __: (1a)
Marriage to Permelia BOWMAN: (1a) Parents: David EDIE and Margaret EDGINGTON. Parents: David EDIE and Margaret EDGINGTON.

Spouse: Frances. Joseph EDIE and Frances were married. Reference Number:575389

Spouse: Permelia BOWMAN. Joseph EDIE and Permelia BOWMAN were married. Reference Number:575390

Spouse: Frances. Joseph EDIE and Frances were married. Reference Number:575391


Living EDIGER.3

Spouse: Living RILEY.


John Price EDINFIELD.188

Spouse: Mary Juanita DUNHAM. Children were: Living EDINFIELD.


Living EDINFIELD. Parents: John Price EDINFIELD and Mary Juanita DUNHAM.


Rose EDIS4,5 was born about 1736 in Of Woolley, Hunts, England.4,5 She was buried on 6 Jan 1802 in Offord Darcy, Hunts, England.4,5

Spouse: Samuel KNIGHTON. Samuel KNIGHTON and Rose EDIS were married on 31 Jul 1756 in Woolley, Hunts, England.4,5


EDITH.

Spouse: John FITZRANDOLPH. Children were: Christopher FITZRANDOLPH.


EDITH.377

Spouse: Edward WOODMAN.


EDITH.377

Spouse: Edward Or Robert WOODMAN.


EDITH.394

Spouse: Richard DODGE. Children were: Richard DODGE.


EDITH.523

Spouse: Walter WEBB. Children were: WEBB.


EDITH.37,378

Spouse: Emperor/Germany Henry I Of The Germans SAXONY. Children were: MATILDA.

Spouse: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I. Children were: MATILDA.


EDITH.340,341

Spouse: Roger DE ST. POL. Children were: Count Hugues I DE ST. POL.


EDITH.378 Parents: King Of England Aethelred ETHELRED II and Elgiva Of NORTHUMBRIA.


EDITH7,10,14,33,64 died in 937. She was born in . Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Ecgwyn OF WESSEX.


EDITH7,120 died in 937. She was born in . Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Ecgwyn OF WESSEX.


EDITH7,974 was born about 1460.

Spouse: John Fitz II RANDOLPH. John Fitz II RANDOLPH and EDITH were married about 1480. Children were: Christopher Fitz II RANDOLPH.


Living EDITH.377

Spouse: Stanley Lester RINEHART.


Of Greystoke Sigulfson EDITH.378

Spouse: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I. Children were: Baron Of Okehampton Fitzedith ROBERT.


Living EDKINS.5,128

Spouse: Living HALSTEAD. Children were: Living EDKINS.


Living EDKINS.5,128 Parents: Living EDKINS and Living HALSTEAD.


Living EDMISTON.5,128

Spouse: Living HALSTEAD.


Martha EDMISTON5,128 was born in 1693.5,128 She is reference number 1883.

Spouse: John BUCHANAN. John BUCHANAN and Martha EDMISTON were married. Reference Number:2120 Children were: Samual BUCHANAN.


Martha EDMISTON3 was born in 1772 in Washington City, Virginia.3 She died in 1843 in Williamson City, Tennessee.3 She is reference number 398.

Spouse: William G. BOYD. William G. BOYD and Martha EDMISTON were married. Reference Number:15617 Children were: Marcus M. BOYD.


Rufus EDMISTON2,3 was born on 15 Jul 1825.2,3 He died in Oct 1875 in , Lyon Co., Kansas.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Americus Cemetery, Lyon Co., Kansas.2,3 He is reference number 45735. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Randolph County, Illinois Commemerative Edition, Bicentennial 1795-1995," by the Ran dolph County Genealogical Society (1995) p.187-188.

! Birth: (1) 15 Jul 1825.
Death: (1) Oct 1875.
Burial: (1) Americus Cemetery, Lyon Co., KS.

Spouse: Sarah BOYD. Rufus EDMISTON and Sarah BOYD were married on 17 Nov 1856.2,3 Reference Number:805154


William Hugh EDMISTON2,3 was born on 14 Oct 1844.2,3 He died on 19 Jan 1929 in , Lyon Co., Kansas.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Americus Cemetery, Lyon Co., Kansas.2,3 He is reference number 45738. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "Randolph County, Illinois Commemerative Edition, Bicentennial 1795-1995," by the Ran dolph County Genealogical Society (1995) p.187-188.

! Birth: (1) s/o Albert G. EDMISTON/Narcissa G. TAYLOR. 14 Oct 1844.
Death: (1) 19 Jan 1929.
Burial: (1) Americus Cemetery, Lyon Co., KS.

Spouse: Margaret Lyons BOYD. William Hugh EDMISTON and Margaret Lyons BOYD were married on 25 Nov 1868.2,3 Reference Number:805253


EDMOND I5,128 was born in 921.5,128 He died in 946.5,128 He is reference number 2037. Parents: Edward The ELDER and EDGIVA.

Spouse: ELGIFU. EDMOND I and ELGIFU were married. Reference Number:2210 Children were: EDGAR.


Living EDMOND.3

Spouse: Chester DAVIS. Children were: Living DAVIS, Living DAVIS, Living DAVIS, Living DAVIS.


Thomas EDMOND Jr. Goolsbee7,188 was born on 12 Jan 1895. He died on 9 Mar 1946 in Beaumont, TX. never married. Parents: Thomas Edmond GOOLSBEE and Charly Adaline MOYE.


Asahel EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1800.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9346. Parents: John EDMONDS and Experience PRATT.


Bettey EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1790.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 9340. Parents: John EDMONDS and Experience PRATT.


Eddy EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1788.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9343. Parents: John EDMONDS and Experience PRATT.


Erastus Emory EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1840.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9349. Parents: Zephaniah EDMONDS and Adeline JEWELL.


Francis EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1842.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9350. Parents: Zephaniah EDMONDS and Adeline JEWELL.


Gorton EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1793.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9342. Parents: John EDMONDS and Experience PRATT.


Harriet Jewell EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1827.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 9348. Parents: Zephaniah EDMONDS and Adeline JEWELL.


John EDMONDS.5,94,126,127 Parents: John EDMUNDS and Silence EMERSON.

Spouse: Experience PRATT. Children were: John EDMONDS, Obadia EDMONDS, Synthey EDMONDS, Eddy EDMONDS, Zephaniah EDMONDS, Bettey EDMONDS, Gorton EDMONDS, Polly EDMONDS, Milley EDMONDS, Asahel EDMONDS.


John EDMONDS5,94,126,127 was born in 1783.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 9344. Parents: John EDMONDS and Experience PRATT.


Lewis EDMONDS.394

Spouse: Harriet O'HAVER. Children were: Stella L. EDMONDS.


Louise Angerine EDMONDS5,128 was born on 4 Sep 1893 in Vinton, Iowa.5,128 She died on 29 Mar 1925 in Vinton, Iowa.5,128 She is reference number 7124.

Spouse: George Emory HALSTEAD. George Emory HALSTEAD and Louise Angerine EDMONDS were married on 15 Feb 1912 in Vinton, Iowa.5 Reference Number:4072 Children were: George Everett HALSTEAD, Virginia Louise HALSTEAD, Leslie Glenn HALSTEAD, Ray Deforest HALSTEAD, Robert Wayne HALSTEAD.

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