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James Edward ALLEN

1951 - ____

Family 1 : Emma Jean STANLEY

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Hannah ARNOLD

29 Jul 1772 - ____

Father: Jacob ARNOLD
Mother: Elizabeth TUTHILL

Family 1 : Silas White HOWELL

                       _Samuel ARNOLD ______+
                      | (1726 - 1764) m 1748
 _Jacob ARNOLD _______|
| (1749 - 1827) m 1770|
|                     |_Phebe FORD _________+
|                       (1729 - 1819) m 1748
|
|--Hannah ARNOLD 
|  (1772 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Elizabeth TUTHILL __|
  (1753 - 1803) m 1770|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Stephen ARNOLD Jr.

1716 - ____

Father: Stephen ARNOLD
Mother: Rachel MARKHAM


                       __
                      |  
 _Stephen ARNOLD _____|
| (1697 - 1788) m 1710|
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--Stephen ARNOLD Jr.
|  (1716 - ....)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Rachel MARKHAM _____|
   m 1710             |
                      |__
                         

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Sarah BALDWIN

4 Jan 1729 - ____

Father: Nathaniel BALDWIN
Mother: Elizabeth PARMALEE

Family 1 : Nathaniel STANLEY
  1.  Jedidah STANLEY
  2.  Sarah STANLEY
  3.  Samuel STANLEY
  4. +Sarah STANLEY
  5.  Oliver STANLEY
  6.  Elizabeth STANLEY
  7. +John STANLEY

                       _Samuel BALDWIN _____+
                      | (1655 - ....)       
 _Nathaniel BALDWIN __|
| (1693 - 1760) m 1718|
|                     |_Abigail UNKNOWN ____
|                                           
|
|--Sarah BALDWIN 
|  (1729 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Elizabeth PARMALEE _|
  (1696 - 1786) m 1718|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Harriet BARNES

1 Oct 1835 - 6 Sep 1917

Father: James A. BARNES
Mother: Elizabeth BARNETT


                       __
                      |  
 _James A. BARNES ____|
| (1793 - 1872) m 1815|
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--Harriet BARNES 
|  (1835 - 1917)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Elizabeth BARNETT __|
  (1794 - 1854) m 1815|
                      |__
                         

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Sarah BEACH

[69]

____ - ____

Father: Thomas BEACH
Mother: Sarah PLATT


                       _Thomas BEACH _______
                      | (1590 - 1636) m 1611
 _Thomas BEACH _______|
| (1613 - 1662) m 1652|
|                     |_Joan HILL __________
|                       (1590 - 1636) m 1611
|
|--Sarah BEACH 
|  
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Sarah PLATT ________|
  (.... - 1670) m 1652|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[69] Children: (i) Samuel Lyon; (ii) Joseph Lyon, b. 1676; (iii) Henry Lyon,
b.
1682; (iv) Mary Lyon; (v) Sarah Lyon.

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Marintha BEVANS

11 Dec 1797 - ____

Father: Manning BEVANS
Mother: Mary STANLEY

Family 1 : George D. GATES
  1.  Mary GATES
  2.  George GATES
  3.  Sophia GATES
  4.  Bevans GATES
  5.  Elizabeth GATES

                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _Manning BEVANS _____|
| (1774 - 1832) m 1793|
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Marintha BEVANS 
|  (1797 - ....)
|                      _Amaziah STANLEY ____+
|                     | (1733 - 1790) m 1769
|_Mary STANLEY _______|
  (1775 - 1856) m 1793|
                      |_Mary FLOWER ________+
                        (1745 - 1822) m 1769

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Clarissa BURNHAM

7 Jun 1788 - ____

Family 1 : Alvin NORTH
  1.  Harriet A. NORTH

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George CHURCH

ABT 1799 - ____

Father: James CHURCH
Mother: Thankful COLLYER


                       _James CHURCH _______+
                      | (1696 - 1751) m 1722
 _James CHURCH _______|
| (1736 - 1794) m 1761|
|                     |_Abigail STANLEY ____+
|                       (1695 - 1785) m 1722
|
|--George CHURCH 
|  (1799 - ....)
|                      _Daniel COLLYER _____+
|                     | (1710 - 1743) m 1736
|_Thankful COLLYER ___|
  (1738 - 1823) m 1761|
                      |_Thankful GOODWIN ___
                        (1709 - 1792) m 1736

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Sheila Kay CIHAL

26 Jun 1971 - ____

Father: Alden CIHAL
Mother: Kathleen Ann STANLEY


                         _____________________
                        |                     
 _Alden CIHAL __________|
|  m 1970               |
|                       |_____________________
|                                             
|
|--Sheila Kay CIHAL 
|  (1971 - ....)
|                        _Eugene R. STANLEY __+
|                       | (1920 - ....) m 1941
|_Kathleen Ann STANLEY _|
  (1950 - ....) m 1970  |
                        |_Pauline TALLEY _____+
                           m 1941             

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John CLARK

1 Sep 1712 - 10 Jun 1782

Father: Matthew CLARK
Mother: Ruth JUDD

Family 1 : Elizabeth NEWELL
  1.  Mercy CLARK
  2.  Mary CLARK
  3. +Mervin CLARK
  4. +Daniel CLARK
  5. +Abel CLARK
  6. +Ruth CLARK
  7.  John CLARK Jr.
  8.  Huldah CLARK
  9. +Elizabeth CLARK
  10.  Jane CLARK

                       _John CLARK _________
                      | (1630 - 1712)       
 _Matthew CLARK ______|
| (1674 - 1751) m 1704|
|                     |_Rebecca MARVIN _____
|                       (1639 - 1711)       
|
|--John CLARK 
|  (1712 - 1782)
|                      _John JUDD __________+
|                     | (1640 - 1715) m 1665
|_Ruth JUDD __________|
  (1676 - ....) m 1704|
                      |_Mary HAWKINS _______+
                        (1644 - 1691) m 1665

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Ruth COLE

[44]

29 Oct 1742 - 15 Jan 1844

Father: Matthew COLE
Mother: Mary NEWELL

Family 1 : Selah HART

                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _Matthew COLE _______|
|  m 1758             |
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Ruth COLE 
|  (1742 - 1844)
|                      _Thomas NEWELL ______+
|                     | (1691 - ....) m 1713
|_Mary NEWELL ________|
  (1715 - 1809) m 1758|
                      |_Mary LEE ___________+
                        (1690 - ....) m 1713

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[44] Ruth, an only child married General Selah Hart, Dec 22, 1763 and lived
in the east part of the parish. He united with the church in
Kensington in 1763. She joined in 1771. A clause in his will may be
of interest: "I give to my dear wife Ruth, for her sole use and
disposal, my chaise, the whole of my household furniture, one-half of
the moveable property which shall remian afoer my debts are paid." He
died June 1806, aged 74. She died Jan 15, 1844, aged 101 hears 2
months and 16 days, being the oldest person that ever died in Berlin.
Extraordinary in age, she was not less distinguished by strength of
character, correctness of moral principle and holiness of life. She
adorned the profession of the gospel during three-quarters of a
century. A friend of God and her species, her memory will triumph over
the wrecks of time. No children.

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John COWLES

1598 - 15 Sep 1675

Father: James COLE
Mother: Mary UNKNOWN

Family 1 : Hannah VARNUM
  1. +Samuel COWLES
  2. +John COWLES
  3. +Hannah COWLES
  4. +Mary COWLES
  5. +Sarah COWLES
  6. +Esther COWLES
  7.  Elizabeth COWLES

                       __
                      |  
 _James COLE _________|
| (1568 - ....) m 1612|
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--John COWLES 
|  (1598 - 1675)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Mary UNKNOWN _______|
  (1600 - ....) m 1612|
                      |__
                         

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Abigail CROSS

ABT 1822 - ____

Father: Lucius CROSS
Mother: Thirza STANLEY

Family 1 : Unknown CURTIS

                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _Lucius CROSS _______|
| (1800 - ....) m 1821|
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Abigail CROSS 
|  (1822 - ....)
|                      _Timothy STANLEY ____+
|                     | (1771 - 1819) m 1795
|_Thirza STANLEY _____|
  (1801 - ....) m 1821|
                      |_Abigail ROBBINS ____+
                        (1786 - 1823) m 1795

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Bertha May DELONG

ABT 1890 - ____

Family 1 : James Frederick STANLEY

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Spencer FULLERTON

____ - ____

Family 1 : Mary Helen CHURCHILL
  1.  Lucy Hunter FULLERTON

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Chauncey GAYLORD

16 Dec 1770 - ____

Father: Justus GAYLORD
Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN

Family 1 : Hannah CARNEY
  1. +Eda GAYLORD

                       _Samuel GAYLORD _____+
                      | (1709 - ....) m 1729
 _Justus GAYLORD _____|
| (1732 - 1820) m 1756|
|                     |_Thankful MUNSON ____
|                       (1710 - 1797) m 1729
|
|--Chauncey GAYLORD 
|  (1770 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Elizabeth UNKNOWN __|
  (.... - 1814) m 1756|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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David Willard GOODWIN

22 Oct 1824 - ____

Father: Orson GOODWIN
Mother: Patty RICHARDS

Family 1 : Eliza GRISWOLD

                       _Isaac GOODWIN ______+
                      | (1766 - 1840) m 1789
 _Orson GOODWIN ______|
| (1790 - 1867) m 1816|
|                     |_Asenath HILLS ______
|                       (1766 - 1799) m 1789
|
|--David Willard GOODWIN 
|  (1824 - ....)
|                      _Solomon RICHARDS ___
|                     |                     
|_Patty RICHARDS _____|
  (1793 - 1874) m 1816|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Elijah GRANGER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Mary KING

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Mary Jane GRIDLEY

19 Mar 1839 - ____

Father: Giles Franklin GRIDLEY
Mother: Rebecca STEVENS


                           _Thomas Hooker GRIDLEY _+
                          | (1775 - 1857) m 1800   
 _Giles Franklin GRIDLEY _|
| (1806 - 1886) m 1831    |
|                         |_Lucilla KIRTLAND ______
|                           (1781 - 1826) m 1800   
|
|--Mary Jane GRIDLEY 
|  (1839 - ....)
|                          _Eber STEVENS __________
|                         |                        
|_Rebecca STEVENS ________|
  (1808 - 1882) m 1831    |
                          |_Tabitha BUSHNELL ______
                                                   

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Martha GULSTON

____ - ____

Family 1 : Cornelius BRONSON

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Sawyer Michael HICKS

18 Feb 1995 - ____

Father: Kevin HICKS
Mother: Michelle Maria TURNER


                          ______________________
                         |                      
 _Kevin HICKS ___________|
| (1963 - ....) m 1994   |
|                        |______________________
|                                               
|
|--Sawyer Michael HICKS 
|  (1995 - ....)
|                         _K. Ray TURNER _______+
|                        | (1939 - ....) m 1962 
|_Michelle Maria TURNER _|
  (1964 - ....) m 1994   |
                         |_Ann Mauria MCDONALD _
                           (1940 - ....) m 1962 

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Cornelia HUBBARD

12 Apr 1807 - 26 Feb 1887

Father: Hezekiah HUBBARD
Mother: Nancy UNKNOWN

Family 1 : Ransom Luzern FISK
  1.  George Luzern FISK

                       _George HUBBARD _____+
                      | (1758 - 1838)       
 _Hezekiah HUBBARD ___|
| (1765 - 1829) m 1790|
|                     |_Mehetable MILLER ___
|                                           
|
|--Cornelia HUBBARD 
|  (1807 - 1887)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Nancy UNKNOWN ______|
  (1768 - 1834) m 1790|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Mary HUBBARD

14 Jul 1809 - 18 Mar 1812

Father: Theophilus HUBBARD
Mother: Prudence UNKNOWN


                       _John HUBBARD _______+
                      | (1736 - 1825) m 1764
 _Theophilus HUBBARD _|
|  m 1800             |
|                     |_Hannah PAINE _______
|                       (1745 - 1827) m 1764
|
|--Mary HUBBARD 
|  (1809 - 1812)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Prudence UNKNOWN ___|
   m 1800             |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Zadock HUBBARD

8 Jan 1771 - ____

Father: George HUBBARD Jr.
Mother: Mary STOCKING


                       _George HUBBARD _____+
                      | (1704 - 1789)       
 _George HUBBARD Jr.__|
| (1730 - 1809) m 1751|
|                     |_Mary ROBERTS _______
|                       (.... - 1789)       
|
|--Zadock HUBBARD 
|  (1771 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Mary STOCKING ______|
  (1735 - 1827) m 1751|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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William KNOTT

7 Nov 1725 - 24 Jul 1794

Father: James KNOTT
Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN

Family 1 : Mary ANDREWS
  1.  Anne KNOTT
  2.  Betty KNOTT
  3.  Mary KNOTT
  4.  William KNOTT
  5.  Lucy KNOTT
  6.  William KNOTT
  7.  Sarah KNOTT

                       _William Nott KNOT __
                      | (.... - 1710) m 1680
 _James KNOTT ________|
| (1695 - 1776)       |
|                     |_Mary BENNET ________
|                       (.... - 1730) m 1680
|
|--William KNOTT 
|  (1725 - 1794)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Elizabeth UNKNOWN __|
  (.... - 1731)       |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Daniel Chester KWAIZER Jr.

____ - ____

Father: Daniel Chester KWAIZER
Mother: Harriet Elaine Mary ROY


                            ______________________
                           |                      
 _Daniel Chester KWAIZER __|
| (1939 - 2005) m 1961     |
|                          |______________________
|                                                 
|
|--Daniel Chester KWAIZER Jr.
|  
|                           _Romeo Joseph ROY ____+
|                          | (1912 - 1981) m 1937 
|_Harriet Elaine Mary ROY _|
  (1940 - ....) m 1961     |
                           |_Cleta Lucille UPPER _
                             (1917 - 2005) m 1937 

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Mary LOOMIS

7 Aug 1673 - 14 May 1675

Father: John LOOMIS
Mother: Elizabeth SCOTT


                       _Joseph LOOMIS ______+
                      | (1590 - 1658) m 1614
 _John LOOMIS ________|
| (1622 - 1688) m 1648|
|                     |_Mary WHITE _________+
|                       (1590 - 1652) m 1614
|
|--Mary LOOMIS 
|  (1673 - 1675)
|                      _Thomas SCOTT _______
|                     | (1595 - 1643) m 1620
|_Elizabeth SCOTT ____|
  (1623 - 1696) m 1648|
                      |_Ann UNKNOWN ________
                        (1600 - 1675) m 1620

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Verne Herbert MASTERSON

31 Mar 1896 - 25 Mar 1976

Father: Wesley Cline MASTERSON
Mother: Carrie Belle ROUSE


                           __
                          |  
 _Wesley Cline MASTERSON _|
| (1865 - 1950) m 1890    |
|                         |__
|                            
|
|--Verne Herbert MASTERSON 
|  (1896 - 1976)
|                          __
|                         |  
|_Carrie Belle ROUSE _____|
  (1868 - 1934) m 1890    |
                          |__
                             

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Unknown MEEKINS

21 Jan 1651 - ____

Father: Thomas MEAKINS
Mother: Sarah Catharine UNKNOWN


                            _Thomas MEAKINS _____
                           | (1580 - ....)       
 _Thomas MEAKINS __________|
| (1612 - 1687) m 1651     |
|                          |_Katherine UNKNOWN __
|                            (1584 - ....)       
|
|--Unknown MEEKINS 
|  (1651 - ....)
|                           _____________________
|                          |                     
|_Sarah Catharine UNKNOWN _|
  (1615 - 1651) m 1651     |
                           |_____________________
                                                 

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Isaac MOORE

1625 - ____

Family 1 : Ruth STANLEY
  1. +Elizabeth MOORE
  2. +Ruth MOORE
  3.  Sarah MOORE
  4. +Mary MOORE
  5.  Phebe MOORE
Family 2 : Dorothy SMITH

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George Heman NEWELL

[31]

23 Sep 1850 - 15 Jul 1914

Father: Heman NEWELL
Mother: Sarah ROWLEY

Family 1 : Lizzie Ann JENKINSON
  1. +George Heman NEWELL Jr.
  2.  Sarah Alice NEWELL
  3. +Frank Warner NEWELL
  4.  Mary Huldah NEWELL
  5.  Ruth Ashmore NEWELL
  6.  Walter Fulton NEWELL
  7.  Dolly Helen NEWELL
  8.  Dan Albert NEWELL
  9.  Esther NEWELL

                       _John NEWELL ________+
                      | (1765 - 1838)       
 _Heman NEWELL _______|
| (1817 - 1878) m 1835|
|                     |_Huldah HORSFORD ____+
|                       (1788 - 1821)       
|
|--George Heman NEWELL 
|  (1850 - 1914)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Sarah ROWLEY _______|
  (1817 - 1900) m 1835|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[31] NOTE: The following are anecdotes written by Dorothy
Newell (Dolly) about her life with her parents in North Dakota and
Missouri. They were written prior to her death in 1982. The stories
are repeated verbatum from her original writtings and may duplicate
some of the same information as given previously. "My mother came from
Irish-English stock, born in Canada of pure Irish and English
parents, both having been born in England (father) and Ireland
(mother). Along in the year 1862 or 1864, my mother's father came here
with his family from Eastern Canada (Peterboro, Ontario). He was a
foreman in the building of rail- roads. His crew finished the bridge
over the Missouri River at Omaha. When the bridge was finished, or
nearly so, he said that his three girls, the oldest of his family,
were going to be the first females to cross that bridge, and they were.
He took them on the hand car for the trip. This was the beginning of
early pioneer life for my mother, probably the first part of it that
she remembered. Grandfather continued in the railroad, building the
Northern Pacific Railroad as far as the Red River of the North,
between what is now North Dakota and Minnesota. His task ended about
at the North Dakota line, or a little east of there, probably at
Dilworth, now a division terminus. During those years, he was the
big boss and my grandmother apparently was the big cook. They lived
in tents along the way, grandmother doing the cooking for the crew.
Flour, coffee, sugar--all supplies bought by the barrel. Along the
was were many Indians. My mother tells of Indians coming to sit by
the cook stove during cold weather. At one time, she was alone, when
a big buck came. In order to keep busy and occupied for obvious
reasons white he was there, she got down and scrubbed the plank
floors for the second time that day. Another time she
accidentally spilled boiling water from a dipper when taking hot
water from the stove.l She said that he jumped, grunted and left
which of course was exactly what she wanted him to do. Many times
my grandfather crawled out of the back of the tent when he saw
Indians coming to ask him for 'fire water', leaving my grandmoth- er to
face them and say that he was not at home. They knew that he had
liquor for the men; they also knew that my grandmother had absolutely
nothing to do with it. " "My grandmother was a staunch soul, she could
neither read nor write, but during the years she found time to
learn to read, which she did in later years, with special interest
in murder, and the bloodier the better. She sat and spelled the
words in whispers. She had a stack about four feet high piled on a
table in the corner of her living room. I opened one one night when I
was spending a few days with her. The picture that appeared so
startled me that I screamed. I was a nervous, the reason for which
you will read farther on. in those days, we didn't know the word
tension, nor that children should be guarded. Simply blind obedience
to our parents regardless of what is did to us in the future.
(Sometimes I wonder if it wasn't best.) My mother often mentioned this
in her later years, and felt that much could have been done for the
children of that generation." "Grandfather's last years were spent in
Moorhead, Minn., where in the year 1896 he suddenly disappeared from
sight with a large cash payroll on his person. Nothing was heard of
him again, but it was noted that an old well near his home had been
filled in a few days after his disappearance. So grandmother kept
boarders, section hands, and raised the younger children, the three or
four older ones having married and gone to homes of their own." "My
mother, the number two child, had married when a little over 17. She
always said that she didn't want to get married, that she was ready to
teach school and wanted to do just that, but my father prevailed upon
her to get married. Father was a good man, and after all, that is
what girls were supposed to do, grow up, get married and make a home
for their husband, work hard, and raise children and then more
children. (9 in my family) When mother was 14 to 17 years old, they
lived in Brainerd, Minn. Mother ran errands for her father, either
horseback, or if some- where along the railroad, she rode the engine
of whatever train was going that way. The day she was married, they
had run out of kerosene for the lamps, she was dispatched by
horseback and railroad engine, to fetch a can. On the way home, the
engineer said to her, "I hear they are having a wedding at your
house today." Mother replied, "They won't have it until I get there."
Later in life, I remember my sister, brother and I were teasing her,
we asked how and where my father proposed to her and she laughed and
said, "Oh for goodness sake, it was on the top of a box car." Such
was her life in those days that I do believe it was the truth, though
of course, never confirmed. So that is the stock from which my
mother sprung, good, honest, hard-working pioneers." "My father was
born in Vermont, of mostly English parentage, in the country of Ethan
Allen and the Green Mountain Boys of the Revolution. His ancestors
had come to the shores of New England in 1630 or thereabouts, one of
them being in the first graduating class from Yale University. They
were a family who believed in education and duty to state and nation,
and they lived with and had an active part in the beginning of our
U.S., on down through the Civil War and to the present time. My
father, a boy of 12, often told of standing at the gate, watching the
boys march away to the Civil War, and of his brother, Cassius, who at
16 ran away twice to serve. having been brought back by his father the
first time, running away again, serving as drummer boy. The second
time he left, his father thought he might as well stay, as that seemed
to be all that he wanted. He lived only a few months, dying of
typhoid fever close to his 17th birthday. My father's parents moved
to Chicago in the late 1860's, bringing the entire family with them.
My aunt, an exceptionally warm hearted, fine woman, never married.
Soon after arriving in Chicago, she began teaching school, remaining
in that school district for 50 years, living her entire life there and
in nearby Evanston. My father came west as a surveyor at the time the
NP railroad was being built. This connection, of course, brought him
to my grandmother, and this is where my parents met. My father
surveyed for the railroad as far as the Missouri River, between what
is now Bismarck and Mandan. Many were the Indian stories that he told
to us children. My heart nearly burst with fear, and when I started
to school and saw the geography books with the Indian face at the
window, the mother fleeing with a couple of children at her heels
and one in her arms, a cabin burning, and the Indians and
tomahawks. I often went in to nervous state that would now be
recognized and the teacher would send me to the doctor for care. My
parents lived in Moorhead, Minn, for a year or there- abouts, when
after the birth of my older brother George, they decided to do some
pioneering and father took up a homestead in southeastern North
Dakota, that is down south in what in now LaMoure County. They were
thirty miles from the railroad, with few neighbors, but in those days
everyone helped each other and they got along, living there for almost
14 years, during which time my mother was midwife for the neighborhood
women and one of them served for her when her time came, which was bout
every two years. No doctors, simply camphor, turpentine and lard,
lauda- num, hot water footbaths, mustard and such. Father farmed,
mother cooked and cared for the children, making all the cloth- ing,
cutting up her own dresses from her wedding, to make warm clothes for
the children. Even making underwear for my father. (No TV in those
days.)" "There were nine children in my family, five of which were
born on this homestead in North Dakota. Father served as county
commissioner for many years. About the time the fifth child (Ruth)
was due to arrive, my father had an accident, the rudi- ments of which
are very meager to my, having been born six years later. From this
time his health failed badly, even his eye- sight. (My mother, Ruth,
tells of the accident in this way. Her father was hauling cold waer,
in barrels, on a wagon. The was very hot. One the barrels shifted,
hit her father on the back of the head, and spilled cold water down
his neck and back. From that time on, his health and his eyesight
began to fail) He made several trips to Chicago and St.Louis in
search of medical care to save his eyes and his general health.
However, there appeared to be nothing to do to prevent total blindness,
which affliction did arrive 8 or 10 years later. The struggle on the
farm went on, and more children were born, when in the year 1896,
when I was six months old, father decided to move his family to a
warmer climate, as he knew that he was not going to be able to provide
for them for many years. So in the fall of 1896 he packed his
family, my mother and 7 children into a covered wagon with a good team
and set off for south Missouri, where he had purchased 40 acres of
land which he thought would make a living for us. This on the ridge of
the Ozarks. This proved to be a nice climate, but no place for a
woman to support a large family. My mother worked at one job and
another, ran a small home bakery, then finally left the family and
came back to Nebraska to cook for threshers, where she could ear on
to two dollars a day. There were the days when a farmer owned a
threshing machine, he hired the men and had a cook car, the original
"home on wheels", I thing, a cook who did all the baking and cooking
for thirty or forty men, during the threshing season. Mother went
back to the same job three years in a row, then moved on farther north
to the North Dakota grain fields. In this way she could provide the
scanty necessities to maintain a family of 7 and an invalid
husband. During these years, namely 1899, another baby arrived. My
oldest sister, Alice, about 16, took over the household, care of the
children, and mother went out to earn our living. We always conferred
with my father in all things. Mentally, he was well and strong, and we
did not ever have to think for ourselves, he did it for us. During
these years we ate very plain food, oatmeal, cornmeal, black strap
molasses, and bread which my sister baked. I have a letter which my
father wrote to my mother at this time in which he tells her what he
had done with the money she sent. He had used it all for these
simple foods and kerosene for the lamps, a small doll for me which I
shall never forget as she died a horrible death to me, which I will
tell you about farther on." "There were pleasureable times for us
children in the Ozarks. I have since visited that place, and it is a
beautiful land, quiet and esy to live in, though not blessed with large
incomes, as we in other parts of the country enjoy. I remember playing
with my little brother at one time. We had heard of the snow in
North Dakota. One day we found two old cane-bottom chairs without the
cane. We stood in them and walked down the hill pretending that we
were sliding in the snow. We had a wonderful time. Then I remember
my older sister going to the grape vineyard and bringing a dishpan of
grapes to the home. As I remember, this was done only once in the
six years we lived there. However, this must have happed often, as we
had strwberries and fruits of all kinds. This fruit was intended to
be a living for the family, but of course prices were so low that
it didn't provide but a mere trickle of cash, if any. We had a
small jersey cow which we called Daisy. The children thought she
was the most wonderful thing in the world. Mother always saw to it
that we had a cow and chickens so that we children would have that
food. Father always raised a garden too, so that we had good plain
vegetables a majority of the time. Being totally blind, one of the
children would lead him by the hand and help plant and care for the
gar- den. He cut a hoe with a handle about one foot, and on hands and
knees kept the cultivation done in beautiful shape. It is said that
when one sense fails another will take over a part of the work of
the lost sense. This I believe is true, as my father could feel a
plant and tell what is was, or if touch failed he would break a leaf,
crush it, and smell it. That test was infal- lible. "In April, 1902,
while mother was in the north cooking in a res- taurant, tragedy
struck our home. Simply, the thought of this makes me sick to my ery
toes, though I was only six years old at the time. I can see it as
though it were yesterday. My father had taken treatment for sciatica,
and during this treatment he was to have what were called cabinet
baths. This cabinet is simply a folding stall made of canvas or
rubber. The patient sits inside with his head out a hole in the
top. An alcohol burner is place beneath the stool that the patient is
sitting on. This burner hearts the cabinet and the patient perspires
for a certain length of time, which is supposed to do some healing to
the pain-wracked nerves. My 10 and 12 year-old sister, Ruth and Mary,
had always wanted to try this treatment. One day my father gave
permission for the older sister, Alice (we called her Bey), 19 at the
time, to give the girls a treatment. Ruth, the 10 year-old had
gotten out and was lying on a couch near the cabi- net, and the 12
year-old was having here treatment, when it appeared that the burner
had used all the wood alcohol. Alice, thinking that the flame was
completely out, picked up a one- gallon can (my father believed in
buying in quantity for economy sake) turned it to fill the burner.
The flame was not out and the can of alcohol exploded, filling thd
room with falme, throw- ing the sister in the cabinet across the room.
The sister fill- ing the burner was engulfed in flames. She tried to
reach a bed in the corner of the room to get a blanket to wrap
herself in, but those were ablaze too, so she ran out of the house.
As I said, I was six years old, standing beside my father's chair in
the other end of the room. He had his arm around me and was
telling me a story, the baby, 3 year old Dan was sitting at the
kitchen table back of me. Father opened the door, everyone ran out,
then it was discoverd that the baby was still inside. My father went
back into the falmes, he came out without the baby. Mary, 12 years
old, seeing this, darted inand came out with the baby held in her arms
against her body. The house was aflame. A neighbor woman about a
block distant called for her husband and sons and help came. Alice
jumped down into the cistern, with a small amount of water in it, to
put out the falmes. I stood in the yard and watched them pull her
out. Here clothing (long legged, warm underwear) had been burned
off her body, she was brown as amber. Someone threw a coat around
her and she walked up the path to the neighbor's house where she was
put to bed. Doctors came, packed her in linseed oil, the only treatment
know at this time, and waited for the end, which came at midnight, the
fire having struck at 4 P.M. While they were caring for Alice, I heard
her say, "Take care of the baby." They did. He was so badly burned
that he was wrapped in bandages from head to foot, only his noce and
mouth being exposed. Mary being badly burned from the explosion and
her trip back after the baby, was put to bed with third degree burns
over a large portion of her body. Ruth, who had been lying on the couch
with feet near the cabinet, had badly burned legs. I had a small burn
on my forehead, and one on my stomach. Someone had seen me holding my
dress out from my body and upon investigation had found that my dress
was burn- ing and had of course taken care of me. Help came from the
city two miles away in the form of several doctors. Such wonderful
men as they were (Dr. Row), they are hallowed in the memory of my
family and always will be. That evening, Ruth and Mary were put on a
matress in the back of a lumber wagon and taken to the hospital. I
was taken with the baby in a cab with two of the doctors. I was not
se- verely burned, don't remember any hurts at any time, but I do
remember as we passed the house I wanted to look out and the doctor
wouldn't let me. He closed the surtains on the cab. The baby asked
for hoodoo. I told the doctor he wanted sugar. The events at home for
the next six or eight weeks are not so clear to me, as Ruth and I went
to stay with friends. Mother had of course been notified and was on
her way home, which would take several days at that time, She arrived
and a house was provided somehow, by the generosity of the town I
suppose. Mother, fa- ther, and the sick baby and Mary were
established there and the other children farmed out with kind friends
or kind strangers, whichever it turned out to be. I remember seeing
the baby once before he died, which was ten days after the
accident. Mary lived miraculously from moment to moment for six weeks,
when she took a turn toward recovery. When Mary was able to travel,
we all came back to Moorhead where my mother's family lived. We went
to stay with our grandmother until mother could find a house for us,
which she did in three days. The people of our town in Missouri had
taken up a collection for us. The relatives in Chicago had gathered
good clothing for us and some friends there had helped with cash, and
so we made our way to the old home. One side-light on the above may be
of interest. Mother was cooking in a restaurant. The message, which I
still have, said, "No hope for Alice, very little for Dan", was
received at the depot by the telegraph operator, a man of about 50, at
4 P.M. He knew mother, and knowing that she could not get a train until
11 P.M. delayed delivery of the message until she went for her
afternoon rest, then he went to her, told her what had happened and
suggested that it would be easier for her if no one knew of this until
later in the evening, after she had cooked and served the evening
meat. This she did, and no one else knew of the message until 8
P.M., when the proprietor was told. This I think is realy remarkable.
Our pioneers surely had strength of charac- ter and help from an
unknown hand to be able to endure the hard- ships which they did."

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George Ide NEWELL

15 Apr 1830 - 6 Jul 1852

Father: Isaac Denison NEWELL
Mother: Sarah GREENE


                         _Daniel NEWELL Jr.___+
                        | (1755 - 1824) m 1778
 _Isaac Denison NEWELL _|
| (1798 - ....) m 1826  |
|                       |_Nancy CURTIS _______+
|                         (1762 - 1844) m 1778
|
|--George Ide NEWELL 
|  (1830 - 1852)
|                        _____________________
|                       |                     
|_Sarah GREENE _________|
   m 1826               |
                        |_____________________
                                              

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Angie NUCKLES

____ - ____

Family 1 : Lester Abbott STANLEY
  1.  Caroline STANLEY

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Jonathan PORTER

10 Dec 1727 - ____

Father: Hezekiah PORTER II
Mother: Sarah WRIGHT

Family 1 : Hannah STANDISH

                       _Hezekiah PORTER ____+
                      | (1665 - 1752) m 1686
 _Hezekiah PORTER II__|
| (1687 - 1769) m 1719|
|                     |_Hannah COWLES ______+
|                       (1664 - 1701) m 1686
|
|--Jonathan PORTER 
|  (1727 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Sarah WRIGHT _______|
  (1690 - ....) m 1719|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Shirley POTTER

____ - ____

Family 1 : Saul SIMPSON
  1. +Mellisa SIMPSON
  2. +Stephania Ann SIMPSON

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Harriet C. RUSSELL

____ - ____

Father: Henry E. RUSSELL

Family 1 : Alix Fred Welch STANLEY

                       __
                      |  
 _Henry E. RUSSELL ___|
|                     |
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--Harriet C. RUSSELL 
|  
|                      __
|                     |  
|_____________________|
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Cyrus SMALL

17 Dec 1820 - 16 Mar 1895

Family 1 : Eliza KNOTT

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Aubreyana Lynn STANLEY

9 Jan 2009 - ____

Father: Robert Christian STANLEY
Mother: Jennifer HICKEY


                             _Robert Arnold STANLEY _+
                            | (1949 - ....) m 1977   
 _Robert Christian STANLEY _|
| (1978 - ....) m 2003      |
|                           |_Jessica GALVAN ________
|                             (1960 - ....) m 1977   
|
|--Aubreyana Lynn STANLEY 
|  (2009 - ....)
|                            ________________________
|                           |                        
|_Jennifer HICKEY __________|
  (1983 - ....) m 2003      |
                            |________________________
                                                     

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Edward A. STANLEY

ABT 1798 - ____

Father: Edward Augustus STANLEY


                            _Allyn STANLEY ______+
                           | (1739 - 1774) m 1766
 _Edward Augustus STANLEY _|
| (1773 - 1848) m 1793     |
|                          |_Elizabeth WEBB _____
|                            (1739 - 1802) m 1766
|
|--Edward A. STANLEY 
|  (1798 - ....)
|                           _____________________
|                          |                     
|__________________________|
                           |
                           |_____________________
                                                 

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Gertrude J. STANLEY

30 Nov 1874 - ____

Father: George J. STANLEY
Mother: Elizabeth COLBY


                       _Oswin STANLEY ______+
                      | (1815 - 1884) m 1844
 _George J. STANLEY __|
| (1851 - ....) m 1873|
|                     |_Jane M. THRESHER ___
|                       (1817 - 1851) m 1844
|
|--Gertrude J. STANLEY 
|  (1874 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Elizabeth COLBY ____|
   m 1873             |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Julia Ann STANLEY

12 Feb 1810 - ____

Father: Adna STANLEY
Mother: Nancy DEMING

Family 1 : Henry L. BIDWELL
  1.  Julia Augusta BIDWELL
  2.  Henry Stanley BIDWELL

                       _Noah STANLEY _______+
                      | (1724 - 1778) m 1749
 _Adna STANLEY _______|
| (1763 - 1825) m 1809|
|                     |_Ruth NORTON ________+
|                       (1726 - 1811) m 1749
|
|--Julia Ann STANLEY 
|  (1810 - ....)
|                      _Elizur DEMING ______
|                     | (1750 - 1827) m 1774
|_Nancy DEMING _______|
  (1786 - 1879) m 1809|
                      |_Lusina FRANCIS _____
                        (1752 - 1818) m 1774

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Julia P. STANLEY

1838 - ____

Father: Timothy Robbins STANLEY
Mother: Prudence WELLES

Family 1 : Edgar W. STEELE

                            _Timothy STANLEY ____+
                           | (1771 - 1819) m 1795
 _Timothy Robbins STANLEY _|
| (1810 - 1874) m 1832     |
|                          |_Abigail ROBBINS ____+
|                            (1786 - 1823) m 1795
|
|--Julia P. STANLEY 
|  (1838 - ....)
|                           _____________________
|                          |                     
|_Prudence WELLES _________|
  (.... - 1869) m 1832     |
                           |_____________________
                                                 

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Lucy STANLEY

9 Aug 1752 - ____

Father: Augustus STANLEY
Mother: Alice SEYMOUR


                       _Nathaniel STANLEY Jr._+
                      | (1683 - 1755) m 1706  
 _Augustus STANLEY ___|
| (1713 - 1770)       |
|                     |_Anna WHITING _________+
|                       (1687 - 1752) m 1706  
|
|--Lucy STANLEY 
|  (1752 - ....)
|                      _Thomas SEYMOUR _______+
|                     | (1669 - 1740) m 1711  
|_Alice SEYMOUR ______|
  (1717 - 1766)       |
                      |_Mary WATERS __________+
                        (1677 - 1746) m 1711  

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Mildred May STANLEY

25 May 1897 - ____

Father: William H. STANLEY
Mother: Jennie TUCKER

Family 1 : Clifford F. CAVE
  1.  Camille May CAVE
  2.  Eugene Howard CAVE
  3.  William Stanley CAVE
Family 2 : Robert Emmet DENEEN
  1.  Mildred Ann DENEEN

                       _Lemuel Castle STANLEY _+
                      | (1828 - 1909) m 1855   
 _William H. STANLEY _|
| (1856 - 1939) m 1887|
|                     |_Cornelia Ann PORTER ___+
|                       (1837 - 1906) m 1855   
|
|--Mildred May STANLEY 
|  (1897 - ....)
|                      ________________________
|                     |                        
|_Jennie TUCKER ______|
  (1860 - 1911) m 1887|
                      |________________________
                                               

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Nancy STANLEY

ABT 1818 - ____

Father: Cyprian STANLEY
Mother: Lowly COWLES


                       _Oliver STANLEY _____+
                      | (1751 - 1825) m 1785
 _Cyprian STANLEY ____|
| (.... - 1832) m 1811|
|                     |_Kezia JUDD _________
|                       (1764 - 1814) m 1785
|
|--Nancy STANLEY 
|  (1818 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Lowly COWLES _______|
  (1790 - ....) m 1811|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Sarah STANLEY

18 Sep 1737 - 3 Sep 1785

Father: Timothy STANLEY
Mother: Mary MYGATT


                       _Caleb STANLEY Jr.___+
                      | (1674 - 1712) m 1705
 _Timothy STANLEY ____|
| (1706 - 1787) m 1729|
|                     |_Abigail BUNCE ______+
|                       (1676 - 1723) m 1705
|
|--Sarah STANLEY 
|  (1737 - 1785)
|                      _Joseph MYGATT ______+
|                     | (1678 - 1724) m 1706
|_Mary MYGATT ________|
  (1708 - 1786) m 1729|
                      |_Elizabeth TAYLOR ___+
                        (1682 - ....) m 1706

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Sarah STANLEY

14 Aug 1749 - ____

Father: Nathaniel STANLEY
Mother: Sarah BALDWIN

Family 1 : David LUCAS
  1.  Oliver LUCAS
  2.  Nathaniel LUCAS
  3. +Huldah LUCAS
  4.  Sally LUCAS

                       _Nathaniel STANLEY __+
                      | (1679 - 1770) m 1714
 _Nathaniel STANLEY __|
| (1724 - ....) m 1746|
|                     |_Sarah SMITH ________+
|                       (1690 - 1772) m 1714
|
|--Sarah STANLEY 
|  (1749 - ....)
|                      _Nathaniel BALDWIN __+
|                     | (1693 - 1760) m 1718
|_Sarah BALDWIN ______|
  (1729 - ....) m 1746|
                      |_Elizabeth PARMALEE _
                        (1696 - 1786) m 1718

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Teri Jean STANLEY

1956 - ____

Father: Roger Hallam STANLEY
Mother: Lois Belle VANDERVEER

Family 1 : Ken STEINBERGER
  1.  David Jason STEINBERGER

                          _Frederick James STANLEY _+
                         | (1900 - 1929) m 1924     
 _Roger Hallam STANLEY __|
| (1928 - ....)          |
|                        |_Eleanor WEED ____________
|                          (1903 - 1976) m 1924     
|
|--Teri Jean STANLEY 
|  (1956 - ....)
|                         __________________________
|                        |                          
|_Lois Belle VANDERVEER _|
  (1930 - ....)          |
                         |__________________________
                                                    

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Mary SYKES

14 Sep 1714 - ____

Father: Victory SYKES
Mother: Mary KING

Family 1 : Zacheus HANCHETT
  1.  Zacheus HANCHETT Jr.
  2.  Abiel HANCHETT
  3.  Mary HANCHETT
  4.  Sylvanus HANCHETT
  5.  Eunice HANCHETT
  6.  Beulah HANCHETT
  7.  Seth HANCHETT
  8.  Joseph HANCHETT
  9.  Huldah HANCHETT
  10. +Sibble HANCHETT

                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _Victory SYKES ______|
|  m 1711             |
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Mary SYKES 
|  (1714 - ....)
|                      _James KING _________+
|                     | (1647 - 1722) m 1672
|_Mary KING __________|
  (1692 - ....) m 1711|
                      |_Elizabeth EMERSON __
                        (1652 - 1715) m 1672

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Susanna UNKNOWN

____ - BEF 28 Jul 1712

Family 1 : Joseph NOTT
  1.  Joseph NOTT

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George VANDERBILT

____ - ____

Family 1 : Sarah Matilda NEWELL
  1.  Ebenezer MOODY
  2.  George VANDERBILT
  3.  Howard VANDERBILT

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Cornelius VANSANT

1672 - 1734

Father: Garitt Stoefelse VANSANT
Mother: Lysbeth GERRITZ


                             __
                            |  
 _Garitt Stoefelse VANSANT _|
| (.... - 1706) m 1668      |
|                           |__
|                              
|
|--Cornelius VANSANT 
|  (1672 - 1734)
|                            __
|                           |  
|_Lysbeth GERRITZ __________|
   m 1668                   |
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Abigail WADSWORTH

28 Jan 1735 - ____

Father: Daniel WADSWORTH
Mother: Abigail TALCOTT


                       _John WADSWORTH _____+
                      | (1662 - 1718) m 1696
 _Daniel WADSWORTH ___|
| (1704 - 1747) m 1734|
|                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY __+
|                       (1672 - 1713) m 1696
|
|--Abigail WADSWORTH 
|  (1735 - ....)
|                      _Joseph TALCOTT _____+
|                     | (1667 - 1741) m 1706
|_Abigail TALCOTT ____|
  (1707 - 1773) m 1734|
                      |_Eunice HOWELL ______
                        (1678 - 1738) m 1706

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Clara WARD

____ - ____

Family 1 : Henry Whiting STANLEY
  1.  Lena STANLEY

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Helen Amanda WARD

- ____

Father: Charles Giles WARD
Mother: Alina Arvilla BARBER

Family 1 : Leroy HUTCHINSON
  1. +Helen Jeanne HUTCHINSON

                         ________________________
                        |                        
 _Charles Giles WARD ___|
| (1866 - 1936) m 1887  |
|                       |________________________
|                                                
|
|--Helen Amanda WARD 
|  
|                        _Lysander Leroy BARBER _+
|                       | (1841 - 1926) m 1867   
|_Alina Arvilla BARBER _|
  (1868 - 1947) m 1887  |
                        |_Helen BURR ____________+
                          (1844 - 1872) m 1867   

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Ruth WARNER

ABT 1705 - ____

Family 1 : Josiah KILBOURN
  1. +Josiah KILBOURN
  2.  Richard KILBOURN
  3.  Ruth KILBOURN

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John WHITING (Reverend)

1635 - 8 Sep 1689

Father: William WHITING
Mother: Susanna WIGGINS

Family 1 : Sybil COLLINS
Family 2 : Phebe GREGSON

                       _John WHITING _______
                      | (1579 - ....)       
 _William WHITING ____|
| (1605 - 1647) m 1625|
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--John WHITING 
|  (1635 - 1689)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Susanna WIGGINS ____|
  (1609 - 1673) m 1625|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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James Leo WILLIAMS (Lee)

15 Jan 1885 - 18 Jan 1968

Father: Patrick L. WILLIAMS
Mother: Catherine NOONAN

Family 1 : Enid Ethyln DELAP
  1.  Earl Francis WILLIAMS
  2. +Elizabeth Lee WILLIAMS
  3. +Donald James WILLIAMS
  4.  Lawrence Alan WILLIAMS
  5.  Barbara Jane WILLIAMS

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                       |  
 _Patrick L. WILLIAMS _|
| (1852 - 1928) m 1882 |
|                      |__
|                         
|
|--James Leo WILLIAMS 
|  (1885 - 1968)
|                       __
|                      |  
|_Catherine NOONAN ____|
  (1856 - 1931) m 1882 |
                       |__
                          

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