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John Silkworth Cook [Parents] was born on 7 Apr 1882 in Vernon, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He died on 31 Aug 1966. He was buried in 1966 in Marsh Cem., Centremoreland, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Annie or Anna Huey.

Annie or Anna Huey [Parents] was born in May 1882. She died on 13 Jul 1955 in Vernon, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She was buried in Perrins Marsh, Centermoreland, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She married John Silkworth Cook.

They had the following children:

  F i Gertrude Sadie Cook
  F ii Marion Burnice Cook
  F iii Jennie Cook
  F iv Living
  F v Living
  F vi Living
  M vii Alvah Franklin Cook
  F viii Living

Russell Eugene Denmon [Parents] was born on 3 Sep 1916 in Beaumont, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He died on 27 Feb 2008 in Dallas, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. He was buried in Chapel Lawn Cem., Dallas, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. He married Living on 29 Apr 1946 in Miami, Fla., Fl.

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Russell Eugene Denmon, 91, of Beaumont, died Wednesday in the Meadows Nursing Center, Dallas. Born in Beaumont, he was a son of the late Daniel and Roxey May Wilsey Denmon. He attended the Beaumont schools. He was a self-employed plasterer and for a time was employed at the Shadow Brook Dairy. He was preceded in death by several brothers and sisters. Surviving is his wife of 61 years, the former Josephine Cook; children, Russell and his wife, Linda, Washington, N.J.; Phillip and his wife, Martina, Dushore; Sandra Simmons and her husband, Russell, Alberton, Mont.; JoAnn Stasik and her husband, William, Forty Fort; Howard and his wife, Angie, Hamilton, Ohio; Donald and his wife, Bonnie, Mehoopany; and Kevin and his wife, Tammy, Sweet Valley; 17 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Nulton Funeral Home Inc., SR 309, Beaumont, with the Rev. John McAndrew of the Calvary Chapel ,Wyalusing, officiating. Entombment will be in the Chapel Lawn Cemetery, Dallas. Friends may call Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, Wilkes-Barre Pa. office, 65 East Elizabeth Ave., Suite 502, Bethlehem, Pa. 18018
Published in the Times Leader on 3/1/2008.

Living [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Living
  M ii Living
  F iii Living
  M iv Living
  F v Living
  M vi Living
  M vii Living
  M viii Living

John Franklin Wilsey [Parents] was born on 15 Apr 1851 in Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He died on 29 Oct 1901 in Bonanza, Sabastin County, Arkansas. He was buried in 1901 in National Cem., Fort Smith, Arkansas. He married Lucy Adline Landrus on 24 Dec 1872 in Muddy Point, Coles County, Ilinois.

John Wilsey enlisted 20 Jan 1865 in Co. B., 29th Regt Infty at age 18 born Lehigh Co., PA. He enlisted as a sub for Sidney H. Gregory, Braintrim Twp., Wyoming Co., PA 53 L.D. 13 Co.
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Nov 8 1901 REP (Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., PA)
John Wilsey of Bonanza, KS, former resident of Tunkhannock, PA killed inst working in mines at Bonanza.

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"New Age" papers - 7 Nov. 1901: (Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., PA)

Was Killed in Kansas:
Tunkhannock friends have received news of the accidental death of John Wilsey, a brother of Jerome Wilsey and Mrs. Frank Thomson, of this place. It occurred 29 Oct. in the mines at Bonanza, Kansas, where he was working. A fall of rock crushed his head, killing him instantly.

Mr. Wilsey resided in Tunkhannock for a few months about seven years ago, coming here from Texas. He was in poor health and finally underwent an operation which benefitted him. He returned to Texas and subsequently went to Bonanza to engage in mining, where he met his death.

TUNKHANNOCK REPUBLICAN (1901)
8 Nov 1901
John WILSEY, of Bonanza, Kan., former resident of Tunkhannock, was instantly killed while working in the mines at that place by a heavy rock falling on him, crushing his head. His son was with him at the time of the accident, which occurred Oct. 29th. The funeral was held on Oct. 31st, with interment at Fort Smith. Several yeas ago he went to Texas and about seven years ago he returned here and underwent an operation. A short time afterwards returned to Texas but soon afterwards went to Bonanza where he has since resided and accumulated some property. Survived by wife and four children, 2 sisters and 1 brother. He was a brother of Mrs. Frank THOMPSON, of this place.

Lucy Adline Landrus [Parents] was born on 9 Apr 1849 in Indiana. She died on 24 Feb 1903 in Muddy Point, Coles County, Ilinois. She married John Franklin Wilsey on 24 Dec 1872 in Muddy Point, Coles County, Ilinois.

They had the following children:

  F i Ella Wilsey
  M ii Alvin Agustus Wilsey
  F iii Sarah Amelia Wilsey was born on 20 Jun 1879.
  F iv Grace Wilsey was born on 22 Mar 1882. She died in 1884.
  M v Charles Orlin Wilsey
  M vi Romy Wilsey

Daniel C. Post [Parents] was born on 24 Jun 1830 in Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He died on 17 Dec 1910 in Westminster Township, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried on 19 Dec 1910 in Post Hill Cem., Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Mary A. Wall.

Other marriages:
, Kathern

From The Wilkes-Barre Record - December 18, 1910:
Death Of D. A. Post's Father

D. C. Post, father of Daniel A. Post, the well known labor leader of this city, and a former county treasurer of Wyoming County, died on Saturday afternoon at his home at Wall's Corners near Factoryville. He was aged 80 years and the cause of death was general debility.

Mr Post was taken ill last Tuesday. he was one of the oldest and best known residents of Wyoming County. The Following children survive: Mrs F. P. Wilsey, of Mill City; Mrs N. A. Gardner of Factoryville; Miss Hattie Post, of Scranton; and Mrs William Delaney, D. A. Post, C. E. Post, Lester Post of this city.

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Post, D. C., 80, Saturday (12/17) Walls Corners. former treasurer Wyoming Co., son Daniel A. Post, Wilkes-Barre, Mrs. E. P. Wilsey, Mill City; Mrs. N. A. Gardner, Factoryville; Miss Hattie Post, Scranton; Mrs. William Delaney, C. E. Post, Lester Post, Wilkes-Barre

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Will of Daniel C. Post

Be it remembered that I, Daniel C. Post, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make publish and declare this my last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time heretofore made:

First: I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be promptly paid.

Second: I nominate my son Daniel A. Post to be executor of this my last will and testament.

Third: To My wife Katherine Post, I bequeath all my personal property, except one cow, for her use during the term of her natural life. I do further bequeath to her the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, the payment of which I hereby make a lien or charge upon the land of which I may die seized or possessed and which is hereinafter devised.

Fourth: To Clarey Wilsey and Lester Post I bequeath the sum of one hundred dollars each; to each of the children of Lester Post and to each of the children of Merrit Post, I give and bequeath the sum of fifty dollars, and I hereby make the payment of the several sums a charge or lien upon the land hereinafter devised, the payment of said sums, however, not to be due and collectable until two years after my decease.

Fifth: To Lester Post, I give and bequeath one cow of the number of which I may be possessed at the time of my decease, this bequest being in addition to the bequest to him specified above.

Sixth: To my son Daniel A. Post, I give devise and bequeath all the real property of which I may die seised, subject and under nevertheless to the specific charges stated above. And I further give and devise to my said son, Daniel A. Post, all the rest and residue of my property, real personal and mixed, including the personal property of which my wife is to have the use during her lifetime, the said Daniel not to have possession thereof until her death.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 30th day of January, 1907

Signed,
Daniel C. Post

Witnessed
Hattie L. Driesen
H. W. Mumford

Mary A. Wall [Parents] was born on 8 Mar 1835 in Luzerne CountyPennsylvania. She died on 3 Nov 1895 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Nov 1895 in Post Hill Cem., Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She married Daniel C. Post.

They had the following children:

  F i Clara Emma Post
  F ii Antinette Post
  F iii Harriet (Hattie) Post was born on 4 May 1861 in Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She died on 21 Aug 1946. She was buried in 1946 in Oak Lawn Cem., Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania.

It appears that Hattie never married as she was single at time of her father's death in 1910.
  F iv Lydia Post
  F v Minnie Post
  F vi Lorey S. Post
  M vii "N" "E" Post was born in 1869 in Pennsylvania.

NE Post is said to have died young.
  M viii Albert Post was born in 1870 in Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.
  M ix Daniel "A" Post
  F x Mary Elizabeth Post
  M xi Merritt Post
  M xii Charles "E" Post
  M xiii Burton Post was born in 1879 in Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He died in died young.

Burton has said to have died young.
  M xiv Lester F. Post
  M xv Living

Jabez (Jabis) Wilsey [Parents] was born on 31 Mar 1852 in ShultzvillePennsylvania. He died on 4 May 1928 in La Grange, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried on 7 May 1928 in Dixon Cem., La Grange, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Maud Dixon on 14 Nov 1891 in Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.

Married at home of Minor Ross, Tunkhannock, PA.

1880 Census

J. Thomas MC COMB Self M Male W 47 NY Farmer --- ---
Margret MC COMB Wife M Female W 48 PA Keeping House PA PA
Augusta KELLAM Other Female W 45 PA Keeping House PA PA
William MC COMB Son S Male W 7 PA At School NY PA
Jaber WILSEY Other S Male W 28 PA Farm Laborer PA PA
C. Ellen HARDING Other S Female W 17 PA Servant PA PA
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Eaton, Wyoming, Pennsylvania
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Maud Dixon [Parents] was born in Apr 1866. She died on 3 Aug 1928 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Aug 1928 in Pennsylvania. She married Jabez (Jabis) Wilsey on 14 Nov 1891 in Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.

In the 1880 census of Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co, PA, roll 1205, page 146d, Nellie Dixon born 1866 is the daughter of Fletcher Dixon born, 1833, in PA and Elizabeth Billings born, 1839, in PA. In the 1880 census of Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co, PA, roll 1205, page 142c, George Dixon born 1877 is the son of Anson Dixon born 1829, in PA and Ester unknown born 1844, in PA.


Benjamin Daily ??? [Parents] was born on 30 Jan 1684 in Mendon, Worcester County, Mass.. He married Mary Taylor ??.

Mary Taylor ?? was born in 1701. She died on 14 May 1790 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in May 1790 in Gardner Mem Cem, Ransom, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania. She married Benjamin Daily ???.

The Shoemaker Book Lists Mary as mother of Samuel Dailey. She died in the 90th year of her age. It is unknown at this time if Daly was Mary's maiden or married name.

It is possible that Mary may be Mary Taylor, daughter of John Taylor.

They had the following children:

  M i Samuel Daily

Joseph A. Post [Parents] was born on 1 Apr 1769 in Hebron, Tolland County, Conn.. He was christened in 1820 in Mill City Bptch., Bailey Hollow, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania. He died on 27 Nov 1859 in Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth (Betsey) Daily on 30 Dec 1793 in Pennsylvania.

Baptized and received into the Abington Six Principle Baptist church at Baily Hollow, then known as the Bailey Hollow church. The foregoing taken from History of Wyoming Co., PA, Churches of Falls, Mill City Baptist Church. This applies to all children of Joseph Post.

Joseph died 91 yrs of age. Came from Bolton, Conn. in 1793 to Falls & settled
on Post Hill.

In obit of Joseph Post - took for his companion Elizabeth, daughter of David
and Hannah Dailey.

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Obituary of Joseph Post

Died
At his residence, in Falls TWP, Nov. 27 Mr. Joseph Post, in the 91st year of his age.

He was born August 14th 1769 and with his mother came from Connecticut to the valley of Wyoming, and was there in the ever to be remembered massacre, and by the savages was imprisoned nearly two weeks with a large number of others at Forty-Fort in Wyoming Valley. When they were released they wandered back to their former home through an almost unbroken wilderness. After a few years they returned to the banks of the Susquehanna and their remained until manhood, when he took for his companion Elizabeth, daughter of David and Hannah Daily, with whom he lived, suffering all the hardships and privations of a new country. They lived together and raised a large family He with his companion made a profession of the Christian religion in 1820, and remained steadfast through death. In 1857 Nov. 24th his companion was called away by death in the 82nd year of her age. He lingered still on earth until the present time when death called him away at the advanced age of 90 years 3 months 13 days.

Elizabeth (Betsey) Daily [Parents] was born about 1776 in Pennsylvania. She was christened in 1820 in Mill City Bptch., Bailey Hollow, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania. She married Joseph A. Post on 30 Dec 1793 in Pennsylvania.

Baptized and received into the Abington Six Principle Baptist church at Baily Hollow, then known as the Bailey Hollow church

They had the following children:

  M i Stephen Post Deacon
  M ii Hiram Post was born about 1796 in Pennsylvania. He was christened in 1820 in Mill City Bptch., Bailey Hollow, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania.

Baptized and received into the Abington Six Principle Baptist church at Baily Hollow, then known as the Bailey Hollow church
  M iii Isaac Post
  M iv Daniel Post was born about 1800 in Pennsylvania. He was christened in 1820 in Mill City Bptch., Bailey Hollow, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania.
  M v David Post was born about 1802 in Pennsylvania. He was christened in 1821/1822 in Mill City Bptch., Bailey Hollow, Lackawanna County, , Pennsylvania.
  F vi Elizabeth (Betsey) V. Post
  F vii Hannah Post
  M viii John D. Post was born about 1808 in Pennsylvania.
  M ix William B. Post was born about 1810 in Pennsylvania.

William Evans Esq. was born in of, , Wales. He married Elizabeth.

Elizabeth died on 10 May 1817 in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania. She married William Evans Esq..

They had the following children:

  M i William Evans was born before 1738.
  M ii John Evans Sir

Joseph Jewell [Parents] was born on 24 Feb 1642 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Mass.. He died in Aug 1736 in Stow, , Mass.. He married Martha Watertown in 1670.

Other marriages:
Cate, Isabel

Birth date of 24 April 1624 also given in The Jewell Register, by Pliny Jewell and Rev. Joel Jewell.

This lineage of descendants are from Walter H. Hall, 3961 Old Lakeelse Dr., Terrace, B.C. Canada, V8G 3V1 <e-mail: walter.hall@osg.net

Martha Watertown was born about 1642. She married Joseph Jewell in 1670.

They had the following children:

  F i Martha Jewell.
  M ii Joseph Jewell

Joseph Spaulding was born on 25 Oct 1646 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Mass.. He married Mercy or Mary Jewell on 9 Dec 1670 in , , Mass..

Mercy or Mary Jewell [Parents] was born on 19 Mar 1651/1652 in Chelmsford, Middlesex County, Mass.. She married Joseph Spaulding on 9 Dec 1670 in , , Mass..

Mary or Mercy Jewell may have been born in Braintree, MA 14 Apr 1653.

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