0 HEAD 1 SOUR RootsMagic 2 NAME RootsMagic 2 VERS 4.0 2 CORP RootsMagic, Inc. 3 ADDR PO Box 495 4 CONT Springville, UT 84663 4 CONT USA 3 PHON 1-800-ROOTSMAGIC 3 WWW www.RootsMagic.com 1 DEST RootsMagic 1 DATE 10 DEC 2010 1 FILE JamesandDelinda.ged 1 GEDC 2 VERS 5.5.1 2 FORM LINEAGE-LINKED 1 CHAR UTF-8 0 @I114@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah J. /RIDOUT/ 2 GIVN Sarah J. 2 SURN RIDOUT 1 SEX F 1 _UID 400C4C1F639CE14FBBC2DD012D6FFAC19867 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1835 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1835 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1906 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1906 1 BURI 2 DATE 1906 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1906 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F17@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I115@ INDI 1 NAME Leroy G. /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Leroy G. 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX M 1 _UID A07C0B93A907BB488D96F469B092A202D367 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 SEP 2009 1 NOTE http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TreatMemorial.html 2 CONT RIDOUT, Augusta Bowen Spouse Of LeRoy G. Born Jan. 1841 Died 1923 2 CONT RIDOUT, LeRoy G. Spouse Of Augusta Born 3-30-1837 Died 7-15-1913 Son of N 2 CONC athan & Sophia Franklin Ridout 2 CONT RIDOUT, Mabel B. Born 10-1-1881 Died 1938 Dau. of LeRoy & Augusta Bowen R 2 CONC idout 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1837 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TreatMemorial.html 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi Born 4-9-1835 Died 10-18-1862 Son of Levi D. & Nancy E. H 5 CONC all Hubbart Co. K 64 Reg. N.Y.S.V. 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi D. Born 10-17-1795 Died 4-30-1877 Son of Thomas & Silence B 5 CONC artlett Hubbart 5 CONT HUBBART, Nancy E. Spouse Of Levi D. Born 7-4-1807 Died 2-22-1886 Dau. o 5 CONC f Joseph K. & Nancy Arnold Hall 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1 FEB 1878 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, bought real estate from Thomas Caneen for $1,530 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1 DEC 1882 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, bought from Diantha C. Bush for $600 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 JUL 1913 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT RIDOUT, Augusta Bowen Spouse Of LeRoy G. Born Jan. 1841 Died 1923 5 CONT RIDOUT, LeRoy G. Spouse Of Augusta Born 3-30-1837 Died 7-15-1913 Son of N 5 CONC athan & Sophia Franklin Ridout 5 CONT RIDOUT, Mabel B. Born 10-1-1881 Died 1938 Dau. of LeRoy & Augusta Bowen R 5 CONC idout 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery, Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 FAMS @F18@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I116@ INDI 1 NAME (James) Cornelius /Ridout/ 2 GIVN (James) Cornelius 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX M 1 _UID D05209979382BD4C8FBA1739720985057EA6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1839 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1839 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 1 FAMS @F312@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I117@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelia Ann /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Cornelia Ann 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 71CD4747BF34EE499B50C04408643E66F5A7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 SOUR @S871@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TreatMemorial.html 4 CONT HUBBART, Levi Born 4-9-1835 Died 10-18-1862 Son of Levi D. & Nancy E. H 4 CONC all Hubbart Co. K 64 Reg. N.Y.S.V. 4 CONT HUBBART, Levi D. Born 10-17-1795 Died 4-30-1877 Son of Thomas & Silence B 4 CONC artlett Hubbart 4 CONT HUBBART, Nancy E. Spouse Of Levi D. Born 7-4-1807 Died 2-22-1886 Dau. o 4 CONC f Joseph K. & Nancy Arnold Hall 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1844 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1844 2 SOUR @S985@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1923 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1923 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TreatMemorial.html 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi Born 4-9-1835 Died 10-18-1862 Son of Levi D. & Nancy E. H 5 CONC all Hubbart Co. K 64 Reg. N.Y.S.V. 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi D. Born 10-17-1795 Died 4-30-1877 Son of Thomas & Silence B 5 CONC artlett Hubbart 5 CONT HUBBART, Nancy E. Spouse Of Levi D. Born 7-4-1807 Died 2-22-1886 Dau. o 5 CONC f Joseph K. & Nancy Arnold Hall 1 FAMS @F19@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I118@ INDI 1 NAME Eveline /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Eveline 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 28212CC52C1AD44DA0783CAAEC4160DF0B17 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 NOTE Her name is sometimes seen as "Everline." 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1847 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1847 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F20@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I119@ INDI 1 NAME Amelia /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Amelia 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 195BB04EA84C344391EACAFFE202A9BD6B44 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 SEP 1849 2 PLAC Leon Center, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1894 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1894 1 FAMS @F21@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I120@ INDI 1 NAME Ralph Robert /RIDOUT/ 2 GIVN Ralph Robert 2 SURN RIDOUT 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5BF2D6EA9D3D804DBB5D8CFA1D1CE85ED1A7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1854 AND 1856 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1854 1 RESI 2 DATE 1877 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1877 2 PLAC Clatskanie, Oregon? 2 NOTE Eber's will, when probated, cited Ralph Ridout in 1877, of, "Pla 1 CENS 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Kooskia, Idaho county, Idaho 2 NOTE "76 yrs old" with Clarence and Kate. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1933 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1933 2 PLAC Kooskia, Idaho county, Idaho 2 NOTE Ralph is said to be only surviving sibling of Adelia (Franklin 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F314@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I121@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew H. /COOPER/ 2 GIVN Andrew H. 2 SURN COOPER 1 SEX M 1 _UID 49E024AABA87544FBE7221077B2B4196B05A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1893 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1893 2 PLAC probably Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 BURI 2 DATE 1893 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1893 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F17@ 1 FAMC @F2780@ 0 @I122@ INDI 1 NAME Burnett A. /COOPER/ 2 GIVN Burnett A. 2 SURN COOPER 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8D13AB1ABA46C343B880E42079DD7FAA26A7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE SEP 1862 2 _SDATE 15 SEP 1862 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1930 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1929 2 NOTE Mary is called a widow in 1930 when she is found with son Ernest Walter a 3 CONC nd family in Leon. 1 FAMS @F715@ 1 FAMC @F17@ 0 @I123@ INDI 1 NAME Augusta /Bowen/ 2 GIVN Augusta 2 SURN Bowen 1 SEX F 1 _UID D920477EC112274089DE822269166283678D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 NOTE 5 children, 3 living in Leon, 1900 (census). 1 BIRT 2 DATE JAN 1842 2 _SDATE 15 JAN 1842 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1923 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1923 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT RIDOUT, Augusta Bowen Spouse Of LeRoy G. Born Jan. 1841 Died 1923 5 CONT RIDOUT, LeRoy G. Spouse Of Augusta Born 3-30-1837 Died 7-15-1913 Son of N 5 CONC athan & Sophia Franklin Ridout 5 CONT RIDOUT, Mabel B. Born 10-1-1881 Died 1938 Dau. of LeRoy & Augusta Bowen R 5 CONC idout 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery, Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 FAMS @F18@ 0 @I124@ INDI 1 NAME Mabel B. /RIDOUT/ 2 GIVN Mabel B. 2 SURN RIDOUT 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1D0DB307CF25744EA0BDEBC8D8C8C03E4854 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE OCT 1881 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1881 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE living with mother Augusta B. Ridout 1 CENS 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE Single at 48 in 1930. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1938 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1938 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT RIDOUT, Augusta Bowen Spouse Of LeRoy G. Born Jan. 1841 Died 1923 5 CONT RIDOUT, LeRoy G. Spouse Of Augusta Born 3-30-1837 Died 7-15-1913 Son of N 5 CONC athan & Sophia Franklin Ridout 5 CONT RIDOUT, Mabel B. Born 10-1-1881 Died 1938 Dau. of LeRoy & Augusta Bowen R 5 CONC idout 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery, Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 FAMC @F18@ 0 @I125@ INDI 1 NAME Nina /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Nina 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID F81E0A365A4F114DABC8ED0E16A8A8D506A1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 SEP 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 NOV 1883 1 DEAT 2 DATE FEB 1984 2 _SDATE 15 FEB 1984 2 PLAC Chattanooga, Tennessee 1 FAMS @F310@ 1 FAMC @F18@ 0 @I126@ INDI 1 NAME (Alla V.) Blanche /Ridout/ 2 GIVN (Alla V.) Blanche 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID ED91CCE0461D984B817A426F4F84273D5359 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F303@ 1 FAMC @F18@ 0 @I127@ INDI 1 NAME unknown /Ridout/ 2 GIVN unknown 2 SURN Ridout 1 _UID A5B1ABA1912A3743AEAA943E81537DBF11CB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F18@ 0 @I128@ INDI 1 NAME William H. /Hodges/ 2 GIVN William H. 2 SURN Hodges 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5C6BD225C2F5324B9CFD694764A8BE878CC7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 SOUR @S985@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1837 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1837 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TreatMemorial.html 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi Born 4-9-1835 Died 10-18-1862 Son of Levi D. & Nancy E. H 5 CONC all Hubbart Co. K 64 Reg. N.Y.S.V. 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi D. Born 10-17-1795 Died 4-30-1877 Son of Thomas & Silence B 5 CONC artlett Hubbart 5 CONT HUBBART, Nancy E. Spouse Of Levi D. Born 7-4-1807 Died 2-22-1886 Dau. o 5 CONC f Joseph K. & Nancy Arnold Hall 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1925 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1925 2 SOUR @S871@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/TreatMemorial.html 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi Born 4-9-1835 Died 10-18-1862 Son of Levi D. & Nancy E. H 5 CONC all Hubbart Co. K 64 Reg. N.Y.S.V. 5 CONT HUBBART, Levi D. Born 10-17-1795 Died 4-30-1877 Son of Thomas & Silence B 5 CONC artlett Hubbart 5 CONT HUBBART, Nancy E. Spouse Of Levi D. Born 7-4-1807 Died 2-22-1886 Dau. o 5 CONC f Joseph K. & Nancy Arnold Hall 1 FAMS @F19@ 1 FAMC @F704@ 0 @I129@ INDI 1 NAME Lansing /Sykes/ 2 GIVN Lansing 2 SURN Sykes 1 SEX M 1 _UID DF7D94F01F1CE144BDDA7828DAFCA2CBBA42 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 NOTE SYKES, LANSING SD Day 6/30/1888 Montana State Of 2 CONC fice 2449 SDMTAA 098256 2 CONT SYKES, HART SD Day 2/10/1896 Montana State Offic 2 CONC e 11253 SDMTAA 098328 SYKES, HART SD Day 4/8/190 2 CONC 3 Montana State Office 11352 SDMTAA 093572 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?QryId=84707.55 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1836 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1836 2 PLAC New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 RESI 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Central Point Twp, Day County, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S1027@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.usgennet.org/usa/sd/state/day_county/chapter16-12.html 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F20@ 1 FAMC @F2778@ 0 @I130@ INDI 1 NAME William D. /MOSHER/ 2 GIVN William D. 2 SURN MOSHER 1 SEX M 1 _UID 54C234E6BB50094186980CC5B4505F542B46 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1845 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1845 2 PLAC New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1903 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1903 2 NOTE Cattaraugus Times Newspaper Index has a William P. Mosher, Dec 24, 1903 p 3 CONC .5, col 2. 1 FAMS @F21@ 1 FAMC @F2781@ 0 @I131@ INDI 1 NAME A. Maria // 2 GIVN A. Maria 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3F0914B17DFEDA429EEA9F3BBEA7A5A8B83E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 AUG 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1836 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1836 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Dayton, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE living with Welsey 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F235@ 0 @I132@ INDI 1 NAME DeHart "Harty" /Sykes/ 2 GIVN DeHart "Harty" 2 SURN Sykes 1 SEX M 1 _UID 52E9AA924B770045A1DE5A6BD927CECC5C19 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 MAY 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1868 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1868 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F20@ 0 @I133@ INDI 1 NAME Arnold Martin /OLSON/ 2 GIVN Arnold Martin 2 SURN OLSON 1 SEX M 1 _UID 99CAA7082E9CC6458198CF298502801716FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 OCT 2008 1 FAMS @F22@ 1 FAMS @F1703@ 1 FAMC @F23@ 0 @I134@ INDI 1 NAME Grace Constance /SHERMAN/ 2 GIVN Grace Constance 2 SURN SHERMAN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1CCC5342E3BDF44BAEC99AEA8BBB2BC8901E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 OCT 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 JAN 1923 2 PLAC Hibbing, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 RESI 2 DATE 1945 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1945 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE 1282 Blair 1 RESI 2 DATE 1950 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1950 2 PLAC 1282 Blair, St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE 1950-51 St. Paul Directory. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 JUL 1995 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 1 BURI 2 PLAC St. Anthony, Minnesota 2 NOTE Sunset Memorial Cemetery 1 EDUC Bethel College. 1 OCCU Secretary; Stenographer at Sacony Vacuum in 1945; various sales jobs. 1 RELI Baptist 1 SSN 472-16-6283 1 FAMS @F22@ 1 FAMC @F24@ 0 @I135@ INDI 1 NAME Ernst Rudolf /OLSON/ 2 GIVN Ernst Rudolf 2 SURN OLSON 1 SEX M 1 _UID 32A923865819A347B9AD7653726D30728F96 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 OCT 1886 2 PLAC Dammen/Amsterdam, Östra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 1 IMMI 2 DATE 1906 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1906 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Red Star Line, Cedric. 2 SOUR @S950@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Minnesota Naturalization Records Index, 1854-1957 5 CONT Name: Ernst Rudolf Olson County: Ramsey Reel: 13 Code: 42 Volume: 1 5 CONC 7 Page: 24 1 RESI 2 DATE 1908 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1908 2 PLAC 611 Raymond 2 NOTE Fireman at Merriam Park Greenhouse; St. Anthony and Vandalia. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC 2077 Temple Court 2 NOTE Boarder with Charles and Ernest Bowman (piano repairmen). 1 RESI 2 DATE 1911 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1911 2 PLAC 2148 Temple Court (boarder) 2 NOTE Carpenter 1 RESI 2 DATE 1913 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1913 2 PLAC 1533 Inglehart Av. (rooms) 2 NOTE Carpenter with OH and JA Rundquist. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1914 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1914 2 PLAC 2327 Charles (boards) 2 NOTE Carpenter 1 RESI 2 DATE 1915 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1915 2 PLAC 2331 Ellis (boards) 2 NOTE Carpenter 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF OCT 1915 2 _SDATE 30 SEP 1915 2 PLAC 1923 Stanford 2 NOTE Built a small three-room house. Eleanor and Carl born here. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1916 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1916 2 PLAC 1925 Stanford (residence) 2 NOTE Carpenter 1 RESI 2 DATE JUL 1919 2 _SDATE 15 JUL 1919 2 PLAC 2043 St. Anthony 2 NOTE A Four-Plex. 1 RESI 2 DATE ABT 1921 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1921 2 PLAC 2114 Temple Ct. 2 NOTE John born here 1 RESI 2 DATE AUG 1923 2 _SDATE 15 AUG 1923 2 PLAC 588 Clifford 2 NOTE The first, three room house, where Arnold, Gene, Marguerite, an 1 RESI 2 DATE 1938 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1938 2 PLAC 588 Clifford 2 NOTE The larger home is built. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 NOV 1971 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota. 1 BURI 2 DATE 20 NOV 1971 2 PLAC Sunset Cemetery, St. Anthony, Minnesota 1 OCCU Carpenter- Cardinal Construction Company. 1 OCCU Fireman (just after immigrating)- worked at the Merriam Park Greenhouse, 1 FAMS @F23@ 1 FAMC @F25@ 0 @I136@ INDI 1 NAME Martha Eugenia /CARLSON/ 2 GIVN Martha Eugenia 2 SURN CARLSON 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6E133869A123B74C9E303993BAD4A40CC16E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 OCT 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 JAN 1894 2 PLAC Värmbol, Östra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 OCT 1974 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota. 1 BURI 2 DATE 16 OCT 1974 2 PLAC Sunset Cemetery, St. Anthony, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F23@ 1 FAMC @F26@ 0 @I137@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin Harrison /SHERMAN/ 2 GIVN Benjamin Harrison 2 SURN SHERMAN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5A287B9D5C93064A8C83F9D4C2737BBC2124 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 MAR 1889 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 NOV 1945 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Coronary occlusion. 3 CONT 3 CONT 56 yrs old 1 BURI 2 DATE 15 NOV 1945 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Hillside Cemetery (Leander) 1 OCCU a mail carrier; mail clerk; minister; and ran a gas station and market near the street by the home 1 RELI a baptist 1 FAMS @F53@ 1 FAMS @F54@ 1 FAMS @F24@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I138@ INDI 1 NAME Ida Constance /LYNGSTAD/ 2 GIVN Ida Constance 2 SURN LYNGSTAD 1 SEX F 1 _UID 452F99E6A3C768428925446A7064F278A1ED 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 APR 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 MAR 1892 2 PLAC Duluth, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 RESI 2 DATE 1950 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1950 2 PLAC 1282 Blair, St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE 1950-51 St. Paul Directory 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 JAN 1973 2 PLAC Slayton, Murray county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Arteriorsclerotic Heart disease; Parkinsons. At Lake Sarah. 1 BURI 2 DATE 15 JAN 1973 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 RELI Lutheran; Baptist 1 RESI 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Sherman's Corners 1 FAMS @F24@ 1 FAMC @F27@ 0 @I139@ INDI 1 NAME Olaus /BONDESSON/ 2 GIVN Olaus 2 SURN BONDESSON 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8F1E5AE166E310458B0F342CCEC340C3143A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 NOTE Törnemåla in Gullabo parish after 1870. 1 SOUR @S81@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S82@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 FEB 1834 2 PLAC Törnemåla, Torsås parish, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 18 JAN 1859 2 PLAC Uppsala, Sweden. 2 NOTE Found guilty of fornication in the courts at Uppsala. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 12 FEB 1878 2 PLAC Stockholm 2 NOTE Divorced Lena (Hansson) (Lundin) Bondesson 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1917 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1917 1 OCCU Construction; Building Contractor. 1 FAMS @F1543@ 1 FAMS @F25@ 1 FAMC @F29@ 0 @I140@ INDI 1 NAME Augusta Mathilda /ÖQUIST/ 2 GIVN Augusta Mathilda 2 SURN ÖQUIST 1 SEX F 1 _UID 516963A3FC39744798CCA4751C69467E765C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 APR 1847 2 PLAC Stora Hjortstorp, Ånsta-Längbro parish, Örebro härad (district), Örebro county, Närke province 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1544@ 1 FAMS @F25@ 1 FAMC @F82@ 0 @I141@ INDI 1 NAME Johan Emil /CARLSSON/ 2 GIVN Johan Emil 2 SURN CARLSSON 1 SEX M 1 _UID E8A03984F1BCAD4F8C0AB09D2F01EE2B1A38 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 OCT 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1866 2 PLAC Östra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 SEP 1918 2 PLAC Östra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 2 NOTE Suicide 1 OCCU "bruksarbetaren" 1 FAMS @F26@ 1 FAMC @F81@ 0 @I142@ INDI 1 NAME Ingrid /Olsdotter/ 2 GIVN Ingrid 2 SURN Olsdotter 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3988C394E874B94AAB6DB25126A76E956278 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 APR 1861 2 PLAC Vretsta Husartorp, Västra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 1 BAPM 2 DATE 25 APR 1861 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1921 2 PLAC Östra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 1 FAMS @F26@ 1 FAMC @F80@ 0 @I143@ INDI 1 NAME Beret\Berit Martha /CHRISTIANSDATTER MYRVOLD/ 2 GIVN Beret\Berit Martha 2 SURN CHRISTIANSDATTER MYRVOLD 1 SEX F 1 _UID 42C42901F4A02B4E9A58DF0CFFE8A5AF55FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 NOV 2008 1 NOTE Listen over gårder er hentet fra "Norske Gaardnavne". 2 CONT b.14, s.72 65. Morvold. Udt. må2rrvåLLan. -- Moruold 1559. Muruol 2 CONC dt 1590. Moruoll 1626. Moruold 1630. Muruoldt, Muruold 1643. Muruold 16 2 CONC 64. Murvold 1723. Jfr. GN. 17,2 og Aa GN. 43. 2 CONT 2 CONT 1865 census calls her Christian's daughter, not "their" daughter. Ingeb 2 CONC org not her mother?? They are said to marry on 27 Apr 1861, so it would s 2 CONC eem to be an error in the census. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 MAY 1861 2 PLAC Qvernværs Sokn, Hitterens Prestegjeld (Kvenvær, Hitra, Norway) 2 NOTE Myrvold/Muurvold/Morvold gård, Kvenær sogn, Hitteren Herred, Søndre Tro 3 CONC ndhjems amt 3 CONT 3 CONT 1875, Muurvold census says b.1860 1 CHR 2 DATE 14 JUL 1861 2 PLAC Hitra parish, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 1 CENS 2 DATE 1865 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1865 2 PLAC Muurvold, Hitteren, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 2 NOTE 5 yrs 2 SOUR @S1359@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1865 Muurvold farm, Hitteren, Sor-Trondelag, Norway census 5 CONT Kvar side nedunder viser maskimalt 10 funne postar. Du kan bla mellom d 5 CONC esse sidene ved hjelp av knappane over. 5 CONT Personnr. Hushald Førenamn Etternamn Fam. stilling Yrke Sivilstand Alde 5 CONC r Kjønn Fødestad Merknad (person) Hestar Stort kveg Får Bygg Blandkorn P 5 CONC oteter 5 CONT 5 CONT 1 1 Christian Ols. Husfader Gaardbruger Selveier g 33 m Statsbygden 1 3 6 2 1 5 CONC /2 2 1/2 5 CONT 2 Ingeborg Anna Olsd. hans Kone g 24 k Hitteren 5 CONT 3 Johan Christians. hans Søn ug 3 m Hitteren 5 CONT 4 Beret M. Christiansd. hans Datter ug 5 k Hitteren 5 CONT 5 !! Christiansd.* hans Datter ug 1 k Hitteren Udøbt 5 CONT 6 Anne Olsd. Tjenestepige ug 18 k Statsbygden 5 CONT 7 1 Olaus Ols. Gaardbruger Selveier Fisker ug 22 m Hitteren 1 2 6 1/4 1 1 5 CONC /2 4 5 CONT 8 Ole Anders. hans Fader Føderaadsmand g 70 m Læxvigen 5 CONT 9 Beret M. Johnsd. hans Moder fører hans Husholdning g 67 k Læxvigen 5 CONT 10 Morthenus Johns. hans Brodersøn ug 15 m Statsbygden 1 CENS 2 DATE 1875 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1875 2 PLAC Muurvold farm (gardnr 153), Qvernværs Sokn (parish), Hitterens Præstegjeld, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 2 SOUR @S1357@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1875 Norway Census- Muurvold farm (gardnr 153) 5 CONT 5 CONT 1 1 Christian Olsen m hf g Gaardbruger, Selveier 1827 Statbygdens P 5 CONC r. H. Sogn b 1 2 16 1 1/2 2 1/2 4 5 CONT 2 Oline Sevrine Horaaldsen k Hans Kone g 1838 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Fi 5 CONC lands Sogn b 5 CONT 3 Johan Christiansen m Hans s 1862 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Qvernværs S. b 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 4 Ole Christiansen m Hans s 1867 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Qvernværs S. b 5 CONT 5 Olaus Christiansen m Hans s 1869 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Qvernværs S. b 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 6 Berit Martha Christiansen k Hans d 1860 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Qvernv 5 CONC ærs S. b 5 CONT 7 Ingeborg Christine Christiansen k Hans d 1865 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Q 5 CONC vernværs S. b 5 CONT 8 Lina Kristiansen k Deres d 1873 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Qvernværs S. b 5 CONT 9 Mæthe Regine Christiansen k Deres d 1875 Hitterens Præstegjeld, Qvern 5 CONC værs S. b 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 JAN 1921 2 PLAC Culver, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 SOUR @S1133@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnstloui/190024s3.htm 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1900-1924 5 CONT 5 CONT Lone - Lytle 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT LYNGSTAD BERTHA MARTHA 1/3/1921 6616 INDUSTRIAL 5 CONT LYNGSTAD OLAF ARTHUR 7/26/1906 5000 INDUSTRIAL 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1900-1924 5 CONT 5 CONT Seara - Shouner 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN ANNA B 2/5/1920 6113 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN ARNOLD R. 7/5/1917 733 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5003 TOWER 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5004 TOWER 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5005 TOWER 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 5/31/1906 3030 5 CONT SHERMAN FRED NA 4/27/1905 1945 5 CONT SHERMAN GOLDA NA 6/27/1917 711 5 CONT SHERMAN IRENE W. 11/21/1902 708 5 CONT SHERMAN JANE BEVERLY 6/30/1918 7863 VIRGINIA 5 CONT SHERMAN LAMBERT NA 5/3/1914 448 5 CONT SHERMAN LEWIS NA 4/29/1909 319 5 CONT SHERMAN MALE NA 11/5/1918 6512 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN MALE NA 12/8/1921 6265 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN MATT NA 10/10/1916 898 5 CONT SHERMAN NORMAN FOX 2/24/1923 6335 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN SYLVESTER M. 1/19/1910 47 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1925-1949 5 CONT 5 CONT Shadley - Skomsvold 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN ADDIE JANE 1/8/1945 5082 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN ANGELINE ELINORA 4/17/1942 5106 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN ANNA NA 5/24/1949 544 5 CONT SHERMAN CHARLES NA 4/3/1937 348 5 CONT SHERMAN DELINDA HALL 1/16/1937 5370 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN EDITH M. 11/3/1934 976 5 CONT SHERMAN EMMA NA 10/18/1938 970 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 11/23/1930 1087 5 CONT SHERMAN FRANCES NA 9/25/1934 840 5 CONT SHERMAN FRANK NA 4/12/1932 323 5 CONT SHERMAN FRANK NA 7/8/1934 599 5 CONT SHERMAN GEORGE F. 7/28/1930 701 5 CONT SHERMAN GEORGE H 10/23/1941 1017 5 CONT SHERMAN HENRY ERNEST 10/8/1932 906 5 CONT SHERMAN HOMER NA 6/19/1926 6498 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN JAMES W. 9/24/1927 891 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN JOHN AUGUST 8/20/1939 5223 VIRGINIA 5 CONT SHERMAN JOSEPH OREN 1/4/1943 5092 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN LAUREL MAY 8/22/1926 5582 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN LENA NA 6/29/1944 669 5 CONT SHERMAN MALE STILLBORN 1/16/1944 61 5 CONT SHERMAN MARY NA 5/27/1939 495 5 CONT SHERMAN MAY NA 5/27/1939 0 AKA MARY #495 5 CONT SHERMAN MERLENE LOUISE 11/28/1942 1152 5 CONT SHERMAN PETER NA 5/3/1944 463 5 CONT SHERMAN RONALD EARL 10/18/1947 1064 1 BURI 2 PLAC Industrial Cemetery, Culver, Industrial Township, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F27@ 1 FAMC @F84@ 0 @I144@ INDI 1 NAME Harvey A. /HALL/ 2 GIVN Harvey A. 2 SURN HALL 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4CA2F0B329867743BD1FAFEB7AFF8508768D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 MAR 2010 1 SOUR @S595@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT -----Original Message----- 4 CONT From: Trish Hackett Nicola [mailto:btnicola@earthlink.net] 4 CONT Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 7:16 PM 4 CONT To: tolson13@mn.rr.com 4 CONT Subject: Re: Java, NY Book Look-up request 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT >Hi Terry, 4 CONT Page 85 is a listing of people in the 1840 census. It does not give any 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT additional information. 4 CONT p. 34 D. W. Hall - Java Village - Eddy also had the privilege of having a 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT tail, race between the property owned for Houghton's and the cheese fac 4 CONC tory 4 CONT property, running down to Buffalo Creek. The mill was later owned by D. H 4 CONC . 4 CONT Hall, and by S. Cleft. 4 CONT [That doesn't make sense, but that is what it says. Trish] 4 CONT 4 CONT p. 45, James Hall - Java Village, Township 8, Range 4, 1811 First land 4 CONT articled (contracted to buy) James Hall [others are listed-Trish] 4 CONT p. 81, James Hall, Ereatus Wells: Formation of Java, Other early sett 4 CONC lers 4 CONT [after 1802] were Ereatus Wells, James Hall. [others are listed-Trish] 4 CONT There is no record that any of these stayed on. 4 CONT 4 CONT Trish Hackett Nicola 4 CONT Seattle, WA 4 CONT 4 CONT >-Terry Dean Olson in Minneapolis. 4 CONT > 4 CONT >"History of the Town of Java" 4 CONT > 4 CONT >Hall, Cornelius, 85 Hall, D. W., 34 Hall, Farthing, 85 Hall, James, 45 4 CONC , 81 4 CONT > 4 CONT >Hall, Joshua, 85 Wells, Ereatus, 81 1 SOUR @S597@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Formation of Java 4 CONT From the book "History of Town of Java" 4 CONT Compiled by Java Historical Society, 1976 4 CONT 4 CONT The territory of western New York was originally claimed by Massachuset 4 CONC tes by virtue of charter granted by the King of England to the Plymouth C 4 CONC olony. The same territory was subsequently granted to the Duke of York a 4 CONC nd Albany - the question settled December, 1789. This area was part of A 4 CONC lbany County from 1683 to 1772; then Tryon County from 1772 to 1784; Mo 4 CONC ntgomery County from 1784 to 1789; Ontario County from 1789 to 1802; an 4 CONC d Genesee County from 1802 to 1841 when Wyoming County was formed. In 1 4 CONC 789, all the State line through Seneca Lake northward to Lake Ontario a 4 CONC nd south to Pennsylvania was called Ontario County and the single town c 4 CONC alled Northampton, took up the entire Holland Purchase. This was again d 4 CONC ivided into 4 parts and Batavia took up all the Holland Purchase. On M 4 CONC arch 19, 1808, Sheldon was formed and comprised of what is now Arcade, A 4 CONC ttica, Bennington, Java, Orangeville and Wethersfield. In 1811, Attica w 4 CONC as formed; Bennington in 1818. China (consisting of the present Arcade a 4 CONC nd Java) left Sheldon in March, 1818. China assumed the name of Arcade i 4 CONC n 1866. On April 30, 1832, the present boundaries of Java were establis 4 CONC hed and we were on our own. We are the youngest town in the county, but s 4 CONC till not as young as the county. Joseph Elliott was the chief surveyor f 4 CONC or the Holland Land Co. They originally sold land for $2.75 per acre wi 4 CONC th 10 percent down; this was later reduced to $2.00 and no down payment b 4 CONC ecause many were too poor to afford the prices. The Holland Land Co. wa 4 CONC s criticized for this. Holland Land Co. released the land in this area i 4 CONC n 1809. The first white settlers in the area were in 1802 and were Joh 4 CONC n Tolles, Jacob Wright, Nathaniel Sprout, Stephen Crowe. Other early na 4 CONC mes were Samuel Coleman, Joshua Gates, David Wolcut, Ereatus Wells, Guy Morgan, Abraham C. Hollenbeck, Amasa Joslin, James Hall, L 4 CONC emuel J. Paul and Oren Waters. There is no record that any of these sta 4 CONC yed on. The earliest names on the permanent settlers are Timothy Kerby i 4 CONC n 1812, near Strykersville, then to Curriers; S. Woodworth-1816, M. War 4 CONC ner-1814, both near Strykersville; D. Smith-1814, D.H. Wooster-1812 and H 4 CONC . Woolsey-1819 all near Java Village; A. and M. Twiss in 1817 on Catt. R 4 CONC d., then they went to Curriers; L. Stearns in 1816 at Java Lake; R. Jew 4 CONC ell-1816 in North Java Area; B. Lockwood-1817 and Elijah Bassett-1819, o 4 CONC n the Youngers Rd. The first mill was established in 1816 in Java Vill 4 CONC age by Daniel H. Worcester, the first inn by Charles Fox at Curriers Co 4 CONC rners in 1818 and the first store in 1820 by Comstock in Java Village. I 4 CONC t is said that Joab Wooster, son of Daniel, was the first white child t 4 CONC o be born in the town of Java, in 1815 near Java Village. Taken from B 4 CONC eers 1880 History Java was formed from China 4/20/1832. It lies on the w 4 CONC est border of the county, south of the center. Its surface is an elevat 4 CONC ed region, broken by hills and the deep valleys of the streams. The hig 4 CONC hest summits are 400 to 600 feet above the valleys and 1000 to 1200 fee 4 CONC t above lake Erie. Buffalo Creek flows through west part and receives a l 4 CONC arge no. of tributaries. Catt. Creek takes its rise in the east part. C 4 CONC att. Lake is a small sheet of water in the south east part, nearly surr 4 CONC ounded by steep hills. It forms on of the sources of Catt. Creek. The s 4 CONC oil upon the hills is a thin dark loam under laid by hardpan; in the va 4 CONC lleys it is principally a gravelly loam. About 1 mile east of Java Vill 4 CONC age is a quarry of fine building stone. Java Village lies upon Buffalo C 4 CONC reek in the new part of the town. Population about 200. North Java in t 4 CONC he north east corner of the town, contains a church and about 100 inhab 4 CONC itants. Java Center, center of town; East Java, south east part; Curri 4 CONC ers Corners(Java p.o.) in the south west and Williamsville, near the bo 4 CONC rder are hamlets. The first settlement was made by Jonas Sellick (from R 4 CONC uthland Co., VT) in 1802 near Wrights Corners. There are 5 churches in t 4 CONC own. End of Beers It is not known exactly where the name Java originate 4 CONC d, but the story has it that there were many nationalities in the Town a 4 CONC nd everyone wanted it named after their homeland. It was named Java bec 4 CONC ause no one was from there and the name didn't favor anyone. The first t 4 CONC own board meeting was held at the home of Abner Currier in March 1833. E 4 CONC lected to the office were Moses Twiss, Supervisor; Nelson Wolcott, Town C 4 CONC lerk; Nathan Thompson, Seth Lewis-Justices of Peace; also 4 constables, 3 a 4 CONC ssessors, 2 overseers of the poor, 3 commissioners of highways and 3 co 4 CONC mmissioners of common schools. There was also a sealer of weights and m 4 CONC easures and Harry Harrington was elected Tax Collector. Following is a l 4 CONC ist of supervisors to the present[1976]: 1833-36 Moses Twiss 1838 John P 4 CONC arish 1839 Nelson Wolcott 1840 Samuel Clark 1841 Joseph Currier 1843 & 4 4 CONC 5 Ebenezer Jackson 1844 Joseph Currier 1845 & 53 Samuel Clark 1854 Merr 4 CONC it B. Lewis 1855 Sam Clark 1856 Samuel Woodworth 1857-58 John S. Rogers 1 4 CONC 859-60 Delslow D. Davis 1861 Amos Stevans 1862-63 William W. Blakely 18 4 CONC 64-65 Ira B. Healy 1866-67 Samual Smith, Jr. 1868 William Lewis; died a 4 CONC nd replaced by Denslow Davis 1869-70 Henry S. Joy 1871 & 73 Samuel Smit 4 CONC h 1874-75 James W. Ives 1876-78 Walter S. Joy 1879 Augustus Lyford 1880 4 CONC -81 John E. Mason 1882-85 Samuel Smith 1886-87 Dr. William Boddy 1888-8 4 CONC 9 C.B. Woolley 1890-91 Samuel Smith 1892 Geo. W. Sutley; he was removed f 4 CONC rom office in Dec. 1893 and replaced by John E. Mason who served also i 4 CONC n 1894. 1895 no one is listed 1896-97 S.O. Warren 1898-1904 C.A. Mason 1 4 CONC 905-06 John F. Green 1907-08 C.A. Mason 1909-12 Frank S. Cooper 1913-19 4 CONC 18 Charles E. Mason; resigned in 1919 and Charles A. Mason took his pla 4 CONC ce. He also held in 1920 and 1921, during which term he died and was re 4 CONC placed by James Keenan who served until 1935. 1936-39 J. E. McCormick 1 4 CONC 940-41 Millard Homes 1942-47 J. E. McCormick 1948-55 Frank Hanley 1956- 4 CONC 1963 John F. Hamm 1964-1967 Edward Redding 1968 to present Vincent B. G 4 CONC eorge To order a copy of the History Of Town of Java, see the historia 4 CONC ns page. To find out if a specific individual is in this book, return t 4 CONC o the County page and go to lookups. 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1820 AND 1821 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1820 2 PLAC Boonville, Oneida county, NY? 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Sheldon, Wyoming [Genesee] County, New York 2 NOTE http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywyomin/sheldonhistory1946.htm 3 CONT ATTRACTIVE TOWN 3 CONT The history of Strykersville has much in common with that of Varysburg s 3 CONC o far as concerns entity and community settlement, but Varysburg as set 3 CONC tled first. It lies in the Tonawanda Valley and its business tendencies l 3 CONC ean somewhat eastward, especially in the matter of the County Seat, whi 3 CONC le Strykersville is situated in the Buffalo Creek Valley and its busine 3 CONC ss in the main is westward. While in the old days Varysburg was at leas 3 CONC t on a par, the industrial era may credit Strykersville with easier and s 3 CONC horted roads to the great factory centers. Among the settlers ins this s 3 CONC ector we list: Stryker, Warner, Stanton, Hall, Case, Richardson, Demonj 3 CONC ot, Hyman, Castle, Kuster, Clapp, Reisdorf, Herrmann, Metzger, David, B 3 CONC ennion, Miller and Kreuter. 2 SOUR @S594@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1840 Sheldon, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Abner B. Hall - 1 - - - 1 f - - - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 5 CONT 1 f 30 < 40 5 CONT Daniel W. Hall - 1 - - 1 1 f - 1 2 - 1 1 5 CONT 1 m 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 5 CONT 2 f 10 < 15 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 f 30 < 40 5 CONT Frederick Hall 2 - - - - 1 f 1 1 - - - 1 5 CONT 2 m < 5 5 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 5 CONT 1 f < 5 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 f 30 < 40 5 CONT Harvey Hall - - - - 1 f - - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 5 CONT 5 CONT Elijah Arnold 5 CONT James Arnold 5 CONT Nelson Arnold 5 CONT 5 CONT Morris Fox 5 CONT Samuel Chipman 5 CONT Erastus Kimball 5 CONT James Fillmore 1 OCCU a farmer 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Java, Wyoming county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 2 SOUR @S739@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.5 of 39 (p137) 5 CONT 5 CONT Dwelling 1135 Family 1120 b.NY 5 CONT Harvey Hall 38 2,000 RE 600 PE b.NY 5 CONT Emma 29 b.NY 5 CONT Emma 13 b.NY 5 CONT Alinda [Delinda] 6 b.NY 5 CONT 5 CONT next on census is Mitchell Colby- related to Laura Ingalls Wilder. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 DEC 1863 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 18 DEC 1863 2 _SDATE 19 DEC 1863 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York? 2 NOTE Cemeteries in and around Holland 3 CONT 3 CONT Holland 3 CONT 3 CONT Holland Protestant, Route 16, Holland 3 CONT Humphrey, Route 16, Holland 3 CONT Hunters Creek - Note: also records 3 CONT New St. Joseph's RC, Route 16, Holland - Church Office (716) 537-9988 3 CONT Old St. Joseph's RC, Route 16, Holland - Church Office (716) 537-9988 3 CONT Wales 3 CONT 3 CONT Bleakhouse, Wales Center 3 CONT Carpenter Family (private), Route 78, Hunters Creek & Woodchuck Roads 3 CONT Evergreen, Four Rod Road at Water Street, Wales Center - veteran 3 CONC s only 3 CONT Goodleberg, Goodleberg, Vermont Hill & Hunters Creek Roads 3 CONT Holmes Hill, Vermont Hill & Center Line Roads - veterans, lot ho 3 CONC lders, and 3 CONT partial transcriptions; also transcribed by Glenn Atwell 3 CONT 3 CONT Hunters Creek, Hunters Creek Road near Church Street 3 CONT Ingalls, Hunters Creek & Fish Hill Roads 3 CONT Old Haven, Center Line Road near Creek Road, Wales Hollow 3 CONT South Wales, Route 16 & Warner Hill Road, South Wales - veterans o 3 CONC nly 3 CONT Wales Center, Route 20A & Hunters Creek Road, Wales Center - vet 3 CONC erans and 3 CONT partial transcriptions 3 CONT Wales Hollow, East Creek & Center Line Roads, Wales Hollow 3 CONT Aurora 3 CONT 3 CONT Carpenter (private), Strykersville Road 3 CONT Cemetery, Cole Road 3 CONT 3 CONT Catholic 3 CONT East Aurora Pioneer, Oakwood & Fillmore Avenues, East Aurora - only 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT veterans complete; others in progress 3 CONT Griffin's Mills, West Falls & Jewettsville Roads, Griffin's Mill 3 CONC s - only 3 CONT veterans complete; others in progress 3 CONT Maple Road, Maple Road at Fillmore - moved to Lower Oakwood 3 CONT 3 CONT Oakwood (Lower Oakwood), South Willow Street, East Aurora - Office 3 CONT (716) 652-0454 - only veterans complete; others in progress 3 CONT Boston 3 CONT 3 CONT Cemetery, Belcher Road 3 CONT Cobble Hill, Route 19, Trevett Road 3 CONT Maplewood, Route 219, Patchin - in progress 3 CONT St. John's RC, Pfarner Road, Boston 3 CONT St. Martin's Lutheran, Cole & Leibler Roads - Church Office (716) 941-3 3 CONC 335 3 CONT St. Paul's Evangelical, Colden - Church (Faith UCC) Office (716) 941-35 3 CONC 29 3 CONT 3 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-wales-eg-cem.html 3 CONT 3 CONT Evergreen Cemetery 3 CONT Four Rod Road 3 CONT Town of Wales 3 CONT HALL 3 CONT Jonathan, died Aug 13, 1818, aged 59 yrs, 6 ds 3 CONT A.Jane Allen, Wife of Jonathan Hall, died May 7, 1890, aged 72 yrs, 3 m 3 CONC os, 29 ds 3 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-holland.html 3 CONT Town of Holland Cemeteries 3 CONT Erie County, New York 3 CONT (MF) Microfilm (B) Book 3 CONT Evergreen Cemetery - Four Rod Road 3 CONT Goodleburg Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Holland Cemetery Former name Holland Protestant Cemetery 3 CONT This is the second oldest cemetery in town and is located on the east s 3 CONC ide of Route 16 near the Middle School. 3 CONT Some Revolutionary War and War of 1812 soldiers are buried here. (Photo 3 CONC s) 3 CONT Holland Protestant Cemetery Name changed to Holland Cemetery Associatio 3 CONC n Cemetery. see Holland Cemetery Association Cemetery, 3 CONT 3 CONT Holmes Hill Cemetery Centerline Road ( Lot No. 54 ) 3 CONT Humphrey Hollow Cemetery 1809 - 1962 Pioneer Cemetery (Photo) 3 CONT Centerline & Humphrey Rds., located on the east side of Route 16. 3 CONT This is Holland's oldest cemetery and was name for Arthur Humphrey, who w 3 CONC as one of Holland's first settlers and its first supervisor. 3 CONT It's located on the east side of Route 16, north of the hamlet area nea 3 CONC r the Rickettson farm. The stones flanking the entrance give the date 1 3 CONC 809. 3 CONT The Humphrey family later left money in trust for cemetery maintenance. 3 CONC Currently, the cemetery is cared for by the Holland Cemetery Associatio 3 CONC n. 3 CONT Most of Hollands Revolutionary War and War of 1812 soldiers were buried h 3 CONC ere. (Photos) 3 CONT Hunter's Creek Cemetery East side of Vermont Hill Road, Near Blake 3 CONC y Corners & Centerline Road. 3 CONT Hunters Creek Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Maltby Cemetery Glenwood Road 3 CONT Neischell Cemetery Lewis Road off Partridge 3 CONT Old Havens Cemetery Centerline Road 3 CONT Pioneer Cemetery Located on the east side of Route 16 3 CONT Protection Cemetery Burials began here around 1823 on the Farrington Fa 3 CONC rm on the east side of Vermont Hill Road near South Protection Road. 3 CONT Settlers from Protection, East Holland and Vermont Hill area are buried h 3 CONC ere. 3 CONT Family names are Alexander, Childs, Colby, Farrington, Gould, Hawks, Ja 3 CONC ckson, Kimball, Moulton, Van Valkenburg, Ward and Wilkins. 3 CONT St.Joseph's Roman Catholic Cemetery (New) (Photo) Opened in 1977, see b 3 CONC elow. 3 CONT St.Joseph's Roman Catholic Cemetery (Old) (Photo) 3 CONT These are old and new cemeteries located on the east side of Route 16 i 3 CONC n the north Holland area. 3 CONT St. Joseph's was organized in the late 19th century. and it is assumed t 3 CONC hat the older cemetery dates from this period. 3 CONT Rectory (716) 537-9434 Ronald Nagel 3 CONT Cemetery Supervisor 537-9900 3 CONT Town of Wales Cemetery (Old Wales Center Cemetery) Partial List 3 CONT Although this is not in the Town of Holland, it is just over the northe 3 CONC rn border of Holland 3 CONT on the west side of Hunters creek Road. This cemetery includes many Hol 3 CONC land residents who lived in this area. 3 CONT Some of the family names are Fischer, Ingalls (related to Laura Ingalls W 3 CONC ilder), McArthur, Parker, Rogers, Sleepers and Trank. 3 CONT Wales Hollow Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Holland Town Clerk 3 CONT Town Hall 3 CONT 47 Pearl St. 3 CONT P.O. Box 36 3 CONT Holland, NY 14080 3 CONT (716) 537-9443 3 CONT Email: holland145000@aol.com 3 CONT 3 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 3 CONC _ 3 CONT 3 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia.html 3 CONT 3 CONT Town of Sardinia Cemeteries 3 CONT including the Hamlet of Protection 3 CONT 3 CONT Erie County, New York 3 CONT (MF) Microfilm (B) Book 3 CONT 3 CONT Town of Sardinia 3 CONT Andrew's Farm Cemetery - Savage Road, north of Genesee Road. 3 CONT Bulter's Private Lot Cemetery see Sardinia Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Catholic Cemetery - Prattham Road ~ Compiled by Lee Monier, Mary C 3 CONC ottrell Rahill, and Mori Cottrell Green, this cemetery was originally i 3 CONC n Concord 3 CONT Carpenter Cemetery 3 CONT Cemetery - Route 39, Creek & Middle Roads 3 CONT Fairview Cemetery - 1825 3 CONT Lord's Hill Cemetery - Route 39, see Smith Cemetery. 3 CONT Pratham Cemetery - Pratham & Allen Streets. Contact: Town Supervisor 3 CONT Protestant Cemetery - 3 CONT Roman Catholic Cemetery - East side of Genesee Road 3 CONT Sardinia Cemetery (New) (B) - Genesee Road, west of Route 16. 3 CONT Sardinia Cemetery (Old) (B) - Genesee Road, west of Route 16 (Partial L 3 CONC ist) 3 CONT Sardinia Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Sardinia Rural Cemetery - Genesee and Savage Road (Genesee Road between J 3 CONC ohnson Corners and North side) 3 CONT Sardinia Rural Cemetery Association - Robert Schiener (716) 496-7281. 3 CONT Smith Cemetery (B) - see Carpenter Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Smith - Carpenter Cemetery - see Carpenter Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT Two Cemeteries on Pratham Road 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia-sar-cem.html 3 CONT Sardinia Cemetery 3 CONT 3 CONT [Partial List] 3 CONT Town of Sardinia, Erie County, New York. 3 CONT 3 CONT BOWEN, Bela, died Feb 11, 1851, Aged 28 yrs 7 mo 8 das 3 CONT CALKINS 3 CONT 3 CONT Elizabeth, wife of Caleb. died June 5, 18?8, in her 80th Year. 3 CONT Bela, died Feb 11, 1851 aged 28 yrs, 7 mos 8 das 3 CONT COLBY 3 CONT 3 CONT Hannah, wife of John died July 4, 1846, AE. 73 yrs. 3 CONT COLEGROVE 3 CONT 3 CONT Bela H., M.D , 1787 - 1874 3 CONT Eliza Ives, 1807 - 1952, ( Mrs. Bela H. ) 3 CONT Adelaid Bennett Sprague, 1822 - 1890, ( Mrs. Bela H. ) 3 CONT CORNWELL 3 CONT 3 CONT Levinus, ... 3 CONT Lots, ( Mrs. Levinus ) died May 5, 1871, aged 76 yrs 5 mos 7 das. 3 CONT Hiram D., 1823 - 1894 3 CONT Martha J., ( Mrs. Hiram D.), 1822 - 1893 3 CONT GRAVES 3 CONT 3 CONT Horace E, ... 3 CONT Anna, born July 28, 1841, died May 27, 1893 3 CONT LOVELAND 3 CONT 3 CONT Mitchell R., died Jan 27, 1870 3 CONT LYON 3 CONT 3 CONT Angelette J. Nott, ( Mrs. G.B. ) died Mar 16, 1853, aged 23 yrs 6 mos. 3 CONT MITCHELL 3 CONT 3 CONT Robert H., 1870 - 1899 3 CONT NOTT 3 CONT 3 CONT Gen. Ezra, died Aug 3,1864, aged 79 ? yrs 2 mo 21 das. 3 CONT Hannah, ( Mrs. Ezra ) died Sept 20, 1880, aged 87 yrs 4 mos 26 das. 3 CONT Sampson H., 1820 - 1896 3 CONT Hannah, ( Mrs. Sampson H. ), 1825 - 1904 3 CONT PINGREY 3 CONT 3 CONT Cynthia B.., ( Mrs. Aquilla ), died July 31, 1879 3 CONT RILEY 3 CONT 3 CONT Jennie Sherman, 1867 - 1901 3 CONT RUNYAN 3 CONT 3 CONT Benjamin, 1804 - 1844 3 CONT Drusilla Whitney, his wife 1809 - 1846, Individual gray granite stones. 3 CONT RUNYAN 3 CONT 3 CONT Marcia Sophia, 1840 - 1928 3 CONT SHERMAN 3 CONT 3 CONT Laura Runyan , 1836 - 1871 3 CONT STICKNEY 3 CONT 3 CONT Austin N., died May 11, 1889, AE 47 yrs. 3 CONT Edwin H, died Sept 5, 1888, aged 60 yrs. 3 CONT Irene S. Matteson, his wife died Oct 18, 1908, aged 77 yrs.Everett, 183 3 CONC 1 - 1899 3 CONT Azelia, 1845 - 1931 3 CONT TRUESDALE 3 CONT 3 CONT Sara C., died Feb 4, 1874, aged 34 yrs. 3 CONT These 3 buried in new part of cemetery on the south side of Genesee Roa 3 CONC d: 3 CONT Drake, George W., 1847 - 1943 3 CONT Rider, Mary J, 1852 - 1923 3 CONT Sears, Sadie M. 1865 - 1943 3 CONT Following are names of families noted in the old part of this cemetery; 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Allen Ames Andrews Ballard, Misael Ballard, Smithfield Bigelow Bo 3 CONC yd Butler Churchill Colby. Rev M. Colby, Seth Cornwell [ not Shown a 3 CONC bove ] Crocker Cutler, dau. of Caleb & Cynthia Davis, F.K. Dayton, R 3 CONC ev.'s wife Clarinda. Eaton Ellis Evans Garfield Goodrich Goodspee 3 CONC d Green Hall Hamet, Caleb Harvey Hauver, Peter Hopkins, David Ho 3 CONC pkins Hannah House Hosmer Hyde Johnson Jones Kingsley, Seth Linc 3 CONC oln Matteson, Charles Matteson Dina Matteson James ? Mericle, Jacob N 3 CONC ichols Olin Orr Pitcher, Dr. Morris O Rice Sewell Shedd, Daniel P 3 CONC . Sheppard Simons Starkwearther Stickney Sweetapple Tillinghast W 3 CONC ait Weatherlow Whitaker, Cyrus Winchall Wood Wright, Erastus Wrig 3 CONC ht, Clarrissa Zimmer 3 CONT 3 CONT Hamlet of Protection 3 CONT Protection Cemetery - Vermont Hill Road 3 CONT 3 CONT Town Clerk 3 CONT 13220 Savage Rd. 3 CONT Sardinia, NY 14134 3 CONT (716) 496-8900 3 CONT Sardinia Historical Society 3 CONT Savage Road 3 CONT Sardinia, NY 14134 3 CONT 3 CONT _______________________________________________________________ 3 CONT 3 CONT There is an H. Hall buried in North Collins in the Marshfield Burying G 3 CONC round, Erie County 3 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-north-marsch-cem.html 1 FAMS @F69@ 1 FAMS @F28@ 1 FAMS @F70@ 1 FAMC @F30@ 0 @I145@ INDI 1 NAME Bonde /Persson/ 2 GIVN Bonde 2 SURN Persson 1 SEX M 1 _UID B6C5896A273C8144A9C55D4F700934E23F2A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 NOTE Farmhand at future in-laws in Videbäcksmåla before marriage. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 AUG 1792 2 PLAC Torsås, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 CHR 2 DATE 26 AUG 1792 2 PLAC Torsås parish, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 OCT 1860 2 PLAC Torsås, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 FAMS @F29@ 1 FAMC @F79@ 0 @I146@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph K. /HALL/ 2 GIVN Joseph K. 2 SURN HALL 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4C9066142D166A4EBAA4808F7F0123BE1FD2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 MAR 2010 1 NOTE Probably has a brother Simeon (p.13- Joseph on b.5)- both 40<50 in 1830 2 CONC , Boonville, Oneida County, New York. 2 CONT 2 CONT __________________________ 2 CONT Perrysburg 1880: 2 CONT Lemuel Hall 61, bNY par born Conn 2 CONT Sophrona (Parkman?) 46? Wife, NY NY NY 2 CONT Clara 8 adopted daughter b.NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 1870 Perrysburg Lemuel indexed as Samuel 2 CONT Lemuel 51 Farmer b.NY- married June 1870 2 CONT Sophrona 33 NY- married June 1870 2 CONT Saburna Parkman 61, Keeping House b.NY 2 CONT Deborah Kikins, Domestic Servant, 16, b.NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 1860 Indexed as Samuel again 2 CONT Lemuel Hall, 41, Farmer, b.NY 2 CONT Sophia, 36, Housework, b.NY 2 CONT Catherine [Gordon?] Servant, 18? b.Canada 2 CONT ___________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT This is not likely our Joseph- Joel Hall's son Joseph is described as l 2 CONC iving in Portland, CT on a website about residences in Portland. Joel a 2 CONC nd his family were wealthy quarry owners. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT K[neeland?] 2 CONT 2 CONT _____________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1830 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT Daniel W. Hall 1 - - - 1 f 2 - 1 - 1 2 CONT ______________________________________ 2 CONT 1860 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 319 HALL Daniel 65 m farmer Mass 2 CONT 319 HALL Anna 54 f NY 2 CONT 319 HALL James 31 m farm labor 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Son of Jonathan and Ruth Hall of Cheshire, CT? 2 CONT 2 CONT Somehow connected to Philemon Hall and Sarah Page...??? 2 CONT 2 CONT _____________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1790 census in Oneida County, NY area: 2 CONT Bridgewater 2 CONT 2 CONT Farewell, Joseph 2 CONT Deerfield 2 CONT 2 CONT Damewood (Damoth), Richard 2 CONT Fanning, William 2 CONT Sherman, James 2 CONT Kirkland 2 CONT 2 CONT Bullen, David 2 CONT Bullen, John 2 CONT Blodgett, Rufus 2 CONT Blodgett, Elijah 2 CONT Blodgett, Ludim 2 CONT Blanchard, Andrew 2 CONT Butler, Ebenezer 2 CONT Butler, Ebenezer, jr. 2 CONT Butler, Salmon 2 CONT Bristol, Eli 2 CONT Bristol, Joel 2 CONT Carpenter, William 2 CONT Cassady (Cassety), Thomas 2 CONT Curtis, Jesse 2 CONT Catlin, Jessie 2 CONT Cook, William 2 CONT Eastman, Peter 2 CONT Ellenwood, Hannaniah 2 CONT Foot, Moses 2 CONT Foot, Luther 2 CONT Foot, Ira 2 CONT Foot, Bronson 2 CONT Ferguson, Samuel 2 CONT Ferguson, Samuel, jr. 2 CONT Fancher, Thomas 2 CONT Gridley, Abraham 2 CONT Gridley, Jobe 2 CONT Hubbard, Thomas 2 CONT 2 CONT Hovey, Solomon 2 CONT Kirkland, Solomon 2 CONT Kellogg, Amos 2 CONT Marsh, John 2 CONT Marsh, Samuel 2 CONT Marsh, Asa 2 CONT Marsh, Theodore 2 CONT Marsh, Stephen 2 CONT Munroe, Theodore 2 CONT Markham, Stephen 2 CONT Merrell, Caleb B. 2 CONT Pond, Barnabas 2 CONT Stebbens, Judah 2 CONT Tuttle, Timothy 2 CONT Willard, Lewis 2 CONT Willard, Rufus 2 CONT New Hartford 2 CONT Blair, Joel 2 CONT Bushnell, Stephen 2 CONT Blodgett, Solomon 2 CONT Beach, Asbel 2 CONT Cook, Trueworthy 2 CONT Collins, Oliver 2 CONT Gaylord, Jotham 2 CONT Gurney, Bezelial 2 CONT Hale, Memon 2 CONT Hamingway, Isaac 2 CONT Higby, Joseph 2 CONT Ives, Amos 2 CONT Jennings, Joseph 2 CONT Jewett, Samuel 2 CONT Kellogg, Jesse 2 CONT Kellogg, Jalob 2 CONT Kellogg, Frederick W. 2 CONT Kellogg, Freeman 2 CONT Kellogg, Aaron 2 CONT Kellogg, Solomon 2 CONT Kellogg, Stephen 2 CONT Miller, Amoch 2 CONT Olmstead, Ashbel 2 CONT 2 CONT Risley, Allen 2 CONT Risley, Elijah 2 CONT Savage, Guideon (Gideon) 2 CONT Staples, George 2 CONT Sanger, Jedediah 2 CONT Seward, Natha 2 CONT Wells, Samuel 2 CONT Williams, Thomas 2 CONT Williams, Ezekiel 2 CONT 82 2 CONT Paris 2 CONT 2 CONT Coolage, Charles Barnes, Benjamin 2 CONT Barrett, Stephen 2 CONT Barrett, Isaac 2 CONT Davis, Elijah 2 CONT Fowler, Reuben 2 CONT Griffin, Kirland 2 CONT Hopkins, Elias 2 CONT Kellogg, Phineas 2 CONT Lummas (Loomis), Ladoc 2 CONT Plum, Joseph 2 CONT Porter, Raphel 2 CONT Rice, Hezekiah 2 CONT Rice, William 2 CONT Rome 2 CONT 2 CONT Armstrong, Archibald 2 CONT Andrus, David 2 CONT Colbreath, William 2 CONT Demont, Joseph 2 CONT Fench, Jasper 2 CONT Fellows, Roswell (Rozel) 2 CONT Gilbert Nathaniel 2 CONT Knight, Daniel W. 2 CONT Phelps, Jedediah 2 CONT Perkins, Silas 2 CONT Robbins, Ephraim 2 CONT Ranney, -eth (Seth) 2 CONT Ranny, -illet (Willett) 2 CONT Ranny, James 2 CONT 2 CONT Smith, Bill 2 CONT Wright,-er (Ebenezer) 2 CONT Wright,-as (Thomas) 2 CONT Steuben 2 CONT Sizer, Samuel 2 CONT Utica 2 CONT 2 CONT Alberson, (Alverson), Uriah 2 CONT Bellinger, John 2 CONT Brown, Daniel 2 CONT Christman, Jacob 2 CONT Clark, Aaron 2 CONT Harris, Joseph 2 CONT Morey, Solomon 2 CONT Morey, Sylvanus 2 CONT Nutting, Simeon 2 CONT Post, John 2 CONT Potter, Stephen 2 CONT Parser, Jason 2 CONT Rust, Samuel 2 CONT Sailes, Darius 2 CONT Saule, Joseph 2 CONT Smith, Peter 2 CONT Smith, Natha 2 CONT Smith, James 2 CONT Wells, Arnold 2 CONT Vernon 2 CONT 2 CONT Brownson, Solomon 2 CONT Westmoreland 2 CONT Blackmer, Ephraim 2 CONT Blackmer, Joseph 2 CONT Blackmer, Joseph, jr. 2 CONT Brigham, Stephen 2 CONT Brigham, Lyman 2 CONT Blair, John 2 CONT Collins, Samuel 2 CONT Cone, Walter 2 CONT Chittington, Gerard (Chittenden, Jared) 2 CONT Dean, James 2 CONT Dean, Jonathan 2 CONT Dean, William 2 CONT Gleason, Solomon 2 CONT Gleason, Joseph 2 CONT Griffin,Natheeneil 2 CONT Jones, Nehemiah 2 CONT Jones, Joseph 2 CONT Laird, Samuel 2 CONT Laird, John 2 CONT Lummas (Loomis), Nathan 2 CONT Lummas (Loomis), Isaac 2 CONT Parkman, Alexander 2 CONT Phelps, Silas 2 CONT Phelps, Jacob 2 CONT 83 2 CONT Phelps, Joseph 2 CONT Rogers, Simeon 2 CONT Smith, Amos 2 CONT Smith, Elijah 2 CONT Stillman, Samuel 2 CONT Stillman, John 2 CONT Townsend, Nathaniel 2 CONT Townsend, John 2 CONT Whitestown 2 CONT 2 CONT Badcock (Babcock), David 2 CONT Barnard, Moses 2 CONT Brainard, Jeptha 2 CONT Beardsley, John 2 CONT Doolittle, George 2 CONT Ensign, Samuel 2 CONT Ferguson, James 2 CONT Goodrich, Rosel (Roswell) 2 CONT Holt, Justice (Isaac) 2 CONT Kane, Elisha 2 CONT Leavenworth, Lemuel 2 CONT Maynard, Needham 2 CONT Pool, Simeon 2 CONT Root, Joseph, sr. 2 CONT Steel, Seth 2 CONT Seymour, Uriah 2 CONT Towny, John 2 CONT Whitmore (Wetmore), Amos 2 CONT Whitmore (Wetmore), Parsons 2 CONT Wilcox, Ozias 2 CONT White, Hugh 2 CONT White, Hugh, jr. 2 CONT White, Daniel C. 2 CONT White, Ansel 2 CONT White, Joseph 2 CONT White, Philo 2 CONT White, John 2 CONT White, Samuel 2 CONT Litchfield, Herkimer Co. 2 CONT Angier, John 2 CONT Norwich, Herkimer Co. 2 CONT Fowell (Farwell, Dr.), Isaac 2 CONT Persons Whose Precise Localtites are Unknown 2 CONT Arnold, Hopkins 2 CONT 2 CONT Allen, Gideon 2 CONT Allen, John 2 CONT Allen, Jeremiah 2 CONT Ames, Robert 2 CONT Austin, Nathaniel 2 CONT Allen, Thomas, 2 CONT Arnold, David 2 CONT 2 CONT Ailworth, Philip 2 CONT Allen, Issac 2 CONT Atwater, Asaph 2 CONT Brannan, Seabury 2 CONT Barnard, Samuel 2 CONT Belnap, John 2 CONT Blodgett, Joseph 2 CONT Ballard, Luke 2 CONT Blount, Samuel 2 CONT Barnes, Asa 2 CONT Barker, Simeon 2 CONT Brown, Levy 2 CONT Badcock (Babcock), Jonathan 2 CONT Briggs, William 2 CONT Bronson, Asiel 2 CONT Clary, William 2 CONT Cone, Osias 2 CONT Cutter, Joseph 2 CONT Cook, Samuel 2 CONT Cook, Selah 2 CONT Cook, Samuel 2 CONT Cleveland, Gardner 2 CONT Cergil, James 2 CONT Collister, James 2 CONT Coughlin, John 2 CONT Coughlin, John, jr. 2 CONT Crandle, John 2 CONT Case, Benjamin 2 CONT Dunn, Joseph 2 CONT Drury, Josiah 2 CONT Davis, Joshua 2 CONT Dewey, Elias 2 CONT 2 CONT Eno, John 2 CONT Fortune, Enoch 2 CONT Fisk, Abraham 2 CONT Graves, Nathaniel 2 CONT Groves, -tine (Valentine) 2 CONT Graves, Jacob 2 CONT Gibbs, Zenas 2 CONT Guile, Elijah 2 CONT 84 2 CONT Gridley, -eadorus 2 CONT Gillett, Timothy 2 CONT Hall, Barnabas 2 CONT 2 CONT Humphrey, Noah 2 CONT Hall, Jonathan 2 CONT 2 CONT Hale, Thomas 2 CONT Hayden, Jonathan 2 CONT Huggins, William 2 CONT Higgins, Edward 2 CONT Hulvert, Joshua 2 CONT Hubbard, Baxter 2 CONT 2 CONT Hawkins, Widow 2 CONT Hawkins, David 2 CONT Harrison, Elisha 2 CONT Howard, Stephen 2 CONT Hawley, Rice 2 CONT Hammond, Benjamin 2 CONT House & Pierce (?) 2 CONT Ingram, Joseph 2 CONT Johnstone, -sa 2 CONT Keltz, Philip 2 CONT Kelsey, Nathan 2 CONT King, -us 2 CONT Meyer, - 2 CONT Merriman, Christopher 2 CONT Mills, Kanah 2 CONT McIntire, James 2 CONT Morse, Joshua 2 CONT Nurse, Jonathan 2 CONT Noyes, Amos 2 CONT Newell, Elisha 2 CONT Peters, Benjamin 2 CONT Paine, Joshua 2 CONT Putnam, Charles 2 CONT Parks, Robert 2 CONT Parmalee, Amos 2 CONT Perry, George H. 2 CONT Potter, Sheldon 2 CONT Pryor, Azariah 2 CONT Root, Simeon 2 CONT Rush, Elijah 2 CONT Stanley, John 2 CONT Smith, John 2 CONT Steel, James 2 CONT Shaw, Samuel 2 CONT Sails, George 2 CONT Sails, Jeremiah 2 CONT Scott, Ezekiel 2 CONT Sheldon, Stephen 2 CONT Smith, James 2 CONT Sanford, Jonah 2 CONT Smith, James 2 CONT Smith, Benjamin 2 CONT Smith, David 2 CONT Smith, Ebenezer 2 CONT Satchell, William 2 CONT Shifferd, Samuel 2 CONT Smith, Theodoric 2 CONT Shurman,-lmer 2 CONT Shurman,-dediah 2 CONT Tillotson, John 2 CONT Thompson, Zebulon 2 CONT Tryon, Thomas 2 CONT Tyler, Ashbel 2 CONT Tuller, James 2 CONT Thompson, James 2 CONT Tuttle, Samuel 2 CONT Weston, Jonathan 2 CONT Willy, Bezihal 2 CONT Wood, Joseph 2 CONT Wright,-omon (Solomon) 2 CONT Webster, Daniel 2 CONT Webster, David 2 CONT Whipple, Israel 2 CONT Whipple, Calvin 2 CONT Wood, Thomas 2 CONT Wilson, John, jr. 2 CONT Wilcox, David 2 CONT Wright, Gabriel 2 CONT Wright, Samuel 2 CONT http://www.usigs.org/library/books/ny/ond/09.htm 2 CONT __________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1810 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Rosell Wales [Wells?] (1830 Attica: Roswell Wales) 2 CONT 2 CONT 1820 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Lemuel Chipman 1 1 - - 1 - 3 - 1 1 - - 2 2 CONT Stephen Sherman 2 CONT George Hall 2 CONT John Frink 2 CONT Fitch Chipman 2 - - - 1 - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 2 CONT Gerden Hulbert 1 2 - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 4 2 CONT Roswell Barber 2 CONT 2 CONT 1830 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Lemuel Chipman - - - 2 2 - - - - 1 f - - - 2 2 - - - 1 2 CONT Fitch Chipman - 1 - - - - 1 - - - f 2 1 - - 1 - 1 - - 2 CONT John Chapman 2 CONT Hubbard Fitch 2 CONT Daniel W. Hall 1 - - - 1 1 - - - - f 2 - 1 - 1 - - - - - 2 CONT John B. Frink 2 CONT John Frink 2 CONT Daniel Dye 2 CONT Aziel Dye 2 CONT James Arnold 2 CONT Stephen Sherman Jr. 2 CONT Stuckley Sherman 2 CONT Justus Frink 2 CONT Abel Buell 2 CONT Abel Buell Jr. 2 CONT Lemuel Chipman Jr. 1 2 1 1 - - 1 f 2 - 1 1 1 - 1 - - - 2 CONT 2 CONT 1830 Wethersfield, Genesee County, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Chauncey Doolittle 2 CONT Chauncey Kimball 2 CONT Philo Hall 2 CONT Erastus Wells 2 2 1 - - 1 f 1 - - - - 1 2 CONT Anson Francis 2 CONT Augustus Harlbut 2 CONT Augustus Hurlbut 2 CONT Nathan Sherman 2 CONT Erastus Richards 2 CONT Milo Richards 2 CONT Chauncey Conkey 2 CONT Thomas Francis 2 CONT Alfred Francis 2 CONT Moses Harvey 2 CONT John R. Mills 2 CONT 2 CONT 1840 Java, Genesee County, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Silas Kimball 2 CONT Benoni Carpenter 2 CONT Benning Hale 2 CONT Daniel Francis 2 CONT Joel Francis 2 CONT Jareb (?) Arnold 2 CONT Harthing W. Hall 1 - 1 - 1 f 1 - - - 1 2 CONT Cornelius Hall - 1 1 - - 1 f - - - - 1 2 CONT John B. Hall - 1 - 1 - - 1 f - - - - - 1 2 CONT Samuel Francis 2 CONT Aaron Francis 2 CONT Joshua Hall - 1 - - - - 1 f - 1 - 1 - - 1 2 CONT 2 CONT 1840 Sheldon, Genesee County, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Martin Kimball 2 CONT Elijah Arnold 2 CONT Abner B. Hall 1 - - - 1 f - - - - - 1 2 CONT Daniel W. Hall - 1 - - 1 1 f - 1 2 - 1 1 2 CONT Harvy Hall - - - - 1 f - - - - 1 2 CONT James Arnold 2 CONT Nelson Arnold 2 CONT Morris Fox 2 CONT Abel G. Buell 2 CONT Abel Buell 2 CONT Trumbull Hurlburt 2 CONT Stukley C. Sherman 2 CONT Lemuel Chipman 2 CONT Frederick Hall 2 - - - - 1 f 1 1 - - - 1 2 CONT Erastus Kimball 2 CONT James Fillmore 2 CONT 2 CONT 1850 Java 2 CONT Joshua and Rachel Hall (see) 2 CONT Silas Kimble 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1850 Leon 2 CONT 2 CONT Horace Wells 56 Farmer 1,700 RE b.Conn 2 CONT Esther 54 b.Conn 2 CONT Emeline 14 b.NY 2 CONT Samuel 9 b.NY 2 CONT ______________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1850 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Nelson 42 m farmer NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Polly 35 f NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Julia 14 f NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Almira 12 f NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Nathaniel 18 m NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Hannah 8 f NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Helen 5 f NY 2 CONT 456 ARNOLD Phebe 2 mo f farmer NY 2 CONT 457 HALL Daniel W 55 m Mass 2 CONT 457 HALL Anna E 42 f NY 2 CONT 457 HALL Eliza 24 f NY 2 CONT 457 HALL James 19 m NY 2 CONT 457 HALL Eleanor 17 f NY 2 CONT ______________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1860 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 319 HALL Daniel 65 m farmer Mass 2 CONT 319 HALL Anna 54 f NY 2 CONT 319 HALL James 31 m farm labor NY 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________ 2 CONT 1870 Sheldon, Wyoming County, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 216 HALL Daniel W 75 m Mass farmer 2 CONT 216 HALL Eliza 65 f NY Keeping house 2 CONT ________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Wyoming was formed from Genesee County, May 14, 1841. Eagle, Pike an 2 CONC d a part of Portage were annexed from Allegany Co. in 1846. The county s 2 CONC eat is Warsaw. Mary Jemison ( "The Old White Woman"), Ebenzer Allen, Jo 2 CONC hn Tolles, Jacob Wright, Nathaniel Sprout and Stephen Crow were some of t 2 CONC he first settlers. 2 CONT 2 CONT Wyoming is bounded on the north by Genesee County , on the east by Livingson County , on the south by Allegany and Cattarugus Counties, and on the west by Erie County. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT The following history was written by Anita Ripstein Hayes, former deput 2 CONC y county historian: 2 CONT 2 CONT Wyoming County was formed from Genesee County May 19, 1841. So if you a 2 CONC re looking for any record prior this date, 2 CONT they will be located in Batavia, the county seat for Genesee County, OR a 2 CONC s far as the southern tier of towns the records 2 CONT could be in Allegany or Livingston Counties. As far as the towns go tha 2 CONC t can be confusing too. Your gt.gt grandfather writes 2 CONT in his Bible, he was born in the town of Sheldon in 1808 but you found h 2 CONC im in the census of Attica in 1820. When did they 2 CONT move - they didn't the townlines did! Let me try to guide you some. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Sheldon Was formed from the Town of Batavia (Genesee Co) Mar. 19, 1808. T 2 CONC he Town of Attica was taken from Sheldon in 1811; 2 CONT Town of Bennington and China (now Arcade) in 1818. 2 CONT 2 CONT Warsaw was formed from the Town of Batavia (GEnesee Co,) Mar. 19,1808. T 2 CONC he Town of Middlebury was taken from Warsaw in 1812; 2 CONT the town of Gainesville in 1814. 2 CONT 2 CONT Attica was formed from the Town of Sheldon April 4, 1811; Orangeville w 2 CONC as taken off in 1816. 2 CONT 2 CONT Middlebury was formed from the town of Warsaw March 20, 1812. 2 CONT 2 CONT Gainesville was formed from Warsaw Feb. 25, 1814. It was first known as " 2 CONC Hebe". The name was changed to Gainesville April 17, 1816.. 2 CONT 2 CONT Perry was formed from the town of Leicester ( now Livingston Co) Feb 25 2 CONC ,1814. 2 CONT A part of the Town of Covington was taken off in 1817; and Castile in 1 2 CONC 821. 2 CONT 2 CONT Orangeville was formed from Attica Feb. 14, 1816. Wethersfield was tak 2 CONC en off 1823. 2 CONT 2 CONT Covington was formed from the town of Leroy (Genesee Co.) and from the T 2 CONC own of Perry, Jan. 31, 1817. 2 CONT A part of this town formed in 1817 was annexed to the Town of York ( Li 2 CONC vingston Co) in 1823. 2 CONT 2 CONT Bennington was formed from the town of Sheldon March 6, 1818 (It is the l 2 CONC argest town within Wyoming Co..) 2 CONT 2 CONT Arcade was formed from the town of Sheldon March 6, 1818 and was named t 2 CONC own of "China". 2 CONT The town of Java was taken off in 1832. The name China was changed Jan 2 CONC . 19, 1866 2 CONT and a part of the town was annexed to the town of Eagle. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Pike was formed from Nunda (Allegany Co, now in Livingston Co) March 6, 2 CONC 1818. The town of Eagle was taken off in 1823 and a 2 CONT part of Genesee Falls in 1846. Pike is confusing; I tell researchers to c 2 CONC heck for land ownership in Allegany, Livingston, 2 CONT Genesee and Wyoming Counties. 2 CONT 2 CONT Castile was formed from the town of Perry, Feb 27, 1821. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Eagle was formed from Pike, Jan. 1, 1823. A part of the town of Arcade w 2 CONC as annexed Jan. 19, 1866. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Wethersfield was formed from the town of Orangeville April 12, 1823. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Java was formed fromn the town of China ( now Arcade) April 20, 1832 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Genesee Falls was formed from Pike and Portage (Livingston Co.) 2 CONT April 1, 1846. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Also for you researchers out of the State of New York especially the MI 2 CONC dwest.Towns in NYS are townships out "West". Also when gt. gt 2 CONT grandfather says he was born in Attica maybe he meant the village of At 2 CONC tica, or Attica Center or Dutch Flats, etc. or just in the countryside o 2 CONC f the 2 CONT Town of Attica. The same is true about all the other towns. They all ha 2 CONC ve villages, settlements or just a 4corner area or again just the 2 CONT countryside. 2 CONT 2 CONT I hope this has helped some of you with your puzzle. If you have any q 2 CONC uestions concerning the "lay of the land" just drop me an email and 2 CONT I will try to answer your questions. Anita Ripstein Hayes - a 2 CONC nitahay@lnett.com 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Index to the Probate Records of Middlesex County, Massachusetts 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Year, Last Name, First Name, Residence, Type, Number 2 CONT 1824 Hall, Abner, Pepperell, Administration, 10094 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC _________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Last Name Record Cemetery Location Comme 2 CONC nts 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT (On Abner Hall monument.) Isaac Buck, d. Jan. 26, 1829, ae. 22. Cent 2 CONC er Cemetery Portland 2 CONT Middlesex Co. 2 CONT Connecticut, US (On Ira Dickinson monument.) Abner Hall, d. Apr. 17, 18 2 CONC 85, ae. 84. Center Cemetery Portland 2 CONT Middlesex Co. 2 CONT Connecticut, US Abner Hall, d. Apr. 2, 1844, ae. 72. Lakeside Cemete 2 CONC ry East Hampton 2 CONT Middlesex Co. 2 CONT Connecticut, US Betsey C., daughter of Abner & Anna Hall, d. Oct. 26, 1 2 CONC 825, ae. 20. Lakeside Cemetery East Hampt 2 CONC on 2 CONT Middlesex Co. 2 CONT Connecticut, US 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 99 Abner Hall,28.Apr.1764-5.Oct.1844. (Served in the Revolution, Vt.Rol 2 CONC ls,p.470,Rolls of Pensioners,1837,Vol.1.,son of Capt. Isaac Hall,4.Sept 2 CONC .1735-7.Feb.1796,Served in the Revolution, Conn.Rolls,pp.442,448,m.1.De 2 CONC c,1764,Esther Moseley,1741-22.Mch. 1827,gr.son of Eliakim Hall,9.Aug.17 2 CONC 11-19;Apr.l794,m.l7.0ct. 1734,Ruth Dickerman, 13. Dec. 1712-8. Dec. 175 2 CONC 2, & Capt.Abner Mose-ley, 1699-11.Feb. 1766,m. 1722,Elizabeth Lyman,b.5 2 CONC .Dec.l702,gr. gr.son of John Hall,23.Dec.1670-29.Apr.1730,m.abt.1691,Ma 2 CONC ry Lyman,d.16.0ct.l740,& Isaac Dickerman,7.Nov.1677-7.Sept.1758, m.30.J 2 CONC une 1709,Mary Atwater,b.31.Dec.1686,& Joseph Moseley, 21.Dec.1670-Aug.1 2 CONC 719,m.13.Sept.1696,Abigail Root,b.26.Jan. 1680,& John Lyman,1660-8.Nov. 2 CONC 1740,m.19.Apr.1687,Mindwell Shel-don,24,Feb.1666-8.Apr.1735,gr.gr.gr.so 2 CONC n of CapttSamuel Hall, 21.May 1647/48-5,Mch. 1725,m.May l668,Hannah,dau 2 CONC .of John Walker, 26.Sept.1646-20.Dec.1728,& Abraham Diekerman,abt.1634- 2 CONC 2.Nov. 2 CONT 2 CONT Old Yard Vergennes Addison Co. Vermont, U 2 CONC S (Revolutionary Soldiers) 99. Abner Hall,Vt.Rolls,p.470,Rolls of Pensi 2 CONC oners,1837, Vol.1.(Revolutionary Soldiers) 99. Capt.Isaac Hall,Conn.Rol 2 CONC ls,pp.442,448. 2 CONT Hall 451 Mosley D(avis) Hall,d.II.Sept.1880 ae 69. (Town records,b. Cor 2 CONC nwall,Vt.,d.ae 69yrs.4mos.9ds.,son of Abner Hall & Han-nah Davis). P 2 CONC rospect Cemetery Vergennes Addison Co. Vermo 2 CONC nt, US 2 CONT Hall Sacred To the memory of Charlotte wife of Abner Hall & Daughter of J 2 CONC oshua Marshall who died Sept. 27 1843 AEt 49. Oakland Cemetery Dracut Middlesex Co. Massachusetts , US 2 CONT Hall In Memory of Mr. Abner Hall who died March 15. 1824. aged 38. O 2 CONC ld Church Graveyard Pepperell Centre Middles 2 CONC ex Co. Massachusetts , US 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Guardianship Records of Onondaga County, New York 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Year, Last Name, First Name, Record, Date, Type 2 CONT 1817 Barnes Asa To Asa Barnes Jr. of the Town of Pompey Gdn Abner Hall i 2 CONC nf. son of Lemuel Hall of Manlius, dec'd who was 14 years of age the 9t 2 CONC h of April last Dated March 15 1817 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S514@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S515@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S517@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S572@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S581@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S772@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Joseph, son Joel & Hannah, b. Aug. 21, 1789 1 SOUR @S981@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Evergreen Cemetery 4 CONT Four Rod Road 4 CONT Town of Wales 4 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-wales-eg-cem.html 4 CONT HALL 4 CONT Jonathan, died Aug 13, 1818, aged 59 yrs, 6 ds 4 CONT A.Jane Allen, Wife of Jonathan Hall, died May 7, 1890, aged 72 yrs, 3 m 4 CONC os, 29 ds 1 SOUR @S1104@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.rays-place.com/marrage/mannsfield-ct.htm 4 CONT Mansfield, CT 4 CONT Marriage Records 4 CONT To 1800 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Aaron Hall & Zerviah Slate ---- Nov. 27, 1782 4 CONT Abigail Hall & William Abbey ---- June 4, 1777 4 CONT Abner Hall & Mary Rust ---- Apr. 12, 1747 4 CONT Ann Hall & Benjamin Hanks ---- May 14, 1776 4 CONT Deborah Hall & Josiah Warner ---- Mar. 24, 1768 4 CONT Isaac Hall & Anna Palmer ---- July 2, 1772 4 CONT Isaak Hall & Abigail Swift ---- Sept. 20, 1750 4 CONT Joel Hall & Esther Dexter ---- Nov. 23, 1769 4 CONT Josiah Hall & Hannah Abbey ---- Mar. 29, 1759 4 CONT Mary Hall & Elisha Barrows Jr. ---- May 23, 1781 4 CONT Miram Hall & Samuel Abbey ---- Apr. 11, 1775 4 CONT Nathan Hall & Deborah Swift ---- May 8, 1771 4 CONT Nathaniel Hall & Martha Storrs ---- Nov. 7, 1745 4 CONT Olive Hall & Shephard Stearns ---- Jan. 12, 1775 4 CONT Rachell Hall & Hezekiah Crain Jr. ---- Apr. 14, 1774 4 CONT Richard Hall & Allice Arnold ---- Sept. 27, 1781 4 CONT Ruth Hall & Nathaniel Storrs ---- Feb.. 21, 1771 4 CONT Thomas Hall & Susannah Dunham ---- Sept. 20, 1764 4 CONT Widow Abigail Hall & Zachariah Parker Jr. ---- Aig. 21, 1761 4 CONT Nathaniel Hall Jr. & Mehitable Storrs ---- Feb. 18, 1768 4 CONT Benjamin Hanks & Ann Hall ---- May 14, 1776 4 CONT 4 CONT Allice Arnold & Richard Hall ---- Sept. 27, 1781 4 CONT Bridget Arnold & Arad Simons ---- Feb. 15, 1775 4 CONT Elenor Arnold & John Spencer ---- Jan. 24, 1750/1 4 CONT Gideon Arnold & Eleanor Lewis ---- Jan. 17, 1746 4 CONT Gideon Arnold & Mary Church ---- Mar. 15, 1775 4 CONT Mehitable Arnold & Elijah Mackall ---- Dec. 15, 1746 4 CONT Sarah Arnold & Stephen Johnson ---- Apr. 29, 1764 1 SOUR @S1204@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Name: Jabez Hall Spouse: Mary Little Parents: Isaac Hall , Sarah Clark B 4 CONC irth Place: Midlothian, CT Birth Date: 7 February 1744 Marriage Date: 2 4 CONC 3 May 1771 1 SOUR @S1205@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Connecticut Marriages to 1800 Viewing records 1-2 of 2 matches f 4 CONC or: 4 CONT Jabez Hall 1 SOUR @S1215@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.rays-place.com/town/chatham-ct/chatham-1.htm 4 CONT ARNOLD 4 CONT 4 CONT Acksa B., m. Hiram CLARK, b. of Chatham, Sept. 4, 1825, by Rev Joel W 4 CONC est 4 CONT 4 CONT Appoles, m. Lucy BILL, Aug. 12, 1784 4 CONT 4 CONT Charles, s. Gideon & Lucia, b. Nov. 16, 1776 4 CONT Chauncey, m. Maria CARRIER, Nov. 4, 1827, by Rev Peter Griffin, Haddam. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Dan, son Gideon & Lucia, b. June 11, 1767 4 CONT David, of Haddam, m. Abulah BRAINERD of Chatham, Sept. 26, 1833, by Ste 4 CONC phen Alonzo Loper 4 CONT Eleazur S. [son John & Sally], b. Feb. 25, 1805 4 CONT Fanny, m. Jarvis M. MORGAN, b. of Haddam, Mar. 29, 1829, by Charles Ben 4 CONC tley 4 CONT Flora, m. Henry FLOOD, b. of Chatham, Jan. 5, 1826, by Rev Joel West 4 CONT Gideon, son Appoles & Lucy, b. July 8, 1789 4 CONT 4 CONT Harvey, m. Betsey SEARS, b. of Chatham, Sept. 6, 1821, by Rev Joel W 4 CONC est 4 CONT 4 CONT Jane E., m. William H. SHEPARD, b. of Chatham, June 5, 1849, by James C 4 CONC . Haughton 4 CONT John, b. Apr. 8, 1777; m. Sally BAILEY, Aug. 27, 1803 4 CONT John, [son John & Sally], b. Feb. 6, 1819 4 CONT Laura, dau Appoles & Lucy, b. Sept. 23, 1791 4 CONT 4 CONT Lucretia, m. Benajah M. CLARK, b. of Haddam, Jan. 27, 1833, by Charles B 4 CONC entley 4 CONT Lucy, d. Gideon & Lucy, b. Jan. 12, 1779 4 CONT Lucy, m. David BUELL, Apr. 7, 1803 4 CONT Lucy, m. Joshua S. STRONG, b. of Chatham, Apr. 3, 1822, by Rev Joel W 4 CONC est 4 CONT 4 CONT Luther, of Haddam, m. Mary Etta JACOBS of Chatham, Nov. 24, 1844, by Re 4 CONC v. S. Nash, of Middle Haddam 4 CONT Martha, of Middle Haddam, m. Hiram CHASE of Senaca, N.Y., Sept. 7, 1841 4 CONC , by Rev. Stephen Alonzo Loper, of Middle Haddam 4 CONT Mary, dau Gideon & Lucy, b. Jan. 10, 1768 4 CONT Mary, dau Gideon & Lucia, b. Sept. 14, 1772 4 CONT Nancy, dau Appoles & Lucy, b. Oct. 17, 1787 4 CONT 4 CONT Oliver B., m. Sarah SELDEN, Feb. 18, 1822, by Rev David Selden 4 CONT Philena, d. Appoles and Lucy, b. Oct. 11, 1785 4 CONT 4 CONT Philena, m. Henry STRONG, b. of Chatham, Sept. 13, 1820, by Joel Wes 4 CONC t 4 CONT 4 CONT Ramick, [son John & Sally], b. Dec. 6, 1813 4 CONT Randolph R., [son John & Sally], b. Mar. 17, 1822 4 CONT Sally, [dau John & Sally], b. Mar. 31, 1810 4 CONT 4 CONT BILL 4 CONT 4 CONT Abner, son James & Asenath, b. Aug. 11, 1781 4 CONT 4 CONT Achsah, dau James & Asenath, b. Nov. 1, 1774; died July 8, following 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Achsah 2d, dau James & Asenath, b. Aug. 25, 1776 4 CONT Amos, son James & Asenath, b. June 9, 1779 4 CONT Asenath, dau James & Asenath, b. Nov. 18, 1759 4 CONT 4 CONT Caroline, dau Cyrus & Eunice, b. Mar. 7, 1805 4 CONT Charles, son Cyrus & Eunice, b. Mar. 6, 1803 4 CONT Clarissa, dau James & Asenath, b. Aug. 18, 1772 4 CONT 4 CONT Cyrus, m. Eunice TAINTOR, Dec. 19, 1799 4 CONT Elvira, dau James & Asenath, b. Feb. 22, 1766 4 CONT Erastus, son James & Asenath, b. July 6, 1768 4 CONT 4 CONT George Richard, son Cyrus & Eunice, b. June 9, 1807 4 CONT James, son James & Asenath, b. Feb. 4, 1764 4 CONT 4 CONT Lucy, dau James & Asenath, b. Dec. 31, 1761 4 CONT 4 CONT Lucy, m. Appoles ARNOLD, Aug. 12, 1784 4 CONT 4 CONT Norton, son James & Asenath, b. July 14, 1770 4 CONT 4 CONT Sophia Maria, dau Cyrus & Eunice, b. May 27, 1801 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT HALL 4 CONT 4 CONT Abigail, dau Joel & Hannah, b. Aug. 1, 1780 4 CONT 4 CONT Abigail, dau Abner & Anna, b. Dec. 9, 1798 4 CONT Abigail, dau Samuell & Ruth, b. Apr. 16, 1812 4 CONT Abijah, Capt., m. Margaret DEWEY of Colchester, Apr. 17, 1748 4 CONT 4 CONT Abijah, son Abijah & Margaret, b. Oct. 26, 1754 4 CONT 4 CONT Abijah Jr., m. Eunice GREEN, Dec. 10, 1774 4 CONT Abner, son Ebenezer & Abigail, b. June 7, 1772 4 CONT Abner, m. Anna GRIFFETH, Jan. 19, 1796 4 CONT Abner Jr., m. Elisha BUTLER, Aug. 16, 1821, by Rev Henry Talcott ( 4 CONC Arnold Copy gives both the name of a male) 4 CONT Alfred, son Samuell & Ruth, b. Dec. 23, 1799; died May 19, 1803 4 CONT Alfred, son Samuell & Ruth, b. Nov. 15, 1809 4 CONT Anmyra, dau Samuell & Ruth, b. Jan. 10, 1802 4 CONT Almyra, m. Timothy Richard EDWARDS, Sept. 8, 1819 4 CONT Anna P., m. Ozias G. COLE, b of Chatham, Nov. 9, 1826, by Charles Bentl 4 CONC ey 4 CONT Asaph, son David & Lucia, b. Sept. 21, 1789 4 CONT Augustus, son Joseph & Mary, b. May 26, 1822 4 CONT Betsey Ann, of Chatham, m. George W. GREEN of Westerly, R.I., Nov. 24, 1 4 CONC 831, by Rev Harvey Talcott 4 CONT Caleb C., of Chatham, m. Jemima DICKINSON of Marlborough, Feb. 6, 1843 4 CONT Caroline, dau Joe & Lucy, b. Dec. 31, 1806 4 CONT Caroline, of Chatham, m. David ANDERSON of Brooklyn, N.Y., Dec. 12, 182 4 CONC 7, by Smith Miles 4 CONT Charles Cheney, son Jesse & Harriet, b. Apr. 4, 1809 4 CONT Clara, dau David & Lucia, b. Mar. 20, 1788 4 CONT Daniel, son Dewey & Hannah, b. July 30, 1772; died Dec. 12, 1772 4 CONT 4 CONT David, m. Lucia FOWLER, Feb. 10, 1785 4 CONT Deborah, of Chatham, m. Ezra LYMAN of Bolton, May 4, 1831, by Ira Lee, J 4 CONC .P. 4 CONT Deborah L., of Chatham, m. William PEASE of Glastonbury, Mar. 26, 1837, b 4 CONC y Rev Samuel J. Curtiss 4 CONT Dewey, son Abijah & Margaret, b. Mar. 11, 1749 4 CONT 4 CONT Dewey, m. Hannah KNEELAND, Aug. 28, 1771 4 CONT 4 CONT Ebenezer, m. Abigail BALEY, Mar. 30, 1767 4 CONT Ebenezer, son Abner & Anna, b. Nov. 19, 1796 4 CONT Edward, son Joel & Lucy, b. Nov. 21, 1803 4 CONT Edward, m. Alpha HAMILTON, b of Chatham, Nov. 29, 1824, by Smith Miles 4 CONT Edwin, son Jesse & Harriet, b. June 11, 1810 4 CONT Edwin, m. Rachel S. SMITH, Jan. 1, 1834, by Rev Harvey Talcott 4 CONT Elizabeth, m. Ithamer PELTON, July 23, 1767 4 CONT Emily, dau William B. & Lucy S., b. Oct. 14, 1821 4 CONT Emily, m. Henry GOFF, b of Middle Haddam, Aug. 7, 1842, by Rev Lozian P 4 CONC ierce 4 CONT Emily G., of Chatham, m. Ashbel HOLLESTER of Manchester, July 2, 1829, b 4 CONC y Harvey Talcott 4 CONT Emily Green, dau Joel & Lucy, b. June 3, 1797 4 CONT Esther, m. George RANNEY Jr., Jan. 31, 1771 4 CONT Esther, dau Joel & Hannah, b. Mar. 18, 1786 4 CONT 4 CONT Eunice, dau Abijah & Margaret, b. Oct. 6, 1750 4 CONT 4 CONT Eunice, dau Dewey & Hannah, b. Dec. 4, 1773 4 CONT 4 CONT Fanny, dau Samuell & Ruth, b. Sept. 13, 1805 4 CONT Fanny, m. James WHITE, b of Chatham, Jan. 20, 1825, by Smith Miles 4 CONT Frederick, son Joseph & Mary, b. Feb. 12, 1821 4 CONT Grace, m. George SHEPARD, Dec. 13, 1789 4 CONT Hannah, dau Ebenezer & Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1763 4 CONT Hannah, dau. Joel & Hannah, b. Aug. 14, 1791 4 CONT 4 CONT Hannah, dau. Samuell & Ruth, b. Oct. 29, 1803 4 CONT Hannah, m. John PAYNE, May 26, 1811 4 CONT Hannah, of Chatham, m. Wanton RANSOM of Hartford, Jan. 20, 1825, by Smi 4 CONC th Miles 4 CONT Harriet, dau Jesse & Harriet, b. Jan. 22, 1820 4 CONT Henry, son Jesse & Harriet, b. Apr. 18, 1812 4 CONT Henry Augustus, m. Aurelia Maria SHEPARD, b of Chatham, Oct. 19, 1831, b 4 CONC y Rev William Jarvis 4 CONT Jabez, m. Mary LITTEL, May 23, 1771 4 CONT Jane, dau Samuell & Ruth, b. Feb. 2, 1822 4 CONT Jane, of Chatham, m. William GRAY of Albany, N.Y., Oct. 13, 1840, by Re 4 CONC v Samuel M. Emory 4 CONT Jerusha, dau Abijah & Margaret, b. May 21, 1760 4 CONT 4 CONT Jerusha, m. David CLARK, Sept. 19, 1782 4 CONT Jesse, son Joel & Hannah, b. June 28, 1787 4 CONT 4 CONT Jesse, m. Harriet CHENEY, June 4, 1808 4 CONT Joel, m. Hannah RANNEY, May 29, 1774 4 CONT 4 CONT Joel, son Joel & Hannah, b. Jan. 10, 1776 4 CONT 4 CONT Joel, son Jesse & Harriet, b. Mar. 15, 1814 4 CONT Joel 2d, m. Eliza Ann STOCKING, b of Chatham, Dec. 24, 1836, by Rev Sam 4 CONC uel M. Emery 4 CONT John, son Abijah & Eunice, b. Apr. 6, 1776 4 CONT John S., of Chatham, m. Martha B. LOVELL of Fall River, Mass., Sept. 7, 1 4 CONC 841, by Rev L.G. Lovell, Fall River, Mass. 4 CONT Joseph, son Joel & Hannah, b. Aug. 21, 1789 4 CONT 4 CONT Joseph, m. Mary PRIOR, Nov. 14, 1810 4 CONT Joseph, son Joseph & Mary, b. Aug. 27, 1819 4 CONT Joseph E., of Berlin, m. Emily S. CLARK of Chatham, Oct. 17, 1848, by R 4 CONC ev. James C. Haughton 4 CONT Julia Cornwall, dau Jesse & Harriet, b. Mar. 25, 1816 4 CONT Julia Cornwall, of Chatham, m. William Bliss ASHLEY of Glastonbury, Sep 4 CONC t. 11, 1838, by Rev Samuel M. Emery 4 CONT Laury, son Joel & Lucy, b. Mar. 9, 1795 4 CONT Lucina C., of Chatham, m. William H. NICHOLS of Shebourne Falls, Mass., J 4 CONC uly 18, 1841, by Rufus Smith 4 CONT Lucy, dau Abijah & Margaret, b. Mar. 28, 1768 4 CONT 4 CONT Lydia, dau Abijah & Margaret, b. Dec. 1, 1752 4 CONT 4 CONT Margaret, dau Abijah & Margaret, b. May 16, 1757 4 CONT 4 CONT Martha, m. Oliver DEAN, b of Chatham, July 24, 1823, by Smith Miles 4 CONT Mary, wife Ebenezer, died Jan. 7, 1767 4 CONT Mary, dau Ebenezer & Abigail, b. Jan. 4, 1768 4 CONT Mary, m. Michael SMITH, July 21, 1787 4 CONT Mary, m. William NORCOTT, Nov. 18, 1833, by Rev. Harvey Talcott 4 CONT Mary Ann, dau Joseph & Mary, b. Feb 14, 1815 4 CONT Mary M., m. Giles R. BRAINARD, b of Chatham, June 19, 1836, by Rev Will 4 CONC iam Jarvis 4 CONT Mary Miles, dau William B. & Lucy S., b. Mar. 10, 1819 4 CONT Mercy, m. Issac WATERMAN, b of Middletown, Apr. 24, 1746 4 CONT Nancy Wells, dau Joseph & Mary, b. Dec. 26, 1816 4 CONT Nathaniel Brown, son Joel & Lucy, b. Aug. 17, 1818 4 CONT Ozburn, m. Eliza CHAPMAN, b of Chatham, Dec. 28, 1834, by Rev William J 4 CONC arvis 4 CONT Ruth, dau Samuell & Ruth, b. July 14, 1807 4 CONT Ruth, m. Selden JOHNSON, b of Chatham, June 22, 1826, by Smith Miles 4 CONT Ruth, m. Elisha HALE, Oct. 7, 1838, by Rev Harvey Talcott 4 CONT Samuel, son Jabez & Mary, b. Mar. 23, 1772 4 CONT Samuel, son Joel & Hannah, b. Nov. 20, 1777 4 CONT 4 CONT Samuel, son David & Lucia, b. Dec. 29, 1785 4 CONT Samuel 2d, m. Ruth BATES, Oct. 6, 1798 4 CONT Samuel C., of Middletown, m. Mary CHURCHILL, of Chatham, June 25, 1826, b 4 CONC y Smith Miles 4 CONT Samuel Nelson, son Samuel & Ruth, b. Jan. 24, 1820 4 CONT Samuel Nelson, m. Olive Rowley SCOVILLE, b of Chatham, Feb. 22, 1841, b 4 CONC y Rev. Samuel M. Emory 4 CONT Sarah, dau Abijah & Margaret, b. Feb. 8, 1763 4 CONT 4 CONT Seth, son Ebenezer & Abigail, b. Mar. 31, 1770 4 CONT Stephen, of Middletown, m. Adaline HALING of Chatham, Sept. 11, 1844, b 4 CONC y Rev. S. Nash 4 CONT William B., m. Lucy S. MILES, May 27, 1818 4 CONT William Brown, son Joel & Lucy, b. Jan. 22, 1800 1 SOUR @S1219@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1221@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Bertha Milspaw Notes- 4 CONT 4 CONT 1854 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23 4 CONT Simeon Franklin Lot 30 4 CONT Lathrop Francis Lot 31 4 CONT Job Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Alfred Francis Lot 23 4 CONT Cadwin Francis Lot 24 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1856 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin Lot 49 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Lemuel Hall Lot 55 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 4 CONT John Franklin 52 4 CONT Andrews [Andrus] Franklin 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT 4 CONT 1859 4 CONT Simeon Francis Lot 24, 32, 23 4 CONT George Francis 4 CONT John Franklin 4 CONT Harrison Franklin 4 CONT George Franklin 4 CONT William Franklin 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23- 66 acres 4 CONT Lyman Franklin Lot 53 4 CONT Joshua Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Daniel Franklin Lot 42 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 26 4 CONT Lathrop Franklin [Francis?] Lot 46 4 CONT 4 CONT Civil War 4 CONT Conewango 4 CONT Frederick Francis 112th Inf (E) Aug 1862 4 CONT Andrus Franklin Pvt, Aug 31, 1861. -1865 4 CONT Horace Hall 9th Cav 1862 4 CONT Leonard Franklin Hall Pvt Co E, 9th Cav 1861-1864 4 CONT Philander Hall Co I. 9th Cav 1864-1865 4 CONT Leon 4 CONT George Francis Serg. Co K. 1861-1862 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 1861-1862 4 CONT Wm. S. Franklin 1861- died 4 CONT James Franklin 1864-1865 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 1861-1864 4 CONT 4 CONT Hollow Cemetery 4 CONT Ruffis Franklin 1816-1869 4 CONT Ella Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Daniel Franklin 1878- 70 yrs 4 CONT Susan Franklin, wife Daniel 1880- [50?] yrs 4 CONT Susan Melissa Franklin, wife John Franklin- age 19 yrs 4 CONT Andres Franklin 1863- no age 4 CONT Dolly Franklin, wife 1865- 80 yrs 4 CONT Sally Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Hiram Franklin 1840- 40 yrs 4 CONT Loamy Franklin- wife age 71 yrs 4 CONT George Cooper 1835-1907 4 CONT Clarinda Cooper 1849-1920 4 CONT Sarah M., wife of Delos Blanchard, age 19 yrs 4 CONT 4 CONT Treat Memorial 4 CONT Lyman Franklin - 1905, 84 yrs 4 CONT Jane Franklin- 1905 4 CONT Rebecca, wife of Andrew 1859- 31 yrs 4 CONT Melinda [Farnam], wife of Jacob- 1878 4 CONT Joseph K. Hall- 1854 4 CONT Nancy Hall, wife 1853 4 CONT Mary G Franklin 1874-1943 4 CONT Dennis J. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Beulah M. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Charles H. Franklin 1848-1929 4 CONT Melvina J. Franklin 1848-1912 4 CONT Mary Gertrude- Feb 21, 1962 4 CONT 4 CONT Fairview Cemetery on Armbruster 4 CONT (May 1980 read) 4 CONT Retire C. Morgan b.Apr 21, 1813, died 5 May 1883 4 CONT Mary H. Morgan b.8 May 1813, no d.date 4 CONT A.M. Franklin 1868-1887 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Martha Franklin 4 CONT Wm. N. Herrick 1820-1884 4 CONT Mary Herrick 1825-1866 4 CONT Louise C. Herrick 1826-1862 4 CONT Sarah R., wife of James Harrison Jr. b.Sept 20, 1864 d. 2 Aug 1890- age 2 4 CONC 5 4 CONT Sarah M. dau. of E. F & S. Lengfilter March 13, 1881- July 12 1881 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1855 Census 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 36 4 CONT Layfayette Franklin, son 4 4 CONT 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 32 4 CONT Jane 31 4 CONT Boyden 5 4 CONT Alice 1 4 CONT 4 CONT June 1855 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin 36 4 CONT Henrietta 31 4 CONT James 8 4 CONT Charles H. 3 4 CONT 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 32 4 CONT Lovina 30 4 CONT Albert 10 4 CONT James 7 4 CONT 4 CONT John Sherman 79 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin 64 4 CONT Martha 64 4 CONT George 17 4 CONT Harrison 13 4 CONT 4 CONT William Franklin 27 4 CONT Mary [17- obv wrong] 4 CONT Asa [76- obv wrong] 4 CONT 4 CONT Cad Francis 59 4 CONT Bantha Francis 63 4 CONT Simeon Francis 32 4 CONT Eliza Francis 21 4 CONT Harrison Hall 31 son-in-law 4 CONT Delinda Hall 26 daughter 4 CONT Delos Franklin 15 4 CONT Leona Franklin 6 Erie 4 CONT Alfred Francis 24 4 CONT Jane Francis 31 wife Washington 4 CONT Nelson Francis 4 1 SOUR @S1444@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://dunhamwilcox.net/bios/chatham_bios2.htm 4 CONT 4 CONT Hamlin John HALL, born September 10th 1722, son of GILES, of Middletown 4 CONC , and a descendant of John HALL, who came from the county of Kent, Engl 4 CONC and, in 1633, and settled in Middletown about 1650, settled in East Ham 4 CONC pton, and was for many years "sexton or grave-digger," as the society r 4 CONC ecords have it. He had two sons: Jabez, who married Abigail WILLEY; and C 4 CONC alvin, who married Hulda COWDREY, and was the father of the late Giles C 4 CONC . and Calvin HALL. Giles C. married Dolly PARMELEE, and lived in the ho 4 CONC use now owned by the Eureka Silk Manufacturing Company, and used by the 4 CONC m as a boarding house. His children were: John S., the head of the firm o 4 CONC f J. S. HALL & Company, bell manufacturers; Lewis L.; Simon S., a gradu 4 CONC ate of Michigan University; Lucina; Amelia Ann; and Barzillar B. Lovell H 4 CONC ALL, attorney, and coroner of Middlesex county, a graduate of Yale, in 1 4 CONC 868, is a son of the late John S. HALL. 4 CONT 4 CONT Captain Abijah HALL, born December 19th 1723, a descendant of George HA 4 CONC LL, of Duxbury, Massachusetts, 1637, settled in East Hampton, near the o 4 CONC utlet of Pocotopaug Lake. He was an iron worker, and the largest owner i 4 CONC n the forge which formerly stood at this point. His ancestors were larg 4 CONC ely interested in the iron works at Taunton, Massachusetts. He married, A 4 CONC pril 17th 1748, Margaret DEWEY, of Colchester, and had Dewey (who marri 4 CONC ed Hannah KNEELAND in 1771, and died in 1806), Eunice, Lydia, Abijah, M 4 CONC argaret, Jerusha, Sarah, and Lucy. His descendants of the name reside i 4 CONC n the vicinity of Albany, New York. 4 CONT 4 CONT Ebenezer HALL, born September 26th 1731, a descendant of John HALL, who e 4 CONC migrated from Coventry, England, to Yarmouth, Massachusetts, in 1630, a 4 CONC lso settled in East Hampton about the year 1760. His wife, Mary, died J 4 CONC anuary 7th 1767, and he married Abigail BAILEY, and had by her three ch 4 CONC ildren: Mary, Seth, and Abner. He died February 23d 1803. 1 SOUR @S1338@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/town_hist/chatham_1884 4 CONC _hist.htm 4 CONT Mr. PARSONS was the son of Lieutenant Samuel and Elizabeth (CHIPMAN) PA 4 CONC RSONS, and was born in Durham, Conn., May 2d 1753; graduated from Yale C 4 CONC ollege in 1773, and was ordained at East Hampton, February 10th 1779. 4 CONT At the time of Mr. PARSON's ordination there were 40 male members, but o 4 CONC f the female members he made no record. Their names were: Seth ALVORD, < 4 CONC b>Gideon ARNOLD, Ezra ACKLEY, Darius ADAMS, Joshua BAILEY, Othniel B 4 CONC RAINERD, Samuel BROWN, James BILL, Elijah COOK, Joshua COOK, Joh 4 CONC n CLARK jr., Moses COOK, Moses COLE, William CLARK, Deacon John CLARK, M 4 CONC oses CLARK, Zacheus COOK, Joseph CASWELL, Silas DUNHAM, Abijah HALL, E 4 CONC benezer HALL, Nathan HARDING, John HINCKLEY, Daniel HILL, Dewey H 4 CONC ALL, Samuel HODGE, John JOHNSON, Isaac KNEELAND, Stephen KNO 4 CONC WLTON, Nehemiah LORD, John MARKHAM, John NORTON, William NORCOTT, Edwar 4 CONC d PURPLE, Bryan PARMELEE, James RICH, Ebenezer SEARS, Deacon Isaac SMIT 4 CONC H, Isaac SMITH jr., and William WHITE. During his pastorate of 12 years 4 CONC , 67 members were added and 32 are recorded as renewing their baptismal c 4 CONC ovenant. 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1786 AND 1789 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1786 2 PLAC Connecticut 2 NOTE abt 1786, according to gravestone (d.19 April 1854, Æ 68 yrs) 3 CONT 3 CONT __________________________________________________________________ 3 CONT 3 CONT or 19 Jan 1780 3 CONT (listed as same birth date as Elisha in family of Dewey Hall) 3 CONT __________________________________________________________________ 3 CONT 3 CONT [Feb 12, 1786?] son of Jonathan and Ruth (Atwater) Hall, b.in Cheshire 3 CONC , CT? 3 CONT 3 CONT If so, siblings are not correct in this database. 3 CONT 3 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 3 CONC _______________________________________________________________________ 3 CONC ________________________ 3 CONT East Hampton town records has a Joseph Hall b. 8-21-1789 (vol 2, p.104) 3 CONC - son of Joel and Hannah. Joel, m. Hannah RANNEY, May 29, 1774, Chatham 3 CONC , CT. 3 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 3 CONC _______________________________________________________________________ 3 CONC ________________________ 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Cheshire CT has been written to, but no record for Joseph's birth was f 3 CONC ound there. 3 CONT 3 CONT Joseph Hall, son of Jonathan Hall Jr, d.Nov 21, 1787, Cheshire, CT. 3 CONT Cheshire records online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevli 3 CONC n/source_files/cheshire_ct_10.htm 3 CONT Joseph HALL d. May 7, 1787. 3 CONT Joseph HALL, son of Jonathan & Mrs. Abigail HALL, d. Mar 14, 1788. 3 CONT Joseph HALL, son of Mr. Jonathan HALL, Jr., d. Nov 21, 1787. 3 CONT 3 CONT DEATHS IN CHESHIRE, FROM TOWN RECORDS - 3 CONT NOT IN "TOMBSTONE LIST" 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Joseph, son of Jonathan, Jr., & Mrs. Ruth HALL, d. Nov 21, 1786. 3 CONT 3 CONT Hervey, son of Jonathan, Jr., & RUth HALL, d. May 18, 1797, age 3 yrs. 2 SOUR @S517@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Herkimer county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE 1820 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1820 2 PLAC Boonville, Oneida county, New York 2 SOUR @S1176@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1820 Boonville, Oneida County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT Joseph Hall 3 2 - - 1 - f 1 1 - 1 - - 3 5 CONT 3 m < 10 Frederick (abt 3-9), Chauncey C. (abt 2), and Harvey A. (about 1 y 5 CONC r) 5 CONT 2 m 10 < 16 Joseph Jr. (abt 12-15) and Abner B. (abt 11) 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 Joseph (abt 34) 5 CONT 1 f < 10 Elvira (less than 10) 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 Nancy Emily (abt 13) 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 Nancy (abt 33) 5 CONT 3 engaged in agriculture 1 RESI 2 DATE 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 2 PLAC Boonville, Oneida county, New York 2 SOUR @S1175@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1830 Boonville, Oneida County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT Joseph K. Hall - 2 1 1 1 - f - - 1 - - - 1 5 CONT 2 m 5 < 10 Harvey A. (abt 9, almost 10) and Harrison (6) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 Chauncey C. (12) 5 CONT 1 m 15 < 20 Abner B. (abt 21) or Frederick (13-19) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 Abner B. (abt 21) or Joseph Jr. (22-25) if Joseph is moved o 5 CONC ut- where is he? 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 Joseph K. 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 15 Elvira 5 CONT 1 f 40 < 50 Nancy 1 RESI 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE Son Chauncey C. Hall moved to Cattaraugus county in 1840. 3 CONT 3 CONT Children Harvey, Abner B., and Frederick are in Sheldon, Genesee County 3 CONC , in 1840. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE Son Joseph remained in Boonville, 1840 and 1850. There seems to be anot 3 CONC her Joseph Hall in Boonville as well, perhaps a cousin. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 APR 1854 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F30@ 1 FAMC @F4775@ 0 @I147@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy /ARNOLD/ 2 GIVN Nancy 2 SURN ARNOLD 1 SEX F 1 _UID ACF572CF1D8104489D641EFE40BF414D76CB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 20 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Arnolds in Catt Co Will Index: 2 CONT 2 CONT ARNOLD, CHARLES S. ELLICOTTVILLE 5-24-333 2 CONT ARNOLD, EDWARD Y. ELLICOTTVILLE 5-18-41 2 CONT ARNOLD, GEORGE YORKSHIRE 5-3-644 2 CONT ARNOLD, HARRIET A. GOWANDA 5-25-565 2 CONT ARNOLD, HORACE ELLICOTTVILLE 5-4-601 2 CONT ARNOLD, JAMES W. FREEDOM 5-5-209 2 CONT ARNOLD, LAURA YOUNG ELLICOTTVILLE 5-17-425 2 CONT ARNOLD, ROSE RED HOUSE 5-20-477 2 CONT ARNOLD, SAMUEL P. ELLICOTTVILLE 5-4-597 2 CONT ARNOLD, SARAH MANSFIELD 5-11-557 2 CONT ARNOLD, SOPHRONIA FRANKLINVILLE 5-23-593 2 CONT 2 CONT Barbour Collection http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/bar 2 CONC bour/chatham_barbour_a-c.htm 2 CONT 2 CONT ARNOLD 2 CONT 2 CONT Acksa B., m. Hiram CLARK, b. of Chatham, Sept. 4, 1825, by Rev Joel Wes 2 CONC t 2 CONT Appoles, m. Lucy BILL, Aug. 12, 1784 2 CONT Charles, s. Gideon & Lucia, b. Nov. 16, 1776 2 CONT Chauncey, m. Maria CARRIER, Nov. 4, 1827, by Rev Peter Griffin, Haddam. 2 CONT Dan, son Gideon & Lucia, b. June 11, 1767 2 CONT David, of Haddam, m. Abulah BRAINERD of Chatham, Sept. 26, 1833, by Ste 2 CONC phen Alonzo Loper 2 CONT Eleazur S. [son John & Sally], b. Feb. 25, 1805 2 CONT Fanny, m. Jarvis M. MORGAN, b. of Haddam, Mar. 29, 1829, by Charles Ben 2 CONC tley 2 CONT Flora, m. Henry FLOOD, b. of Chatham, Jan. 5, 1826, by Rev Joel West 2 CONT Gideon, son Appoles & Lucy, b. July 8, 1789 2 CONT Harvey, m. Betsey SEARS, b. of Chatham, Sept. 6, 1821, by Rev Joel West 2 CONT Jane E., m. William H. SHEPARD, b. of Chatham, June 5, 1849, by James C 2 CONC . Haughton 2 CONT John, b. Apr. 8, 1777; m. Sally BAILEY, Aug. 27, 1803 2 CONT John, [son John & Sally], b. Feb. 6, 1819 2 CONT Laura, dau Appoles & Lucy, b. Sept. 23, 1791 2 CONT Lucretia, m. Benajah M. CLARK, b. of Haddam, Jan. 27, 1833, by Charles B 2 CONC entley 2 CONT Lucy, d. Gideon & Lucy, b. Jan. 12, 1779 2 CONT Lucy, m. David BUELL, Apr. 7, 1803 2 CONT Lucy, m. Joshua S. STRONG, b. of Chatham, Apr. 3, 1822, by Rev Joel Wes 2 CONC t 2 CONT Luther, of Haddam, m. Mary Etta JACOBS of Chatham, Nov. 24, 1844, by Re 2 CONC v. S. Nash, of Middle Haddam 2 CONT Martha, of Middle Haddam, m. Hiram CHASE of Senaca, N.Y., Sept. 7, 1841 2 CONC , by Rev. Stephen Alonzo Loper, of Middle Haddam 2 CONT Mary, dau Gideon & Lucy, b. Jan. 10, 1768 2 CONT Mary, dau Gideon & Lucia, b. Sept. 14, 1772 2 CONT Nancy, dau Appoles & Lucy, b. Oct. 17, 1787 2 CONT Oliver B., m. Sarah SELDEN, Feb. 18, 1822, by Rev David Selden 2 CONT Philena, d. Appoles and Lucy, b. Oct. 11, 1785 2 CONT Philena, m. Henry STRONG, b. of Chatham, Sept. 13, 1820, by Joel West 2 CONT Ramick, [son John & Sally], b. Dec. 6, 1813 2 CONT Randolph R., [son John & Sally], b. Mar. 17, 1822 2 CONT Sally, [dau John & Sally], b. Mar. 31, 1810 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 OCT 1787 2 PLAC Chatham, Middlesex co., Connecticut 2 SOUR @S478@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S591@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BAPM 2 DATE 21 OCT 1787 2 PLAC Chatham, Middlesex co., Connecticut 2 NOTE First Congregational Church of Chatham by Rev. Lemuel Parsons 2 SOUR @S478@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE BET 1853 AND 1856 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1853 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE 1853, Gravemarker, Leon Cemetery. 1856, Chatham, CT, First Congregation 3 CONC al Church records. 3 CONT 3 CONT Gravemarker appears to say 56 yrs 1 mo 5 days, which, based on date of b 3 CONC irth, would give death date of 22 Nov 1843 2 SOUR @S478@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F30@ 1 FAMC @F2742@ 0 @I148@ INDI 1 NAME John /Sherman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 30C3272DF9EEA3488F6E2990292A671EA7F2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 SOUR @S1314@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT I am looking for the Stanley & Clara Sherman family. They were living i 4 CONC n Benson, MN in 1961. Their children were Evelyn, Bernie, and Nobel. An 4 CONC y help appreciated. Thanks. 4 CONT Rita Roberson, robersonrj@aol.com 4 CONT _________________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT Rita I, Erin Andrews, am the Grandaughter of Bernice Sherman, she had t 4 CONC wo siblings Evelyn and Noble. Email me if you'd like to swap info. 4 CONT Erin Andrews, evil_ash3@hotmail.com 4 CONT I am also related directly to John Sherman and Experience Kelley. We co 4 CONC uld swap information if you'd like. 4 CONT Erin Andrews, evil_ash3@hotmail.com 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 APR 1750 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts 2 NOTE 4th Mo. 2 SOUR @S384@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 MAY 1829 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F31@ 1 FAMC @F33@ 0 @I149@ INDI 1 NAME Experience /Kelley/ 2 GIVN Experience 2 SURN Kelley 1 SEX F 1 _UID FFE78E5D1493664A8DE8AE93493E81A28802 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAY 1753 2 PLAC Dennis, Barnstable county, Massachusetts 1 CENS 2 DATE 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 2 PLAC Rochester, Bristol County, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1290@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1830 Rochester, Bristol County, Massachusetts census 5 CONT 5 CONT p. 1, ancestry.com census images online 5 CONT 5 CONT Seth Sherman 1 1 - - - 1 f 1 1 - - - 1 5 CONT Experience Sherman 1 m 50 < 60 (David Sherman, her son?- d. 1832); 1 f 8 5 CONC 0 < 90 (Experience) 5 CONT Abram Sherman - 1 1 1 3 - - 1 f - - 2 - - - - 1 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 AUG 1842 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F31@ 1 FAMC @F34@ 0 @I150@ INDI 1 NAME Mordecai /Ellis/ 2 GIVN Mordecai 2 SURN Ellis 1 SEX M 1 _UID FC5F1D7D0028164492FAE55EAEFD76C32A30 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 NOTE Massachusetts Town Birth Records 2 CONT Search Results 2 CONT 2 CONT U.S. Census. 2 CONT View original 2 CONT documents 2 CONT online! 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Name 2 CONT Sex 2 CONT Birth Date 2 CONT Birth Place 2 CONT Father's Name 2 CONT Mother's Name 2 CONT ELLIS, Mordecai 2 CONT 2 CONT Mar. 8, 1746 2 CONT Abington 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Viewing records 1-1 of 1 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/hadaway/08006 2 CONT 2 CONT hadaway gedcom: pg 08006 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT | Coverpage |Surnames | Visitors 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Mordecai ELLIS 2 CONT 2 CONT BORN: 8 Apr 1746, Hanover, Plymouth co., MA 2 CONT DIED: 17 Aug 1829, 2 CONT BURIED: , 2 CONT MARRIED: Priscilla ROGERS, , 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Mordecai ELLIS 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Mordecai ELLIS 2 CONT Mordecai ELLIS 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT SARAH 2 CONT 2 CONT Thomas CLARKE 2 CONT Rebecca CLARKE 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Elizabeth CROWE 2 CONT Mordecai ELLIS 2 CONT Sarah OTIS 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT John OTIS 2 CONT Job OTIS 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Unknown 2 CONT 2 CONT Ephraim LITTLE 2 CONT Mercy LITTLE 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Mary STURTEVANT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT | Coverpage |Surnames | Visitors 2 CONT Please e-mail questions or comments to the gedcom owner, Harry C.Hadawa 2 CONC y, Jr.. 2 CONT You are viewing page 08006 of the hadaway gedcom last updated February1 2 CONC 4, 1999 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT www.my-ged.com 2 CONT 2 CONT | Home | Gedcoms |Gendex | Maint 2 CONT (c) 1997-1998. All Rights Reserved. 1 SOUR @S1296@ 2 PAGE vol 120 pp196-201; vol 122, pp51-53 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 4 VALUE vol 120 pp196-201; vol 122, pp51-53 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 APR 1746 2 PLAC Abington, Massachusetts 1 WILL 2 DATE 23 MAR 1824 2 PLAC Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1295@ 3 PAGE vol. 67, p. 403 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE vol. 67, p. 403 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 AUG 1829 2 PLAC Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 1 PROB 2 DATE 1 DEC 1829 2 PLAC Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1295@ 3 PAGE vol. 67, p. 403 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE vol. 67, p. 403 1 BURI 2 PLAC Abington, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Mt. Vernon Cemetery 1 FAMS @F32@ 1 FAMC @F35@ 0 @I151@ INDI 1 NAME Priscilla /Rogers/ 2 GIVN Priscilla 2 SURN Rogers 1 SEX F 1 _UID B52AD50D8F37E74E9188C455AE8CA9EBBC04 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 SOUR @S155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 FEB 1754 2 PLAC Marshfield, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 SEP 1850 2 PLAC Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1292@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 PLAC Abington, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Mt. Vernon Cemetery 1 FAMS @F32@ 1 FAMC @F36@ 0 @I152@ INDI 1 NAME John /Sherman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4A97AC4C0C1D254BA14423BCAA1BBDC8803E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 NOTE Plymouth County Probate Index- 1686-1881 2 CONT 2 CONT John Sherman; year: 1789; Rochester; Case: Will; Docket: 18136. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 APR 1720 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1789 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1789 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F33@ 1 FAMC @F39@ 0 @I153@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 7FE5E6A99A91DB428FD942FE41DDECD7C40A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 NOTE Rochester VRs to 1850 (deaths) calls her "mother of Elizabeth," but doe 2 CONC s not otherwise identify her. 2 CONT 2 CONT From p.325 of Roy V. Sherman's genealogy: "Henry C. Sherman, St. ann, M 2 CONC O, says it was Ruth Sherman not Ruth Allen. H.C.S. and F.D.S. 1328. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JAN 1724 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1811 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts 2 NOTE New Bedford? 1 FAMS @F33@ 1 FAMC @F40@ 0 @I154@ INDI 1 NAME Hattil /O'Killey/ 2 GIVN Hattil 2 SURN O'Killey 1 SEX M 1 _UID CE7038594B206B4CA2DE50D7221F29C2C4F1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 SOUR @S1134@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Dennis Quaker Cemetery 4 CONT chronological listing of all gravestones (as of 1977) 4 CONT 4 CONT Name Died Age 4 CONT Isaac Kelley (son of C & J Kelley) (gravestone displays both 1799 & 18 4 CONC 43 which is incorrect) 1799 - May 18 3 4 CONT Hannah Kelley (wife of Hattil) 1809 - April 22 85 4 CONT Hattil Kelley 1809 - March 8 88 4 CONT Isaac Kelley 2 (son of C & J Kelley) 1817 - September 30 11 4 CONT Cyrenius Kelley 1840 - January 13 70 4 CONT Jerusha Kelley (widow of Cyrenius) 1843 - September 17 76 4 CONT Clara Bassett (dau of William & Clara) 1870 - August 20 9 mos 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUN 1720 2 PLAC Dennis, Barnstable county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Birth date given in April in some genealogies, but the Meeting r 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1809 2 PLAC Smithfield, Rhode Island? 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 8 MAR 1809 2 _SDATE 9 MAR 1809 2 PLAC Dennis Quaker Cemetery, Mayfair Road, Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F34@ 1 FAMC @F41@ 0 @I155@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Wing/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Wing 1 SEX F 1 _UID 698C0E16A3F1E54D94430A0FE54BA2FA9BFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 OCT 1726 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 MAR 1809 2 PLAC Smithfield, Rhode Island? 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 22 APR 1809 2 _SDATE 23 APR 1809 2 PLAC Dennis Quaker Cemetery, Mayfair Road, Dennis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F34@ 1 FAMC @F42@ 0 @I156@ INDI 1 NAME Mordecai /Ellis/ 2 GIVN Mordecai 2 SURN Ellis 1 SEX M 1 _UID 03F8881B6F772448BA5D88D8CB299808FB6A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2010 1 SOUR @S1269@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT 1739 ELLIS Mordecai, s. <> John, and Sarah Otis, Sept. -, 1 4 CONC 739, * P.R.38. <> more Marriage Nantucket 4 CONT 4 CONT 1740 ELLIS Mordecai [int. Mordicai] and Sarah Otis, Sept. -- [wo 4 CONC rn] [int. 1740.] [Mordecai, Sept. 30, 1740, C.R.1.] more Marriage Scituate 4 CONT 4 CONT 1718 ELLIS Mordecai, h. <> Sarah Otis, s. <> John, 4 4 CONC th, 1 mo. 1718, P.R.38. <> more Birth Nantucket 4 CONT 4 CONT 1796 ELLIS Sarah Otis, w. <> Mordecai (s. John of Sandwic 4 CONC h), Apr. 22, 1796, a. <> 77, P.R.38. <> more Death Nantucket 4 CONT P.R.38. - private record, from the William C. Folger genea- 4 CONT logical records in the possession of the Nantucket Historical 4 CONT Association (This compilation has been used because of 4 CONT the valuable clues it affords, but its statements should be 4 CONT received with caution, as it is not free from errors. It 4 CONT should also be understood that in many instances the 4 CONT events recorded did not take place in Nantucket, and in a 4 CONT few cases attention has been called to the question of 4 CONT residence.) 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 JAN 1718 2 PLAC Sandwich, Massachusetts 1 BAPM 2 DATE 12 NOV 1727 2 PLAC Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 JUN 1810 2 PLAC Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 PLAC West Hanover, Massachusetts 2 NOTE 676 Circuit Street 1 FAMS @F35@ 1 FAMC @F43@ 0 @I157@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Otis/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Otis 1 SEX F 1 _UID 378A00E209876143A2F51B20A9DA47C437E7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 APR 1719 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1281@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Scituate VRs 5 CONT 5 CONT 1721 OTIS Priscila, d. <> Job and Mercy, Nov. 18, 1721. [Priscil 5 CONC la, C.R.1. G.R. <>6.] more <../vital_records/browse.asp?id=78 5 CONC 5948&oid=785948&page=1> Birth Scituate <../vital_records/town_in 5 CONC fo.asp?place_id=64> 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 1714 OTIS Sarah, d. <> Job, Feb. 27, 1714. more <../vital_rec 5 CONC ords/browse.asp?id=785970&oid=785970&page=1> Birth Scituate <../ 5 CONC vital_records/town_info.asp?place_id=64> 1719 OTIS Sarah, d. <>< 5 CONC /u> Job, Apr. 16, 1719. more <../vital_records/browse.asp?id=785972& 5 CONC oid=785972&page=1> Birth Scituate <../vital_records/town_info.as 5 CONC p?place_id=64> 1783 OTIS Job, s. <> Ephraim and Sarah, June 2 5 CONC 5, 1783. more <../vital_records/browse.asp?id=785777&oid=785777&page 5 CONC =1> Birth Scituate <../vital_records/town_info.asp?place_id=64>< 5 CONC /u> 1715 OTIS Sarah, d. <> Job, Aug. 9, 1715. more <../vital_ 5 CONC records/browse.asp?id=802108&oid=802108&page=1> Death Scituate < 5 CONC ../vital_records/town_info.asp?place_id=64> 5 CONT 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 APR 1796 2 PLAC Hanover, Massachusetts? 1 FAMS @F35@ 1 FAMC @F44@ 0 @I158@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Rogers/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Rogers 1 SEX M 1 _UID 0AF740B0DD1FCB40AFE07339B53EFAF9194A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 SOUR @S155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 OCT 1716 2 PLAC Marshfield, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1810 1 FAMS @F36@ 1 FAMC @F45@ 0 @I159@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /Otis/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN Otis 1 SEX F 1 _UID 369CF68733FAAB4286762DB1323374EF0B1A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 SOUR @S1298@ 2 PAGE v.4 p.165 (April 1850) 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 4 VALUE v.4 p.165 (April 1850) 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 OCT 1723 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 DEC 1807 1 FAMS @F36@ 1 FAMC @F46@ 0 @I160@ INDI 1 NAME Teresa Jane /Hichens/ 2 GIVN Teresa Jane 2 SURN Hichens 1 SEX F 1 _UID F9DDDAE62E153049BC91CD4E3F785801CADD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMS @F37@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I161@ INDI 1 NAME Olivia Grace /Olson/ 2 GIVN Olivia Grace 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX F 1 _UID 10DCF2DB2B9CEE41BFB5E563804B8E8B4F4C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMC @F37@ 0 @I162@ INDI 1 NAME Constance Grace /Olson/ 2 GIVN Constance Grace 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX F 1 _UID C190B57C302D3447ABBD6D17F7395F29FE5A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 APR 2009 1 FAMS @F38@ 1 FAMC @F22@ 0 @I163@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy Arnold /Olson/ 2 GIVN Timothy Arnold 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX M 1 _UID B63A99B10910E745A52940DA4818A043AAA4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 APR 2009 1 FAMS @F48@ 1 FAMC @F22@ 0 @I164@ INDI 1 NAME Dee Lynne /Olson/ 2 GIVN Dee Lynne 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX F 1 _UID C54A62CF3CFE4C418E12A15DB7BAF6222E1D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 JUN 2005 1 FAMS @F1679@ 1 FAMS @F49@ 1 FAMC @F22@ 0 @I165@ INDI 1 NAME James Carter /Dillon/ 2 GIVN James Carter 2 SURN Dillon 1 SEX M 1 _UID 78B1C395D613E64EB9C08A0AB34B3C07EC4F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 NOV 2001 1 FAMS @F38@ 1 FAMC @F541@ 0 @I166@ INDI 1 NAME David /Sherman/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID BC562F1D98E5334D8149E5F1426A417E66DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 NOTE Massachusetts Probate Records for Bristol County 2 CONT Book 2, p. 176 2 CONT 2 CONT Rcpt. by Abigail Sherman for legacy from est. of her husb. DAVID SHERMA 2 CONC N of 2 CONT Dart., paid by Jacob Shearman, exec., dtd 28 Oct. 1755. Witns: Thomas L 2 CONC apham 2 CONT & Peleg Smith [14:633]. 2 CONT 2 CONT Rcpt. by Edmund Sherman, John Sherman & Nehemiah Sherman for legacies f 2 CONC rom 2 CONT est. of their father DAVID SHERMAN of Dart., paid by Jacob Sherman, exe 2 CONC c., 2 CONT dtd. 28 Oct 1755 [14:634]. 2 CONT 2 CONT Rcpt by Roger Bruley, Joshua Lapham, Hezekiah Gridley & Isaac Killey fo 2 CONC r 2 CONT legacies from est. "of our honoured father" DAVID SHERMAN of Dart. "Giv 2 CONC en to 2 CONT our wives," paid by Jacob Sherman, exec. dtd. 28 Oct. 1755. Witns: Th 2 CONC omas 2 CONT Lapham & Pelege Smith [14:634]. 2 CONT 2 CONT Hope this helps someone. 2 CONT Linda Burkell 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.soydescendants.com/Philip/living.htm 2 CONT Salle Morse Wilson wilsonsalle2000@yahoo.com (11) Hortense Sherman (10), Arthur E. Sherman (9), Guy B 2 CONC ayington Sherman (8), David Sherman (7), David Sherman (6), David Sherm 2 CONC an (5), Jacob Sherman (4), David Sherman (3), Edmund Sherman (2), Phili 2 CONC p Sherman (1) Immigrant. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1676 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1676 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Sherman genealogy (Desc of Philip Sherman) says b.1 Jan 1680 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 APR 1761 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Under his father I have d.1755??? 1 FAMS @F39@ 1 FAMC @F75@ 0 @I167@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Hathaway/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Hathaway 1 SEX F 1 _UID 2697CE30B2AD764A81BB99C4F6A37CBC44EE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 FAMS @F39@ 1 FAMC @F557@ 0 @I168@ INDI 1 NAME Elkanah /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Elkanah 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6DA154D56E2A934DA9E27D153F890E973928 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 OCT 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 MAY 1674 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1778 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1778 2 PLAC Coventry, Kent Co., RI 2 NOTE ? 1 FAMS @F40@ 1 FAMS @F2688@ 1 FAMS @F2689@ 1 FAMC @F75@ 0 @I169@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Manchester/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Manchester 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0A9E03ECBC7F0A42BDD9DD14F5AF6DEBA112 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F40@ 1 FAMC @F560@ 0 @I170@ INDI 1 NAME John /O'Killey/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN O'Killey 1 SEX M 1 _UID 01E6776F5D5A244B993A4CDE98E141B15BA6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 MAY 1695 2 PLAC Dennis, Barnstable county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE EST 1797 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1797 2 PLAC Dennis, Barnstable county, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F41@ 1 FAMC @F578@ 0 @I171@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Eldridge/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Eldridge 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9A90C0CDA086834384209FA548C9B4CD1D57 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 FAMS @F41@ 1 FAMC @F579@ 0 @I172@ INDI 1 NAME John /Wing/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Wing 1 SEX M 1 _UID 21575CD4AE4B9741B1C7982563D94C70A6E6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 NOTE > 2 CONT > Subject: 2 CONT > [WING-L] Butler-Wing connection 2 CONT > Date: 2 CONT > Wed, 26 Aug 1998 16:24:14 -0500 2 CONT > From: 2 CONT > Joe Lee 2 CONT > To: 2 CONT > WING-L@rootsweb.com 2 CONT > 2 CONT > 2 CONT > My primary interest in the Wing family is the cnnection with the 2 CONT > Butlers.Mehetable Butler, daughter of Daniel & Elizabeth HowesButler, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT > married Elisha Wing, son of Stephen & Sarah Briggs Wing, inSandwich, 2 CONT > Massachusetts on Jan 12 1689. Mehetable's sister married JashubWing, 2 CONT > son of Daniel & Anna Ewer Wing, as well as Joseph Wing, son of John& 2 CONT > Martha Spooner Wing. Basically, I'm interested in all the 2 CONT > Gaunts,Butlers, Howes, Wings, Allens, Kerbys, Hoxies, etc, etc.in & 2 CONT > around Barnstable County, Massachusetts in 1600's & 1700's. Therewere 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT > so many marriages among these families that I find it intriguing &add 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT > all to my data base.You won't find many postings from me but becauseI 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT > don't seem to have much to add but I do enjoy being a part of thislis 2 CONC t 2 CONT > & hope I am allowed to remain a subscriber. Thanks, Joe Lee inEvant, 2 CONT > Texas 2 CONT Mrs Martha Spooner Wing married Jonayhan Davol(devol-Davel)Sr.on 2 CONT November 29,1730-dtr of William Spooner & Hannah Pratt-and widow ofJohn 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Wing.Martha born 11/14/1656. Would like death date on her andhopefully 2 CONT children of John & Martha Spooner Wing. Thank you 2 CONT Cheryl 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ==== WING Mailing List ==== 2 CONT Welcome to your WING family list. 2 CONT Please enjoy your research. Post whatever information you have athand. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Listowner: Chester H. Cowen... cowen@flaol.net 2 CONT 2 CONT Douglas Deuel 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC _ 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC _ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT -----Original Message----- 2 CONT From: Douglas Deuel 2 CONT To: WING-L@rootsweb.com 2 CONT Date: Wednesday, August 26, 1998 8:15 PM 2 CONT Subject: [WING-L] Martha Spooner Wing 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT >Mrs Martha Spooner Wing married Jonathan Davol(Devol-Davel) Sr. on 2 CONT >November 29,1730-dtr of William Spooner & Hannah Pratt-and widow ofJoh 2 CONC n 2 CONT >Wing. Martha born 11/14/1656. Would like death date on her andhopeful 2 CONC ly 2 CONT >children of John & Martha Spooner Wing. Thank you 2 CONT >Cheryl 2 CONT > 2 CONT Hello! 2 CONT 2 CONT Information below is mostly from The Owl, p. 4697: 2 CONT 2 CONT Descendants of Martha Spooner 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 Martha Spooner b: November 14, 1656 2 CONT +John Wing, Sr. b: November 14, 1658 >> Sandwich, MA m: Bef. 1683d: 2 CONT August 01, 1717 >> Sippecan (Now Rochester), MA Father: Daniel WingMoth 2 CONC er: 2 CONT Hannah Swift 2 CONT 2 Stephen Wing b: September 05, 1684 >> Rochester, PlymouthCounty, MA 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT d: January 29, 1749/50 >> Rochester, Plymouth County, MA 2 CONT +Margaret Clifton m: February 02, 1730/31 2 CONT 2 Joseph Wing b: December 23, 1686 >> Rochester, Plymouth County,MA d 2 CONC : 2 CONT December 22, 1715 2 CONT +Dorothy Butler m: January 27, 1710/11 2 CONT 2 Deborah Wing b: October 15, 1687 d: Bef. 1695 >> "Died Soon"per CP 2 CONC W 2 CONT 2 John Wing, Jr. b: March 01, 1688/89 >> Rochester, PlymouthCounty, M 2 CONC A 2 CONT d: April 1750 2 CONT +Experience Gifford m: May 23, 1710 >> Rochester, PlymouthCounty, 2 CONT MA 2 CONT 2 Hannah Wing b: January 10, 1690/91 >> Rochester, PlymouthCounty, MA 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT d: Aft. 1743 2 CONT +Benjamin Bowerman m: April 20, 1715 >> Dartmouth, BristolCounty, 2 CONT MA 2 CONT 2 Daniel Wing b: February 08, 1692/93 >> Sippecan (now Rochester),MA 2 CONT d: October 02, 1713 >> Sippecan (Now Rochester), MA 2 CONT 2 Deborah Wing b: February 23, 1694/95 >> Sippecan (nowRochester), MA 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT d: October 01, 1715 >> Sippecan (Now Rochester), MA 2 CONT 2 Desire Wing b: February 03, 1698/99 >> Sippecan (Now Rochester),MA 2 CONT d: May 1761 >> Dutchess County, NY 2 CONT +Phineas Chase, Sr. b: February 03, 1698/99 >> Dartmouth,Bristol 2 CONT County, MA m: July 19, 1719 >> Dartmouth, Bristol County, MA d: Bef.May 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1761 >> Dutchess County, NY 2 CONT 2 Samuel Wing b: November 12, 1704 >> Dartmouth, Bristol County,MA d 2 CONC : 2 CONT March 04, 1773 2 CONT +Ann Barlow m: January 21, 1727/28 >> Rochester, PlymouthCounty, MA 2 CONT *2nd Husband of Martha Spooner: 2 CONT +JONATHAN DAVOL, SR. b: 1647 >> Newport, Newport County, RI m:November 2 CONT 29, 1730 d: Aft. 1737 >> Dartmouth, Bristol County, MA Father: WILLIAMD 2 CONC AVOL 2 CONT Mother: Isabel Anderson 2 CONT 2 CONT If you see any errors, please let me know. 2 CONT 2 CONT Patrick D. Deuel 2 CONT deuelsearch@kearney.net 2 CONT http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/7395 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ==== WING Mailing List ==== 2 CONT Please support Rootsweb at the following address: 2 CONT ROOTSWEB GENEALOGICAL DATA COOPERATIVE 2 CONT http://www.rootsweb.com/rootsweb/how-to-subscribe.html 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAR 1689 2 PLAC Rochester, Bristol County, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE APR 1750 2 _SDATE 15 APR 1750 1 FAMS @F42@ 1 FAMC @F583@ 0 @I173@ INDI 1 NAME Experience /Gifford/ 2 GIVN Experience 2 SURN Gifford 1 SEX F 1 _UID BB74A3474A0FD440881DBAE880AFF601F38F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 OCT 1685 2 PLAC West Falmouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1750 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1751 1 FAMS @F42@ 1 FAMC @F584@ 0 @I174@ INDI 1 NAME Mordecai /Ellis/ 2 GIVN Mordecai 2 SURN Ellis 1 SEX M 1 _UID 07F2628CC2916A4396D8A4040E31CC60682F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 MAR 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1688 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1688 2 PLAC "probably Sandwich, " Plymouth County, Massachusetts 1 BAPM 2 DATE 30 MAY 1697 2 PLAC Sandwich, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 NOV 1717 2 PLAC Sandwich, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F43@ 1 FAMC @F596@ 0 @I175@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Clarke/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Clarke 1 SEX F 1 _UID FA091D7F82AD4947BB09A0F61AAFB8C3FC5D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1694 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 13 JAN 1755 1 FAMS @F43@ 1 FAMS @F3819@ 1 FAMS @F3820@ 0 @I176@ INDI 1 NAME Job /Otis/ 2 GIVN Job 2 SURN Otis 1 SEX M 1 _UID 2040357BA9073D47BAC1A0FD398D598A058E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 MAR 2006 1 SOUR @S1282@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1289@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Hanover, Massachusetts, Historical Society 4 CONT 4 CONT From: TOLSON13@mn.rr.com [mailto:TOLSON13@mn.rr.com] 4 CONT Sent: Sunday, March 26, 2006 5:36 PM 4 CONT To: KWells 4 CONT Subject: Re: Mordecai Ellis Sherman family 4 CONT Kathy- 4 CONT I was just looking a bit through the Hanover, Mass., stuff I have, and n 4 CONC oted that there is a deed which may be crucial in our proving that Sara 4 CONC h Otis, wife of Mordecai Ellis, is daughter of Job Otis: 4 CONT Under "The Mordecai Ellis Place:" 4 CONT "In 1745, the Otises sold land to 5 of the children of Job, Sr. (37-174 4 CONC , 175). The deeds are identical and was given in common. The deed to Mo 4 CONC rdecai Ellis reads in part 'for natural affection and love sell unto Mo 4 CONC rdecai Ellis of So. Scituate and Sarah his wife, daughter of Job Otis, S 4 CONC r. for 20 shillings and 1/5 of the fees in the controversy with the hei 4 CONC rs of James Barker about 600 acres lately the estate and residence of J 4 CONC ames Barker, deceased.' 4 CONT In 1749 this land was divided (40-253) Joseph Ramsdell receiving the no 4 CONC rthern 110 acres, Abigail Haliburton the next 1/5, Mordecai Ellis the n 4 CONC ext and Dr. Benjamin Stockbridge and Priscilla Otis the southern 2/5 33 4 CONC 6A." 4 CONT -Terry 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 MAR 1677 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1758 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1758 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F44@ 1 FAMC @F601@ 0 @I177@ INDI 1 NAME Mercy /Little/ 2 GIVN Mercy 2 SURN Little 1 SEX F 1 _UID FDD07E45A5FDB041806EF3A5BCAD429BEF2C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 MAR 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 FEB 1678 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1755 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1755 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F44@ 1 FAMC @F602@ 0 @I178@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Rogers/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Rogers 1 SEX M 1 _UID 78A253F17B7CA647B67ADAB7DE171C3044B2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 MAR 2006 1 SOUR @S155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1659 2 PLAC Marshfield, Massacusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 MAR 1745 1 FAMS @F45@ 1 FAMC @F603@ 0 @I179@ INDI 1 NAME Bethia /Ewell/ 2 GIVN Bethia 2 SURN Ewell 1 SEX F 1 _UID BD8D8E1B47DAA3428E7A9DD540F39677B3B1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 MAR 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAR 1682 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JAN 1756 1 FAMS @F45@ 1 FAMC @F604@ 0 @I180@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Otis/ 2 NPFX Dr. 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Otis 1 SEX M 1 _UID A5FE2ADC4C20424F9127B490A1BB282B51C6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 MAR 2006 1 SOUR @S1298@ 2 PAGE v.4 p.165 (April 1850) 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 4 VALUE v.4 p.165 (April 1850) 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1699 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1699 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 NOV 1777 1 FAMS @F46@ 1 FAMC @F605@ 0 @I181@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /( ? ) Jacob/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN ( ? ) Jacob 1 SEX F 1 _UID 10F684FEB3236846BD5E0435AE35E893BE48 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 JUN 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1699 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1699 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 2 NOTE 22 April? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 MAR 1783 2 PLAC Scituate, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F46@ 0 @I182@ INDI 1 NAME John /Oak/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Oak 1 SEX M 1 _UID 47BB10B2F9566B41B8CDB13FC8F039698EAB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 NOTE see Reunion file "darcieannataoldotcom" for other Oak decendants. 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/colonial/census/1840/1840ny_a.html 2 CONT SOURCE: 1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services; 2 CONT With the names, ages, and places of residence 2 CONT Returned by the marshalls of the several judicial districts; under 2 CONT The Act for Taking the Sixth Census 2 CONT Typed and Reformatted By: Kathy Leigh, February 2, 2001 2 CONT NEW YORK - A 2 CONT 2 CONT GIVEN NAME SURNAME AGE HEAD/HOUSEHOLD CITY/TOWN COUNTY NAME VARIATIO 2 CONC NS 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Selathial Alen 76 Samuel Okes, Jr. Hamburg Erie Allen; Oakes 1 SOUR @S923@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Middlesex County, Massachusetts Probate Index, 1648-1870 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: Nathaniel Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 S 4 CONC ubject: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=39 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: William Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Sub 4 CONC ject: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=62 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: Hannah Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Subj 4 CONC ect: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=20 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: Mary Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Subjec 4 CONC t: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=33 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: Anne Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Subjec 4 CONC t: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=5 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: John Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Subjec 4 CONC t: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=22 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: Jonathan Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Su 4 CONC bject: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=25 4 CONT 4 CONT Given Name: George Surname: Oakes Location: Westborough Date: 1722 Subj 4 CONC ect: Guardian Number: 16186 4 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&gsfn=&gsln=Oakes&sx= 4 CONC &gskw=&prox=1&db=middlesex1648&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=36&submit 4 CONC .y=6&fh=17 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 MAR 1715 2 PLAC Marlboro, Middlesex county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE SEP 1752 2 _SDATE 15 SEP 1752 2 PLAC Westborough, Worcester county, Massachusetts? 2 SOUR @S1342@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Worcester County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, Vol. 1 & 2 A - Z, J 5 CONC uly 1731-1881 5 CONT 5 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=1&gsfn= 5 CONC &gsln=Oakes&gskw=1752&prox=1&db=worcma1731&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs-d&fh=1 5 CONC &recid=44513&recoff=2+13 5 CONT 5 CONT Hannah Oakes 1752 Westborough Guardianship 5 CONT John Oakes 1752 Westborough Administration 5 CONT Levina Oakes 1752 Westborough Guardianship 5 CONT Nathaniel Oakes 1752 Westborough Guardianship 1 FAMS @F47@ 1 FAMC @F106@ 0 @I183@ INDI 1 NAME Susannah /Allen/ 2 GIVN Susannah 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0B1EFFAF9AB1EB4BA354852D0BC4735B9E07 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1723 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1723 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 MAY 1814 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 FAMS @F47@ 1 FAMS @F1119@ 1 FAMC @F1120@ 0 @I184@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Ellis /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Charles Ellis 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID D2EFB7A75653994A8456139D499DBEEAC329 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 MAY 1874 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 JUL 1894 2 PLAC or near Angora, Minnesota 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I185@ INDI 1 NAME Clifford Hall /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Clifford Hall 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID C4B17067D5579147BA06AFB4FD3C17A96CF3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 OCT 1877 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 JAN 1933 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Coronary sclerosis, and duodenal ulcers. 1 BURI 2 DATE 18 JAN 1933 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F51@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I186@ INDI 1 NAME Nellie /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Nellie 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX F 1 _UID EE57D3167BAC24458267C62B94BA1CD4D684 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 MAY 1879 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 MAY 1942 2 PLAC Cook, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Arterosclerotic Heart disease; hypertension; etc. Died suddenly. 1 BURI 2 DATE 9 MAY 1942 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F50@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I187@ INDI 1 NAME James Otis /Sherman/ 2 GIVN James Otis 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6CB0D248E63F7C4A8B7DC408ADFD8993BBF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 JAN 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 AUG 1886 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 AUG 1978 2 PLAC Virginia, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Ventricular Arrhythmia due to Chronic Ischemic Heart Disease. Ot 1 BURI 2 DATE 30 AUG 1978 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F52@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I188@ INDI 1 NAME Patti Jo /Anderson/ 2 GIVN Patti Jo 2 SURN Anderson 1 SEX F 1 _UID CB362C4A34F5EE4284E3AC468631B0BD4D1C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F48@ 1 FAMC @F542@ 0 @I189@ INDI 1 NAME Jeffrey Alan /Lee/ 2 GIVN Jeffrey Alan 2 SURN Lee 1 SEX M 1 _UID 0E6DE3DD72176F428E0E4F03B896BA9E0952 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F49@ 1 FAMC @F543@ 0 @I190@ INDI 1 NAME Luke Alan /Dillon/ 2 GIVN Luke Alan 2 SURN Dillon 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5ACF233344E79E4287AE8DDD0103DCF4FD2F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 FEB 2001 1 FAMC @F38@ 0 @I191@ INDI 1 NAME Paul Arnold /Dillon/ 2 GIVN Paul Arnold 2 SURN Dillon 1 SEX M 1 _UID 2AF90A1185BF544BAAC59E8260C994950285 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 FEB 2001 1 FAMC @F38@ 0 @I192@ INDI 1 NAME Kristin Lora /Dillon/ 2 GIVN Kristin Lora 2 SURN Dillon 1 SEX F 1 _UID 73C2B500628F8D43827053D4AB8A3B82B686 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 DEC 2003 1 FAMC @F38@ 0 @I193@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel Fritzgerald /Olson/ 2 GIVN Samuel Fritzgerald 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX M 1 _UID 424A340A847B8C47B74FD0EC2672EB997AFA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 FEB 2001 1 FAMS @F4936@ 1 FAMC @F48@ 0 @I194@ INDI 1 NAME Gustaf Anders /Olson/ 2 GIVN Gustaf Anders 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX M 1 _UID 539C80EC5B5C754FB638CAAC3C3B98B0F9B2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 FEB 2001 1 FAMC @F48@ 0 @I195@ INDI 1 NAME Katrina Elizabeth /Lee/ 2 GIVN Katrina Elizabeth 2 SURN Lee 1 SEX F 1 _UID 763896A4B736D147951CEAECAF7203A53D00 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2005 1 FAMC @F49@ 0 @I196@ INDI 1 NAME Cameron Michael /Lee/ 2 GIVN Cameron Michael 2 SURN Lee 1 SEX M 1 _UID 18E8C2C5C08ADF46A96D7A81BD13927EE742 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2005 1 FAMC @F49@ 0 @I197@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Henry /Bristol/ 2 GIVN Walter Henry 2 SURN Bristol 1 SEX M 1 _UID 0EADC0313232744FBE99F4A4F65D4186DCCF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 SEP 1873 2 PLAC Gowen, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 AUG 1949 2 PLAC Cook, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 31 AUG 1949 2 _SDATE 1 SEP 1949 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE in the Hillside Cemetery. 1 FAMS @F50@ 0 @I198@ INDI 1 NAME Phoebe A. /GATES/ 2 GIVN Phoebe A. 2 SURN GATES 1 SEX F 1 _UID 60117C17B8EFAF42B0066B50354FA0E516A1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 JUL 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JAN 1871 2 PLAC Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 DEC 1959 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 1 FAMS @F51@ 0 @I199@ INDI 1 NAME Laurel Genevieve /Danforth/ 2 GIVN Laurel Genevieve 2 SURN Danforth 1 SEX F 1 _UID E950FB145058F24EA921732B3B9472FDD6F9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JAN 1891 2 PLAC Hancock, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JUN 1995 2 PLAC Virginia, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Yes, she really did live to be 104! 1 FAMS @F52@ 1 FAMC @F522@ 0 @I200@ INDI 1 NAME Leah Ella /Bridges/ 2 GIVN Leah Ella 2 SURN Bridges 1 SEX F 1 _UID D024D9811EE93D4396C51C911806EAD8BD5D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 20 JAN 2010 1 NOTE Was told her last name was Bridges. Did Nellie married a Bridges before a R 2 CONC eeves? 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1889 2 PLAC [Platteville, Grant County?], Wisconsin 1 DEAT 2 DATE APR 1971 2 _SDATE 15 APR 1971 2 PLAC Lake Oswego, Clackamas County, Oregon 1 FAMS @F53@ 1 FAMS @F63@ 1 FAMC @F4542@ 0 @I201@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin Francis /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Benjamin Francis 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8F575A188A316A4584D9BD2B571E56D0A2D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 APR 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 NOV 1921 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 FEB 1979 2 PLAC Ellijay, Gilmer, GA, 30540 1 SSN 472-14-2508, issued MN (Before 1951). 1 FAMS @F58@ 1 FAMS @F1725@ 1 FAMC @F24@ 0 @I202@ INDI 1 NAME Gayle Marguerite /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Gayle Marguerite 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 2E2B0D3A5AE2B34BBB159E10BF78267F343A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMS @F59@ 1 FAMC @F24@ 0 @I203@ INDI 1 NAME Maurie John Wells /SHERMAN/ 2 GIVN Maurie John Wells 2 SURN SHERMAN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 12265955FD38BB4E9CA14DE53DCD9EC4FFC2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 APR 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 DEC 1927 2 PLAC Virginia, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1975 2 PLAC Parker, Arizona 1 BURI 2 DATE FEB 1975 2 _SDATE 15 FEB 1975 2 PLAC Gila Bend, Arizona 1 FAMS @F60@ 1 FAMC @F24@ 0 @I204@ INDI 1 NAME Lee Harrison /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Lee Harrison 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 659C7BFEDF07FF43A06D413DC208A716B45C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMS @F61@ 1 FAMC @F24@ 0 @I205@ INDI 1 NAME Homer Delano /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Homer Delano 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 578E9B85CD4D48478BDC7A08A6E2D4E8DB65 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMS @F62@ 1 FAMC @F24@ 0 @I206@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Bertine /Lyngstad/ 2 GIVN Anna Bertine 2 SURN Lyngstad 1 SEX F 1 _UID FD1CC508D4CA8C42B176A8F056F2CDA9CFDD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 JUN 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 OCT 1886 2 PLAC Tunga/Strinda parish, Trondheim, Norway 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1920 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Teacher 1 FAMS @F54@ 1 FAMC @F27@ 0 @I207@ INDI 1 NAME Ella Leah /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Ella Leah 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1841528AAE17204AB2C1A80ACD0452A14D4A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JAN 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1911 2 PLAC Virginia, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 RESI at 3420 Shawnee Dr #215 2 DATE BEF 28 MAY 1995 2 _SDATE 27 MAY 1995 2 PLAC Modesto, Stanislaus co., California, 95350 2 NOTE lived 3 years in the county. 1 DEAT 2 CAUS cardiopulmonary arrest; cardiovascular disease - years melasmtic liver cancer 2 DATE 28 MAY 1995 2 PLAC Hy-land Conv., Modesto, Stanislaus co., California, 95350 1 FAMS @F68@ 1 FAMS @F67@ 1 FAMC @F53@ 0 @I208@ INDI 1 NAME Roger Quarles /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Roger Quarles 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID CE579FC0A60A4A468AB7C0656D64BE823BA3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 APR 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 FEB 1913 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 JUN 2003 2 PLAC Hemet, CA 1 FAMS @F65@ 1 FAMS @F66@ 1 FAMC @F53@ 0 @I209@ INDI 1 NAME Earl DeWitt Emmett /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Earl DeWitt Emmett 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID EF23B7EF45F90B4A8C440384B9B15E117BBF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1915 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 JAN 1990 2 PLAC Baytown, Harris County, Texas 1 FAMS @F55@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I210@ INDI 1 NAME Blanche Irene /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Blanche Irene 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX F 1 _UID F4F56C450138134990619C16CD79AA54164B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMS @F56@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I211@ INDI 1 NAME John /Sherman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7B2B37604A53094CB8BA833B8EA20059E8AC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE Died as a result of his mother being very sick during her pregnancy,whi 2 CONC ch was said to be due to the "Cloquet Fire" which swept through thearea 2 CONC , especially through the location of the Lyngstad home, which wasdestro 2 CONC yed on 12 October 1918, in the Culver/Burnett area (IndustrialTownship, S 2 CONC t. Louis County). 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 NOV 1918 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 NOV 1918 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I212@ INDI 1 NAME Annabelle /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Annabelle 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 99A07CE272F8C644BB1B6EE6F61E099CEED9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 MAR 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1920 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 1 RESI 2 DATE 1950 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1950 2 PLAC 1475 Arona, Apt 105; St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE 1950-51 St. Paul Directory 1 DEAT 2 CAUS Stroke, 2 DATE 16 MAR 2010 2 PLAC GracePointe Crossing Gables East, Cambridge, Isanti County, Minnesota 1 BURI 2 DATE 18 MAR 2010 2 PLAC Lake Sarah Baptist Cemetery, Slayton, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F57@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I213@ INDI 1 NAME Nikolai /ANDREASSEN LYNGSTAD/ 2 GIVN Nikolai 2 SURN ANDREASSEN LYNGSTAD 1 SEX M 1 _UID 2BBB44B9F3FFFD44AAA42C59E1BE0369F41F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Listen over gårder er hentet fra "Norske Gaardnavne". 2 CONT b.15, s.182 67. Lyngstad. Udt. lø2ngsta. -- af Liungstadom AB. 5. [ 2 CONC i Lyngstad (øvre og nedre) G. 115]. Lagestowen (!) NRJ. II 226. Lyng- s 2 CONC tadt DN. XI 779 c. 1550. Liungstad 1559. Ly 2 CONC ngsta 1590 (2 Gaarde). Lungstad 1626. Løngsta 1668. Lyngstad 1723. Et G 2 CONC aardnavn, som nu skrives Lyngstad, findes ogsaa i Gran, i I. Holmedal o 2 CONC g i Kvernes, og tidligere har der været et Lønngstad i Tingvold. Der sy 2 CONC nes at være Sandsynlighed for, at de indeholder et Personnavn. Navnet i K 2 CONC vernes skrives AB. 71 af Lingulfstadhom og skulde derfor antages at vær 2 CONC e sms. med et Mandsnavn Lingulfr, til hvilket der findes et enkelt Spor p 2 CONC aa Island, men som ellers ikke kjendes fra de nordiske Lande, hvor- imo 2 CONC d det er kjendt som et gammeltydsk Mandsnavn (Förstemann I S. 847). Ell 2 CONC ers kunde tænkes paa Mandsnavnet Lýtingr, hvis man kunde antage, at det 2 CONC te allerede paa den Tid, da AB. blev skrevet, var bleven ukjendeligt i U 2 CONC dtalen (O. R.). Paa Elvenavnet Lygna kan her neppe tænkes, da den forbi G 2 CONC aarden flydende Bæk synes at have havt et andet Navn, jfr. GN. 74 (Pers 2 CONC onn. i Stedsn. S. 178). 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 APR 1861 2 PLAC Klettan II/Lyngstad farm, Inderøy, Norway 2 NOTE fra "Norske Gaardnavne". 3 CONT Lyngstad Gård, Sakshaug Sogn, Inderøen Herred, Nordre Trondhjems amt. 3 CONT 3 CONT "Klettan II" source is "Inderøyboka, Bind III; Husmannssoga for Inderøy 3 CONC , Røra, Sandvollan - Inderøy Bygdebok III. 1964" 3 CONT 3 CONT From Inderøyboka: Klettan I and II, Sør-Lyngstad, p.511-512. Maldrup Kr 3 CONC istianssen and family at Klettan I, Andreas Kristianssen and family at K 3 CONC lettan II. 1 CHR 2 DATE 19 MAY 1861 2 PLAC Inderøy parish, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 1 CENS 2 DATE 1865 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1865 2 PLAC Kletan (gard), Saxhaug Sokn, Inderøen Prestegjeld, Nord-Trondelag, Norway 2 NOTE Kletan gard (farm), [6te og 7de Kreds] Merknad (sokn), Saxhaug Sokn (pa 3 CONC rish), 3 CONT Inderøen Prestegjeld (district), Nord-Trondelag county, Norway 3 CONT 3 CONT Sør-Lyngstad 2 SOUR @S1354@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1865 Norway Census- Kletan, Lyngstad census 5 CONT 5 CONT Personnr. Hushald Førenamn Etternamn Fam. stilling Yrke Sivilstand Alde 5 CONC r Kjønn Fødestad Får Geit Bygg Havre Poteter 5 CONT 32 1 Andreas Kristians. Husfader Husmand med Jord g 53 m Inderøens Præs 5 CONC tegjeld 6 1 1/8 1 3 1/2 5 CONT 1 Martha Zakariasd. hans Kone g 48 k Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 2 Nikolai Andreass. deres Søn ug 5 m Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 5 CONT 1865-telling for 1729 Inderøen Distriktsnr. Side Skuledistrikt Sokn Pre 5 CONC stegjeld Merknad (sokn) Gard Overskrift 5 CONT 4 92 4de Saxhaug Inderøen ( 6te og 7de Kreds ) Kletan 1 5 CONT Personnr. Hushald Førenamn Etternamn Fam. stilling Yrke Sivilstand Alde 5 CONC r Kjønn Fødestad Stort kveg Får Svin Bygg Havre Poteter 5 CONT 5 CONT 22 1 Malderup Kristians. Husfader Husmand med Jord g 41 m Inderøens P 5 CONC ræstegjeld 1 3 1/4 1 1/2 4 1/2 5 CONT 23 Grete Johanna Nilsd. hans Kone g 42 k Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 24 Anne M. Malderupsd. deres Datter ug 10 k Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 25 Ingeborg=Anna Malderupsd. deres Datter ug 7 k Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 26 Nikolai Malderups. deres Søn ug 5 m Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 27 Magnus Malderups. deres Søn ug 3 m Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 28 1 Johannes Andreass. Logerende Grubearbeider g 31 m Inderøens Præste 5 CONC gjeld 1 5 CONT 29 Hanna Petersd. hans Kone g 25 k Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 5 CONT 30 Jon Martin Johanness. deres Søn ug 1 m Inderøens Præstegjeld 5 CONT 31 Anthonia Johannesd. deres Datter ug 3 k Inderøens Præstegjeld 1 CENS 2 DATE 1875 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1875 2 PLAC Bustad No.54, Kletan, Gard #129, Lyngstad farm, Inderøen district, Nord-Trondelag, Norway 2 NOTE Bustad No.54, Kletan, Gard #129, Lyngstad farm (from Inderøyboka: Sør-L 3 CONC yngstad), Inderøen district, Nord-Trondelag, Norway 2 SOUR @S1356@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1875 Norway Census - Kletan, Lyngstad, Inderøen 5 CONT 5 CONT 1875-telling for 1729 Inderøy 5 CONT Kretsnr/ Herad /Bustad nr./ Bustad /Gardnr 5 CONT 5/ Inderøy /54 [and 55] /Kletan /129 5 CONT Personnr. Hushald Førenamn Etternamn Kjønn Fam. stilling Sivilstand Yrk 5 CONC e Fødd år Fødestad Bostatus Sauer Svin Bygg Havre Erter Poteter 5 CONT Bustad Nr. 54 5 CONT 1 1 Andreas Kristiansen m hf g Husmand med Jord 1813 Sakshaug Sogn Inde 5 CONC røens Pr. b 7 1 1/10 3/4 1/16 4 5 CONT 2 Berit Marta Sakariasdatter k Hans Kone g 1823 Sakshaug Sogn Inderøens P 5 CONC r. b 5 CONT 5 CONT 3 Nikolai Andreassen m Deres s 1861 Sakshaug Sogn Inderøens Pr. b 5 CONT 5 CONT Bustad Nr. 55 5 CONT 1 1 Maldrup Kristiansen m hf g Husmand med Jord og Gaardsarbeider 1825 S 5 CONC akshaug Sogn Inderøens Pr. b 1 4 1 1/10 1 1/4 4 1/2 5 CONT 2 Grete Nilsdatter k Hans Kone g 1824 Sakshaug Sogn Inderøens Pr. b 5 CONT 3 Magnus Maldrupsen m Deres s 1863 Sakshaug Sogn Inderøens Pr. b 5 CONT 4 Jon Maldrupsen m Deres s 1867 Sakshaug Sogn Inderøens Pr. b 5 CONT 5 Anna Maldrupsdatter k Deres d ug Hjelper Faderen 1856 Sakshaug Sogn I 5 CONC nderøens Pr. b 5 CONT 6 Grete Jonsdatter k Hendes d 1873 Sakshaug Sogn Inderøens Pr. b 1 CENS 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Industrial Twp, [District 133 ], St. Louis County, Minnesota 2 NOTE Living with son, John. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JUN 1931 2 SOUR @S1133@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnstloui/190024s3.htm 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1900-1924 5 CONT 5 CONT Lone - Lytle 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT LYNGSTAD BERTHA MARTHA 1/3/1921 6616 INDUSTRIAL 5 CONT LYNGSTAD OLAF ARTHUR 7/26/1906 5000 INDUSTRIAL 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1900-1924 5 CONT 5 CONT Seara - Shouner 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN ANNA B 2/5/1920 6113 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN ARNOLD R. 7/5/1917 733 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5003 TOWER 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5004 TOWER 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5005 TOWER 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 5/31/1906 3030 5 CONT SHERMAN FRED NA 4/27/1905 1945 5 CONT SHERMAN GOLDA NA 6/27/1917 711 5 CONT SHERMAN IRENE W. 11/21/1902 708 5 CONT SHERMAN JANE BEVERLY 6/30/1918 7863 VIRGINIA 5 CONT SHERMAN LAMBERT NA 5/3/1914 448 5 CONT SHERMAN LEWIS NA 4/29/1909 319 5 CONT SHERMAN MALE NA 11/5/1918 6512 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN MALE NA 12/8/1921 6265 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN MATT NA 10/10/1916 898 5 CONT SHERMAN NORMAN FOX 2/24/1923 6335 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN SYLVESTER M. 1/19/1910 47 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1925-1949 5 CONT 5 CONT Shadley - Skomsvold 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN ADDIE JANE 1/8/1945 5082 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN ANGELINE ELINORA 4/17/1942 5106 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN ANNA NA 5/24/1949 544 5 CONT SHERMAN CHARLES NA 4/3/1937 348 5 CONT SHERMAN DELINDA HALL 1/16/1937 5370 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN EDITH M. 11/3/1934 976 5 CONT SHERMAN EMMA NA 10/18/1938 970 5 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 11/23/1930 1087 5 CONT SHERMAN FRANCES NA 9/25/1934 840 5 CONT SHERMAN FRANK NA 4/12/1932 323 5 CONT SHERMAN FRANK NA 7/8/1934 599 5 CONT SHERMAN GEORGE F. 7/28/1930 701 5 CONT SHERMAN GEORGE H 10/23/1941 1017 5 CONT SHERMAN HENRY ERNEST 10/8/1932 906 5 CONT SHERMAN HOMER NA 6/19/1926 6498 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN JAMES W. 9/24/1927 891 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN JOHN AUGUST 8/20/1939 5223 VIRGINIA 5 CONT SHERMAN JOSEPH OREN 1/4/1943 5092 HIBBING 5 CONT SHERMAN LAUREL MAY 8/22/1926 5582 ANGORA 5 CONT 5 CONT SHERMAN LENA NA 6/29/1944 669 5 CONT SHERMAN MALE STILLBORN 1/16/1944 61 5 CONT SHERMAN MARY NA 5/27/1939 495 5 CONT SHERMAN MAY NA 5/27/1939 0 AKA MARY #495 5 CONT SHERMAN MERLENE LOUISE 11/28/1942 1152 5 CONT SHERMAN PETER NA 5/3/1944 463 5 CONT SHERMAN RONALD EARL 10/18/1947 1064 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1975-1999 5 CONT 5 CONT Landgren - Larson 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT LARSON ORVILLE NA 12/22/1978 1267 5 CONT 5 CONT LARSON VIOLET E 9/11/1998 1099 5 CONT 5 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 5 CONT 5 CONT 1925-1949 5 CONT 5 CONT Lundgren - Lyytinen 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT LYNGSTEAD NICHOLOI NA 6/27/1931 575 1 FAMS @F27@ 1 FAMC @F83@ 0 @I214@ INDI 1 NAME Irene Evangeline /Roseen/ 2 GIVN Irene Evangeline 2 SURN Roseen 1 SEX F 1 _UID F2F9A16E6C1BA747983F80E52FDA1B0CDBD7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 FEB 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Roseau, Roseau County, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 NOV 2005 2 PLAC Baytown, Harris County, Texas 2 NOTE http://obit.navarrefuneralhome.com/obit_display.cgi?id=266452&clientid= 3 CONC navarrefuneralhome&listing=Current 3 CONT 3 CONT Irene Evangeline Sherman, 85, faithful wife, loving mother, grandmother 3 CONC , great-grandmother and dear friend walked victoriously through “the va 3 CONC lley of the shadow of death” on November 19, 2005. 3 CONT 3 CONT Irene was the oldest of four children born to Oscar and Edith Roseen on J 3 CONC uly 14, 1920, in Roseau, MN. Irene spoke only Swedish until she was 5 y 3 CONC ears old. Her parents instilled within her an incredible work ethic, a t 3 CONC enacity for perseverance, a love for music, and the ability to love lif 3 CONC e. 3 CONT 3 CONT She was an incredible hostess. Her home was always filled with guests, b 3 CONC oth young and old. In fact, Shari Capps met Eddie, a young handsome Air F 3 CONC orce recruit, in her parent’s home at an after-church fellowship. Johnn 3 CONC y and Carol remember vividly always coming home to a house full of trul 3 CONC y honored guests. All of them were fed a big meal, an awesome desert, a 3 CONC nd an incredible sample of God’s real love. 3 CONT 3 CONT Irene worked for 29 years as head cashier and bookkeeper at J.C. Penny’ 3 CONC s. She would stay for hours after closing to balance the books to the p 3 CONC enny. Integrity, diligence, and loyalty were part of her daily dress. A 3 CONC s a pastor’s wife, she was always supportive, encouraging, and engaging 3 CONC . 3 CONT 3 CONT Irene leaves such a legacy. Her husband Earl preceded her in death on J 3 CONC anuary 2, 1990. Her parents and her brother, Delmer, also greeted her i 3 CONC n glory. Shari (Eddie) Capps, Johnny (Ginger) Sherman and Carol (Leonar 3 CONC d) George had the joy of knowing her as mother. Her Grandchildren inclu 3 CONC de: Jeffrey Capps, Janna Lamb, Tiffany Wright, Taryn Sherman, Todd Sher 3 CONC man, Michelle Cagle, Tammy Wimbish, and Ashley Arrington. The Great-gra 3 CONC ndchildren are Jeremy Capps, Marlo Lamb, Jordan Lamb, Kirby McCready, W 3 CONC imberly Wright, Kendall Wright, Cannon Cagle, Kylie Wimbish and Macie W 3 CONC imbish. She is also survived by two sisters; Helen Skime and Loraine Gr 3 CONC ahn and her husband Kenny, both from Minnesota. 3 CONT 3 CONT Irene was a member of Cedar Bayou Baptist Church. She had resided at St 3 CONC . James House for the past 9 months. Special thanks go to her many frie 3 CONC nds at Cedar Bayou Baptist Church and Trinity Baptist Church, all careg 3 CONC ivers at Swan Manor and St. James House. 3 CONT 3 CONT Expressions of love may be made to Cedar Bayou Baptist Church and Trini 3 CONC ty Baptist Church. After Earl’s death, Trinity Baptist continued to hon 3 CONC or his memory with gifts of love to Irene. Thank you for loving our Mot 3 CONC her as you have. 3 CONT Her family will receive friends at Navarre Funeral Home on Sunday, Nove 3 CONC mber 20, 2005 from 3:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m. Funeral services will be Monda 3 CONC y, November 21, 2005 at 2:00 P.M. at Navarre Funeral Home with Rev. Joh 3 CONC nny Sherman officiating. Burial will follow at Memory Gardens Mausoleum 3 CONC . 3 CONT 3 CONT Sincerely, 3 CONT 3 CONT Shari, Johnny and Carol 3 CONT 3 CONT To view the online obituary or to post a tribute for the family, go to w 3 CONC ww.navarrefuneralhome.com 3 CONT Arrangements are under the direction of Navarre Funeral Home, 2444 Roll 3 CONC ingbrook Dr., Baytown, TX, 77521, 281-422-8111. 3 CONT 1 BURI 2 DATE 21 NOV 2005 2 PLAC Memory Gardens, 8624 Garth Rd. Baytown, TX US 77521 1 FAMS @F55@ 1 FAMC @F554@ 0 @I215@ INDI 1 NAME Virgil Louis /Sanders/ 2 GIVN Virgil Louis 2 SURN Sanders 1 SEX M 1 _UID 804F0197CD1E404F9AB4B2CE39122EE40CCF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 FEB 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1911 2 PLAC (Mandan?), North Dakota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1959 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 4 MAY 1959 2 _SDATE 5 MAY 1959 2 PLAC St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Roselawn Cemetery. 1 FAMS @F56@ 1 FAMC @F549@ 0 @I216@ INDI 1 NAME John Allen /Kramer/ 2 GIVN John Allen 2 SURN Kramer 1 SEX M 1 _UID 82B778F54230C3429F9C967AE9DD452699FF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 MAR 2010 1 NOTE old address 2 CONT 19 Pinto Lane 2 CONT Isanti, MN 55040 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 NOV 1922 2 PLAC Springfield, Ohio 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 SEP 2009 2 PLAC GracePointe Crossing Gables East, Cambridge, Isanti County, Minnesota 1 BURI 2 DATE 26 SEP 2009 2 PLAC Lake Sarah Baptist Cemetery, Slayton, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F57@ 1 FAMC @F524@ 0 @I217@ INDI 1 NAME Doris Mathilda /Molander/ 2 GIVN Doris Mathilda 2 SURN Molander 1 SEX F 1 _UID CF10BD4075FCF14D99D2D7784547893791FF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F58@ 1 FAMC @F525@ 0 @I218@ INDI 1 NAME George Edward /Peterson/ 2 GIVN George Edward 2 SURN Peterson 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6048F164D6FE5044878D9A5A0E5533DCDFDA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 JUL 2005 1 FAMS @F59@ 1 FAMC @F532@ 0 @I219@ INDI 1 NAME Darlene Jane /Thompson/ 2 GIVN Darlene Jane 2 SURN Thompson 1 SEX F 1 _UID 7D5C2534283E1B439F9B2AD173B614036B30 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 JUN 2005 1 FAMS @F60@ 1 FAMC @F533@ 0 @I220@ INDI 1 NAME Cora Mae Jean /Sanford/ 2 GIVN Cora Mae Jean 2 SURN Sanford 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8582B556CA8232419ACD55F56DACF766F8BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F61@ 1 FAMC @F526@ 0 @I221@ INDI 1 NAME Jacqueline Bernice /Aras/ 2 GIVN Jacqueline Bernice 2 SURN Aras 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9361227102E91B49A79F73992119F5D82F03 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F62@ 1 FAMC @F527@ 0 @I222@ INDI 1 NAME Arvid John /Axelson/ 2 GIVN Arvid John 2 SURN Axelson 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5E540DEBC5EF084E8BFCA199BF06744AF83F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 JUN 1884 2 PLAC Sweden 2 NOTE Emigranten Populär, 1783-1951 Swedish Emigration Records, 1783-1951 abo 3 CONC ut Arvid Axelson 3 CONT Name: Arvid Axelson 3 CONT Birth Year: abt 1884 3 CONT Gender: Man (Male) 3 CONT Place of Origin: Fors Södermanland Län, Sverige 3 CONT Destination: Preston ID 3 CONT Record Date: 21 apr 1911 3 CONT Port of Departure: Göteborg 3 CONT Database Name: EmiHamn 3 CONT Archive Call Number: 94:441:99809 3 CONT Principal Person: Axelson Arvid 1 EVEN registered for the draft. 2 TYPE Military 2 DATE 1917/8 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1918 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 DEC 1968 2 PLAC Vancouver, Clark county, Washington, 98660 2 NOTE Listed in Oregon Death Index as dying in Multnomah County, Oregon, and a 3 CONC lso in Washington Death Index as dying in Vancouver, Washington. Social S 3 CONC ecurity Death Index says last residence Vancouver. 1 FAMS @F63@ 0 @I223@ INDI 1 NAME (Emma M.) Nellie /Quarles/ 2 GIVN (Emma M.) Nellie 2 SURN Quarles 1 SEX F 1 _UID 00E2B06C686E1E4FAA219CC65EF5D9EB8598 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 FEB 2010 1 NOTE View Record 2 CONT Shuler Niles 19 Jun 1897 Polk 2 CONT View Record 2 CONT Emma M Bridget 19 Jun 1897 Polk 2 CONT View Record 2 CONT Roy C Fuller 19 Jun 1897 Polk 2 CONT View Record 2 CONT Martha C Johnson 19 Jun 1897 Polk 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ????????????????????????????????????????? 2 CONT Wisconsin Marriages, pre-1907 about Nellie Bridge 2 CONT Name: Nellie Bridge 2 CONT Marriage Date: 27 Dec 1890 2 CONT County: Iowa 2 CONT Volume: 03 2 CONT Page: 0153 2 CONT View Record 2 CONT Anthony Anderson 27 Dec 1890 Iowa 2 CONT View Record 2 CONT Chas N Fillbory 27 Dec 1890 Iowa 2 CONT View Record 2 CONT Julia Hendy 27 Dec 1890 Iowa 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT ???????? 2 CONT 2 CONT Name: Harrison Bridges 2 CONT Spouse: Emma Guerrels 2 CONT Marriage Date: 14 Oct 1888 2 CONT County: Grant 2 CONT State: WI 1 BIRT 2 DATE AUG 1872 2 _SDATE 15 AUG 1872 2 PLAC Wisconsin 2 NOTE Aug 1872? 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Platteville, Grant County, Wisconsin 2 NOTE Juliet Nicholls, 47, Keeping House, Illinois, Vermont, England 3 CONT Emma M. Quarles, 10, daughter, Wisconsin, Virginia, Illinois 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 AUG 1952 2 PLAC Washington 2 NOTE Emma M. Niles in Washington death index. Certificate number 13545. 1 FAMS @F4542@ 1 FAMS @F4522@ 1 FAMS @F4519@ 1 FAMC @F4523@ 0 @I224@ INDI 1 NAME Clemena/ Clema Willabelle /Ryan/ 2 GIVN Clemena/ Clema Willabelle 2 SURN Ryan 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5954DAACA2AA284192E880BF29AAC2A4DA50 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2010 1 NOTE SSDI 2 CONT Clema W 2 CONT SHERMAN 429-34-3643 31 May 1915 7 Jul 2007 Lake Oswego 2 CONT Clackamas 2 CONT OR 97035 AR 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAY 1915 2 PLAC Enders, Cleburne County, Arkansas 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 JUL 2007 2 PLAC Lake Oswego, Clackamas, OR (97034). 1 FAMS @F65@ 1 FAMC @F4546@ 0 @I225@ INDI 1 NAME Gene // 2 GIVN Gene 1 SEX F 1 _UID 39ADA27E9C93F249B544E68C2CFD9229BF33 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 JUN 2005 1 FAMS @F66@ 0 @I226@ INDI 1 NAME James T. /Wainwright/ 2 GIVN James T. 2 SURN Wainwright 1 SEX M 1 _UID 54D5E7BD4E4C184EAF49F0EF6D8E6C2934B1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JAN 2010 1 NOTE a pilot and killed in the war 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 OCT 1911 2 PLAC Douglas County, Wisconsin 2 NOTE ???? b. ca. 1911. This birth date, the SSDI shows died 1985 which is no 3 CONC t the right one if he died young. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 2 NOTE b.ca 1911 with grandmother 56 yr old Bertha Newgard of Denmark. 1 RESI at 326 Chapman St. 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F67@ 1 FAMC @F4527@ 0 @I227@ INDI 1 NAME Edward C /Thompson/ 2 GIVN Edward C 2 SURN Thompson 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8C71001826DD05438D9F8D6F2C506E7DEF9E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 JAN 2010 1 NOTE California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Edward C Thompson 2 CONT Name: Edward C Thompson 2 CONT Social Security #: 37185276 2 CONT Sex: MALE 2 CONT Birth Date: 2 Feb 1911 2 CONT Birthplace: Illinois 2 CONT Death Date: 9 Oct 1963 2 CONT Death Place: San Francisco 2 CONT Mother's Maiden Name: Oconnell 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 FEB 1911 2 PLAC Illinois 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 OCT 1963 2 PLAC San Francisco 1 FAMS @F68@ 1 FAMC @F4561@ 0 @I228@ INDI 1 NAME James T. /Wainwright/ 2 GIVN James T. 2 SURN Wainwright 1 SEX M 1 _UID 472C212D08D1254E94B08C3DC367C2A5ABF9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JAN 2010 1 NOTE The Rev. James T. “Bro. Jim” Wainwright, 72, of Mexico, died at 1:54 p. 2 CONC m. on May 6, 2006, at Audrain Medical Center. 2 CONT 2 CONT A memorial service celebrating his life will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday 2 CONC , May 20, at Lockewood Park Baptist Church with the Rev. Randy Jones of 2 CONC ficiating. A reception will follow in the Fellowship Hall of the church 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT Mr. Wainwright was born on Sept. 4, 1933, in Portland, Ore., the son of J 2 CONC ames T. and Leah Sherman Thompson Wainwright. He was a retired career N 2 CONC aval officer with 20 years of service and attained the rank of Senior C 2 CONC hief. He was also ordained and licensed in Oklahoma as a Southern Bapti 2 CONC st minister. In Missouri he pastored in Edina, the Ebenezer Baptist Chu 2 CONC rch in Fulton, Perry Baptist Church, and served as Interim Director of M 2 CONC issions for Callaway/Audrain Association, now known as Grand Crossings B 2 CONC aptist Association. He also provided pulpit supply for many churches in t 2 CONC he Association. He was currently a member of Lockewood Park Baptist Chu 2 CONC rch in Mexico where he was a Sunday school teacher and Bible study lead 2 CONC er. 2 CONT 2 CONT He was married to Vivian, who died in 2003. He then married Twila McKin 2 CONC ney, who survives at the home. 2 CONT 2 CONT In addition to his wife, survivors include one son, James T. Wainwright J 2 CONC r. and wife Diane, Dublin, Calif.; one daughter, Leah Moody and husband R 2 CONC ick, La Mirada, Calif.; one stepson, Michael McKinney and wife Julie, G 2 CONC ranite City, Ill.; one stepdaughter, Regina Wigger and husband Gary, Fl 2 CONC orissant; six grandchildren and one great grandchild. 2 CONT 2 CONT One son, Robert Eugene Wainwright, preceded him in death in 2002. 2 CONT 2 CONT Memorials may be given to the Lockewood Park Baptist Church or to the A 2 CONC MC Charitable Foundation. They may be sent in care of Pickering Funeral H 2 CONC ome, 403 N. Western, Mexico, MO 65265. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 SEP 1933 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1951 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1950 2 PLAC New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 MAY 2006 2 PLAC Audrain Medical Center, 620 E. Monroe, Mexico, Missouri, 65265 1 FAMS @F4534@ 1 FAMS @F1314@ 1 FAMS @F4524@ 1 FAMC @F67@ 0 @I229@ INDI 1 NAME Emily\Emma /Hall/ 2 GIVN Emily\Emma 2 SURN Hall 1 SEX F 1 _UID B06AC05F94F62E468A619BE247376952D835 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2010 1 NOTE From Cattaraugus County Testators Index: 2 CONT (unsure which Emma, could be other wife): 2 CONT 2 CONT EDICK, EMMA DAYTON5-13-225 2 CONT 2 CONT ________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Source Information: Batch Number: 8605207 Sheet: 29 Source Call No.: 1 2 CONC 396166 <../../library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=filmhitl 2 CONC ist&columns=*%2C180%2C0&filmno=1396166> Type: Film 2 CONT 2 CONT IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5 2 CONC .0 2 CONT North America 2 CONT Search Results <../customsearchresults.asp?fn1=emily&ln1=hall&ffn1=& 2 CONC fln1=&mfn1=&mln1=&sfn1=&sln1=&ei1=0&td1=&fd1=&j11=US&j21=NYor&j31=&j41= 2 CONC &sdz1=&dr1=0&dri1=0&bn1=8605207&sr1=29&flmn1=&flen1=&sbn1=&Scn1=&r1=11& 2 CONC rf1=North+America&j1f1=United+States&j2f1=New+York&j3f1=&j4f1=&LDS1=1&r 2 CONC _g1=&p_s_n1=&c_hfn1=&c_hln1=&c_s1=&c_c1=&c_t1=&c_r1=&c_rf1=&c_locf1=&c_ 2 CONC nm1=&c_cd1=&LDS=1> | Download | < 2 CONC u>Pedigree 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT EMILY HALL 2 CONT Female 2 CONT 2 CONT Event(s): 2 CONT Birth: 1848 , Wyoming, New York 2 CONT Christening: 2 CONT Death: 2 CONT Burial: 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Parents: 2 CONT Father: HARVEY HALL Family 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Mother: LUCY 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S597@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1848 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1848 2 PLAC Java, New York? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1885 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1885 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York? 1 BURI 2 DATE 1885 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1885 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE Leon Union (Treat) Cemetery. 1 FAMS @F73@ 1 FAMC @F28@ 0 @I230@ INDI 1 NAME Oliva (Elvira? Olivia?) /HUBBARD? HULBURT? FOX? MORRIS?/ 2 GIVN Oliva (Elvira? Olivia?) 2 SURN HUBBARD? HULBURT? FOX? MORRIS? 1 SEX F 1 _UID 900940489BB4CF4B94CFCB90B1B0D8A5266C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 MAR 2010 1 FAMS @F69@ 1 FAMC @F4018@ 0 @I231@ INDI 1 NAME Morris L. /Hall/ 2 GIVN Morris L. 2 SURN Hall 1 SEX M 1 _UID E046F62C13F853479B336069DA5C2DF5DC68 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 MAR 2010 1 NOTE "SFD" Fire Dept. 2 CONT Built Hall's Opera House in Springville, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT obit? 2 CONT Buffalo morning express (Buffalo, N.Y. : 1878) 2 CONT Published 1878-1926 : Daily : OCLC 11890854 2 CONT NY 96 Buffalo 93-31548 2 CONT F <1878:1:7-1926:6:13> 2 CONT 2 CONT Buffalo Demokrat (Buffalo, N.Y. : Weekly) 2 CONT Published 1894-19uu : Weekly : OCLC 13561240 2 CONT NY 96 Buffalo 93-31576 2 CONT F <1894:2:8-1918:7:11> 2 CONT 2 CONT Buffalo courier (Buffalo, N.Y. : 1888) 2 CONT Published 1888-1926 : Daily : OCLC 09715201 2 CONT NY 96 Buffalo 93-31534 2 CONT F <1888:7:1-1926:6:13> 2 CONT 2 CONT Daily Christian Advocate (Buffalo, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1860-1936 : Daily : OCLC 11405138 2 CONT NY 96 Buffalo 93-31557 2 CONT F <1860:5:2-6:5> 2 CONT Master microfilm 2 CONT M <1860:5:2-6:5> 2 CONT 2 CONT New age (Buffalo, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1912-1925 : Weekly : OCLC 13567305 2 CONT NY 96 Buffalo 93-31570 2 CONT F <1917:6:2-1918:5:25> 2 CONT 2 CONT Holland review. 2 CONT Published 1889-1969 : Weekly : OCLC 15989853 2 CONT NY 93 Bliss 93-31502 2 CONT F <1922:12:29> <1923:2:2,18> 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Morris' birth? 1844? 2 CONT 2 CONT Springville express. 2 CONT Published 1844-18uu : Weekly : OCLC 11360266 2 CONT NY 96 Springville 94-13403 2 CONT F <1844:11:23-1848:7:22> 2 CONT Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1844:11:23-1848:7:22> 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 OCT 1845 2 PLAC Sheldon or Java, Wyoming County, or Holland, Erie County, New York? 2 NOTE According to the death certificate. Informant was his wife's brother. G 3 CONC ravemarker says 1843, but concord history and death record say 1845. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Springville (village), Concord Twp, Erie county, New York 2 SOUR @S1161@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1910 Springville, Concord Twp, Erie County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.26 of 45 5 CONT 5 CONT 328/354 Luther J. Shuttleworth , Head, M, W, 44, M1, 18 yrs married, Ne 5 CONC w York, Eng-English, Massachusetts. Contractor, House 5 CONT Esther, Wife, F, W, 42, M1, 18 yrs married, 3 children, 3 living, New Y 5 CONC ork, Wales- English, Wales-English 5 CONT Esther G., Daughter, F, W, 17, S, New York, New York, New York 5 CONT Richard R., Son, M, W, 13, S, New York, New York, New York 5 CONT Doris E., Son, F, W, 11, S, New York, New York, New York 5 CONT Hall, Morris L, Brother-in-law, M, W, 67, Wd, New York, New York, New Y 5 CONC ork, Own Income 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 AUG 1916 2 PLAC Springville (village), Erie county, New York 2 NOTE Valvular heart disease. Parents on death record listed as "Wm Hall" and O 3 CONC liva Hubbard. From Harvey's probate record, it is known that Morris is h 3 CONC is son. 1 BURI 2 DATE 31 AUG 1916 2 PLAC Springville, Erie county, New York 2 NOTE Maplewood cemetery. 1 FAMS @F3033@ 1 FAMC @F69@ 0 @I232@ INDI 1 NAME Marintha /Rogers/ 2 GIVN Marintha 2 SURN Rogers 1 SEX F 1 _UID 06C4BC20C911934BAF4166C25DBFCDE342E7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 JUN 1829 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 AUG 1908 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC Protection Cemetery, Arcade, Sardinia Twp, Erie county, New York 2 SOUR @S887@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia-prot-cem.html 5 CONT Protection Cemetery 5 CONT 5 CONT Arcade 5 CONT Town of Sardinia, Erie County, New York. 5 CONT 5 CONT KIMBALL 5 CONT Arcilia, w of Harrison Apr., 5, 1905 88 yr 5 CONT Asa, Mar 25, 1858 , 59 yr 11 mo 11 da 5 CONT Betsy, W of John Apr. 14, 1852 76 yr 5 CONT Caroline, ( Parker ) w of Samuel 1821 - 1857 5 CONT Chapin W., 1833 - 1887 5 CONT Charles, Dec. 11, 1842 17 da 5 CONT Ellen, July 3, 1848 , 9 da 5 CONT Elizabeth, da. Oct. 21, 1844 20 yr 6 mo 5 CONT Esther, ( Whaley ) 1843 - 1920 5 CONT Frank, Sept. 9, 1857 - Apr. 26, 1890 5 CONT Hannah, ( Little Homer ) Mar 26, 1866 10 yr 11 mo 9 da 5 CONT Harlow W., Jan 7, 1843 1 yr 11 mo 7 da 5 CONT Homer, 1846 - 1847 5 CONT Irving M., Oct. 10, 1851 8 yr 1 da 5 CONT James, July 7, 1888 ,7 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Julia Ann, Sept. 19, 1894 85 yr 1 mo 8 da 5 CONT John, 1816 - 1881 5 CONT John, Sept. 27, 1849 80 yr 5 CONT L.R., 1824 - 1904 5 CONT Lucretia A., wife Sept. 18, 1833 - Nov 27, 1857 5 CONT Lucy, 1827 - 1901 Harrison, June 9, 1891 80 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Lucy (Silloway), W of Chapin W. 1835 - 1920 5 CONT M., 1888 - 1900 5 CONT Marintha, wife 1829 - 1908 5 CONT Sally, Apr. 10, 1870 . 68 yr 11 mo 5 CONT Samuel , 1817 - 1900 5 CONT Smith, Mar 18, 1861 38 yr 11 mo 10 da 5 CONT dau., 1866 - 1866 1 FAMS @F70@ 1 FAMS @F71@ 1 FAMC @F89@ 0 @I233@ INDI 1 NAME Deloss W[hite?] /Kimball/ 2 GIVN Deloss W[hite?] 2 SURN Kimball 1 SEX M 1 _UID B0F5249D7A9EAE4C9B03E179102E2D4D2847 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 MAY 1831 2 PLAC (Holland, Erie county, New York?) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC South Wales P.O., Holland, Erie County, New York 2 SOUR @S1170@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1870 South Wales P.O., Holland, Erie County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.16 of 37 5 CONT 26 July 1870 5 CONT 5 CONT 143/132 5 CONT James Kimball 69, M, W, Farmer, 3,000 RE, 2,700 PE, b.Vermont 5 CONT Julia A., 60, F, W, Keeping House, b, New York 5 CONT Esther, 26, F, W, At Home, b.New York 5 CONT Lucy, 42, F, W, Domestic Servant, b. New York 5 CONT 144/133 5 CONT DeLos Kimball 38, M, W, Farmer, 2,000 RE, 1,000 PE, b.New York 5 CONT Marintha, [says 40 should be 41], F, W, Keeping House, b.New York 5 CONT Frank 12, M, W, b.New York 5 CONT Hartwell Rogers 35, M, W, Farm Laborer, b.New York 5 CONT 145/134 Jonas Colby etc,43, b.New York 5 CONT 146/135 Peter Colby etc, 68 b.Vermont 5 CONT 5 CONT 148/138 George Moore family including: 5 CONT Stephen Parker, 83, b.Vermont 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F72@ 1 FAMS @F71@ 1 FAMC @F249@ 0 @I234@ INDI 1 NAME Lucretia /Davis/ 2 GIVN Lucretia 2 SURN Davis 1 SEX F 1 _UID C584B1C0A57BD648B27373FD5A6363ED9AFF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 SEP 1833 2 SOUR @S1088@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia-prot-cem.html 5 CONT KIMBALL 5 CONT Arcilia, w of Harrison Apr., 5, 1905 88 yr 5 CONT Asa, Mar 25, 1858 , 59 yr 11 mo 11 da 5 CONT Betsy, W of John Apr. 14, 1852 76 yr 5 CONT Caroline, ( Parker ) w of Samuel 1821 - 1857 5 CONT Chapin W., 1833 - 1887 5 CONT Charles, Dec. 11, 1842 17 da 5 CONT Ellen, July 3, 1848 , 9 da 5 CONT Elizabeth, da. Oct. 21, 1844 20 yr 6 mo 5 CONT Esther, ( Whaley ) 1843 - 1920 5 CONT Frank, Sept. 9, 1857 - Apr. 26, 1890 5 CONT Hannah, ( Little Homer ) Mar 26, 1866 10 yr 11 mo 9 da 5 CONT Harlow W., Jan 7, 1843 1 yr 11 mo 7 da 5 CONT Homer, 1846 - 1847 5 CONT Irving M., Oct. 10, 1851 8 yr 1 da 5 CONT James, July 7, 1888 ,7 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Julia Ann, Sept. 19, 1894 85 yr 1 mo 8 da 5 CONT John, 1816 - 1881 5 CONT John, Sept. 27, 1849 80 yr 5 CONT L.R., 1824 - 1904 5 CONT Lucretia A., wife Sept. 18, 1833 - Nov 27, 1857 5 CONT Lucy, 1827 - 1901 Harrison, June 9, 1891 80 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Lucy (Silloway), W of Chapin W. 1835 - 1920 5 CONT M., 1888 - 1900 5 CONT Marintha, wife 1829 - 1908 5 CONT Sally, Apr. 10, 1870 . 68 yr 11 mo 5 CONT Samuel , 1817 - 1900 5 CONT Smith, Mar 18, 1861 38 yr 11 mo 10 da 5 CONT dau., 1866 - 1866 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 NOV 1857 2 SOUR @S1088@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia-prot-cem.html 5 CONT KIMBALL 5 CONT Arcilia, w of Harrison Apr., 5, 1905 88 yr 5 CONT Asa, Mar 25, 1858 , 59 yr 11 mo 11 da 5 CONT Betsy, W of John Apr. 14, 1852 76 yr 5 CONT Caroline, ( Parker ) w of Samuel 1821 - 1857 5 CONT Chapin W., 1833 - 1887 5 CONT Charles, Dec. 11, 1842 17 da 5 CONT Ellen, July 3, 1848 , 9 da 5 CONT Elizabeth, da. Oct. 21, 1844 20 yr 6 mo 5 CONT Esther, ( Whaley ) 1843 - 1920 5 CONT Frank, Sept. 9, 1857 - Apr. 26, 1890 5 CONT Hannah, ( Little Homer ) Mar 26, 1866 10 yr 11 mo 9 da 5 CONT Harlow W., Jan 7, 1843 1 yr 11 mo 7 da 5 CONT Homer, 1846 - 1847 5 CONT Irving M., Oct. 10, 1851 8 yr 1 da 5 CONT James, July 7, 1888 ,7 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Julia Ann, Sept. 19, 1894 85 yr 1 mo 8 da 5 CONT John, 1816 - 1881 5 CONT John, Sept. 27, 1849 80 yr 5 CONT L.R., 1824 - 1904 5 CONT Lucretia A., wife Sept. 18, 1833 - Nov 27, 1857 5 CONT Lucy, 1827 - 1901 Harrison, June 9, 1891 80 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Lucy (Silloway), W of Chapin W. 1835 - 1920 5 CONT M., 1888 - 1900 5 CONT Marintha, wife 1829 - 1908 5 CONT Sally, Apr. 10, 1870 . 68 yr 11 mo 5 CONT Samuel , 1817 - 1900 5 CONT Smith, Mar 18, 1861 38 yr 11 mo 10 da 5 CONT dau., 1866 - 1866 1 FAMS @F72@ 0 @I235@ INDI 1 NAME Charles R. /EDICK/ 2 GIVN Charles R. 2 SURN EDICK 1 SEX M 1 _UID 43D3FE7E94A61A418A9F40E43AC674ECD4E1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1847 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1847 1 CENS 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus co., NY [District 12 ] 2 NOTE 82 yrs old, first marriage at age 21. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1931 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1931 1 FAMS @F73@ 1 FAMS @F74@ 1 FAMS @F797@ 1 FAMC @F87@ 0 @I236@ INDI 1 NAME Emma /Cowen/ 2 GIVN Emma 2 SURN Cowen 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5C9D1FE821D89E4997EF58FCC8D847E68757 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 FEB 2004 1 NOTE From Cattaraugus County Testators Index: 2 CONT (unsure which Emma, could be other wife): 2 CONT 2 CONT EDICK, EMMA DAYTON5-13-225 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1852 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1852 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1915 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1915 1 FAMS @F74@ 0 @I237@ INDI 1 NAME Edmund /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Edmund 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 119EB7274E53884A95A11F6477FC15478870 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1641 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1641 2 PLAC Portsmouth, Rhode Island 1 WILL 2 DATE 20 OCT 1712 2 PLAC Taunton, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1719 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1719 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 PROB 2 DATE 6 JUL 1719 2 PLAC Taunton, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F75@ 1 FAMC @F227@ 0 @I238@ INDI 1 NAME Dorcas /Hicks/ 2 GIVN Dorcas 2 SURN Hicks 1 SEX F 1 _UID B7555968DF4C3F44AF0A6B8DB947E60416AD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1652 2 PLAC Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F75@ 1 FAMC @F228@ 0 @I239@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Wilson /Hichens/ 2 GIVN Walter Wilson 2 SURN Hichens 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 _UID 39E509CF9A59BA42AA78BB1548581D6C00CE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 OCT 2009 1 FAMS @F76@ 1 FAMC @F77@ 0 @I240@ INDI 1 NAME Jane Elizabeth /Currier/ 2 GIVN Jane Elizabeth 2 SURN Currier 1 SEX F 1 _UID D93E9BB8FD331441A2C96FEBE8C95C7D3E12 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 APR 2001 1 FAMS @F76@ 1 FAMC @F78@ 0 @I241@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Wilson /Hichens/ 2 GIVN Walter Wilson 2 SURN Hichens 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9055A6606488A8469C1DCC05E4BD28A4BCC4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUL 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1917 2 PLAC Lynn, county Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JUL 2007 2 PLAC Eliot, York County, Maine 1 BURI 2 DATE 26 JUL 2007 2 PLAC Eliot, York County, Maine 2 ADDR Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. 1 FAMS @F77@ 1 FAMC @F88@ 0 @I242@ INDI 1 NAME Elmirah Achsah /Ballard/ 2 GIVN Elmirah Achsah 2 SURN Ballard 1 SEX F 1 _UID 68965A3323416E408B96F1B9E0C4E0BEAAC7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUL 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 AUG 1922 2 PLAC Berwick, York County, Maine 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 NOV 2002 2 PLAC Eliot, Maine 2 NOTE Obituaries November 22, 2002 3 CONT 3 CONT Elmira Hichens 3 CONT Active in community, church 3 CONT Elmira “Myra” Hichens, 80, of 424 State Rd, Eliot, ME, died Thursday, N 3 CONC ovember 14 at her home. 3 CONT Born August 7, 1922, in Berwick, ME, she was the daughter of Calvin and E 3 CONC thel (Ramsey) Ballard. Brought up on a dairy farm, she attended Berwick A 3 CONC cademy in South Berwick and graduated in 1939, salutatorian of her clas 3 CONC s. 3 CONT She married Walter Hichens November 8, 1941, a vegetable and poultry fa 3 CONC rmer and was active in harvesting the crops, especially cucumber and pe 3 CONC a picking. She was the mother of nine children: seven girls and two boy 3 CONC s. 3 CONT She was active as a member of the First and later the Free Baptist Chur 3 CONC ches of South Berwick, teaching Sunday School and as a youth leader. Sh 3 CONC e was a member of the Gideon International Auxiliary for 50 years and a 3 CONC ttended several state and national conventions. She was a member of the E 3 CONC liot Republican Town Committee and served as treasurer for many years. S 3 CONC he was a member of the Eliot Garden Club since 1968. She also was a mem 3 CONC ber of the Republican County Committee and the Republican Women County a 3 CONC nd Sate Committees. She attended Legislature sessions during most of he 3 CONC r husband’s terms in the state legislature and was with the House of Re 3 CONC presentative Balcony Beauties. She was a constant assistant to her husb 3 CONC and in sending legislative bills to his constituents. She accompanied h 3 CONC er husband on several legislative trips to several cities including Was 3 CONC hington DC, Denver, CO and Orlando, FL. 3 CONT After purchasing a summer home in Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, Cana 3 CONC da, she spent 34 summers at their home and on Seal Island, where her hu 3 CONC sband’s father was born. She suffered a stroke in Halifax, July 4 and w 3 CONC as flown home by Angels of Flight. 3 CONT She leaves her husband of 61 years, Walter Hichens of Eliot; two sons, W 3 CONC alter Hichens, Jr. of Berwick and Jared Hichens of Eliot; five daughter 3 CONC s, Mary Alessi and Kathy Tuttle, both of South Berwick, ME, Janice Lytl 3 CONC e and Judith Potter, both of Eliot, ME, and Bethany Siedman of Martha’s V 3 CONC ineyard, MA; 22 grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, 29 great grandc 3 CONC hildren, and seven step-grandchildren; all except two grand and great g 3 CONC randchildren live within 35 miles of Eliot; her brother Douglas Ballard a 3 CONC nd his wife Althea of Berwick, ME; nieces and nephews; and a beloved si 3 CONC ster-in-law Ethel Smith of Saugas, MA. 3 CONT She was predeceased by two daughters, Myra Coralee and Laurie Jo, one s 3 CONC ister, Isabelle Turcotte and three brothers, George Ballard, Calvin Bal 3 CONC lard, and Valancy Ballard. 3 CONT Funeral services were conducted at Eliot Baptist Church with the Revere 3 CONC nd Roy Reynolds, pastor of Free Baptist Church and assisted by the Reve 3 CONC rend Stan Rockafellow, pastor of Eliot Baptist Church officiating. Buri 3 CONC al followed in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Eliot. 3 CONT Memorial donations may be made to Gideon’s Free Baptist Church of South B 3 CONC erwick or Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter. 1 FAMS @F77@ 1 FAMC @F627@ 0 @I243@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Otto /Currier/ 2 GIVN Charles Otto 2 SURN Currier 1 SEX M 1 _UID 70C51A7E46C5444E8B3CC32178342AC3AE48 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 NOV 2009 1 NOTE All Results 2 CONT 2 CONT You have saved this record to My Ancestry (Shoebox). 2 CONT 2 CONT You have saved this record to My Ancestry (People I'm Looking For). < 2 CONC http://www.ancestry.com/myancestry/default.aspx?db=8939&pid=4341428> 2 CONT 2 CONT U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record 2 CONT 2 CONT about Charles O Currier 2 CONT Name: Charles O Currier 2 CONT Birth Year: 1920 2 CONT Race: White, citizen 2 CONT Nativity State or Country: Massachusetts 2 CONT State: Massachusetts 2 CONT County or City: Essex 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Enlistment Date: 7 Aug 1942 2 CONT Enlistment State: Massachusetts 2 CONT Enlistment City: Boston 2 CONT Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA 2 CONT Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA 2 CONT Grade: Private 2 CONT Grade Code: Private 2 CONT Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or ot 2 CONC her emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the Presid 2 CONC ent or otherwise according to law 2 CONT Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) 2 CONT Source: Civil Life 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Education: 4 years of high school 2 CONT Civil Occupation: Jackhammer Operator 2 CONT Marital Status: Single, without dependents 2 CONT Height: 66 2 CONT Weight: 111 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 JUL 1920 1 EVEN enlisted- WWII 2 TYPE Military 2 DATE 7 AUG 1942 2 PLAC Boston, Suffolk, MA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 DEC 1983 2 PLAC East Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire 1 SSN 030-12-2331 1 FAMS @F78@ 1 FAMC @F628@ 0 @I244@ INDI 1 NAME Clara /Arnold/ 2 GIVN Clara 2 SURN Arnold 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9F8F5D54D4B5EB4E849C62E9A912828AD3F3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JUL 2010 1 SOUR @S1242@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Clara Currier 4 CONT KENSINGTON - Clara Currier, 80, of 115 South Road, died Tuesday, July 8 4 CONC , 2003, at her home after a period of failing health. 4 CONT She was born March 31, 1923, in Lynn, Mass., the daughter of the late H 4 CONC erbert and Clara (Normington) Arnold and had resided in Kensington for 3 4 CONC 7 years, coming from Peabody, Mass. 4 CONT Mrs. Currier was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post No. 105 o 4 CONC f Kensington and enjoyed crocheting and knitting and was an avid reader 4 CONC . 4 CONT The widow of Charles O. Currier, she is survived by six sons and two da 4 CONC ughters-in-law, Herbert Currier of Kensington, Roger and Cheryl Currier o 4 CONC f Raymond, Dennis Currier of Kensington, Steven and Lois Currier of Pri 4 CONC nceton, Kan., Edward Currier of Raymond and David Currier of Manchester 4 CONC ; five daughters and three sons-in-law, Marlene and Ken Lowery of Saco, M 4 CONC aine, Jane and Walter Hichens Jr. of Berwick, Maine, Ruth Pouliot of Ea 4 CONC st Rochester, Laurel A. Currier of Kensington, and Debra and Benn Venne 4 CONC sland of Lancaster, Pa.; 23 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren; one b 4 CONC rother, Ernest Arnold of Peabody, Mass.; one aunt, Laura Archibald of B 4 CONC everly, Mass.; and many nieces and nephews. 4 CONT She was predeceased by one son, Charles O. Currier. 4 CONT Funeral services will be held Friday at 10 a.m. in the Brewitt Funeral H 4 CONC ome, 14 Pine St., Exeter, with the Rev. Wayne VanGundy officiating. Bur 4 CONC ial will follow in Village Cemetery, Kensington. 4 CONT Memorial donations may be made to Rockingham VNA & Hospice, 137 Epping R 4 CONC oad, Exeter, NH 03833. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAR 1923 2 PLAC Lynn, county Essex, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 8 JUL 2003 2 PLAC Kensington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire 2 ADDR 115 South Road 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 JUL 2003 2 PLAC Kensington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire 1 BURI 2 PLAC Village Cemetery, Kensington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire 1 FAMS @F78@ 1 FAMC @F629@ 0 @I245@ INDI 1 NAME Pehr /Bondesson/ 2 GIVN Pehr 2 SURN Bondesson 1 SEX M 1 _UID FC6034843C49CF4DBC19AFF02881055A318A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 NOV 1742 2 PLAC Lilla Skörebo, Torsås parish, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 FEB 1801 2 PLAC Torsås, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 2 NOTE "Wasting illness." 1 OCCU Farmer at Lilla Skörebo 1 FAMS @F79@ 1 FAMC @F1584@ 0 @I246@ INDI 1 NAME Olof /Larsson/ 2 GIVN Olof 2 SURN Larsson 1 SEX M 1 _UID DB998EF976D24C49BDDF0D2E13C9DE41AA00 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 NOTE http://www.vvhbf.se/vvfvd/indexvvc10f.html 2 CONT 2 CONT FÖDELSEBOK VÄSTRA VINGÅKERS SOCKEN. C1:10 = 1847 - 1861. 2 CONT 2 CONT 1847-06-29 Per Vretsta HT Olof Larsson Anna Persdotter 2 CONT 2 CONT 1848-02-10 Anna Stina Stubbgården Olof Larsson Anna Persdotter????????? 2 CONC ????????????????????????????????? 2 CONT 2 CONT 1851-01-01 Anna Vretsta HT Olof Larsson Anna Persdotter 2 CONT 2 CONT 1854-06-05 Lars Vretsta HT Olof Larsson Anna Persdotter 2 CONT 2 CONT 1855-11-28 Kristina Vretsta HT Olof Larsson Anna Persdotter 2 CONT 2 CONT 1859-06-25 Brita Vretsta HT Olof Larsson Anna Persdotter 2 CONT 2 CONT 1861-04-23 Ingrid Vretsta HT, Vretsta Rote p.164 Olof Larsson Anna Pers 2 CONC dotter 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 NOV 1820 2 PLAC Norr Spånga, Västra Vingåker parish, Södermanland, Sweden. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 MAY 1890 2 PLAC Västra Vingåker, Södermanland, Sweden 1 OCCU Farmer 1 FAMS @F80@ 1 FAMC @F1619@ 0 @I247@ INDI 1 NAME Carl Johan /Ersson/ 2 GIVN Carl Johan 2 SURN Ersson 1 SEX M 1 _UID 48374B0767B2C8429BB95F7B4D4D6C0C3451 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 JAN 2007 1 SOUR @S1371@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT From: "Margie Tosi" Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert 4 CONT To: "Terry Olson" 4 CONT Subject: Fw: Family 4 CONT Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 11:06:34 -0800 4 CONT Top of Form 1 4 CONT && &&&&& 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT Dear Terry, 4 CONT Here is some info I received from Kenneth. You probably have all of thi 4 CONC s but might find it interesting. 4 CONT Margie 4 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 4 CONT From: Kenneth Sjöqvist 4 CONT To: Margie Tosi 4 CONT Sent: Thursday, January 18, 2007 1:50 AM 4 CONT Subject: Re: Family 4 CONT Dear Margie, 4 CONT I am getting a bit confused now. You say your granfather´s name was Cla 4 CONC us Axel. The Axel I am talking about was 4 CONT named Axel Linus. I can find one Claes Axel in my papers, and he was bo 4 CONC rn in 1873. Can that be right? Claus Axel 4 CONT was a brother to my grandfather´s father (Johan Emil born 1866.) 4 CONT I can find a brother to Claes Axel and Johan Emil here, and his name is C 4 CONC arl Alfred, born in 1869. Probably Charlie 4 CONT in America. 4 CONT If all this is correct, your mother is a cousin to my grandfather (Erns 4 CONC t). In that case, your mother Esther is a cousin 4 CONT to Martha (Arnold´s mother). 4 CONT Yes there is an Ester on this side. She is a sister to my grandfather ( 4 CONC Ernst). 4 CONT I can show you the names I have here starting with my grand-grand-grand 4 CONC parents. 4 CONT Carl Johan Erson, born 1824, married to 4 CONT Anna Lovisa Claesdotter, born 1834 4 CONT Their children 4 CONT Johan Emil, born 1866 (my grand-grandfather) 4 CONT Carl Alfred, born 1869 (Charlie in America?) 4 CONT Claes Axel, born 1873 (your grandfather?) 4 CONT Johan Emil´s children 4 CONT Ester, born 1886 4 CONT Tekla, born 1888 4 CONT Axel Linus, born ? 4 CONT Martha, born 1892 4 CONT Ernst, born 1894 (my grandfather) 4 CONT Ingrid, born 1899 4 CONT I don´t know anything about the other two brothers. Now you have got so 4 CONC mething to think about. Is this correct 4 CONT this time you think? 4 CONT Love Kenneth 4 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 4 CONT From: Margie Tosi 4 CONT To: Kenneth Sjöqvist 4 CONT Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 5:29 PM 4 CONT Subject: Re: Family 4 CONT Good morning, Kenneth: 4 CONT Yes, I'm sure there was another brother. My grandfather's name was Clau 4 CONC s Axel (he went by Axel) and I think there was a brother named Charlie w 4 CONC ho also came to America. He never married and committed suicide (shot h 4 CONC imself). I think my grandfather found him dead. I always thought my mot 4 CONC her Esther was named after a sister also, but I don't know if there is a 4 CONC n Esther on your side or not. 4 CONT When we visited you, I remember you'd come up with an idea of how we we 4 CONC re related. I know we are "cousins" of some sort. 4 CONT It's interesting, isn't it? I remember Mom writing to Martha Olson. Of c 4 CONC ourse, when one is young, family connections don't matter so much. Now I 4 CONC 'm very interested in everything. 4 CONT Love, 4 CONT Margie 4 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 4 CONT From: Kenneth Sjöqvist 4 CONT To: Margie Tosi 4 CONT Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 3:21 AM 4 CONT Subject: Family 4 CONT Dear Margie, 4 CONT I finally found this information about your relatives here in Sweden. I 4 CONC t is not so very clear, but I will try to figure it 4 CONT out. I suppose you will recognize the names. 4 CONT If I understand right your grandfather´s name on Esther´s side is Axel. A 4 CONC xel and Martha (Arnold´s mother) where 4 CONT brother and sister. This means that Esther and Arnold are cousins. 4 CONT I think this is right, correct me if I am wrong. 4 CONT Regards, 4 CONT Kenneth 1 SOUR @S1372@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT From: "Margie Tosi" Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert 4 CONT To: "Terry Olson" 4 CONT Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: e-mail question from Kenneth Sjoquist] 4 CONT Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 11:03:47 -0800 4 CONT Top of Form 1 4 CONT && &&&&& 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT Mom's parents were C. (Claes) Axel (went by second name) and Adina 4 CONT Hedman 4 CONT Carlson. She was born in Kandiyohi County but grew up in Milbank SD. 4 CONT They 4 CONT are both buried in Minerva Cemetery, Bagley. 4 CONT 4 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 4 CONT From: "Terry Olson" 4 CONT To: ; 4 CONT Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 8:25 AM 4 CONT Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: e-mail question from Kenneth Sjoquist] 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > Hi dad and hello Margie. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > As I am writing from my phone and do not have my 4 CONT > genealogy information in front of me- other than a 4 CONT > couple names and dates, I will be brief for now. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am assuming that Esther Carlson, your mother, is not 4 CONT > Arnes aunt Esther who would have been about 58 when 4 CONT > you were born. Therefore I need to know who your 4 CONT > mothers parents were and where they lived. Did your 4 CONT > family live in Bagley, Minnesota, or were they from 4 CONT > there at all? Where did your family live if not in 4 CONT > Minnesota? 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am excited to find out how you fit in! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Well, back to work for now. I will write much more 4 CONT > later. Plus, dad, I owe you a couple emails at this 4 CONT > point, I believe, which shall be forthcoming. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Have a super day! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > -Terry in Minneapolis 4 CONT > --- ardoolson@comcast.net 4 CONT > wrote: 4 CONT >> Terry, you will notice I mentioned your gift of 4 CONT > tracing family 4 CONT >> geneologies (especially ours). Margie is related to 4 CONT > Kenneth Sjoquist 4 CONT >> and Eva in Stockholm.  As a result I have his 4 CONT > e-mail and have heard 4 CONT >> from him directly!!  We are related almost the 4 CONT > same way as his mother 4 CONT >> Ellenor is the daughter or Ernst Karlson who was 4 CONT > Marthas brother in 4 CONT >> Sweden, She said her mother wrote faithfully to 4 CONT > Ellenor which is also 4 CONT >> the one our Eleanor wrote and one both she and I 4 CONT > tried to witness to 4 CONT >> especially when Grace and i were over there in 4 CONT > 1987.  I dont see your 4 CONT >> material about this stuff, she says she would love 4 CONT > to hear from you in 4 CONT >> this  part of the history. 4 CONT >> The kids said you looked great at the Christmas 4 CONT > party with your girls, 4 CONT >> Olivia and Isabel.     4 CONT >> 4 CONT > 4 CONT              4 CONC ;           &nbs 4 CONC p;           &nb 4 CONC sp;           &n 4 CONC bsp;            4 CONT > Yours , 4 CONT >> Dad     4 CONT >> ------------ 4 CONT >> Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 15:13:53 -0800 4 CONT >> From: margiet@ccwebster.net 4 CONT >> To: ardoolson@comcast.net 4 CONT >> Subject: Re: e-mail question from Kenneth Sjoquist 4 CONT >> X-Account-Key: account1 4 CONT >> Received: from postfix.web-ster.com 4 CONT > ([65.182.224.34]) 4 CONT >> by sccrmxc19.comcast.net (sccrmxc19) with 4 CONT > ESMTP 4 CONT >> id <20070116231357s190021rb1e>; Tue, 16 4 CONT > Jan 2007 23:13:57 +0000 4 CONT >> X-Originating-IP: [65.182.224.34] 4 CONT >> Received: from mx1.web-ster.com (mail.web-ster.com 4 CONT > [65.182.224.45]) 4 CONT >> by postfix.web-ster.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id 4 CONT > 44D142B80469 4 CONT >> for ; Tue, 16 Jan 2007 4 CONT > 15:13:57 -0800 (PST) 4 CONT >> Received: from D4TGFW41 [65.182.233.149] by 4 CONT > mx1.web-ster.com 4 CONT >> (SMTPD32-8.15) id AC359B8200AE; Tue, 16 Jan 2007 4 CONT > 15:13:57 -0800 4 CONT >> Message-ID: 4 CONT > <000701c739c3$fd68ac90$95e9b641@D4TGFW41> 4 CONT >> From: "Margie Tosi" 4 CONT >> To: "Arne & Dolores Olson" 4 CONT >> References: 4 CONT > <000c01c739a8$1fc8f0e0$95e9b641@D4TGFW41> 4 CONT > <45AD3F72.4000400@comcast.net> 4 CONT >> Subject: Re: e-mail question from Kenneth Sjoquist 4 CONT >> Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 15:13:53 -0800 4 CONT >> MIME-Version: 1.0 4 CONT >> Content-Type: text/plain; 4 CONT >> format=flowed; 4 CONT >> charset="iso-8859-1"; 4 CONT >> reply-type=response 4 CONT >> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit 4 CONT >> X-Priority: 3 4 CONT >> X-MSMail-Priority: Normal 4 CONT >> X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2900.3028 4 CONT >> X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE 4 CONT > V6.00.2900.3028 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> Hello, Arnold! 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> I am so glad to have connected with you! I am 4 CONT > sending you Kenneth's e-mail 4 CONT >> address so all you have to do is "click" on it and 4 CONT > you can write to him. 4 CONT >> I'm sure he'd love to hear from you. I hope you'd 4 CONT > like to stay in touch as 4 CONT >> I'd love to meet your son and learn all about the 4 CONT > family geneology. I'm 4 CONT >> sure we must be related. 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> Kenneth and I are "second" cousins, I believe. I 4 CONT > think his mother and I 4 CONT >> would be first cousins. I met Kenneth, his mother 4 CONT > and father in 1960 when 4 CONT >> my folks took me and my youngest sister to Europe in 4 CONT > honor of their 25th 4 CONT >> anniversary. We traveled in Scandinavia and I met 4 CONT > Kenneth then. We were 4 CONT >> both teenagers. I'm 63 now and he's a year or two 4 CONT > older. We wrote for a 4 CONT >> year or so and then didn't write anymore. I still 4 CONT > had his address through 4 CONT >> my mother, who had corresponded with his mother for 4 CONT > some time. So I wrote 4 CONT >> and sent him my e-mail address and he wrote right 4 CONT > back! 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> My husband and I went to Scandinavia in 2003 and 4 CONT > spent a week with Kenneth 4 CONT >> and Eva. We had a wonderful time and have been 4 CONT > e-mailing once in awhile 4 CONT >> ever since. I am so happy for e-mail and how it 4 CONT > connects people. 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> Here is my address and phone number: 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> Ron and Margie Tosi 4 CONT >> 19322 S. Redland Road >> Oregon City OR 97045-8824 4 CONT >> 503-631-3625 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> Ron is a retired Portland Police. 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> Here is Kenneth's e-mail address: 4 CONT >> 4 CONT >> k.sjoqvist@tele2.se 4 CONT >> 4 CONT > === Message Truncated === 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 1 SOUR @S1373@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT From: "Margie Tosi" Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert 4 CONT To: "Terry Olson" 4 CONT Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: e-mail question from Kenneth Sjoquist] 4 CONT Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 11:00:04 -0800 4 CONT Top of Form 1 4 CONT && &&&&& 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT Hello, Terry! 4 CONT 4 CONT Nice to make your connection also. My mother, Esther Carlson Welman, 4 CONT was 4 CONT the daughter of Claes Axel Carlson, born in Katrineholm in 1873. Came 4 CONT to 4 CONT America when he was 19. Married in Minneapolis but homesteaded around 4 CONT Bagley, where all but one of the children were born. So, yes, my 4 CONT mother was 4 CONT from Bagley. She passed away this past September at the age of 93. 4 CONT There 4 CONT are two sisters left; one is in Portland and is now 92. Another sister 4 CONT is 4 CONT in Minnesota and will be 96 February 3. Both of these are doing just 4 CONT so-so. 4 CONT 4 CONT My father, Novell Welman, was born in Minneappolis. His folks moved to 4 CONT Bagley when he was a young man so he spent a lot of time around there. 4 CONT That's how my parents met. My two older sisters were born in Bagley. 4 CONT My 4 CONT parents came out West in 1942 and I was born in Washington in 1943. 4 CONT 4 CONT My mother was a cousin to Martha Olson and I remember her corresponding 4 CONT with 4 CONT her. I've e-mailed Kenneth in Sweden and we've been piecing together 4 CONT some 4 CONT things, too. Isn't it great to have e-mail and connections? Kenneth 4 CONT seems 4 CONT interested in all of this, too. He is an only child and a year older 4 CONT than 4 CONT I. I met him when my parents, younger sister and I visited Sweden in 4 CONT 1960. 4 CONT My husband Ron and I toured Scandinavia in 2003 and we spent a week 4 CONT with 4 CONT Kenneth and his wife. I believe he's spent time with your father and 4 CONT mother 4 CONT (Arnold and Grace). Maybe you know him, as well. 4 CONT 4 CONT Have you done an actual family tree? I received some papers from 4 CONT someone 4 CONT and if I'm not mistaken, you might have been the one who put them 4 CONT together. 4 CONT I think Mom got them from someone in Sweden. If you have done 4 CONT something, 4 CONT did you do a computer program or what? I seem to be the most 4 CONT interested in 4 CONT geneology among my three sisters. I find it's like detective work! 4 CONT 4 CONT Thanks so much for writing. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. 4 CONT 4 CONT Margie 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 4 CONT From: "Terry Olson" 4 CONT To: ; 4 CONT Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 8:25 AM 4 CONT Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: e-mail question from Kenneth Sjoquist] 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > Hi dad and hello Margie. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > As I am writing from my phone and do not have my 4 CONT > genealogy information in front of me- other than a 4 CONT > couple names and dates, I will be brief for now. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am assuming that Esther Carlson, your mother, is not 4 CONT > Arnes aunt Esther who would have been about 58 when 4 CONT > you were born. Therefore I need to know who your 4 CONT > mothers parents were and where they lived. Did your 4 CONT > family live in Bagley, Minnesota, or were they from 4 CONT > there at all? Where did your family live if not in 4 CONT > Minnesota? 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am excited to find out how you fit in! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Well, back to work for now. I will write much more 4 CONT > later. Plus, dad, I owe you a couple emails at this 4 CONT > point, I believe, which shall be forthcoming. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Have a super day! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > -Terry in Minneapolis 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 JUL 1824 2 PLAC Bonneråd, Östra Vingåker parish, Södermanland, Sweden. 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F81@ 1 FAMC @F1617@ 0 @I248@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Lovisa /Claësdotter/ 2 GIVN Anna Lovisa 2 SURN Claësdotter 1 SEX F 1 _UID 76788E25225A5144AB6DE8D9BC4D685F5B17 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 FEB 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 JUL 1834 2 PLAC Munkbo, Tortuna parish, Västmanland, Sweden. 1 DEAT 2 NOTE Must be the one on the photo of her son, Emil Carlsson and famil 1 FAMS @F81@ 1 FAMC @F1618@ 0 @I249@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Persdotter/ 2 GIVN Anna 2 SURN Persdotter 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4321C3B3A4237E4C8B25B53356C94E920222 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 MAY 1817 2 PLAC Malmberg Östergård, Västra Vingåker parish, Södermanland, Sweden. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 JUN 1881 1 FAMS @F80@ 1 FAMC @F1620@ 0 @I250@ INDI 1 NAME Maria /Andersdotter/ 2 GIVN Maria 2 SURN Andersdotter 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1F686B9221EA4645AF98D64B7F210E2959CE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 FEB 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAR 1794 2 PLAC Videbäcksmåla, Torsås parish, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 CHR 2 DATE 9 MAR 1794 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 OCT 1872 2 PLAC Torsås, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 FAMS @F29@ 1 FAMC @F1593@ 0 @I251@ INDI 1 NAME Anders /Öquist/ 2 GIVN Anders 2 SURN Öquist 1 SEX M 1 _UID F082442CDAD5934E81A515F2B6759D68CF09 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 JAN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 NOV 1827 2 PLAC Ökna ägor, Gällersta parish, Sköllersta härad (district), Örebro county, Sweden 2 SOUR @S943@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT > Hi! 5 CONT > 5 CONT > I have looked up the people you mentioned in your letter and the 5 CONT > following information will be free of charge. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anders Öquist's parents in Ökna ägor ('ägor' = land owned by a bigger 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT > farmstead or mansion), Gällersta: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Lars Nilsson Schöld b. Dec. 13 1799 in Gällersta 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa Andersdotter b. April 11 1798 in Sköllersta 5 CONT > 5 CONT > When Anders was born his father was called a former "torpare" = 5 CONT > crofter, a kind of tenant farmer who lived in a small cottage (Gäller 5 CONC sta 5 CONT > Birth Rec. C:2). In the Clerical Survey Records (husförhörslängd; AI: 5 CONC 16 5 CONT > 1826-30, p. 176) two more children are mentioned: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Johanna Gustava b. June 25 1825 in Gällersta 5 CONT > Karl August b. Nov. 25 1829 in Gällersta 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Stina's mother in Hovsta by (Hovsta village), Gällersta: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa Jansdotter b. 6.2.1792 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Stina was illegitimate and no father is mentioned, but since she 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT > is an "Anders' daughter" her father's name must have been Anders. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa had two more children: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Per b. April 2 1816 in Hovsta 5 CONT > Johan b. March 1 1822 Hovsta 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Her son Per has the patronymicon Adamsson in the Hovsta Clerical Surv 5 CONC ey 5 CONT > Records 1831-35 (AI:8 p. 16). In the next book (AI:9 1836-40, p. 22) h 5 CONC e 5 CONT > is "Ersson" = Erik's son. So, presumably his father's name is Erik an 5 CONC d 5 CONT > not Adam. The son Johan took the last name Lövdahl. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa Jansdotter's parents in Ervalla: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > the soldier Johan Ulbrand 1746 Öby 5 CONT > Katarina Nilsdotter 1746 Råda, Värmland 5 CONT > 5 CONT > When Anna Kajsa was born they were registered at Storasta ägor, 5 CONT > Ervalla. About Johan Ulbrand it says: Shot to death at Valkiala churc 5 CONC h 5 CONT > in Finland 1790. The wife lives at Löts ägor at Brun's place (Ervalla 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT > Clerical Surv. Rec. AI:5 1786-95, p. 188). 5 CONT > 5 CONT > I don't know which Öby Johan is born in. there is a plca called Öby i 5 CONC n 5 CONT > Fellingsbro. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > For any further research we charge 90 SEK per 15 minutes of research 5 CONT > (appr. 13 dollars). 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Sincerely, 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Eros Koivuluoma 1 OCCU Shoemaker. 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F82@ 1 FAMC @F3328@ 0 @I252@ INDI 1 NAME Anna Stina /Andersdotter/ 2 GIVN Anna Stina 2 SURN Andersdotter 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3CF8194087BBB14CB0BA02FA2A09CE4D8009 1 CHAN 2 DATE 20 NOV 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1827 2 PLAC Hovsta parish, Örebro härad (district), Örebro, Sweden. 2 SOUR @S943@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT > Hi! 5 CONT > 5 CONT > I have looked up the people you mentioned in your letter and the 5 CONT > following information will be free of charge. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anders Öquist's parents in Ökna ägor ('ägor' = land owned by a bigger 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT > farmstead or mansion), Gällersta: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Lars Nilsson Schöld b. Dec. 13 1799 in Gällersta 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa Andersdotter b. April 11 1798 in Sköllersta 5 CONT > 5 CONT > When Anders was born his father was called a former "torpare" = 5 CONT > crofter, a kind of tenant farmer who lived in a small cottage (Gäller 5 CONC sta 5 CONT > Birth Rec. C:2). In the Clerical Survey Records (husförhörslängd; AI: 5 CONC 16 5 CONT > 1826-30, p. 176) two more children are mentioned: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Johanna Gustava b. June 25 1825 in Gällersta 5 CONT > Karl August b. Nov. 25 1829 in Gällersta 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Stina's mother in Hovsta by (Hovsta village), Gällersta: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa Jansdotter b. 6.2.1792 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Stina was illegitimate and no father is mentioned, but since she 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT > is an "Anders' daughter" her father's name must have been Anders. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa had two more children: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Per b. April 2 1816 in Hovsta 5 CONT > Johan b. March 1 1822 Hovsta 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Her son Per has the patronymicon Adamsson in the Hovsta Clerical Surv 5 CONC ey 5 CONT > Records 1831-35 (AI:8 p. 16). In the next book (AI:9 1836-40, p. 22) h 5 CONC e 5 CONT > is "Ersson" = Erik's son. So, presumably his father's name is Erik an 5 CONC d 5 CONT > not Adam. The son Johan took the last name Lövdahl. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Anna Kajsa Jansdotter's parents in Ervalla: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > the soldier Johan Ulbrand 1746 Öby 5 CONT > Katarina Nilsdotter 1746 Råda, Värmland 5 CONT > 5 CONT > When Anna Kajsa was born they were registered at Storasta ägor, 5 CONT > Ervalla. About Johan Ulbrand it says: Shot to death at Valkiala churc 5 CONC h 5 CONT > in Finland 1790. The wife lives at Löts ägor at Brun's place (Ervalla 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT > Clerical Surv. Rec. AI:5 1786-95, p. 188). 5 CONT > 5 CONT > I don't know which Öby Johan is born in. there is a plca called Öby i 5 CONC n 5 CONT > Fellingsbro. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > For any further research we charge 90 SEK per 15 minutes of research 5 CONT > (appr. 13 dollars). 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Sincerely, 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Eros Koivuluoma 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F82@ 1 FAMC @F3329@ 0 @I253@ INDI 1 NAME Andreas /Christiansen Lyngstad\Kletan/ 2 GIVN Andreas 2 SURN Christiansen Lyngstad\Kletan 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5DC993F2B906444F86F6AED9DFE7FC33F5DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JAN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 FEB 1813 2 PLAC Kletan/Lyngstad Farm, Inderøy, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 2 NOTE or Klettan. 1 CHR 2 DATE 21 FEB 1813 2 PLAC Inderøy parish, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1524@ 1 FAMS @F83@ 1 FAMC @F1527@ 0 @I254@ INDI 1 NAME Beret Marta /Sakariasdatter Tronstad/ 2 GIVN Beret Marta 2 SURN Sakariasdatter Tronstad 1 SEX F 1 _UID CBC8518CC24A3E40B5D43359D5A5FA35B8B3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JAN 2007 1 NOTE 1875 census in Kletan, Lyngstad, says b. 1823 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1822 1 CHR 2 DATE 24 FEB 1822 2 PLAC Sakshaug churchyard, Inderøy, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F83@ 1 FAMC @F1528@ 0 @I255@ INDI 1 NAME Johan Christian /Olsen Muurvold/ 2 GIVN Johan Christian 2 SURN Olsen Muurvold 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5FE58C3D42E74A4B988B150803A198BA01B4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 JUL 2010 1 NOTE Muurvold farm 1801 2 CONT 2 CONT 83 Tronhiem Hitteren Zværnvær Muurvold 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Førenamn Mellomnamn Etternamn Hushaldstill. Alder Sivilstand Yrke Kjønn 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Peder Olsen Huusbonde 39 Begge i 1ste ægteskab Bonde og gaardbeboer M 2 CONT Lisbeth Olsdtr Hans kone 38 Begge i 1ste ægteskab K 2 CONT Hans Jacob Pedersen Deres børn 7 M 2 CONT 2 CONT Haulich Pedersen Deres børn 4 M 2 CONT Isach Pedersen Deres børn 2 M 2 CONT Olava Olsdtr Tieneste pige 22 Ugift K 2 CONT Ole Olsen Mand 77 Begge i 1ste ægteskab Kaarmand nyder almisse af sogne 2 CONC t M 2 CONT Siri Isachsdtr Hans kone 76 Begge i 1ste ægteskab K 2 CONT Erich Hansen Huusbonde 40 Begge i 1ste ægteskab Bonde og gaardbeboer m M 2 CONT 2 CONT Maria Olsdtr Hans kone 32 Begge i 1ste ægteskab K 2 CONT Johannes Erichsen Deres børn 11 M 2 CONT Ole Erichsen Deres børn 9 M 2 CONT Hans Erichsen Deres børn 7 M 2 CONT Amund Erichsen Deres børn 5 M 2 CONT Nils Erichsen Deres børn 2 M 2 CONT Christiana Knudtsdtr Tieneste pige 19 Ugift K 2 CONT Førenamn Mellomnamn Etternamn Hushaldstill. Alder Sivilstand Yrke Kjønn 2 CONT 2 CONT Peder Olsen Huusbonde 39 Begge i 1ste ægteskab Bonde og gaardbeboer M 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Lisbeth Olsdtr Hans kone 38 Begge i 1ste ægteskab K 2 CONT Hans Jacob Pedersen Deres børn 7 M 2 CONT 2 CONT Haulich Pedersen Deres børn 4 M 2 CONT Isach Pedersen Deres børn 2 M 2 CONT Olava Olsdtr Tieneste pige 22 Ugift K 2 CONT Ole Olsen Mand 77 Begge i 1ste ægteskab Kaarmand nyder almisse af sogne 2 CONC t M 2 CONT Siri Isachsdtr Hans kone 76 Begge i 1ste ægteskab K 2 CONT Erich Hansen Huusbonde 40 Begge i 1ste ægteskab Bonde og gaardbeboer m M 2 CONT 2 CONT Maria Olsdtr Hans kone 32 Begge i 1ste ægteskab K 2 CONT Johannes Erichsen Deres børn 11 M 2 CONT Ole Erichsen Deres børn 9 M 2 CONT Amund Erichsen Deres børn 5 M 2 CONT Nils Erichsen Deres børn 2 M 2 CONT Christiana Knudtsdtr Tieneste pige 19 Ugift K 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 MAY 1833 2 PLAC Törstad farm, Stadsbygd parish, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 1 CHR 2 DATE 7 JUL 1833 2 PLAC Stadsbygd parish, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 1 CENS 2 DATE 1865 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1865 2 PLAC farm #153, Muurvold farm, Kværnvær parish, Hitteren district, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 2 NOTE 33 yrs 2 SOUR @S1359@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1865 Muurvold farm, Hitteren, Sor-Trondelag, Norway census 5 CONT 5 CONT Kvar side nedunder viser maskimalt 10 funne postar. Du kan bla mellom d 5 CONC esse sidene ved hjelp av knappane over. 5 CONT 5 CONT Personnr. Hushald Førenamn Etternamn Fam. stilling Yrke Sivilstand Alde 5 CONC r Kjønn Fødestad Merknad (person) Hestar Stort kveg Får Bygg Blandkorn P 5 CONC oteter 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 1 1 Christian Ols. Husfader Gaardbruger Selveier g 33 m Statsbygden 1 3 6 2 1 5 CONC /2 2 1/2 5 CONT 2 Ingeborg Anna Olsd. hans Kone g 24 k Hitteren 5 CONT 3 Johan Christians. hans Søn ug 3 m Hitteren 5 CONT 4 Beret M. Christiansd. hans Datter ug 5 k Hitteren 5 CONT 5 !! Christiansd.* hans Datter ug 1 k Hitteren Udøbt 5 CONT 6 Anne Olsd. Tjenestepige [occupation word, not relationship] ug 18 k S 5 CONC tatsbygden 5 CONT 7 1 Olaus Ols. Gaardbruger Selveier Fisker ug 22 m Hitteren 1 2 6 1/4 1 1 5 CONC /2 4 5 CONT 8 Ole Anders. hans Fader Føderaadsmand g 70 m Læxvigen 5 CONT 9 Beret M. Johnsd. hans Moder fører hans Husholdning g 67 k Læxvigen 5 CONT 10 Morthenus Johns. hans Brodersøn ug 15 m Statsbygden 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F84@ 1 FAMS @F1525@ 1 FAMC @F1529@ 0 @I256@ INDI 1 NAME Ingeborg Anna /Olsdatter Sørquam/ 2 GIVN Ingeborg Anna 2 SURN Olsdatter Sørquam 1 SEX F 1 _UID 75C0EE21520B71448BA7640ACC25A7B84678 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JAN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 FEB 1842 2 PLAC Hitra parish, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 1 CHR 2 DATE 17 MAR 1842 2 PLAC Hitra parish, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 1 CENS 2 DATE 1865 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1865 2 PLAC Muurvold, Hitteren, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 2 NOTE 24 yrs 2 SOUR @S1359@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1865 Muurvold farm, Hitteren, Sor-Trondelag, Norway census 5 CONT Kvar side nedunder viser maskimalt 10 funne postar. Du kan bla mellom d 5 CONC esse sidene ved hjelp av knappane over. 5 CONT Personnr. Hushald Førenamn Etternamn Fam. stilling Yrke Sivilstand Alde 5 CONC r Kjønn Fødestad Merknad (person) Hestar Stort kveg Får Bygg Blandkorn P 5 CONC oteter 5 CONT 5 CONT 1 1 Christian Ols. Husfader Gaardbruger Selveier g 33 m Statsbygden 1 3 6 2 1 5 CONC /2 2 1/2 5 CONT 2 Ingeborg Anna Olsd. hans Kone g 24 k Hitteren 5 CONT 3 Johan Christians. hans Søn ug 3 m Hitteren 5 CONT 4 Beret M. Christiansd. hans Datter ug 5 k Hitteren 5 CONT 5 !! Christiansd.* hans Datter ug 1 k Hitteren Udøbt 5 CONT 6 Anne Olsd. Tjenestepige ug 18 k Statsbygden 5 CONT 7 1 Olaus Ols. Gaardbruger Selveier Fisker ug 22 m Hitteren 1 2 6 1/4 1 1 5 CONC /2 4 5 CONT 8 Ole Anders. hans Fader Føderaadsmand g 70 m Læxvigen 5 CONT 9 Beret M. Johnsd. hans Moder fører hans Husholdning g 67 k Læxvigen 5 CONT 10 Morthenus Johns. hans Brodersøn ug 15 m Statsbygden 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 MAR 1872 1 BURI 2 PLAC Kvenvær churchyard, Hitra Island, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway 1 FAMS @F84@ 1 FAMC @F4287@ 0 @I257@ INDI 1 NAME Homer J. /EDICK/ 2 GIVN Homer J. 2 SURN EDICK 1 SEX M 1 _UID 34C548ED1C7A494D81176DDEA4727DF2C240 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1871 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1871 2 PLAC New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Village of South Dayton, Dayton Twp, Cattaraugus County, New York 2 SOUR @S1173@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Village of South Dayton, Dayton Twp, Cattaraugus County, New York c 5 CONC ensus 5 CONT 5 CONT p.2 of 8 5 CONT p.28 5 CONT 21 June 1880 5 CONT 291/299 5 CONT James Sherman, W, M, 31, Farming, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Delinda, W, F, 27, Wife, Keeping House, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT 5 CONT p.3 of 8 5 CONT p.29 5 CONT (cont.) 5 CONT Charlie Sherman, W, M, 5, Son, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Clifford, W, M, 2, Son, New York 5 CONT Nellie, W, F, 3/12 May, Daughter, New York 5 CONT 280/288 5 CONT Joseph B. Sherman, W, M, 58, Farming, New York, NY, NY (par. should be M 5 CONC ass) 5 CONT Lovina, W, F, 56, Wife, Keeping House, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Albert, W, M, 35, Son, Pedler, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT 5 CONT p.4 of 8, ancestry.com 5 CONT p.30 5 CONT SD 11 ED 7 5 CONT 5 CONT 22 June 1880 5 CONT 5 CONT 295/304 5 CONT Charles Edick, W, M, 32, Farming, b. New York. father b.NY mother b.NY 5 CONT Emma, W, F, 32, Wife, Keeping House, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Homer J., W, M, 9, Son, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Willie R., W, M, 5/12 Feb, Son, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Elizabeth, W, F, 74, Mother, House Work, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT 5 CONT p.5 of 8 5 CONT Harrison Hall, W, M, 56, Mill Wright, New York, Conn, Conn 5 CONT Delinda, W, F, 51, Wife, Keeping House, New York, Conn, VT 1 CENS 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Villenova, Chautauqua, NY [District 103] 2 SOUR @S929@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1930 Villenova, Chautauqua County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT Balcoms to Hamlet Road 5 CONT 5 CONT 78/78 Homer J. Edick Head 59 first marriage at 26 New York New York Ne 5 CONC w York 5 CONT Jennie M. 50 first marriage at 17 New York New York New York 1 OCCU a farmer 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Villenova, Chautauqua, NY 1 RESI on "Balcoms to Hamlet Road" 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Villenova, Chautauqua, NY 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F85@ 1 FAMC @F73@ 0 @I258@ INDI 1 NAME William R. /EDICK/ 2 GIVN William R. 2 SURN EDICK 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4920FE1967C7E245B5806A6324B680E91A69 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 JAN 2008 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Village of South Dayton, Dayton Twp, Cattaraugus County, New York 2 SOUR @S1173@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Village of South Dayton, Dayton Twp, Cattaraugus County, New York c 5 CONC ensus 5 CONT 5 CONT p.2 of 8 5 CONT p.28 5 CONT 21 June 1880 5 CONT 291/299 5 CONT James Sherman, W, M, 31, Farming, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Delinda, W, F, 27, Wife, Keeping House, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT 5 CONT p.3 of 8 5 CONT p.29 5 CONT (cont.) 5 CONT Charlie Sherman, W, M, 5, Son, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Clifford, W, M, 2, Son, New York 5 CONT Nellie, W, F, 3/12 May, Daughter, New York 5 CONT 280/288 5 CONT Joseph B. Sherman, W, M, 58, Farming, New York, NY, NY (par. should be M 5 CONC ass) 5 CONT Lovina, W, F, 56, Wife, Keeping House, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Albert, W, M, 35, Son, Pedler, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT 5 CONT p.4 of 8, ancestry.com 5 CONT p.30 5 CONT SD 11 ED 7 5 CONT 5 CONT 22 June 1880 5 CONT 5 CONT 295/304 5 CONT Charles Edick, W, M, 32, Farming, b. New York. father b.NY mother b.NY 5 CONT Emma, W, F, 32, Wife, Keeping House, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Homer J., W, M, 9, Son, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Willie R., W, M, 5/12 Feb, Son, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT Elizabeth, W, F, 74, Mother, House Work, New York, NY, NY 5 CONT 5 CONT p.5 of 8 5 CONT Harrison Hall, W, M, 56, Mill Wright, New York, Conn, Conn 5 CONT Delinda, W, F, 51, Wife, Keeping House, New York, Conn, VT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 AUG 1880 2 PLAC New York 2 NOTE SSDI 3 CONT William 3 CONT EDICK 094-05-9609 6 Aug 1880 Sep 1973 Norwich 3 CONT Chenango 3 CONT NY 13815 NY 1 CENS 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York [District 13] 2 NOTE p.8 of 12, ancestry.com images online. 1 OCCU a dairy farmer 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 RESI on South Main Street 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE SEP 1973 2 _SDATE 15 SEP 1973 2 PLAC Norwich, Chenango County, New York 2 NOTE SSDI 3 CONT William 3 CONT EDICK 094-05-9609 6 Aug 1880 Sep 1973 Norwich 3 CONT Chenango 3 CONT NY 13815 NY 1 FAMS @F86@ 1 FAMC @F73@ 0 @I259@ INDI 1 NAME Jennie M. /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Jennie M. 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 7C0CE48E2193174D97136B0CCA25FAA3BFC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC New York 2 SOUR @S441@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F85@ 1 FAMC @F714@ 0 @I260@ INDI 1 NAME Nellie L. /WILSON/ 2 GIVN Nellie L. 2 SURN WILSON 1 SEX F 1 _UID 13BEA866E499B04FA9938D0D1F4A12A04C94 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1881 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1881 2 PLAC New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F86@ 0 @I261@ INDI 1 NAME John [Johannes] /Edick/ 2 GIVN John [Johannes] 2 SURN Edick 1 SEX M 1 _UID A889A40DC7B35642B71EE9CFB2F337CE2BC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 SEP 2005 1 SOUR @S281@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 NOV 1808 2 PLAC Herkimer, Herkimer county, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F87@ 1 FAMC @F1761@ 0 @I262@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Steel/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Steel 1 SEX F 1 _UID 637540A1C7948440ADF20F4DB222DC4ED1E5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 SEP 2005 1 FAMS @F87@ 0 @I263@ INDI 1 NAME Lucille /Edick/ 2 GIVN Lucille 2 SURN Edick 1 SEX F 1 _UID 2071D45375E9B343B897F9C60E5ED11067DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 FAMC @F86@ 0 @I264@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /EDICK/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN EDICK 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5459C68D51D52F41B252928A87C6D67049FC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 APR 1898 1 DEAT 2 DATE OCT 1973 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1973 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 SOUR @S323@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F1002@ 1 FAMC @F85@ 0 @I265@ INDI 1 NAME Paul Homer /Edick/ 2 GIVN Paul Homer 2 SURN Edick 1 SEX M 1 _UID 0C1307A3AF2CC540927D671A32A433F03281 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 AUG 2009 1 FAMC @F85@ 0 @I266@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Grimes /Hichens/ 2 GIVN Walter Grimes 2 SURN Hichens 1 SEX M 1 _UID 2A4CD0F7F61CE44CB52594949551CA99CACA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUL 2010 1 NOTE Cora in 1930 census says father b.Canada. 2 CONT Ethel in 1930 says father b.Canada. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 OCT 1870 2 PLAC Seal Island, Barrington, Nova Scotia, Canada 1 IMMI 2 DATE SEP 1891 1 OCCU Clerk- General Electric Company 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Lynn, county Essex, Massachusetts 1 NATU 2 DATE 1911 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1911 1 OCCU Production Foreman, Elec. Appliant 2 DATE 1930 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1930 2 PLAC Lynn, county Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 DEC 1938 1 FAMS @F88@ 1 FAMC @F630@ 0 @I267@ INDI 1 NAME Frank /Kimball/ 2 GIVN Frank 2 SURN Kimball 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9F765908E359214EA375574DB9BE132D94E6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 SEP 1857 2 PLAC Illinois 2 SOUR @S1088@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia-prot-cem.html 5 CONT KIMBALL 5 CONT Arcilia, w of Harrison Apr., 5, 1905 88 yr 5 CONT Asa, Mar 25, 1858 , 59 yr 11 mo 11 da 5 CONT Betsy, W of John Apr. 14, 1852 76 yr 5 CONT Caroline, ( Parker ) w of Samuel 1821 - 1857 5 CONT Chapin W., 1833 - 1887 5 CONT Charles, Dec. 11, 1842 17 da 5 CONT Ellen, July 3, 1848 , 9 da 5 CONT Elizabeth, da. Oct. 21, 1844 20 yr 6 mo 5 CONT Esther, ( Whaley ) 1843 - 1920 5 CONT Frank, Sept. 9, 1857 - Apr. 26, 1890 5 CONT Hannah, ( Little Homer ) Mar 26, 1866 10 yr 11 mo 9 da 5 CONT Harlow W., Jan 7, 1843 1 yr 11 mo 7 da 5 CONT Homer, 1846 - 1847 5 CONT Irving M., Oct. 10, 1851 8 yr 1 da 5 CONT James, July 7, 1888 ,7 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Julia Ann, Sept. 19, 1894 85 yr 1 mo 8 da 5 CONT John, 1816 - 1881 5 CONT John, Sept. 27, 1849 80 yr 5 CONT L.R., 1824 - 1904 5 CONT Lucretia A., wife Sept. 18, 1833 - Nov 27, 1857 5 CONT Lucy, 1827 - 1901 Harrison, June 9, 1891 80 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Lucy (Silloway), W of Chapin W. 1835 - 1920 5 CONT M., 1888 - 1900 5 CONT Marintha, wife 1829 - 1908 5 CONT Sally, Apr. 10, 1870 . 68 yr 11 mo 5 CONT Samuel , 1817 - 1900 5 CONT Smith, Mar 18, 1861 38 yr 11 mo 10 da 5 CONT dau., 1866 - 1866 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 APR 1890 2 SOUR @S1088@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-sardinia-prot-cem.html 5 CONT KIMBALL 5 CONT Arcilia, w of Harrison Apr., 5, 1905 88 yr 5 CONT Asa, Mar 25, 1858 , 59 yr 11 mo 11 da 5 CONT Betsy, W of John Apr. 14, 1852 76 yr 5 CONT Caroline, ( Parker ) w of Samuel 1821 - 1857 5 CONT Chapin W., 1833 - 1887 5 CONT Charles, Dec. 11, 1842 17 da 5 CONT Ellen, July 3, 1848 , 9 da 5 CONT Elizabeth, da. Oct. 21, 1844 20 yr 6 mo 5 CONT Esther, ( Whaley ) 1843 - 1920 5 CONT Frank, Sept. 9, 1857 - Apr. 26, 1890 5 CONT Hannah, ( Little Homer ) Mar 26, 1866 10 yr 11 mo 9 da 5 CONT Harlow W., Jan 7, 1843 1 yr 11 mo 7 da 5 CONT Homer, 1846 - 1847 5 CONT Irving M., Oct. 10, 1851 8 yr 1 da 5 CONT James, July 7, 1888 ,7 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Julia Ann, Sept. 19, 1894 85 yr 1 mo 8 da 5 CONT John, 1816 - 1881 5 CONT John, Sept. 27, 1849 80 yr 5 CONT L.R., 1824 - 1904 5 CONT Lucretia A., wife Sept. 18, 1833 - Nov 27, 1857 5 CONT Lucy, 1827 - 1901 Harrison, June 9, 1891 80 yr 9 mo 5 da 5 CONT Lucy (Silloway), W of Chapin W. 1835 - 1920 5 CONT M., 1888 - 1900 5 CONT Marintha, wife 1829 - 1908 5 CONT Sally, Apr. 10, 1870 . 68 yr 11 mo 5 CONT Samuel , 1817 - 1900 5 CONT Smith, Mar 18, 1861 38 yr 11 mo 10 da 5 CONT dau., 1866 - 1866 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I268@ INDI 1 NAME Grace B. // 2 GIVN Grace B. 1 SEX F 1 _UID 87272A2384798245A60C305E4F785B0B2C8F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 MAR 2010 1 NOTE East Aurora 2 CONT 2 CONT Aurora advertiser & East Aurora citizen. 2 CONT Published 1896-1897 : Weekly. OCLC 33067629 2 CONT Continues: Aurora advertiser (East Aurora, N.Y.) 2 CONT Continued by: East Aurora advertiser. 2 CONT Aurora Town Historian 2 CONT F <1896:9:24-1897:3:11> 2 CONT East Aurora Advertiser 2 CONT P <1896:9:24-1897:3:11> 2 CONT Aurora advertiser (East Aurora, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 18uu-1uuu : Weekly. OCLC 18585638 2 CONT Continues: Erie County advertiser. 2 CONT Concord Historical Society 2 CONT P <1885:1:2, 3:13> 2 CONT East Aurora Advertiser 2 CONT P <1878:1:18-1896:9:17> 2 CONT Java Town Historian 2 CONT P <1893:3:10> <1895:1:11> 2 CONT Aurora standard. 2 CONT Published 1835-1838 : Weekly. OCLC 11446141 2 CONT New York State Library NY 96 East Aurora 96-3468 2 CONT F <1835:8:12-1838:8:1> 2 CONT East Aurora Advertiser 2 CONT P <1836:6:8> 2 CONT County chronicle (East Aurora, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1963-uuuu : Weekly. OCLC 32219981 2 CONT Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1963:2:20-9:5> 2 CONT East Aurora advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1897-9999 : Weekly. OCLC 18585696 2 CONT Continues: Aurora advertiser & East Aurora citizen. 2 CONT Aurora Town Historian 2 CONT F <1897:3:18-1903:11:12> <1904:1:4-1989:12:28> 2 CONT P <1897:3:18-7> <1900-1911> <1913-1915> <1917-1918> <1920-1949> <1951-1 2 CONC 963> <1966-1974> <1976-1979> <1981-1984> <1986- 2 CONT Blasdell Historical Society 2 CONT P <1944:4:12, 7:13-20> <1950:9:21> 2 CONT Boston Historical Society 2 CONT P <1972:8:10> 2 CONT Cornell University 2 CONT P <1962:8:23> 2 CONT Elma Historical Society 2 CONT P <1972:8:10> <1977:2:3-10> 2 CONT Java Town Historian 2 CONT P <1919:6:26> <1939:5:4> 2 CONT Erie County advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1872-18uu : Weekly. OCLC 09664042 2 CONT Continued by: Aurora advertiser (East Aurora, N.Y.) 2 CONT New York State Library WH 5 N15 S01 2 CONT P <1876:8:4-1877:7:13> 2 CONT Aurora Town Historian 2 CONT F <1873:11:18> <1874:8:4> <1875:12:17> <1876:5:19> <1877:2:2-16> 2 CONT Boston Historical Society 2 CONT R <1876:5:19> 2 CONT Elma Historical Society 2 CONT R <1872:8:9> <1876:5:19> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1873:7:4> 2 CONT Orbit (East Aurora, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1959-uuuu : Weekly. OCLC 32796521 2 CONT Aurora Town Historian 2 CONT P <1959:3:4-1963:2:6> 2 CONT East Aurora Advertiser 2 CONT P <1959:3:4-25, 4:8-29, 5:13-20, 6:3-24, 7:8, 8:12,26-9:9,23-10:21, 11: 2 CONC 4-11,25, 12:3> <1962:2:14> 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 SEP 1879 1 ADOP 2 DATE AFT 14 SEP 1879 2 _SDATE 15 SEP 1879 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1969 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1968 2 PLAC East Aurora, Erie county, New York 2 NOTE 643 Millard Fillmore Place 1 DEAT 2 DATE MAY 1969 2 _SDATE 15 MAY 1969 2 PLAC East Aurora, Erie county, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE MAY 1969 2 _SDATE 15 MAY 1969 2 PLAC Protection Cemetery (Holland Township), Erie county, New York 1 FAMS @F251@ 1 FAMC @F71@ 0 @I269@ INDI 1 NAME Ingrid /Andersdotter/ 2 GIVN Ingrid 2 SURN Andersdotter 1 SEX F 1 _UID 99F6277AB85FD54EB0E5957DA513FD7238FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 JAN 1754 2 PLAC Torsås parish, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 MAR 1835 2 PLAC Torsås parish, Kalmar county, Småland province, Sweden 1 FAMS @F79@ 1 FAMC @F1591@ 0 @I270@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Rogers/ 2 GIVN Charles 2 SURN Rogers 1 SEX M 1 _UID C69A594C1F20464881F2F54A48E702AE6395 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1806 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1806 2 PLAC Vermont 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Hunters Creek Cemetery, Holland, Erie County, NY 1 FAMS @F89@ 0 @I271@ INDI 1 NAME Judith /McKellips/ 2 GIVN Judith 2 SURN McKellips 1 SEX F 1 _UID 74319A3A24520A4497753B129A628B77943D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2007 1 NOTE Father Arthur McKellips? 2 CONT 2 CONT 1820 Holland, Niagara County, New York 2 CONT 2 CONT Arthur McKillips - - - - 1 - 3 1 - 1 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1889 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1889 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE 1889 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1889 2 PLAC Hunters Creek Cemetery, Holland, Erie County, NY 1 FAMS @F89@ 0 @I272@ INDI 1 NAME Lovina /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Lovina 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5B0FF10A0DDFED41B49AEA85BDB461D1DF8B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 SOUR @S1155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.rootsweb.com/~nycattar/1879history/leon.htm#franklin_w 4 CONT 4 CONT HISTORY OF CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NEW YORK 4 CONT Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of its Prominent Men an 4 CONC d Pioneers. 4 CONT 4 CONT Philadelphia: 4 CONT 4 CONT L.H. Everts, 1879, Edited by Franklin Ellis 4 CONT 4 CONT Transcribed from pages 484-495 by Claudia Patterson 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT THE LEON FREE METHODIST CHURCH 4 CONT Was organized in the fall of 1874, by the Rev. J. W. McApline, with the f 4 CONC ollowing members: Joseph Sherman and wife, Melville Everts and wife, Ly 4 CONC man Franklin and Edwin Kellogg. The meetings were held at the Wells Hil 4 CONC l school-house until the fall of 1816, when the old school building at L 4 CONC eon Center was purchased and fitted up for a place of worship. In March 1 4 CONC 878, a board of trustees, composed of Melville Everts, Edwin Kellogg, a 4 CONC nd Hiram Harmon, was chosen to attend to the temporalities of the churc 4 CONC h, which are valued at $1000. 4 CONT In 1876 the Rev. John Taylor was sent to the Leon circuit, and remained o 4 CONC ne year. He was succeeded by I Rev. W. G. Oakes, who continued until Se 4 CONC ptember 1878, I since when the Rev. W. W. Browne has been the pastor. T 4 CONC he church has enjoyed unusual prosperity, and is at present in a flouri 4 CONC shing condition, having 40 members. 4 CONT Its present board of stewards is as follows: Cyrus Ingersoll, Hiram Har 4 CONC mon, Levi Towers, Lyman Franklin, Legrand Morgan, Albert Kellogg, Willi 4 CONC am Hodges. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1824 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 OCT 1905 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Chief cause of death: general debility. Died at the home of William Moo 3 CONC re of First Avenue. William Moore was building an addition onto his hom 3 CONC e (incidentally). 2 SOUR @S438@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RELI a methodist 1 FAMS @F90@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I273@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Byron /SHERMAN/ 2 GIVN Joseph Byron 2 SURN SHERMAN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 578D48A9863E1B4794B4C95FB26890485D3C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2010 1 SOUR @S155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S742@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Joseph Byron Sherman (middle name comes from this source). 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 MAY 1822 2 PLAC North Collins, Erie county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE p.15 of 35 on ancestry.com (p.153 typed) 3 CONT With wife, sons and parents. 1 DSCR 5'9", sandy complexion, grey hair, blue eyes 2 DATE 1872 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1872 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 RELI Free Methodist 2 DATE 1874 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1874 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1890 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1890 2 PLAC South Dayton P.O., Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE 1890 Vet's Schedule 3 CONT p.5 of 6; p.5, SD 11, ED 7 3 CONT Indexed as Joesph R. Sherman on ancestry.com 3 CONT "Privet", Co. A, 64th NY Inf. 1 Sept 1861- 1 Sept 1864; 3 yrs. 3 CONT P.O. South Dayton. Hernia. 1 WILL 2 DATE 15 JAN 1894 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 AUG 1904 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Chief cause of death: Cerebral Apoplexy, contributing cause: ol 1 BURI 2 DATE 25 AUG 1904 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 PROB 2 DATE 13 MAY 1905 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 OCCU 2 PLAC South Dayton, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 OCCU a farmer 1 RELI a methodist 1 FAMS @F90@ 1 FAMC @F122@ 0 @I274@ INDI 1 NAME Eber /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Eber 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID AA1A3AF5B06FED4C982EECBB22AD07AD3B31 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 MAR 2010 1 NOTE http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=398 2 CONT "The greatest amount of sickness and death that I knew of in any locali 2 CONC ty in the Genesee country, was as late as 1821, in the settlements alon 2 CONC g on Black and Sandy Creek. The prevailing disease had all the distinct 2 CONC ive character of the yellow fever, and in a dense population, would hav 2 CONC e been equally as fatal. It was principally owing to the erection of mi 2 CONC ll dams, and consequent flooding of timbered lands. When the mill dams w 2 CONC ere drawn off, the sickness subsided. In one of the earlier years, when R 2 CONC iga and Chili were one town, it was ascertained that 60 died in a popul 2 CONC ation of less than 3,000." 2 CONT -- The Development of Central and Western New York 2 CONT Reminiscences of pioneer Joseph Sibley 2 CONT 2 CONT ________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT View Record Eber Allen 1 Sep 1851 J 2 CONC ul 1969 South Dayton, Cattaraugus, New York 2 CONT View Record Eber Russell 11 Mar 1 2 CONC 881 Oct 1968 Perrysburg, Cattaraugus, New York 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Fredonia 2 CONT 2 CONT Chautaugue County Union. 2 CONT Published 1850-1uuu : Weekly. OCLC 28283505 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT P <1851:3:14> 2 CONT Chautauqua advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1824-1826 : Weekly. OCLC 09789792 2 CONT New York State Library MSC 2 CONT P <1825:3:30> 2 CONT Chautauqua gazette. 2 CONT Published 1817-1826 : Weekly. OCLC 11717478 2 CONT New York State Library MSC 2 CONT P <1822:5:8,15> 2 CONT Chautauque advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1824-1826 : Weekly. OCLC 09789792 2 CONT Continued by: People's gazette (Forestville, N.Y.) AND The Fredonia gaz 2 CONC ette and Chautauque advertiser. 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Van Buren Harbor, 203-457 2 CONT F <1825:8:24, 12:22-29> <1826:3:25, 4:3-5:27> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1825:8:24, 12:22-29> <1826:3:25, 4:3-5:27> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1825:8:24, 12:22-29> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1825:8:24> <1825:12:22-29> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1825:12:22> <1826:3:25-5:27> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1825:8:24, 12:22-29> <1826:3:25-5:27> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1825:8:24, 12:22-29> <1826:3:25-5:27> 2 CONT Chautauque gazette. 2 CONT Published 1817-1826 : Weekly. OCLC 11717478 2 CONT Continued by: People's gazette (Forestville, N.Y.) AND The Fredonia gaz 2 CONC ette and Chautauque advertiser. 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Fredonia, 203-459 2 CONT F <1817:3(no date), 8:5> <1818:1:13, 2:10, 4(no date), 5:5,19, 7:21, 8: 2 CONC 11, 12:22> <1819:1:5, 2:2, 3:23,30, 4:6, 5:11,25, 8:10, 11:2> <1820:1:4 2 CONC , 2:1,28, 6:6, 7:18> <1821:3:13, 7:24> <1822:5:8, 6:26> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1817:3(no date), 8:5> <1818:1:13, 2:10, 4(no date), 5:5,19, 7:21, 8 2 CONC :11, 12:22> <1819:1:5, 2:2, 3:23,30, 4:6, 5:11,25, 8:10, 11:2> <1820:1: 2 CONC 4, 2:1,28, 6:6, 7:18> <1821:3:13, 7:24> <1822:5:8, 6:26> 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1819:8:24> <1820:7:18, 8:22> <1821:8:2> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1817:3:11, 8:5, 12:9> <1818:1:13, 2:10, 4:7, 5:5,19, 7:21, 8:11, 12: 2 CONC 22> <1819:1:5, 2:2, 3:23-4:6, 5:11,25, 8:10, 11:2> <1820:1:4, 2:1, 3:28 2 CONC , 6:6, 7:18> <1821:3:13, 7:24> <1822:5:8, 6:26> 2 CONT P <1817:3:11, 8:5, 9:23, 12:9> <1818:2:10, 5:5, 6:9> <1819:6:6, 7:20, 1 2 CONC 1:2> <1820:1:4> <1821:3:13> <1822:3:8> 2 CONT R <1817:11:11> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1818:1:13, 3:19> <1819:8:10> <1821:7:24> <1822:6:26> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1817:3:7, 8:5, 12:9> <1818:1:13, 2:10, 4:7, 5:5,19, 7:21, 8:11, 12:2 2 CONC 2> <1819:1:5, 2:2, 3:23, 4:6, 5:11,25, 8:10, 11:2> <1820:1:4, 2:1, 3:28 2 CONC , 6:6, 7:18> <1821:3:13, 7:24> <1822:5:8, 6:26> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1817:3:7, 8:5, 12:9> <1818:1:13, 2:10, 4:7, 5:5,19, 7:21, 8:11, 12:2 2 CONC 2> <1819:1:5, 2:2, 3:23, 4:6, 5:11,25, 8:10, 11:2> <1820:1:4, 2:1, 3:28 2 CONC , 6:6, 7:18> <1821:3:13, 7:24> <1822:5:8, 6:26> 2 CONT Watertown Daily Times 2 CONT P <1817:3:18> 2 CONT Daily news (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1897-1uuu : Daily. OCLC 26725377 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Fredonia, 203-459 2 CONT F <1897:5:8, 9:10> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1897:5:8, 9:10> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1897:5:8, 9:10> 2 CONT P <1897:9:10> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1897:5:8, 9:10> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1897:5:8, 9:10> 2 CONT Fredonia advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1851-1868 : Weekly. OCLC 09737019 2 CONT Continues: Fredonia weekly advertiser. 2 CONT Continued by: The Dunkirk union. AND Advertiser and union. 2 CONT Cattaraugus County Memorial/Historical Building 2 CONT P <1868:12:11> 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1857:6:19> <1860:8:31> 2 CONT Chautauqua Township Historical Society 2 CONT P <1864:4:15> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1852:7:2-1864:8:12> 2 CONT P <1852:7:2-1864:8:12> <1867:3:15, 4:19> <1868:7:17> 2 CONT Hanover Historical Center 2 CONT P <1860:12:28> <1861:1:4-11,25> <1863:12:25> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1854:8:11> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT P <1860:8:3> <1867:8:2-9> 2 CONT Valley Historical Museum 2 CONT P <1857:11:6> 2 CONT Fredonia censor (Fredonia, N.Y. : 1824) 2 CONT Published 1824-1932 : Weekly. OCLC 09736918 2 CONT Continues: New-York censor (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Continued by: The Fredonia tribune (Fredonia, N.Y.) AND Fredonia censor 2 CONC -tribune. 2 CONT New York State Library WH 2 N32 D06 2 CONT P <1832:8:18-1833:3:9> <1838:2:7> <1855:9:11> <1862:5:14> <1871:2:8> <1 2 CONC 881:4:6> 2 CONT New York State Library MSC 2 CONT P <1835:10:2> 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Forestville, 203-456 2 CONT F <1840:8:12-17> <1855:1:30> <1873:4:9> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1840:8:12-17> <1855:1:30> <1873:4:9> 2 CONT Ahira Hall Memorial Library 2 CONT P <1869:1:13-1873:1:29> 2 CONT Buffalo & Erie County Public Library 2 CONT F <1826:8:23-12:27> <1827:1:3-24, 2:7-12:26> <1828:1:2-12:31> <1829:1:7 2 CONC -11:18, 12:2-30> <1830:1:6-1921:11:9> 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1825:7:6> <1840:1:15, 2:27> <1842:8:31> <1857:4:8> <1859:9:7, 12:28> < 2 CONC 1860:11:14> <1861:3:20> <1864:1:20> <1865:4:5-12, 7:5> <1868:8:26> <187 2 CONC 3:6:18> <1874:9:30> <1876:9:13> <1879:9:17> <1883:10:10> <1893:1:11-190 2 CONC 7:12:25> <1908:12:23-29> <1911:1:3-1913:1 2:24> <1914:1:7-12:30> 2 CONT Cornell University 2 CONT F <1824:7:7-1825:9:14> <1825:9:28-1829:11:18> <1829:12:2-1834:3:19> <18 2 CONC 35:3:25-1843:8:2> <1843:8:16-1844:7:31> <1844:8:13-1873:6:24> 2 CONT P <1838:7:11> <1842:8:17,31, 10:5> <1844:5:8, 7:3-10, 10:1> <1860:12:26 2 CONC > <1865:4:19> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1824:7:7-1932:2> 2 CONT P <1824:7:7-1931> 2 CONT R <1873:6:18> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1825:5:25, 12:25> <1826:1:4, 2:8,22, 5:24, 6:7-12, 10:25, 11:8> <182 2 CONC 8:10:29> <1829:4:22, 8:5> <1849:3:6,20, 4:17-24, 5:8, 6:12-19, 7:17-31, 8 2 CONC :21-28, 9:11, 10:2-30, 12:4-18> <1850:1:1,15, 1:29-2:5, 3:5-12:31> <185 2 CONC 1:1:7-3:4, 4:1-8, 5:6, 6:3-24, 7:22, 8:5, 19-26, 9:16-23, 10:14-28, 12: 2 CONC 9> 2 CONT Glenn H. Curtiss Museum 2 CONT P <1861:8:14> 2 CONT Gowanda Area Historical Society 2 CONT P <1881:5:25> 2 CONT Historical Society of Dunkirk 2 CONT P <1880:6:30> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1840:8:12> <1844:4:17> <1855:1:30> <1873:4:9> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1824:7:7-1932:2> 2 CONT P <1828:2:6> <1870:6:1> <1867:8:7> <1873:6:18> <1901:9:11-25> 2 CONT Valley Historical Museum 2 CONT P <1908:11:11> 2 CONT Fredonia censor (Fredonia, N.Y. : 1932) 2 CONT Published 1932-1964 : Weekly. OCLC 28760914 2 CONT Continues: Fredonia censor-tribune. 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1939:11:10, 12:29> <1940:1:5-12:27> <1945:8:14> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1932:3:10-1964:4:30> 2 CONT P <1931:1:1-1962> 2 CONT Silver Creek Historical Center 2 CONT P <1945:8:14> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1932:3:10-1964:4:30> 2 CONT Fredonia censor-tribune. 2 CONT Published 1932-1932 : Weekly. OCLC 28745730 2 CONT Continues: Fredonia censor (Fredonia, N.Y. : 1824) 2 CONT Continued by: Fredonia censor (Fredonia, N.Y. : 1932) 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1932:3:3> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1932:3:3> 2 CONT Fredonia courier. 2 CONT Published 1uuu-1uuu : Unknown. OCLC 26725883 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Fredonia, 203-459 2 CONT F <1883 (one issue-no date)> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1883 (one issue-no date)> 2 CONT Fredonia express. 2 CONT Published 1848-1850 : unknown. OCLC 24582840 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Fredonia, 203-459 2 CONT F <1848:8:1> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1848:8:1> 2 CONT The Fredonia express. 2 CONT Published 1848-1850 : Unknown. OCLC 24582840 2 CONT Continues: Frontier express. 2 CONT Continued by: Chautaugue County Union. 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1848:7:18, 12:26> 2 CONT Cornell University 2 CONT F <1848:5:30> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1848:8:1> <1849:2:13-5:29, 6:12-12:25> 2 CONT P <1848:5:30, 8:1> <1849:2:13-5:29, 6:12-12:25> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1848:8:1> 2 CONT Fredonia gazette. 2 CONT Published 1827-1828 : Weekly. OCLC 09790069 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Van Buren Harbor, 203-457 2 CONT F <1827:9:15-12:22> <1828:1:5-4:12,26-5:3> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1827:9:15-12:22> <1828:1:5-4:12,26-5:3> 2 CONT The Fredonia gazette. 2 CONT Published 1827-1828 : Weekly. OCLC 09790069 2 CONT Continues: The Fredonia gazette and Chautauque advertiser. 2 CONT Continued by: The Dunkirk gazette. 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1828:2:16, 3:1> 2 CONT P <1828:2:16, 3:1> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1827:10:6,27, 11:17, 12:8> <1828:1:10> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1827:9:15-12:22> <1828:1:5-4:12,26-5:3> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1827:9:15-12:22> <1828:1:5-4:12, 4:26-53> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1827:9:15-12:22> <1828:1:5-4:12, 4:26-5:3> 2 CONT Fredonia gazette and Chautauque advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1826-1827 : Weekly. OCLC 09802705 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Van Buren Harbor, 203-457 2 CONT F <1826:6:3-11:18> <1826:12:2-1827:5:19, 6:2-30, 7:14-9:8> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1826:6:3-11:18> <1826:12:2-1827:5:19, 6:2-30, 7:14-9:8> 2 CONT The Fredonia gazette and Chautauque advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1826-1827 : Weekly. OCLC 09802705 2 CONT Continues: People's gazette (Forestville, N.Y.) AND Chautauque gazette. 2 CONT Continued by: The Fredonia gazette. 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1826:7:22> <1827:5:5, 6:30, 7:28> 2 CONT P <1826:7:22, 9:2> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1827:5:5, 6:30, 7:28> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1826:6:3-11:18, 12:2-30> <1827:1:6-2:10,24-3:24, 4:7-5:19, 6:2-30, 7 2 CONC :14-9:8> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1826:6:3-11:18, 12:2-30> <1827:1:6-2:10, 2:24-3:24, 4:7-5:19, 6:2-30 2 CONC , 7:14-9:8> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1826:6:3-11:18, 12:2-30> <1827:1:6-2:10, 2:24-3:24, 4:7-5:19, 6:2-30 2 CONC , 7:14-9:8> 2 CONT Fredonia times (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 189u-1uuu : Daily. OCLC 26725823 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Fredonia, 203-459 2 CONT F <1898:2:11> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1898:2:11> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1898:2:11> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1898:2:11> 2 CONT The Fredonia tribune (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1932-1932 : Weekly. OCLC 28602454 2 CONT Continued by: Fredonia censor (Fredonia, N.Y. : 1824) AND Fredonia cens 2 CONC or-tribune. 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT P <1932:1:21-2:25> 2 CONT Fredonia weekly advertiser. 2 CONT Published 1851-1852 : Weekly. OCLC 28897195 2 CONT Continued by: Fredonia advertiser. 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1851:7:4-12:26> <1852:1:2-6:25> 2 CONT P <1851:7:4-12:26> <1852:1:2-6:25> 2 CONT Fredonian (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1903-1903 : Weekly. OCLC 28600799 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT P <1903:10:17-11:7> 2 CONT Frontier express. 2 CONT Published 1846-1848 : Weekly. OCLC 09745847 2 CONT Continued by: The Fredonia express. 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95 Fredonia 200-489 2 CONT F <1846:6:2-1847:9:21, 10:5-1848:5:23> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1846:6:2-1847:9:21, 10:5-1848:5:23> 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT F <1846:6:2-1847:9:21, 10:5-1848:5:23> 2 CONT P <1846:6:2-12:29> <1847:1:7-1848:5:23> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT P <1847:10:26> <1848:2:15, 5:16,30, 8:1> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1846:6:2-1848:5:23> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1846:6:2-9:21, 10:5-1848:5:23> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1846:6:2-12:29> <1847:1:5-9:21, 10:5-12:28> <1848:1:4-5:23> 2 CONT Gazette (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1886-1uuu : Monthly. OCLC 27058294 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT P <1886:11> 2 CONT New-York censor (Fredonia, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1821-1824 : Weekly. OCLC 09736967 2 CONT Continued by: Fredonia censor (Fredonia, N.Y. : 1824) 2 CONT Cornell University 2 CONT F <1823:4:9-1824:6:30> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1821:11:13-20, 12:4,18-25> <1822:1:23-2:13, 3:6,20-27, 4:10-17> <182 2 CONC 3:4:9-12:31> <1824:1:7-6:30> 2 CONT P <1821:11:13-20, 12:4-25> <1822:1:23-2:13, 3:6,20-27, 4:10-17> <1823:4 2 CONC :9-1824:6:30> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1821:4:17, 5:8,22, 10:16> <1822:4:17, 5:22, 7:31, 9:25> <1823:1:15, 2 2 CONC :26, 3:5,18> 2 CONT New York Historical Society 2 CONT P <1822:4:10> 2 CONT Starr's up-to-date. 2 CONT Published 1898-1898 : Weekly. OCLC 26725520 2 CONT Continued by: The up-to-date. 2 CONT D.R. 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Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT F <1898:10:10-11:21> <1899:9:9-26> 2 CONT P <1898:10:10-11:21> <1899:9:19-26> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1898:10:10-11:21> <1899:9:19-26> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1898:10:10-11:21> <1899:9:19-26> 2 CONT P <1899:8:29> 2 CONT Western Democrat and literary inquirer. 2 CONT Published 1834-1836 : Weekly. OCLC 11718381 2 CONT Chautauqua County Historical Society 2 CONT P <1834:12:23-1835:12:15> <1836:9:6> 2 CONT D.R. Barker Library/Museum 2 CONT P <1835:4:7, 12:1,29> <1836:6:21-7:5, 8:23> 2 CONT Mount Morris Shopper 2 CONT P <1836:5:10> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1834:12:23-1835:12:15> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1834:12:23-30> <1835:1:6-12:15> 2 CONT P <1835:1:6, 3:10, 5:19-26, 9:15> <1936:1:19, 3:15> 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95, Fredonia, 203-459 2 CONT F <1834:12:23> <1835:1:6-12:15> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M2 <1834:12:23> <1835:1:6-12:15> 1 SOUR @S892@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Eber and Martha lived with the Kendalls one year; this is from the Catt C 4 CONC o Probate Index: 4 CONT 4 CONT KENDALL, ANNIE E. CLEVELAND, CUYAHOGA, OH 5-24-97 4 CONT KENDALL, HART YORKSHIRE 5-2-273 4 CONT KENDALL, LAURA M. SALAMANCA 5-14-601 4 CONT KENDALL, ONIA SALAMANCA 5-25-157 4 CONT KENDALL, SAMUEL PULASKI, IOWA, WI 5-2-397 4 CONT KENDALL, STEPHEN ELLICOTTVILLE 5-3-101 1 SOUR @S1145@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT New York Military Equipment Claims, War of 1812 4 CONT 4 CONT No.: 81 4 CONT NAME OF APPLICANT.: Franklin, Eber, 4 CONT RESIDENCE OF APPLICANT.: Leon, New York, 4 CONT AMOUNTALLOWED.: 65 00 1 SOUR @S1156@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Northampton Township, Ontario County, New York 1800 Census 4 CONT (location of future Riga and Chili) 4 CONT 4 CONT http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ny/ontario/census/1800/cens0004.tx 4 CONC t?o_xid=0022846292&o_lid=0022846292&o_xt=qIbAQwFO4k 1 SOUR @S1221@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Bertha Milspaw Notes- 4 CONT 4 CONT 1854 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23 4 CONT Simeon Franklin Lot 30 4 CONT Lathrop Francis Lot 31 4 CONT Job Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Alfred Francis Lot 23 4 CONT Cadwin Francis Lot 24 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1856 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin Lot 49 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Lemuel Hall Lot 55 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 4 CONT John Franklin 52 4 CONT Andrews [Andrus] Franklin 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT 4 CONT 1859 4 CONT Simeon Francis Lot 24, 32, 23 4 CONT George Francis 4 CONT John Franklin 4 CONT Harrison Franklin 4 CONT George Franklin 4 CONT William Franklin 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23- 66 acres 4 CONT Lyman Franklin Lot 53 4 CONT Joshua Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Daniel Franklin Lot 42 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 26 4 CONT Lathrop Franklin [Francis?] Lot 46 4 CONT 4 CONT Civil War 4 CONT Conewango 4 CONT Frederick Francis 112th Inf (E) Aug 1862 4 CONT Andrus Franklin Pvt, Aug 31, 1861. -1865 4 CONT Horace Hall 9th Cav 1862 4 CONT Leonard Franklin Hall Pvt Co E, 9th Cav 1861-1864 4 CONT Philander Hall Co I. 9th Cav 1864-1865 4 CONT Leon 4 CONT George Francis Serg. Co K. 1861-1862 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 1861-1862 4 CONT Wm. S. Franklin 1861- died 4 CONT James Franklin 1864-1865 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 1861-1864 4 CONT 4 CONT Hollow Cemetery 4 CONT Ruffis Franklin 1816-1869 4 CONT Ella Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Daniel Franklin 1878- 70 yrs 4 CONT Susan Franklin, wife Daniel 1880- [50?] yrs 4 CONT Susan Melissa Franklin, wife John Franklin- age 19 yrs 4 CONT Andres Franklin 1863- no age 4 CONT Dolly Franklin, wife 1865- 80 yrs 4 CONT Sally Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Hiram Franklin 1840- 40 yrs 4 CONT Loamy Franklin- wife age 71 yrs 4 CONT George Cooper 1835-1907 4 CONT Clarinda Cooper 1849-1920 4 CONT Sarah M., wife of Delos Blanchard, age 19 yrs 4 CONT 4 CONT Treat Memorial 4 CONT Lyman Franklin - 1905, 84 yrs 4 CONT Jane Franklin- 1905 4 CONT Rebecca, wife of Andrew 1859- 31 yrs 4 CONT Melinda [Farnam], wife of Jacob- 1878 4 CONT Joseph K. Hall- 1854 4 CONT Nancy Hall, wife 1853 4 CONT Mary G Franklin 1874-1943 4 CONT Dennis J. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Beulah M. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Charles H. Franklin 1848-1929 4 CONT Melvina J. Franklin 1848-1912 4 CONT Mary Gertrude- Feb 21, 1962 4 CONT 4 CONT Fairview Cemetery on Armbruster 4 CONT (May 1980 read) 4 CONT Retire C. Morgan b.Apr 21, 1813, died 5 May 1883 4 CONT Mary H. Morgan b.8 May 1813, no d.date 4 CONT A.M. Franklin 1868-1887 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Martha Franklin 4 CONT Wm. N. Herrick 1820-1884 4 CONT Mary Herrick 1825-1866 4 CONT Louise C. Herrick 1826-1862 4 CONT Sarah R., wife of James Harrison Jr. b.Sept 20, 1864 d. 2 Aug 1890- age 2 4 CONC 5 4 CONT Sarah M. dau. of E. F & S. Lengfilter March 13, 1881- July 12 1881 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1855 Census 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 36 4 CONT Layfayette Franklin, son 4 4 CONT 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 32 4 CONT Jane 31 4 CONT Boyden 5 4 CONT Alice 1 4 CONT 4 CONT June 1855 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin 36 4 CONT Henrietta 31 4 CONT James 8 4 CONT Charles H. 3 4 CONT 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 32 4 CONT Lovina 30 4 CONT Albert 10 4 CONT James 7 4 CONT 4 CONT John Sherman 79 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin 64 4 CONT Martha 64 4 CONT George 17 4 CONT Harrison 13 4 CONT 4 CONT William Franklin 27 4 CONT Mary [17- obv wrong] 4 CONT Asa [76- obv wrong] 4 CONT 4 CONT Cad Francis 59 4 CONT Bantha Francis 63 4 CONT Simeon Francis 32 4 CONT Eliza Francis 21 4 CONT Harrison Hall 31 son-in-law 4 CONT Delinda Hall 26 daughter 4 CONT Delos Franklin 15 4 CONT Leona Franklin 6 Erie 4 CONT Alfred Francis 24 4 CONT Jane Francis 31 wife Washington 4 CONT Nelson Francis 4 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUN 1791 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 2 SOUR @S369@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 DATE 1821 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1821 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 SOUR @S575@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1830 Conewango, Cattaraugus County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT p.246 (p.15 of 24) 5 CONT James Franklin Sr. 1 m 10 - 15, 1 m 80 - 90, 1 f 80-90 5 CONT Henry Franklin 1 m 40-50, 1 f 30-40 5 CONT Theophilus Fairbank 5 CONT Andres Franklin 1 m 15-20, 4 m 20-30, 1 m 40-50, 2 f 10-15, 1 f 15-20, 1 f 4 5 CONC 0-50 5 CONT Richard Aothoudt 5 CONT Phillip Bigler 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin 1 m 15-20, 1 m 60-70, 1 f 50-60 5 CONT Whitman Franklin 1 m < 5, 1 m 30-40, 2 f < 5, 2 f 5-10, 1 f 30-40 5 CONT Simeon Harmon 5 CONT Eber Franklin 1 m < 5, 2 m 5-10, 1 m 10-15, 1 m 30-40, 2 f < 5, 1 f 5- 5 CONC 10, 1 f 10-15, 1 f 30-40 5 CONT Isaac Leach 5 CONT Asa Franklin 5 CONT 5 CONT p.247 5 CONT Justin H. Wells 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 f <5 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 f 30 < 40 5 CONT next to Timothy Darling, Gustavus Warner. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 SOUR @S711@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT (Eber Franklin) p.101 ancestry.com p.9 of 11 5 CONT 5 CONT 1 1 1 2 1 - 1 - - - - - - - 1 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 (George) 5 CONT 1 m 5 < 10 (Eber Jr.) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 (Ichabod) 5 CONT 2 m 15 < 20 (Lyman, Benjamin) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (Andrew) 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 (Eber) 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 (Joanna) 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 15 (Aurelia- or Mary? Where's the other?) 5 CONT 1 f 15 < 20 (Lovina) 5 CONT 1 f 40 < 50 (Martha) 5 CONT 5 CONT (Ichabod Franklin) 5 CONT ancestry.co p.7 of 11 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin m - - - - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (Ichabod) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Laura Harmon) 5 CONT 1 f 60 < 70 (Levinah) 5 CONT 5 CONT p.1 of 11 5 CONT John Sickles - - - - 1 - - 1 f 1 - - 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 m 50 < 60 5 CONT 1 f < 5 5 CONT 1 f 15 < 20 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 f 50 < 60 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 SOUR @S710@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.13 of 35 ancestry.com (p.13 written) 5 CONT Dwelling 110/ Family 114 5 CONT Eber 68 b.NH Farming 1,700 RE 600 PE 5 CONT Patty 65 b.NJ 5 CONT George 22 b.NY Farming 5 CONT Diana 19 b.PA 5 CONT Harrison 19 b.NY Farming 1 WILL 2 DATE 19 JUL 1864 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JUN 1876 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 SOUR @S369@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Debbie Golley at debgolley@hotmail.com, : 5 CONT 5 CONT Hi, 5 CONT I just came from Leon and I found the Fairview Cemetery. It only took u 5 CONC s two hours to find it. It is only a five minute walk from the road on 5 CONC ce you find it. I can show you when any of you are out here. there ar 5 CONC e only about 5 or 6 stones. None of them are standing, they are all kno 5 CONC cked down. I found Martha and Eber. It is one stone and says: "Martha, w 5 CONC ife of Eber Franklin, died Sept 30, 1874, aged 77 years 5 months and 3 d 5 CONC ays. Eber Franklin Died June (unreadable), 1876. Aged 85 years. " The 5 CONC re was also a small stone that said: A.M. Franklin, 1865-1887. The oth 5 CONC er names were Morgans amd Herrick's. I took pictures and will e-mail t 5 CONC hem to you as soon as they are developed, my digital camara had dead ba 5 CONC tteries which I didn't realize until I went to use it. Thankfully I had b 5 CONC oth camaras with me. 5 CONT Talk to you soon. 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 22 JUN 1876 2 _SDATE 23 JUN 1876 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Fairview Cemetery 1 PROB 2 DATE 4 FEB 1878 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 OCCU a farmer 1 RELI a baptist 1 FAMS @F91@ 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I275@ INDI 1 NAME Martha "Patty" /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Martha "Patty" 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX F 1 _UID 38A9DEC8E09AD143B79BEB5E2757EA122A2A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 NOTE There is some confusion regarding Martha's nickname being either "Patty 2 CONC " or "Polly", as certain Gedcom files have appeared on the internet whi 2 CONC ch erroneously say it is "Polly." 2 CONT 2 CONT The following census return information, as well as death records for t 2 CONC hose of the children that I have seen, verify the name as Martha "Patty 2 CONC " Kimble. 2 CONT 2 CONT 1850 Leon 2 CONT Eber Franklin 55 NY 2 CONT Patty Franklin 50 NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 1855 Leon 2 CONT Eber Franklin 64 VT 2 CONT Martha Franklin 48 NJ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1860 Leon 2 CONT Eber Franklin 68 NH 2 CONT Pattey Franklin 65 NJ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1865 Leon 2 CONT Eber Franklin 74 Vermont 2 CONT Patty Franklin 68 NJ Mother of 12 2 CONT 2 CONT 1870 Leon 2 CONT Eber Franklin 79 Vermont 2 CONT Martha Franklin 73 New Jersey 2 CONT Lafayette 2 CONT 2 CONT Andrew Jackson Franklin death record Eber and Pattie (maiden name unkno 2 CONC wn) 2 CONT 2 CONT Lovina Sherman death record Eber and Martha (Kimball) 2 CONT 2 CONT Ichabod W. Franklin death record Eber and Patsy (Kimball) 2 CONT 2 CONT William Henry Harrison Franklin death record Eber and Patty (Kimble) 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Family Bible records from the Harrison Franklin/ Mary Elizabeth Darling f 2 CONC amily say Eber Franklin and Patty Kimble. 2 CONT 2 CONT The Dorothy Raymoure Franklin Genealogy mentions the name "BONE. 2 CONT 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT From Catt Co Probate Index: 2 CONT 2 CONT KIMBALL, ASAHEL OTTO 5-1-12 2 CONT KIMBALL, ELI HUMPHREY 5-6-189 2 CONT KIMBLE, CYNTHIA E. GOWANDA 5-5-593 2 CONT KIMBLE, DEBORAH PERSIA 5-21-77 2 CONT KIMBLE, ELIZBAETH C. PERSIA 5-10-113 2 CONT KIMBLE, MOSES DAYTON 5-2-320 1 SOUR @S803@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Top of Form 1 Re: Benjamin K 4 CONC imble b. 18 Nov 1806 4 CONT Posted by: Cathy Howell Date: April 14, 2001 at 17:19:04 4 CONT In Reply to: Benjamin Kimble b. 18 Nov 1806 <278.html> by C 4 CONC hris Kimball of 587 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT I have a Benjamin Kimble, born somewhere in NY c1807. He married Paulin 4 CONC a Hoag on 3/18/1831 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co, Ohio. Might this be y 4 CONC our Benjamin? My interest is actually through Paulina's sister, Amanda, b 4 CONC ut I'd love to find a connection. 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Form 1 Re: Benjamin K 4 CONC imble b. 18 Nov 1806 4 CONT Posted by: Chris Kimball < 4 CONC /u> Date: April 15, 2001 at 17:58:19 4 CONT In Reply to: Re: Benjamin Kimble b. 18 Nov 1806 <295.html> by Cathy Howell of 587 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT Yes, this is Benjamin Kimble, I'm looking for. 4 CONT 4 CONT The wedding date and location agrees with our records. We have her name a 4 CONC s Perlina or Paulina or Paulinda L. Hoag b. 6 Oct 1807 "in N.Y. State. ) P 4 CONC rob near Pawling in Dutchess Co, where there are many Hoag families...? 4 CONC " 4 CONT d. 14 Nov 1892 near Thompson, Ohio. 4 CONT 4 CONT She is a most interesting character in our family, a devout Quaker who r 4 CONC an a stop on the Underground Railway and who later wouldn't allow a mar 4 CONC ker to be put on her husband's grave (pretentious). 4 CONT 4 CONT There's a little more on Perlina, feel free to contact me directly at k 4 CONC imball@ntplx.net for more (free!) 4 CONT 4 CONT Chris Kimball 1 SOUR @S1135@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 APR 1797 2 PLAC New Jersey 2 SOUR @S369@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 SEP 1874 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 SOUR @S369@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 30 SEP 1874 2 _SDATE 1 OCT 1874 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Fairview Cemetery 1 FAMS @F91@ 1 FAMC @F99@ 0 @I276@ INDI 1 NAME Ichabod /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ichabod 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 920BACB8A5A4AC48B7C379AF499DE2EA9284 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 FEB 2008 1 SOUR @S891@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT 1810 "Burn" Census 4 CONT 4 CONT 3558 Franklin Arnold Ontario 242 4 CONT 3559 Franklin Arroga Genesee 144 4 CONT 3560 Franklin Asa Genesee 143 4 CONT 3561 Franklin Asahel Allegany 4 4 CONT 3562 Franklin Benjamin Ontario 243 4 CONT 3563 Franklin Ebenezer Ontario 243 4 CONT 3564 Franklin Henry Genesee 144 4 CONT 3565 Franklin Ichobod Genesee 144 4 CONT 3566 Franklin Ishi Genesee 110 4 CONT 3567 Franklin James Genesee 144 4 CONT 3568 Franklin Jehiel Ontario 243 4 CONT 3569 Franklin Noah Allegany 6 4 CONT 3570 Franklin R. Niagara 118 4 CONT 3571 Franklin Solomon Ontario 238 4 CONT 3572 Franklin Sylvimous Genesee 146 4 CONT 3573 Franklin William Ontario 206 4 CONT 3574 Frankling James Genesee 143 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 AUG 1764 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 1 RESI 2 DATE AFT 11 DEC 1788 2 _SDATE 12 DEC 1788 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 1 CENS 2 DATE 1800 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1800 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 2 SOUR @S684@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1800 Chelsea, Orange County, Vermont census 5 CONT 5 CONT Wm McDole 2 - - 1 - f 1 1 - 1 - 5 CONT 5 CONT Nath'l Oak 1 1 4 4 2 f 1 1 2 - 1 5 CONT 5 CONT Icahbod Franklin - 1 - - 1 f - - - - 1 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin Jr. 4 - - 1 - f 1 - - 1 - 5 CONT 5 CONT Nath'l Bosworth 2 SOUR @S1156@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Northampton Township, Ontario County, New York 1800 Census 5 CONT (location of future Riga and Chili) 5 CONT 5 CONT http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ny/ontario/census/1800/cens0004.tx 5 CONC t?o_xid=0022846292&o_lid=0022846292&o_xt=qIbAQwFO4k 1 RESI 2 DATE ABT 1812 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1812 2 PLAC Chili, Monroe county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE 1822 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1822 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 DEC 1837 1 RELI a methodist 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Methodist 1 FAMS @F92@ 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I277@ INDI 1 NAME Levinah /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Levinah 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1C82E702029C3C4BB774B4C448D17C8064DC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 OCT 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 AUG 1770 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE living with son Ichabod in Leon in 1840. 2 SOUR @S711@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT (Eber Franklin) p.101 ancestry.com p.9 of 11 5 CONT 1 1 1 2 1 - 1 - - - - - - - 1 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 5 CONT 1 m 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 5 CONT 2 m 15 < 20 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 15 5 CONT 1 f 15 < 20 5 CONT 1 f 40 < 50 5 CONT 5 CONT (Ichabod Franklin) 5 CONT ancestry.co p.7 of 11 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin m - - - - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (Ichabod) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Laura Harmon) 5 CONT 1 f 60 < 70 (Levinah) 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 FEB 1845 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 1 FAMS @F92@ 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I278@ INDI 1 NAME Ichabod /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ichabod 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID DD96149C848E2B40B8D238F1CDBD33C2D2EC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 OCT 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 APR 1739 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE 22 JAN 1761 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 PROP 2 DATE 6 JUL 1768 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 NOTE Or is this a deed of his father, Ichabod? 2 SOUR @S1299@ 3 PAGE v.107, p.179 (July 1953) 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE v.107, p.179 (July 1953) 3 DATA 4 TEXT NEHGS Register 5 CONT 5 CONT The Wittemore Family in America 5 CONT 5 CONT "Samuel Whetemore" was an original grantee of Walpole, N. H., 18 Oct 17 5 CONC 52 (N.H. State Papers, vol.13 , p.596). Samuel Whitemore was an origina 5 CONC l grantee of Winchester, N. H., 2 July 1753 (Winchester, N. H., Town Re 5 CONC cords, vol. 1, p. 80). Additional land; lots #2 and #3 at the "Three Mo 5 CONC untains" were granted Samuel on the same day (ibid., p.104). On 1 March 1 5 CONC 757, town meeting chose Samuel Whittemore Constable for the year ensuin 5 CONC g (ibid, p.430). 5 CONT "Samll Whitemore" of Winchester, weaver, sold 8 1/2 acres of land there t 5 CONC o Ichabof Franklin of Winchester, yeoman, for 2.11 lbs. Witnesses: Isaa 5 CONC c Temple and Josiah Willard. Dated and acknowledged 6 July 1768. Record 5 CONC ed 10 Aug . 1773 (Cheshire, N. H., Deeds, vol. 3, p.333). 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F93@ 1 FAMS @F120@ 1 FAMC @F94@ 0 @I279@ INDI 1 NAME Molly /Whitman/ 2 GIVN Molly 2 SURN Whitman 1 SEX F 1 _UID E23D6BB5B0510C46B75C0C524A39350EC9D0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1743 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1743 2 PLAC Weymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 MAY 1778 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 1 FAMS @F93@ 1 FAMC @F97@ 0 @I280@ INDI 1 NAME Hester /Horton/ 2 GIVN Hester 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID B131ABC826741941A68C199F897328388F32 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 NOTE Placed in guardianship of John Wilmouth/Wilmarth 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 MAY 1711 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts 1 ADOP 2 DATE 1 NOV 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE On 12 March 1829, the apparent siblings of Adam, children of Nathan,sel 3 CONC l Adam their shares of property in Guernsey county. 3 CONT 3 CONT On 22 January 1833, Joseph Huffman and Elizabeth Huffman also soldland t 3 CONC o Adam Kimble. I am assuming that Elizabeth is also a sister. 3 CONT 3 CONT 30 April and 8 Sept, 1835, Adam Acquired Land in Guernsey County fromth 3 CONC e Federal Government: 3 CONT Adam Kimble of Guernsey County; Document #6508; US Military Survey;(TIF 3 CONC F Document Image 470); Signature Date 30 April 1835; 40 Acres; SW°of SE 3 CONC °; Sec 21; T4N R2W, Guernsey County. 3 CONT Adam Kimble of Guernsey County; Document #4000; US Military Survey;(TIF 3 CONC F Document Image 027); Signature Date 8 Sept 1835; 79.11 Acres; E1/2 of N 3 CONC W°; Sec 1; T3N R2W, Guernsey County. 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 3 CONC __ 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Terry, 3 CONT 3 CONT Do you know who were the parents of John Kimble who married SarahMorela 3 CONC nd on 29 June 1830 in Guernsey Co.? Glen Kimble originally gaveme the m 3 CONC arriage info but his email address (ki7krham@midwest.net) isnot working 3 CONC . Is John related to Adam and Mary Huffman Kimble? 3 CONT 3 CONT Karen Hutten 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 APR 1739 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts? 2 NOTE She is said to have died during childbirth (Raymoure's Franklin 1 FAMS @F94@ 1 FAMC @F98@ 1 FAMC @F165@ 0 @I281@ INDI 1 NAME James /Franklin/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID A7213977BB5F714B9337ACC78BD2A6EC7A4C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 AUG 2009 1 SOUR @S1247@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT An Historical Sketch of The Town of Scituate, R.I.; Part 4 File contrib 4 CONC uted for use in USGenWeb Archives by Janet Anderson JANR67A@prodigy.com U 4 CONC SGENWEB NOTICE: These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any for 4 CONC mat for profit or presentation by other organizations. Material may be f 4 CONC reely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains o 4 CONC n all copied material, *and* permission is obtained from the contributo 4 CONC r of the file. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material f 4 CONC or non-commercial purposes, must obtain the written consent of the cont 4 CONC ributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the l 4 CONC isted USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. ------------------ 4 CONC --------------------------------------------------- An Historical Sketc 4 CONC h of The Town of Scituate, R.I. Published by Order of the Town Council D 4 CONC elivered in Scituate, Rhode Island July 4, 1876 At the request of the T 4 CONC own Authorities By C. C. Beaman Phenix Capron & Campbell, Steam Book an 4 CONC d Job Printers 1877 4 CONT 4 CONT SCITUATE IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR From the character of the men who set 4 CONC tled in Rode Island it might be expected that they would be quick and e 4 CONC nergetic in resisting all encroachments upon their liberties, and such w 4 CONC as the case. The taking of the Gaspee was the earliest resistance by ar 4 CONC ms to the power of Great Britain in any of the colonies. Great sympathy w 4 CONC as awakened for the people of Boston, under the vexations and vindictiv 4 CONC e treatment of England, and supplies were voted in all the Rhode Island t 4 CONC owns, and sent for their relief. When the news of the battle of Lexingt 4 CONC on arrived at Providence a thousand men were on the march the next day f 4 CONC or the scene of conflict, but were contermanded by expresses from Lexin 4 CONC gton. The Rhode Island forces, incorporated with the grand army before B 4 CONC oston, were placed under the direction of Washington. Rev. William Emer 4 CONC son, of Concord, chaplain in the army, who saw them at Cambridge in 177 4 CONC 5, describing the military camps there, from various places, and notici 4 CONC ng the want of tents and arms and apparel of many of the companies, say 4 CONC s of some proper tents and marquees: "In these are the Rhode Islanders, w 4 CONC ho are furnished with tent equipage and everything in the most exact En 4 CONC glish style." But it was not always so. Two years later, Aug. 27, 1777, C 4 CONC ol. Israel Angell writing from the camp to the Governor of Rhode Island 4 CONC , declares that "pure necessity urges me to write you of the wretched c 4 CONC ondition of my command, as to their clothing and equipments. Only one h 4 CONC alf of the men are fit for duty, and many are barefoot." At another tim 4 CONC e, of some companies, it was said: "There are not two in five who have a s 4 CONC hoe or stocking, or other apparel to make them decent. But they rendere 4 CONC d good service at Brandywine a month afterwards, contributing to a very i 4 CONC mportant victory. Washington said of them: "The gallant behavior of Col 4 CONC . Angell's regiment on the 23d of June, at Springfield, reflects the hi 4 CONC ghest honor upon the officers and men: they disputed an important pass w 4 CONC ith so obstinate a bravery that they lost upwards of forty in killed an 4 CONC d wounded and missing -- nearly one-fourth of their number, before they g 4 CONC ave up their ground to a vast superiority of force. Job and Joseph Ange 4 CONC ll, twin brothers, born January 19, 1745, were out in arms during the w 4 CONC hole of the Revolutionary war. Job commanded a company but did not go o 4 CONC ut of the State. He has a son Job living in Scituate. Joseph Angell con 4 CONC tinued a private soldier, refusing offers of promotion, and distinguish 4 CONC ed himself in the war. He was with Washington the greater part of the w 4 CONC ar and fought in many battles. The old people that knew him had memorie 4 CONC s very quick to remember "Uncle Joe," the old soldier, who made a good i 4 CONC mpression on their minds. He used to relate tales of the war and events i 4 CONC n the battles of which he was one of the actors. At the battle of Monmo 4 CONC uth the day being very hot, the men after the action flung themselves d 4 CONC own by the river to drink, and many of them died in consequence, and in 4 CONC deed many were so faint that they died where they laid down, without dr 4 CONC inking. Capt. Boss, Joseph's captain, laid down completely exhausted, u 4 CONC ntil some one came and raised him up to drink spirits. Gen. Washington r 4 CONC ode in among the troops ordering them not to drink without first tastin 4 CONC g some spiritous liquor. Joseph said he always kept a little in his can 4 CONC teen for such a purpose, and he had so reserved some for himself in tha 4 CONC t battle. In the fight at the Red Bank on the Jersey shore, when the He 4 CONC ssians unsuccessfully attacked Fort Mercer, and were so cut up by the f 4 CONC ire of the Americans, Joseph loaded and fired his gun for forty minutes a 4 CONC s fast as he could, and without a moment's cessation until his gun beca 4 CONC me so hot that he could not hold it in his hand. At a time during the w 4 CONC ar, when an engagement was about to commence, a cannon-ball from the en 4 CONC emy struck an apple tree in the road, taking off a branch. Washington, w 4 CONC ho was near, pleasantly remarked: "That was a good shot." Accounts agre 4 CONC e that Joseph really loved the soldier's profession, that he engaged in i 4 CONC t with his whole heart, and conducted himself bravely during the whole w 4 CONC ar. When peace was declared he returned to Scituate to take up once mor 4 CONC e the plough. He selected a daughter of John Edwards for his wife, and h 4 CONC ad two sons, Jonathan and Israel, who both married and removed to the S 4 CONC tate of New York. Joseph Knight acted an important part in the Revoluti 4 CONC onary war. His father, Jonathan Knight, executed to him the lease of hi 4 CONC s far for six years, April 4th, 1763, Jeremiah and Andrew Angell witnes 4 CONC sing the same. He appears to have used his teams extensively in transpo 4 CONC rtation for Hope furnace. From papers in the possession of his descenda 4 CONC nts, which have been kindly loaned me, we get much information of Revol 4 CONC utionary times. He seems to have had a taste early for military life, h 4 CONC aving received from. Gov. Samuel Ward, June 16th, 1766, a commission as E 4 CONC nsign of the First Company, or Trained Band, of Providence. He was made L 4 CONC ieutenant of the same company, in 1769, and in August, 1774, he was cre 4 CONC ated Captain. April, 1775, after the news of battle of Lexington, a com 4 CONC pany was formed in Scituate under him as captain, the roll headed thus: " 4 CONC We do enlist ourselves as Volunteers in the present emergency in defenc 4 CONC e of our country and Right of Privileges and Liberty." Four new compani 4 CONC es were chartered in Scituate, Dec. 5, 1774, and one of them was called " 4 CONC Scituate Hunters." A letter from Gov. Cooke to Joseph Knight, dated Pro 4 CONC vidence, Dec. 19, 1775, directed to him as captain of the second compan 4 CONC y of minute men in Scituate, says: "You are hereby directed to gather t 4 CONC ogether the company under your command with all possible expedition and m 4 CONC arch them to this town in order to be transported to Rhode Island for t 4 CONC he defence of that island. You are to be careful that the men are prope 4 CONC rly equipped with arms, ammunition and blankets fit for immediate servi 4 CONC ce. I have advice from Gen. Washington that eight large transports, wit 4 CONC h two tenders, having on board one regiment of foot, and three companie 4 CONC s of horse sailed from Boston last Saturday, and I have no doubt that y 4 CONC our officers and men will exert themselves upon this occasion with thei 4 CONC r usual ardor." Gov. West sends an order from head-quarters to Capt. Kn 4 CONC ight, Jan. 12, 1776, for nine privates with a commission officer and se 4 CONC rgeant or corporal, upon fatigue duty. Ten days afterwards Gen. Lippitt d 4 CONC irects him, from Prudence, to send ten men up there to go in a scow dow 4 CONC n to the Pearl. The men sent were in the fight at Prudence. According t 4 CONC o the record they were, Joseph Knight, captain: William Brownell and Si 4 CONC meon Wilbour, sergeants; Abraham Angell, corporal; and Joseph Turner, S 4 CONC tephen Leach, Oliver Leach, Oliver Fisk, Zebedee Snow, Christopher Edwa 4 CONC rds, Joseph Wight, Moses Colvin, and Christopher Knight. Providence was t 4 CONC hreatened by the enemy and Scituate was called upon to assist in its de 4 CONC fence. Gen. Sullivan writes to Mr. Knight, who has been promoted to be L 4 CONC ieut.-Colonel, to march immediately with his regiment to their aid: "Pr 4 CONC ay, delay no time, for by the delay of one hour we may lose the town of P 4 CONC rovidence; let each man take three days provision, and wait there for f 4 CONC urther orders." About this time, March 18, 1777, Elizabeth Knight write 4 CONC s from Scituate to her husband, who was with his troops at Warwick: "Th 4 CONC ese lines are to let you know that we are all well at present. I want y 4 CONC ou to come home soon as you can, to see about getting some flax, for it i 4 CONC s very scarce to be had. There are some men who want to be boarded at y 4 CONC our house, and I want you to send to me whether you are willing to boar 4 CONC d them or not. So I remain your loving wife, Elizabeth Knight." There y 4 CONC ou see a woman of the old heroic time, -- quiet, diligent, deferring to h 4 CONC er husband, subjecting herself to the circumstnces of the time, and hea 4 CONC rtily embracing the good cause. In talking of the men of the Revolution w 4 CONC e should never forget the women, whose sacrifices were great, and whose z 4 CONC eal and courage in the patriot cause was abounding. Rufus Hopkins, who s 4 CONC eems to have been especially active and efficient in the good cause, wr 4 CONC ites Major Knight from Cranston, July 27, 1780, saying: "By express fro 4 CONC m the Governor I am requested to direct you forthwith to muster togethe 4 CONC r the regiment under your command, completely equipped with arms and am 4 CONC munition and six days provision; you are therefore hereby directed acco 4 CONC rdingly, and rendezvous at Providence as soon as possible, where you ar 4 CONC e to be ready to receive further orders, the reason is said to be in co 4 CONC nsequence of Gen. Clinton's coming from New York with eight or ten thou 4 CONC sand troops to attack the French army and fleet at Newport." Scituate w 4 CONC as not invaded, but she was called upon, and responded nobly to the cal 4 CONC l, to march her troops to the port. The British, on Sunday, Dec. 8, 177 4 CONC 6, landed and took possession of Rhode Island, and remained there until O 4 CONC ct. 25, 1779, during which time the inhabit 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUL 1682 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1765 2 PLAC Scituate, Rhode Island 2 NOTE 21 October 1756? 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT http://www.sampubco.com/wills/ri/riprovidence01.htm 3 CONT FRANKLIN, JAMES SCITUATE 5-SCI-1-266 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT According to the Rhode Island Historical CemeteriesDatabase Index on NE 3 CONC HGS online, there are the following James Franklin burials in RI., as w 3 CONC ell as a notation of a Squire Franklin Lot in Scituate, RI where James F 3 CONC ranklin lived: 3 CONT 3 CONT James Franklin 1842-1921 Oakland Cemetery, Coventry 3 CONT James Franklin 1698c-4 Feb 1734 Common Burial Ground, Newport 3 CONT James Franklin (no dates) Swan Point, Providence 3 CONT Capt. James Franklin 1798c-19 Sept 1891Samuel Franklin lot, Coventry 3 CONT Jeremiah Franklin 1797-19 Jan 1841 Squire Franklin lot, Scituate 3 CONT 3 CONT See also the following obituary account, taken from NEHGS databases onl 3 CONC ine: 3 CONT 3 CONT Vital Records from the New Hampshire Gazette, 1756-1800 3 CONT 3 CONT DIED, in Newport, R. I., April 21, 1762, James Franklin; 3 CONT 3 CONT in Braintree, Mass., May 1, 1762, Rev. Samuel Wiles, in his 86th year; 3 CONT 3 CONT in Bedford, Coun., Nathaniel Hubbard, accident. 3 CONT 3 CONT [I assume the semicolons separate three different deaths in this citati 3 CONC on] 1 FAMS @F95@ 1 FAMC @F100@ 0 @I282@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Ormsby/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Ormsby 1 SEX F 1 _UID B38DCCD77C08B84CAAFDACAFA94519077BE4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 MAY 1680 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1435@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT births at Rehoboth, 1680 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F95@ 1 FAMC @F101@ 0 @I283@ INDI 1 NAME Alexander /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Alexander 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX M 1 _UID 39BEE3604D042F4CAB6077916D5E6FB70A40 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 NOTE There is an Alexander McDowell 2 1 2 - - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 In 1830 in Switz 2 CONC erland County, Indiana. Possibly a grandson of Alexander's. 2 CONT Levinah (Oak) McDowell's brother Nathaniel's son William is in Cotton, S 2 CONC witzerland County, Indiana in 1820. 2 CONT ____________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT There is an Alexander McDole in Essex, Massachusetts in the 1855 census 2 CONC , 57 yrs old, a stone mason born in Ireland. Household 4/4; Town Sectio 2 CONC n - first section. 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT There is an Alexander McDowell in Greece, Monroe county, New York in185 2 CONC 0 (grandchild, etc?): 2 CONT Alexander McDowell, 28. b.NY Farmer 1700 Real Estate 2 CONT Elizabeth 29 2 CONT Elizabeth E. 7 2 CONT Chas. 2 2 CONT James 9/12 2 CONT 2 CONT There is also an Alexander McDowell buried in Monroeville, Alleghenycou 2 CONC nty, PA, Cross Roads Cemetery, according to "Graves ofRevolutionary Pat 2 CONC riots, by Patricia Law Hatcher; v.3, L-R. 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT 2 CONT Monroe County NY. Query Forum 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Read Responses | Post a New Response | Return to the Index (Use'Back' i 2 CONC f from a search list) ] 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Previous | Next ] 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT McDOWELL 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Penny Proctor Miller on Sat,25 Jul 1 2 CONC 998 2 CONT 2 CONT Surnames: 2 CONT 2 CONT Looking for information on William McDOWELL b. Nov 1839 in Monroe CoNY. H 2 CONC e moved to 2 CONT Ogle Co. IL by at least 1859; there he married Henrietta Hamaker. Hemay h 2 CONC ave had a brother 2 CONT named Corydon McDOWELL. Any information appreciated; happy to sharewhat I h 2 CONC ave. 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT 2 CONT Monroe County NY. Query Forum 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Read Responses | Post a New Response | Return to the Index (Use'Back' i 2 CONC f from a search list) ] 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Previous | Next ] 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT MCDOWELL 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Penny Proctor Miller on Wed, 10Jun 1 2 CONC 998 2 CONT 2 CONT Surnames: 2 CONT 2 CONT Looking for information on William Frasier McDOWELL, born in MonroeCoun 2 CONC ty NY, 2 CONT Novbember 1839. He had a brother named Corydon. By 1860 he had movedto O 2 CONC gle County 2 CONT IL. Any information on his family would be welcome - happy to tradeinfo 2 CONC rmation on his 2 CONT descendants! 2 CONT 2 CONT There is an Alexander "McDowett" (Typo?) in Conewango, Cattaraugus Co, N 2 CONC Y in 1830 2 CONT 1 - - - - 1 f - - - - 1 2 CONT 1 m <5 2 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 2 CONT 1 f 20 < 30. 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.sampubco.com/ny/nybroome4.htm 2 CONT 2 CONT Broome County, New York Will Testators 2 CONT Order Instructions: Click Here Use "Back Button" When Done 2 CONT | A-B | C-F | G-K | L | M | N | O | P-S | T-Z | 2 CONT | Volume Box | Search Engine | Counties | 2 CONT All Rights Reserved Copyright 1999-2001 W. David Samuelsen 2 CONT Please use "BACK" button when returning from the GenConnect to this sit 2 CONC e 2 CONT 2 CONT Name of Testator: Place of Residence: County, Vol, Page # 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT MCDOWELL, ALEXANDER TRIANGLE 4-23-313 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Worcester marriages Hannah McDowell and Israel Stephens, April 19, 1812 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S89@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S90@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S389@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S926@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT John MCDOLLEN Mary Stearns Sept. 21, 1823 Worcester 4 CONT John, Jr. MCDOLLEN Lucy Ann Ball Nov. 30, 1843 Worcester 4 CONT Israel STEPHENS Hannah McDowell April 19, 1812 Worcester 4 CONT James MCCOY Jane McDowel Jan. 5, 1768 Billerica 4 CONT Robert MCDOLE Mercy Varnum Sept. 26, 1795 Dracut 4 CONT Thomas MCDOLE Rachel Varnum Dec. 11, 1788 Dracut 4 CONT Alexander MCDOWELL Eunice Shaw Jan. 21, 1754 Palmer 4 CONT Willam MCDOWELL Hannah Shaw Palmer 4 CONT Alexander MCDOWEL Levinah Oak Nov. 1, 1764 Shrewsbury 4 CONT Eunice SHAW Alexander McDowell Jan. 21, 1754 Palmer 4 CONT Hannah SHAW Willam McDowell Palmer 4 CONT Mercy VARNUM Robert McDole Sept. 26, 1795 Dracut 4 CONT Rachel VARNUM Thomas McDole Dec. 11, 1788 Dracut 4 CONT George of Roxbury Fisher Magdalena Kroft Nov. 23, 1833 1 SOUR @S1033@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.pa-roots.com/~armstrong/smithproject/history/chap21.html 4 CONT Chapter 21 4 CONT North Buffalo 4 CONT Erection of the Township in 1847 - First Election - White's Claim - ? 4 CONC The Green Settlement? - First Mill - Other Tracts of Land and Their Tra 4 CONC nsfers - Baptist Church - Population Statistics - School Statistics, 18 4 CONC 60 and 1876 - Industrial - Topography - Rock Structure 4 CONT Adjoining ?Antrim? on the west was depreciation lot No. 272, 203 3/4 ac 4 CONC res, called ?Armagh?, the patent for which was granted to Joshua Elder, M 4 CONC ay 9, 1791, which, and his interest in 25 other tracts in this and othe 4 CONC r counties, he conveyed to Archibald McCall and Alexander McDowell, Mar 4 CONC ch 27, 1795, for $4,760 63/90. It was assessed as unseated to the latte 4 CONC r, in 1805 and 1806, at $812. It bears on its face, on the map of Gapen 4 CONC 's surveys, ?A. McC.? and ?203.9? acres. It must have fallen to McCall i 4 CONC n the division between him and McDowell, for McCall conveyed the southe 4 CONC rn part of it, 120 acres, to Christian Bowser, December 20, 1835, for $ 4 CONC 420, who was first assessed with it in 1834. He conveyed this parcel to J 4 CONC oseph Bowser, April 16, 1839, for $360. The northern part of this tract i 4 CONC s in the northwestern part of East Franklin township. 4 CONT 4 CONT Adjoining ?Armagh? on the south, on the map of Gapen's surveys, was ano 4 CONC ther of the same size, blank in all respects except boundary lines, whi 4 CONC ch, like its northern adjoiner, is a square. On the other map of survey 4 CONC s it bears on its face ?No. 273?, and its quantity of land ?203.9? acre 4 CONC s. It was one of the tracts which Elder sold to McCall and McDowell, an 4 CONC d in the division between them fell to the latter, whose heirs mutually a 4 CONC nd amicably agreed, June 26, 1833, that partition of their father's rea 4 CONC l estate in Armstrong, Butler, Venango and Warren counties, in this sta 4 CONC te, be made by Andrew Bowman, James Kinnear and Myron Parks. They first m 4 CONC et July 22, 1833, and adjourned until the 30th. After adjusting the cla 4 CONC ims of two of the heirs, Parker and Thomas McDowell, they valued and al 4 CONC lotted the various tracts to the respective heirs, No. 273 to Parker Mc 4 CONC Dowell at $203, which he conveyed to John, Elizabeth and Mary Roudebush 4 CONC , July 15, 1837, and which they soon after divided into two equal parts 4 CONC , one of which was taken by John and the other by Elizabeth and Mary. T 4 CONC hat amicable partition was formally ratified by the heirs of John and M 4 CONC ary and by Elizabeth, February 2, 1855, ?for the purpose of preventing d 4 CONC ifficulty from hereafter arising in regard to the partition aforesaid?. C 4 CONC hristian and Elizabeth Roudebush conveyed Elizabeth and Mary's purpart t 4 CONC o David Bowser, February 21, 1855, for $544.80, the heirs of John Roude 4 CONC bush released their respective interests in the other purpart to Willia 4 CONC m Bowser, March 28, 1855, and May 15, 1858, for $100 to each. 1 SOUR @S1188@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://homepage.interaccess.com/~nealu/genelogy.htm#Shaw 4 CONT Shaw 4 CONT Descendants of Seth Shaw b. 1707 Queenstown, Ireland; d. 28 Mar 1798 Pa 4 CONC lmer, Hampden Co., Massachusetts. These Shaw's were among the first inh 4 CONC abitants of Palmer and Brimfield. Some went to Monson. 4 CONT Ancestor connection: Clarinda Cummings Shaw b. 3 AUG 1817 Ware, Hampshi 4 CONC re Co., Massachusetts d. 7 Mar 1878 St. Cloud, Stearns Co., Minnesota m 4 CONC . Est 1836 David Stiles (abt 1812-1895). She daughter of Levi Shaw b. 1 4 CONC 7 Nov 1783 Monson, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; d. 1839 Bath, Steuben Co 4 CONC ., New York; m. Phila Merritt b. 22 Apr 1793; d. 1859. Levi was s 4 CONC on of David Shaw, grandson of Seth Shaw. 4 CONT Surprisingly, I have been unable to find any consolidated family histor 4 CONC y for these Shaw's, which appear to constitute substantial numbers and i 4 CONC nfluence in Palmer and Monson. The History of Palmer Massachusetts by J. H. Temple supplies some information about about Seth and famil 4 CONC y. Information about descendants and currently known family links are b 4 CONC ased upon various vital records from the towns of Hampden County, Massa 4 CONC chusetts and censuses. 4 CONT Sources: 4 CONT History of Palmer 4 CONT 4 CONT History of Palmer online in text (OCR) and TIFF images. However, as of J 4 CONC une 2000, not all pages have been scanned. 1 SOUR @S1189@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin/ma/colrain_ma_marrs 4 CONC .htm 4 CONT PART I 4 CONT COLRAIN MARRIAGES TO THE END OF THE YEAR 1849 4 CONT Extracted From 4 CONT Vital Records of Colrain, Massachusetts 4 CONT To the End of the Year 1849 4 CONT Salem, Mass., 1934 (no copyright statement) 4 CONT 4 CONT [transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger] 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT HINSDALE(Hinsdail) 4 CONT 4 CONT ArieI (Hinsdail), of Greenfield [s. Darius. P. R. 14.], and Emoret Work 4 CONC man of C., int. May 24, 1838. 4 CONT Samuel, 2d m., of Greenfield, s. Mehuman, and Eunice McDowell, wid. Rev 4 CONC . Alexander, Dec. 2, 1763. P. R. 14.* 4 CONT Samuel, jr., of Greenfield [s. Samuel. P. R. 14.], and Sally Clark of C 4 CONC . [d. Nathaniel. P. R. 14.], int. Jan. 7, 1807. 4 CONT Violetta, of Greenfield, and Joseph Otis of C., int. Dec. 14, 1805. 1 SOUR @S1388@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) 4 CONT about Alexander McDowell 4 CONT Name: Alexander McDowell 4 CONT Birth Date: 1740 4 CONT Birthplace: Massachusetts 4 CONT Volume: 114 4 CONT Page Number: 71 4 CONT Reference: Hist. Of the town of Shrewsbury, Ms. 1717 to 1829, wi 4 CONC th other matter... not before published, including and extensive fam. R 4 CONC eg. By A.H. Ward. Boston, 1847. (508p.):376 1 SOUR @S1449@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Eber McDowell 1773 was a brother to an ancestor of mine William McDowel 4 CONC l 1775. I would be interested to see what information you may have on t 4 CONC he early famiy history. All we know of Eber is that he fought in the Wa 4 CONC r of 1812 and with his brother John immigated from Vermont and New York S 4 CONC tate, then in 1815 to Zanesville Ohio. William had also fought in the W 4 CONC ar of 1812 but later moved from Vermont to Newcastle, Indiana.We're bac 4 CONC k another couple of generations but hope you'll share. I can also be re 4 CONC ached at cacurwain@hotmail.com 4 CONT Cathy Collins Curwain 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1740 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1740 2 PLAC possibly (Coleraine, County Derry (Londonderry), Ulster Province, Ireland, or Virginia?) 2 NOTE Called "of Shrewsbury" in 1764 when he was married there. 2 SOUR @S1388@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) 5 CONT about Alexander McDowell 5 CONT Name: Alexander McDowell 5 CONT Birth Date: 1740 5 CONT Birthplace: Massachusetts 5 CONT Volume: 114 5 CONT Page Number: 71 5 CONT Reference: Hist. Of the town of Shrewsbury, Ms. 1717 to 1829, wi 5 CONC th other matter... not before published, including and extensive fam. R 5 CONC eg. By A.H. Ward. Boston, 1847. (508p.):376 1 RESI 2 DATE AFT 26 APR 1767 2 _SDATE 27 APR 1767 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 1 CENS 2 DATE 1776 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1776 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S705@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1790 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1790 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S703@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1790 Winchester, Cheshire County, New Hampshire census 5 CONT 5 CONT Asa Alexander 5 CONT John Alexander 5 CONT Reuben Alexander 5 CONT Thomas Alexander 5 CONT John Butler 5 CONT John Butler Jr. 5 CONT John Franklin 1-2-2 5 CONT Nathan Franklin 3-1-2 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin 1-2-3 5 CONT Daniel Franklin 1-1-3 5 CONT Stephen Franklin 1-2-5 5 CONT Joshua Lyman 5 CONT Phineas Lyman 5 CONT Tarsius Lyman 5 CONT Alexander McDowell 3 1 3 5 CONT Peletiah Pomeroy 1 EVEN was a town clerk 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE FROM 1793 TO 1796 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1793 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 1 EVEN was a treasurer 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE FROM 1793 TO 1796 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1793 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1796 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1797 1 CENS 2 DATE 1800 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1800 2 PLAC ? 2 SOUR @S683@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT "Alexander McDonald" too young. 2 SOUR @S689@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Alexander McDowell - 2 1 1 - f 1 1 - 1 - 5 CONT (too young) 5 CONT 5 CONT 2 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 m 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 5 CONT 1 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT Alexander should be b. ca 1745, and be ca 55 in 1800. 2 SOUR @S690@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Alexander McDole 1 1 - 1 - f - 2 - 1 - 5 CONT (too young) 2 SOUR @S693@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT William Mc Dowell 2 2 1 - 1 f 2 1 1 - 1 5 CONT 5 CONT Alexander Mc Dowell 2 - - 1 - f 1 2 - 1 - 5 CONT too young 2 SOUR @S694@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p2 of 6 (ancestry.com) 5 CONT Henry W. Bond 5 CONT Isaac Ormsby 5 CONT James McDowell - - 1 - 1 f - - 1 - 1 5 CONT p.3 of 6 5 CONT Benj Streeter 5 CONT Alex'r McDowell 2 - 1 - - f - - 1 - - 5 CONT (too young) 5 CONT p.4 of 6 5 CONT Danl Lowe 5 CONT Peter Lowe 5 CONT David Delano 5 CONT James Wells 5 CONT Isaac Earll 5 CONT p.5 of 6 5 CONT David McCracken - 1 3 - 1 f 1 1 1 - 1 5 CONT John Franklin 1 2 - 1 - f 2 - - 1 - 5 CONT David Bennet 5 CONT Lewis Bennet 5 CONT James Bennet 5 CONT Henry McDowell - 1 2 1 1 f 1 1 1 - 1 5 CONT p.6 of 6 5 CONT Sylvanus Butler 5 CONT James McKellup 2 SOUR @S695@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Alex'r McDowell 4 - - - 1 f 1 2 1 1 - 5 CONT 4 m <10 5 CONT 1 m 45+ 5 CONT 1 f <10 5 CONT 2 f 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT It is possible that this is our Alexander, and that he has remarried an 5 CONC d had more children. The female 16 < 26 could be Molly from the first m 5 CONC arriage (b.1775-1776), Susannah from the the first marriage (b.1785) wo 5 CONC uld be one of the females 10 < 16 and the other children from the first m 5 CONC arriage would have moved out by this time, all the other children liste 5 CONC d here would likely be from the second marriage. Eliza, who is said to b 5 CONC e a sister of Eber by his descendants, would be either a child of Alexa 5 CONC nder and Levinah's not born in Winchester or Chelsea, or would be from a s 5 CONC econd marriage. She could be in the same age bracket as Susannah, or be t 5 CONC he < 10 female. 2 SOUR @S704@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Alexander McDole 3 - - 1 - f 3 1 - 1 - 5 CONT (too young) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC ? 2 SOUR @S712@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Alex'd McDowell 4 - - - 1 f 1 2 1 1 - 1 FAMS @F96@ 1 FAMC @F4302@ 0 @I284@ INDI 1 NAME Levinah /Oak/ 2 GIVN Levinah 2 SURN Oak 1 SEX F 1 _UID 90F87E90B9685246BB1D292BE0AEECE4D940 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 OCT 2007 1 NOTE American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) 2 CONT about Levinah MCDOWELL 2 CONT Name: Levinah MCDOWELL 2 CONT Birth Date: 174? 2 CONT Volume: 114 2 CONT Page Number: 80 2 CONT Reference: Hist. Of the town of Shrewsbury, Ms. 1717 to 1829, wi 2 CONC th other matter... not before published, including and extensive fam. R 2 CONC eg. By A.H. Ward. Boston, 1847. (508p.):376 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S388@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S387@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 MAY 1745 2 PLAC Westborough, Worcester county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE "Leviner Oake" 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 OCT 1795 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 DATE 25 OCT 1795 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 2 NOTE Saturday 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F96@ 1 FAMC @F47@ 0 @I285@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Whitman/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Whitman 1 SEX M 1 _UID CD1B6239F2024644AA96135E650A09A8D252 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 MAY 1706 2 PLAC Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1759 2 PLAC South Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F97@ 1 FAMC @F104@ 0 @I286@ INDI 1 NAME Zurviah /Braman/ 2 GIVN Zurviah 2 SURN Braman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 076338DC2527544CB8A34D381C82810069E9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 NOTE 1748 Deaths Miriam Hut ___ (torn off) 2 CONT John Tiffaney. A. 2 CONT Francis Richardson - Norton. 2 CONT Daniel Wilmurth — Weymouth. (Weymouth crossed out) 2 CONT Lydia (wife of Wm.) Lane - Weymouth. 2 CONT Susannah (wife of Alexand.) Poster - A. 2 CONT Zerviah ( wife of Dan.) Whitman W. 2 CONT Bathsheba. (wife of Jos.) Barney — A. 2 CONT Jerusha Toleman - A. 2 CONT http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ma/county/bristol/books/firstchurch/pages37 2 CONC .htm 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1721 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1721 2 PLAC Norton, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1814 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F97@ 1 FAMC @F105@ 0 @I287@ INDI 1 NAME Solomon /Horton/ 2 GIVN Solomon 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID B13680F6C1FFF04A85DC66B4074535ACFFC8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 NOV 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 JAN 1682 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 JAN 1724 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE 1724/25 1 RELI 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Congregational 1 FAMS @F98@ 1 FAMC @F102@ 0 @I288@ INDI 1 NAME Susannah /Badcock/ 2 GIVN Susannah 2 SURN Badcock 1 SEX F 1 _UID 74CF11754166D342B2635B1F9E668F27CE2F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JUL 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 JUL 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F98@ 1 FAMC @F103@ 0 @I289@ INDI 1 NAME John /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX M 1 _UID 59E3EC24381448489DACA0FF51DC6C903904 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 NOTE Still trying to determine early family. Prudence and Mary's births c 2 CONC annot be in the same year, but Mary is for sure a part of this family, a 2 CONC nd Prudence is said to have come to Chili, NY with John Kimble. There i 2 CONC s a Caleb that was in Chili and went to Fenton, Michigan, but for now I h 2 CONC ave assigned him to a different family, along with John who also went t 2 CONC o Fenton, MI who was born in New Hampshire, but both could still be a p 2 CONC art of this family. 2 CONT 2 CONT Places in NJ to look, based on places mentioned in the Wideners in Amer 2 CONC ica book. 2 CONT 2 CONT most were in Sussex County, now in Warren County 2 CONT 2 CONT Johnsonburg, NJ 2 CONT Frankford, NJ 2 CONT Hazen, NJ 2 CONT Port Colden, NJ 2 CONT Belvidere, NJ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Family Data Collection - Individual Records 2 CONT 2 CONT Name: John M Bone Spouse: Cynthia Emma Deiwert Parents: Elijah Bone , N 2 CONC ancy Rynearson Birth Place: Hamilton, OH Birth Date: 13 October 1846 De 2 CONC ath Place: Beatrice, Gage, NE Death Date: 29 December 1924 2 CONT http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=genepool%2c&gsfn= 2 CONC John&gsln=Bone&sx=&year=&yearend=&gskw=&gsco=1&gspl=1%2c+&prox=&rank=0& 2 CONC ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs&submit.x=7&submit.y=11&fh=37 2 CONT 2 CONT Name: Cynthia Emma Deiwert Spouse: John M Bone Parents: David Christian D 2 CONC eiwert , Minerva Winterrowd Birth Place: Shelby, IN Birth Date: 28 Sept 2 CONC ember 1850 Death Place: Beatrice, Gage, NE Death Date: 15 March 1942 2 CONT 2 CONT _____________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1840 in Thompson, Geauga County, Ohio, John Kimble's son Benjamin Ki 2 CONC mble: 2 CONT 1 m < 5; 1 m 30 < 40; 1 f < 5; 1 f 5 < 10; 1 f 30 < 40. 2 CONT 2 CONT In 1840 in Russell, Geauga County, Ohio there is a Peter Kimble: 40-50 2 CONT 1 m 5 < 10; 1 m 40 < 50; 1 f 5 < 10; 2 f 10 < 15; 1 f 15 < 20; 1 f 40 < 5 2 CONC 0. 2 CONT 2 CONT Is John Kimble's eldest son named Peter rather then Caleb? If so, who i 2 CONC s Caleb's father? 2 CONT _____________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Passaic County formed in 1837 out of northern part of Essex County and w 2 CONC estern part of Bergen County. Iron ore and sand-stone are found in the C 2 CONC ounty. 2 CONT 2 CONT _____________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Name: JOHN KIMBLE State: NJ County: Burlington County Township: Burling 2 CONC ton Year: 1793 Record Type: June Tax List Database: NJ Tax Lists Index 1 2 CONC 772-1822 2 CONT 2 CONT _____________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT ???????????????? 2 CONT 2 CONT Name: JOHN KIMBLE Spouse: MARGARET DAVENPORT Marriage Date: 19 Feb 1798 C 2 CONC ounty: Bergen State: NJ 2 CONT ???????????????? 2 CONT 2 CONT _________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 1840 Pensioners census 2 CONT 2 CONT John Kimball/Kimble living with Samuel Philips/Phillips in Moira, Frank 2 CONC lin County, New York, age 76. 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.jerseyhistory.org/genealogy.html 2 CONT 2 CONT New Jersey Adjutant General. Officers and Men from New Jersey Who Se 2 CONC rved in the War with Mexico, Trenton: s.n., n.d. 10 leaves. Typ. 2 CONT Location: New Jersey Pamphlet Collection (filed under New Jersey Adjuta 2 CONC nt General) 2 CONT __________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.jerseyhistory.org/findingaid.php?aid=1411 2 CONT __________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.jerseyhistory.org/findingaid.php?aid=0003 2 CONT 38 2 CONT February 2, 1768 2 CONT Mortgage of Samuel Kimble to Edward Cathsall upon land in Northampton a 2 CONC nd Burlington 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.sampubco.com/wills/oh/ohashtabula01.htm 2 CONT KIMBALL, MARY S. KINGSVILLE OH-4-E2-199 \ 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ny/livingston/wills/indexes/testat 2 CONC ors/v5.txt 2 CONT McGREGOR, DANIEL YORK 5-277 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT P.C. Kimble in Cherry Creek, Chautaqua County, in 1840 2 CONT 1 male 20-30, 1 female, 20-30. 2 CONT 2 CONT _____________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT One of John's eldest sons or his brother's son's line: 2 CONT 2 CONT Patrilineage for Kimble Participant #159202 2 CONT 2 CONT 1) Harrison Kimble, b. Jan 14, 1813, Ohio; and d. Mar 31, 1856, eit 2 CONC her Shaw, Neosho Co., Kansas or Fairplay, WI 2 CONT 2 CONT 2) Henry Harrison Kimble, b. Mar 30, 1856, Iowa; d. Nov 28, 1939. H 2 CONC e married Lois Melinda MANN (b. Sep 11, 1861 d. Mar 24, 1934) on Jan 5, 1 2 CONC 876 in Wisconsin. 2 CONT 2 CONT 3) Edward Lawrence Kimble 2 CONT 2 CONT 4) Kimble participant #159202 (Carl Kimble) 1 SOUR @S392@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT on 10/11/01 11:43 PM, Susan Daniel at susan.daniel@sympatico.c 4 CONT 4 CONT Susan Daniel, a wrote: 4 CONT 4 CONT > Hi Terry- 4 CONT > Well, I'm back--as you will already have gathered from the long e 4 CONT > mail I sent to half the world--or at least those I'm connected to in i 4 CONC t! 4 CONT > You said, I think, that you have photos taken recently of the graves 4 CONT > of Nathan and Martha Kimble--if so, get them out, blow them up, and l 4 CONC ook 4 CONT > closely! They do NOT say what the Wyandot County Tracers have them o 4 CONC n 4 CONT > record as saying--for who knows how many years now. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > What Nathan's actually says is: 4 CONT > A Soldier of 1812 4 CONT > Nathan Kimble, died April 30, 1881 4 CONT > age 86 years, 8 months 4 CONT > 4 CONT > which means that this is nathan, probable sib of Hannah and Martha, a 4 CONC nd a 4 CONT > vet of War of 1812, and owner of two farms as late as 1878--NOT his f 4 CONC ather 4 CONT > Nathan!! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > and on an adjacent side, it REALLY says: 4 CONT > Martha Kimble 4 CONT > died July 18, 1841, age 11 years, 7 months, 7 days 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I couldn't believe this--I took photos, traced the engravings on pape 4 CONC r, went 4 CONT > back to the car to check the records I had just written down at the l 4 CONC ibrary 4 CONT > in Carey and those you had sent me--but yes, this IS what they say! S 4 CONC o I 4 CONT > went back into Carey to the municipal offices and found the Spring Gr 4 CONC ove 4 CONT > cemetary clerk, who said that when some of the older tombstones were 4 CONT > replaced some years ago, they used a new method of detecting what had 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > originally been written on each one, rather than relying on earlier c 4 CONC emetary 4 CONT > inscriptions which, he said "are far too often carelessly and inaccur 4 CONC ately 4 CONT > done"--and that THESE inscriptions are accurate. They intend to add E 4 CONC TTA to 4 CONT > the new larger tombstone in the next wave--and according to their co 4 CONC rrected 4 CONT > file it says "Etta, daughter of Nathan and Mary Ann Kimble, d. May 12 4 CONC , 1867, 4 CONT > age 18 years, 1 month, 19 days" I think this is a short form of the n 4 CONC ame 4 CONT > Margarett, one of their daughters. They show no other Kimbles burie 4 CONC d in 4 CONT > this cemetary at any time. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I believe that this answers some key questions--if a Nathan and a Ma 4 CONC rtha J 4 CONT > Kimble were buried here, why weren't they in any census records, or s 4 CONC hown as 4 CONT > on any land, ever, in Wyandot County? Why were the ages so far off? W 4 CONC hy was 4 CONT > he listed as vet of war of 1812? How could Etta be their daughter? (N 4 CONC athan 4 CONT > and Mary ann didn't ever really live in Adrian, Seneca Co--but if you g 4 CONC o out 4 CONT > and find the farmsite, which I did, it is actually quite a bit closer o 4 CONC n the 4 CONT > map to the village of Adrian than it is to Carey itself--it's almost o 4 CONC n the 4 CONT > county line--so probably that's why the obit says 'at his home in Adr 4 CONC ian'--) 4 CONT > I think it's pretty clear from all the Carey records--eg from Histori 4 CONC cal 4 CONT > Sketches of Wyandot County, pg. 23--" In 1823 John Carey located oppo 4 CONC site 4 CONT > the old Delaware village on the south bank of Tymochtee Creek...and s 4 CONC oon 4 CONT > after Carey came Nathan Kimball" and from the atlas, which shows two f 4 CONC arm 4 CONT > plots labelled Nathan Kimball in 1878, so he clearly did NOT die in 1 4 CONC 862 as 4 CONT > Wyandot tracers would have it--along with the obit which shows this N 4 CONC athan's 4 CONT > accurate death date and describes him as vet of 1812. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I found the church Nathan was buried from as mentioned in obit--it's s 4 CONC till 4 CONT > there, some distance away, southeast of Carey on what was probably th 4 CONC e 4 CONT > original highway. I took a photo and if I figure out how to scan it i 4 CONC n, 4 CONT > I'll send it to you! Also photos of the farm; I spoke to the guy who f 4 CONC arms 4 CONT > it now, and he says eventually the Wonder family owned not only the l 4 CONC and 4 CONT > north of that road (where his farm house is now) but also the Kimball f 4 CONC arm 4 CONT > south of it (one of the Kimble girls m. a Wonder guy) . The farmhou 4 CONC se and 4 CONT > a small plot have been severed from the farm itself, and the man livi 4 CONC ng 4 CONT > there says that an old man, over 90, who lived down the road and die 4 CONC d a few 4 CONT > years ago told him that the existing farmhouse was built right after t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > Civil War, and resided later, and that the barns were from the origin 4 CONC al 4 CONT > farmhous-- they look it! Apparently they lived in an older smaller h 4 CONC ouse 4 CONT > which had in turn replaced the original cabin while it was being bui 4 CONC lt. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I think it went this way: Nathan Kimball/Kimble arrived in Wyandot 4 CONT > Co--perhaps from the Riga area, or the Leon area, or the Geauga co ar 4 CONC ea--via 4 CONT > Lake Erie and the Sandusky river and the Tymochtee Creek in 1826-28; h 4 CONC e 4 CONT > married Mary Ann Bogart in May, 1827, and as the historian in Carey p 4 CONC ointed 4 CONT > out, there is a Bogart, Ohio just south of Sandusky on Lake Erie, whe 4 CONC re he 4 CONT > might have spent some time before finding his land, and there were m 4 CONC any 4 CONT > Bogarts living at the same time in Sycamore Township, Wyandot co--whi 4 CONC ch is 4 CONT > two townships over--quite early, so she could have been a daughter of o 4 CONC ne of 4 CONT > those families; possibly they lived nearby with her relatives while t 4 CONC hey 4 CONT > cleared the land and built a cabin? The Kimble stuff you sent says sh 4 CONC e was 4 CONT > born in Michigan but this is NOT supported anywhere else, as all the c 4 CONC ensus 4 CONT > reports say 'born in Ohio'--but perhaps she was too young when they c 4 CONC ame to 4 CONT > Ohio to realize she was not born there?? or it was just simpler to sa 4 CONC y Ohio! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > The 1840 census shows 1 male 10-15 (probably John, probably bn. c. 18 4 CONC 28); 2 4 CONT > M 5-10- probably Ezekiel, 1832, and Benjamin, 1834; 1 F 5-10--probabl 4 CONC y 4 CONT > Martha, b. 1830; 1 m under 5, Harrison; 1 F under 5, Mary; there are t 4 CONC wo 4 CONT > more kids, Hannah and Margarett, who both show as 1 in the 1850 censu 4 CONC s and 4 CONT > as 7 and 8 in the 1860 census--I think they may have been twins, or v 4 CONC ery 4 CONT > close together in age anyway. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I think Martha died at 11 in 1841 and her sister Margarett/Etta in 18 4 CONC 67. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Wyandot co. Marriage Records 1845-1873 show: 4 CONT > Ezekiel m. Hetty Ann High on Mar 26, 1856 4 CONT > Mary m. Ezra Wonder (Wonders owned several farms in area) on Sept. 4 CONT > 16, 1857 4 CONT > Hannah m. John Wise on Sept. 2, 1865 4 CONT > There is no entry in the 1860 or 1870 census index for Ezekial Kimble i 4 CONC n 4 CONT > Ohio. 4 CONT > The husbands of the girls--Mary and Hannah--show in the 1870 census i 4 CONC ndex in 4 CONT > this county. 4 CONT > Harrison Kimble enlisted in the Union Army in 1861; he may have left t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > area, as he doesn't show in the 1870 census index in Ohio. 4 CONT > John Kimble was apparently living in Sandusky Ohio by 1898--don't kno 4 CONC w where 4 CONT > he was earlier. 4 CONT > Benjamin Kimble shows in the 1870 census index as living on the far 4 CONC m with 4 CONT > his parents; I didn't have time to check the actual census to see if h 4 CONC e had 4 CONT > a wife and kids already, but he doesn't show in the marriage records p 4 CONC rior 4 CONT > to 1873--he may have married outside Wyandot Co. I suspect he probab 4 CONC ly 4 CONT > inherited the farm, but didn't have time to check the 1890 census or t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > post 1882 land records, as it was a Saturday by then and the library c 4 CONC losed 4 CONT > at 4 and I had to get on to Colombus the next day! 4 CONT > According to the pension papers, Mary Ann was living in Wakanusa, Elk 4 CONC horn 4 CONT > Co. Indiana after Nathan's death--so perhaps that's where Harrison or 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > Ezekial lived by then. 4 CONT > So the $64,000 question is--do we have ANY independent info which sup 4 CONC ports 4 CONT > the existence of Nathan and Martha J Kimble? the birth-death dates g 4 CONC iven in 4 CONT > the Kimble listings are based on the inaccurate tombstone records. I a 4 CONC m a 4 CONT > bit sceptical about the differing info re the Kimbles above 'our' thr 4 CONC ee 4 CONT > sibs--one listg gives a;eb. c/ 1715 m. Mary, bn. NJ, with sons John, 1 4 CONC 743, 4 CONT > Nathan, 1745, and Isaac, 1768 ( clearly not very feasible--bn. 23 yea 4 CONC rs 4 CONT > later, a whole generation??)--the other gives Caleb, bn. 1712-1720, m 4 CONC . Mary, 4 CONT > with kids Leonard, John 1743-1801, Nathan, and Joseph. I think that t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > Isaac (1769-1858) listed is actually John's son, who m. Mary Clark an 4 CONC d had 4 CONT > kids Riley, Rachel, mary, martha patsy, John and Isaac (twins), Samue 4 CONC l, 4 CONT > Joseph, and William HH between 1791-1809. 4 CONT > I think we have to go back to which Kimbles were living in the area o 4 CONC f the 4 CONT > Franklins and/or Pomeroys between c. 1815-1825. I spent 3 days in C 4 CONC olumbus 4 CONT > in the Ohio state library and the Ohio State Historical Archives whic 4 CONC h 4 CONT > produced many Kimble mentions, but no clear sense of who that Kimble m 4 CONC ight 4 CONT > be: 4 CONT > NEW JERSEY INFO: 4 CONT > Index of Sussex Co. marriages Book 1, 1795-1853 lists NO Caleb or 4 CONT > Nathan or John or William Kimble/Kimball: only an Isaac, Apr. 1823 to H 4 CONC annan 4 CONT > Rerick 4 CONT > History of sussex and Warren Co. does not list ANY Kimbles in 4 CONT > Hamburg except a David and a Gerret, both arrived from Passaic C 4 CONC o. NJ 4 CONT > in 1808 and located in Hardyston Tnshp 4 CONT > Nathaniel Bond listed in 1880 census as 70 in Wantage, NJ 4 CONT > Sussex co. Rev. War soldiers: 4 CONT > Wm. Bond, Lt. col. 1st reg. Oct. 7 1778-Sept 26,. 1780 4 CONT > Caleb Kimball, Capt. Beckwith's Co. 2nd NJ Reg. and continental 4 CONT > Army, Capt. Helm's Co 4 CONT > Stephen Kimball, no info 4 CONT > NEW YORK INFO: 4 CONT > New York 1800 census: 4 CONT > Dan Pomeroy, COL 216 4 CONT > James Franklin, OTS 45 4 CONT > Ebenezer Kimble, ONT 414 4 CONT > New York 1810 census: 4 CONT > John Kimball 103 Gen, Batavia: this Kimball might be the Rev War vet 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > bn. Conn. 1760 m. Priscilla Simpson, 1 4 CONT > son is Heber 4 CONT > Chase Kimball, d. West Valley Catt. co in 1839--from list 4 CONT > of NY Rev War 4 CONT > vets; here listed as 26-45 having wife and two girls 10-16 4 CONT > (but no sons--eg 4 CONT > where's Heber, and if ours, no Nathan c. 15?) 4 CONT > John S Kimball 103 Gen, Batavia: man 16-26 ,wife listed as 10-16 4 CONT > (prob. error? ) 1 girl and 1 boy 4 CONT > under 4 CONT > 10--possibly son of above?= too young for our Kimble 4 CONT > Daniel Pomeroy 223 Onta, Cambria 4 CONT > Ichabod Franklin, 144 Gen, Riga 4 CONT > (other Franklins: Arroga, Asa, Henry, Ishe, James, Sylvimaus, 4 CONT > James Jr) 4 CONT > New York 1820 census: 4 CONT > Caleb Kimble, 256 Riga, Genessee Co: couple 26-45, 2 boys, 3 girls 4 CONT > under 10= probably not ours 4 CONT > Charles Kimble, 194 Ogden, Gen. co: couple over 45, 1 girl 0-10, 1 4 CONT > girl 10-16, 1 girl 26-45; 1 boy 10-16: if 4 CONT > date of 4 CONT > Hannah's birth was as on tombstone at 1804, this would fit as 4 CONT > Martha is 4 CONT > m. already and Nathan probably gone; woman 26-45 could 4 CONT > be wife's 4 CONT > sister/husband's sister? 4 CONT > 1 SOUR @S503@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S529@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S599@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S600@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S653@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 NOTE Benjamin and John Kimble 1 SOUR @S654@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 NOTE Caleb Kimble 3 CONT Eber Franklin 3 CONT James Franklin 3 CONT Ichabod Franklin 3 CONT Daniel Franklin 3 CONT Daniel Franklin Jr. 1 SOUR @S655@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 NOTE Daniel Kimble 1 SOUR @S656@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 NOTE Willard Kimbel 1 SOUR @S657@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 NOTE Charles Kimble 1 SOUR @S660@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S661@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S682@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT The Town of Chili 4 CONT Chili was formed from Riga, February 22d, 1822. The first settlement wa 4 CONC s made by Joseph Morgan, in 1792. The first child born there was Joseph W 4 CONC ood, in 1799. It is an interior town lying southwest of the center of t 4 CONC he county. Its surface is level or gently rolling, with a slight inclin 4 CONC ation to the east. The Genesee River forms the eastern boundary of the t 4 CONC own, and Black creek, a sluggish stream, flows east through the central p 4 CONC ortion of the town. The soil is a clay loam, mixed with sand. South of B 4 CONC lack creek are several peculiar gravelly knolls, the principal of which i 4 CONC s Dumpling hill, near the river. The early history of Chili is entirely c 4 CONC ontemporaneous with that of its mother town Riga, which was known origi 4 CONC nal as East Pulteney, and a little later as East Riga, while Riga prope 4 CONC r was known as West Pulteney and West Riga. In the town as at present c 4 CONC onstituted are five small villages or hamlets, known respectively as Ch 4 CONC ili, North Chili, Chili Station, Clifton and South Chili. The first set 4 CONC tlers of the town were Yankees, that is New Englanders of pronounced ty 4 CONC pe, and they brought with them the customs and manners peculiar to all i 4 CONC nhabitants of New England. The pioneer of this locality was Joseph Morg 4 CONC an, who located near the south line, adjoining the lands of Peter Sheff 4 CONC er, the pioneer of Wheatland and the successor of the notorious Ebeneze 4 CONC r Allan. Among the early settlers were Andrew Wortman, Colonel Josiah F 4 CONC ish and his son Lebbeus from Vermont, who settled on the river at the m 4 CONC outh of Black Creek. The first industry was a distillery built by Steph 4 CONC en Peabody in 1796. In 1797 Jacob Widner and his sons, Samuel, Jacob, A 4 CONC braham, William and Peter and also Joseph Cary, made a beginning here; a 4 CONC nd later but prior to 1800, came Lemuel and Joseph Wood, Samuel Scott, J 4 CONC oshua Howell, Benjamin Bowman, John Kimball, Daniel Fr 4 CONC anklin, Mr. Dillingham, George Stottle and others. About this time c 4 CONC ame John McVean from Ontario county, with his six sons, Duncan, Samuel, J 4 CONC ohn, Daniel, Peter and Alexander, also William Woodin and his family fr 4 CONC om Seneca county. Later settlers were Joseph Sibley, Joseph Davis, Will 4 CONC iam Holland, John Wetmore, Joseph Thompson, Isaac Burritt, Berkley Gill 4 CONC ett, Isaac Lacey, William Pixley and others. James Chapman established t 4 CONC he first store, in 1807, and James Cary built the first mill. Later sto 4 CONC rekeepers in the town were Mr. Filkins, Mr. Hawes and Theodore Winans. T 4 CONC he first tavern was kept by Elias Streeter about 1811, on the Chili and S 4 CONC pencerport road. Paul Orton was the second landlord and one, Pennock, k 4 CONC ept the checkered tavern, and old historic building. Cary's mill was lo 4 CONC cated on Mill creek, north of Clifton and near by, in 1807, Comfort Smi 4 CONC th built a gristmill. In 1806 there was a schoolhouse erected north of B 4 CONC lack creek, one mile west of the Center. The town has not increased in p 4 CONC opulation very materially since 1825, when it numbered 1,827, as it is e 4 CONC stimated that the present population is about 2,000. Chili is an agricu 4 CONC ltural town, being deficient in manufacturing and other industries, whi 4 CONC ch is doubtless due to the absence of suitable waterpower. The Green Nu 4 CONC rsery Company operated a large nursery farm in the town, which constitu 4 CONC tes the chief industry of the town. The chief educational institution i 4 CONC s the Chili seminary, located in North Chili. There are eleven school d 4 CONC istricts in the town, each of which is provided with a comfortable scho 4 CONC ol-home. 4 CONT Taken from "History of Rochester and Monroe County New York" 1 SOUR @S820@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Other connections in database which are possibilities: 4 CONT 4 CONT Daniel, b.1770-1780, living in Chatfield in 1830-1840. [In 1820, in Men 4 CONC tor, Ohio, 26 < 45.] 4 CONT and as a child or grandchild: Stephen b.ca 1824 4 CONT 4 CONT If the older male living with Nathan in 1830 is his father, then it i 4 CONC s not this Daniel, who is listed as approximately 10 years younger in t 4 CONC he same census, listed in his own household in Chatfield. Also, Caleb K 4 CONC imble in Chili, NY, in 1840 has an older female living with him, as wel 4 CONC l as living adjacent to an older Lydia Franklin, who may be the mother a 4 CONC fter re-marriage. If the mother survived the father, then the father mu 4 CONC st have been buried in Monroe County or elsewhere by 1840. 4 CONT 4 CONT ______________________________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT > OHIO INFO: 4 CONT > from OSHS book on land purchase dates : "Early Ohio settlers 1800-1 4 CONC 820": 4 CONT > Kimbles listed are: (some may have come further west from NY by now?? 4 CONC ) 4 CONT > Caleb, 1836, Holmes Co OH 4 CONT > Nathan, 1835, Guernsey Co OH 4 CONT > Adam , 1832-33, Guernsey Co OH 4 CONT > Benjamin, 1833, Holmes co OH 4 CONT > Washington, Guersey Co 4 CONT > William, Guernsey Co. 4 CONT 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT Kimball, Daniel [100010430100100] 4 CONT Mentor, Geauga County, Ohio, 1820 4 CONT 4 CONT 1 Free white males under 10 4 CONT 4 CONT 1 Free white males of 26 and under 45 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 Free white females under 10 4 CONT 3 Free white females of 10 and under 16 4 CONT 4 CONT 1 Free white females of 26 and under 45 4 CONT 4 CONT 1 People involved in Agriculture 4 CONT 4 CONT _________________________________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT http://genforum.genealogy.com/k/kimble/messages/417.html 4 CONT 4 CONT Chat | Daily Search | My GenForum | Community Standards < 4 CONC /commstds.html> | Terms of Service 4 CONT Top of Form 1 Jump to Foru 4 CONC m Bottom o 4 CONC f Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Home : Surnames : Kimble Family Genea 4 CONC logy Forum <../> < 4 CONC /cgi-genforum/forums/kimble.cgi?417> 4 CONT Top of Form 2 Re: Daniel & E 4 CONC lizabeth Kimbel, IN, OH, MI 4 CONT Posted by: Terry Dean Olson Date: January 27, 2002 at 12:35:26 4 CONT In Reply to: Re: Daniel & Elizabeth Kimbel, IN, OH, MI <139.h 4 CONC tml> by S. Bodden of 548 4 CONT Bottom of Form 2 I am researching a Daniel Kimble (b. ca 1770-75, poss 4 CONC ibly in Sussex County, New Jersey), who is now thought to be the father o 4 CONC f my third great grandmother, Martha "Patty" (Kimble) Franklin. If tru 4 CONC e, then Daniel has at least the following children, and is most likely s 4 CONC omehow connected with your Daniel Kimble as well. Daniel Kimble's supp 4 CONC osed children: Nathan Kimble was born 1792-95, New Jersey, served in W 4 CONC ar of 1812 out Chili, Monroe County, NY. Married in 1827 in Seneca Coun 4 CONC ty, Ohio, to Mary Ann Bogart, had a family in the Crawford, Crawford Co 4 CONC unty; Adrian, Seneca County, and Carey, Wyandot County areas of Ohio. N 4 CONC athan is buried in the Spring Grove Cemetery, Carey, Ohio. A few of his c 4 CONC hildren moved to Van Buren County, Michigan, and elsewhere. Martha "Pa 4 CONC tty" Kimble, born April 1797 in New Jersey. Married in 1816 to Eber Fra 4 CONC nkin in Chili, Monroe County, New York. Eber Franklin also served in th 4 CONC e War of 1812 from Chili, and was in the same company as Nathan Kimble. E 4 CONC ber and Martha moved in 1821, and raised a family in Leon, Cattaraugus C 4 CONC ounty, NY, and are both buried there. Hannah Kimble, born possibly in G 4 CONC enessee County, NY, 1801-4. Married in 1821 in Geauga County, Ohio to D 4 CONC aniel Harris Pomeroy. They raised a family in Dodge County, Wisconsin, a 4 CONC nd are both buried in Elba, Dodge County, Wisconsin. James Kimble, fou 4 CONC nd in the 1840 census in Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio. Probably anoth 4 CONC er son of Daniel, born between 1810 and 1820. (end of known children t 4 CONC o date). Daniel shows up in the 1820 census in Genessee County, NY (th 4 CONC e Chili and Riga area later becone Monroe County), and in 1830 and 1840 4 CONC , Daniel is in Ohio near son Nathan. James also shows up in 1840. 1820 N 4 CONC Y census lists: Daniel, Genesee C, Leicester Twp (close to Chili/Riga a 4 CONC rea) 45+, widower, 1 m under 10 (right age for James) 1 m 16-26 (Nathan 4 CONC 's age c 26 at this time), 1 f 16-26 ( Hannah is c. 16-19 dep. on which b 4 CONC irth date, 1801 or 1804, is correct) Daniel Kimble apparently marries a 4 CONC gain between the 1820 and 1830 census years. Caleb Kimble, Genesee Co, R 4 CONC iga Twp, 45+, wife 26-45, 5 children under 10; (probably a brother of D 4 CONC aniel's as two Calebs also show earlier on Sussex Co NJ tax lists, one a 4 CONC t same time as Daniel) 1830 OHIO census lists: Nathan, Crawford T, 30 4 CONC -40, wife 20-30, 1 m and 1 f under 5 Daniel, Cranberry T ( a hamlet abs 4 CONC orbed into what would be Chatfield), 50-60, wife 30-40, 1 m. 15-20, 1 f 5 4 CONC -10, 1 f 10-15 1840 OHIO census lists: Nathan, Crawford T, Crawford C 4 CONC o 40-50, wife 30-40, 1 male under 5, 2 under 10, 1 under 15, 1 age 20-3 4 CONC 0, 1 female under 5, 1 under 10. Male age 20-30 could be relative--her b 4 CONC rother? a hired hand? Too old to be their son since m. 1827 Daniel, Ch 4 CONC atfield T, Crawford Co (about 20 miles due east of Carey/Adrian) 60-70, w 4 CONC ife 50-60, 1 female 10-15 James, Bucyrus T (10 miles directly south of C 4 CONC hatfield on old road) 20-30, wife 20-30, 1 male under 5, 1 female under 5 4 CONC , 1 female 15-20 (maybe a sister? etc). In 1850, Daniel doesn't show u 4 CONC p the census in the same area, and is thought to be dead then. Still se 4 CONC raching for exact birth place and date, death date and place, and hopef 4 CONC ully a probate record to verify family and fill in the empty spaces. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT __________________________________________________________________ 4 CONT From 1840 Pensioner Census (see sources) 4 CONT 4 CONT John Kimball 76 Samul Philips Moira, Franklin County Kimbal, Kimble, Ph 4 CONC illips (b.ca 1764) 4 CONT Elizabeth Kimber 80 Minisink Orange 4 CONT Ephraim Kimdle 84 E. Kimdle Sandy Creek, Oswego County. Kimble 4 CONT 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________ 1 SOUR @S1017@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT 556 - HISTORY OF CRAWFORD COUNTY. 4 CONT CHAPTER XIX.* 4 CONT 4 CONT LIBERTY TOWNSHIP-DESCRIPTION AND TOPOGRAPHY-EARLY SETTLEMENTS-EARLY P 4 CONC RIVA- 4 CONT 4 CONT TIONS AND INDUSTRIES-SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLHOUSES-CHURCHES-THE VILLAGE. 4 CONT 4 CONT Liberty is bounded on the north by Chatfield and Cranberry, on the east b 4 CONC y a small portion of Cranberry and Sandusky, on the south by Whetstone, a 4 CONC nd on the west by Holmes. 4 CONT Dr. Squires, in his pioneer sketch, says: The year 1823 was marked by n 4 CONC umerous accessions to the early settlers, among whom may be mentioned I 4 CONC chabod Smith, James McCurdy, Asa Cobb, Simeon Parcher, Calvin Stone, Ga 4 CONC rrett Dorland, with his sons James, Isaac and Luke, Jacob Gurwell, Math 4 CONC ias Markley, Thomas Smith, Benjamin Manwell, Thomas Scott, Samuel Small 4 CONC ey, Joseph Chandler, John Chandler, Charles Doney and Edward Hartford. I 4 CONC n 1824, the sparse settlement received increasing accessions, Horatio M 4 CONC arkley, Noble McKinster, John G. Stough. John Kroft, and, I think, Robe 4 CONC rt Foster and many others, were added to their number." These settlers g 4 CONC enerally purchased from the Government the lands upon which they settle 4 CONC d, and these lands were exempt from taxation for five years. The tax du 4 CONC plicate of Crawford County for 1830 proves that the lands owned at that d 4 CONC ate by the following additional persons must have been entered previous t 4 CONC o April, 1825: John Anderson, John Bear, John Clingan, James Clingan, J 4 CONC ohn H. Fry, William Huff, Daniel Ketchum, Philip Klinger, Richard King, < 4 CONC b>Daniel Kimball. William Little, Richard Spicer, Daniel Shelhammer 4 CONC , John Slifer, Asa Wetherby, Anthony Walker and Mary Wood. Land specula 4 CONC tors are not included in the above list of seventeen persons, who were a 4 CONC ctual settlers of Liberty at an early day. It is possible, however, tha 4 CONC t a few entered their lands several years previous to the time they rem 4 CONC oved to the township. 1 SOUR @S1018@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT The "Pleasant Hill " Church was built about this time, by the United Br 4 CONC ethren denomination, but, not long afterward, they rather died out, and s 4 CONC old their building to the Old-School Baptists. A dissension, however, a 4 CONC rose among the purchasers, which caused a split in the church, and the o 4 CONC riginal owners sold it to private parties, and it is now used as a dwel 4 CONC ling. These churches are, perhaps, better known by the popular names wh 4 CONC ich circumstances have rendered pertinent and permanent. It is said tha 4 CONC t an eccentric individual by the name of Daniel Kimball, who used to bo 4 CONC ast that he owed something to the Indian race for his origin, took grea 4 CONC t interest in church matters, and, while rather favoring the Old-School B 4 CONC aptists, never allied himself with any denomination. It is due to him, p 4 CONC erhaps, that Harmony Chapel is known more widely as the "Blackbird Chur 4 CONC ch," than by its proper title. He never seemed to have a liking for the M 4 CONC ethodists, and, passing the spot where the building was being erected, h 4 CONC e noticed that a large number of blackbirds were sitting on the ridge-p 4 CONC ole of the structure. He reported at once that the Methodists were buil 4 CONC ding a church for the blackbirds. In the matter of Pleasant Hill Church 4 CONC , he seems to have been interested in the purchase of that building, an 4 CONC d when the rupture occurred, disappointed and disgusted with the whole b 4 CONC usiness, he gave it the name of Buncombe Church so persistently that it b 4 CONC ecame the popular name in the community. 1 SOUR @S1019@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (Fil 4 CONC e: 402) 4 CONT ======================================================================= 4 CONC == 4 CONT Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2002 12:02:58 -0600 4 CONT From: "David Tourison" 4 CONT 4 CONT To: NJ-L@rootsweb.com 4 CONT Message-ID: 4 CONT Subject: [NJ] New Jersey Wills, 1670-1750 - KIMBLE 4 CONT Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed 4 CONT 4 CONT Extracted from DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE COLONIAL HISTORY OF THE STATE O 4 CONC F 4 CONT NEW JERSEY, VOLUME XXIII, CALENDAR OF NEW JERSEY WILLS, VOLUME I, 1670- 4 CONC 1730; 4 CONT Paterson NJ, 1901 4 CONT ( Libers 1, 2, etc. are of West Jersey Wills. Those as Libers A, B, et 4 CONC c., 4 CONT are of East Jersey Wills) 4 CONT 4 CONT KIMBALL, page 274: 4 CONT 4 CONT 1728-9 Jan. 30. Kimbal, Benjamin, of Springfield Township, Burli 4 CONC ngton 4 CONT Co., yeoman; will of. Children - Edward, Benjamin, John, George, Hanna 4 CONC h, 4 CONT Sarah, Ellener, Ann, Daniel, Elizabeth, all except the first three unde 4 CONC r 4 CONT age. Real and personal estate. Executor - son Edward. Witnesses - J 4 CONC ohn 4 CONT Hancock, Godfrey Hancock, Tho: Scattergood. Proved February 26, 1728-9 4 CONC . 4 CONT 1728-9 Feb. 24. Inventory of the personal estate, £604.7.4, incl 4 CONC . 4 CONT "purse and apparell" £378.16.9; made by John Hancock, Thomas Scattergoo 4 CONC d 4 CONT junior and Titan Leeds. 4 CONT 4 CONT 1697 Oct. 23. Kimball, Hannah, of Burlington, widow. Bond of 4 CONT Benjamin and Edward Kimball of Burlington, Esq'res, her sons, as execut 4 CONC ors 4 CONT of her will [No will on file or on record]. Benjamin Wheate, cordwaine 4 CONC r, 4 CONT and Daniel Sutton, tailor both of Burlington, fellow bondsmen. 4 CONT 4 CONT 1702-3 Jan. 9. Kimbell, Kemble, John, of Milston River, Middleto 4 CONC wn 4 CONT Co. Inventory of the personal estate of, £89.19.6, incl. "English" goo 4 CONC ds 4 CONT £6, and a servant boy £12; made by John Harrison and Benjamin Corll. 4 CONT 1702-3 Feb. 5. Bond of Elizabeth, widow of, as administratrix of h 4 CONC er 4 CONT late husband's estate. John Harrison, merchant, fellow bondsman. 4 CONT 4 CONT 1727-8 March 9. Kimble, Joseph, of Burlington Co., "batchaldor;" w 4 CONC ill 4 CONT of. Divides personal estate between Rachel, daughter of Isaac Horner o 4 CONC f 4 CONT Mansfield, brother John Kimble and father Benjamin Kimble, making the f 4 CONC ather 4 CONT executor. Witnesses - John Swift, John Mills, John Richardson. Proved M 4 CONC ay 4 CONT 29, 1728. Lib. 2, p. 531. 4 CONT 1728 April 15. Inventory of the personal estate, £39.0.3; made b 4 CONC y 4 CONT Henry Scott and Thomas Scattergood junior. 4 CONT 4 CONT The following names appear in the INDEX of this volume, the references b 4 CONC eing 4 CONT as persons mentioned in wills, such as recipients, trustees, witnesses, 4 CONT etc., but not wills of: 4 CONT 4 CONT KIMBAL - Ann, Benjamin, Daniel, Edward, Elizabeth, Ellener, George, Han 4 CONC nah, 4 CONT John, Sam'l, Sarah. 4 CONT KIMBALL - Benj., Benjamin, Edw., Edward, Hannah, Samuel 4 CONT KIMBELL - Elizabeth, Sam'l 4 CONT KIMBLE - Benjamin, Jno., Thomas 4 CONT 4 CONT Extracted from DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE COLONIAL HISTORY OF THE STATE O 4 CONC F 4 CONT NEW JERSEY, VOLUME XXX, CALENDAR OF NEW JERSEY WILLS, VOLUME II, 1730-1 4 CONC 750; 4 CONT Paterson NJ, 1918 4 CONT ( Libers 1, 2, etc. are of West Jersey Wills. Those as Libers A, B, et 4 CONC c., 4 CONT are of East Jersey Wills) 4 CONT 4 CONT KIMBLE, beginning page 281: 4 CONT 4 CONT 1744, Dec. 17. Kimble, Edward, of Springfield, Burlington Co., 4 CONT yeoman. Int. Adm'x, Martha Kimble. Lib. 5, p. 69. 4 CONT 1744, Dec. 21. Inventory £309.1.5; made by Elnatahn Stevenson, J 4 CONC ohn 4 CONT Budd and George Eyres. Includes bonds of Zebulon Brown, John Kemble, A 4 CONC ndrew 4 CONT King, and John Dutchfield. Notes of Edward Price, John Gray, Martin 4 CONT Springer and John Fenimore. 4 CONT 1746, March 9. Account showing payments to Jos. Scattergood (for 4 CONT letters of administration), Thos. Tuly, Richard Smith, Jr., John Bigan, 4 CONT Edward Noble, Thos. Shaw, Richard Smith, Sen'r, Samuel Smith, Hugh 4 CONT Hartshorn, Jos. Richards, Daniel Smith, Rob't Smith, William Hewlings, I 4 CONC saac 4 CONT DeCow, Ju'r, Jacob DeCow, Ben. Kemble, John Canady, Thos. Homan, Thos. 4 CONT Atkinson, Zebulon Brown, Francis Simpson, Joseph Allinson, [page 282] 4 CONT James Wills, Thomas Holmes, Ben. Butterworth, William Gardiner, Sam'l 4 CONT Rogers, Sam'l King, Thos. Staples, Elnathan Stevenson, James Inskeep, S 4 CONC amuel 4 CONT Hall, Elizabeth Johnson, Thos. Merideth, Ben. King, Obediah Irton, Ann 4 CONT Wheeler, Margaret Budd, Mary Raper, Joshua Raper, Thos. Budd, Sam'l How 4 CONC , 4 CONT William Lindon, Josiah White, Israel Hewlings, Bartholomew Gibson, Rob' 4 CONC t 4 CONT Hartshorn, Mary Tuly (executrix of Thos. Tuly, deceased, being part of b 4 CONC ond 4 CONT executred by Edward Kemble and Sarah Hunlock, executrix of Tho's Hunloc 4 CONC k). 4 CONT 4 CONT The following names appear in the INDEX of this volume, the references b 4 CONC eing 4 CONT as persons mentioned in wills, such as recipients, trustees, witnesses, 4 CONT etc., but not wills of: 4 CONT 4 CONT KIMBLE (KIMBAL) - Benjamin, Edward, George, John, Martha, Peter, Thomas 4 CONC , Mr. 1 SOUR @S1122@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Historical and Statistical Gazetteer of New York State by J. H. French 4 CONT (1860) Chili 4 CONT 4 CONT http://www.rootsweb.com/~nymonroe/french.htm 4 CONT Chili - was formed from Riga, Feb. 22, 1822. It is an interior town, ly 4 CONC ing s. w. of the center of the co. Its surface is level or gently rolli 4 CONC ng, with a slight inclination to the e. Genesee River forms the e. boun 4 CONC dary; and Black Creek, a sluggish stream, flows e. through near the cen 4 CONC ter. The soil is clay loam, mixed with sand. South of Black Creek are s 4 CONC everal gravelly knolls, the principal of which is Dumpling Hill, near t 4 CONC he river. Chili, (p. v.,) in the n. part, contains a church and 1 4 CONC 5 houses; North Chili, (p. v.,) a R.R. station in the n. w. corn 4 CONC er, contains a church and 25 houses; Clifton, (p. v.,) in the s. w 4 CONC . part, contains 1 church, a saw and grist mill, plaster mill, furnace, a 4 CONC nd 201 inhabitants; South Chili is a hamlet. The first settle 4 CONC ment made in the e. part, by Joseph Morgan, in 1792. There are 5 c 4 CONC hurches in town. 4 CONT first settlement 4 CONT Among the early settlers were Andrew Wirtman, in 1794; Stephen Peabody, C 4 CONC ol. Josiah Fish and his son Libbeus, from Vt., who located at the mouth o 4 CONC f Black Creek, in 1795. ---- Widener and his sons Jacob, Abraham, Willi 4 CONC am and Peter; ---- Scott, Joshua Howell, Benj. Bowen, John Kimball, --- 4 CONC - Dillingham, ---- Franklin and family, all settled previous to 1800. T 4 CONC he first birth was that of a child of Joseph Wood, in 1799. The first d 4 CONC eath occurred in the family of Joseph Morgan. James Chapman kept the fi 4 CONC rst store, in 1807; and Joseph Cary built the first mill. 1 SOUR @S1123@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT 4 CONT 4 CONT Submitter: Bill 4 CONT Subject: genealogy 4 CONT Message: I have a tombstone record of a Cora A Beadle, also a la 4 CONC ura Beagle/beadle. Hard to read second. I have the following Kimball f 4 CONC amily, Albert, Alfred, Almon, Chester, Earl, Eleana, Eva, Ev 4 CONC elyn, John, Lydia, Margaret, Noah, Olive, Pearl, Richard, S 4 CONC ara, Truman, William, Woodrow. William Place. If you wish the dates and i 4 CONC nfo off the tombstones, please send a 5 dollar donation to the Bellaire A 4 CONC rea Historical Society, 202 N. Bridge St., Bellaire Mi. 49615.. Please w 4 CONC rite on the memo line, the following words, Call Bill, so they will not 4 CONC ify me of the check. 1 SOUR @S1124@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996 Van Buren County Kimbles 4 CONT 4 CONT Judea L KIMBLE 30 March 31 23 February 87 Female Decatur, Van Bure 4 CONC n, Michigan 4 CONT Clarence R KIMBLE 09 October 91 05 March 73 Male Porter, Van Bur 4 CONC en, Michigan 4 CONT William S KIMBLE 28 January 59 27 July 85 Male Newberg, Cass, Mi 4 CONC chigan 4 CONT Nellie M KIMBLE 20 January 97 24 August 71 Female Antwerp, Van B 4 CONC uren, Michigan 4 CONT Robert KIMBLE 23 September 33 03 December 87 Male Lawton, Van Bu 4 CONC ren, Michigan 4 CONT 1 SOUR @S1132@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1160@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Hi Kimble cousins. 4 CONT I have come across some infomation which may concern our Kimble family i 4 CONC n Riga, NY. Under the town of Riga in one source, it states that Riga w 4 CONC as formed out of the Pultenay/Pulteney Estate. In 1810 an Isaac Kemble p 4 CONC urchased land from Sir William Pultenay. I am thinking it is perhaps th 4 CONC e brother of our John Kimble, whose name also shows up in the NJ tax li 4 CONC sts in Hardiston, Sussex county, NJ in 1793. I am not certain if the Ro 4 CONC bert T. Kemble in 1799 is connected or not, but I am looking into the n 4 CONC ame. 4 CONT In 1820 in Genesee County, there is a York Twp. It does not appear in 1 4 CONC 810 or 1800- but the location where it is situated could have been wher 4 CONC e Benjamin Kimble was born, rather than Yorktown, Westchester County, N 4 CONC ew York. It would make more sense, since Hannah is said to be born in G 4 CONC enesee County in 1804, two years earlier than Benjamin. Also, if you fo 4 CONC llow the following Monroe County history of it's towns, you can see tha 4 CONC t if the family moved to Riga, NY, around 1800, it would not have been R 4 CONC iga until 1808. Chili did not exist until 1822. Before 1808, if the Kim 4 CONC ble's moved to the same geographic location in NY, it would have been N 4 CONC orthampton, Ontario County, where there is only a Peter Campbell in 180 4 CONC 0- the only name close to the name Kimble at all. Peter Campbell is on t 4 CONC he same census page as Joseph Morgan, who is named as the first settler i 4 CONC n Riga. 4 CONT [Terry's note: In Leon, NY in the records there, the name "Bone" is ass 4 CONC ociated with Martha (Kimble) Franklin. Do they mean "Bowen?" Benjamin B 4 CONC owen is noted as an early settler of Riga. How is Martha connected to t 4 CONC he Bowens [if it is Bowen rather than Bone], if she indeed is connected 4 CONC ?] 4 CONT 4 CONT Benjamin Bowen must be a son-in-law of Daniel and Sabra (Temple) Frankl 4 CONC in (thus Roxana is the daughter); Daniel being son of Ichabod and Molly ( 4 CONC Whitman) Franklin (Eber Franklin's grandparents). Daniel Franklin Jr. i 4 CONC s in fact one of the executors, and the children's names reflect what w 4 CONC ould be the mother's name- Sabra, as well as a Benjamin F.- probably Be 4 CONC njamin Franklin Bowen. If memory serves, the Bowen family is a connecti 4 CONC on that goes back to Massachusetts. 4 CONT -Terry 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC ________________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT Ontario County, New York; Grantee Index to Deeds 1789-1845, Letter "K" 4 CONT 1799 Robert T. Kemble, from Charles Williamson, Lib 6 Page 54 [s 4 CONC ee more info on him at bottom of this page] 4 CONT 1810 Isaac Kemble, from Sir William Pulteney, Lib 14 Page 364 4 CONT [Terry's note- is this Isaac Kimble who was taxed in Hardiston, Sussex C 4 CONC ounty, NJ in 1793? He is a possible brother to our John Kimble] 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC _______________________________________________ 4 CONT Northampton 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Gates, formed as Northampton, March 30, 1802, [Terry's note- Nor 4 CONC thampton appears in the 1800 census], changed the name ten years later. F 4 CONC rom its were organized Parma and Riga [Terry's note: their grammer, not m 4 CONC ine], in 1808; Greece, in 1822, and part was taken in the erection of R 4 CONC ochester, in 1817, and again since 1910. Until the last division there w 4 CONC as some manufacturing being done the town, but it now is a farming comm 4 CONC unity. The pioneer of the region was Isaac Dean, who came in 1809. The p 4 CONC resence of Rochester has prevented the growth of any large villages. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Gates - was formed March 30, 1802, as "Northampton." Its name was chang 4 CONC ed June 10, 1812. Parma and Riga were taken off in 1808, and Greece in 1 4 CONC 822. It is near the geographical center of the co. Its surface is undul 4 CONC ating, with a gentle inclination toward the n. Genesee River forms a sm 4 CONC all portion of the e. boundary on the s. e. corner. It is drained by sm 4 CONC all streams. The soil is a fine quality of calcareous loam, intermixed w 4 CONC ith clay. The people are largely engaged in raising vegetables for the R 4 CONC ochester market. Gates (p. o.) is 1 mi. n. of Gates Center. Gates Cente 4 CONC r and West Gates are hamlets; and Coldwater is a station upon the Buffa 4 CONC lo Branch of the N.Y.C.R.R. The first settlement was made in 1809, by I 4 CONC saac Dean from Vt. The census reports 2 churches in town; M. E. and Pre 4 CONC sb. 4 CONT [first settlement. Among the early settlers who arrived in 1809 were J 4 CONC ohn Sickles and Augustus B. Shaw. In 1817, Ezra Mason, ---- Hartfor 4 CONC d, and Richard, Paul, Philip, Lisle, and Lowell Thomas, located in town 4 CONC . William Williams came in 1818. Ira West kept the first store, Isaac D 4 CONC ean built the first mill. Gates named in honor of Gen. Horatio Gates. 4 CONT Riga 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Riga, originally West Pultenay, was formed from Pultenay, April 8, 1 4 CONC 808. The town is a part of Phelps' "mill yard," and became one o 4 CONC f the best of the agricultural sections. James Wadsworth, an agent f 4 CONC or the Pultenay estate, was responsible for its settlement in 1805. The v 4 CONC illages of the township are: Churchville and Riga Center. 4 CONT 4 CONT first settlement. The first settlers were mostly from Mass. Elihu Churc 4 CONC h settled near the center, in March 1806. Soon after, Samuel Sheppard s 4 CONC ettled in the s. w. part; Henry Brewster, Sam'l Baldwin, William Parker 4 CONC , Ezekiel Barnes, Nehemiah Frost, Samuel Church, Jas. Knowles, Thos. Bi 4 CONC gham, Jos. Tucker, Enos Morse, and Geo. Richmond, in 1807; and Jas. Eme 4 CONC rson and Eber and Chester Orcutt, in 1080. The first birth was that of a d 4 CONC aughter of Sam'l Church; the first male child born was Hiram Shepard, i 4 CONC n 1806; the first death was that of Richard Church, in 1807. Jos. Thomp 4 CONC son kept the first inn; Thompson & Tuttle the first store, in 1808. Sam 4 CONC uel Church built the first sawmill, in 1808, and the first gristmill, i 4 CONC n 1811, both at Churchville. 4 CONT Chili 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Chili, formed from Riga February 22, 1822, lies southwest of the c 4 CONC enter of the county. It is strictly an agricultural town. The first s 4 CONC ettlement was made by Joseph Morgan, in 1799. The green nursery far 4 CONC m is one of the "sights" and a principal industry. Hamlets in the towns 4 CONC hip are: Chili, North Chili, South Chili, Chili Station and Clifford 4 CONT 4 CONT first settlement. Among the early settlers were Andrew Wirtman, in 1794 4 CONC ; Stephen Peabody, Col. Josiah Fish and his son Libbeus, from Vt., who l 4 CONC ocated at the mouth of Black Creek, in 1795. ---- Widener and his sons J 4 CONC acob, Abraham, William and Peter; ---- Scott, Joshua Howell, Benj. B 4 CONC owen, John Kimball, ---- Dillingham, ---- Franklin and fa 4 CONC mily, all settled previous to 1800. The first birth was that of a c 4 CONC hild of Joseph Wood, in 1799. The first death occurred in the family of J 4 CONC oseph Morgan. James Chapman kept the first store, in 1807; and Josep 4 CONC h Cary built the first mill. 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC ______________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Three Rivers 4 CONT Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie 4 CONT History From America's Most Famous Valleys 4 CONT Names of Persons 4 CONT 4 CONT for whom 4 CONT 4 CONT MARRIAGE LICENSES 4 CONT 4 CONT Were issued by the Secretary of the Province of New York 4 CONT 4 CONT Previous to 1784. 4 CONT 4 CONT By E. B. O'Callaghan 4 CONT Printed by order of Gideon J. Ticker, Secretary of State. 4 CONT 4 CONT Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1860. 4 CONT NEW YORK MARRIAGES. Letter M. 4 CONT Page 257. 4 CONT 1780. Jan. 11. Marston, Mary, and Robert T. Kemble 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC _______________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT Province of New York - Marriage Licenses 4 CONT Names of persons for whom Marriage Licenses were issued by the Secretar 4 CONC y of the Province of New York, previous to 1784. 4 CONT For consistency, these are arranged in date order in the format of: Dat 4 CONC e; Husband; Wife. This is NOT an exact, accurate copy, but rather a dis 4 CONC tillation of the pertinent information set in (what I believe to be) a m 4 CONC ore useful format. This shows the date the License was issued, NOT the d 4 CONC ate of marriage. There are some obvious errors that appear in the publi 4 CONC cation. 4 CONT Originally appearing on the site of Robert L. Billard 4 CONT You can visit his site at 4 CONT Marriage Licenses Issued by the State of New York 4 CONT - sorted by date 4 CONT 1778 11 Jan; Robert T. Kemble; Mary Marsten 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC ________________________________________________________________ 4 CONT 4 CONT Abstract of Early Wills (1730-1750) - Morris County 4 CONT The following information is from 4 CONT "Archives of the State of New Jersey; First Series Vol. XXX; Vol. II of C 4 CONC alendar of Wills"; Edited by A. Van Doren Honeyman. 4 CONT The second volume of Abstracts of Wills of New Jersey, includes wills, a 4 CONC dministrations and guardianships appearing on the records in Trenton as f 4 CONC iled or recorded. 4 CONT 4 CONT First dates in boldface indicate when the will to which the date ref 4 CONC ers was executed (not probated). 4 CONT 4 CONT The word "yeoman" was in common use to signify a freeholder. The dou 4 CONC ble-year dating, which may look confusing to some readers, arose from t 4 CONC he fact that in America, as in England, while the historic year ended D 4 CONC ecember 31, the legal year ended on March 24, and this continued until 1 4 CONC 750. Therefore, in reading, for example, a date such as Feb. 4, 1740-1, i 4 CONC t is to be considered that the real year was 1741 historically, but 174 4 CONC 0 legally. 4 CONT 4 CONT In various wills the word "brother," as used, has an uncertain meani 4 CONC ng, and may refer to brother-in-law, step- or half-brother, or to a mem 4 CONC ber of the same religious denominati 1 SOUR @S1299@ 2 PAGE v.67 p.353 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 4 VALUE v.67 p.353 2 DATA 3 TEXT Samuel Huckins m.1st Mary (Polly) Whidden 4 CONT m.2 Mary M. (Kimball) Tilton, daughter of John and Sarah (Moulton) (Kim 4 CONC ball family, p.236; Joseph Kimball Family, p.28) and widow of John Ham o 4 CONC f Canterbury (first husband), who was born at Canterbury 23 Jan 1797 a 4 CONC nd died 6 July 1868. 1 SOUR @S1303@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1319@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschuyl/mrlndcem.htm 4 CONT MORELAND CEMETERY 4 CONT TOWN OF DIX, SCHUYLER CO., NY 4 CONT 4 CONT KIMBLE John 20oct1883 ae94 4 CONT Lydia Scott wf/John Kimble 19jun1839 ae 46 4 CONT (may be buried at Hector) 4 CONT Martha 2nd ef/John 11apr1886 ae 78 4 CONT KIMBLE Charles nov 1870 - 25nov1962 4 CONT KIMBLE Fannie Bellinger 26jun1871 - 28dec1960 4 CONT KIMBLE Eva died 26apr1900 ae 89 1 SOUR @S1320@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice 4 CONT History of Tompkins, Schuyler, Chemung, Tioga 1879 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT John Kimble was born in Sussex Co., N. J., May 23, 178 4 CONC 9, and is consequently now in his ninetieth year. He is the son of Pete 4 CONC r and Eve (Kouse) Kimble, who were among the old settlers of his native c 4 CONC ounty. He received what little education he had time to acquire in the p 4 CONC ublic schools of Sussex Co., N. J., and has followed agricultural pursu 4 CONC its as a vocation the greater part of his life. 4 CONT On the 6th of March, 1816, he united in marriage with Lydia Scott, daug 4 CONC hter of Joseph Scott, who was born at Muncy, Pa., on the 16th of March, 1 4 CONC 793. She died on the 19th of June, 1839. They had a family of nine chil 4 CONC dren, the names of whom, and the dates of whose births, are as follows: P 4 CONC eter, born March 5, 1817; married Mary Davis. Eve, born Nov. 5, 1818; d 4 CONC ied March 30, 1841. Henry S., born Dec. 29, 1820; married Lucetta Stine 4 CONC . Deborah, born June 10, 1822; married Phineas Catlin, of Odessa. Josep 4 CONC h, born June 24, 1825; married Sarah Austin. George, born Dec. 24, 1826 4 CONC ; married Mrs. Martha Ray. William, born May 27, 1829; died Feb. 23, 18 4 CONC 56. Jemima, born Sept. 25, 1832; married James Becker. John, born Aug. 2 4 CONC 9, 1837; died March 31, 1841. 4 CONT Between two and three years after the death of his first wife, Mr. Kimb 4 CONC le married again, August 15, 1841, choosing as his second wife Mrs. Mar 4 CONC tha Truesdell, by whom he had two children, namely: James D., born Febr 4 CONC uary 15, 1847; married Lizzie Lane. Charles A., born October 8, 1850; d 4 CONC ied May 13, 1862. 4 CONT Mr. Kimble removed to the town of Catlin in 1844, and has since resided t 4 CONC here. He has reached the good old age of eighty-nine years, and is stil 4 CONC l hale and hearty, which is owing to the regularity of his habits, and a t 4 CONC emperate and industrious life. He has been an enterprising farmer for m 4 CONC any years, and has lived an honest and upright life. His friends and ne 4 CONC ighbors regard him as a man of irreproachable reputation, whose life ha 4 CONC s been as nearly blameless as it is possible for erring humanity to be. I 4 CONC n politics Mr. Kimble is a Republican; in religious belief he is libera 4 CONC l. 4 CONT The portrait which accompanies this brief sketch of his life has been i 4 CONC nserted by his daughter, Mrs. Phineas Catlin, as a token of filial rega 4 CONC rd, and as a deserving representation of a worthy man on the pages of l 4 CONC ocal history. 1 SOUR @S1386@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760, Ancestry.com 4 CONT Page: 274 4 CONT Name: Benjamin Kimbal 4 CONT Date: 30 Jan 1728-9 4 CONT Location: Springfield Township, Burlington Co. yeoman; will of. C 4 CONC hildren--Edward, Benjamin, John, George, Hannah, Sarah, Ellener, Ann, D 4 CONC aniel, Elizabeth, all except the first three under age. Real and person 4 CONC al estate. Executor--son Edward. Witnesses--John Hancock, Godfrey Hanco 4 CONC ck, Tho: Scattergood. Proved 26 Feb 1728-9. 24 Feb 1728-9 Inventory of t 4 CONC he personal estate, £604.7.4, incl. "purse and apparell" £378.16.9; mad 4 CONC e by John Hancock, Thomas Scattergood junior and Titan Leeds. Page: 274 4 CONT Name: Hannah Kimball 4 CONT Date: 23 Oct 1697 4 CONT Location: Burlington widow. Bond of Benjamin and Edward Kimball o 4 CONC f Burlington Co., Esq'res, her sons, as executors of her will. Benjamin Wheate, cordwainer, and Daniel S 4 CONC utton, tailor, both of Burlington, fellow bondsmen. Page: 274 4 CONT Name: John Kimbell Kemble 4 CONT Date: 09 Jan 1702-3 4 CONT Location: Milston River, Middlesex Co. Inventory of the personal e 4 CONC state of, £89.19.6, incl. "English" goods £6, and a servant boy £12; ma 4 CONC de by John Harrison and Benjamin Corll. 05 Feb 1702-3 Bond of Elizabeth 4 CONC , widow of, as administratrix of her late husband's estate. John Harris 4 CONC on, merchant, fellow bondsman. Page: 274 4 CONT Name: Joseph Kimble 4 CONT Date: 09 Mar 1727-8 4 CONT Location: Burlington Co. "batchaldor;" will of. Divides personal e 4 CONC state between Rachael, daughter of Isaac Horner of Mansfield, brother J 4 CONC no. Kimble and father Benjamin Kimble, making the father executor. Witn 4 CONC esses--John Swift, John Mills, John Richardson. Proved 29 May 1728. 4 CONT 4 CONT Page: 281 4 CONT Name: Edward Kimble 4 CONT Date: 17 Dec 1744 4 CONT Location: Springfield, Burlington Co. yeoman. Int. Adm'x, Martha K 4 CONC imble. Lib. 5, p. 69. 1744, Dec. 21. Inventory £309.1.5; made by Elnath 4 CONC an Stevenson, John Budd and George Eyres. Includes bonds of Zebulon Bro 4 CONC wn, John Kemble, Andrew King, and John Dutchfield. Notes of Edward Pric 4 CONC e, John Gray, Martin Springer and John Fenimore. 1746, March 9. Account s 4 CONC howing payments to Jos. Scattergood (for letters of administration), Th 4 CONC os. Tuly, Richard Smith, Jr., John Bigan, Edward Noble, Thos. Shaw, Ric 4 CONC hard Smith, Sen'r, Samuel Smith, Hugh Hartshorn, Jos. Richards, Daniel S 4 CONC mith, Rob't Smith, William Hewlings, Isaac DeCow, Ju'r, Jacob DeCow, Be 4 CONC n. Kemble, John Canady, Thos. Homan, Thos. Atkinson, Zebulon Brown, Fra 4 CONC ncis Simpson, Joseph Allinson, James Wills, Thomas Holmes, Ben. Butterw 4 CONC orth, William Gardiner, Sam'l Rogers, Sam'l King, Thos. Staples, Elnath 4 CONC an Stevenson, James Inskeep, Samuel Hall, Elizabeth Johnson, Thos. Meri 4 CONC deth, Ben. King, Obediah Irton, Ann Wheeler, Margaret Budd, Mary Raper, J 4 CONC oshua Raper, Thos. Budd, Sam'l How, William Lindon, Josiah White, Israe 4 CONC l Hewlings, Bartholomew Gibson, Rob't Hartshorn, Mary Tuly (executrix o 4 CONC f Thos. Tuly, deceased, being part of bond executed by Edward Kemble an 4 CONC d Sarah Hunlock, executrix of Tho's Hunlock). 4 CONT Page: 271 4 CONT Name: Samuel Kemble Kimball 4 CONT Date: 02 Mar 1728-9 4 CONT Location: Burlington yeoman; will of. Children--Ann Elketon, Sar 4 CONC ah Allen, Elizabeth Collins, Mary Elketon, Hannah, Thomas, son-in-law B 4 CONC enjamin Allen; brother Benjamin mentioned. Real and personal estate. Ex 4 CONC ecutors--son Thomas and daughter Ann Elketon. Witnesses--Will. Petty, S 4 CONC amuel Loquer, Tho: Scattergood. Proved 29 Mar 1729. 24 Mar 1728-9 Inven 4 CONC tory of the personal estate, £97.5.4, incl. books £5; made by Samuel Wo 4 CONC ollman and Elnathan Stevenson. 4 CONT Page: 279 4 CONT Name: Peter Kemble (Kembell) 4 CONT Date: 07 Jun 1738 4 CONT Location: Middlesex Co. boatman. Int. Adm'r, Peter Kemble. Andre 4 CONC w Johnston, Esq., fellow bondsman. Lib. C, p. 197. 1 SOUR @S1426@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT from THE HISTORY OF CHESTER COUNTY, by Futhey and Cope. 4 CONT "John Kimble, or Kemble, in 1783 bought 187 acres of land in New London 4 CONC , and died prior to 1812, leaving children - James, William, John, Samu 4 CONC el, Mary, Isaac, Jane and George. Samuel and George owned considerable l 4 CONC and and lived at what is now Kimbleville, named from the family. George k 4 CONC ept store there for a long time and died April 22, 1856. Samuel died Ma 4 CONC rch 3, 1859." 4 CONT Here is his will, in case there are clues for you; 4 CONT 4 CONT KEMBLE, JOHN. New London. 4 CONT May 1, 1809: June 3, 1809. 4 CONT Provides for wife Mary. Real and personal estate to be sold and proceed 4 CONC s divided among all the children, who are not named.Executors: Son Samu 4 CONC el Kemble and son-in-law Robert Mackey.Wits.: Jno. Chandler, Robert M. W 4 CONC augh. 1 SOUR @S1426@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1428@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Delaware Genealogical Society journal v. 10, p. 15 4 CONT Mary Kimble. Father: John Kimble, Mother: Lydia Kimble and Fordham as s 4 CONC pouse. 4 CONT 4 CONT from Bob and Zola Sickles. 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1765 AND 1770 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1765 2 PLAC New Jersey 2 NOTE Based on age in Riga, NY, in 1810 and Crawford, Ohio (living with Natha 3 CONC n) in 1830(?) 2 SOUR @S822@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT [Hannah Kimble in 1880 says both par. b. NJ] 2 SOUR @S1135@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1790 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1790 2 PLAC New Jersey or New York 2 SOUR @S1003@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1790 New Cornwall, Orange County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT John Kimble 1 2 4 5 CONT 5 CONT probably not our John 1 RESI 2 DATE JUN 1793 2 _SDATE 15 JUN 1793 2 PLAC Hardiston, Sussex County, New Jersey? 2 SOUR @S661@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT JOHN KEMBLE NJ Burlington County Election Returns 1739 5 CONT JOHN KEMBLE NJ Burlington County Burlington Township 1773 5 CONT JOHN CARPR. KEMBLE NJ Burlington County Burlington Township 1773 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT JOHN KIMBLE NJ Burlington County Burlington 1793 5 CONT JOHN* KIMBLE NJ Essex County Springfield 1796 5 CONT JOHN KIMPLE NJ Somerset County Hillsborough 1793 5 CONT JOHN KIMPLE NJ Somerset County Hillsborough Township 1793 5 CONT JOHN KIMPLE NJ Somerset County Hillsborough Township 1793 5 CONT JOHN KIMBLE NJ Sussex County Hardiston 1793 2 SOUR @S1112@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT John may be one of the John Kimble's in New Jersey tax lists 5 CONT 5 CONT Burlington County, June 1793: 5 CONT 5 CONT John Kimble, Burlington 5 CONT Job Kembel, Springfield 5 CONT Benjamine Kemble, Springfield 5 CONT Joseph Jr. Kemble, Springfield 5 CONT Jessa Kimble, Mansfield 5 CONT Job Kimbel, New Hanover 5 CONT Clayton Kimble, New Hanover 5 CONT Caleb Kemble, Northampton 5 CONT Collin Kemble, Northampton 5 CONT Samuel Kemble, Northampton 5 CONT George Kimble, Northampton 5 CONT Henry "Knebal", Northampton 5 CONT Essex County, June 1793 5 CONT Jacob Kemple, Amwell 5 CONT William Kempbell, Kingwood 5 CONT Robert Kimball, Newark 5 CONT Joseph Kemble, No Twp Listed 5 CONT 5 CONT Hardiston, Sussex County, June 1793: 5 CONT John Kimble 5 CONT Isaac Kimble 5 CONT Daniel Kimble 5 CONT Joshua Kimble 5 CONT William Kimble 5 CONT 5 CONT Also in Sussex County, June 1793: 5 CONT 5 CONT David Kimble (Hardwick, Sussex) 5 CONT William Kimble (Hardwick) 5 CONT Caleb Kimble (New Town, Sussex) 5 CONT Nathaniel Kimble (Wantage) 5 CONT 5 CONT Springfield, Essex County, in June 1796: 5 CONT John Kimble 5 CONT Benjamin Kimble 5 CONT Joseph Kimble 1 RESI 2 DATE JUN 1796 2 _SDATE 15 JUN 1796 2 PLAC Springfield, Essex County, New Jersey? 2 SOUR @S661@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT JOHN KEMBLE NJ Burlington County Election Returns 1739 5 CONT JOHN KEMBLE NJ Burlington County Burlington Township 1773 5 CONT JOHN CARPR. KEMBLE NJ Burlington County Burlington Township 1773 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT JOHN KIMBLE NJ Burlington County Burlington 1793 5 CONT JOHN* KIMBLE NJ Essex County Springfield 1796 5 CONT JOHN KIMPLE NJ Somerset County Hillsborough 1793 5 CONT JOHN KIMPLE NJ Somerset County Hillsborough Township 1793 5 CONT JOHN KIMPLE NJ Somerset County Hillsborough Township 1793 5 CONT JOHN KIMBLE NJ Sussex County Hardiston 1793 2 SOUR @S1112@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT John may be one of the John Kimble's in New Jersey tax lists 5 CONT 5 CONT Burlington County, June 1793: 5 CONT 5 CONT John Kimble, Burlington 5 CONT Job Kembel, Springfield 5 CONT Benjamine Kemble, Springfield 5 CONT Joseph Jr. Kemble, Springfield 5 CONT Jessa Kimble, Mansfield 5 CONT Job Kimbel, New Hanover 5 CONT Clayton Kimble, New Hanover 5 CONT Caleb Kemble, Northampton 5 CONT Collin Kemble, Northampton 5 CONT Samuel Kemble, Northampton 5 CONT George Kimble, Northampton 5 CONT Henry "Knebal", Northampton 5 CONT Essex County, June 1793 5 CONT Jacob Kemple, Amwell 5 CONT William Kempbell, Kingwood 5 CONT Robert Kimball, Newark 5 CONT Joseph Kemble, No Twp Listed 5 CONT 5 CONT Hardiston, Sussex County, June 1793: 5 CONT John Kimble 5 CONT Isaac Kimble 5 CONT Daniel Kimble 5 CONT Joshua Kimble 5 CONT William Kimble 5 CONT 5 CONT Also in Sussex County, June 1793: 5 CONT 5 CONT David Kimble (Hardwick, Sussex) 5 CONT William Kimble (Hardwick) 5 CONT Caleb Kimble (New Town, Sussex) 5 CONT Nathaniel Kimble (Wantage) 5 CONT 5 CONT Springfield, Essex County, in June 1796: 5 CONT John Kimble 5 CONT Benjamin Kimble 5 CONT Joseph Kimble 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1797 AND 1800 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1797 2 PLAC Chili, Genesee county, New York 2 NOTE The History of Chili NY states that John Kimball came after 1797 but be 3 CONC fore 1800. Northampton, Ontario County, NY, where they should be locate 3 CONC d in 1800, does not have a John Kimble. There is a Peter Campbell close b 3 CONC y. 3 CONT 3 CONT For Germantown, Columbia Co in 1800, the daughters do not appear to be t 3 CONC he right ages. Instead of Mary age 8 and Martha age 3, we have 2 older d 3 CONC aughters 10 <26, and one <10, which could be either Mary or Martha, but t 3 CONC hen where is the other, and who are the two older ones? Mary appears in l 3 CONC ater census years being born around 1791, thus could actually be listed a 3 CONC s 10 in 1800. The other daughter may have been out of the house by 1810 3 CONC , thus not showing up in later censuses. 3 CONT 3 CONT The parents' ages do fit for John and Lydia, as I shall call them now u 3 CONC ntil proven otherwise. Gotta call them something... 3 CONT 3 CONT What John Kimble's family should look like in 1800: 3 CONT 3 CONT Enumerators of the 1800 census were asked to include the following cate 3 CONC gories in the census: name of head of household, number of free white m 3 CONC ales and females in age categories: 0 to 10, 10 to 16, 16 to 26, 26 to 4 3 CONC 5, 45 and older; number of other free persons except Indians not taxed; n 3 CONC umber of slaves; and town or district and county of residence. 3 CONT 3 CONT John Kimble 1/2 1/0 - 1 - 3/2 1/0 - 1 - 3 CONT 1 1 - 1 - 3 - - 1 - 3 CONT 1 1 - 1 - 2 1 - 1 - 3 CONT 2 - - 1 - 3 - - 1 - 3 CONT 2 - - 1 - 2 1 - 1 - 3 CONT 3 CONT Nathan 5 or 6 3 CONT Caleb 9 or 10 3 CONT John 30-35 3 CONT Martha 3 3 CONT Mary 7 or 8 3 CONT other daughter 9 or 10 3 CONT Lydia 29 3 CONT 3 CONT 2 SOUR @S682@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT The Town of Chili 5 CONT Chili was formed from Riga, February 22d, 1822. The first settlement wa 5 CONC s made by Joseph Morgan, in 1792. The first child born there was Joseph W 5 CONC ood, in 1799. It is an interior town lying southwest of the center of t 5 CONC he county. Its surface is level or gently rolling, with a slight inclin 5 CONC ation to the east. The Genesee River forms the eastern boundary of the t 5 CONC own, and Black creek, a sluggish stream, flows east through the central p 5 CONC ortion of the town. The soil is a clay loam, mixed with sand. South of B 5 CONC lack creek are several peculiar gravelly knolls, the principal of which i 5 CONC s Dumpling hill, near the river. The early history of Chili is entirely c 5 CONC ontemporaneous with that of its mother town Riga, which was known origi 5 CONC nal as East Pulteney, and a little later as East Riga, while Riga prope 5 CONC r was known as West Pulteney and West Riga. In the town as at present c 5 CONC onstituted are five small villages or hamlets, known respectively as Ch 5 CONC ili, North Chili, Chili Station, Clifton and South Chili. The first set 5 CONC tlers of the town were Yankees, that is New Englanders of pronounced ty 5 CONC pe, and they brought with them the customs and manners peculiar to all i 5 CONC nhabitants of New England. The pioneer of this locality was Joseph Morg 5 CONC an, who located near the south line, adjoining the lands of Peter Sheff 5 CONC er, the pioneer of Wheatland and the successor of the notorious Ebeneze 5 CONC r Allan. Among the early settlers were Andrew Wortman, Colonel Josiah F 5 CONC ish and his son Lebbeus from Vermont, who settled on the river at the m 5 CONC outh of Black Creek. The first industry was a distillery built by Steph 5 CONC en Peabody in 1796. In 1797 Jacob Widner and his sons, Samuel, Jacob, A 5 CONC braham, William and Peter and also Joseph Cary, made a beginning here; a 5 CONC nd later but prior to 1800, came Lemuel and Joseph Wood, Samuel Scott, J 5 CONC oshua Howell, Benjamin Bowman, John Kimball, Daniel Fr 5 CONC anklin, Mr. Dillingham, George Stottle and others. About this time c 5 CONC ame John McVean from Ontario county, with his six sons, Duncan, Samuel, J 5 CONC ohn, Daniel, Peter and Alexander, also William Woodin and his family fr 5 CONC om Seneca county. Later settlers were Joseph Sibley, Joseph Davis, Will 5 CONC iam Holland, John Wetmore, Joseph Thompson, Isaac Burritt, Berkley Gill 5 CONC ett, Isaac Lacey, William Pixley and others. James Chapman established t 5 CONC he first store, in 1807, and James Cary built the first mill. Later sto 5 CONC rekeepers in the town were Mr. Filkins, Mr. Hawes and Theodore Winans. T 5 CONC he first tavern was kept by Elias Streeter about 1811, on the Chili and S 5 CONC pencerport road. Paul Orton was the second landlord and one, Pennock, k 5 CONC ept the checkered tavern, and old historic building. Cary's mill was lo 5 CONC cated on Mill creek, north of Clifton and near by, in 1807, Comfort Smi 5 CONC th built a gristmill. In 1806 there was a schoolhouse erected north of B 5 CONC lack creek, one mile west of the Center. The town has not increased in p 5 CONC opulation very materially since 1825, when it numbered 1,827, as it is e 5 CONC stimated that the present population is about 2,000. Chili is an agricu 5 CONC ltural town, being deficient in manufacturing and other industries, whi 5 CONC ch is doubtless due to the absence of suitable waterpower. The Green Nu 5 CONC rsery Company operated a large nursery farm in the town, which constitu 5 CONC tes the chief industry of the town. The chief educational institution i 5 CONC s the Chili seminary, located in North Chili. There are eleven school d 5 CONC istricts in the town, each of which is provided with a comfortable scho 5 CONC ol-home. 5 CONT Taken from "History of Rochester and Monroe County New York" 5 CONT 5 CONT Note: Image 4 of 10 of Northampton County in 1800 is an error page- awa 5 CONC iting to see the actual page. Peter "Shafer" is on that page, as are Jo 5 CONC seph Morgan, and Jacob Widner. John McVean is on p.3 of 10. Stephen Pe 5 CONC abody is on p.5 of 10. Andrew Wortman is on p.3 of 3 of Geneseo, Ontar 5 CONC io County in 1800. 5 CONT Peter Campbell is on p.3 of 10: - - - 1 - 2 - 1 - - - - 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 5 CONT 2 f 0 < 10 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 5 CONT 5 CONT Searching for anyone with the name John in Northampton in 1800, there i 5 CONC s a John "Christie" on p.4. As is it Christie in the ancestry index as w 5 CONC ell as on the transcribed page below, it is not likely that it is anyth 5 CONC ing misread. 5 CONT 5 CONT Enumerators of the 1800 census were asked to include the following cate 5 CONC gories in the census: name of head of household, number of free white m 5 CONC ales and females in age categories: 0 to 10, 10 to 16, 16 to 26, 26 to 4 5 CONC 5, 45 and older; number of other free persons except Indians not taxed; n 5 CONC umber of slaves; and town or district and county of residence. 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ny/ontario/census/1800/cens0004.tx 5 CONC t?o_xid=0022846292&o_lid=0022846292&o_xt=41545919 has the missing page- p 5 CONC .316: 5 CONT 5 CONT Widner, Jacob - - 1 - - - - - - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Weeks, Benjamin - - - 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Utley, Asa 1 2 1 - 1 1 1 - - 1 - - p. 316 5 CONT Shafer, Peter 2 - 1 1 - 2 1 - 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Schoonhoven, Jacob - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - - p. 316 5 CONT Scott, Isaac 1 1 2 - 1 - - 1 - 1 - - p. 316 5 CONT Ray, Alexander - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Purdy, Nathaniel - - - 1 - 2 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Mulkins, Henry 2 - - - - 2 1 - 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Mills, Louis - 2 1 1 - - - - - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Morgan, Joseph 1 - - 1 - 1 - - 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT McNaughton, John 2 - 1 1 - - - - 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT McNutt, John 1 - 1 - - 1 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT McPherson, Daniel 1 - 2 1 - - - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Maune, Henry - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Douglas, Cyrus 1 - 1 - - 1 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Farewell, Elisha 2 - 2 1 1 3 - 2 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Fisher, Josiah 1 2 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Cummings, Joseph 2 1 - 1 - - 2 - - 1 - - p. 316 5 CONT Christie, John 2 - - - 1 2 2 2 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Coates, Timothy - 1 1 - 1 4 1 - - 1 - - p. 316 5 CONT Chamberlain, Joshua - - 1 - 1 1 - - - 1 - - p. 316 5 CONT Chamberlain, Ezekial 2 - 1 - - 1 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Carey, Joseph - - 1 - - 2 - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Blood, Solomon 1 - 1 - - - - 1 - - - - p. 316 5 CONT Baker, Asa 2 1 - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - - - p. 316 5 CONT Anderson, Daniel 1 - 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - p. 316 2 SOUR @S1160@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Hi Kimble cousins. 5 CONT I have come across some infomation which may concern our Kimble family i 5 CONC n Riga, NY. Under the town of Riga in one source, it states that Riga w 5 CONC as formed out of the Pultenay/Pulteney Estate. In 1810 an Isaac Kemble p 5 CONC urchased land from Sir William Pultenay. I am thinking it is perhaps th 5 CONC e brother of our John Kimble, whose name also shows up in the NJ tax li 5 CONC sts in Hardiston, Sussex county, NJ in 1793. I am not certain if the Ro 5 CONC bert T. Kemble in 1799 is connected or not, but I am looking into the n 5 CONC ame. 5 CONT In 1820 in Genesee County, there is a York Twp. It does not appear in 1 5 CONC 810 or 1800- but the location where it is situated could have been wher 5 CONC e Benjamin Kimble was born, rather than Yorktown, Westchester County, N 5 CONC ew York. It would make more sense, since Hannah is said to be born in G 5 CONC enesee County in 1804, two years earlier than Benjamin. Also, if you fo 5 CONC llow the following Monroe County history of it's towns, you can see tha 5 CONC t if the family moved to Riga, NY, around 1800, it would not have been R 5 CONC iga until 1808. Chili did not exist until 1822. Before 1808, if the Kim 5 CONC ble's moved to the same geographic location in NY, it would have been N 5 CONC orthampton, Ontario County, where there is only a Peter Campbell in 180 5 CONC 0- the only name close to the name Kimble at all. Peter Campbell is on t 5 CONC he same census page as Joseph Morgan, who is named as the first settler i 5 CONC n Riga. 5 CONT [Terry's note: In Leon, NY in the records there, the name "Bone" is ass 5 CONC ociated with Martha (Kimble) Franklin. Do they mean "Bowen?" Benjamin B 5 CONC owen is noted as an early settler of Riga. How is Martha connected to t 5 CONC he Bowens [if it is Bowen rather than Bone], if she indeed is connected 5 CONC ?] 5 CONT 5 CONT Benjamin Bowen must be a son-in-law of Daniel and Sabra (Temple) Frankl 5 CONC in (thus Roxana is the daughter); Daniel being son of Ichabod and Molly ( 5 CONC Whitman) Franklin (Eber Franklin's grandparents). Daniel Franklin Jr. i 5 CONC s in fact one of the executors, and the children's names reflect what w 5 CONC ould be the mother's name- Sabra, as well as a Benjamin F.- probably Be 5 CONC njamin Franklin Bowen. If memory serves, the Bowen family is a connecti 5 CONC on that goes back to Massachusetts. 5 CONT -Terry 5 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 5 CONC ________________________________________________ 5 CONT 5 CONT Ontario County, New York; Grantee Index to Deeds 1789-1845, Letter "K" 5 CONT 1799 Robert T. Kemble, from Charles Williamson, Lib 6 Page 54 [s 5 CONC ee more info on him at bottom of this page] 5 CONT 1810 Isaac Kemble, from Sir William Pulteney, Lib 14 Page 364 5 CONT [Terry's note- is this Isaac Kimble who was taxed in Hardiston, Sussex C 5 CONC ounty, NJ in 1793? He is a possible brother to our John Kimble] 5 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 5 CONC _______________________________________________ 5 CONT Northampton 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Gates, formed as Northampton, March 30, 1802, [Terry's note- Nor 5 CONC thampton appears in the 1800 census], changed the name ten years later. F 5 CONC rom its were organized Parma and Riga [Terry's note: their grammer, not m 5 CONC ine], in 1808; Greece, in 1822, and part was taken in the erection of R 5 CONC ochester, in 1817, and again since 1910. Until the last division there w 5 CONC as some manufacturing being done the town, but it now is a farming comm 5 CONC unity. The pioneer of the region was Isaac Dean, who came in 1809. The p 5 CONC resence of Rochester has prevented the growth of any large villages. 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Gates - was formed March 30, 1802, as "Northampton." Its name was chang 5 CONC ed June 10, 1812. Parma and Riga were taken off in 1808, and Greece in 1 5 CONC 822. It is near the geographical center of the co. Its surface is undul 5 CONC ating, with a gentle inclination toward the n. Genesee River forms a sm 5 CONC all portion of the e. boundary on the s. e. corner. It is drained by sm 5 CONC all streams. The soil is a fine quality of calcareous loam, intermixed w 5 CONC ith clay. The people are largely engaged in raising vegetables for the R 5 CONC ochester market. Gates (p. o.) is 1 mi. n. of Gates Center. Gates Cente 5 CONC r and West Gates are hamlets; and Coldwater is a station upon the Buffa 5 CONC lo Branch of the N.Y.C.R.R. The first settlement was made in 1809, by I 5 CONC saac Dean from Vt. The census reports 2 churches in town; M. E. and Pre 5 CONC sb. 5 CONT [first settlement. Among the early settlers who arrived in 1809 were J 5 CONC ohn Sickles and Augustus B. Shaw. In 1817, Ezra Mason, ---- Hartfor 5 CONC d, and Richard, Paul, Philip, Lisle, and Lowell Thomas, located in town 5 CONC . William Williams came in 1818. Ira West kept the first store, Isaac D 5 CONC ean built the first mill. Gates named in honor of Gen. Horatio Gates. 5 CONT Riga 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Riga, originally West Pultenay, was formed from Pultenay, April 8, 1 5 CONC 808. The town is a part of Phelps' "mill yard," and became one o 5 CONC f the best of the agricultural sections. James Wadsworth, an agent f 5 CONC or the Pultenay estate, was responsible for its settlement in 1805. The v 5 CONC illages of the township are: Churchville and Riga Center. 5 CONT 5 CONT first settlement. The first settlers were mostly from Mass. Elihu Churc 5 CONC h settled near the center, in March 1806. Soon after, Samuel Sheppard s 5 CONC ettled in the s. w. part; Henry Brewster, Sam'l Baldwin, William Parker 5 CONC , Ezekiel Barnes, Nehemiah Frost, Samuel Church, Jas. Knowles, Thos. Bi 5 CONC gham, Jos. Tucker, Enos Morse, and Geo. Richmond, in 1807; and Jas. Eme 5 CONC rson and Eber and Chester Orcutt, in 1080. The first birth was that of a d 5 CONC aughter of Sam'l Church; the first male child born was Hiram Shepard, i 5 CONC n 1806; the first death was that of Richard Church, in 1807. Jos. Thomp 5 CONC son kept the first inn; Thompson & Tuttle the first store, in 1808. Sam 5 CONC uel Church built the first sawmill, in 1808, and the first gristmill, i 5 CONC n 1811, both at Churchville. 5 CONT Chili 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Chili, formed from Riga February 22, 1822, lies southwest of the c 5 CONC enter of the county. It is strictly an agricultural town. The first s 5 CONC ettlement was made by Joseph Morgan, in 1799. The green nursery far 5 CONC m is one of the "sights" and a principal industry. Hamlets in the towns 5 CONC hip are: Chili, North Chili, South Chili, Chili Station and Clifford 5 CONT 5 CONT first settlement. Among the early settlers were Andrew Wirtman, in 1794 5 CONC ; Stephen Peabody, Col. Josiah Fish and his son Libbeus, from Vt., who l 5 CONC ocated at the mouth of Black Creek, in 1795. ---- Widener and his sons J 5 CONC acob, Abraham, William and Peter; ---- Scott, Joshua Howell, Benj. B 5 CONC owen, John Kimball, ---- Dillingham, ---- Franklin and fa 5 CONC mily, all settled previous to 1800. The first birth was that of a c 5 CONC hild of Joseph Wood, in 1799. The first death occurred in the family of J 5 CONC oseph Morgan. James Chapman kept the first store, in 1807; and Josep 5 CONC h Cary built the first mill. 5 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 5 CONC ______________________________________________ 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Three Rivers 5 CONT Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie 5 CONT History From America's Most Famous Valleys 5 CONT Names of Persons 5 CONT 5 CONT for whom 5 CONT 5 CONT MARRIAGE LICENSES 5 CONT 5 CONT Were issued by the Secretary of the Province of New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Previous to 1784. 5 CONT 5 CONT By E. B. O'Callaghan 5 CONT Printed by order of Gideon J. Ticker, Secretary of State. 5 CONT 5 CONT Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1860. 5 CONT NEW YORK MARRIAGES. Letter M. 5 CONT Page 257. 5 CONT 1780. Jan. 11. Marston, Mary, and Robert T. Kemble 5 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 5 CONC _______________________________________________ 5 CONT 5 CONT Province of New York - Marriage Licenses 5 CONT Names of persons for whom Marriage Licenses were issued by the Secretar 5 CONC y of the Province of New York, previous to 1784. 5 CONT For consistency, these are arranged in date order in the format of: Dat 5 CONC e; Husband; Wife. This is NOT an exact, accurate copy, but rather a dis 5 CONC tillation of the pertinent information set in (what I believe to be) a m 5 CONC ore useful format. This shows the date the License was issued, NOT the d 5 CONC ate of marriage. There are some obvious errors that appear in the publi 5 CONC cation. 5 CONT Originally appearing on the site of Robert L. Billard 5 CONT You can visit his site at 5 CONT Marriage Licenses Issued by the State of New York 5 CONT - sorted by date 5 CONT 1778 11 Jan; Robert T. Kemble; Mary Marsten 5 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 5 CONC ________________________________________________________________ 5 CONT 5 CONT Abstract of Early Wills (1730-1750) - Morris County 5 CONT The following information is from 5 CONT "Archives of the State of New Jersey; First Series Vol. XXX; Vol. II of C 5 CONC alendar of Wills"; Edited by A. Van Doren Honeyman. 5 CONT The second volume of Abstracts of Wills of New Jersey, includes wills, a 5 CONC dministrations and guardianships appearing on the records in Trenton as f 5 CONC iled or recorded. 5 CONT 5 CONT First dates in boldface indicate when the will to which the date ref 5 CONC ers was executed (not probated). 5 CONT 5 CONT The word "yeoman" was in common use to signify a freeholder. The dou 5 CONC ble-year dating, which may look confusing to some readers, arose from t 5 CONC he fact that in America, as in England, while the historic year ended D 5 CONC ecember 31, the legal year ended on March 24, and this continued until 1 5 CONC 750. Therefore, in reading, for example, a date such as Feb. 4, 1740-1, i 5 CONC t is to be considered that the real year was 1741 historically, but 174 5 CONC 0 legally. 5 CONT 5 CONT In various wills the word "brother," as used, has an uncertain meani 5 CONC ng, and may refer to brother-in-law, step- or half-brother, or to a mem 5 CONC ber of the same religious denominati 1 RESI and was taxed 2 DATE 6 OCT 1800 2 PLAC Northampton, Ontario County, New York 2 NOTE $700 RE and PE $1.03 tax. 2 SOUR @S1430@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rochester Historical Society- Old Northampton. 1 RESI and was voted one of the Constables 2 DATE 7 APR 1801 2 PLAC Northampton, Ontario County, New York 2 SOUR @S1430@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rochester Historical Society- Old Northampton. 1 RESI and was voted a Constable 2 DATE 2 MAR 1802 2 PLAC Northampton, Ontario County, New York 2 SOUR @S1430@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rochester Historical Society- Old Northampton. 1 RESI and was voted a Constable and Assessor 2 DATE 1 MAR 1803 2 PLAC Northampton, Ontario County, New York 2 SOUR @S1430@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rochester Historical Society- Old Northampton. 1 RESI and was voted a Constable 2 DATE 6 MAR 1804 2 PLAC Northampton, Ontario County, New York 2 SOUR @S1430@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rochester Historical Society- Old Northampton. 1 RESI and was voted an Assessor, Collector, and Constable 2 DATE 2 APR 1805 2 PLAC Northampton, Ontario County, New York 2 SOUR @S1430@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rochester Historical Society- Old Northampton. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Riga, Genesee county, New York 2 NOTE Indexed in ancestry.com as John Rumble. 3 CONT 3 CONT 1810 Yorktown, Westchester, NY searched- no Kimbles 3 CONT 3 CONT 1810 Germantown, Columbia County, NY searched- no Kimbles 3 CONT 3 CONT 2 SOUR @S653@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1810 Riga, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Stephen Streeter 5 CONT 5 CONT Elias Streeter 5 CONT 5 CONT Jacob Widner 5 CONT Henry Widner 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - 1 5 CONT Henry Widner - - 1 - - 1 - 1 5 CONT Abraham Widner 5 CONT John McVain 5 CONT Joseph Cary 5 CONT John Kimble 2 1 1 1 - f 2 1 1 1 - (ancestry.com index has him as John R 5 CONC umble) 5 CONT 2 m <10 Isaac (1802) Benjamin (1806) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 16 Nathan (1794) 5 CONT 1 m 16 < 26 Caleb [or Peter] (1784-1790) 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 John (1765-1770) 5 CONT 2 f < 10 Hannah (1805) daughter (1800-1810) 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 Martha (1797) 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 Mary (1790-2) or other daughter [Mary with Ford Sickles bel 5 CONC ow?] perhaps this is Prudence? 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 Lydia (1771) 5 CONT 5 CONT James Franklin Jr. 5 CONT 5 CONT Asa Franklin 5 CONT 5 CONT William McDowel 1 2 - - 1 f 2 1 - 1 - 5 CONT 1 m <10 5 CONT 2 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 m 45+ 5 CONT 2 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT p.3 of 3 (p.144) 5 CONT 5 CONT Levi Sikes 5 CONT Ichobod Franklin - 2 2 1 1 f 2 1 - 1 5 CONT 5 CONT Arruga (Amiga? no dot for the i) [Arroya in ancestry.com index] Frankli 5 CONC n 5 CONT 5 CONT James Franklin 5 CONT Henry Franklin 5 CONT 5 CONT John Sickels 1 - - 1 - 1 - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 10 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 5 CONT 1 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT Ford Sickels - - 1 - - 1 - 1 5 CONT 1 m 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 5 CONT ______________________________________ 5 CONT 5 CONT Abraham Low (served in War of 1812 in close association with Eber Frank 5 CONC lin) 5 CONT 5 CONT 1810 Riga, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Benjamin Kimble [bottom half illegible on census page] 5 CONT 3 - - 1 - f 1 - - 1 5 CONT 3 m < 10 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 (b.1765-1784) 5 CONT 1 f <10 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT Benjamin is listed next on census after Abraham Low, who served in the W 5 CONC ar of 1812 in close association with Eber Franklin, as did Nathan Kimbl 5 CONC e. Eber Franklin, Daniel Bennett and Abraham Low were each other's witn 5 CONC esses that they all marched from Chili to Buffalo and back. Furthermore 5 CONC , Eber Franklin's second "1/2 cousin," Harriett Franklin- a descendant o 5 CONC f Ichabod Franklin and Hannah Andrews, daughter of James Franklin and B 5 CONC etsey Oathout, married Peter Low/Lowe, son of Abram/Abraham Low/Lowe an 5 CONC d Catharine Bigler. According to "TOWN OF NAPOLI," page 820, BIOGRAPHIC 5 CONC AL SKETCHES FROM: "HISTORICAL GAZETTEER AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIAL of 5 CONT CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NY, ed by WILLIAM ADAMS, Published 1893, this is th 5 CONC e Abraham Low who served in the War of 1812. The Low's were from New Je 5 CONC rsey. 5 CONT 5 CONT An interesting side note is that in the following early history of the L 5 CONC ow/Lowe family, according to this source , there are connections to the Bogarts/Bo 5 CONC gerts and the Delamaters. 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 18 MAY 1814 2 _SDATE 17 MAY 1814 2 PLAC Riga, Genesee county, New York 2 SOUR @S1332@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Genesee County, NY Surrogate Index 5 CONT 5 CONT John Kimball May 18, 1814, Riga. Register 1 Page 81 Lot#4 5 CONT John Kimball " " " Letters of Administration, Register 2 5 CONC , Page 85 5 CONT 5 CONT To: terry253mpls@yahoo.com 5 CONT CC: rcsickles@comcast.net 5 CONT Subject: Kimball 5 CONT Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2006 19:06:25 +0000 5 CONT Top of Form 1 5 CONT && &&&&& 5 CONT Bottom of Form 1 5 CONT Terry Olson: 5 CONT We're back from our Rochester NY trip... just about every weekday out a 5 CONC nd about searching Sickles. Enclosed some Kimball information. 5 CONT In Batavia, Genesee Co. NY we came across the will of John Kimball in " 5 CONC General index to Surrogate's proceedings-Genesee Co. 5 CONT Register Page Lot # 5 CONT John Kimball May 18, 1814 Riga 1 81 4 5 CONT John Kimball " Letters of Adm. 2 85 5 CONT Howland Kimball 1823 Gains NY 1 249 10 5 CONT Howland Kimball Nov. 15, 1823 Citation to next of kin 5 CONT Howalnd Kimball Feb. 15, 1823 Petition for letters 5 CONT Jerusha Kimball 1853 Estate 2 254 40 5 CONT Sarah A.Kimball 1884 4 245 140 5 CONT Frankie L. Kimball 1908 6 408 303 5 CONT Frances L. Kimball 1922 8 204 466 5 CONT Contact source: 5 CONT Genesee County Surrogate's Court 5 CONT Genesee County Courts Facility 5 CONT One West Main Street 5 CONT Batavia, NY 14020-2019 5 CONT (585) 344-2550 Ext. 2237 Michele 5 CONT Also met at his house: Jay Widener. Enjoyed the visit and what knowledg 5 CONC e he has of Chili, him being former Chili Historian. He gave us a copy o 5 CONC f his recent Widener book. He says his Great Great Grandmother was a Ki 5 CONC mball. 5 CONT Widener Address: 5 CONT Jay C. Widener 5 CONT 134 OLd Chili Scottsville Rd. 5 CONT Churchville, NY 14428 5 CONT (585) 889-4461 5 CONT Chili Grange source: Grange Lodge 393... as Hendrickson has the records 5 CONT Gerry Hendrickson 5 CONT 480 Stottle Rd. 5 CONT Scottsville, NY 14546-9616 5 CONT (585) 889-9570 5 CONT The Streeter Inn in Chili (on Union Street) now home of the Chili Histo 5 CONC rical Society. Seems across and south abit was the Kimball land... inte 5 CONC rsection of now Morgan Rd. & Union Street. 5 CONT That's it for now! 5 CONT Bob & Zola Sickles 5 CONT Frisco TX 5 CONT rcsickles@comcast.net 5 CONT 9/6/06 2 SOUR @S1380@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Abstracts of Wills, Administrations and Guardianships in NY State, 1787 - 1 5 CONC 835. 5 CONT 5 CONT NY Probate Transcriptions 5 CONT 5 CONT Genesee County 5 CONT 5 CONT Batavia NY Surrogate p.130 5 CONT 5 CONT Page 95. Letters of Administration Vol. 2 5 CONT 5 CONT Adm of the Estate of John Kimbel, late of 5 CONT the Town of Riga, died intestate, Granted to 5 CONT Powell Carpenter and Joshua Howell, friends 5 CONT of sd John Kimbel dec'd as Adm'ors 5 CONT Seal 18 May 1814 1 FAMS @F99@ 0 @I290@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /_______/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN _______ 1 SEX F 1 _UID 564BA180FA83834D8DECFF3D50A475103D6C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 SOUR @S392@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S821@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.buffnet.net/~macdowel/ncollins/nc.htm 4 CONT 4 CONT The North Collins "Quaker" Cemetery 4 CONT Located on Route 62 south of North Collins, New York 4 CONT Many thanks to Sherrill Madden (mssherrill@fishnet.ne 4 CONC t), 4 CONT Castiac, CA (Researching TUCKER/TAYLOR) for providing additions 4 CONT and corrections to this cemetery list. 4 CONT Many thanks also to Mary Stack (mstack@rochester.rr.com) for 4 CONT additions and corrections to this list. 4 CONT 4 CONT Bert Kimble 1855 @ 5 days 4 CONT Lydia Kimble 1844 @ 74 Yrs. 4 CONT Edmond Kimble 1844 @ 2 Yrs. 4 CONT Infant son of Walter Kimble (23d) 1 SOUR @S1123@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT 4 CONT 4 CONT Submitter: Bill 4 CONT Subject: genealogy 4 CONT Message: I have a tombstone record of a Cora A Beadle, also a la 4 CONC ura Beagle/beadle. Hard to read second. I have the following Kimball f 4 CONC amily, Albert, Alfred, Almon, Chester, Earl, Eleana, Eva, Ev 4 CONC elyn, John, Lydia, Margaret, Noah, Olive, Pearl, Richard, S 4 CONC ara, Truman, William, Woodrow. William Place. If you wish the dates and i 4 CONC nfo off the tombstones, please send a 5 dollar donation to the Bellaire A 4 CONC rea Historical Society, 202 N. Bridge St., Bellaire Mi. 49615.. Please w 4 CONC rite on the memo line, the following words, Call Bill, so they will not 4 CONC ify me of the check. 1 SOUR @S1321@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.gresko.net/genealogy/Scott.html#3G04 4 CONT Family of Henry Scott 4 CONT Grandfather of Lydia Scott Kimble 4 CONT Great Grandfather of Lucetta Stine Kimble 4 CONT Record obtained by Peter Kimble from the Scott Family in and around Mon 4 CONC toursville, Pennsylvania. 4 CONT 4 CONT Henry Scott, parents unknown: 4 CONT B: 1743 - Place unknown 4 CONT M: no record 4 CONT D: October 6, 1825 - Place unknown 4 CONT Henry had five Children: 4 CONT 1) Lydia 4 CONT 2) Joseph 4 CONT 3) Saloman 4 CONT 4) Henry Jr. 4 CONT 5) Amos 4 CONT Back to Index of Names 4 CONT 4 CONT 1) Lydia Scott, daughter of Henry Scott: married Phill 4 CONC ip Pantz 4 CONT Back to Index of Names 4 CONT 4 CONT 2) Joseph Scott, son of Henry Scott: 4 CONT B: 1765 - Place unknown 4 CONT M: Deborah Parshall - Date and Place unknown 4 CONT D: July 4, 1838 - Place unknown 4 CONT Deborah Parshall Scott: 4 CONT B: December 26, 1765 - Place unknown 4 CONT D: February 1, 1851 - Place unknown 4 CONT Joseph and Deborah had eleven children: 4 CONT 1) Susan 4 CONT 2) Ruth 4 CONT 3) Mary 4 CONT 4) Lydia 4 CONT 5) Amos 4 CONT 6) Joseph 4 CONT 7) Jemima 4 CONT 8) Hanna 4 CONT 9) Anna 4 CONT 4 CONT 10) Hulda 4 CONT 11) John 4 CONT Back to Index of Names 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4) Lydia Scott, daughter of Joseph Scott and Deborah Parshall S 4 CONC cott: 4 CONT B: March 16, 1793 - Place Unknown 4 CONT M: John Kimble 4 CONT 4 CONT D: June 19, 1838 - Hector, New York 4 CONT No further information 4 CONT Back to Index of Names 4 CONT 1 SOUR @S806@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT 1840 Chili, Monroe County, New York census 4 CONT 4 CONT Lydia Franklin 1 m 20 < 30, 1 f 60 < 70 4 CONT Wm Kimball 1 m < 5, 4 m 20 < 30, 1 m 30 < 40, 1 f 15 < 20, 4 CONT Caleb Kimball 1 m 5 < 10, 1 m 10 < 15, 1 m 15 < 20, 1 m 50 < 60, 1 f 10 < 1 4 CONC 5, 1 f 70 < 80. 4 CONT 4 CONT These three are adjacent to each other on the census page. 1 SOUR @S1428@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Delaware Genealogical Society journal v. 10, p. 15 4 CONT Mary Kimble. Father: John Kimble, Mother: Lydia Kimble and Fordham as s 4 CONC pouse. 4 CONT 4 CONT from Bob and Zola Sickles. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 JAN 1771 2 PLAC NJ 2 NOTE If she is living with Caleb in Chili, Monroe County, New York, in 1840, t 3 CONC hen she is 70-80 in 1840, or b.1760-1770. If John Kimble in Riga in 181 3 CONC 0 is the father, then the mother is 26 < 45, so b.1765-1784. Therefore i 3 CONC f both of these citations are correct, then the mother is born 1765-177 3 CONC 0. In 1840 she is called Lydia Franklin, if it is her. 2 SOUR @S822@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT [Hannah Kimble in 1880 says both par. b. NJ] 1 CENS 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Riga, Genesee county, New York 2 SOUR @S653@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1810 Riga, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Stephen Streeter 5 CONT 5 CONT Elias Streeter 5 CONT John Kimble 2 1 1 1 - f 2 1 1 1 - (ancestry.com index has him as John R 5 CONC umble) 5 CONT 2 m <10 Isaac (1802) Benjamin (1806) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 16 Nathan (1794) 5 CONT 1 m 16 < 26 Caleb [or Peter] (1784-1790) 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 John (1765-1770) 5 CONT 2 f < 10 Hannah (1805) daughter (1800-1810) 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 Martha (1797) 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 Mary (1790-2) or other daughter [Mary with Ford Sickles bel 5 CONC ow?] perhaps this is Prudence? 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 Lydia (1771) 5 CONT 5 CONT James Franklin Jr. 5 CONT 5 CONT Asa Franklin 5 CONT 5 CONT William McDowel 1 2 - - 1 f 2 1 - 1 - 5 CONT 1 m <10 5 CONT 2 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 m 45+ 5 CONT 2 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT p.3 of 3 (p.144) 5 CONT 5 CONT Levi Sikes 5 CONT Ichobod Franklin - 2 2 1 1 f 2 1 - 1 5 CONT 5 CONT Arruga (Amiga? no dot for the i) [Arroya in ancestry.com index] Frankli 5 CONC n 5 CONT 5 CONT James Franklin 5 CONT Henry Franklin 5 CONT 5 CONT John Sickels 1 - - 1 - 1 - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 10 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 5 CONT 1 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT Ford Sickels - - 1 - - 1 - 1 5 CONT 1 m 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 5 CONT ______________________________________ 5 CONT 5 CONT Abraham Low (served in War of 1812 in close association with Eber Frank 5 CONC lin) 5 CONT 5 CONT 1810 Riga, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Benjamin Kimble [bottom half illegible on census page] 5 CONT 3 - - 1 - f 1 - - 1 5 CONT 3 m < 10 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 (b.1765-1784) 5 CONT 1 f <10 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT Benjamin is listed next on census after Abraham Low, who served in the W 5 CONC ar of 1812 in close association with Eber Franklin, as did Nathan Kimbl 5 CONC e. Eber Franklin, Daniel Bennett and Abraham Low were each other's witn 5 CONC esses that they all marched from Chili to Buffalo and back. Furthermore 5 CONC , Eber Franklin's second "1/2 cousin," Harriett Franklin- a descendant o 5 CONC f Ichabod Franklin and Hannah Andrews, daughter of James Franklin and B 5 CONC etsey Oathout, married Peter Low/Lowe, son of Abram/Abraham Low/Lowe an 5 CONC d Catharine Bigler. According to "TOWN OF NAPOLI," page 820, BIOGRAPHIC 5 CONC AL SKETCHES FROM: "HISTORICAL GAZETTEER AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIAL of 5 CONT CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NY, ed by WILLIAM ADAMS, Published 1893, this is th 5 CONC e Abraham Low who served in the War of 1812. The Low's were from New Je 5 CONC rsey. 5 CONT 5 CONT An interesting side note is that in the following early history of the L 5 CONC ow/Lowe family, according to this source , there are connections to the Bogarts/Bo 5 CONC gerts and the Delamaters. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Chili, Genesee county, New York 2 NOTE Living with Caleb? female 70 < 80. Could she be Lydia Franklin living a 3 CONC djacent to Caleb and Wm Kimball, if so, which Franklin did she marry, a 3 CONC nd where and when did John die and where buried? William is Caleb's son 3 CONC . 2 SOUR @S806@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1840 Chili, Monroe County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT Lydia Franklin 1 m 20 < 30, 1 f 60 < 70 5 CONT Wm Kimball 1 m < 5, 4 m 20 < 30, 1 m 30 < 40, 1 f 15 < 20, 5 CONT Caleb Kimball 1 m 5 < 10, 1 m 10 < 15, 1 m 15 < 20, 1 m 50 < 60, 1 f 10 < 1 5 CONC 5, 1 f 70 < 80. 5 CONT 5 CONT These three are adjacent to each other on the census page. 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F99@ 1 FAMS @F4365@ 0 @I291@ INDI 1 NAME James /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID B96FC25CB4B2CF44B9B95FEFB320E4DC1275 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 OCT 2009 1 NOTE James would have to be born by 1644 in order to be son of William Frank 2 CONC lin who died in 1644. 1 SOUR @S1094@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Boston Transcript 4 CONT 4 CONT 12 Sept 1923 (1045) 4 CONT 4 CONT Who was James Franklin - - (d.1746). Dartmouth 1682, wife Uni. Uni appt 4 CONC . admin 4 Nov 1746. 4 CONT 4 CONT Children 4 CONT 1.) James b.8 July 1682. m.1705, Martha. In Swansea until 1738-9, then S 4 CONC cituate, RI. He d.21 Oct 1756. 9 children: Philip; Lydia; James; Gideon 4 CONC ; Ichabod b.1 July 1713; Abigail; Elisha; Mary; Uriel 4 CONT 2.) Dan 4 CONT 3.) Lydia 4 CONT 4.) Abel 1 SOUR @S1341@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://kinnexions.com/smlawson/bowen.htm 4 CONT 4 CONT BOWEN 4 CONT From the files of Stephen M. Lawson 4 CONT 4 CONT Bowen Ancestry in Wales Fleming Ancestry in Wales< 4 CONC /u> Griffith Bowen and Margaret Fleming Mary Bo 4 CONC wen and Benjamin Child Henry Bowen and Elizabet 4 CONC h Johnson John Child and Elizabeth Wales Abigail Bowen and Nathaniel Aspinwall < 4 CONC u>John Child and Abigail Aspinwall Abij 4 CONC ah Child and Abigail Johnson Sarah Chil 4 CONC d and Elijah Mason Sophronia Mason and E 4 CONC li Morey Elijah Mason Morey and Elizab 4 CONC eth Merrill William Clemeth Morey and M 4 CONC elvina E. Andrews Minnie Elsie Morey a 4 CONC nd Aretus Erastus Freeman Iva Melvin 4 CONC a Freeman and Donald VanHoosier Lawson < 4 CONC u>Stephen Martin Lawson <../smlsource/contact.htm> 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Page Freeman Family Lines I 4 CONC ndex Chart Index Surnames < 4 CONC surnames.htm> 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Ancestry of Griffith Bowen 4 CONT The lineage from King Henry I to Griffith BOWEN, as prepared b 4 CONC y Herman Nickerson, has been accepted by the Descendants of the Illegit 4 CONC imate Sons and Daughters of the Kings of Britain (Lineage No. 156), and a 4 CONC ppears in the Sep. 1979 National Genealogical Society Quarterly. E 4 CONC ssentially the same line, except for the fifth generation listed, appea 4 CONC rs in the 7th edition of Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonis 4 CONC ts, by Frederick Weis (1993), and is presented here. An alternate l 4 CONC ine to Twdwr Mawr, King of South Wales had been in the 1964 third editi 4 CONC on of Ancestral Roots.... Refer to the A Bunch of Begats <../ 4 CONC smlfamily/begats.htm> ancestry for extension of the ancestry of Kin 4 CONC g Henry I. 4 CONT Henry I, King of England b Selby, York., 1070 d 1135 had illegitimate s 4 CONC on 4 CONT Robert, E. of Gloucester b c. 1090 d 1147 by Maud FitzHamon d 1157 was f 4 CONC ather of 4 CONT William, E. of Gloucester d 23 Nov 1183 had illegitimate daughter 4 CONT Mabel married c. 1158 Gruffudd ap Ifor Bach d 1211 and was mother of 4 CONT Rhys ap Gruffudd by an unknown wife was father of 4 CONT Joan f. Rhys ap Gruffudd married Sir Ralph Maelog and was the mother of 4 CONT Ann Maelog married Sir Gwrgi Grant and was mother of 4 CONT Jenkin ap Gwrgi was father of 4 CONT Gwilym ap Jenkin was father of 4 CONT Ann married Hywel ap Gruffudd Fab and was mother of 4 CONT Hywel Fychan ap Hywel married Catrin f. Ieuan Llwyd and was father of 4 CONT Gwilym Gam ap Hywel Fychan married Gwenllian f. Gwilym and was father o 4 CONC f 4 CONT Hywel Melyn of Ynys Derw ap Gwilym Gam was father of 4 CONT Ieuan Gwym ap Hywel Melyn married Mabel f. Wilcock Cradock and was fath 4 CONC er of 4 CONT Jenkin married Jonet and was father of 4 CONT Owain (Owen ap Jenkyn) married Alice f. John of Swansea and was father o 4 CONC f 4 CONT Gruffudd Bowen of Slade married Ann f. Nicholas Berry of Berryharbor an 4 CONC d was father of 4 CONT Philip Bowen of Slade married Elsbeth f. Hopkin John Vaughan and was fa 4 CONC ther of 4 CONT Francis Bowen married Ellen Frankleyn and was father of 4 CONT Griffith BOWEN married Margaret FLEMING 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Page Freeman Family Lines I 4 CONC ndex Chart Index Surnames < 4 CONC surnames.htm> 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Fleming Ancestry in Wales 4 CONT The following extension of the Fleming line from Margaret Flemin 4 CONC g, wife of Griffith Bowen, to William, Earl of Glouchester, i 4 CONC s from an article in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 4 CONC , Volume 67, Number 3 (September 1979), by Herman Nickerson, Jr. 4 CONT Henry I, King of England b Selby, York., 1070 d 1135 had illegitimate s 4 CONC on 4 CONT Robert, E. of Gloucester b c. 1090 d 1147 by Maud FitzHamon d 1157 was f 4 CONC ather of 4 CONT William, E. of Gloucester d 23 Nov 1183 had illegitimate daughter 4 CONT Mabel married c. 1158 Gruffudd ap Ifor Bach d 1211 and was mother of 4 CONT Maud married Hywel ap Madog and was mother of 4 CONT Hywel ap Madog married Maud. Maud was daughter of, 4 CONT Cynwrig of Radur ap Hywel married Angharad, daughter of Lewys, and was f 4 CONC ather of 4 CONT Hywel ap Cynwrig of Radur was father of 4 CONT Maurig of Radur ap Hywel married Crisli, daughter of Adam Fychan, and w 4 CONC as father of 4 CONT Dafydd of Radur ap Meurig married Efa, daughter of Hopkin, and was fath 4 CONC er of 4 CONT Gwladus married Ieuan ap Rhys and was mother of 4 CONT Maud married Llywelyn ap Hywel Fychan and was mother of 4 CONT Sir Dafydd Gan (d. 1415) married Gwenllian, daughter of Gwilym, and was f 4 CONC ather of 4 CONT Gwladus Gan (d. 1454) married Sir William ap Thomas (d. 1446) and was m 4 CONC other of 4 CONT William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke, by Maude Turberville was father o 4 CONC f 4 CONT Richard Herbert of Ewyas married Margaret Cradock and was father of 4 CONT Thomas Herbert of Abergavenny was father of 4 CONT Alice Herbert married William Jenkin and was mother of 4 CONT Elizabeth Jenkin married Jenkin Dawkins and was mother of 4 CONT Alice Dawkins married Henry Fleming of Gellihir and was mother of 4 CONT Margaret Fleming married Griffith Bowen 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Page Freeman Family Lines I 4 CONC ndex Chart Index Surnames < 4 CONC surnames.htm> 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Griffith and Margaret (Fleming) Bowen 4 CONT Griffith BOWEN - b. about 1600, Langewith, Gower, Wales; d. 1676, p 4 CONC robably at London, England. Son of Francis BOWEN and Ellen FRANKLIN< 4 CONC /u> (reportedly related to Benjamin FRANKLIN), brother of George and El 4 CONC izabeth, and grandson of Philip BOWEN and Elizabeth HOPKIN. Many Royal d 4 CONC escent lines are available for Griffith BOWEN, including a lineage show 4 CONC ing him a descendant of Tudor Mawr, King of South Wales. Arrived in Bos 4 CONC ton in 1638 with family; joined church at Boston with wife Dec. 6, 1638 4 CONC ; freeman 1639; built home at corner of current Essex and Washington St 4 CONC reets. He returned to Wales about 1650 and resided in Swansea, Glamorga 4 CONC nshire, So. Wales. He removed to St. Saviour, Southwark, London by 1669 4 CONC , living there until his death. Married about 1627, England. 4 CONT Margaret FLEMING - Arrived in Boston 1638 with husband. Many Roy 4 CONC al descent lines are available for Margaret FLEMING. Daughter of Hen 4 CONC ry FLEMING and Alice DAWKINS. 4 CONT 4 CONT Children of Griffith and Margaret Bowen 4 CONT See Notable Cousins <../kinnexions/cousins.htm> for line to: F 4 CONC ranklin PIERCE. Notable cousins in the Royal line include: James BUCHAN 4 CONC AN, Barbara (PIERCE) BUSH, George Walker BUSH, Julia Boggs (DENT) GRANT 4 CONC , William Henry HARRISON, Thomas JEFFERSON, Jane Means (APPLETON) PIERC 4 CONC E, Helen (HERRON) TAFT, Zachary TAYLOR, George WASHINGTON, and Edith (B 4 CONC OLLING) GALT WILSON 4 CONT Margaret - b. about 1628, Wales; d. Sep. 13, 1692, Roxbury, MA. Married i 4 CONC n Roxbury, MA on Dec. 24, 1647, John WELD (b. Oct. 28, 1623, England; d 4 CONC . Sep. 20, 1691, Roxbury, MA). Children: John; Joseph died in infancy; J 4 CONC oseph; Margaret; Elizabeth; Abigail; Esther; and Hannah. 4 CONT Francis - b. about 1630, Wales; d. probably after 1698 in Wales. Perhap 4 CONC s did not marry. Evidence suggests he was a wholesale merchant in Pembr 4 CONC oke, Wales. 4 CONT William - b. about 1632, Wales; d. about 1686 as "A Christian Captive t 4 CONC o the Turks," his ransom collected in Roxbury arriving too late. He was a m 4 CONC ariner of Bristol, England and Roxbury, MA, and had a son: William, a t 4 CONC ailor of Boston, MA. 4 CONT Henry - b. 1633-4, Wales; d. Mar. 13, 1724, Woodstock, CT. 4 CONT Mary - b. about 1635, Wales; d. Oct. 31, 1707, Roxbu 4 CONC ry, MA. Married Benjamin CHILD . 4 CONT Elizabeth - b. about 1637; d. Mar. 2, 1713, Boston, MA. She married in 1 4 CONC 669 Dr. Isaac ADDINGTON (b. Jan. 22, 1645; d. Mar. 19, 1715), and they r 4 CONC eceived two parcels of land in Boston from her father as a marriage gif 4 CONC t. 4 CONT Esther - bap. Feb. 17, 1639, Boston, MA. 4 CONT Abigail - bap. April 25, 1641, Boston, MA. 4 CONT Penuel - b. Mar. 10, 1644, Boston, MA; bap. May 5, 1644, Roxbury, MA. H 4 CONC arvard graduate and minister at Boston, MA. (Another source indicates h 4 CONC e returned to England with his parents at age 5, and was apprenticed at L 4 CONC ondon at age 18.) 4 CONT Deriah - bap. Apr. 11, 1647, Boston, MA. Baptized at age 6 days. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Page Freeman Family Lines I 4 CONC ndex Chart Index Surnames < 4 CONC surnames.htm> 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Lt. Henry and Elizabeth (Johnson) Bowen 4 CONT Henry BOWEN - b. 1633/4, Wales; d. Mar. 13, 1723/4, Woodstock, CT; b 4 CONC ur. Woodstock Hill graveyard. Son of Griffith BOWEN and Margaret FLE 4 CONC MING. Arrived in Boston at about age 5 with parents. Removed to Rox 4 CONC bury, MA were he was Lt. in the militia in Capt. Isaac JOHNSON's compan 4 CONC y, and commanded the company upon the death of Capt. JOHNSON in the Gre 4 CONC at Swamp Fight of Dec. 19, 1675. Removed to Woodstock, CT 1686, returne 4 CONC d to Roxbury briefly (appraiser 1693), but finally settled at Woodstock i 4 CONC n 1707. Married Dec. 20, 1658, Roxbury, MA. 4 CONT Elizabeth JOHNSON - b. Dec. 24, 1637, Roxbury, MA; d. Apr. 20, 1 4 CONC 701, Woodstock, CT. She owned the convenant at the Roxbury Church of Ch 4 CONC rist on Feb. 12, 1660. Daughter of Capt. Isaac JOHNSON and Elizabeth P 4 CONC ORTER . 4 CONT 4 CONT Children of Henry and Elizabeth Bowen 4 CONT Henry - b. Oct. 13, 1659, Roxbury, MA; bap. there Feb. 12, 1660. Ma 4 CONC rried on Apr. 14, 1685 to Susanna HEATH, daughter of Peleg and Susanna ( 4 CONC KING) HEATH, and granddaughter of William and Mary (PERRY) HEATH. 4 CONT Elizabeth - b. Jan. 26, 1661, Roxbury, MA; bap. there the following day 4 CONC ; d. Nov. 20, 1743, Woodstock, CT. Married May 24, 1683, Roxbury, MA De 4 CONC a. Edward MORRIS (b. Mar. 10, 1658/9, Roxbury, MA; d. Aug. 29, 1727, Wo 4 CONC odstock, CT), son of Lt. Edward MORRIS and Grace BETT. Children: Elizab 4 CONC eth died in infancy; Elizabeth married John BARTHOLOMEW; Hannah married S 4 CONC amuel HEMMINGWAY; Edward married; Grace married Joseph PEAKE; Abigail m 4 CONC arried; Susanna; and Prudence. 4 CONT John - b. Sep. 1, 1662, Roxbury, MA; bap. there 6 days later; d. 1718, R 4 CONC oxbury, MA. 1 SOUR @S1376@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) 4 CONT about James Franklin 4 CONT Name: James Franklin 4 CONT Birth Date: 1650 4 CONT Birthplace: Massachusetts 4 CONT Volume: 58 4 CONT Page Number: 39 4 CONT Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( T 4 CONC he greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area a 4 CONC nd for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 20 Jan 1 4 CONC 933, 2570 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1650 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1650 2 PLAC Dedham, Norfolk county, Massachusetts? 1 EVEN Colonial Wars 2 TYPE Military 2 DATE 1675/6 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1676 2 PLAC Dedham, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Feb-Aug 1676 3 CONT 3 CONT Under Capt Mosely's service on 10 Dec 1675 , he is called James Frankli 3 CONC ng. 3 CONT 3 CONT http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/register/default.a 3 CONC sp?f=/nehgsr/disk2/1883/883B182.gif&cnt=12 2 SOUR @S1375@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/register/default.a 5 CONC sp?vol=8&pg=241&page=1&cnt=0 5 CONT 5 CONT Name Rank Residence Expedition Dates Acco 5 CONC unting Length (MWD) Company Regiment Book 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT FRANKLIN, James 8/24/76 5 CONC Henchman 5 CONT 5 CONT FRANKLIN, James 2/29/75-6 D 5 CONC edham Plain Mosely 5 CONT 5 CONT FRANKLIN, James Braintree 8/24/76 5 CONT 5 CONT FRANKLIN, James 6/24/76 5 CONC Swett 1 RESI 2 DATE 24 AUG 1676 2 PLAC Braintree, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1406@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Assignment of Wages from King Philip's War 5 CONT 5 CONT http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/register/default.a 5 CONC sp?f=/nehgsr/disk3/1889/889C271.gif&cnt=17 5 CONT 5 CONT 24 Aug 1676 5 CONT 5 CONT Braintree-Towne 5 CONT 5 CONT Edward Bishop 5 CONT Richard Evens 5 CONT George Witty 5 CONT Joseph Adams 5 CONT John Bass 5 CONT Jonathan Pitcher 5 CONT John Belcher 5 CONT Samuel Irons 5 CONT Robert Parker 5 CONT James Franklin 5 CONT John Lamb 5 CONT Abraham Kingston 5 CONT James Atkins 5 CONT Caleb Raye 5 CONT Samuel Spencer 5 CONT Martin Sanders 1 RESI 2 DATE 1682 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1682 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI in Dartmouth and is named as taking oath of fidelity or freeman's oath 2 DATE 24 MAR 1686 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 PROP land which was purchased from his residence in Rhode Island 2 DATE OCT 1693 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1693 2 PLAC Dartmouth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE 1706 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1706 2 PLAC Swansey, Bristol County, Massachusetts 1 OCCU cordwainer 2 DATE 1710 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1710 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE 1716 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1716 2 PLAC Swansey, Bristol County, Massachusetts 1 EVEN was a witness for (brother?) John Franklin 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1717 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1717 2 PLAC Taunton, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1407@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Bristol County Deeds, Taunton, Book 10, p.527. 5 CONT 5 CONT "'Short History of the West Ferries of Jamestown,' by Susan Braley Fran 5 CONC klin, PhD., Bull. 5 CONT Jamestown Hist Soc., June 1941; 5 CONT inform supplied by Susan Braley Franklin'" 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 9 JUL 1722 2 _SDATE 8 JUL 1722 2 NOTE Elizabeth Hammond married secondly on this date so James had to have di 3 CONC ed by then. 3 CONT 3 CONT How could James die in 1746 with Uni being the administratrix, when Jam 3 CONC es married secondly to Elizabeth Hammond in 1695? 3 CONT 3 CONT According to the Rhode Island Historical CemeteriesDatabase Index on NE 3 CONC HGS online, there are the following James Franklin burials in RI., as w 3 CONC ell as a notation of a Squire Franklin Lot in Scituate, RI where James F 3 CONC ranklin lived: 3 CONT 3 CONT James Franklin 1842-1921 Oakland Cemetery, Coventry 3 CONT James Franklin 1698c-4 Feb 1734 Common Burial Ground, Newport 3 CONT James Franklin (no dates) Swan Point, Providence 3 CONT Capt. James Franklin 1798c-19 Sept 1891Samuel Franklin lot, Coventry 3 CONT Jeremiah Franklin 1797-19 Jan 1841 Squire Franklin lot, Scituate 1 FAMS @F100@ 1 FAMS @F701@ 0 @I292@ INDI 1 NAME ? /_______/ 2 GIVN ? 2 SURN _______ 1 SEX F 1 _UID 86FB4281CCC1C54F93883EC6DC0D429ECDED 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 DEC 2008 1 NOTE The name Uni is from the Boston Transcript, but the source is no more t 2 CONC han a query. 2 CONT 2 CONT How could James die in 1746 with Uni being the administratrix, when Jam 2 CONC es married secondly to Elizabeth Hammond? 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S1094@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Boston Transcript 4 CONT 4 CONT 12 Sept 1923 (1045) 4 CONT 4 CONT Who was James Franklin - - (d.1746). Dartmouth 1682, wife Uni. ni appt. a 4 CONC dmin 4 Nov 1746. 4 CONT 4 CONT Children 4 CONT 1.) James b.8 July 1682. m.1705, Martha. In Swansea until 1738-9, then S 4 CONC cituate, RI. He d.21 Oct 1756. 9 children: Philip; Lydia; James; Gideon 4 CONC ; Ichabod b.1 July 1713; Abigail; Elisha; Mary; Uriel 4 CONT 2.) Dan 4 CONT 3.) Lydia 4 CONT 4.) Abel 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F100@ 0 @I293@ INDI 1 NAME John /Ormsby/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Ormsby 1 SEX M 1 _UID 24EDCFFFD0B76C4BBDDD60A922586248E4FC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1641 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1641 2 PLAC Saco, ME 2 SOUR @S851@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 MAR 1717 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S851@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F101@ 1 FAMC @F109@ 0 @I294@ INDI 1 NAME Grace /Martin/ 2 GIVN Grace 2 SURN Martin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 14EF0C56DA751B419488E10488D5A16776D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 NOV 2008 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 JUL 1710 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F101@ 1 FAMC @F110@ 0 @I295@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Horton/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1B6627ACEC0827458F93DC234C6E0C1EB9E7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F102@ 0 @I296@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Harmon/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Harmon 1 SEX F 1 _UID 14B2A390CB3571408988F0A0505D6644A284 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 NOV 2010 1 FAMS @F102@ 0 @I297@ INDI 1 NAME Enoch /Badcock/ 2 GIVN Enoch 2 SURN Badcock 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9CFD25781D00604ABE6D5421E1F250F6B6DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F103@ 1 FAMC @F856@ 0 @I298@ INDI 1 NAME Susannah // 2 GIVN Susannah 1 SEX F 1 _UID CB8FBCC2CD36BB4AAE8197CBAB21CCC7D0EF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F103@ 1 FAMC @F857@ 0 @I299@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Whitman/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Whitman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 99242088817F724C96A2EB76BEFFBEF72E4B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 DEC 2006 1 FAMS @F104@ 1 FAMC @F107@ 0 @I300@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /Richards/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN Richards 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8C664C4CF1D95B4298D31ED2D6A83FE6EF44 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F104@ 1 FAMC @F2828@ 0 @I301@ INDI 1 NAME John /Braman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Braman 1 SEX M 1 _UID B1A1E263327FA542A71D0080EF9A18EE029E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 FAMS @F105@ 1 FAMC @F772@ 0 @I302@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 1 SEX F 1 _UID 814E1C5B36D9DD48AF2644E67A1F256CA361 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F105@ 0 @I303@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /Oak/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN Oak 1 SEX M 1 _UID DCC77D3C300EDB48980073E3BD0BA8153096 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1645 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1645 2 PLAC Wales? 2 NOTE Called an Englishman in 1686 2 SOUR @S386@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 IMMI 2 DATE ABT 1660 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1660 2 SOUR @S386@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 FEB 1721 2 PLAC Westboro, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S386@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 OCCU Farmer 2 SOUR @S386@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 PLAC Marlboro (now Northboro), Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F2681@ 1 FAMS @F106@ 0 @I304@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Holloway/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Holloway 1 SEX F 1 _UID D8995A2A4C35FE449668271BB928DB3CF0F3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 OCT 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 FEB 1682 2 SOUR @S386@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1733 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1734 1 FAMS @F2683@ 1 FAMS @F106@ 1 FAMS @F2684@ 1 FAMC @F123@ 0 @I305@ INDI 1 NAME John /Whitman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Whitman 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 _UID AD8BCE09E04CAC4281B96C7502A02C5567F9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 DEC 2006 1 FAMS @F107@ 1 FAMC @F108@ 0 @I306@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Hollis/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Hollis 1 SEX F 1 _UID 287DE549CD47AD43A2E8C3253DD8CE3B67DA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F107@ 0 @I307@ INDI 1 NAME John /Whitman/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Whitman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1D23BE7D7235FB4D912211F9907B060A423C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 DEC 2006 1 FAMS @F108@ 0 @I308@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth // 2 GIVN Ruth 1 SEX F 1 _UID B334E7C339ED02408DD47D80EA01EA4C7861 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F108@ 0 @I309@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Ormsby/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Ormsby 1 SEX M 1 _UID D3F8CBCD5AB47B49B9EBCF1375550D9F3188 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 SEP 2004 1 SOUR @S851@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1602 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1602 2 PLAC Lincolnshire, England 2 SOUR @S851@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F109@ 1 FAMC @F3242@ 0 @I310@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Upham/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Upham 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4D7CB1F3288BD84D80AD5C6D781A6A31684E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2004 1 FAMS @F3241@ 1 FAMS @F109@ 0 @I311@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Martin/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Martin 1 SEX M 1 _UID ADE9618D6FC2704E9C515FB98E36155AABE2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 NOV 2010 1 FAMS @F110@ 0 @I312@ INDI 1 NAME /?/ 2 SURN ? 1 SEX F 1 _UID 057CC7D1B485ED44BBBD072067201A52152F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F110@ 0 @I313@ INDI 1 NAME Philip /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Philip 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID AB08C6BE5B88934DA4A1A879B8EFA0953C87 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 FEB 1707 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 2 NOTE born 27 February? 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1777 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1777 2 NOTE Military, Served in Captain Shotwell's Regiment, Revolutionary W 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1797 2 PLAC Guilford, Vermont 1 FAMS @F111@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I314@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 7918C13C2AB8E04BA4A93080F88308B2CD5F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 NOV 2001 1 NOTE Is she the Lydia who married Thomas Hatch in Scituate, Mass., 2 Dec 17 2 CONC 35? 2 CONT 2 CONT Or did she married Smith Rowland in Dighton? -see sources from World Co 2 CONC nnect. 1 SOUR @S295@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S296@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S297@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S424@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JUL 1708 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F3306@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I315@ INDI 1 NAME James /Franklin/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID DC4102FFC5535844A52B49A5D2BDA6C1860F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 NOV 2010 1 NOTE Dear Terry Dean Olson, 2 CONT 2 CONT I understand you are a descendant of James and Hannah (Talmawn) 2 CONT Franklin, son of John and Ruth (Wilson) Franklin. [I am not]. Do you kn 2 CONC ow anything 2 CONT about James's son James b May 15 1746, and his descendants? The reasonI 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT am asking is that I am trying to determine the ancestry of my 2 CONT g-g-grandfather, Oliver Franklin, b Oct 2 1815 in Oneida County NY. I 2 CONT suspect that he is related to a James Franklin who d Jul 11 1825 inhis 2 CONT 56th year, married Molly ----- d Apr 11 1813 in 40th year. They had a 2 CONT large number of children including Electa, David, Gilbert, Erastus, 2 CONT Nancy, Sally, Sophronia, Betsey, Harry and James. I have a record that 2 CONT says that James may have been born in CT; I know only that he came toth 2 CONC e 2 CONT town of Norway Herkimer County NY prior to 1803 when he owned land 2 CONT jointly with Josiah and Abigail Pardee of Southbury CT. By 1806 hemoved 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT to the town of Remsen Oneida County NY where he was a deacon in theloca 2 CONC l 2 CONT church. 2 CONT 2 CONT Could this James possibly have been a son of James b May 15 1746, or a 2 CONT nephew of one of James's brothers? (The only sibling of James I knowof 2 CONT is Lois b Nov 25 1742; did she have any descendants?) 2 CONT 2 CONT Sincerely 2 CONT Ross Eckler wordways@juno.com 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. 2 CONT Get completely free e-mail from Juno athttp://www.juno.com/getjuno.html 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866] 2 CONT 2 CONT Dear Terry, 2 CONT 2 CONT Like you, I have collected a lot of miscellaneous information about the 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Franklin family, concentrating on eighteenth-century families in Rhode 2 CONT Island and Connecticut, in the hope of finding logical families which 2 CONT might contain Deacon James Franklin b ab 1769. I've long felt the most 2 CONT likely spot for him is among the descendants of James and Martha (Ormsb 2 CONC y) 2 CONT Franklin, who had a son James b Dec 16 1709 (whatever happened to him?) 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT and a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren named James. The 2 CONT Gideon and Mary (Chafee) Franklin line has always been an attractive 2 CONT possibility because of their son Oliver b Dec 14 1748 d Mar 10 1810 but 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT left no issue. His nephew Dean Franklin (son of Daniel) was remembered i 2 CONC n 2 CONT his will, and Dean named a son Charles Oliver Franklin (bpt May 13 1808 2 CONC ). 2 CONT Dean and his second wife Cynthia moved from western Massachusetts after 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1811, and by 1820 was in New Madrid, St Lawrence County NY, but there's 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT no evidence he had a son Oliver b Oct 2 1815, or ever was in Oneida 2 CONT County where Oliver was born. The older Oliver Franklin had a brotherAs 2 CONC a 2 CONT who had a son James b Nov 20 1777. I know little or nothing about the 2 CONT families of his other brothers David and Gideon, but possibly either ma 2 CONC y 2 CONT have produced Deacon James Franklin as a son. Both were in Scituate RI i 2 CONC n 2 CONT the 1774 census, and both had sons born before that date. 2 CONT 2 CONT Turning to John and Ruth (Wilson) Franklin, much of my information came 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT from Mrs. Edna Groetken, 1525 Court St, Sioux City IA 51105, a descenda 2 CONC nt 2 CONT through son John and grandson Viall. I have no definite proof that John 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT and Ruth (Wilson) had a son James. However, Viall, son of John and 2 CONT Elizabeth, is in the Barrington RI birth records, as is Lois b Nov 25 2 CONT 1742, daughter of James and Eunice, and James b May 15 1746, no parents 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT listed. The Barrington records also document the marriage intent ofJame 2 CONC s 2 CONT Franklin of Providence to Hannah Talman of Barrington on Apr 13 1738,an 2 CONC d 2 CONT James Franklin to Eunice Barnes on May 1 1742. 2 CONT 2 CONT There seems to be a Connecticut connection to these Franklins. The 2 CONT History of Woodstock (Genealogies of Woodstock Families) mentions a Hen 2 CONC ry 2 CONT Toleman Franklin b Feb 6 1778 son of Henry J Franklin and Dorothy 2 CONT Chaffee. She was b 1743 so Henry was likely born about 1740. My guess i 2 CONC s 2 CONT that he is another son of James Franklin who mar Hannah Talman, and tha 2 CONC t 2 CONT Hannah's father may well be named Henry. I'd like to argue that the Jam 2 CONC es 2 CONT b May 15 1746 had a family including Deacon James, but I can find no 2 CONT trace of him. Perhaps he died young! 2 CONT 2 CONT Another Franklin family that has intrigued me is Uriah Franklin b Dec 2 CONT 19 1720, youngest son of James and Martha (Ormsby) Franklin. He was in 2 CONT Scituate RI in 1774, but by 1790 he (or his son Uriah) was in Voluntown 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT CT, just across the line from West Greenwich RI where my Green family 2 CONT came from. In fact there was a Uriah Franklin, probably the son, in th 2 CONC e 2 CONT 1777 West Greenwich military census. The older Uriah possibly also had 2 CONT sons Joshua b Jul 9 1759 and Abel b 1756, but these would have been too 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT young to have Deacon James as a child. Do you have any information abou 2 CONC t 2 CONT Uriah in your records? 2 CONT 2 CONT Sincerely 2 CONT Ross Eckler 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. 2 CONT Get completely free e-mail from Juno athttp://www.juno.com/getjuno.html 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866] 2 CONT 2 CONT wordways@juno.com (Ross Eckler) 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 DEC 1709 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1 MAY 1742 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 2 NOTE Marr Int 3 CONT 3 CONT The James Franklin that had an intent date of May 1, 1742 to Eunice Bar 3 CONC nes in Barrington also had an intent date of 13 April, 1738 to Hannah T 3 CONC alman in Barrington, being called then "James Franklin of Providence", i 3 CONC f the same one. 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 4 NOV 1746 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol county, Massachusetts? 1 FAMS @F1105@ 1 FAMS @F769@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I316@ INDI 1 NAME Gideon /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Gideon 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID D66DC6775A8EED468299D77E97B183AB818B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Franklin data from the Rhode Island Genealogical Register [variousissue 2 CONC s] 2 CONT 2 CONT Rhode Island Genealogical Register April 1981 2 CONT pg. 316 : Franklin, Gideon, of Adams, Bershire [Co.], Mass,husbandman. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Will dated 20 Apr 1789, recorded 16 Dec 1799, pgs 374-375. Mentions:Wi 2 CONC fe 2 CONT Elizabeth Franklin who rec'd all the things she brought with her atour 2 CONT marriage. Sons Gideon Franklin, Daniel Franklin, Asa Franklin,Oliver 2 CONT Franklin, & _______ [ page ripped] Franklin. Granddaughter Mary Cole 2 CONT daughter of David Cole. Granddaughters Avis Franklin & Lydia Franklin 2 CONT daughters of my son Gideon Franklin. James Barker Exq sole Exor. 2 CONT 2 CONT From: Bjrydr@aol.com (Waneta Arner) 2 CONT 2 CONT ________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Did Gideon have a daughter Susanna in a previous marriage? 2 CONT 2 CONT Baptism in Barrington, RI: 2 CONT RICHMOND, Susanna, of Rogers and Susanna, of Bristol, on the day of the c 2 CONC hilds death, at home of her grandfather, Gideon Franklin, in Rehoboth, J 2 CONC uly 23, 1740. 2 CONT 2 CONT signed a contract at Barrington: 2 CONT RICHMOND Rogers (at gideon Franklin's house, on day of death of a child 2 CONC ), July 23, 1740 2 CONT 2 CONT signed a contract at Barrington: 2 CONT RICHMOND Susannah (at Gideon Franklin's house on day of death of a chil 2 CONC d), July 23, 1740 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S773@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT A Record of Those That Have Owned the Covenant 4 CONT From Nov. 13, 1728, in The Church of Christ in Barrington 4 CONT 4 CONT Nathl. PECK, 3rd, & Alice, his wife - Oct 18, 1730 4 CONT Mary, wife of Hezekiah CHAFEE - Jun 6, 1731 Jacob BOSWORTH - Apr 2, 173 4 CONC 2 4 CONT Constant VIAL, & Sarah VIAL, his wife - May 18, 1735 4 CONT Elizabeth FRANKLIN, wife of John FRANKLIN - Jul 4, 1736 4 CONT Gideon FRANKLIN - Aug 1, 1736 4 CONT Joseph VIAL & Ruth, his wife - Sep 12, 1736 4 CONT Hannah ANDREWS - Dec 19, 1736 4 CONT Janes BARNES, wife of Sam'l BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Keziah BARNES, daughter of Jane BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Rogers RICHMOND & Susannah his wife on ye day of the death of the child a 4 CONC t Gideon FRANKLINS house - Jul 23, 1740 4 CONT 4 CONT A Record of Baptisms Kept by Peleg HEATH, 4 CONT Pastor of Christ's Church in Barrington, Who Was Ordained Nov. 13, 1728 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Jul 4, 1736 - Viall, son of John & Elizabeth FRANKLIN 4 CONT Aug 11, 1736 - Gideon FRANKLIN (an adult person) of Rehoboth 4 CONT Aug 11, 1736 - Daniel, son of Gideon & Mary FRANKLIN 4 CONT Dec 19, 1736 - Hannah ANDREWS, an adult person 4 CONT Mar 5, 1738 - Ruth, daughter of John & Elizabeth FRANKLIN 4 CONT May 21, 1738 - David, son of Gideon FRANKLIN & Mary, his wife 4 CONT Mar 16, 1740- Asa, son of Gideon & Mary FRANKLIN 4 CONT Jul 23, 1740- Susanna, daughter of Roger & Susanna RICHMOND of Bristol; o 4 CONC n the day of the child's death, at the huse of Gideon FRANKLIN of Rehob 4 CONC oth, private baptism 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1711 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 RELI 2 DATE 1 AUG 1736 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 2 NOTE signed a contract in Barrington 1 BAPM 2 DATE 11 AUG 1736 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 2 NOTE "Adult Baptism" same day as son Daniel. 1 WILL 2 DATE 1799 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1799 2 PLAC Providence, Providence, RI 2 NOTE Index to Providence, Rhode Island Probate 1646-1899 3 CONT 3 CONT Case Number A1892 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 16 DEC 1799 2 _SDATE 15 DEC 1799 2 PLAC Adams, Berkshire co., Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Old Cemetery, Main Rd, Cheshire MA 2 NOTE Rev War Patriot 1 FAMS @F113@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I317@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID FF51D8E37F608144BC5A1FBD029AC99EA44F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 JAN 1715 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F114@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I318@ INDI 1 NAME Elisha /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Elisha 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID EC2F09AA4BBF62428DC8DB8D289A2CDA01E3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 NOV 2010 1 NOTE Rhode Island Vital Records (NEHGS Database online) 2 CONT 2 CONT 1739 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Marabah, of Elisha and Hannah, Feb. 10, 1739. 1 2 2 CONC 13 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONC 2 CONT 2 CONT 1742 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN John, Aug. 31, 1742. 1 213 Birth Scituate <.. 2 CONC /vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1745 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Phebe, Jan. 25, 1745. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1747 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Nathan, July 5, 1747. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1751 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN James, March 7, 1751. 1 < 2 CONC b>213 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.as 2 CONC p?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1753 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Elisha, of Elisha and Hannah, April 12, 1753. 1 2 2 CONC 13 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONC 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Squire, of Elisha and Hannah, June 5, 1758. 1 21 2 CONC 3 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012>< 2 CONC /u> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Hannah, Aug. 8, 1758. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1761 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Samuel, June 28, 1761. First two born Swansey, n 2 CONC ext Rehoboth, the rest Scituate. 1 213 Birth Scituate <../vital_reco 2 CONC rds_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1749 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN David, of Uriah and Abigail, June 8, 1749. 1 195 B 2 CONC irth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1751 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Uriah, July 14, 1751. 1 195 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1753 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Reuben, Oct. 15, 1753. 1 195 Birth Scituate < 2 CONC ../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1756 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Abel, May 17, 1756. 1 195 Birth Scituate <../ 2 CONC vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1759 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Joshua, June 28, 1759. 1 195 Birth Scituate < 2 CONC ../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Amie, of Daniel and Beriah (also 1-196), Jan. 12 2 CONC , 1758. 1 180 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_ 2 CONC num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1760 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Lydia, Aug. 23, 1760. 1 186 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUN 1716 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F115@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I319@ INDI 1 NAME Mary\Martha /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Mary\Martha 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 867950F5DF992F4093D50E0F3D57F2F82E44 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 APR 2007 1 NOTE Swansea VRs call her Mary; James' will, according to the Guilford,Vermo 2 CONC nt, History (Broad Brook Grange) calls her Martha Aylesworth. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 NOV 1718 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 2 NOTE name possibly Mary 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F116@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I320@ INDI 1 NAME Uriah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Uriah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5149710E3A035542BE790B5A68F5C48D378F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Rhode Island Vital Records (NEHGS Database online) 2 CONT 2 CONT 1739 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Marabah, of Elisha and Hannah, Feb. 10, 1739. 1 2 2 CONC 13 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONC 2 CONT 2 CONT 1742 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN John, Aug. 31, 1742. 1 213 Birth Scituate <.. 2 CONC /vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1745 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Phebe, Jan. 25, 1745. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1747 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Nathan, July 5, 1747. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1751 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN James, March 7, 1751. 1 < 2 CONC b>213 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.as 2 CONC p?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1753 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Elisha, of Elisha and Hannah, April 12, 1753. 1 2 2 CONC 13 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONC 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Squire, of Elisha and Hannah, June 5, 1758. 1 21 2 CONC 3 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012>< 2 CONC /u> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Hannah, Aug. 8, 1758. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1761 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Samuel, June 28, 1761. First two born Swansey, n 2 CONC ext Rehoboth, the rest Scituate. 1 213 Birth Scituate <../vital_reco 2 CONC rds_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1749 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN David, of Uriah and Abigail, June 8, 1749. 1 195 B 2 CONC irth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1751 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Uriah, July 14, 1751. 1 195 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1753 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Reuben, Oct. 15, 1753. 1 195 Birth Scituate < 2 CONC ../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1756 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Abel, May 17, 1756. 1 195 Birth Scituate <../ 2 CONC vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1759 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Joshua, June 28, 1759. 1 195 Birth Scituate < 2 CONC ../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Amie, of Daniel and Beriah (also 1-196), Jan. 12 2 CONC , 1758. 1 180 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_ 2 CONC num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1760 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Lydia, Aug. 23, 1760. 1 186 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S1247@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT An Historical Sketch of The Town of Scituate, R.I.; Part 4 File contrib 4 CONC uted for use in USGenWeb Archives by Janet Anderson JANR67A@prodigy.com U 4 CONC SGENWEB NOTICE: These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any for 4 CONC mat for profit or presentation by other organizations. Material may be f 4 CONC reely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains o 4 CONC n all copied material, *and* permission is obtained from the contributo 4 CONC r of the file. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material f 4 CONC or non-commercial purposes, must obtain the written consent of the cont 4 CONC ributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the l 4 CONC isted USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. ------------------ 4 CONC --------------------------------------------------- An Historical Sketc 4 CONC h of The Town of Scituate, R.I. Published by Order of the Town Council D 4 CONC elivered in Scituate, Rhode Island July 4, 1876 At the request of the T 4 CONC own Authorities By C. C. Beaman Phenix Capron & Campbell, Steam Book an 4 CONC d Job Printers 1877 4 CONT 4 CONT SCITUATE IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR From the character of the men who set 4 CONC tled in Rode Island it might be expected that they would be quick and e 4 CONC nergetic in resisting all encroachments upon their liberties, and such w 4 CONC as the case. The taking of the Gaspee was the earliest resistance by ar 4 CONC ms to the power of Great Britain in any of the colonies. Great sympathy w 4 CONC as awakened for the people of Boston, under the vexations and vindictiv 4 CONC e treatment of England, and supplies were voted in all the Rhode Island t 4 CONC owns, and sent for their relief. When the news of the battle of Lexingt 4 CONC on arrived at Providence a thousand men were on the march the next day f 4 CONC or the scene of conflict, but were contermanded by expresses from Lexin 4 CONC gton. The Rhode Island forces, incorporated with the grand army before B 4 CONC oston, were placed under the direction of Washington. Rev. William Emer 4 CONC son, of Concord, chaplain in the army, who saw them at Cambridge in 177 4 CONC 5, describing the military camps there, from various places, and notici 4 CONC ng the want of tents and arms and apparel of many of the companies, say 4 CONC s of some proper tents and marquees: "In these are the Rhode Islanders, w 4 CONC ho are furnished with tent equipage and everything in the most exact En 4 CONC glish style." But it was not always so. Two years later, Aug. 27, 1777, C 4 CONC ol. Israel Angell writing from the camp to the Governor of Rhode Island 4 CONC , declares that "pure necessity urges me to write you of the wretched c 4 CONC ondition of my command, as to their clothing and equipments. Only one h 4 CONC alf of the men are fit for duty, and many are barefoot." At another tim 4 CONC e, of some companies, it was said: "There are not two in five who have a s 4 CONC hoe or stocking, or other apparel to make them decent. But they rendere 4 CONC d good service at Brandywine a month afterwards, contributing to a very i 4 CONC mportant victory. Washington said of them: "The gallant behavior of Col 4 CONC . Angell's regiment on the 23d of June, at Springfield, reflects the hi 4 CONC ghest honor upon the officers and men: they disputed an important pass w 4 CONC ith so obstinate a bravery that they lost upwards of forty in killed an 4 CONC d wounded and missing -- nearly one-fourth of their number, before they g 4 CONC ave up their ground to a vast superiority of force. Job and Joseph Ange 4 CONC ll, twin brothers, born January 19, 1745, were out in arms during the w 4 CONC hole of the Revolutionary war. Job commanded a company but did not go o 4 CONC ut of the State. He has a son Job living in Scituate. Joseph Angell con 4 CONC tinued a private soldier, refusing offers of promotion, and distinguish 4 CONC ed himself in the war. He was with Washington the greater part of the w 4 CONC ar and fought in many battles. The old people that knew him had memorie 4 CONC s very quick to remember "Uncle Joe," the old soldier, who made a good i 4 CONC mpression on their minds. He used to relate tales of the war and events i 4 CONC n the battles of which he was one of the actors. At the battle of Monmo 4 CONC uth the day being very hot, the men after the action flung themselves d 4 CONC own by the river to drink, and many of them died in consequence, and in 4 CONC deed many were so faint that they died where they laid down, without dr 4 CONC inking. Capt. Boss, Joseph's captain, laid down completely exhausted, u 4 CONC ntil some one came and raised him up to drink spirits. Gen. Washington r 4 CONC ode in among the troops ordering them not to drink without first tastin 4 CONC g some spiritous liquor. Joseph said he always kept a little in his can 4 CONC teen for such a purpose, and he had so reserved some for himself in tha 4 CONC t battle. In the fight at the Red Bank on the Jersey shore, when the He 4 CONC ssians unsuccessfully attacked Fort Mercer, and were so cut up by the f 4 CONC ire of the Americans, Joseph loaded and fired his gun for forty minutes a 4 CONC s fast as he could, and without a moment's cessation until his gun beca 4 CONC me so hot that he could not hold it in his hand. At a time during the w 4 CONC ar, when an engagement was about to commence, a cannon-ball from the en 4 CONC emy struck an apple tree in the road, taking off a branch. Washington, w 4 CONC ho was near, pleasantly remarked: "That was a good shot." Accounts agre 4 CONC e that Joseph really loved the soldier's profession, that he engaged in i 4 CONC t with his whole heart, and conducted himself bravely during the whole w 4 CONC ar. When peace was declared he returned to Scituate to take up once mor 4 CONC e the plough. He selected a daughter of John Edwards for his wife, and h 4 CONC ad two sons, Jonathan and Israel, who both married and removed to the S 4 CONC tate of New York. Joseph Knight acted an important part in the Revoluti 4 CONC onary war. His father, Jonathan Knight, executed to him the lease of hi 4 CONC s far for six years, April 4th, 1763, Jeremiah and Andrew Angell witnes 4 CONC sing the same. He appears to have used his teams extensively in transpo 4 CONC rtation for Hope furnace. From papers in the possession of his descenda 4 CONC nts, which have been kindly loaned me, we get much information of Revol 4 CONC utionary times. He seems to have had a taste early for military life, h 4 CONC aving received from. Gov. Samuel Ward, June 16th, 1766, a commission as E 4 CONC nsign of the First Company, or Trained Band, of Providence. He was made L 4 CONC ieutenant of the same company, in 1769, and in August, 1774, he was cre 4 CONC ated Captain. April, 1775, after the news of battle of Lexington, a com 4 CONC pany was formed in Scituate under him as captain, the roll headed thus: " 4 CONC We do enlist ourselves as Volunteers in the present emergency in defenc 4 CONC e of our country and Right of Privileges and Liberty." Four new compani 4 CONC es were chartered in Scituate, Dec. 5, 1774, and one of them was called " 4 CONC Scituate Hunters." A letter from Gov. Cooke to Joseph Knight, dated Pro 4 CONC vidence, Dec. 19, 1775, directed to him as captain of the second compan 4 CONC y of minute men in Scituate, says: "You are hereby directed to gather t 4 CONC ogether the company under your command with all possible expedition and m 4 CONC arch them to this town in order to be transported to Rhode Island for t 4 CONC he defence of that island. You are to be careful that the men are prope 4 CONC rly equipped with arms, ammunition and blankets fit for immediate servi 4 CONC ce. I have advice from Gen. Washington that eight large transports, wit 4 CONC h two tenders, having on board one regiment of foot, and three companie 4 CONC s of horse sailed from Boston last Saturday, and I have no doubt that y 4 CONC our officers and men will exert themselves upon this occasion with thei 4 CONC r usual ardor." Gov. West sends an order from head-quarters to Capt. Kn 4 CONC ight, Jan. 12, 1776, for nine privates with a commission officer and se 4 CONC rgeant or corporal, upon fatigue duty. Ten days afterwards Gen. Lippitt d 4 CONC irects him, from Prudence, to send ten men up there to go in a scow dow 4 CONC n to the Pearl. The men sent were in the fight at Prudence. According t 4 CONC o the record they were, Joseph Knight, captain: William Brownell and Si 4 CONC meon Wilbour, sergeants; Abraham Angell, corporal; and Joseph Turner, S 4 CONC tephen Leach, Oliver Leach, Oliver Fisk, Zebedee Snow, Christopher Edwa 4 CONC rds, Joseph Wight, Moses Colvin, and Christopher Knight. Providence was t 4 CONC hreatened by the enemy and Scituate was called upon to assist in its de 4 CONC fence. Gen. Sullivan writes to Mr. Knight, who has been promoted to be L 4 CONC ieut.-Colonel, to march immediately with his regiment to their aid: "Pr 4 CONC ay, delay no time, for by the delay of one hour we may lose the town of P 4 CONC rovidence; let each man take three days provision, and wait there for f 4 CONC urther orders." About this time, March 18, 1777, Elizabeth Knight write 4 CONC s from Scituate to her husband, who was with his troops at Warwick: "Th 4 CONC ese lines are to let you know that we are all well at present. I want y 4 CONC ou to come home soon as you can, to see about getting some flax, for it i 4 CONC s very scarce to be had. There are some men who want to be boarded at y 4 CONC our house, and I want you to send to me whether you are willing to boar 4 CONC d them or not. So I remain your loving wife, Elizabeth Knight." There y 4 CONC ou see a woman of the old heroic time, -- quiet, diligent, deferring to h 4 CONC er husband, subjecting herself to the circumstnces of the time, and hea 4 CONC rtily embracing the good cause. In talking of the men of the Revolution w 4 CONC e should never forget the women, whose sacrifices were great, and whose z 4 CONC eal and courage in the patriot cause was abounding. Rufus Hopkins, who s 4 CONC eems to have been especially active and efficient in the good cause, wr 4 CONC ites Major Knight from Cranston, July 27, 1780, saying: "By express fro 4 CONC m the Governor I am requested to direct you forthwith to muster togethe 4 CONC r the regiment under your command, completely equipped with arms and am 4 CONC munition and six days provision; you are therefore hereby directed acco 4 CONC rdingly, and rendezvous at Providence as soon as possible, where you ar 4 CONC e to be ready to receive further orders, the reason is said to be in co 4 CONC nsequence of Gen. Clinton's coming from New York with eight or ten thou 4 CONC sand troops to attack the French army and fleet at Newport." Scituate w 4 CONC as not invaded, but she was called upon, and responded nobly to the cal 4 CONC l, to march her troops to the port. The British, on Sunday, Dec. 8, 177 4 CONC 6, landed and took possession of Rhode Island, and remained there until O 4 CONC ct. 25, 1779, during which time the inhabit 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 DEC 1720 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4133@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I321@ INDI 1 NAME Ichabod /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ichabod 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4C3D013886A252409830C6B77CF50DA1E0BC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 JUL 1713 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 2 NOTE VR of Swansea: Franklin, Ichabod ye son of James Franklin & Martha his w 3 CONC ife was Born July ye 1:1713 1 RELI on a list of Anabaptists 2 DATE 18 APR 1738 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1299@ 3 PAGE v.138, p.25-26 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE v.138, p.25-26 3 DATA 4 TEXT Rehoboth Aprill ye 18th 1738: 5 CONT The Folowing List of the Inhabitants of Rehoboth who usualy attend the p 5 CONC ublick meeting of the Annabaptis Drawn up by us the Subscribers Selectm 5 CONC en of Sd Town In Order for their being Exempted from the Ministerial T 5 CONC ax are as foloweth (viz) 5 CONT 5 CONT widow of John Daggett 5 CONT James Bowen (and others) 5 CONT Ichabod Bozworth 5 CONT (and other Bozworths) 5 CONT Hortons 5 CONT Martens 5 CONT Ormsbees 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin 5 CONT Rounds 5 CONT etc 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F94@ 1 FAMS @F117@ 1 FAMC @F95@ 0 @I322@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Horton/ 2 GIVN Rachel 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 319B9200D8D1F6478F302929451192C70414 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUN 1706 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Guilford, Windham county, Vermont 1 FAMS @F111@ 1 FAMC @F112@ 0 @I323@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Horton/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID F67ABD4D40C79A4E86F429C0005C5A69EBD7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1677 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F112@ 1 FAMC @F102@ 0 @I324@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Garnsey/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Garnsey 1 SEX F 1 _UID 67855D331C37E245941E11755A7907676F3F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F112@ 1 FAMC @F4973@ 0 @I325@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Chaffee/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Chaffee 1 SEX F 1 _UID FF01954BE46B0748880926A557AB42809E08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 20 JAN 2004 1 FAMS @F113@ 0 @I326@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Handy/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Handy 1 SEX M 1 _UID 512E14BC6536844B86905A3A4CEB824460D6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 SEP 2005 1 FAMS @F114@ 0 @I327@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Luther/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1B671341EF17EF4D90DD80C2E0A2DC6D922C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F115@ 0 @I328@ INDI 1 NAME David /Aylesworth/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Aylesworth 1 SEX M 1 _UID 16D00D88A8F5B746BC36CDE8C6F5F8A4136C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 DEC 2008 1 FAMS @F116@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I329@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Andrews/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Andrews 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0382A6B1ADB8734BAE63B1ECD7902F9EE1F3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2007 1 SOUR @S773@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT A Record of Those That Have Owned the Covenant 4 CONT From Nov. 13, 1728, in The Church of Christ in Barrington 4 CONT 4 CONT Nathl. PECK, 3rd, & Alice, his wife - Oct 18, 1730 4 CONT Mary, wife of Hezekiah CHAFEE - Jun 6, 1731 Jacob BOSWORTH - Apr 2, 173 4 CONC 2 4 CONT Constant VIAL, & Sarah VIAL, his wife - May 18, 1735 4 CONT Elizabeth FRANKLIN, wife of John FRANKLIN - Jul 4, 1736 4 CONT Gideon FRANKLIN - Aug 1, 1736 4 CONT Joseph VIAL & Ruth, his wife - Sep 12, 1736 4 CONT Hannah ANDREWS - Dec 19, 1736 4 CONT Janes BARNES, wife of Sam'l BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Keziah BARNES, daughter of Jane BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Rogers RICHMOND & Susannah his wife on ye day of the death of the child a 4 CONC t Gideon FRANKLINS house - Jul 23, 1740 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUL 1713 2 PLAC Norton, Bristol co., Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F117@ 1 FAMC @F3862@ 0 @I330@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 06ADB1241AE60D42A4D2832CFB2568CD51B7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 SEP 1742 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F118@ 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I331@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 875665B2EF94684BAB3335A1E2B1D486CB36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 10 JUL 2005 1 NOTE In Attleborough records as Easter, daughter of Ichabod and Easter (Port 2 CONC er), thus perhaps should be Hester as wife of Ichabod was Hester Horton 2 CONC ? 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 MAR 1748/9 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I332@ INDI 1 NAME James /Franklin/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID DBC84854AD72B64BA9F0A7C81A849E7215A9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 FEB 2008 1 NOTE He may have married a Squire, and had a child Squire James Franklin ofN 2 CONC Y... 2 CONT 2 CONT SQUIRE, Philp, b ca 1630 & d 28 Feb 1693 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Loretta TAYLOR on Sun, 13 Sep 1998 2 CONT 2 CONT Surnames: SQUIRE 2 CONT 2 CONT SQUIRE, Philp. Looking for information about this man b ca 1630 & d 28F 2 CONC eb 1693, buried in 2 CONT Kings Chapel Cem (tombstone standing). m. Rachel RUGGLES & MargaretTHOM 2 CONC AS. Who 2 CONT was his Father & where is Rachel bur? Thanks 2 CONT 2 CONT 3558 Franklin Arnold Ontario 242 2 CONT 3559 Franklin Arroga Genesee 144 2 CONT 3560 Franklin Asa Genesee 143 2 CONT 3561 Franklin Asahel Allegany 4 2 CONT 3562 Franklin Benjamin Ontario 243 2 CONT 3563 Franklin Ebenezer Ontario 243 2 CONT 3564 Franklin Henry Genesee 144 2 CONT 3565 Franklin Ichobod Genesee 144 2 CONT 3566 Franklin Ishi Genesee 110 2 CONT 3567 Franklin James Genesee 144 2 CONT 3568 Franklin Jehiel Ontario 243 2 CONT 3569 Franklin Noah Allegany 6 2 CONT 3570 Franklin R. Niagara 118 2 CONT 3571 Franklin Solomon Ontario 238 2 CONT 3572 Franklin Sylvimous Genesee 146 2 CONT 3573 Franklin William Ontario 206 2 CONT 3574 Frankling James Genesee 143 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 FEB 1751 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Revolutionary War File says b.26 February 1750 1 BAPM 2 DATE 28 MAR 1751 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ma/county/bristol/books/firstchurch/page 3 CONC s37.htm 3 CONT Record of the Persons & Acts of the Second Church of 3 CONT Christ in Attleborough from their Foundation Anno Domine 1748 3 CONT 3 CONT BAPTISMS. B 3 CONT F. 3 CONT 3 CONT 1751 Mar. 28. James of Ichabod Franklin 2 SOUR @S1385@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT The Second Congregational Church of Attleboro, MA 5 CONT 1751 Mar. 28. James of Ichabod Franklin 1 CENS 2 DATE 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus co., NY 2 SOUR @S46@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 FAMS @F556@ 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I333@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan? /Richardson?/ 2 GIVN Jonathan? 2 SURN Richardson? 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1029DA39D26E76469A264A9F9C3A5DB6DA1B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F118@ 0 @I334@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID E414D8A43C34AE48BA309D9D9D6759EF4A19 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 JAN 2006 1 NOTE A Stephen Franklin Jr. made intent to marry a Hannah Bliss "both of Reh 2 CONC oboth," 22 October 1757; no marriage record at Rehoboth. 2 CONT 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT 2 CONT Stephen Franklin 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to Message Listings ] [Print 2 CONT Message ] [ Help ] 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Bruce Carpenter on June 13, 1998 at 19:54:26: 2 CONT 2 CONT Looking for Stephen Franklin m. Rachel 2 CONT Carpenter 1758 Rehoboth MA, then move to VT 2 CONT 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT 2 CONT jayfranklin@mindspring.com 2 CONT 2 CONT Terry, 2 CONT 2 CONT Just caught up with your replies to my items at the Franklin Geneology 2 CONT page. Glad to see that my item on Ebenezer Franklin finally got areply 2 CONC ! 2 CONT I would very much like to be in your Franklin E-mail group. Themissing 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT link I am searching for is the father of an Ebenezer Franklin who wasbo 2 CONC rn 2 CONT in either 1787 or 1789 in Winchester, Cheshire County, NH, who died in1 2 CONC 855 2 CONT in Morrellville, Brown County, IL. His first wife was Esther Hammondbo 2 CONC rn 2 CONT 1791 in Northfield, MA. Several sources list a child named ?? born1787 t 2 CONC o 2 CONT Daniel Franklin (born 1/11/1762) and Sabra Temple (born 9/17/1764)which I 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT had suspected might be Ebenezer. Daniel is the son of Ichabod II born 2 CONT 4/28/1739. There is also an Ebenezer listed in some sources born3/6/17 2 CONC 75 2 CONT who is the son of Stephen born 5/10/1736 and grandson of Ichabod I. 2 CONT 2 CONT I'm sure you have many of these people in your records. I too havenoted 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT many errors in the records on the gendex web site, but I have stillfoun 2 CONC d 2 CONT it helpful as the starting point for a search. 2 CONT 2 CONT Hope to hear from you soon, it sounds like you have a wealth ofinformat 2 CONC ion 2 CONT on the Winchester Franklin's. 2 CONT 2 CONT Regards, 2 CONT 2 CONT Jay 2 CONT 2 CONT jayfranklin@mindspring.com 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 MAY 1736 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F119@ 1 FAMC @F94@ 0 @I335@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Carpenter/ 2 GIVN Rachel 2 SURN Carpenter 1 SEX F 1 _UID D4D87E5FA565854A97E3480B6A1C1D4416CC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F119@ 0 @I336@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 522FFF724B5EC14283B4B2A3C726B3F8C252 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1739 AND 1759 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1739 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F120@ 1 FAMC @F121@ 1 FAMC @F848@ 0 @I337@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8E0A1034284C3D439567B226B7FC9C211467 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 JAN 2006 1 NOTE Hi- 2 CONT Yes, I am very interested in receiving more information about the 2 CONT Franklins. My email address that I receive most of my mail at is 2 CONT danicacarver@earthlink.net 2 CONT 2 CONT My line is 2 CONT Danica Helen(10) Carver>Rita Diane(9) Hardin>Helen Harriet(8) 2 CONT Morrison>Lucy Lacy(7) Kilpatrick>Lucy Margaret(6) Lacy>Mary Joanna(5) 2 CONT Franklin>Daniel Franklin>Ichabod(4) Franklin>Ichabod(3) 2 CONT Franklin>James(2) Franklin>James(1) Franklin 2 CONT 2 CONT Thanks. 2 CONT Danica 2 CONT 2 CONT Danica Carver 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Hi Terry- 2 CONT What kind of cousin am I to Susan Daniel? Do you have her emailaddress? 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Yes, Daniel and Sabra had several children. Here is the informationthat 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT I have. It was prepared by Arthur J. Lacy (dated February 16, 1940)and 2 CONT he writes that "The foregoing ancestral data was prepared by me, and I 2 CONT have in my possession authenticating data therefor. 2 CONT February 16, 1940, Arthur J. Lacy." 2 CONT 2 CONT (1) Daniel Franklin m. Sabra Temple on November 24, 1785. 2 CONT (2) Child, b. 1787; d.y. 2 CONT (3) Daniel, Jr. b Sept 30, 1789; d. Aug. 17, 1866 at Chili, 2 CONT N.Y.; m. abt. 1814 Jerusha Ross, b. 1796; d. Sept 30, 1877; bothburied 2 CONT in Fellows Cemetery. Was known as Col. Daniel Franklin. 2 CONT (4) William Temple, b. abt 1791/92; d. abt 1882; lived at 2 CONT Cowlesville, Wyoming County, NY, where he owned a tannery. Many 2 CONT descendants. 2 CONT (5) Jemima, b. 1791/92; lived at Cowlesville, Wyoming County, 2 CONT NY. 2 CONT (6) Roxanna, b. May 27, 1793; d. May 14, 1833 at Chili, NY; 2 CONT married March 30, 1914 to Benjamin Bowen, b. May 10, 1789; d. Jan 13, 2 CONT 1832 at Chili, NY. 2 CONT (7) Whitman, grew to manhood, but met mysterious death near 2 CONT Galena, Illinois; probably unmarried. 2 CONT (8) Frances, b. abt 1797; m. Charles Walker; moved to Oakland 2 CONT County, Michigan about 1840 2 CONT (9) Mary Joanna, b. July 17, 1799; d. Aug 29, 1875; m. Sept.22, 2 CONT 1824 at Chili, NY to Eli Lacy, b. Town of Deer Park, Orange Co., NY.Oct 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 22, 1795; d. July 17, 1876; they moved from Chili to Town ofBennington, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Wyoming Co., NY where they lived until 1839, when they moved toOakland 2 CONT Co., Michigan, where they lived and died near Goodison. 2 CONT (10) Sabra m. Mr. Scott of Scottsville, Monroe Co., NY and m. 2 CONT (2) Simeon Simmons. In 1839, they moved to Oakland Co., Michigan, and 2 CONT later to Mr. Morris, Genessee Co., Michigan. 2 CONT (11) Orrilla b. Sept 27, 1802; d. June 2, 1846; m. BenoniClapp, 2 CONT b. Nov 13, 1798; d. May 30, 1880; moved to Mt. Morris, Genessee Co., 2 CONT Michigan, 1840. 2 CONT (12) Lucinda, m. James Lewis 2 CONT (13) Joanna, d. age 28; unmarried 2 CONT (14) Susanna; no data. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT (8) Mary Joanna Franklin m. Eli Lacy 2 CONT (15) Emarelda Lucinda Lacy; b. July 15, 1825 at Chili, MonroeCo, 2 CONT NY; d. unmarried Feb 25, 1912 at Goodison. 2 CONT (16) Henry Clay Lacy; b. Nov 29, 1826 at Chili; m. Elizabeth 2 CONT Rice; d. Jan 1907 near Laingsburg, Shiawassee Co, Michigan 2 CONT (17) Thomas Jefferson Jay Lacy; b. Sept 12, 1828 at Chili; m. 2 CONT April 2, 1885 to Nina Cornelia Smith (b. 1849); d. 1917 at Washington, 2 CONT Louisiana, without issue. 2 CONT (18) James Monroe Lacy; b. Sept 19, 1830 at Chili; m. Mrs.Rose, 2 CONT widow; d. Oct 18, 1884, without issue, at Van Cleave, Jackson Co., 2 CONT Mississippi. 2 CONT (19) Jane Orrilla Lacy; b. Sept 19, 1830 at Chili; m. Sept 11, 2 CONT 1858 to Henry P. Baker; she d. Oct 13, 1873 at Disco, Shelby Township, 2 CONT Macomb Co., Michigan. No issue. 2 CONT (20) Volney Eli Lacy; b. June 19, 1833 in Town of Bennington, 2 CONT Wyoming Co., NY; d. Nov 14, 1914 at Detroit, Michigan; m. (1) AnnMaria 2 CONT Andrews in 1867; m. (2) Sept 15, 1873 to Margaret Elizabeth Bruce (b. 2 CONT May 30, 1855, d. Mar 28, 1937); m. (3) Laura Brockway on June 27,1895. 2 CONT (21) Benjamin Franklin Lacy; b. Oct 30, 1836 at Town of 2 CONT Bennington, Wyoming Co., NY; d. Oct 24, 1911 at Pekin, Illinois; m.(1) 2 CONT Jan 28, 1905; m. (2) Nov 24, 1910 to Elizabeth A. Mills (b. 1858/59). 2 CONT (22) Francis Daniel Lacy; b. May 5, 1838 at Town ofBennington; 2 CONT d. July 28, 1907 at Nirvana, Lake County, Michigan; m. Nov 8, 1872 at 2 CONT Lapeer, Michigan;, to Eunice Amelia Stevens (b. Oct. 28, 1858; d. Nov2, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1924. 2 CONT (23) Mary Joanna Lacy; b. Aug 12, 1841 in Oakland Twp.,Oakland 2 CONT Co., Michigan; d. unmarried on Nov 7, 1921 at Pontiac, Oakland Co.,MI. 2 CONT (24) Lucy Margaret Lacy; b. May 14, 1845 in Oakland Twp; d.Feb 2 CONT 7, 1885 at Malvern, AR; m. Jan 1, 1884 to William Kilpatrick (b. Nov16, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1830 in Newmilns, Scotland.) 2 CONT 2 CONT ** I have information on Francis Daniel Lacy's or rather some of his 2 CONT descendants and I am descended from Lucy Margaret Lacy. 2 CONT Can send you that information too if you would like it. 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT Francis Daniel Lacy b. May 5, 1858 at Town of Bennington, NY; d.July 2 2 CONC 8, 1907 2 CONT at Nirvana, Michigan; m. Eunice Amelia Stevens (b. Oct 28, 1858 nearLap 2 CONC eer, 2 CONT Michigan; d. Nov 2, 1924 at Nirvana) on Nov 8, 1872 at Lapeer,Michigan 2 CONC . 2 CONT 1. Herbert Emmanuel Lacy; b. Augl 19, 1874; d. Aug 20 1874 2 CONT 2. Arthur Jay Lacy; b. at Nirvana, Lake Co., Michigan, on Sept 30,1876; 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT married on Nov 1, 1898 at Chicago, Ill., to Beth Garwick (b. Oct. 22,18 2 CONC 77) 2 CONT 3. Rollo Guy Lacy; b. Nirvana, MI on Jan 29, 1879; m. Apr 11, 1906to 2 CONT Estella Louise Field 2 CONT i. Vera Olive Lacy; B. Nov 20 1907 2 CONT ii. Claire Alice Lacy; b. Mar 7 1909; m. Jun 28, 1938 toGeorge V. 2 CONT MacLeod 2 CONT iii. Stanley Field Lacy; b. Oct 10 1912; d. Feb 19, 1926at Duluth, 2 CONT Minnesota 2 CONT iv. Chester Oliver Lacy; b. Sept 15, 1915 2 CONT 4. Plato Ray Lacy; b. Apr 17, 1881 at Nirvana, MI; d. Mar 31, 1906at Re 2 CONC ed 2 CONT City, Michigan; m. Jun 23, 1901 to Mabel Vivian Field (b. Apr 20,1882) 2 CONT i. William Plato Lacy; b. Nov 11, 1902; m. (1) abt 1928Eleanor 2 CONT Virginia McIlvain; m. (2) in 1939 to Marcella Collins of Honolulu. 2 CONT by (1) 2 CONT a. Jean Gloria Lacy; b. Feb 11, 1929 2 CONT b. Estella Lacy; b. in 1931 2 CONT ii. Volney Field Lacy; b. Apr 28, 1904 2 CONT iii. Estella Clara Lacy; b. April 4 1905; m. MauriceCoakley 2 CONT 5. Florence May Lacy; b. Mar 17, 1884 at Nirvana, MI; d. thereJune 13, 1 2 CONC 907 2 CONT 2 CONT 6. Francis Delos Lacy; b. Nirvana Feb 1 1887; m. at Detroit, MI onMar 1 2 CONC 8, 2 CONT 1919 to Mabel Beeman (b. July 8, 1890) at Wayne, Michigan) 2 CONT 7. Nina Ethel Lacy; b. Nirvana Mar 4 1890; m. Sept 7, 1918 atDetroit to 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Harry S. Estler 2 CONT i. Donald Harry Estler; b. nov 23, 1919 2 CONT ii. Carlton George Estler; b. nov 11, 1923 2 CONT 8. Dora Myrtle Lacy; b. Nirvana Jan 5 1895; m. Oct 15, 1913 atDuluth, 2 CONT Minnesota to Albert Francis Olin 2 CONT i. Albert Lacy Olin; b. Duluth on Apr 28 1915; m. Detroit,on Nov 2 CONT 18, 1938 to Audrey Brower 2 CONT ii. Ralph Merton Olin; b. Detroit on Apr 12, 1919 2 CONT iii. Dora Claire Olin; b. and d. at Detroit on Jun 20,1929 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Lucy Margaret Lacy; b. May 14, 1845 in Oakland Twp., Oakland County,Mic 2 CONC higan; 2 CONT d. Feb 7, 1885 at Malvern, AR; m. Jan 1 1884 to William Kilpatrick. 2 CONT 1. Lucy Lacy Kilpatrick; b. Jan 27, 1885; m. Gay Morrison, Sr. 2 CONT i. Margaret Lacy Morrison; b. Nov 1913 and died Dec. 1913 2 CONT ii. Gay Morrison, Jr. m. Ina Gene Bone 2 CONT a. David Gay Morrison m. Pilar Martinez 2 CONT b. Michael Lynn Morrison 2 CONT iii. James William Morrison 2 CONT iv. Helen Harriet Morrison (b. May 11, 1917; d. Aug 5, 1972)m. Melvin 2 CONT Loyd Hardin (b. Oct 24, 1906; d. Sept 5, 1991) 2 CONT a. Carolyn Margaret Hardin m. George ChristianEngelhardt 2 CONT i. Hardin Gay Engelhardt m. Ron Wilder 2 CONT ii. Jeffers Lacy Engelhardt 2 CONT b. Beverly Gay Hardin m. David Ross Jackson 2 CONT c. Rita Diane Hardin m. Michael Gordon Carver 2 CONT i. Danica Helen Carver 2 CONT ii. Michael Hunter Carver 2 CONT d. Lacy Larry Hardin m. Lota Mae Dixon 2 CONT i. Alethea Lucy Hardin 2 CONT ii. Aerah Elaine Hardin 2 CONT iii. Leighton Loyd Hardin 2 CONT v. Lucy Rachel Morrison 2 CONT 2. Francis Volney Kilpatrick; b. Jan 27, 1885 and died on same dayI bel 2 CONC ieve 2 CONT 2 CONT That's all I have. 2 CONT Danica 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Do you know whether or not our Franklins tie in with the Franklins of 2 CONT THE Benjamin Franklin? 2 CONT 2 CONT Danica 2 CONT 2 CONT Danica Carver 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC _ 2 CONT ---Aparentlee@aol.com wrote: 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Danica, 2 CONT > Several of us have formed a Franklin Cousins e-mail group. 2 CONT > If you're interested in getting news and finds from other Franklins 2 CONT in the 2 CONT > specific line of Jamesof Swansea and his diescendants, I'll add your 2 CONT name to 2 CONT > the list. 2 CONT > Let me know. (Include your relationship to Franklins, if you will.) 2 CONT > Lee 2 CONT > 2 CONT 2 CONT _________________________________________________________ 2 CONT DO YOU YAHOO!? 2 CONT Get your free @yahoo.com address at http://mail.yahoo.com 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT From the USGW FTP Archives, Monroe county, NY: 2 CONT 2 CONT FELLOWS CEMETERY Chili, New York This cemetery is located on the westsi 2 CONC de 2 CONT of Union St. about 1/2 mile south of Morgan Road. A list of tombstone 2 CONT inscriptions was published in the Rochester Post Express on July 22,191 2 CONC 1. 2 CONT That list was compiled by Anah B. Yates. Another list of inscriptionswa 2 CONC s 2 CONT compiled in July 1934 by Mary Douglas and Myrte Rice Haynes and itsays o 2 CONC n 2 CONT the top of that list that it adds to Mrs. Yates list but it leaves offs 2 CONC ome 2 CONT of the inscriptions in Mrs. Yates list. In July 1939 a list ofinscripti 2 CONC ons 2 CONT was prepared by Mary Moulthop and Myrte Rice Haynes. Each of thesethree 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT lists has some inscriptions that are not on the other two lists. Thisli 2 CONC st 2 CONT was prepared by combining the three previous lists and then a visitwas m 2 CONC ade 2 CONT to the cemetery on July 20, 1991 by Richard T. Halsey to makecorrection 2 CONC s to 2 CONT the master list. Five inscriptions that were not on any of the three 2 CONT previous lists were added with this list. The tombstones for theinfant o 2 CONC f 2 CONT J. & P. Auten and Polly Ann Cole could not be found during the 1991visi 2 CONC t. 2 CONT This information was provided by Richard T. HalseyFrom: TOLSON13@mn.rr.com 4 CONT To: Lori Simonian ; Allen K 4 CONC enyon ; Betty Cohen ; Brian Hamman ; < 4 CONC u>Dale Wilson ; Deb Golley ; Diana Turner ; < 4 CONC u>LaVonne Barnum ; Lorraine Deneen ; Marilyn Nichols ; Rick Brown ; Susan Daniel < 4 CONC mailto:susan.daniel@sympatico.ca> ; Valerie Burnham 4 CONT Sent: Sunday, May 16, 2004 8:26 AM 4 CONT Subject: Eber Franklin's cousin Roxana Bowen? 4 CONT Hi everyone. This email pertains primarily to any of you interested in k 4 CONC eeping track of the Franklin family. I just found this, and I think Be 4 CONC njamin must be a son-in-law of Daniel and Sabra (Temple) Franklin (thus R 4 CONC oxana is the daughter); Daniel being son of Ichabod and Molly (Whitman) F 4 CONC ranklin (Eber Franklin's grandparents). Daniel Franklin Jr. is in fact o 4 CONC ne of the executors, and the children's names reflect what would be the m 4 CONC other's name- Sabra, as well as a Benjamin F.- probably Benjamin Frankl 4 CONC in Bowen. If memory serves, the Bowen family is a connection that goes b 4 CONC ack to Massachusetts. Also below is a Kimble/Chapman connection in Mon 4 CONC roe County, NY. -Terry Benjamin Bowen of Chili, Monroe Co., NY æ 42 & u 4 CONC pwards 4 CONT Will book 1; p. 159 4 CONT Dated Sept. 6, 1831 4 CONT Probated Apr. 2, 1832 4 CONT Mentions wife: Roxana children: Jefferson, Sabra T., Nelson P., Benjami 4 CONC n F. and Roxana 4 CONT Executors Alfred Scofield Daniel Franklin Jr. wife: Roxana 4 CONT Witnesses Isaac Lacey of Chili William Pixley 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC __________________________________ 4 CONT Henry Chapman of Henrietta 4 CONT Will book 1; p. 297 4 CONT Dated June 25, 1832 4 CONT Probated Nov. 16, 1832 4 CONT Mentions wife: Keziah dau.: Lovisa wife of Elisha S. Kimble dau.: Eliza C 4 CONC hapman sons: Chauncey, Bradley and Charles 4 CONT Executors wife and son Chauncey 4 CONT Witnesses Roswell Wickwire Peter Price Benjamin Billings 4 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 4 CONC ____________________________________ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 JAN 1762 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 RESI 2 DATE 1800 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1800 2 PLAC Swanzey, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F152@ 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I338@ INDI 1 NAME Noah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Noah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5D5ED1F44DEF444199066B0E880627A5B3D5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 OCT 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1767 2 PLAC [Winchester, Cheshire county?], New Hampshire 1 RESI 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Canadea, Allegany county, New York 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 15 JAN 1812 2 PLAC Allen, Allegany county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, From Tables of articles renewed, and increase in pu 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 16 FEB 1813 2 PLAC Allen, Allegany county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, Tabel of Subsequent receipts. Lot 6 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 3 OCT 1815 2 PLAC Allen, Allegany county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, Table of subsequent repeipts. Lot 6. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1860 2 PLAC Caneadea, Allegany County, New York 1 PROP 1 FAMS @F4959@ 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I339@ INDI 1 NAME Abel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Abel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID A5EB902DE401C34C998710470C844DC55A9A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE [From England Franklins on rootsweb GenConnect global search engine]. 2 CONT FRANKLIN 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Jack Templeton on Wed, 15 Jul1998 2 CONT 2 CONT Surnames: 2 CONT 2 CONT I am looking for any information on Ichabod FRANKLIN, born ca 1770 inWi 2 CONC nchester, Chesire. 2 CONT Migrated to the United States early. Father of Abel FRANKLIN of NorthCa 2 CONC rolina. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUN 1770 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I340@ INDI 1 NAME Asahel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Asahel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID CC969A4B70DBA54CB93A13B004E711649917 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 NOV 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1773 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 RESI 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Angelica, Allegany county, New York 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1 JUN 1813 2 PLAC Allen, Allegany county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, From the Table of Articles Renewed. Lot 8 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4962@ 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I341@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah "Sally" /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Sarah "Sally" 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID F395DCDFB15DFA43BA9090CBE758295DF81A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 SEP 2004 1 NOTE Not a Kimble, but I had contacted Terry about a common ancestor, Sarah ( 2 CONC Sally) Franklin. According to family stories, Sarah was a cousin of Ben F 2 CONC ranklin. Terry’s information proved that this story was incorrect. 2 CONT George Mouchet 1 SOUR @S760@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT -----Original Message----- 4 CONT From: George Mouchet [mailto:geomouchet@yahoo.com] 4 CONT Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2004 12:43 PM 4 CONT To: TOLSON13@mn.rr.com 4 CONT Subject: RE: Frankin Genealogy 4 CONT 4 CONT Hi Terry, 4 CONT 4 CONT Sorry it took so long for me to answer your last email. For some reaso 4 CONC n your messages always end up in my bulk mail folder, which I don't loo 4 CONC k at as often as my regular email. 4 CONT 4 CONT My genealogy web site is and you c 4 CONC an log in with user id: guest 4 CONT Password: branches 4 CONT 4 CONT If you log in you will be able to see all the information on living peo 4 CONC ple. 4 CONT 4 CONT Here's the info I have on Sarah's ancestors: 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Descendants of Sarah Franklin 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Generation No. 1 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1. SARAH5 FRANKLIN (ICHABOD4, ICHABOD3, JAMES 4 CONC 2, JAMES1) was born October 07, 1775 in Winchester, C 4 CONC heshire, New Hampshire, and died January 12, 1812 in Aurelius, NY. She m 4 CONC arried FRANCIS EVERETT January 12, 1796 in Chelsea, VT, son of JOSIAH E 4 CONC VERETT and JANE ALEXANDER. He was born July 25, 1773 in Chelsea, Orang 4 CONC e, Vt, and died April 1832. 4 CONT 4 CONT Notes for SARAH FRANKLIN: 4 CONT Family history says that Sarah (Sally) was a cousin of Benjamin Frankli 4 CONC n, but this was apparently not true. The information about Sarah's anc 4 CONC estors came from Terry Olson (tolson13@mm.rr.com). 4 CONT 4 CONT More About SARAH FRANKLIN: 4 CONT Source: 1970, The William A. Amsberry and Related Families 4 CONT 4 CONT Notes for FRANCIS EVERETT: 4 CONT Francis was a land surveyor, a good mathmetician and a Latin scholar. H 4 CONC e entered Harvard College, but did not graduate. He resided at Chelsea a 4 CONC nd Orange, Vt. until 1804 when he moved to Aurelius, NY where he lived u 4 CONC ntil 1819 when he moved to Mason County, West Virginia. He was a membe 4 CONC r of the Baptist Church. (Source: The William A. Amsberry and Related F 4 CONC amilies.) 4 CONT 4 CONT More About FRANCIS EVERETT: 4 CONT Baptism: July 25, 1773 4 CONT Source: 1970, The William A. Amsberry and Related Families 4 CONT 4 CONT Children of SARAH FRANKLIN and FRANCIS EVERETT are: 4 CONT 2. i. MARY POLLY6 EVERETT, b. December 18, 1796, New Y 4 CONC ork. 4 CONT ii. WARREN EVERETT, b. February 10, 1799. 4 CONT iii. ABEL FRANKLIN EVERETT, b. April 27, 1801. 4 CONT iv. FRIEND NAYES EVERETT, b. April 07, 1802. 4 CONT v. SALLY EVERETT, b. May 21, 1805. 4 CONT vi. JOANNA EVERETT, b. July 29, 1807. 4 CONT vii. LUCY JANE EVERETT, b. February 23, 1810. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Generation No. 2 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 2. MARY POLLY6 EVERETT (SARAH5 FRANKLIN, ICHABOD4 4 CONC , ICHABOD3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born Decemb 4 CONC er 18, 1796 in New York. She married WILLIAM AMSBERRY 1821. He was bo 4 CONC rn March 31, 1789 in New York, and died May 17, 1861 in Marion County, I 4 CONC A. 4 CONT 4 CONT More About MARY POLLY EVERETT: 4 CONT Source: 1999, Warren V. Keller, Man of the 20th Century 4 CONT Source 2: 1970, The William A. Amsberry and Related Families 4 CONT 4 CONT Notes for WILLIAM AMSBERRY: 4 CONT Some accounts state that William A. Amsberry served in the Mexican War a 4 CONC nd for his service received pay in government land warrants which he su 4 CONC bsequently laid on land in Iowa. The author has no proof of this, as t 4 CONC he National Archives have no pension or military records for him. The b 4 CONC ook Down on the Ridge, Reminiscences of the Old Days in Coalport and Do 4 CONC wn on the Ridge, Marion County, Iowa by Alfred B. McCown carries the fo 4 CONC llowing account of William Amsberry when we resided in West Virginia: 4 CONT 4 CONT Besides tilling the soil down there on the hillsides and narrow little v 4 CONC alley, Uncle Billy worked at his trade as a shoemaker while the boys hu 4 CONC stled among the clods and stones and briars and sassafras. Uncle Billy w 4 CONC as very popular, and new everybody for miles around. A public road wou 4 CONC nd its way from over on the "Big Sixteen" and other places as well, dow 4 CONC n the little creek, passing alongside of the old woodyard in front of U 4 CONC ncle Billy's House. ... one after another riding by on the road describ 4 CONC ed would rein up his fiery steed and hail Uncle Billy with "Hello!" whi 4 CONC le he pounded and pegged away on an old cow-hide boot. This hailing hi 4 CONC m so often while at work got to be a sign of distress, so he gathered u 4 CONC p his bench and tools and went out and sat down by the roadside where h 4 CONC e stitched and pegged and pegged and stitched, ready for the next "Hell 4 CONC o!" man that came that way. 4 CONT 4 CONT William Amsberrry continued to work as a shoemaker when he moved to Iow 4 CONC a and about this McCown relates: "(His) bench, in the winter season at l 4 CONC east, was situated in the southeast corner of the living room near the o 4 CONC ld fireplace. Aunt Polly, with snow-white frilled cap, sits knitting b 4 CONC y the light of the fire in the fireplace. Uncle Billy is pegging away o 4 CONC n the sole of a shoe, working by the light of a tallow candle. 4 CONT 4 CONT Not only was William a tanner and shoemaker, but he was a musician and c 4 CONC omposed some music. His music was clever and gained him notoriety. Th 4 CONC is music he would sing and play on the violin. 4 CONT 4 CONT (Source: The William A. Amsberry and Related Families by Ruby Coleman) 4 CONT ________________________________________________ 4 CONT He was living in Mason Co., VA (now WV) in 1820 on page 119 of the cens 4 CONC us; shown as being engaged in manufacturing which may have been his sho 4 CONC emaking business. He is shown with 1 male under 10; 1 male 26-45 (hims 4 CONC elf); 3 females under 10 and 1 female 26-45 (wife?). He did not legall 4 CONC y marry Mary "Polly" Everett until 15 May 1823. Therefore, it seems log 4 CONC ical that the female shown on the 1820 Federal Census was his first wif 4 CONC e, thus making her death in Mason County, VA. The three girls would hav 4 CONC e been Marietta, age 9, Ruth age 3 and Rosetta, possibly age 7. Who is t 4 CONC he male child? He has never been noted, so perhaps he also died. 4 CONT 4 CONT The Western Christian Advocate shows an obituary dated 14 June 1848 for M 4 CONC rs. Mary Ann Amsbary, 21, married to M.P. Amsbary (Amsbury) who survive 4 CONC s; issue infant daughter; reported by J.F. Alkeson (Atkeson). No place i 4 CONC s listed. Is it possible that M.P. Amsbary is the male child under 10 o 4 CONC n 1820 census? The J.F. Atkeson could be John Atkeson (Atkinson) husba 4 CONC nd of Rosetta. His last will and testament was brought before the Mari 4 CONC on Co., Iowa court 2 July 1861 and made provision for the sale of land a 4 CONC nd proceeds to be given to some of his children. Listed were Rosetta A 4 CONC tkeson's heirs. Nothing is shown for an earlier son and nothing is sho 4 CONC wn for heirs of daughter Marietta. 4 CONT (Source: Ruby Coleman} 4 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 CONC --------- 4 CONT AMONG THE EARLY SETTLERS OF CUSTER 4 CONT COUNTY, NEBRASKA, WERE 4 CONT THE AMSBERRYS. 4 CONT The Amsberrys of Custer county are the descendants of William A. Ams 4 CONC berry and Polly Everett, who entered into marriage relations in the sta 4 CONC te of New York, in 1821. William A. Amsberry's parents were of English d 4 CONC escent, having emigrated to the United States in the early settlement o 4 CONC f New England. William A. was a soldier in the war with Mexico, for whi 4 CONC ch service he received his pay in government land warrants, which he su 4 CONC bsequently laid on land in the state of Iowa, where he made his home in h 4 CONC is old age. Soon after their marriage they left the stone and wood topp 4 CONC ed hills of New York and located in Mason county, Virginia, between two h 4 CONC ills on a branch of the Little Sixteen, which meant a little stream of w 4 CONC ater coursing its way down the valley, over the pebbles and rocks, sixt 4 CONC een miles from the mouth of the Kanawah river. 4 CONT Polly Everett Amsberry was the daughter of Francis and Sally Frankli 4 CONC n Everett, the latter a cousin of Benjamin Franklin, the noted statesma 4 CONC n and philosopher. 4 CONT It was here in this humble home on the Little Sixteen that these peo 4 CONC ple gave to the world William Franklin, Francis Everett, Lewis Norton, A 4 CONC lmira, Horace Allen, and Matthew James Amsberry. 4 CONT William A. Amsberry was a tanner and shoemaker by trade. He prepared h 4 CONC is own tan-bark and tanned the raw material from which he manufactured t 4 CONC he boots, shoes and leggins for the rugged woodmen, their wives and chi 4 CONC ldren of that day. Here he built a home and cleared out a small farm, o 4 CONC n which employment for the children was furnished as they grow up. He w 4 CONC as a musician and composer and gained wide popularity, as well as notor 4 CONC iety by his clever compositions of music, which he sang and played on t 4 CONC he violin. 4 CONT William F. Amsberry, the oldest of the children was the first to dri 4 CONC ft from the old plantation of the Virginia home. He with his young brid 4 CONC e, Harriett A. Brown, moved to Marion county, Iowa, and located near th 4 CONC e Des Moines river, near Knoxville, on government land for which they p 4 CONC aid $1.25 per acre. They gave to the world Mary Jane Beatrice, Darius M 4 CONC athew, Medora H., Boyd F., Marsena L., Kittie B., and twin boys who die 4 CONC d in infancy. 4 CONT Lewis Norton and his bride, Jane Coffman, in a few months followed a 4 CONC nd located on land adjoining his brother William F. They gave to the wo 4 CONC rld Florentine, Lewis Allen, Mary, William Zachariah, James Green, Nola 4 CONC , Norton, Charley, Adaline and Lyman B. 4 CONT Almira Amsberry, with her husband, William Beard, came soon after an 4 CONC d located six miles down the river from her brothers, William and Norto 4 CONC n. Their children were Albert, David D., Mary E., Ellen J., and Jabus E 4 CONC verett. William Beard, the husband and father, lost his life as a soldi 4 CONC er in the Civil war. Some years after, the wife and mother married Pear 4 CONC ly Troby. The second family of children were Ruth, Sophie, Allen and Pa 4 CONC ss. These children are married and have families. Ruth married James Ru 4 CONC nyan, Jr.; Ellen married Perry Dady; Sophie married Leonard Dady; Pass m 4 CONC arried Will Sharper. 4 CONT Francis Everett Amsberry and his wife, Lucy Beard, remained on the o 4 CONC ld Virginia plantation until after the Amsberry settlement was made in C 4 CONC uster county, Nebraska. Their children are Margaret, Sally, John A., Ma 4 CONC rtha, James M., Laura, Frank E., Myra, William, Ella and Floyd. All are m 4 CONC arried but Martha, and have families, and all live in Custer county exc 4 CONC ept Floyd and family 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 OCT 1775 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 JAN 1812 2 PLAC Aurelius, NY 2 SOUR @S759@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT -----Original Message----- 5 CONT From: George Mouchet [mailto:geomouchet@yahoo.com] 5 CONT Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2003 3:55 PM 5 CONT To: TOLSON13@mn.rr.com 5 CONT Subject: Frankin Genealogy 5 CONT 5 CONT According to family stories, my wife is descended from a cousin of 5 CONT Benjamin Franklin, named Sally Franklin. I wonder if you could verify 5 CONT this information, or if you could point me to someone who might know. 5 CONT Below are the details I have on Sally: 5 CONT 5 CONT b. Oct. 7 1775, d. Jan 12 1812 in Aurelius, NY. She married Francis 5 CONT Everett on Jan 12 1796 in Chelsea, VT. 5 CONT 5 CONT One of their children was Mary Polly (Molly) Everett b. Dec 18, 1796. 1 FAMS @F3173@ 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I342@ INDI 1 NAME Molly /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Molly 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID C84069DE25821842ACCB3568642D10F5FA37 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 MAY 1778 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F93@ 0 @I343@ INDI 1 NAME James /Franklin/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6B26D3A84574A6409574334061B9BF6B6BCE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F121@ 0 @I344@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID AF5FA240054A8347829EE349180389857EC5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE Guilford, VT, 1800? 2 CONT 2 CONT Hi Terry, 2 CONT 2 CONT I saw some of your postings on James Franklin 1682 and was wonderingwha 2 CONC t info 2 CONT you have on his children, wife(s) and parents. I THINK I am related toh 2 CONC im as follows: 2 CONT 2 CONT James FRANKLIN 1682 2 CONT Ichabod FRANKLIN 1713 2 CONT Ichabod FRANKLIN 1739 2 CONT Benjamin FRANKLIN 1780 2 CONT Annaretta (FRANKLIN) BYARS 2 CONT Elsie Z. (BYARS) CLANTON 2 CONT Ivy M. (CLANTON) BARTON 2 CONT Cecil BARTON 2 CONT (my Mom - still alive) 2 CONT (Me)- Glenn Frank 2 CONT 2 CONT I would like to back up some of this if you know of info about JamesSon 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Ichabod and decendants. Thanks! 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Sincerely, 2 CONT 2 CONT Glenn Frank 2 CONT ============================================ 2 CONT Family website: http://home.earthlink.net/~glennfrank 2 CONT 2 CONT glennfrank@earthlink.net 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 FEB 1780 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1097@ 1 FAMC @F120@ 0 @I345@ INDI 1 NAME Amasa /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Amasa 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 71C43240A99C3242BB39EC86D1B99106E792 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 APR 1783 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 AUG 1784 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire? 1 FAMC @F120@ 0 @I346@ INDI 1 NAME John /SHERMAN/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN SHERMAN 1 SEX M 1 _UID A5B375E1BABF3A43B0E031E422E8DF1A4C7E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2010 1 NOTE John B. Sherman? Maps from 1856 in Cattaraugus County show two adjacent " 2 CONC J.B.Sherman" homes. Either both homes owned by son Joseph B. Sherman... o 2 CONC r John's middle initial is B. as well. 2 CONT 2 CONT Frank Dempster Sherman File number 1353; of his Sherman family card fil 2 CONC e which is supposedly located at the New York Public Library. 2 CONT Member of the New Bedford Friends Meeting until just after December 181 2 CONC 1 (between 17 December 1811 and February 1812- Sandwich Meeting Records 2 CONC ). He was denied unity for "partaking of spiritous liquors to excess." 2 CONT Said in several accounts to have fought in the War of 1812, which would h 2 CONC ave been in Massachusetts, heavy artillery, and given bounty land in 18 2 CONC 55 of 50 acres for $262; Liber 29, page 20. No records found at the Nat 2 CONC ional Archives, however. 2 CONT They removed to Concord, New York after 25 January 1816, which was when A 2 CONC bigail and three of the children were recommended by the New Bedford, M 2 CONC assachusetts, Meeting to the Eden, New York, Meeting. 2 CONT There was a nation wide "Fever" epidemic which began at the Schuylkill R 2 CONC iver from 1820-1823, which likely accounts for the death of several of t 2 CONC he children during that time period. 2 CONT 2 CONT Living with Samuel Kendall (64, b.Mass.) in Leon in 1850. Ancestry.com i 2 CONC mage 22 of 33. 2 CONT 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT 2 CONT A cousin? 2 CONT 2 CONT Dear Cousins, 2 CONT 2 CONT I found this article on a photocopied page which has several different 2 CONT newspaper clippings. It is not dated, but another clipping on the same 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT page is dated 1937 Boston Transcript. The clippings were collected by m 2 CONC y 2 CONT great grandfather who died in 1944. 2 CONT 2 CONT AN OLD AMERICAN PUBLISHER 2 CONT Abraham Shearman, Jr. was born April 4, 1777, on his father's farm in t 2 CONC hat 2 CONT part of Dartmouth, Mass., then called Acushnet, now Fairhaven. In his 2 CONT fifteenth year he was apprenticed to John Spooner, publisher of The Med 2 CONC ley, 2 CONT the first newspaper established in New Bedford, with whom he remained s 2 CONC ix 2 CONT years, until 1798. On December 8 of that year, he issued, at the Four 2 CONT Corners, New Bedford, the first number of The Columbian Courier, publis 2 CONC hed 2 CONT weekly at one penny or fifty cents a year. This was a sixteen-column f 2 CONC olio 2 CONT of the class of newspapers published at that time. In 1799 appeared th 2 CONC e 2 CONT first book known bearing his imprint as a publisher. It is Benezet's 2 CONT "Short Account of the People Called Quakers". In March, 1805, he 2 CONT discontinued the Columbian Currier, and from that time forward became m 2 CONC ore 2 CONT and more interested in the religion of the Friends. He continued inthe 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT bookselling and publishing business at 45 Union street, New Bedford, un 2 CONC til 2 CONT 1831, retiring from business, possessed of a moderate competency, and f 2 CONC or 2 CONT the last sixteen years of his life devoted his time almost exclusively t 2 CONC o 2 CONT the Society of Friends, of which he was a valued member, dying December 2 2 CONC 6, 2 CONT 1847, unmarried. 2 CONT In the time that he was a publisher, eighteen books were issued bearing 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT his imprint. All are now rare. The story of his life and a list of hi 2 CONC s 2 CONT publications is given in a little pamphlet printed in an edition of 2 CONT twenty-fove copies on Japan vellum by another descendant of the Hon. Ph 2 CONC ilip 2 CONT Sherman, Frederick Fairfield Sherman, a New York printer and publisher. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Brief as is this pamphlet, it rescues from obscurity, if not from obliv 2 CONC ion, 2 CONT the memory of one who was typical of the local publishers and printers o 2 CONC f 2 CONT his time, who planted the Press in the virgin soil of American life in m 2 CONC any 2 CONT parts of the country. It is a praise worthy work and there ought to be m 2 CONC any 2 CONT others of similar character. 2 CONT 2 CONT That is the article in its entirely. 2 CONT 2 CONT Martha Sherman Winters 2 CONT Oxnard CA 2 CONT mswinters@mindspring.com 1 SOUR @S1002@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Title: Caroline Lewis Kardell & Russell A. Lovell, Jr. Vital Records of S 4 CONC andwich, Massachusetts to 1885 4 CONT Publication: 3 Vols. New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1 4 CONC 996 4 CONT Abbrev: Sandwich, MA, Published VRs 4 CONT Type: Vital Rec., N.Eng. 4 CONT Date: 28 APR 1999 4 CONT Note: II:1288 [Sandwich Monthly Meeting II:30] 1 SOUR @S1266@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT History of Friends Historical Library 4 CONT The Friends Historical Library began in 1871 with Anson Lapham's d 4 CONC onation to Swarthmore College of 150 books for a library "exclusively f 4 CONC or matters pertaining to Friends." The collection now includes more tha 4 CONC n 40,000 volumes of books, pamphlets, and periodicals as well as manusc 4 CONC ripts, pictures and other source material illuminating the history and b 4 CONC eliefs of the Society of Friends. In addition, the library serves as th 4 CONC e repository for the records of numerous Quaker organizations, includin 4 CONC g Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York Yearly Meetings. 4 CONT 4 CONT The Society of Friends (Quakers) for Genealogists 4 CONT 1652 George Fox begins to preach in northwest Eng 4 CONT 1655-56 Quaker Missionaries visit North America 4 CONT 1827-28 Hicksite/Orthodox Separation in Philadelphia, New York, Ohio & B 4 CONC altimore Yearly Meetings 4 CONT 1845-56 Gurneyite-Wilburite separations in Ohio, New England, and New Y 4 CONC ork 4 CONT 1955 Reunification of Philadelphia, New York, and Canada Yearly Meeting 4 CONC s 4 CONT 1968 Reunification of Baltimore Yearly Meeting 4 CONT The Society of Friends or Quakers (the terms are synonymous) was founde 4 CONC d in the middle of the seventeenth century in England by George Fox and o 4 CONC thers. American Quaker activity has been documented in Massachusetts an 4 CONC d Virginia as early as 1656. By the time William Penn's colony, Pennsyl 4 CONC vania (whose "lower counties" became Delaware) was founded in 1681, Qua 4 CONC kerism was well established in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Long Island 4 CONC , New Jersey, Maryland, and Virginia. In 1827-28, there was a major doc 4 CONC trinal split among Quakers over the views of Elias Hicks. Further fragm 4 CONC entation occurred later in the 19th century, particularly in the Midwes 4 CONC t. Many of the branches of Quakerism have reunited. 4 CONT What is a monthly meeting anyway? 4 CONT Quaker organization is characterized by a pyramid of business me 4 CONC etings, differentiated by how frequently they met. For a brief descript 4 CONC ion of preparative, quarterly, and yearly meetings, please see the G 4 CONC lossary . 4 CONT 4 CONT The fundamental unit of Quaker organization is the monthly meeting f 4 CONC or business. The monthly meeting was made up of members of the Soci 4 CONC ety of Friends who worshipped in one or more meeting places in a geogra 4 CONC phically defined area. Before the 20th century, the membership of the m 4 CONC onthly meeting was usually larger than the "congregation" of the meetin 4 CONC g house after which it was named; the monthly business sessions may hav 4 CONC e met in one place, or may have circulated between or among the meeting p 4 CONC laces used by its membership. Only Quakers in good standing could atten 4 CONC d Monthly Meeting for Business. Particularly if the membership was scat 4 CONC tered over a large area, not everyone attended every business session; r 4 CONC epresentatives were appointed by the preparative meetings to insure tha 4 CONC t the interests of the local group were represented. 4 CONT Most Quakers were members of whichever monthly meeting met closest to w 4 CONC here they actually lived. However, as Quaker population increased or de 4 CONC creased in a particular area, new monthly meetings were "set off" (esta 4 CONC blished) or "laid down" (discontinued); there was usually no list of wh 4 CONC ich members belonged to the new meeting. This also happened when meetin 4 CONC gs split due to a schism; in this instance, sometimes there were two or m 4 CONC ore Quaker meetings in a given area with the same name. Family historia 4 CONC ns should expect to do some research on the meetings' history to be abl 4 CONC e to follow their ancestors in the records. 4 CONT Friends held meetings for worship in their local community under the ov 4 CONC ersight of a Monthly Meeting for Business. They worshipped in plain bui 4 CONC ldings called meeting houses or sometimes in the homes of members, usua 4 CONC lly on First Day (Sunday) and, until recent years, one day during the m 4 CONC iddle of the week. Special meetings for worship were appointed for marr 4 CONC iages or for memorials. Anyone could attend Meeting for Worship. 4 CONT What kind of records did Quakers keep? 4 CONT Monthly meeting records normally include minutes of men's and women 4 CONC 's meetings for business and registers of births, deaths, marriages, re 4 CONC movals (transfers), and disownments. In general, non-members are not me 4 CONC ntioned in the minutes, even when they attended meeting for worship on a r 4 CONC egular basis. 4 CONT Friends could become members of a meeting in one of three ways-if they h 4 CONC ad not previously been members of the Society of Friends they could be " 4 CONC received by request" as a "convinced Friend," and "come under care of F 4 CONC riends," or they could transfer their membership from another Quaker me 4 CONC eting (Certificate of Removal), or they could be "birthright"-that is, b 4 CONC e born to parents who are both members in good standing in the meeting a 4 CONC t the time of the birth. 4 CONT Friends left a meeting in one of three ways: they could remove to anoth 4 CONC er Quaker meeting, they could die, or they could be disowned. If the co 4 CONC unseling of Elders or Overseers did not bring the desired result, cases o 4 CONC f Quakers who did something contrary to the order of Friends might be b 4 CONC rought up in the monthly business session, and the meeting would appoin 4 CONC t a committee; on the basis of one or more meetings with the offender, t 4 CONC he committee would decide whether to invite the person to write a lette 4 CONC r of acknowledgement or to disown them. Those who were disowned were ac 4 CONC quainted with their right of appeal to the next level of meeting, but m 4 CONC ost did not appeal the decision. Disownment could be reversed. Some peo 4 CONC ple who were disowned would acknowledge their indiscretion and, if the m 4 CONC eeting believed them sincere, be received back into membership. Genrall 4 CONC y this occurred within a few years of the initial disownment, but in so 4 CONC me cases the acknowledgement came many years after the offense. 4 CONT Beginning in the mid 19th century, Friends could also give up their mem 4 CONC bership by request, often to join another denomination, or meetings mig 4 CONC ht drop people who had moved away and no longer appeared to be interest 4 CONC ed in retaining their membership; this action did not mean that the old 4 CONC er records were altered, only that the individuals would not be recorde 4 CONC d as members in the future. 4 CONT •In general, Quakers did not keep good burial records. Until at leas 4 CONC t the mid 19th century, the Society of Friends maintained a testimony a 4 CONC gainst "vain and ostentatious" memorials to the dead-ie. elaborate tomb 4 CONC stones. Non-Quakers could be buried in most Quaker burial grounds. 4 CONT 4 CONT •Non-Quakers attended and signed Quaker marriage certificates-marria 4 CONC ge took place within the context of a meeting for worship, generally at t 4 CONC he bride's meeting house; usually close family members signed the certi 4 CONC ficate directly below the bride and groom. Although Friends Historical L 4 CONC ibrary has a number of original marriage certificates, the meeting's co 4 CONC pies were transcribed by and do not include the original signatures. 4 CONT 4 CONT Disownment did not mean shunning, and many disowned individ 4 CONC uals continued to participate in the Quaker community, even though they w 4 CONC ere not allowed to attend the business sessions 4 CONT 4 CONT In some instances there are additional documents of special interest to g 4 CONC enealogists, such as records of sufferings during the American Revoluti 4 CONC on and other wars, and certificates of the manumissions of slaves 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 OCT 1780 2 PLAC Rochester, Massachusetts 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE With son Joseph and his family and Abigail. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JUL 1865 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 OCCU Farmer 1 RELI a Quaker 1 FAMS @F122@ 1 FAMC @F31@ 0 @I347@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Ellis/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Ellis 2 NICK Nabby 1 SEX F 1 _UID DF469B9D7FE2434B9D9F7679AA152BBB1CC2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 DEC 2009 1 NOTE Undoubtedly named for her grandmother's sister Nabby Otis who died as a 2 CONC n infant at three months of age when Deborah Otis was a mere 16 years o 2 CONC f age (as well as Priscilla having a sister named Abigail as well). 2 CONT 2 CONT Abigail continued as an Orthodox Friend in New York after the split wit 2 CONC h the Hicksite Friends in 1828. Called "Naby" on the family birth recor 2 CONC ds in the Sandwich Meeting Records. 2 CONT 2 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~wnyroots/index-northcollins.html 2 CONT Old Quaker Cemetery - On the NW corner of Quaker Road and Wilcox Road ( 2 CONC then called Cemetery Road). There was an 2 CONT Orthodox Quaker Meeting House just north of the cemetery in the 1800s. 2 CONT 2 CONT Wilcox Cemetery < 2 CONC /u> - Intersection of Quaker and Wilcox Roads, first intersection south o 2 CONC f the hamlet of Shirley which is now part 2 CONT of the Town of North Collins. There is a very old Quaker Cemetery at th 2 CONC e intersection of Quaker and Wilcox Roads, North Collins. 2 CONT This is the first intersection south of the hamlet of Shirley which is n 2 CONC ow part of the Town of North Collins. At one time, the original log 2 CONT Quaker Meeting House in North Collins was located immediately north of t 2 CONC he Quaker-Wilcox intersection and the cemetery was on the corner. 2 CONT The log Meeting House was destroyed by fire c. 1900. 1 SOUR @S155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1001@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Note: ABIGAIL, b. 16 Oct. 1783; d. 26 May 1871; m. 13 Oct. 1802 J 4 CONC OHN SHEARMAN (Vital Records of Rochester), son of John and Experience S 4 CONC hearman. [Lt. John & Elizabeth (Freeman) Ellis of Sandwich, Mass by Lyd 4 CONC ia B. (Phinney) Brownson, of Duxbury, Mass & Maclean W. McLean, of Pitt 4 CONC sburg, PA] 4 CONT 4 CONT http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mouser&id=I21625 4 CONT 4 CONT Abbrev: Lt. John & Elizabeth (Freeman) Ellis of Sandwich 4 CONT Title: Lt. John & Elizabeth (Freeman) Ellis of Sandwich, Mass. 4 CONT Author: Brownson, Lydia B. (Phinney) & Maclean W. McLean 4 CONT Publication: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 120 ( 4 CONC 1966) 1 SOUR @S1296@ 2 PAGE vol 122, pp51-53 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 4 VALUE vol 122, pp51-53 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 OCT 1782 2 PLAC Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S1293@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon P.O., Leon Twp, Cattaraugus County, New York 2 SOUR @S1171@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1870 Leon P.O., Leon Twp, Cattaraugus County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.29 of 31 5 CONT 26 August 1870 5 CONT 253/253 5 CONT Deborah Sherman 57, F, W, Keeping House, 1,000 RE, b.New York 5 CONT Abigail, 87, F, W, Keeping House, b.Massachusetts 5 CONT Mary Matteson, 27, F, W, House Keeper, b.New York 5 CONT 254/254 5 CONT Stephen Smith 5 CONT 255/255 5 CONT Charles Edick 23, M, W, Farmer, 11,400 RE, 2,000 PE, b.New York 5 CONT Emma, 22, F, W, Keeping House, b.New York 5 CONT 256/256 5 CONT Edson A. Kellogg 50 Farmer, 12,000 RE, 4, 500 PE 5 CONT 258/258 5 CONT Augustus Seeber 29, M, W, Farmer, 5,500 RE, 2,000 PE 5 CONT Charlotte 24, F, W, Keeping House, b.New York 5 CONT Verne, 1, M, W, b.New York 5 CONT Minnie Howard 10 F, W, b.New York 5 CONT 260/260 5 CONT John Edick 62, M, W, Farming, b.New York 5 CONT Elizabeth 63, F, W, Keeping House, b.New York 5 CONT 261/261 5 CONT Timothy Darling 65, M, W, Farm Laborer, 200 RE, 150 PE b.New York 5 CONT Diantha M. 59, F, W, Keeping House, b.New York 5 CONT Frank 16, M, W, Farm Laborer, b.New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 MAY 1871 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 RELI a Quaker 1 FAMS @F122@ 1 FAMC @F32@ 0 @I348@ INDI 1 NAME Adam /Holloway/ 2 GIVN Adam 2 SURN Holloway 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8E0CAA39542DD149A1A569022AE4AEEA6F04 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1733 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1733 1 FAMS @F123@ 0 @I349@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Hayward/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Hayward 1 SEX F 1 _UID AB7B8AB3B79C2F4E9376AC636073BD2B06AB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1647 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1647 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F123@ 1 FAMS @F125@ 1 FAMC @F124@ 0 @I350@ INDI 1 NAME George /Hayward/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Hayward 1 SEX M 1 _UID CFD578E2250DD14BAFBB36DFAB80D6D39F6C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F124@ 0 @I351@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob /Farrar/ 2 NPFX Jr. 2 GIVN Jacob 2 SURN Farrar 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 _UID AAEFA2A9706FAB458EC99C97605BD686547F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1641 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1641 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1641 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1641 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1675 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1675 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1675 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1675 1 FAMS @F125@ 1 FAMC @F126@ 0 @I352@ INDI 1 NAME Jacob /Farrar/ 2 GIVN Jacob 2 SURN Farrar 1 SEX M 1 _UID B0002D87CF407A4F96D42D587CE6596F5555 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1614 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1614 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1675 OR 1677 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1675 1 FAMS @F126@ 1 FAMS @F127@ 1 FAMC @F129@ 0 @I353@ INDI 1 NAME Grace /Dean/ 2 GIVN Grace 2 SURN Dean 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5689A1646CEF0046819CF4C1195B7BE92F31 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F126@ 0 @I354@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /?/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN ? 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6425CD85B97E1C45B2C8CFA39DCB51A9C12E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F127@ 1 FAMS @F128@ 0 @I355@ INDI 1 NAME John /Sears/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Sears 1 SEX M 1 _UID 94E1E46550696942881FF6CA53305985EA99 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F128@ 0 @I356@ INDI 1 NAME John /Farrar/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Farrar 1 SEX M 1 _UID EF7A5374B97BB14F99F7CC84F5156121D005 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1670 OR 3 NOV 1669 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1670 2 PLAC Lancaster, Massachusetts? 1 FAMS @F129@ 0 @I357@ INDI 1 NAME Mary or Hannah /Hillard/ 2 GIVN Mary or Hannah 2 SURN Hillard 1 SEX F 1 _UID 29D715BD9E640A418A41A16DF8C1342106F3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F129@ 1 FAMS @F130@ 0 @I358@ INDI 1 NAME John /Whitcomb/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Whitcomb 1 SEX M 1 _UID 0D24D32BBC3A454E88D013C9FB0F11D4DBC1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F130@ 0 @I359@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /_______/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN _______ 1 SEX F 1 _UID 92E4D4B476BBFB4D8263A61BD0F0F7B3872D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1693 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1693 2 PLAC Concord, Massachusetts? 1 FAMS @F124@ 0 @I360@ INDI 1 NAME UNKNOWN [Joseph?] /Hayward/ 2 GIVN UNKNOWN [Joseph?] 2 SURN Hayward 1 _UID 62FC81D151F89940A1E76C9EAADFBCC871B9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1640 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1640 2 PLAC Concord, Massachusetts? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F124@ 0 @I361@ INDI 1 NAME Sophia /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Sophia 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 2C39B11A4C926247BCED35EAB51C152C91E9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 DEC 2009 1 NOTE Nevada County, Ca Obits 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Read Responses | Return to the Index (Use 'Back' if from asearch list 2 CONC ) ] 2 CONT [ Previous | Next ] 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Obits 17 Jun 1998, ABENDROTH, LIMA, 2 CONT RIDOUT, RILEY, SLIKKER, SEMER, 2 CONT TOOTELL 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Nevada County CAGenWeb Coordinator onTue, 1 2 CONC 4 Jul 2 CONT 1998 2 CONT 2 CONT Surnames: 2 CONT 2 CONT Abstracts from The Grass Valley Union, 17 Jun 1998, pg 4. 2 CONT Call The Union: 530-273-9561 if you need the obituary. 2 CONT 2 CONT surname; given name(s); (maiden name); age; place of death. 2 CONT ABENDROTH, Nicole Isabel (LIMA); 24; Nevada County CA. 2 CONT RIDOUT, Franklin Pat; 52; Medford OR. 2 CONT RILEY, Dr. Perry; 70; Ripon CA. 2 CONT SLIKKER, Penny (SEMER); 47; Grass Valley CA. 2 CONT TOOTELL, Jack; 82; Santa Rosa CA. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAR 1817 2 PLAC Riga, Monroe county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 MAY 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 1 FAMS @F131@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I362@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew Jackson /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Andrew Jackson 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID B19CC7AD979CE940833BEE3846C152B20C13 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 FEB 2008 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, ANDREW J SD Day 6/30/1884 Montana State O 2 CONC ffice 3142 SDMTAA 098238 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?QryId=84245.89 1 SOUR @S788@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: Re: introductions in order 4 CONT 4 CONT > I descend from two Kimble sisters, Hannah and Martha--daughters of ?? 4 CONC ?? 4 CONT > --born 1800-1803 in western NY of family probably from NJ ( the black h 4 CONC ole 4 CONT > of American genealogy--but maybe someday we will know who, where and w 4 CONC hen 4 CONT > for sure!) 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Martha Kimble m. Eber Franklin, they settled and farmed in Leon NY in t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > Holland Purchase after the war of 1812, in which Eber fought. They ha 4 CONC d many 4 CONT > (see Terry's lists!) children-- son Andrew J. Franklin married three t 4 CONC imes: 4 CONT > first wife Aurilla or Aurelia, last name unknown, committed suicide i 4 CONC n 1853 4 CONT > after killing 2 of her 7 children who hadn't already died of fire and 4 CONC /or 4 CONT > illness; her only surviving son, Lafayette Franklin, married his seco 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > cousin Emma Amelia Pomeroy-- their grandmothers were sisters. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > meanwhile... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Hannah Kimble m. Daniel Harris Pomeroy; they settled in Geauga Co. Oh 4 CONC io and 4 CONT > later moved to Elba, Dodge Co WI where they also had several children 4 CONC ; their 4 CONT > son Eli Bond Pomeroy m. Elvira Lucy Chapman, whose family arrived the 4 CONC re 4 CONT > shortly before the marriage from western NY -- originally from MA and O 4 CONC ld 4 CONT > Saybrook CT. They had one son and three daughters-- daughter Emma Ame 4 CONC lia 4 CONT > Pomeroy married her second cousin Lafayette Franklin after they met w 4 CONC hile he 4 CONT > was passing through to MN to settle on homestead land he had send $$ t 4 CONC o his 4 CONT > fathr's 3rd wife to buy for him--she diverted it to her own use so he c 4 CONC ame 4 CONT > back to WI and married Emma. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Lafe and Emma went to South Dakota with her grandmother Electa Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > blind Uncle Jedand settled in Parker, where they farmed and had son R 4 CONC obert, 4 CONT > who died in infancy; three daughters--Myrtle, Flora and Lucy; Emma di 4 CONC ed of 4 CONT > pneumonia when their only surviving son, Newton Lucius Franklin, was y 4 CONC oung. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Newton, aka Jap because he looked either Japanese or native American ( I 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > looked, couldn't find any native connection!) was my grandfather and m 4 CONC arried 4 CONT > Bertha Sofia Englund, daughter of Swedish immigrants to Vermillion SD 4 CONC --both 4 CONT > were born in South Dakota; they went to Madison, Wisconsin where they r 4 CONC aised 4 CONT > their three daughters, Elizabeth ( my mother) Ruth ( my late aunt) an 4 CONC d 4 CONT > Susie ( who died in childhood, for whom I was named). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > My mother married Jack Kirkland Jallings, and they are now 88 and 90, 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > respectively, and live in Madison WI; the house Newton and Bertha bui 4 CONC lt out 4 CONT > near Oregon, south of Madison, has been extensively renovated by my o 4 CONC nly 4 CONT > brother, Jon Jallings; he and wife Cheryl have no children. There are t 4 CONC hree 4 CONT > girls-- Susan (me--I live in Toronto; my son Peter and wife Marcy her 4 CONC e as 4 CONT > well; my daughter Jennifer, husband Brent and new baby Zachary in San D 4 CONC iego 4 CONT > CA)-- Nancy (lives outside Atlanta GA and has 4 daughters and 2 sons- 4 CONC -second 4 CONT > oldest Jessica is getting married in Kohler WI next week)-- Rebecca ( 4 CONC lives 4 CONT > in Madison, has 3 daughters and a son and 5 grandchildren, including J 4 CONC ack 4 CONT > Jallings Sandler Page, named for our dad). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Ruth Franklin m. Kemp Franzen --both are dead now--and they had two 4 CONT > daughters, Linda ( Florida, no kids) Annie (Alaska, no kids) Jeff ( m 4 CONC . Barb, 4 CONT > 3 kids, Cedarburg WI) and the late Philip (CA and then FL). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > There are no more male Franklins to carry Eber's line in our family, a 4 CONC nd no 4 CONT > more male Pomeroys either--nor for that matter any male Jallings'! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I finished an extensive family genealogy in 2002 which is on CD--with m 4 CONC ega 4 CONT > help from Terry and other Kimble, Franklin, Pomeroy, Chapman, Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > myriad families from the other 3 family trees in my background-- and 4 CONT > currently am on a genealogy hiatus while I do other things. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Eventually.....I will have to crawl back into the Kimble zone......be 4 CONC cause 4 CONT > it is a huge question mark and I don't like unanswerable questions! 4 CONT > Meanwhile I file away everything Terry sends into the 'TBD ASAP' file 4 CONC ..... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Susan Franklin Jallings Daniel, Toronto, Canada. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > PS: If anyone is interested, I can burn all the Franklin/Kimble/Pomer 4 CONC oy 4 CONT > stuff from my megaCD to a CD and send it to you if you are willing to p 4 CONC ay 4 CONT > the costs, c. $5 or so-- 1 SOUR @S893@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Hi Terry- 4 CONT Long time no talk, courtesy of Csi--for some reason my modem 4 CONT stopped talking to the world. It gave me time to open, print and readal 4 CONC l 4 CONT the files I got while I was gone, anyway! 4 CONT It would be exciting if we actually knew Eunice Barnes waswife of 4 CONT James 1, wouldn't it? I guess someone will have to doublecheck the 4 CONT original listing given to be sure? 4 CONT The Daniel Franklin/Sabra Temple marriage Nov. 24, 1785 is in that 4 CONT Winchester NH Register from the NEGHS stuff I had too; and I thinkthose 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Franklins in the Fellows cemetary in Chili are all his descendents--aCo 4 CONC l. 4 CONT Daniel, 1799-1866, wife Jerusha, 1796-1877; and their kids Daniel T, 4 CONT 1827-1846, Nathaniel (1818-1821), Rebecca (1822-1831, William,1819-1837 4 CONC , 4 CONT Hiram, 1815-1865, (only one who lived to grow up and have kids--howsad t 4 CONC o 4 CONT watch 4 of 5 die young!) m. Sarah A., (1814-1858) and had 4 kids--Ashle 4 CONC y, 4 CONT 1842-45; Carrie, died as infant; Edith, died as infant, 1846; andMyra, 4 CONT 1852-54. So when Daniel and Jerusha died, not only were all their kids 4 CONT dead, but all their grandchildren too. I'm assuming the descendent of 4 CONT Daniel/Sabra on your list has all this info already but I didn'tnotice w 4 CONC ho 4 CONT she was descended from, obviously not Col. Daniel! (wonder if he diedin 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Civil War--1866?or if son Hiram did--a865??) 4 CONT The idea is great and the form looks fine to me, but it isAndrew J 4 CONT Franklin and Amelia Francis ( I think!) to Lafe Franklin who are my 4 CONT ancestors, not Andrew and Rebecca. 4 CONT I left a note with the town clerk of Leon, Diane Ellis, relooking 4 CONT up available records on AJF and wives--and look what she found: 4 CONT 1. Everett and Leverett Franklin born Feb. 13, 1847(as we 4 CONT knew) 4 CONT 2. Adelbert Franklin born Dec. 10, 1848 (ditto) 4 CONT father Andrew Franklin mother AurillaFranklin 4 CONT (??) (spelling on land transfer papers wasOril 4 CONC la, 4 CONT but that's quite a usual misspelling!) 4 CONT 3. marriage for Aurilla Franklin, age 19 to Lathrop 4 CONT Francis, age 23--Nov. 16, 1848 (I can't 4 CONT find--probably because it's in file I can't retrieve--the info 4 CONT on the Francis family you were sending 4 CONT separately--sorry, could you zap it 4 CONT out again for me? I'm assuming it shows this 4 CONT marriage between Andrew's 4 CONT sister and what I assume is Amelia'sbrother??) 4 CONT 4. Jerome Franklin, Born Feb. 10, 1850 (but noJeanette 4 CONT listed--strange? died at birth, perhaps??)fat 4 CONC her 4 CONT Andrew, mother AURILLA Franklin!!--same spelling 4 CONT do you think this could possibly be right,that he 4 CONT stayed married to same 4 CONT person and they switched from German to French 4 CONT names? If so, what on earth 4 CONT happened to the first 3 boys, since there areNO 4 CONT records for Aurilla's or 4 CONT these 3 boys' deaths. I begin to think wehave to 4 CONT search in townships/ 4 CONT counties around Leon to see if they movedafter the 4 CONT birth of Adelbert nearer 4 CONT to Orilla/Aurilla's family (unless they were 4 CONT Moshers or Woolfes?? in Leon??) 4 CONT I'm going to write to the HLC records dept. atthe 4 CONT SUNY in Fredonia to see if they haveany 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT records about purchase/sale of AJF first lot from them, 4 CONT like his wife's name, and why/when he sold it--like was he unable tomee 4 CONC t 4 CONT payments w/ 3 little kids and moved in withrellies 4 CONT somewhere??) 4 CONT 5. No record of births of Lafayette and Lynette, orof 4 CONT births of Adelia M or 4 CONT Grace L, or any other marriages by AJF--liketo 4 CONT Rebecca or Susan. Strange. 4 CONT 6. Death record for Andrew Franklin Oct. 23, 4 CONT 1883--that would be the other one, 99 and afarmer- 4 CONC -do 4 CONT we know how he fit in? I remember seeing him somewhere 4 CONT in census stuff but of course cannot put myhand on 4 CONT it just now! 4 CONT 4 CONT My mother had a list of all the stones in the Flat IronCemetary 4 CONT written out by someone some time ago; I'm going to send it to thatjerk, 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Ken Kysor, with a request to look at Mosher/ Woolf 1840/1850 censusinfo 4 CONC , 4 CONT if any. Also to Bertha Milspaw, who is apparently still alive butnever 4 CONT answered my last letter--so I'll try again!! 4 CONT 4 CONT On the CSi help line, a woman named Linda in Oklahoma and Itraded 4 CONT genstories (at CSi 800 line cost, got to like that! She was born inAtt 4 CONC ica 4 CONT Indiana where there was a well known teacher/coach named Web Franklinwh 4 CONC o 4 CONT had a daughter Rebecca; this is about 25 miles from Lafayette, Ind.Wond 4 CONC er 4 CONT if this person hooks into any of the other Franklins on your list? 4 CONT I'm sending this to you but feel free, of course, to spread iton 4 CONT the forwarding list as you like-- 4 CONT School starts tomorrow, oh joy, oh bliss....no more nights onthe 4 CONT computer or reading and leisurely breakfasts on the patio watching myro 4 CONC ses 4 CONT grow. . . I'd like to inherit money from some long lost Franklin 4 CONT multimillionaire and retire tomorrow and be able to just travel and 4 CONT research forever. 4 CONT Not bloody likely! BAck to reality! Hope Olivia's dancerecital 4 CONT went well--been there, done that--my daughter Jenny (my god, 28 next 4 CONT month!) took ballet from age 6 when she broke her arm and it was good 4 CONT physio, then went to National Ballet School here 4 CONT in Toronto for a few years, then went to York University's danceclasses 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT for kids (cheaper, less stress, less anorexia, closer!) and took allthe 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Cecchetti dance exams before she went to univ.,but now she's in lastyea 4 CONC r 4 CONT of law school and has no time for anything physical/fun, only for 4 CONT libraries! Still, she and her husband will not be suffering (he's a 4 CONT computer engineer for Newbridge), anymore than my son Pete, 29, who is 4 CONT general manager for a lucrative graphics/printing company who works10,0 4 CONC 00 4 CONT hours a week. Both my kids are driving new model upscale Acuras andmak 4 CONC e 4 CONT more money than I do already. I'm driving a 6 year old Honda Civic.Wha 4 CONC t's 4 CONT wrong with this picture?? I guess I should have taken math way back inh 4 CONC igh 4 CONT school, except I was allergic to it in all forms! 4 CONT TTYL-- Susan 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1818 2 PLAC Riga, Monroe county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1855 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1855 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE 1855 index 3 CONT 3 CONT http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/1855Census/1855LeonIndex.html 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Alonzo 110 111 225 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Andrew 78 2 207 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Andross 119 120 226 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Daniel 123 124 226 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Eber 101 4 209 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Lyman 55 55 218 3 CONT FRANKLIN, Rufus 118 119 225 3 CONT FRANKLIN, William 102 104 209 1 RESI 2 DATE OCT 1864 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1864 2 PLAC Concord, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 RESI 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Central Point Twp, Day County, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S1027@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.usgennet.org/usa/sd/state/day_county/chapter16-12.html 1 CENS 2 DATE 13 AUG 1890 2 PLAC Central Point Twp, Day County, South Dakota 2 NOTE 1890 Veteran's Schedules 3 CONT 3 CONT Central Point, Day Co., S.D. p. 1 of 3; SD 1, ED 142 3 CONT 3 CONT Andrew J. Franklin, Corporal, Co. K, 64th Reg., NY Vols. enlist 14 Oct 1 3 CONC 861, dis 15 June 1862 3 CONT 3 CONT Also on p.3 of 3 as Private but no other info. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 OCT 1897 2 PLAC Concord, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F223@ 1 FAMS @F132@ 1 FAMS @F133@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I363@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID B86B676A32AA4F48927D0C542DF12B9FBE70 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 DEC 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 AUG 1820 2 PLAC Riga, Monroe county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Richmond P.O., Richmond Twp., Crawford County, Pennsylvania 2 NOTE 3,000 RE (Real Estate) 500 PE (Personal Estate) on census. 2 SOUR @S445@ 3 PAGE p.19 of 41 on ancestry.com census images. [p.81 written, 717 typed] 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE p.19 of 41 on ancestry.com census images. [p.81 written, 717 typed] 1 OCCU a farmer 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Richmond P.O., Richmond Twp., Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC New Richmond P.O., Richmond Twp, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. 2 NOTE 5980 RE, 2110 PE. John McFadden, 14, farm worker, also listed on census 3 CONC . 2 SOUR @S446@ 3 PAGE ancestry.com 30 of 35 [typed p.30 on census] 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE ancestry.com 30 of 35 [typed p.30 on census] 1 OCCU a farmer 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC New Richmond P.O., Richmond Twp, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1877 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1877 2 PLAC Townville, (Steuben Twp), Crawford county, Pennsylvania 2 NOTE http://home.alltel.net/yoset/CCo/history/twp/Steuben.html 3 CONT 3 CONT History <../../history.html> 3 CONT 3 CONT Historical Township Boundaries <../townships.html> 3 CONT 3 CONT STEUBEN TOWNSHIP <../../places/Steuben.html> 3 CONT 3 CONT Date Event 3 CONT 3 May 1850 Created from parts of Athens Twp. , R 3 CONC ome Twp. , and Troy Twp. 1 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 19 or 21 Sept. 1867 Portion incorporated as the borough of Townville < 3 CONC ../boro/Townville.html> [q.v.] 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Richmond, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 AUG 1896 2 PLAC Richmond, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 19 AUG 1896 2 _SDATE 20 AUG 1896 2 PLAC Kingsley Cemetery in Townville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1 FAMS @F134@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I364@ INDI 1 NAME Lyman /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Lyman 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 83763453FC33C949BADE3219C16E589AC5B8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Hi, my name is Betty Franklin Cohen. My Kimble/Franklin line is through 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT my father Edward Franklin, son of Lee Nelson Franklin. These Franklins 2 CONT never strayed very far from the Leon/Dayton area of NY. My line is as 2 CONT follows: 2 CONT 2 CONT Eber Franklin 2 CONT Lyman Franklin 2 CONT Cecil Franklin, Leon 2 CONT Lee Nelson Franklin, Dayton 2 CONT Edward Lee Franklin, Dunkirk 2 CONT Betty Franklin, L.I. NY 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=peru1812&id= 2 CONC I65973 2 CONT 2 CONT Peru, Maine Genealogy Project 2 CONT 2 CONT 76823 total entries, last updated Sat May 5 2 CONT 21:09:01 2001. All questions, comments or 2 CONT suggestions regarding information on this page 2 CONT should be addressed to: Craig Bryant 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT The key to your research 2 CONT Join Ancestry.com Today! 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ID: I65973 2 CONT Name: Lyman Franklin 2 CONT Given Name: Lyman 2 CONT Surname: Franklin 2 CONT Sex: M 2 CONT Change Date: 19 Nov 2000 at 20:17 2 CONT 2 CONT Marriage 1 Jane Potter b: 1800 in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Change Date: 19 Nov 2000 2 CONT 2 CONT http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=barber&id=I6 2 CONC 543 2 CONT 2 CONT Barber Family 2 CONT 2 CONT 8035 total entries, last updated Wed Jan 17 2 CONT 07:39:16 2001. All questions, comments or 2 CONT suggestions regarding information on this page 2 CONT should be addressed to: Jinny Angelis 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT The key to your research 2 CONT Join Ancestry.com Today! 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ID: I6543 2 CONT Name: Lyman FRANKLIN 2 CONT Given Name: Lyman 2 CONT Surname: Franklin 2 CONT Sex: M 1 2 CONT Birth: WFT Est. 1783-1803 2 2 CONT Death: WFT Est. 1817-1889 2 2 CONT 2 CONT Marriage 1 Jane POTTER b: 1800 in Fort Ann, Washington, New York 2 CONT 2 CONT Married: WFT Est. 1814-1847 2 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Sources: 2 CONT 2 CONT 1.Abbrev: Imported GEDCOM file-fav2 2 CONT Title: GEDCOM file imported on 6 Jan 2000. 2 CONT 2.Abbrev: World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1 2 CONT Title: World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1 2 CONT Author: Br2derbund Software, Inc. 2 CONT Publication: Release date: February 9, 1996 2 CONT Note: 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Chautauqua County Vital Records 2 CONT Chautauqua County Clerk P.O. Box 170 1 North Erie Street Mayvill 2 CONC e, NY 14757-0170 (716) 753-4331 Chautauqua County Genealogical So 2 CONC ciety P.O. Box 404 Fredonia, NY 14063 2 CONT Related Links: Order Birth and Death Certificates Online < 2 CONC u>Chautauqua County USGenWeb - genealogical resources USGenWeb A 2 CONC rchives Chautauqua County - transcrip 2 CONC tions of cemeteries, deeds, censuses, obituaries & other public records U 2 CONC .S. Federal Census 1820 , 1830 , 18 2 CONC 40 , 1850 , 1860 , 1870 , 1880 , 1900 , 2 CONC 1910 , 1920 , 1930 - census images for the County of Chau 2 CONC tauqua Chautauqua County Vital Records Online - GenWeb Chautauqua County Church Records - GenWeb Cemeteries of Chautauqua County, NY Census & Town Inhabitant Records of Chautauqua County 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S771@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1155@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.rootsweb.com/~nycattar/1879history/leon.htm#franklin_w 4 CONT 4 CONT HISTORY OF CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NEW YORK 4 CONT Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of its Prominent Men an 4 CONC d Pioneers. 4 CONT 4 CONT Philadelphia: 4 CONT 4 CONT L.H. Everts, 1879, Edited by Franklin Ellis 4 CONT 4 CONT Transcribed from pages 484-495 by Claudia Patterson 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT THE LEON FREE METHODIST CHURCH 4 CONT Was organized in the fall of 1874, by the Rev. J. W. McApline, with the f 4 CONC ollowing members: Joseph Sherman and wife, Melville Everts and wife, Ly 4 CONC man Franklin and Edwin Kellogg. The meetings were held at the Wells Hil 4 CONC l school-house until the fall of 1816, when the old school building at L 4 CONC eon Center was purchased and fitted up for a place of worship. In March 1 4 CONC 878, a board of trustees, composed of Melville Everts, Edwin Kellogg, a 4 CONC nd Hiram Harmon, was chosen to attend to the temporalities of the churc 4 CONC h, which are valued at $1000. 4 CONT In 1876 the Rev. John Taylor was sent to the Leon circuit, and remained o 4 CONC ne year. He was succeeded by I Rev. W. G. Oakes, who continued until Se 4 CONC ptember 1878, I since when the Rev. W. W. Browne has been the pastor. T 4 CONC he church has enjoyed unusual prosperity, and is at present in a flouri 4 CONC shing condition, having 40 members. 4 CONT Its present board of stewards is as follows: Cyrus Ingersoll, Hiram Har 4 CONC mon, Levi Towers, Lyman Franklin, Legrand Morgan, Albert Kellogg, Willi 4 CONC am Hodges. 1 SOUR @S1221@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Bertha Milspaw Notes- 4 CONT 4 CONT 1854 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23 4 CONT Simeon Franklin Lot 30 4 CONT Lathrop Francis Lot 31 4 CONT Job Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Alfred Francis Lot 23 4 CONT Cadwin Francis Lot 24 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1856 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin Lot 49 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Lemuel Hall Lot 55 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 4 CONT John Franklin 52 4 CONT Andrews [Andrus] Franklin 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT 4 CONT 1859 4 CONT Simeon Francis Lot 24, 32, 23 4 CONT George Francis 4 CONT John Franklin 4 CONT Harrison Franklin 4 CONT George Franklin 4 CONT William Franklin 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23- 66 acres 4 CONT Lyman Franklin Lot 53 4 CONT Joshua Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Daniel Franklin Lot 42 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 26 4 CONT Lathrop Franklin [Francis?] Lot 46 4 CONT 4 CONT Civil War 4 CONT Conewango 4 CONT Frederick Francis 112th Inf (E) Aug 1862 4 CONT Andrus Franklin Pvt, Aug 31, 1861. -1865 4 CONT Horace Hall 9th Cav 1862 4 CONT Leonard Franklin Hall Pvt Co E, 9th Cav 1861-1864 4 CONT Philander Hall Co I. 9th Cav 1864-1865 4 CONT Leon 4 CONT George Francis Serg. Co K. 1861-1862 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 1861-1862 4 CONT Wm. S. Franklin 1861- died 4 CONT James Franklin 1864-1865 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 1861-1864 4 CONT 4 CONT Hollow Cemetery 4 CONT Ruffis Franklin 1816-1869 4 CONT Ella Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Daniel Franklin 1878- 70 yrs 4 CONT Susan Franklin, wife Daniel 1880- [50?] yrs 4 CONT Susan Melissa Franklin, wife John Franklin- age 19 yrs 4 CONT Andres Franklin 1863- no age 4 CONT Dolly Franklin, wife 1865- 80 yrs 4 CONT Sally Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Hiram Franklin 1840- 40 yrs 4 CONT Loamy Franklin- wife age 71 yrs 4 CONT George Cooper 1835-1907 4 CONT Clarinda Cooper 1849-1920 4 CONT Sarah M., wife of Delos Blanchard, age 19 yrs 4 CONT 4 CONT Treat Memorial 4 CONT Lyman Franklin - 1905, 84 yrs 4 CONT Jane Franklin- 1905 4 CONT Rebecca, wife of Andrew 1859- 31 yrs 4 CONT Melinda [Farnam], wife of Jacob- 1878 4 CONT Joseph K. Hall- 1854 4 CONT Nancy Hall, wife 1853 4 CONT Mary G Franklin 1874-1943 4 CONT Dennis J. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Beulah M. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Charles H. Franklin 1848-1929 4 CONT Melvina J. Franklin 1848-1912 4 CONT Mary Gertrude- Feb 21, 1962 4 CONT 4 CONT Fairview Cemetery on Armbruster 4 CONT (May 1980 read) 4 CONT Retire C. Morgan b.Apr 21, 1813, died 5 May 1883 4 CONT Mary H. Morgan b.8 May 1813, no d.date 4 CONT A.M. Franklin 1868-1887 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Martha Franklin 4 CONT Wm. N. Herrick 1820-1884 4 CONT Mary Herrick 1825-1866 4 CONT Louise C. Herrick 1826-1862 4 CONT Sarah R., wife of James Harrison Jr. b.Sept 20, 1864 d. 2 Aug 1890- age 2 4 CONC 5 4 CONT Sarah M. dau. of E. F & S. Lengfilter March 13, 1881- July 12 1881 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1855 Census 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 36 4 CONT Layfayette Franklin, son 4 4 CONT 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 32 4 CONT Jane 31 4 CONT Boyden 5 4 CONT Alice 1 4 CONT 4 CONT June 1855 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin 36 4 CONT Henrietta 31 4 CONT James 8 4 CONT Charles H. 3 4 CONT 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 32 4 CONT Lovina 30 4 CONT Albert 10 4 CONT James 7 4 CONT 4 CONT John Sherman 79 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin 64 4 CONT Martha 64 4 CONT George 17 4 CONT Harrison 13 4 CONT 4 CONT William Franklin 27 4 CONT Mary [17- obv wrong] 4 CONT Asa [76- obv wrong] 4 CONT 4 CONT Cad Francis 59 4 CONT Bantha Francis 63 4 CONT Simeon Francis 32 4 CONT Eliza Francis 21 4 CONT Harrison Hall 31 son-in-law 4 CONT Delinda Hall 26 daughter 4 CONT Delos Franklin 15 4 CONT Leona Franklin 6 Erie 4 CONT Alfred Francis 24 4 CONT Jane Francis 31 wife Washington 4 CONT Nelson Francis 4 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 JUL 1822 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 NOV 1905 2 PLAC Fredonia, Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE Leon Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F135@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I365@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 69922295DD23EE4CBFDB8391A07449180FC2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 JUN 1826 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 SEP 1901 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 1 FAMS @F136@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I366@ INDI 1 NAME Ichabod W. /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Ichabod W. 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1CCE318E6BED314AB6EC6DA767491200F4FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 MAY 1828 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Franklin family statistics from Currier and Ives register gives 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 DEC 1914 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Intestinal Obstruction 1 BURI 2 DATE 2 JAN 1915 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 OCCU Farmer 1 FAMS @F137@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I367@ INDI 1 NAME Aurelia /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Aurelia 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8A6CD0699227EC46A65726CA3D775514245A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2009 1 NOTE 1850 Leon census says "Amelia." 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Chautauqua County Vital Records 2 CONT Chautauqua County Clerk P.O. Box 170 1 North Erie Street Mayvill 2 CONC e, NY 14757-0170 (716) 753-4331 Chautauqua County Genealogical So 2 CONC ciety P.O. Box 404 Fredonia, NY 14063 2 CONT Related Links: Order Birth and Death Certificates Online < 2 CONC u>Chautauqua County USGenWeb - genealogical resources USGenWeb A 2 CONC rchives Chautauqua County - transcrip 2 CONC tions of cemeteries, deeds, censuses, obituaries & other public records U 2 CONC .S. Federal Census 1820 , 1830 , 18 2 CONC 40 , 1850 , 1860 , 1870 , 1880 , 1900 , 2 CONC 1910 , 1920 , 1930 - census images for the County of Chau 2 CONC tauqua Chautauqua County Vital Records Online - GenWeb Chautauqua County Church Records - GenWeb Cemeteries of Chautauqua County, NY Census & Town Inhabitant Records of Chautauqua County 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1830 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE "Amelia" 21, with Lathrop living at Moses Mills and family. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE "Orila." Says parents both b. NY. 50 yrs old. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1900 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1900 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 SOUR @S1126@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1900 Leon, Cattaraugus County, New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT 11June 1900 5 CONT 14A SD 186, , ED 48, Sheet 5 written p.0567, 5 CONT 105/106 5 CONT 5 CONT Lyman Franklin, Head, W, M, July 1822, 77, M, 5 [?], New York, New York 5 CONC , New York (York is erased somewhat) Farmer 5 CONT Jane, wife, W, F, Feb 1824, 76, M, 51, 3, S, New York, New York, Vermon 5 CONC t 5 CONT 5 CONT 108/109 5 CONT William W. Hallenbeck, Head, W, M, Nov 1857, 42, M, 16, New York, New Y 5 CONC ork, New York, Blacksmith 5 CONT Nellie A., Wife, W, F, Apr 1859, 41, M, 16, 3, 3, New York, New York, N 5 CONC ew York 5 CONT Flora F., Mar 1887, 13, S, NY, NY, NY, At School 5 CONT Fredeick H., Nov 1889, 10, S, NY, NY, NY, At School 5 CONT Charles W., Mar 1897, 3, son, NY, NY, NY 5 CONT Francis, Orrilla, M in law, Jan 1830, 90, Wd, 2, 2, NY, NY, NY 1 RESI 2 DATE 1900 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1900 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Nellie Hallenbeck's (Daughter) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Fredonia Village, Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York [ED 173] 2 NOTE Says parents both born in NY. 1 RESI 232 Temple Street 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Fredonia Village, Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York 2 NOTE With William and Nellie Hallenbeck (daughter). 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1911 2 PLAC probably Fredonia Village, Pomfret Twp, Chautauqua County, New York 1 FAMS @F138@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I368@ INDI 1 NAME Eber J. /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Eber J. 2 SURN FRANKLIN 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6188F1F44B2D66429023A6B36E6D086441A6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 2009 1 SOUR @S762@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 NOTE Frances A. (Dugan) b.July 18, 1841 at or near Brookville, Indiana. 3 CONT Marriage License of Eber J. Franklin and Frances A. Dugan. Married at t 3 CONC he house of C. B. Jones, Warren County, Iowa, 1 January 1860. 3 CONT Marriage certificate of Frances A. Franklin and John Fairbanks at Ichab 3 CONC od Franklin's in Wasioja, Dodge County, Minnesota, 15 January 1865. Mar 3 CONC ried by Hiram Miller, F[ree] W[ill] B[aptist] Minister of the Gospel. 3 CONT Statement by Surgeon General that Eber J. Franklin died aboard the Stea 3 CONC mer Nebraska [between St. Louis, Missouri, and] Alton, Illinois on 27 J 3 CONC anuary 1863 of Pneumonia and Typhoid Mal Fever. 3 CONT Eber and Frances' son Thomas E. Franklin came under guardianship of Joh 3 CONC n Fairbanks after Eber died. One letter in the file is hand written by T 3 CONC om Franklin pleading on his mother's behalf for her right to Eber's pen 3 CONC sion money. 3 CONT Affidavit of midwife for the birth of Thomas E. Franklin, son of Eber a 3 CONC nd Frances Franklin, born 5 Sept 1862 in Greenbush, Warren County, Iowa 3 CONC . 3 CONT Statement from Frances of births of the two children of Eber and France 3 CONC s- Sarah Samantha Franklin and Thomas Eber Franklin. Sarah Samantha Fra 3 CONC nklin died at Greenbush, Iowa, 8 Sept 1864. 3 CONT Another Affidavit gives Samantha's brith date as 12 January 1861, place n 3 CONC ot given. 3 CONT Frances has papers filed asking for reinstatement of pension after her d 3 CONC ivorce from John W. Fairbanks at Trenton, Nebraska, 26 [27 on another p 3 CONC aper] November 1900. Also papers regarding a lawsuit of Frances against J 3 CONC ohn in March 1900 in pursuit of support. Frances lost her right to Eber 3 CONC 's pension when she married John Fairbanks. 3 CONT In April 1912, Frances lives with and is supported by Thomas E. Frankli 3 CONC n. Frances' property is defined as Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Tow 3 CONC nship 3, Range 31, West, in Hitchcock County, Nebraska, valued at no mo 3 CONC re than $1,600. She has household goods valued at no more than $100 and h 3 CONC as a few chickens. 2 DATA 3 TEXT Bob- 4 CONT The Ichabod Franklin you found buried in Waupun is Eber Franklin Sr's b 4 CONC rother Ichabod. His family's information is below. Eber's brothers Icha 4 CONC bod and Whitman both moved to Waupun and raised their families there. L 4 CONC ooks like Ichabod had a daughter Frances I didn't know about, and I did 4 CONC n't have Rawson's death date either, as far as I know. His wife ended u 4 CONC p in Spokane, Washington and Oregon- buried at Belle Passi Cemetery in W 4 CONC oodburn. I think I have Rawson's Civil War file as well- one more thing I w 4 CONC ill get out if it will provide any other clues. 4 CONT Looking through Eber J. Franklin's Civil War file, I have found the fol 4 CONC lowing: 4 CONT Frances A. (Dugan) b.July 18, 1841 at or near Brookville, Indiana. 4 CONT Marriage License of Eber J. Franklin and Frances A. Dugan. Married at t 4 CONC he house of C. B. Jones, Warren County, Iowa, 1 January 1860. 4 CONT Marriage certificate of Frances A. Franklin and John Fairbanks at Ichab 4 CONC od Franklin's in Wasioja, Dodge County, Minnesota, 15 January 1865. Mar 4 CONC ried by Hiram Miller, F[ree] W[ill] B[aptist] Minister of the Gospel. 4 CONT Statement by Surgeon General that Eber J. Franklin died aboard the Stea 4 CONC mer Nebraska [between St. Louis, Missouri, and] Alton, Illinois on 27 J 4 CONC anuary 1863 of Pneumonia and Typhoid Mal Fever. 4 CONT Eber and Frances' son Thomas E. Franklin came under guardianship of Joh 4 CONC n Fairbanks after Eber died. One letter in the file is hand written by T 4 CONC om Franklin pleading on his mother's behalf for her right to Eber's pen 4 CONC sion money. 4 CONT Affidavit of midwife for the birth of Thomas E. Franklin, son of Eber a 4 CONC nd Frances Franklin, born 5 Sept 1862 in Greenbush, Warren County, Iowa 4 CONC . 4 CONT Statement from Frances of births of the two children of Eber and France 4 CONC s- Sarah Samantha Franklin and Thomas Eber Franklin. Sarah Samantha Fra 4 CONC nklin died at Greenbush, Iowa, 8 Sept 1864. 4 CONT Another Affidavit gives Samantha's brith date as 12 January 1861, place n 4 CONC ot given. 4 CONT Frances has papers filed asking for reinstatement of pension after her d 4 CONC ivorce from John W. Fairbanks at Trenton, Nebraska, 26 [27 on another p 4 CONC aper] November 1900. Also papers regarding a lawsuit of Frances against J 4 CONC ohn in March 1900 in pursuit of support. Frances lost her right to Eber 4 CONC 's pension when she married John Fairbanks. 4 CONT In April 1912, Frances lives with and is supported by Thomas E. Frankli 4 CONC n. Frances' property is defined as Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Tow 4 CONC nship 3, Range 31, West, in Hitchcock County, Nebraska, valued at no mo 4 CONC re than $1,600. She has household goods valued at no more than $100 and h 4 CONC as a few chickens. 4 CONT By the way, what is your connection to John W. and Frances Fairbanks? 4 CONT The following is Eber Franklin Sr's brother Ichabod Franklin's family i 4 CONC n Waupun, WI: 4 CONT First Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT 1. Ichabod FRANKLIN was born on 22 Jun 1811 in Chili, Monroe cou 4 CONC nty, New York. He removed to Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin, aro 4 CONC und 1846. He purchased 40 acres in Section 33 of Township 14 North, Ran 4 CONC ge 15 East, on 1 Aug 1849, in Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin. He d 4 CONC ied on 22 Nov 1882 in Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin. 4 CONT From the Family Tree Archives at ancestry.com, I found a submission for I 4 CONC chabod Franklin b.1811 married to Laura Harmon, daughter of Simeon and B 4 CONC etsy (Streeter) Harmon; son of Simeon and Sarah (Smith) Harmon; son of S 4 CONC imeon and Mercy (Spencer) Harmon. 4 CONT BeanC@Ricks.edu 4 CONT The death date for Ichabod is given as 26 Nov 1882 in Waupun, Fond du L 4 CONC ac co., WI. 4 CONT Ichabod FRANKLIN and Laura RAWSON? HARMON? had (at least) the following c 4 CONC hildren: 4 CONT 2 i. Emily FRANKLIN. 4 CONT 3 ii. Louisa FRANKLIN. 4 CONT +4 iii. Rawson P. FRANKLIN. 4 CONT 5 iv. William FRANKLIN. 4 CONT 6 v. Charles FRANKLIN. 4 CONT 7 vi. Marion? FRANKLIN. 4 CONT Second Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT 4. Rawson P. FRANKLIN. Sometimes spelled Rosen. 4 CONT Rawson married Adelia RIDOUT (daughter of Nathan RIDOUT and Soph 4 CONC ia FRANKLIN- Eber Franklin Sr's eldest daughter). Adelia was born on 13 S 4 CONC ep 1849 in Leon Center, Cattaraugus county, New York. She lived near We 4 CONC st Woodburn, Oregon in 1933; Woodburn RFD No.1 She died on 6 Dec 1933 i 4 CONC n near Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon. She was buried on 9 Dec 1933 in W 4 CONC oodburn, Marion county, Oregon- Belle Passi Cemetery. 4 CONT Rawson P. FRANKLIN and Adelia RIDOUT had the following children: 4 CONT +8 i. William Edward FRANKLIN (born on 2 Feb 1869). 4 CONT 9 ii. Charles Eugene FRANKLIN lived in Woodburn, Marion county, O 4 CONC regon ca. August 1953-February 1956. 2nd Street Nursing Home He was bor 4 CONC n on 12 May 1876 in Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin. He lived in W 4 CONC oodburn, Marion county, Oregon before Aug 1953. 760 E. Cleveland He die 4 CONC d on 19 Feb 1956 in Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon. He was buried on 2 4 CONC 2 Feb 1956 in Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon. Belle Passi Cemetery He w 4 CONC as in N.P.Railway. Land Examiner His Social Security Number was 701-18- 4 CONC 3337. 4 CONT Third Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT 8. William Edward FRANKLIN (Rawson P.-2, Ichabod-1) was born on 2 F 4 CONC eb 1869 in (Waupun?), Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin. Between Mar 1902 a 4 CONC nd 1909 he was in Spokane, Washington. Fireman. Between 1917 and Jan 19 4 CONC 32 he was in Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon. Special Police He lived i 4 CONC n West Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon before 24 Jul 1934. He died on 2 4 CONC 4 Jul 1934 in Salem, Marion county, Oregon. Deaconess Hospital, Cardiov 4 CONC ascular disease and obesity. He was buried on 26 Jul 1934 in Woodburn, M 4 CONC arion county, Oregon; Belle Passi Cemetery. 4 CONT -Terry 4 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 4 CONT From: RCBarker 4 CONT To: TOLSON13@mn.rr.com 4 CONT Cc: Susan Daniel 4 CONT Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 7:13 PM 4 CONT Subject: Re: Franklin and Fairbanks 4 CONT Terry and Susan, 4 CONT First .. Thanks for your response Terry :-) 4 CONT It appears the Franklin and Fairbanks were close families as I find t 4 CONC hem together in 4 CONT NY, MN and WI together. Been looking for connections all day and the o 4 CONC nly thing 4 CONT I found was a HARMON tie, maybe. 4 CONT John Fairbanks father (John) was married to Almira Wilcox. They live 4 CONC d in Leon, NY. 4 CONT I can't find anything on her parents and see you have nothing posted o 4 CONC n Susan A. Wilcox. 4 CONT Would almost bet they were sisters. I also found a possible Kimble c 4 CONC onnection and then 4 CONT could not find it again. Will be back looking tomorrow. 4 CONT Attached file is interesting regarding the Franklin and Fairbanks fa 4 CONC milies I found today. 4 CONT Bob 4 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 AUG 1832 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 JAN 1863 2 PLAC (on) the Steamer Nebraska, near Alton, Illinois 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 27 JAN 1863 2 _SDATE 28 JAN 1863 2 PLAC Alton National Cemetery 1 FAMS @F1010@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I369@ INDI 1 NAME Joanna /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Joanna 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6074A5A17D65E442B5391D6C6C4F658A435E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 SEP 2009 1 NOTE on 6/26/01 4:22 PM, Debbie Golley at debgolley@hotmail.com wrote: 2 CONT 2 CONT I checked today on Joanna Milks but I don't find a marriage record in C 2 CONC attaraugus County. I checked the index from 1908 to 1920. I did find i 2 CONC n the deed when she sold her property to Marshall and Alice Baker. She s 2 CONC old it October 11, 1906. I can copy that deed if you want. She was st 2 CONC ill Joanna Milks in 1911 when she sold a small piece of property in Sou 2 CONC th Dayton. 2 CONT 2 CONT No children (1900 census, Dayton, New York). 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 JUL 1834 2 PLAC Conewango, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Dayton, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 SOUR @S831@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1910, Dayton, Cattaraugus co., New York census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.15 of 16 Ancestry.com census images online. 5 CONT 5 CONT 28, 29, 30 April, 1910 5 CONT 5 CONT SD 20, ED 51 Sheet 8 A 5 CONT 5 CONT Part of Dayton 5 CONT 5 CONT 13/13 Joanna Milk Head F W 75 W 0 children 0 living b.New York father b 5 CONC .Vermont mother b.New Jersey; Working On Own Account; Able to read and w 5 CONC rite; Owned Home; Owned Free; House; Number of Farm Schedule 3. 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 20 JAN 1920 2 _SDATE 21 JAN 1920 2 PLAC Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York 2 NOTE Letter from Albert Sherman to James Sherman in 1915 indicates Joanna ha 3 CONC d remarried, but I have not found any marriage record indicating such. 1 FAMS @F139@ 1 FAMS @F4480@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I370@ INDI 1 NAME George Washington /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN George Washington 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID BF64ECD1572D8945B4B3248C04ADE61BFB32 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 2009 1 NOTE RG98S-CWP 170.51 3/4 standing view of Capt. George Franklin, Co. A 2 CONC , 122nd Regt., Pa. Vol. Inf. He is in uniform. 2 CONT 2 CONT http://carlisle-www.army.mil/cgi-bin/usamhi/PhotoDB/FindPhotos.cfm 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 MAR 1838 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 JUL 1863 2 PLAC Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 2 NOTE some accts say 4 Jul 1863. 1 FAMS @F140@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I371@ INDI 1 NAME William Henry Harrison /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN William Henry Harrison 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID ABB61C63A3D118499290BA5D61B9F26D67B6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Chautauqua County Vital Records 2 CONT Chautauqua County Clerk P.O. Box 170 1 North Erie Street Mayvill 2 CONC e, NY 14757-0170 (716) 753-4331 Chautauqua County Genealogical So 2 CONC ciety P.O. Box 404 Fredonia, NY 14063 2 CONT Related Links: Order Birth and Death Certificates Online < 2 CONC u>Chautauqua County USGenWeb - genealogical resources USGenWeb A 2 CONC rchives Chautauqua County - transcrip 2 CONC tions of cemeteries, deeds, censuses, obituaries & other public records U 2 CONC .S. Federal Census 1820 , 1830 , 18 2 CONC 40 , 1850 , 1860 , 1870 , 1880 , 1900 , 2 CONC 1910 , 1920 , 1930 - census images for the County of Chau 2 CONC tauqua Chautauqua County Vital Records Online - GenWeb Chautauqua County Church Records - GenWeb Cemeteries of Chautauqua County, NY Census & Town Inhabitant Records of Chautauqua County 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S894@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Hi Terry--just got onto the rootsweb and was SO PLEASED to see the 2 na 4 CONC mes 4 CONT associated and the correct geographical locations. I have been absolut 4 CONC ely 4 CONT coming up with zero on the Kimble name. I do have tons of info in rela 4 CONC ted 4 CONT areas but would be so inspired if I could find a path here. I have an A 4 CONC pple 4 CONT and used the Reunion software to generate much of my information {Clari 4 CONC s works 4 CONT also}. since it is the weekend I cannot contact my computer guru--but w 4 CONC ill 4 CONT try to figure out how to send/translate/etc . One person was able to r 4 CONC ead a 4 CONT Claris document I'd sent using Microsoft Word?? 4 CONT In any case, what I do have is: 4 CONT James Franklin (1650-) m: Uni(ce) Barnes 4 CONT James Franklin (1682-1765) m: Martha Ormsby (1680-) 4 CONT Icabod Franklin (1713-) m: Esther or Hester Horton (-1739) 4 CONT Icabod Franklin (1739-aft1789) m: (1) Molly Whitman (1743-1778) 4 CONT Icabod Hatch Franklin (1764-1837) m: Levina or Lovina ? (1770-1845) 4 CONT Eber Franklin (1791-1876) m: *** Patty {?Martha} Kimble (1797-1874) 4 CONT Wm Henry Harrison Franklin (1840-1926) m: Mary Elizabeth Darling (1839- 4 CONC ) 4 CONT Walter George Franklin (1881-1965) m: Elinor Mixson or Mixon (1884-1963 4 CONC ) 4 CONT William Joyce Franklin (1919-1995) m: Margaret Eleanor O'Halloran (1923 4 CONC -80) 4 CONT to me: Diana Georgina (Franklin) Maher Turner (1946-) 4 CONT 4 CONT I have more as I've mentioned. I would so appreciate nowing if I am ba 4 CONC rking 4 CONT up the correct "tree". Thanks so much Diana LAHBarky@aol.com 4 CONT 4 CONT _______ 4 CONT _______ 4 CONT 4 CONT From: LAHBarky@aol.com 4 CONT To: ttoandiolson@hotmail.com 4 CONT Subject: yahoo--I am STOKED!! 4 CONT Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 21:58:22 EST 4 CONT Reply Reply All Forward Delete Previous Next Close 4 CONT 4 CONT Hi Terry--this is soooooo cool! You said you got the firstmessage--was t 4 CONC hat 4 CONT the names dates etc? No, I did not get the one where you told me you w 4 CONC ere my 4 CONT 3rd cousin {how DID you figure that out?} I know nothing about the 4 CONT descendents--I do have a civil war staged photo of {it HAS to be a fran 4 CONC klin 4 CONT with that profile} and various & sundry other little things. The fact t 4 CONC hat 4 CONT you have ANY leads on Martha {Patty} Kimble is fantastic. My brother,w 4 CONC ho 4 CONT lives in Conn. actually has her milk pitcher that has been passed down t 4 CONC hru my 4 CONT grandfather Walter George Franklin. I also know nothing about his1812 o 4 CONC r 4 CONT jury experience--what a find you are!! My computer guru will come tomo 4 CONC rrow 4 CONT noc & tell me all about how to get stuff & send stuff--hold on until I l 4 CONC et you 4 CONT know. PS never got the "diane" or the "apology" silly you--people al 4 CONC ways do 4 CONT that! so excited!! Later Diana 4 CONT 4 CONT _______ 4 CONT _______ 4 CONT 4 CONT From: LAHBarky@aol.com 4 CONT To: ttoandiolson@hotmail.com 4 CONT Subject: overwhelmed! 4 CONT Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 19:42:22 EST 4 CONT Reply Reply All Forward Delete Previous Next Close 4 CONT 4 CONT Dear Terry--I just got home from work {I'm an RN} and got your email--I c 4 CONC annot 4 CONT tell you haow excited I am! I called my brother, Lyon Franklin, in 4 CONT Connecticut last noc & he was very excited--were it not for him most of t 4 CONC he 4 CONT pictures, diaries, etc would have been history, literally. My computer g 4 CONC uru 4 CONT is coming tonight at 6-7PM so hopefully I will know all the ins &outs- I d 4 CONC o 4 CONT want to give you my address etc--I would be delighted to receive any & a 4 CONC ll of 4 CONT ANYTHING you have on them. I also have copies of the Franklins & Darli 4 CONC ngs & 4 CONT Lyon has more--a whole group in front of a house--all of which I will g 4 CONC et to 4 CONT you. I hope to go thru all my stuff & send it to you via Priority mail 4 CONC --I'm 4 CONT sure much of it you have but hopefully I can provide tidbits. 4 CONT Diana Turner 211 Sacramento Ave., Santa Cruz, CA 95060-6243 4 CONT phone (831) 458-2234 4 CONT 4 CONT I will go thru everything & make hard copies, pictures included, and se 4 CONC nd it 4 CONT off if you feel ok about giving me your address. 4 CONT thanks so very much Cousin Diana 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT _______ 4 CONT _______ 4 CONT 4 CONT From: LAHBarky@aol.com 4 CONT To: ttoandiolson@hotmail.com 4 CONT Subject: getting there 4 CONT Date: Sat, 20 Mar 1999 20:13:52 EST 4 CONT 4 CONT Hi Terry--I've been wading my way thru all the stuff I haven't looked a 4 CONC t in 2 4 CONT years {we moved, dick retired, etc} and have a stack of stuff I will xe 4 CONC rox & 4 CONT send to you {please keep whatever parts you like--they are copies}. Hop 4 CONC efully 4 CONT there will be a few things to add to what seems to be tons of info. the C 4 CONC ivil 4 CONT War picture I BELIEVE is George Washington Franklin--but not positive. I 4 CONC f he 4 CONT were killed in the Civil War it would be interesting to know his wife & w 4 CONC here 4 CONT or who brought them up. I mention this only because Wm HH {Harrison} F 4 CONC ranklin 4 CONT only had 2 children--my grandfather, Walter George & Ara {b 1868--d.188 4 CONC 7}. 4 CONT There was a Minnie Franklin in Fredonia NY who died in ~ 1970's and som 4 CONC e of 4 CONT her info that I came across didn't seem correct. I am still also wadin 4 CONC g 4 CONT through Walter's diaries & I'm sure will come up with more. I would so 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT appreciate anything you could send--especially the 1812, the photos, pr 4 CONC obate 4 CONT records--I have very little there. I am enclosing a death certificate f 4 CONC or 4 CONT Harrison. The Darlings prior to Mary Elizabeth have been elusive to sa 4 CONC y the 4 CONT very least--as have the Kimbles--there are a couple of Family Registers c 4 CONC opies 4 CONT included--you may require a magnifying glass to read parts but I do hav 4 CONC e the 4 CONT transcribed context also. My computer guru was by & hopefully all thin 4 CONC gs are 4 CONT pretty much automatic, but I would prefer plain text since it's set up f 4 CONC or the 4 CONT novice in me. I believe I can copy stuff I have & paste in into an ema 4 CONC il, 4 CONT which I will try soon. I tried your web address but wasn't able to ge 4 CONC t 4 CONT there. I'll try agian later or let you know what messages I get. Iwil 4 CONC l send 4 CONT the packet Monday by Priority mail & hope you will find something fun i 4 CONC n it. 4 CONT Off I go. Cuz Diana 1 SOUR @S1221@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Bertha Milspaw Notes- 4 CONT 4 CONT 1854 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23 4 CONT Simeon Franklin Lot 30 4 CONT Lathrop Francis Lot 31 4 CONT Job Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 32 4 CONT Alfred Francis Lot 23 4 CONT Cadwin Francis Lot 24 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1856 Leon 4 CONT 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin Lot 49 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Lemuel Hall Lot 55 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 4 CONT John Franklin 52 4 CONT Andrews [Andrus] Franklin 4 CONT Joseph Sherman Lot 31 4 CONT 4 CONT 1859 4 CONT Simeon Francis Lot 24, 32, 23 4 CONT George Francis 4 CONT John Franklin 4 CONT Harrison Franklin 4 CONT George Franklin 4 CONT William Franklin 4 CONT Eber Franklin Lot 23- 66 acres 4 CONT Lyman Franklin Lot 53 4 CONT Joshua Franklin Lot 50 4 CONT Daniel Franklin Lot 42 4 CONT Andrew Franklin Lot 26 4 CONT Lathrop Franklin [Francis?] Lot 46 4 CONT 4 CONT Civil War 4 CONT Conewango 4 CONT Frederick Francis 112th Inf (E) Aug 1862 4 CONT Andrus Franklin Pvt, Aug 31, 1861. -1865 4 CONT Horace Hall 9th Cav 1862 4 CONT Leonard Franklin Hall Pvt Co E, 9th Cav 1861-1864 4 CONT Philander Hall Co I. 9th Cav 1864-1865 4 CONT Leon 4 CONT George Francis Serg. Co K. 1861-1862 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 1861-1862 4 CONT Wm. S. Franklin 1861- died 4 CONT James Franklin 1864-1865 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 1861-1864 4 CONT 4 CONT Hollow Cemetery 4 CONT Ruffis Franklin 1816-1869 4 CONT Ella Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Daniel Franklin 1878- 70 yrs 4 CONT Susan Franklin, wife Daniel 1880- [50?] yrs 4 CONT Susan Melissa Franklin, wife John Franklin- age 19 yrs 4 CONT Andres Franklin 1863- no age 4 CONT Dolly Franklin, wife 1865- 80 yrs 4 CONT Sally Franklin - - - - 4 CONT Hiram Franklin 1840- 40 yrs 4 CONT Loamy Franklin- wife age 71 yrs 4 CONT George Cooper 1835-1907 4 CONT Clarinda Cooper 1849-1920 4 CONT Sarah M., wife of Delos Blanchard, age 19 yrs 4 CONT 4 CONT Treat Memorial 4 CONT Lyman Franklin - 1905, 84 yrs 4 CONT Jane Franklin- 1905 4 CONT Rebecca, wife of Andrew 1859- 31 yrs 4 CONT Melinda [Farnam], wife of Jacob- 1878 4 CONT Joseph K. Hall- 1854 4 CONT Nancy Hall, wife 1853 4 CONT Mary G Franklin 1874-1943 4 CONT Dennis J. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Beulah M. Franklin 1882-1920 4 CONT Charles H. Franklin 1848-1929 4 CONT Melvina J. Franklin 1848-1912 4 CONT Mary Gertrude- Feb 21, 1962 4 CONT 4 CONT Fairview Cemetery on Armbruster 4 CONT (May 1980 read) 4 CONT Retire C. Morgan b.Apr 21, 1813, died 5 May 1883 4 CONT Mary H. Morgan b.8 May 1813, no d.date 4 CONT A.M. Franklin 1868-1887 4 CONT Eber Franklin 4 CONT Martha Franklin 4 CONT Wm. N. Herrick 1820-1884 4 CONT Mary Herrick 1825-1866 4 CONT Louise C. Herrick 1826-1862 4 CONT Sarah R., wife of James Harrison Jr. b.Sept 20, 1864 d. 2 Aug 1890- age 2 4 CONC 5 4 CONT Sarah M. dau. of E. F & S. Lengfilter March 13, 1881- July 12 1881 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 1855 Census 4 CONT Andrew Franklin 36 4 CONT Layfayette Franklin, son 4 4 CONT 4 CONT Lyman Franklin 32 4 CONT Jane 31 4 CONT Boyden 5 4 CONT Alice 1 4 CONT 4 CONT June 1855 4 CONT Alonzo Franklin 36 4 CONT Henrietta 31 4 CONT James 8 4 CONT Charles H. 3 4 CONT 4 CONT Joseph Sherman 32 4 CONT Lovina 30 4 CONT Albert 10 4 CONT James 7 4 CONT 4 CONT John Sherman 79 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber Franklin 64 4 CONT Martha 64 4 CONT George 17 4 CONT Harrison 13 4 CONT 4 CONT William Franklin 27 4 CONT Mary [17- obv wrong] 4 CONT Asa [76- obv wrong] 4 CONT 4 CONT Cad Francis 59 4 CONT Bantha Francis 63 4 CONT Simeon Francis 32 4 CONT Eliza Francis 21 4 CONT Harrison Hall 31 son-in-law 4 CONT Delinda Hall 26 daughter 4 CONT Delos Franklin 15 4 CONT Leona Franklin 6 Erie 4 CONT Alfred Francis 24 4 CONT Jane Francis 31 wife Washington 4 CONT Nelson Francis 4 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 NOV 1840 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1896 AND 1926 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1896 2 PLAC Pomfret, Chautauqua county, New York 2 NOTE West Main Road 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1896 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1896 2 PLAC [Fredonia?], Pomfret township, Chautauqua county, New York 2 NOTE rem 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Fredonia Village, Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Fredonia Village, Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York 2 NOTE Has roomers in 1920: Frank and Nellie Johnson and their two children ag 3 CONC es 8 and 12, as well as a boarder- John P. O'Brien; image 3 of 22, ance 3 CONC stry.com ED #175, Chautauqua County, New York. Fruit Farmer. Says both p 3 CONC arents b.VT. 1 RESI on West Main Road 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Pomfret Township, Chautauqua County, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 APR 1926 2 PLAC Pomfret, Chautauqua county, New York 2 SOUR @S1111@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT death record, Chautauqua County, New York, no. 27366 registered #23 5 CONT 5 CONT general arteriosclerosis. 5 CONT 5 CONT parents listed as Eber Franklin, b.Chelsey, VT and Patty Kimble, b.New J 5 CONC ersey 5 CONT 5 CONT residence West Main Road, Pomfret, Chautauqua County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT d.5 April 1926, 8 am. Age 85 years, 4 months, 11 days 5 CONT 5 CONT buried Forest Hill Cemetery 7 April 1926 5 CONT 5 CONT b.Leon, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT retired Farmer 1 BURI 2 DATE 7 APR 1926 2 PLAC Fredonia, Pomfret Twp, Chautauqua County, New York 2 SOUR @S1111@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT death record, Chautauqua County, New York, no. 27366 registered #23 5 CONT 5 CONT general arteriosclerosis. 5 CONT 5 CONT parents listed as Eber Franklin, b.Chelsey, VT and Patty Kimble, b.New J 5 CONC ersey 5 CONT 5 CONT residence West Main Road, Pomfret, Chautauqua County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT d.5 April 1926, 8 am. Age 85 years, 4 months, 11 days 5 CONT 5 CONT buried Forest Hill Cemetery 7 April 1926 5 CONT 5 CONT b.Leon, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT retired Farmer 1 OCCU Farmer 1 FAMS @F141@ 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I372@ INDI 1 NAME Grace? /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Grace? 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 21258CB683A6B640B23888384D3ECBFCA3A3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1841 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1841 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 2 NOTE If there was a daughter named Grace, she died young; Martha is said to h 3 CONC ave had only 12 children. See for example, Eber's death notice in the C 3 CONC attaraugus Newspaper, and the family Bible record of Harrison and Mary E 3 CONC lizabeth (Darling) Franklin. 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F91@ 0 @I373@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX F 1 _UID C5102E56837F1B4DAC3B5F1EE1CA5D7BAA62 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 NOV 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1828 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1828 2 NOTE She had to be born earlier than this to be the wife of Andrew Fr 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 JUN 1859 2 NOTE There's a possibility that Rebecca was the mother who killed And 2 SOUR @S423@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F132@ 1 FAMC @F236@ 0 @I374@ INDI 1 NAME Susan Aurora /Wilcox/ 2 GIVN Susan Aurora 2 SURN Wilcox 1 SEX F 1 _UID F31B7F5AD32AAD40AD3CC379757F24D3E164 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 NOV 1839 2 PLAC Collins, Erie county, New York 1 DEAT 2 CAUS La grippe (flu) 2 DATE 17 FEB 1901 2 PLAC West Concord, Dodge County, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F133@ 0 @I375@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX F 1 _UID BBA21C7F2C7F104FB6D6BDF8239B56C118AF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1824 2 SOUR @S234@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 JAN 1892 1 BURI 2 PLAC Kingsley Cemetery in Townville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1 FAMS @F134@ 1 FAMC @F321@ 0 @I376@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Coe/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Coe 1 SEX F 1 _UID D987B13E7DB45045A454A2B3E771D8881A50 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 DEC 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE FEB 1824 2 _SDATE 15 FEB 1824 2 PLAC New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 APR 1905 1 FAMS @F135@ 0 @I377@ INDI 1 NAME George C. /Filley/ 2 GIVN George C. 2 SURN Filley 1 SEX M 1 _UID 16D876AF32CCD348A893CF9B8E884DEC20BD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 AUG 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1822 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 NOV 1907 1 FAMS @F136@ 1 FAMC @F322@ 0 @I378@ INDI 1 NAME Samantha J. /Durfee/ 2 GIVN Samantha J. 2 SURN Durfee 1 SEX F 1 _UID 352D9AECE0AFE546AD1F68E59BCE15407932 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 DEC 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUN 1832 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 NOV 1929 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE 4 NOV 1929 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 FAMS @F137@ 1 FAMC @F657@ 0 @I380@ INDI 1 NAME Freeman /MILKS/ 2 GIVN Freeman 2 SURN MILKS 1 SEX M 1 _UID EAEEE704BDEDC748A76893F2CAD7BEAB1AD1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 19 NOV 2006 1 NOTE From Cattaraugus County Testators Index: 2 CONT 2 CONT MILKS, FREEMAN DAYTON5-17-389 1 BIRT 2 DATE JUL 1831 2 _SDATE 15 JUL 1831 2 SOUR @S356@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 19 MAY 1873 2 PLAC Little Valley, Cattaraurus co., NY 2 NOTE Petit Juror (with Stephen R. Hall Jr.) 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1900 2 PLAC Dayton, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE http://www.sampubco.com/wills/ny/nycattaraugus05.htm 3 CONT MILKS, FREEMAN DAYTON NY-5-17-389 2 SOUR @S439@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F139@ 0 @I381@ INDI 1 NAME Diana P. /Russell/ 2 GIVN Diana P. 2 SURN Russell 1 SEX F 1 _UID A270990BC1438F42BBA08B5817EDBBE87025 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 FEB 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 APR 1841 2 PLAC Guys Mills, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 2 NOTE may be 20 April. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1890 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1890 2 PLAC P.O. Guy's Mills, Randolph, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 2 NOTE 1890 Census, Veterans' schedules, as George Franklin's widow. 3 CONT Diana P. Franklin 1 RESI 2 DATE 18 SEP 1916 2 PLAC 418 Third Avenue, Warren, Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1 RESI 2 DATE 30 AUG 1926 2 PLAC 2 Brook Street, Warren, Pennsylvania 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 APR 1928 2 PLAC Warren, Pennsylvania 1 FAMS @F3983@ 1 FAMS @F140@ 0 @I382@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Elizabeth /DARLING/ 2 GIVN Mary Elizabeth 2 SURN DARLING 1 SEX F 1 _UID A8912B535FA65B499FD909747C907234075E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1839 2 PLAC New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F141@ 1 FAMC @F371@ 0 @I383@ INDI 1 NAME William /Franklin/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID D37C7CEBF5E79442A6CDB63B3325EA5C6A4F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 SEP 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 NOV 1789 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 SOUR @S709@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1840 Madison, Butler County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT William Franklin 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 f < 5 5 CONT 1 f 15 < 20 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Pleasant Valley, Madison County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S708@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1850 Pleasant Valley, Madison County, Ohio census 5 CONT written p.615, typed p.286 5 CONT 5 CONT 27 Sept 1850 5 CONT 5 CONT Fam/Dwell 23 5 CONT 5 CONT William Franklin 60 Brick Maker b.VT 5 CONT Sarah 59 [52? looks like 2 turned into 9] b.NY 5 CONT John 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT William 14 b.O 5 CONT Susan 12 b.O 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F3123@ 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I384@ INDI 1 NAME Sophia /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Sophia 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID BEAA3AF724B4F04EBD600EA5E6C79CDEA62F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 SEP 1793 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I386@ INDI 1 NAME Whitman /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Whitman 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9F1C672A3121D84B8ECAE81E7059A01FA748 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 FEB 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 JUN 1798 2 PLAC Vermont 2 NOTE His son, Oliver's, death record, and census readings, indicate h 1 RESI 2 DATE 1822 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1822 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE ABT 1846 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1846 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin? 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin? 2 NOTE near Galena, Jo Davies Co., Illinios? 2 SOUR @S235@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F142@ 1 FAMS @F144@ 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I387@ INDI 1 NAME Betsey (Elizabeth?) /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Betsey (Elizabeth?) 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6CFE08672D59E1469EC1CFA5D08D3458426D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JUN 1802 2 PLAC (Chili, Monroe county?), New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I388@ INDI 1 NAME Polly (Mary?) /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Polly (Mary?) 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX F 1 _UID 48B2E46AA86BBF409AAAF7A672706BCF5732 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 DEC 2005 1 NOTE There's a Polly Carpenter, 59, in Leon with son Franklin, 18, in 1870. S 2 CONC he should be 66 if it's Polly Franklin. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1804 2 PLAC (Chili, Monroe county?), New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I389@ INDI 1 NAME Ichabod /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ichabod 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 067265E3CEA6844E869125266C688FA36E37 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 JUN 1811 2 PLAC Chili, Monroe county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE ABT 1846 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1846 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin? 1 EVEN purchased real estate, 40 acres in Section 33 of T14N R15E 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1 AUG 1849 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 NOV 1882 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 FAMS @F143@ 1 FAMC @F92@ 0 @I390@ INDI 1 NAME Laura /Poole/ 2 GIVN Laura 2 SURN Poole 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3F03D9E64044E74EA9490F0F48555FC48AE6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 APR 2005 1 FAMS @F142@ 1 FAMC @F196@ 0 @I391@ INDI 1 NAME Laura /Harmon/ 2 GIVN Laura 2 SURN Harmon 1 SEX F 1 _UID 625BF45F0DBE1E47ABC6EEC337DAE876D1E6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 NOV 2004 1 NOTE Cheryl Harmon Bills , is a 6th cousin to Laura Harmon F 2 CONC ranklin wife of Ichabod youngest brother of Eber and Whitman. 2 CONT 2 CONT From the Family Tree Archives at ancestry.com, I found a submission for I 2 CONC chabod Franklin b.1811 married to Laura Harmon, daughter of Simeon and B 2 CONC etsy (Streeter) Harmon; son of Simeon and Sarah (Smith) Harmon; son of S 2 CONC imeon and Mercy (Spencer) Harmon. 2 CONT BeanC@Ricks.edu 2 CONT The death date for Ichabod is given as 26 Nov 1882 in Waupun, Fond du L 2 CONC ac co., WI. 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S239@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 FEB 1816 2 PLAC Wheatland, Genesee county, New York 2 SOUR @S763@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT ID: I134512 Name: Laura HARMON Surname: HAR 5 CONC MON Given Name: Laura Sex: F Birth: 18 Feb 1816 in C 5 CONC hili, Cattaraugus, New York Death: AFT 1894 in Waupun, Fond du L 5 CONC ac, Wisconsin _UID: EC000178AF4BD611BFD4109654C1000094ED Chan 5 CONC ge Date: 9 Apr 2002 at 12:01:07 5 CONT 5 CONT Father: Simeon HARMON III b: 25 Dec 1789 in Bennington, Bennington, Vermont 5 CONT Mother: Betsy STREETER b: 14 Jan 1793 in Phelps, Ontario, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Marriage 1 Ichabod FRANKLIN b: 22 Jul 1811 in Chili, Cattaraugus, New York 5 CONT Married: 17 Nov 1833 in Leon, Cattaraugus, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1894 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1895 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 FAMS @F143@ 1 FAMC @F3177@ 0 @I392@ INDI 1 NAME John /McDowell/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX M 1 _UID B17FB895FB42B04A8E5611600734C2F6FC78 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 AUG 2009 1 NOTE Found in Winchester, New Hampshire records, along with the rest of this f 2 CONC amily- likely born there, as he is not in the Shrewsbury records of bir 2 CONC th. Levinah's mother and step-father and their family were removing to W 2 CONC inchester about this time, and Alexander and Levinah's family did as we 2 CONC ll, but perhaps not until about a year later- around 1767. See note und 2 CONC er William McDowell's birth. 2 CONT 2 CONT ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 2 CONC ? 2 CONT 2 CONT Massachusetts VRs to 1850 on NEHGS website 2 CONT McDOWEL John and Abigail Low, Feb. 19, 1799. Image more <../vital_records/browse.asp?id=608238&o 2 CONC id=608238&page=2> Marriage Chelsea <../vital_records/town_info.a 2 CONC sp?place_id=52> 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAR 1765 2 PLAC Shrewsbury, Worcester county, Massachusetts? 2 NOTE Winchester, NH, according to the records there and in Chelsea, Vermont. 3 CONT 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BAPM 2 DATE 15 JUL 1765 2 PLAC Shrewsbury, Worcester county, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S390@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I393@ INDI 1 NAME William /McDowell/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX M 1 _UID 270DF763139C034D99792156DAF82994A5E8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 NOV 2009 1 NOTE The Winchester, NH; and Chelsea, VT; VRs, record a birth of 11 April, 1 2 CONC 767, but I believe the Worcester birth (baptised there 26 April 1767) i 2 CONC s this William, the same date is given in Palmer, Hampden County, Massa 2 CONC chusetts as the birth date. 2 CONT 2 CONT ????????????????????/ 2 CONT 2 CONT Massachusetts Town Birth Records 2 CONT 2 CONT about Alexander McDowell 2 CONT Name: Alexander McDowell 2 CONT Birth Date: 11 Apr 1788 2 CONT Birth Place: Palmer 2 CONT Father's First Name: William 2 CONT Mother's First Name: Hannah 2 CONT Gender: Male 2 CONT Source: Vital Records of Palmer 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Or did Rev. Alexander McDowell have another grandson named William that t 2 CONC his refers to? 2 CONT 2 CONT The list of children (male and female only) that I have does not includ 2 CONC e a male the age that Alexander, son of William, would be. 2 CONT 2 CONT Is there a son of Rev. Alexander McDowell names Alexander who had son W 2 CONC Illiam who has same year birth date as other Alexander? Or is WIlliam s 2 CONC on of another child of Rev. Alexander McDowell? 1 SOUR @S707@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT THOMAS C. McDOWELL, farmer, P. O. Milford Center, is a grandson o 4 CONC f John McDowell, and a son of William G. McDowell, and Rebecca Paris, h 4 CONC is wife. John and William G. McDowell were natives of Pennsylvania, who c 4 CONC ame to this county at an early day, and settled on a farm of eighty acr 4 CONC es in Union Township. To this farm William G. afterward made additions, u 4 CONC ntil, at his death, in 1855, it consisted of 320 acres. He was an exten 4 CONC sive farmer, and one of the leading stock dealers in the county, and ga 4 CONC ve his entire attention to these two branches of industry. His widow is s 4 CONC till living, and is now in the sixty-seventh year of her age. They rais 4 CONC ed a family of seven children, four boys and three girls, of whom five a 4 CONC re now living, our subject being the second son of the family. He was b 4 CONC orn on the homestead farm in 1843, and in August 1861, enlisted in Comp 4 CONC any B, Thirty-second Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served until the clos 4 CONC e of the war, a term of three years and eleven months. He participated i 4 CONC n the battles of Harper's Ferry, Champion Hills and siege of Vicksburg, r 4 CONC emaining at the latter place until February, when the regiment reenlist 4 CONC ed. After a thirty-day scout, the command went to Meridian, Miss., wher 4 CONC e they received a thirty-day furlough and returned home. After the expi 4 CONC ration of their leave of absence, they returned to Memphis, crossed Ten 4 CONC nessee and joined Sherman's army, at Shanty Station, Ga. Mr. McDowell s 4 CONC erved at the battles of Marietta, Kenesaw Mountain and Atlanta, Februar 4 CONC y 22, where he was taken prisoner, and after sixty days in Andersonvill 4 CONC e, was released on a special exchange between Sherman and Hood, returni 4 CONC ng to his command; and he was in Sherman's march at the sea, and at the b 4 CONC attle of Raleigh, N. C., where he witnessed the surrender of the rebel G 4 CONC en. Lee. He afterward took part in the grand review, and was mustered o 4 CONC ut of the service at Louisville, Ky., July 25, 1865. After he returned t 4 CONC o civil life he remained at home, where he was married in 1869, to Emil 4 CONC y Mitchell, a daughter of J. Mitchell, and a native of this county. To t 4 CONC his union five children were born, three surviving, viz.: Eddie M., Eff 4 CONC ie L. and Lutrella. Mr. McDowell is a member of the Grand Army of the R 4 CONC epublic, and of the Ex-Prisoners' Association of Columbus. He is a memb 4 CONC er of the United Presbyterian Church at Unionville, and a Republican in p 4 CONC olitics. 4 CONT 4 CONT W. H. ROBINSON, farmer, P. O. Unionville Center, a descendant of p 4 CONC ioneer stock, and a son of Samuel, a native of York County, Penn., who m 4 CONC igrating to the West, purchased 400 acres of land on the banks of the B 4 CONC ig Darby. In 1806, he removed to Franklin County, where he was married t 4 CONC o Miss Martha Hunter. Subsequently he returned to this county and settl 4 CONC ed on his purchase, where he reared a family and died. He was an expert w 4 CONC ith the broad ax, and hewed out the coffin that contained the remains o 4 CONC f-Samuel McCullough, the first person buried in the Mitchell Cemetery i 4 CONC n Darby Township. He was a good scholar and adherent of temperance, and o 4 CONC ne of the first organizers of the associate Presbyterian Church, and a m 4 CONC an established in the hearts of all who knew him. The subject of this s 4 CONC ketch was born on the homestead January 14, 1822. His farm embraces 160 a 4 CONC cres of the original farm. He was married in January 1850, In Jerome To 4 CONC wnship, to Miss Elizabeth McCampbell, a sister of J. T. McCampbell, and a n 4 CONC ative of this county. Six children born to this union are all living, v 4 CONC iz.: James C., Mary J, wife of W. McDowell; Rosa, wife of John Robinson 4 CONC ; Elinor, Frank and Mertie. The family are connected with the United Pr 4 CONC esbyterian Church of Unionville, and among the oldest and respected fam 4 CONC ilies of the county. 1 SOUR @S1450@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Palmer, Hampden County, Massachusetts VRs 4 CONT 4 CONT Eunice McDowell 8 Jun 1782 Palmer 4 CONT MCDOWELL, Eunice, d. William and Hannah, Aug. 3, 1782. (died) 4 CONT Alexander McDowell 11 Apr 1788 Palmer 4 CONT Hannah McDowell 14 Jan 1790 Palmer 4 CONT Hannah McDowell 11 Jul 1783 Palmer 4 CONT Hannah, d. William and Hannah, Feb. 6, 1785. (died) 4 CONT Harper McDowell 4 May 1795 Palmer 4 CONT Harper, s. William and Hannah, July 6, 1795. (died) 4 CONT Katie McDowell 29 Oct 1793 Palmer 4 CONT Katie, d. William and Hannah, Jan. 24, 1794. (died) 4 CONT Sally McDowell 20 May 1802 Palmer 4 CONT William McDowell 26 Aug 1785 Palmer 4 CONT William, s. William and Hannah, July 5, 1788. (died) 4 CONT William McDowell 24 Dec 1791 Palmer 4 CONT William, s. William and Hannah, Jan. 19, 1792. (died) 4 CONT Zina McDowell 25 Feb 1797 Palmer 4 CONT Ira McDowell 9 Apr 1800 Monson 4 CONT Williom Harper McDowell 16 Jul 1805 Monson 4 CONT 4 CONT Hannah, wid., Sept. 27, 1845, a. 82. C.R. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1767 2 PLAC probably near Worcester, Worcester county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE 11 April, 1767: Winchester, NH; and Chelsea, VT; VRs 3 CONT 26 April 1767: Worcester and Colrain. 3 CONT Is one the date of birth and the other the date of baptism? 3 CONT 3 CONT Not sure if born in Shrewsbury, Mass; Worcester, Mass; Colrain, Mass; o 3 CONC r Winchester, NH. Probably born in or near Worcester if baptised there. 2 SOUR @S1379@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1767 McDowell William, b. Apr. 26, 1767 of Alexander ( 5 CONC born in Worcester) 5 CONT 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S391@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Name: William MCDOWELL Birth Date: April 26, 1767 Birth Place: Worceste 5 CONC r Mother's Name: - Father's Name: Alexander Sex: M 1 BAPM 2 DATE 26 APR 1767 2 PLAC First Church, Worcester, Worcester county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE First Church Baptisms, Worcester VRs, Mass VRs to 1850. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1800 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1800 2 PLAC Chelsea, Orange county, Vermont 2 SOUR @S684@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1800 Chelsea, Orange County, Vermont census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.1 of 5 5 CONT Wm McDole 2 - - 1 - f 1 1 - 1 - 5 CONT 5 CONT p.3 of 5 5 CONT Nath'l Oak 1 1 4 4 2 f 1 1 2 - 1 5 CONT 5 CONT Icahbod Franklin - 1 - - 1 f - - - - 1 5 CONT Ichabod Franklin Jr. 4 - - 1 - f 1 - - 1 - 5 CONT 5 CONT p.4 of 5 5 CONT Nath'l Bosworth 1 CENS 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Riga, Genesee county, New York? 2 NOTE Not sure if he is the same William- listed in Riga as 45+ but he should b 3 CONC e 43? 2 SOUR @S653@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1810 Riga, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Abraham Low (served in War of 1812 in close association with Eber Frank 5 CONC lin) 5 CONT 1810 Riga, Genesee County, New York 5 CONT 5 CONT Benjamin Kimble [bottom half illegible on census page] 5 CONT 3 - - 1 - f 1 - - 1 5 CONT 3 m < 10 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 (b.1765-1784) 5 CONT 1 f <10 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT Benjamin is listed next on census after Abraham Low, who served in the W 5 CONC ar of 1812 in close association with Eber Franklin, as did Nathan Kimbl 5 CONC e. Eber Franklin, Daniel Bennett and Abraham Low were each other's witn 5 CONC esses that they all marched from Chili to Buffalo and back. Furthermore 5 CONC , Eber Franklin's second "1/2 cousin," Harriett Franklin- a descendant o 5 CONC f Ichabod Franklin and Hannah Andrews, daughter of James Franklin and B 5 CONC etsey Oathout, married Peter Low/Lowe, son of Abram/Abraham Low/Lowe an 5 CONC d Catharine Bigler. According to "TOWN OF NAPOLI," page 820, BIOGRAPHIC 5 CONC AL SKETCHES FROM: "HISTORICAL GAZETTEER AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIAL of 5 CONT CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, NY, ed by WILLIAM ADAMS, Published 1893, this is th 5 CONC e Abraham Low who served in the War of 1812. The Low's were from New Je 5 CONC rsey. 5 CONT 5 CONT An interesting side note is that in the following early history of the L 5 CONC ow/Lowe family, according to this source , there are connections to the Bogarts/Bo 5 CONC gerts and the Delamaters. 5 CONT 5 CONT Stephen Streeter 5 CONT 5 CONT Elias Streeter 5 CONT John Kimble 2 1 1 1 - f 2 1 1 1 - 5 CONT 2 m <10 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 m 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 5 CONT 2 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 f 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT James Franklin Jr. 5 CONT 5 CONT Asa Franklin 5 CONT 5 CONT William McDowel 1 2 - - 1 f 2 1 - 1 - 5 CONT 1 m <10 5 CONT 2 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 m 45+ 5 CONT 2 f < 10 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 5 CONT p.3 of 3 (p.144) 5 CONT 5 CONT Levi Sikes 5 CONT Ichobod Franklin - 2 2 1 1 f 2 1 - 1 5 CONT 5 CONT Arruga (Amiga? no dot for the i) [Arroya in ancestry.com index] Frankli 5 CONC n 5 CONT 5 CONT James Franklin 5 CONT Henry Franklin 1 CENS 2 DATE 1820 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1820 2 SOUR @S713@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT William McDowell 3 1 - - 1 1 f - - - 1 - 1 - - 1 5 CONT 3 m < 10 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 1 m 26 < 45 5 CONT 1 m 45 + 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 1 foreigner not naturalized 5 CONT 1 person in manufactures 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4255@ 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I394@ INDI 1 NAME Eber /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Eber 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX M 1 _UID 16D9D7DB6E3D2C419BD96FF150320ADBF49B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 SEP 2009 1 NOTE http://www.ausbcomp.com/~bbott/cowley/Oldnews/Papersup/885_11wc.htm 2 CONT 2 CONT Winfield Courier, Thursday, November 19, 1885. 2 CONT A great stir has recently been made in this country over the settlement b 2 CONC y the British government, of the enormous Towney estate. Sedgwick and H 2 CONC arvey counties have come forth with heirs to this estate, and now Winfi 2 CONC eld bobs up serenely, and claims several millions of this "Hould Hingla 2 CONC nd" lucre. Capt. H. G. Johnson and the Bosley family, of this city, are h 2 CONC eirs, and prepared to prove it. The estate has been in chancery for man 2 CONC y years, and its settlement is thus chronicled. 2 CONT "The Liverpool Post announces that the British government has de 2 CONC cided to pay over to all the legal heirs of the Lawrence Towney estate t 2 CONC heir proportion of the money due. The estate amounts to the enormous su 2 CONC m of $800,000,000 in money and 40,000 acres of land, a great part of wh 2 CONC ich is city and village property. The estate would have been divided ma 2 CONC ny years ago, but through the false claim of one Orange was thrown into c 2 CONC hancery, where it remained for twenty-six years. The estate was inherit 2 CONC ed by four brothers of the Chase family, three of whom, William, Aquill 2 CONC a, and Thomas, came to this country before the Revolutionary war. The d 2 CONC irect heirs of these three brothers number about eight hundred. Mrs. Ga 2 CONC tes, of Newton, Kansas, is a granddaughter of Thomas Chase, the last na 2 CONC med of the three brothers. After her father's death twelve years ago, M 2 CONC rs. Gates' uncle made an effort to gain possession of the vast estate t 2 CONC hat it might be properly divided among the heirs, and just when it seem 2 CONC ed that their efforts were to be crowned with success, a legal quibble o 2 CONC verthrew all their plans and the work of years was lost. The papers at t 2 CONC hat time made out, tracing the lineage of the Chase family, are now on f 2 CONC ile in the public archives at Washington, D. C. Of Mrs. Gates' uncles b 2 CONC ut one is alive, Ezekiel Chase. He lives at El Dora, White County, Illi 2 CONC nois. Mrs. Gates has four brothers. Lewis, the eldest, lives at Kirksvi 2 CONC lle, Missouri, Ezra at El Dora, Illinois, and Carlisle and Martin at Ap 2 CONC pleton City, Missouri. The latter is a Methodist preacher. Mrs. Gates w 2 CONC ill be entitled to several million dollars when the estate is settled." 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Capt. H. G. Johnson, of this city, and his cousin, A. C. McDowell, of P 2 CONC lain City, Ohio, who is now visiting him, are lineal "descendants from t 2 CONC he Aquilla Chase mentioned in the above article, they being the eighth g 2 CONC eneration, viz: Aquilla Chase; Moses Chase, Sr.; Moses Chase, Jr.; Eliz 2 CONC abeth Chase (daughter of Moses Chase, Jr.), married Joshua Baily; Eliza 2 CONC beth Baily (daughter of Joshua Baily) married Samuel Titcomb; Nancy (da 2 CONC ughter of Samuel and Nancy Titcomb) married Eber McDowell, Sr., and Ebe 2 CONC r and Nancy McDowell were the grandparents of Capt. Johnson and Mr. McD 2 CONC owell. 1 SOUR @S383@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1034@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Madison/MadisonDarbyH.htm 4 CONT TOWNSHIP HISTORIES. 4 CONT CHAPTER I. 4 CONT 4 CONT DARBY TOWNSHIP. 4 CONT 4 CONT BY DR. JEREMIAH CONVERSE. 4 CONT 4 CONT DARBY TOWNSHIP. - 613 4 CONT 4 CONT Eber McDowell came to this township in the year 1818, and purchased a f 4 CONC arm abort two miles west of the Converse settlement. He was a soldier i 4 CONC n the war of 1812. The regiment to which he belonged was ordered to ree 4 CONC nforce the troops at Plattsburg, but arrived too late to participate in t 4 CONC he bloody contest. At the battle of Lake Erie. his regiment, with other 4 CONC s, was guarding the approach and landing of the British forces on the A 4 CONC merican shore, where he witnessed on the lake the hard-fought battle of C 4 CONC ommodore Perry's victory He was full of the patriotic spirit of '70. an 4 CONC d when the Southern rebellion broke out, as old as he was, he was anxio 4 CONC us to shoulder the musket and march to the battle-field in defense of t 4 CONC he stars and stripes. With others. he experienced much of the hard time 4 CONC s incident to the early settlers. Though the price of land was seemingl 4 CONC y very low, yet all the farm products were correspondingly reduced: and i 4 CONC n order to make the last payment for his home. he sold and delivered 20 4 CONC 0 bushels of corn to Mr. Wright, of Dublin, Franklin County, for 10 cen 4 CONC ts per bushel. This delivery was made by wagoning, with a heavy pair of c 4 CONC attle, a distance of fifteen miles, requiring two days to make a round t 4 CONC rip. These cattle were also sold to the same party for $27. The money t 4 CONC hus obtained enabled him to procure 4 CONT 4 CONT 614 - HISTORY OF MADISON COUNTY. 4 CONT a deed for the farm on which he spent his days. He died at the advanced a 4 CONC ge of ninety-six years. Samuel McDowell. the only child living, became t 4 CONC he owner of the home of his youth. and was a resident of this township f 4 CONC or fifty years or more. He made farming a success. In the decline of li 4 CONC fe. he retired from active business. sold his farm, and is now a reside 4 CONC nt of the city of Columbus. owning stock in the Wassal Fire Clay Compan 4 CONC y of that city. There are a few of the descendants of this family resid 4 CONC ents of Plain City. The most, if not all, are the children and grandchi 4 CONC ldren of T. L. McDowell, the most of whose life was spent in this towns 4 CONC hip. He was a mechanic, devoting his time to his trade. and for many ye 4 CONC ars a resident of Plain City. 1 SOUR @S1216@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Eber McDowell came to this township in the year 1818, and purchased a f 4 CONC arm about two miles west of the Converse settlement. He was a soldier i 4 CONC n the war of 1812. The regiment to which he belonged was ordered to ree 4 CONC nforce the troops at Plattsburg, hut arrived too late to participate in t 4 CONC he bloody contest. At the battle of Lake Erie, his regiment. with other 4 CONC s, was guarding the approach and landing of the British forces on the A 4 CONC merican shore, where he witnessed on the lake the hard-fought battle of C 4 CONC ommodore Perry's victory. He was full of the patriotic spirit of '76. a 4 CONC nd when the Southern rebellion broke out, as old as he was, he was anxi 4 CONC ous to shoulder the musket and march to the battle-field in defense of t 4 CONC he stars and stripes. With others, he experienced much of the hard time 4 CONC s incident to the early settlers. Though the price of land was seemingl 4 CONC y very low, yet all the farm products were correspondingly reduced; and 4 CONC , in order to make the last payment for his home, he sold and delivered 2 4 CONC 00 bushels of corn to Mr. Wright, of Dublin, Franklin Coanty, for 10 ce 4 CONC nts per bushel. This delivery was made by wagoning, with a heavy pair o 4 CONC f cattle, a distance of fifteen miles, requiring two days to make a rou 4 CONC nd trip. These cattle were also sold to the same party for $27. The mon 4 CONC ey thus obtained enabled him to procure a deed for the farm on which he s 4 CONC pent his days. He died at the advanced age of ninety-six years. Samuel M 4 CONC cDowell, the only child living, became the owner of the home of his you 4 CONC th, and was a resident of this township for fifty years or more. He mad 4 CONC e farming a success. In the decline of life, he retired from active bus 4 CONC iness, sold his farm, and is now a resident of the city of Columbus, ow 4 CONC ning stock in the Wassal Fire Clay Company of that city. There are a fe 4 CONC w of the descendants of this family residents of Plain City. The most, i 4 CONC f not all, are the children and grandchildren of T. L. McDowell, the mo 4 CONC st of whose life was spent in this township. He was a mechanic, devotin 4 CONC g his time to his trade. .and for many years a resident of Plain City. 1 SOUR @S1343@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) 4 CONT about Eben MCDOWELL 4 CONT Name: Eben MCDOWELL 4 CONT Birth Date: 177? 4 CONT Birthplace: Vermont 4 CONT Volume: 114 4 CONT Page Number: 73 4 CONT Reference: Vermont Marriages. Montpeilier, Burlington, Berlin. B 4 CONC oston, Ms. 1903. (V.1.): 67 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 FEB 1773 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1810 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1810 2 PLAC Berlin, Orange County, Vermont 2 SOUR @S699@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1810 Berlin, Orange County, Vermont census 5 CONT 5 CONT Eber McDowel 3 1 - 1 - 2 - - 1 - - - 1 CENS 2 DATE 1820 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1820 2 PLAC Darby, Madison County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S698@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1820 Darby, Madison County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT indexed on ancestry.com as "Eber dowel (Unknown)" 5 CONT 5 CONT Eber McDowel 3 2 - 2 - 1 1 - 2 1 - - 1 5 CONT 3 m < 10 5 CONT 2 m 10 < 16 5 CONT 2 m 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 m 45+ 5 CONT 1 f < 10 5 CONT 2 f 16 < 26 5 CONT 1 f 26 < 45 5 CONT 1 person involved in agriculture 1 CENS 2 DATE 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 2 PLAC Darby, Madison County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S697@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1830 Darby, Madison County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT (indexed on ancestry.com as Eber Mc Donal) 5 CONT 5 CONT Eber Mcdowal - 1 - 2 4 - - 1 f - - 1 - - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 5 < 10 5 CONT 2 m 15 < 20 5 CONT 4 m 20 < 30 5 CONT 1 m 50 < 60 5 CONT 1 f 10 < 15 5 CONT 1 f 50 < 60 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Darby, Madison County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S692@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1840 Darby, Madison County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT Eber Mc Dowell - - - 1 - 1 - - 1 f - - - - - - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m 15 < 20 5 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 5 CONT 1 m 60 < 70 5 CONT 1 f 60 < 70 5 CONT 5 CONT Andrew Mc Dowell 1 - - - - 1 f - - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 5 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Darby, Madison County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S691@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1850 Darby, Madison County, Ohio census 5 CONT 2 Oct 1850 typed 281 B 5 CONT 5 CONT Fam/Dwell 28 5 CONT Samuel McDowell 40 Farmer 2,100 b.VT 5 CONT Electa O. 35 b.VT 5 CONT Joseph M. 5 b.O 5 CONT Samuel L/S*. 5/12 b.O 5 CONT Lucy A. Lages/Lager/Sages* 11 b.O 5 CONT Nancy Bowers 33 b.O 5 CONT Eber McDowell 77 Farmer b.Mass 5 CONT Nancy 71 b.Mass. 5 CONT John Guy 20 Laborer b.O 5 CONT 5 CONT census enumerator's S's and L's are identical. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Darby, Madison County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S696@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1860 Darby, Madison County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT 144/155 5 CONT Samuel McDowl 52 Farmer 4,000 1,200 b.VT 5 CONT Electa 44 VT 5 CONT Milan 15 [F] b.O 5 CONT Smith 11 [M] b.O 5 CONT Flora E. 9 b.O 5 CONT David E. 7 b.O 5 CONT John A. 2 b.O 5 CONT Eber McDowl 87 Retired Farmer b.Mass 5 CONT Nancy 82 b.Mass 5 CONT Francis M. Wilson 16 [M] Farm Hand b.O 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 1869 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1869 2 PLAC [Darby, Madison County?] Ohio 2 NOTE 96 yrs old. 2 SOUR @S385@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 OCCU Circuit Rider 1 FAMS @F1315@ 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I395@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX M 1 _UID CC0CAEE2873A0B4186CC95FC3F6243D10DA2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 SEP 2009 1 NOTE Nathaniel's birth did not make it into the Chelsea, Vermont, records, w 2 CONC hich were copied for this family from the Winchester, NH, records., The 2 CONC refore, Nathaniel likely died very young. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1775 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1775 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I396@ INDI 1 NAME Molly /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Molly 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9A75D125908A6C45B9A9791F3120065C7D81 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 DEC 2004 1 NOTE As the birth for Nathaniel is recorded in Winchester for 1775, Molly's b 2 CONC irth was more likely a year later- unless the year for Nathaniel is inc 2 CONC orrect. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 APR 1775 OR 1776 2 _SDATE 11 APR 1775 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I397@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX M 1 _UID 85400962F0D12A43824E8DD230263439502F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 DEC 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 MAR 1779 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I398@ INDI 1 NAME Susannah "Susan" /McDowell/ 2 GIVN Susannah "Susan" 2 SURN McDowell 1 SEX F 1 _UID CE7BAD57B0FD7747B8657494A67038ACD75D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 SEP 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 OCT 1785 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S389@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 SEP 1850 2 PLAC Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S1179@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.ci.keene.nh.us/library/vitalstatistics/deaths1st.htm 5 CONT 5 CONT Town of Keene, New Hampshire 5 CONT Vital Statistics 1742 - 1881 5 CONT Deaths S - T 5 CONT 5 CONT Town, Old Mr., d. Feb. 14, 1790. 5 CONT Towne, Andrew, d, July 26, 1865, 96 y., ½ m, 5 CONT Towne, Delia E., daughter of Warren C. Towne, d. Mar. 16, 1876, 25 y., 1 m 5 CONC ., 14 d. 5 CONT Towne, Elisha and Harriet. Child: Lizzie M., d. July 16, 1869, 28 y., 4 m 5 CONC . 5 CONT Towne, Eliza Ann, wife of A. Dexter Towne, d. Dec. 7, 1870, 49 y., 11 m 5 CONC ., 25 d. 5 CONT Towne, Eunice M., wife of A. H. Towne, d. July 29, 1849, 27 y. 5 CONT Towne, George E. Child: Elva Amelia, d. Sept. 11, 1850, 1 y., 7 m. 5 CONT Towne, George E., d. Nov. 6, 1851, 32 y. (New York.) 5 CONT 5 CONT Towne, Hosea. Child: Emma J., d. Sept. 14, 1864, 5 y., 9 m.(Barstow Nec 5 CONC rology, Sept. 15, 1864, Emma Jane Towne, 5 y.) 5 CONT Towne, Nehemiah, d. May 2, 1820, 72 y. (First Ch. records, Towns 5 CONC ), suddenly on his bed alone. 5 CONT Towne, Rhoda S., wife of William C. Towne, d. Mar. 7, 1864, 32 y. 5 CONT Towne, Sally, widow of Andrew Towne, d. Aug. 8, 1870, 89 y., 5 m., 2 5 CONC 6 d. 5 CONT Towne, Samuel, d. Aug. 11, 1858, 78 y. 5 CONT 5 CONT Towne, Samuel A. Child: Nelson E., d. Sept. 16, 1862, 16 y., 6 m. 5 CONT Towne, Samuel A., d. Dec. 27, 1877, 62 y. 5 CONT Towne, Sarah E., Miss, d. May 16, 1855, 24 y. 5 CONT 5 CONT Towne, Susan, wife of Samuel Towne, d. Sept. 2, 1850, 67 y. 5 CONT 5 CONT Towne, Susanna, wife of Jacob Towne, d. May 4, 1793, 52 y. (Fisher reco 5 CONC rd, May 3, 1793, 50 y.) 5 CONT Towns, Augustus, d. July 5, 1868, 49 y., 9 m. 5 CONT Towns, Ephraim. Child, d. June 6, 1837. 5 CONT Towns, Ephraim, d. Mar. 24, 1849, 70 y. 5 CONT Towns, Ephraim. Child: Emma A., d. Aug. 22, 1856, 2 y., 4 m. 5 CONT Towns, Hannah, relict of Ephraim Towns, d. Sept. 17, 1863, 83 y., 11 m. 5 CONT Towns, Henry, d. June 7, 1826, 24 y. 5 CONT Towns, John, d. May 25, 1858, 73 y. 5 CONT Towns, John, 2d, d. July 10, 1877, 60 y., 7 m. 5 CONT Towns, Joshua A. Child: James A., d. Nov. 2, 1858, 4 y. 5 CONT Towns, Kimball M., d. July 22, 1864, 22 y., 8 m. 5 CONT Towns, Lucy, widow, d. Apr. 1.7, 1841, 85 y. (Mrs. Copper Towns.) 5 CONT Towns, Lucy H., wife of John Towns, 2d, d. May 15, 1877, 59 y., 10 m., 4 d 5 CONC . 5 CONT Towns, Milla, d. Nov. 23, 1861, 77 y, 3 m. 5 CONT Towns, Nancy, wife of John Towns, d. Feb. 5, 1849, 57 y. 5 CONT Towns, Nehemiah. Child, d. Sept. 25, 1790. 5 CONT Towns, Maria, Mrs., d. Nov. 7, 1874, 74 y. 5 CONT Towns, Old Mrs., d. Aug. 8, 1780. 5 CONT Towns, Samuel. Child, d. July 12, 1813, 4 d. , 5 CONT Towns, Samuel, Capt., d. Nov. 9, 1877, 77 y., 9 m. 5 CONT Towns, Susanna, d. Sept. 17, 1817, 48 y., apoplexy. 1 FAMS @F4020@ 1 FAMC @F96@ 0 @I399@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas Jefferson /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Thomas Jefferson 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID AA312AA85C6FBF4797A3381FED3F6CC76E85 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 FEB 2009 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, THOMAS J SD Codington 4/20/1882 Montan 2 CONC a State Office 522 SDMTAA 085225 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?Index=51&qryid=8 2 CONC 4245.89 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 JUL 1832 OR 1833 2 _SDATE 23 JUL 1832 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 2 NOTE Obituary says Fredonia, New York. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Springvale, Wisconsin 1 EVEN enlisted as Blacksmith in Co.I, 6th Michigan Cavalry 2 TYPE Military 2 DATE 29 FEB 1864 2 PLAC Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan 1 EVEN transferred to Co. G, 1st US Cavalry. 2 TYPE Military 2 DATE 17 NOV 1865 2 PLAC Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 8 MAR 1866 2 PLAC Salt Lake City, Utah 2 NOTE Military, Honorable Discharge 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Codington County, Dakota Territory 2 NOTE Near Albert, Harrison, Luther, Oliver. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1890 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1890 2 PLAC Kasson P.O., Mantorville, Dodge County, Minnesota 2 NOTE Mantorville, MN p. 1 of 4 3 CONT 1890 Vet Sched 3 CONT Fam 132 Dwell 132 Thomas J. Franklin, Corp, Co I, 6th Mich. Cav. 3 CONT 23 Feb 1864-10 March 1866. 2 y 1 m 10 d 3 CONT P.O. Kasson. Piles and Chronic Diarrhea. $2 pension. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Mantorville, Dodge County, Minnesota 2 NOTE Boarder with James and Mary M. [Clawson?] 1 DEAT 2 CAUS of abdomen carcinoma, hepatic carrhosis 2 DATE 5 JAN 1918 2 PLAC Kasson, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 BURI 2 DATE 6 JAN 1918 2 PLAC Rochester, Minnesota 2 NOTE Funeral at Calvary Church, Rochester. bur. Soldiers Field? 1 DSCR 2 NOTE 5'5" light complexion, blue eyes, black hair. AKA Jefferson. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 PLAC Minneapolis, Hennepin county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Member of Burnside Post G.A.R.& Relief Corps, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1 FAMS @F145@ 1 FAMC @F142@ 0 @I400@ INDI 1 NAME Luther L. /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Luther L. 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID B697AACB9BF8B9418909E1C48EC074559D99 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 FEB 2009 1 NOTE Lee - 2 CONT I'm a descendant of James Franklin of Swansea / Rehoboth area(c.1650). I 2 CONC t 2 CONT looks like this is the same line that your Franklin Cousins emailgroup i 2 CONC s 2 CONT associated with, so I'd love to join your email group! What is youranc 2 CONC estoral 2 CONT / descendant line? How many "cousins" are currently on your list? Itw 2 CONC ould be 2 CONT nice to see everyone's line, so we know how far back we're allrelated! I 2 CONC 'm 2 CONT forwarding this message to a few of my close cousins and other familyme 2 CONC mbers; 2 CONT I'm sure they'll email you, too, if they're interested in joining.Thank 2 CONC s! 2 CONT 2 CONT Here's my ancestoral/descendant line: 2 CONT James Franklin (1) - c.1650 2 CONT James Franklin (2) - 8Jul1682 2 CONT Ichabod Franklin (3) - 1Jul1713 2 CONT Ichabod Franklin (4) - 28Apr1739 2 CONT Ichabod Franklin (5) - 7Aug1764 2 CONT Whitman Franklin (6) - 24Jun1798 2 CONT Luther Franklin (7) - 10Apr1844 2 CONT Charles W Franklin (8) - my great-grandfather 2 CONT Herb Franklin (9) - my grandpa 2 CONT Dale Franklin (10) - my dad 2 CONT Cindy (Franklin) Stephenson (11) - me! 2 CONT 2 CONT Thanks again - looking forward to hearing from you! 2 CONT Cindy Stephenson 2 CONT Tacoma, WA 2 CONT mcstephe@gte.net 2 CONT 2 CONT __________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT FRANKLIN, LUTHER L SD Codington 7/27/1888 Montan 2 CONC a State Office 3583 SDMTAA 085028 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?Index=26&qryid=8 2 CONC 4245.89 1 SOUR @S890@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT First Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT ---------------------------------------- 4 CONT 4 CONT 1. Luther Franklin. Born on 10 Apr 1844 in Sheboygan, New York, N 4 CONC Y. Luther died in Payette, ID on 11 Mar 1933, he was 88. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 20 Feb 1868 when Luther was 23, he married Mary Ann Stewart, daughte 4 CONC r of John Allen Stewart & Jane Stearns, in Brandon, WI. Born on 8 Jun 1 4 CONC 851 in Amsterdam, NY. Mary Ann died in Watertown, SD on 14 Dec 1918, sh 4 CONC e was 67. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 2 i. Fred L. (1869-) 4 CONT 3 ii. Jennie A. (1873-) 4 CONT 4 iii. Charles W. (1875-) 4 CONT 5 iv. Ernest (1877-1962) 4 CONT v. Twin1. Born on 27 Jul 1884. 4 CONT 4 CONT vi. Twin2. Born on 27 Jul 1884. 4 CONT 4 CONT 6 vii. Edward H. (1887-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Second Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT ---------------------------------------- 4 CONT 4 CONT 2. Fred L. Franklin. Born on 20 Sep 1869. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 20 Sep 1894 when Fred L. was 25, he married Charlotte Amelia Brandt. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Rachel. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Natalie. 4 CONT 4 CONT iii. Lyle. 4 CONT 4 CONT iv. Twin1a. 4 CONT 4 CONT v. Twin2a. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 3. Jennie A. Franklin. Born on 18 Aug 1873. 4 CONT 4 CONT Jennie A. first married Earl North. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 24 Nov 1897 when Jennie A. was 24, she second married Earl B. Knight 4 CONC . 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Vera. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Eels. 4 CONT 4 CONT iii. Helen. 4 CONT 4 CONT iv. Edward. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4. Charles W. Franklin. Born on 8 Feb 1875. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 24 Jun 1900 when Charles W. was 25, he married Mary Jardine. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Elsie. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Florence. 4 CONT 4 CONT iii. Mary Ann. 4 CONT 4 CONT iv. Charles. 4 CONT 4 CONT v. Herbert. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 5. Ernest Franklin. Born on 4 Jul 1877 in Plainsfield, Fond du L 4 CONC ac Co., Wisconsin. Ernest died in Ontario, Malheur Co., Oregon on 3 Oct 1 4 CONC 962, he was 85. Buried in Riverside Cemetery - Payette, Idaho. 4 CONT 4 CONT Ernest first married Glendora. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 15 Oct 1903 when Ernest was 26, he second married Lillian Lee Diamon 4 CONC d, daughter of John Henry Diamond & Rose Alice Cooley, in Dexter, Codin 4 CONC gton Co., South Dakota. Born on 13 Jun 1886 in Galesville, Trempealeau C 4 CONC o., Wisconsin. Lillian Lee died in Prosser, Benton Co., Washington on 1 4 CONC 5 Sep 1959, she was 73. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 7 i. Doris Dean (1904-) 4 CONT 8 ii. Orvis Harold (1907-1995) 4 CONT iii. Roy E.. Born on 10 Aug 1909 in Troy, SD. Roy E. died in CA abt 1 4 CONC 925, he was 15. 4 CONT 4 CONT 9 iv. Jennie Ann (1910-1988) 4 CONT 10 v. Stanley Ray (1911-1995) 4 CONT vi. Gladys. Born on 3 Apr 1914 in Watertown, Codington Co., SD. Glady 4 CONC s died in Racine, W on 17 Sep 1918, she was 4. Buried on 20 Sep 1918 in R 4 CONC acine, WI, Graceland cemetery. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 6. Edward H. Franklin. Born on 1 Sep 1887. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 30 Sep 1911 when Edward H. was 24, he married Kathryn Karpinski. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had one child: 4 CONT 11 i. Howard Luther (1910-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Third Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT ---------------------------------------- 4 CONT 4 CONT 7. Doris Dean Franklin. Born on 2 Jun 1904 in Troy, SD. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 10 Oct 1925 when Doris Dean was 21, she married Frank Hoffman, in Wa 4 CONC ukegan, IL. Frank died on 16 Sep 1969. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 12 i. Marian (1925-) 4 CONT 13 ii. Dorothy (1927-) 4 CONT 14 iii. Virginia Arlene (1930-) 4 CONT iv. Nancy Erma Lee. Born on 13 Aug 1935. 4 CONT 4 CONT Nancy Erma Lee married William Richar Fandry. Born on 8 Apr 1927. 4 CONT 4 CONT 15 v. Joan Carol (1937-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 8. Orvis Harold Franklin. Born on 5 Dec 1907 in Watertown, Codin 4 CONC gton Co., South Dakota. Orvis Harold died in Weiser, Washington Co., Id 4 CONC aho on 14 Apr 1995, he was 87. Buried on 18 Apr 1995 in Hillcrest Cemet 4 CONC ery - Weiser, Idaho. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 31 Jul 1934 when Orvis Harold was 26, he married Mary Julia Maxine B 4 CONC ailey, daughter of Obie Todd Bailey & Maggie Chloe Davis, in Payette, P 4 CONC ayette Co., Idaho. Born on 4 Oct 1913 in Turon, Reno Co., Kansas. Mary J 4 CONC ulia Maxine died in Weiser, Washington Co., Idaho on 15 Oct 1989, she w 4 CONC as 76. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 16 i. Patsy Loraine (1935-) 4 CONT 17 ii. Ernest Harold (1937-) 4 CONT 18 iii. Virginia Mae (1941-) 4 CONT 19 iv. Charles Allen (1943-) 4 CONT 20 v. Robert Wayne (1945-) 4 CONT 21 vi. Donald Gene (1949-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 9. Jennie Ann Franklin. Born on 2 Dec 1910 in Watertown, Codingt 4 CONC on Co., SD. Jennie Ann died in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co., MI on 31 Oct 1 4 CONC 988, she was 77. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 28 Jan 1929 when Jennie Ann was 18, she first married Frederick Gree 4 CONC ne Davis, son of Gilbert Norman Davis & Martha Gertrude Leathers, in Wa 4 CONC tertown, Codington Co., SD. Born on 15 Aug 1909 in Henry, SD. Frederick G 4 CONC reene died in Plainwell, Allegan Co., MI on 5 Jan 1982, he was 72. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 22 i. Jeannine Mae (1930-) 4 CONT ii. Donna Lue. Born on 27 Aug 1933 in Henry, Codington Co., SD. Donna L 4 CONC ue died in Henry, Codington Co., SD on 13 Jan 1938, she was 4. 4 CONT 4 CONT 23 iii. Charlotte Kay (1938-) 4 CONT 24 iv. Frederick Junior (1940-) 4 CONT 25 v. Donald Lee (1943-) 4 CONT 4 CONT abt 1955 when Jennie Ann was 44, she second married Frank Lynn. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 11 Feb 1961 when Jennie Ann was 50, she third married Joseph Thomas R 4 CONC abbitt, in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co., MI. Born on 2 Jan 1919. Joseph Tho 4 CONC mas died in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co., MI on 27 Dec 1978, he was 59. 4 CONT 4 CONT 10. Stanley Ray Franklin. Born on 22 Dec 1911 in Watertown, Codi 4 CONC ngton Co., SD. Stanley Ray died in Watertown, Codington Co., SD on 25 M 4 CONC ar 1995, he was 83. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 17 Sep 1934 when Stanley Ray was 22, he married Hazel Luella Alexand 4 CONC er, daughter of Will Alexander & Ella Stevens, in Clark, SD. Born on 11 D 4 CONC ec 1909 in Coten, SD. Hazel Luella died in Watertown, Codington Co., SD o 4 CONC n 16 Aug 2001, she was 91. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had one child: 4 CONT 26 i. Ronald Dean (1935-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 11. Howard Luther Franklin. Born on 19 Jul 1910. 4 CONT 4 CONT Howard Luther married Dena Ollsen. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Carol. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Sharon. 4 CONT 4 CONT iii. Gene. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Fourth Generation 4 CONT 4 CONT ---------------------------------------- 4 CONT 4 CONT 12. Marian Hoffman. Born on 20 Sep 1925 in Racine, Racine Co., W 4 CONC I. 4 CONT 4 CONT Marian first married Clarence Federmeyer, son of Jake Federmeyer & Mari 4 CONC e ?. Born in Apr 1929. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 27 i. Charles Michael (1944-) 4 CONT 28 ii. Richard Allen (1946-) 4 CONT 29 iii. Betty Ann (1948-) 4 CONT 4 CONT On 19 Nov 1949 when Marian was 24, she second married Bernard Federmeye 4 CONC r, son of John Federmeyer & Elizabeth ?, in Sturtevant, WI. Born on 20 J 4 CONC an 1926 in Kenosha, WI. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 30 i. Bernadette (1950-) 4 CONT 31 ii. John Robert (1952-) 4 CONT 32 iii. Frank Joseph (1953-) 4 CONT 33 iv. Robin Michael (1955-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 13. Dorothy Hoffman. Born on 6 Oct 1927. 4 CONT 4 CONT Dorothy married Russell Sorenson. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Linda Marie. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Scott Allen. 4 CONT 4 CONT iii. Russell Scott. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 14. Virginia Arlene Hoffman. Born on 5 Oct 1930. 4 CONT 4 CONT Virginia Arlene married Gilbert Arena. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Darrel Frank. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Michael Gilbert. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 15. Joan Carol Hoffman. Born on 8 Sep 1937. 4 CONT 4 CONT Joan Carol married Leland A Bulgrin. Born in 1927. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Barbara Gail. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Lee. 4 CONT 4 CONT iii. David. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 16. Patsy Loraine Franklin. Born on 12 Jul 1935 in McCall, Valle 4 CONC y Co., Idaho. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 6 Nov 1953 when Patsy Loraine was 18, she married John Theodore Paes 4 CONC chke, son of Theodore Paeschke, in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., Washington. B 4 CONC orn on 11 Oct 1934 in Eugene, Lane Co., Oregon. John Theodore died in P 4 CONC rosser, Benton Co., Washington on 12 Nov 2001, he was 67. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 34 i. Michael John (1955-) 4 CONT 35 ii. Polly Mae (1958-) 4 CONT 36 iii. Paul Eugene (1960-) 4 CONT 37 iv. Jeffery Allen (1961-) 4 CONT 38 v. Shirley Ann (1963-) 4 CONT vi. Matthew Orvis. Born on 28 Dec 1965 in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., Wash 4 CONC ington. 4 CONT 4 CONT vii. Katie Irene. Born on 24 Aug 1978 in Prosser, Benton Co., Washing 4 CONC ton. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 17. Ernest Harold Franklin. Born on 17 Jul 1937 in Yakima, Yakim 4 CONC a Co., Washington. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 26 Mar 1965 when Ernest Harold was 27, he married Evelyn Eleanor Hil 4 CONC l, in Sunnyside, Yakima Co., Washington. Born on 5 Mar 1945. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 39 i. Lynn Marie (1965-) 4 CONT 40 ii. Larry Ray (1967-) 4 CONT 41 iii. Rose Maxine (1978-) 4 CONT 4 CONT 18. Virginia Mae Franklin. Born on 16 May 1941 in Yakima, Yakima C 4 CONC o., Washington. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 28 Sep 1958 when Virginia Mae was 17, she first married John Edward F 4 CONC rost, in Prosser, Benton Co., Washington. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 42 i. Tamara Lea (1961-) 4 CONT 43 ii. Brian Edward (1962-) 4 CONT 44 iii. Susan RaNey (1964-) 4 CONT 4 CONT On 26 Jun 1969 when Virginia Mae was 28, she second married Michael Lee R 4 CONC oberts, in Payette, Payette Co., Idaho. Born on 18 Jul 1947 in St. Anth 4 CONC ony, Idaho. 4 CONT 4 CONT 19. Charles Allen Franklin. Born on 15 Jun 1943 in Wapato, Yakim 4 CONC a Co., Washington. 4 CONT 4 CONT On 25 Jun 1963 when Charles Allen was 20, he first married Wanda Irene S 4 CONC imonds, daughter of Mark Simonds & Irene Perkel, in Homedale, Owyhee Co 4 CONC ., Idaho. Born on 23 Jan 1945 in Pocatello, Bannock Co., Idaho. Born on 2 4 CONC 3 Jan 1945. Wanda Irene died in Caldwell, Canyon Co., Idaho on 4 Nov 19 4 CONC 99, she was 54. They were divorced on 11 Dec 1967 in Caldwell, Canyon C 4 CONC o., Idaho. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT 45 i. Mystella Irene (1963-) 4 CONT 46 ii. Timothy Charles (1966-) 4 CONT 4 CONT On 16 Dec 1967 when Charles Allen was 24, he second married Linda Chris 4 CONC tine Butts, in Weiser, Washington Co., Idaho. Born on 2 Oct 1946 in Wei 4 CONC ser, Washington Co., Idaho. Linda Christine died in Weiser, Washington C 4 CONC o., Idaho on 12 Feb 1982, she was 35. 4 CONT 4 CONT They had the following children: 4 CONT i. Areesa Christine. Born on 23 Sep 1968 in Weiser, Washington Co., I 4 CONC daho. 4 CONT 4 CONT ii. Keo Allen. Born on 17 Nov 1970 in Weiser, Washington Co., Idaho. K 4 CONC eo Allen died on 17 Nov 1970 in Weiser, Washington Co., Idaho. Buried i 4 CONC n Hillcrest Cemetery - Weiser, Idaho. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT On 1 Apr 1983 when Charles Allen was 39, he third married Judy Lynn Mey 4 CONC er-Graham, in Payette, Payette Co., Idaho. Born on 30 Jul 1957 in Nampa 4 CONC , C 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 APR 1844 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Judy Meyer-Graham has Luther as being born in Sheboygan, New York, New Y 3 CONC ork. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 MAR 1933 2 PLAC Payette, Idaho 1 FAMS @F197@ 1 FAMC @F142@ 0 @I401@ INDI 1 NAME Oliver /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Oliver 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7BC2B2D24AFAFC4BBEC79E2D5A2DB1CA9E36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 JAN 2009 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, OLIVER SD Codington 1/27/1887 Montana S 2 CONC tate Office 1807 SDMTAA 085229 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?Index=26&qryid=8 2 CONC 4245.89 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 SEP 1847 2 PLAC New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 FEB 1910 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE 3 MAR 1910 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Funeral was on the 2nd; death record says buried on the 3rd., Bu 1 FAMS @F146@ 1 FAMC @F142@ 0 @I402@ INDI 1 NAME Harrison /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Harrison 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5BC3B8E1FE0B114795B69A1F0F73F427B9A1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 FEB 2009 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, HARRISON SD Codington 3/30/1888 Montan 2 CONC a State Office 1689 SDMTAA 085234 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?Index=26&qryid=8 2 CONC 4245.89 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Codington County, Dakota Territory 2 NOTE With Albert's family 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F142@ 0 @I403@ INDI 1 NAME Albert /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Albert 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID AB65E828A060A9489D5B5E4580EDD8DBCC59 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 FEB 2009 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, ALBERT SD Codington 7/10/1888 Montana S 2 CONC tate Office 3034 SDMTAA 085654 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?QryId=84245.89 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Albert and Phebe were divorced by 1905 State Census of Minnesota. 1 BIRT 2 DATE OCT 1852 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1852 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4450@ 1 FAMC @F142@ 0 @I404@ INDI 1 NAME Pheobe // 2 GIVN Pheobe 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8D34CFC1BC11ED4BA1EAC49B4D1678D5F0B3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 FAMS @F144@ 0 @I405@ INDI 1 NAME Julia Ann /Goodrich/ 2 GIVN Julia Ann 2 SURN Goodrich 1 SEX F 1 _UID D33358554A23D643B138DDB984697759756B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 FAMS @F145@ 1 FAMC @F226@ 0 @I406@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Vandenhoten/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Vandenhoten 1 SEX F 1 _UID F8B022D609400148B7744164350CACAD9CA3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1851 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1851 2 PLAC Holland 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F146@ 0 @I407@ INDI 1 NAME Emily Angenett /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Emily Angenett 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID F2504F512378C640BA78EC5BB853E06C5373 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 NOV 1834 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F143@ 0 @I408@ INDI 1 NAME Lovica\Louisa Arissteen /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lovica\Louisa Arissteen 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0B1209F481DCB249BB988685E988CAC9D4FB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 NOV 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 FEB 1836 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F143@ 0 @I409@ INDI 1 NAME Rawson Porter /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Rawson Porter 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5420AF1FE85E0743960DA84999424F29B929 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 NOTE Sometimes spelled Rosen. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 APR 1841 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1881 1 FAMS @F147@ 1 FAMC @F143@ 0 @I410@ INDI 1 NAME William Dighton /Franklin/ 2 GIVN William Dighton 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5E49AF22BB9A9F47A2640A3AA99D09DE2A1F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 NOV 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 OCT 1843 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE OCT 1864 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1864 2 PLAC Millen, Georgia 2 NOTE (4?) Oct 1864 1 FAMC @F143@ 0 @I411@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Simeon /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Charles Simeon 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID ED65F13548687446AE745DA4099BE0068F29 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 NOV 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JUN 1845 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 FEB 1872 1 FAMC @F143@ 0 @I412@ INDI 1 NAME Betsey Marion /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Betsey Marion 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 83534FEB2FB4334DA04533A0E7A521936B86 1 CHAN 2 DATE 6 NOV 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1849 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 FEB 1851 1 FAMC @F143@ 0 @I413@ INDI 1 NAME Adelia /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Adelia 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4187AA79C718374F85EFED84C2810AF7791C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, ADELIA SD Day 8/30/1883 Montana State O 2 CONC ffice 641 SDMTAA 098234 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?QryId=84245.89 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 SEP 1849 2 PLAC Leon Center, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE 1933 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1933 2 PLAC Near West Woodburn, Oregon 2 NOTE Woodburn RFD No.1 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 DEC 1933 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Near West Woodburn. 1 BURI 2 DATE 9 DEC 1933 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 FAMS @F147@ 1 FAMS @F233@ 1 FAMS @F234@ 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I414@ INDI 1 NAME Inez E. /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Inez E. 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9F42FA61474D7944A01D8EF0CA26A7319010 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F992@ 1 FAMS @F148@ 1 FAMC @F137@ 0 @I415@ INDI 1 NAME George Herbert /Franklin/ 2 GIVN George Herbert 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4BC71D454ECAA241BE5FCD2ED94AB7B21302 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1861 2 PLAC Concord, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 MAY 1910 2 PLAC Wendling, Lane county, Oregon 2 NOTE Killed (crushed) by a log carriage at the saw mill where he work 1 BURI 2 DATE 19 MAY 1910 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 NOTE Herbert, AKA 1 FAMS @F149@ 1 FAMS @F150@ 1 FAMC @F137@ 0 @I416@ INDI 1 NAME Marquis de LaFayette /Hendricks/ 2 GIVN Marquis de LaFayette 2 SURN Hendricks 1 SEX M 1 _UID 261EBEA7C7748C4BBD009C00890667DEE8DE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 DEC 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 FEB 1853 2 PLAC Creswell, Lane County, Oregon 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 MAY 1936 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 FAMS @F148@ 1 FAMC @F4310@ 0 @I417@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Grobe/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Grobe 1 SEX F 1 _UID 66A31E6BC8987347B042CA246DA50BFDA659 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F149@ 0 @I418@ INDI 1 NAME Lenna /Holcomb/ 2 GIVN Lenna 2 SURN Holcomb 1 SEX F 1 _UID F7EF5156502CE74FBE3D78EF705C569F62E3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 3 JUN 1890 2 _SDATE 4 JUN 1890 2 NOTE She died a few months after the marriage. 1 FAMS @F150@ 0 @I419@ INDI 1 NAME Albert L. /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Albert L. 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6DCC0CC3B57D1845A8E0DE3161E79BBFD042 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 APR 1845 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Census returns indicate a birth year of 1845, while the death re 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 SEP 1916 2 PLAC Bradford, McKean county, Pennsylvania 2 NOTE Chronic Bright's disease 1 BURI 2 DATE 21 SEP 1916 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 OCCU Peddler- Produce 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I420@ INDI 1 NAME James Wells /SHERMAN/ 2 GIVN James Wells 2 SURN SHERMAN 1 SEX M 1 _UID CF80538A58805640906B6BEE5AD4A4AE6EA7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 MAR 2010 1 NOTE Attended "Randolph Academy and Ladies Seminary," according to daughter N 2 CONC ellie Bristol's autobiography. It was located in the town of Randolph, N 2 CONC Y, and was later called Chamberlain Institute. 2 CONT 2 CONT In South Dayton, he had a fairly large two storey saw mill with most of t 2 CONC he machinery on the second floor. The mill was operated with O.M. Barru 2 CONC s, who lived nearby in South Dayton (History of Dayton, New York, p.32) 2 CONC , and it is still operating (1997). The house in South Dayton is about " 2 CONC 10 rods" (165 feet), from the mill (son James Otis Sherman's memoirs). T 2 CONC he same Sherman home where the children were all born is still located a 2 CONC t 245 Mill Street, about two blocks off Pine Street, which is the main s 2 CONC treet through South Dayton. The Town Square, and its train depot, are v 2 CONC ery close to Mill Street. 2 CONT 2 CONT James Otis Sherman remembered fondly the sounds of the mill, even thoug 2 CONC h he once fell into a pond of boiling water at the mill and was badly b 2 CONC urned. 2 CONT 2 CONT On 26 August 1880, James Wells Sherman helped start the Pine Valley Cli 2 CONC pper newspaper with Edwin F. Beach, but remained with it only a few wee 2 CONC ks. The paper sold for $1.00 per year, according to the History of Dayt 2 CONC on, and after being shuffled off to Buffalo, it returned, and became th 2 CONC e Cherry Creek News, owned by Charles Shults, who is the author of the H 2 CONC istory of Dayton (History of Dayton, New York, p.64). 2 CONT 2 CONT James and Delinda moved to Minnesota in 1892, where there was land avai 2 CONC lable, timber, and thus relief from his Asthma. In 1892, the family liv 2 CONC ed at 315 5th Ave. E. in Duluth, which is now the site of St. Mary's Ho 2 CONC spital. The Lyngstad family lived a few blocks away at the time, the sa 2 CONC me year Benjamin's wife, Ida, was born (City Directories, 1891-2; 1892- 2 CONC 3). Thereafter they lived probably near where "Sherman Corner" was loca 2 CONC ted later, on Rice River, until a fire which destroyed the home and kil 2 CONC led Charley. It was caused by a fire craker left under Charley's bed as a p 2 CONC rank- their father James was not at home. From 4 July 1894 until 1897, t 2 CONC hey lived in Tower, Minnesota. They then lived in Kugler, Minnesota, so 2 CONC uth of Tower, until 1903 (on Sherman Road, #409, on Two Rivers; became C 2 CONC harley Walstein's for 50 plus years thereafter- he died in 1972, his wi 2 CONC dow still lived there in 1975). Their last residence was 16 S. 57 Ave. E 2 CONC . in Duluth. After James died, Delinda moved back to Angora. 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT South Dayton 2 CONT 2 CONT Agricultural daily news. 2 CONT Published 18uu-1uuu : Daily. OCLC 28913238 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1885:9:8-11> 2 CONT Pine Valley news (South Dayton, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1883-1885 : Weekly. OCLC 28913267 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1883:10:12-1884:12:26> <1885:1:9-9:18, 10:2-11:13,27> 2 CONT South Dayton news. 2 CONT Published 19uu-1910 : Weekly. OCLC 29021096 2 CONT Continued by: Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1905) 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1909:5:7-7:16, 8:6-9:24, 10:8-29, 11:12-12:31> <1910:1:7-2:11> 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Cherry Creek 2 CONT 2 CONT Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1888) 2 CONT Published 188u-1899 : Weekly. OCLC 26715673 2 CONT Continues: News (Cherry Creek, N.Y.) 2 CONT Continued by: Weekly news (Cherry Creek, N.Y.) 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95 Cherry Creek 93-32087 2 CONT F <1888:7:13-8:31> <1888:11:2-1889:3:15> <1889:4:5-8:23, 9:27-12:20> <1 2 CONC 890:1:17-1891:1:16> <1891:2:13-1892:1:29> <1892:2:12-5:27> <1898:10:28- 2 CONC 1899:5:19> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M <1888:7:13-8:31> <1888:11:2-1889:3:15> <1889:4:5-8:23, 9:27-12:20> <1 2 CONC 890:1:17-1891:1:16> <1891:2:13-1892:1:29> <1892:2:12-5:27> <1898:10:28- 2 CONC 1899:5:19> 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1888:7:123-8:31, 11:2-23, 12:7-28> <1889:1:4-3:15, 4:15, 5:10, 6:28- 2 CONC 8:23, 9:27-12:20> <1890:1:17-12:19> <1891:1:2-12:25> <1892:1:1-29, 2:12 2 CONC -5:27> <1898:10:28-12:30> <1899:1:6-5:19> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1888:7:13-8:31, 11:2-23, 12:7-28> <1889:1:4-3:15, 4:5, 5:10-8:23, 9: 2 CONC 27-12:20> <1890:1:17-12:26> <1891:1:2-16, 2:13-12:25> <1892:1:1-29, 2:1 2 CONC 2-5:27> <1898:11:28-12:30> <1899:1:6-5:19> 2 CONT Pine Valley Central School 2 CONT F <1888:7:13-8:31, 11:2,16-23, 12:7-28> <1889:1:4-2:8,22-3:15, 4:5, 5:1 2 CONC 0-8:23, 9:27-12:20> <1890:1:17-12:26> <1891:1:2-16, 2:13-12:25> <1892:1 2 CONC ::1-5:27> <1898:11:28-12:30> <1899:1:6-5:19> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1888:7:13-8:31, 11:2,16-23, 12:7-28> <1889:1:4-3:15, 4:15, 5:10-8:23 2 CONC , 9:27-12:20> <1890:1:17-12:26> <1891:1:2-16,2:13-12:25> <1892:1:1-29, 2 2 CONC :12-5:27> <1898:10:28-12:30> <1899:1:6-5:19> 2 CONT Valley Historical Museum 2 CONT P <1898:4:29> 2 CONT Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1905) 2 CONT Published 1905-1950 : Weekly. OCLC 26716034 2 CONT Continues: Weekly news (Cherry Creek, N.Y.) 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95 Cherry Creek 93-32087 2 CONT F <1905:10:13-1917:1:10> <1917:2:2-3:30, 4:13-6:1,15-12:21> <1920:1:2-1 2 CONC 922:12:29> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M <1905:10:13-1917:1:19> <1917:2:2-3:30, 4:13-6:1, 6:15-12:21> <1920:1: 2 CONC 2-1922:12:29> 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1905:10:13-26, 12:14-21> <1906:1:4-1917:12:21> <1920:1:2-1922:12:29> < 2 CONC 1923:2:16-1924:12:24> <1926:1:8-1930:8:29> <1931:10:2-1933:9:29> <1934: 2 CONC 1:12, 7:13> <1936:1:24, 7:3, 8:28, 10:30> <1937:2:26, 11:5, 12:24-31> < 2 CONC 1938:1:7-21, 4:29, 5:13, 6:10> <1939:3:24 > <1940:2:16, 5:24, 7:12-19> < 2 CONC 1941:4:11, 7:25> <1942:7:31, 8:14, 12:25> <1943:3:12-1950:10:26> 2 CONT Historical Society of Dunkirk 2 CONT P <1918:12:13> <1943:8:27> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1905:10:13-1915:6:11> <1915:6:25-1816:8:11> <1916:8:25-1917:1:19> <1 2 CONC 917:2:2-6:1, 6:15-12:28> <1920:2:6-1922:12:29> <1945:8:24> 2 CONT Pine Valley Central School 2 CONT F <1905:10:13-12:28> <1906:1:4-6:14, 6:28-9:13, 9:27-12:27> <1907:1:4-3 2 CONC :7, 3:21-8:29, 9:12-12:27> <1908:1:3-3:12, 3:26-12:31> <1909:1:14-1910: 2 CONC 12:30> <1911:1:6-1914:12:25> <1915:1:1-6:11, 6:25-12:31> <1916:1:7-8:11 2 CONC , 8:25-12:29> <1917:1:5-19, 2:2-6:1, 6:15-1 2:28> <1920:2:6-1822:12:29> < 2 CONC 1945:8:24> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1905:10:13-12:28> <1906:1:4-6:14, 6:28-9:13, 9:27-12:27> <1907:1:4-3 2 CONC :7, 3:21-8:29, 9:12-12:27> <1908:1:3-3:12, 3:26-12:31> <1909:1:14-1910: 2 CONC 12:30> <1911:1:6-1914:12:25> <1915:1:1-6:11, 6:25-12:31> <1916:1:7-8:11 2 CONC , 8:25-12:29> <1917:1:5-19, 2:2-6:1, 6:15-1 2:28> <1920:2:6-1922:12:29> < 2 CONC 1945:8:24> 2 CONT News (Cherry Creek, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1885-188u : Weekly. OCLC 26715543 2 CONT Continued by: Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1888) 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95 Cherry Creek 93-32087 2 CONT F <1885:12:11-1887:4:22> <1887:5:6-20> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M <1885:12:11-1887:4:22> <1887:5:6-20> 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1885:12:11,25> <1886:1:1-12:31> <1887:1:7-4:22, 5:6-20> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1885:12:11,25> <1886:1:1-12:31> <1887:1:7-4:22, 5:6-20> 2 CONT Pine Valley Central School 2 CONT F <1885:12:11,25> <1886:1:1-12:31> <1887:1:7-4:22, 5:6-20> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1885:12:11,25> <1886:1:1-12:31> <1887:1:7-4:22, 5:6-20> 2 CONT Pine Valley news (Cherry Creek, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1950-1951 : Weekly. OCLC 29042429 2 CONT Continues: Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1905) 2 CONT Continued by: Randolph register (Randolph, N.Y. : 1900) AND The Randolp 2 CONC h register, the Pine Valley news. 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT P <1950:11:2-9,22, 12:7,21-28> <1951:1:4-18, 2:15-3:1,15-22, 4:5, 6:14, 2 CONC 28> 2 CONT Weekly news (Cherry Creek, N.Y.) 2 CONT Published 1899-1905 : Weekly. OCLC 26715807 2 CONT Continues: Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1888) 2 CONT Continued by: Cherry Creek news (Cherry Creek, N.Y. : 1905) 2 CONT New York State Library NY 95 Cherry Creek 93-32087 2 CONT F <1899:5:26-1905:9:29> 2 CONT New York State Library Master microfilm 2 CONT M <1899:5:26-1905:9:29> 2 CONT Cherry Creek Town Historian 2 CONT F <1901:9:6-1902:8:29> 2 CONT P <1899:5:26-12:29> <1900:1:5-4:13,27-12:28> <1901:1:4-12:27> <1902:1:3 2 CONC ,17-12:26> <1903:1:2-8:28, 9:11-12:25> <1904:1:1-8:26> <1905:1:13-9:29> 2 CONT Fenton Historical Society 2 CONT P <1899:8:8-1900:8:31> 2 CONT Patterson Library 2 CONT F <1899:6:2-1901:12:27> <1902:1:3,17-1903:12:25> <1904:1:1-8:20> <1905: 2 CONC 1:13-8:25, 9:5-29> 2 CONT Pine Valley Central School 2 CONT F <1899:5:26-12:29> <1900:1:5-12:28> <1901:1:4-12:27> <1902:1:3,17-12:2 2 CONC 6> <1903:1:2-8:28, 9:11-12:25> <1904:1:1-8:26> <1905:1:13-9:29> 2 CONT SUNY at Fredonia 2 CONT F <1899:5:26-1903:12:25> <1904:1:1-8:26> <1905:1:13-9:29> 2 CONT P <1901:9:6-12:27> <1902:1:3-8:29> 1 SOUR @S1133@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnstloui/190024s3.htm 4 CONT 4 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 4 CONT 4 CONT 1900-1924 4 CONT 4 CONT Seara - Shouner 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN ANNA B 2/5/1920 6113 ANGORA 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN ARNOLD R. 7/5/1917 733 4 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5003 TOWER 4 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5004 TOWER 4 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 3/16/1904 5005 TOWER 4 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 5/31/1906 3030 4 CONT SHERMAN FRED NA 4/27/1905 1945 4 CONT SHERMAN GOLDA NA 6/27/1917 711 4 CONT SHERMAN IRENE W. 11/21/1902 708 4 CONT SHERMAN JANE BEVERLY 6/30/1918 7863 VIRGINIA 4 CONT SHERMAN LAMBERT NA 5/3/1914 448 4 CONT SHERMAN LEWIS NA 4/29/1909 319 4 CONT SHERMAN MALE NA 11/5/1918 6512 ANGORA 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN MALE NA 12/8/1921 6265 HIBBING 4 CONT SHERMAN MATT NA 10/10/1916 898 4 CONT SHERMAN NORMAN FOX 2/24/1923 6335 HIBBING 4 CONT SHERMAN SYLVESTER M. 1/19/1910 47 4 CONT 4 CONT St. Louis County MN Death Index 4 CONT 4 CONT 1925-1949 4 CONT 4 CONT Shadley - Skomsvold 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN ADDIE JANE 1/8/1945 5082 HIBBING 4 CONT SHERMAN ANGELINE ELINORA 4/17/1942 5106 HIBBING 4 CONT SHERMAN ANNA NA 5/24/1949 544 4 CONT SHERMAN CHARLES NA 4/3/1937 348 4 CONT SHERMAN DELINDA HALL 1/16/1937 5370 ANGORA 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN EDITH M. 11/3/1934 976 4 CONT SHERMAN EMMA NA 10/18/1938 970 4 CONT SHERMAN FEMALE NA 11/23/1930 1087 4 CONT SHERMAN FRANCES NA 9/25/1934 840 4 CONT SHERMAN FRANK NA 4/12/1932 323 4 CONT SHERMAN FRANK NA 7/8/1934 599 4 CONT SHERMAN GEORGE F. 7/28/1930 701 4 CONT SHERMAN GEORGE H 10/23/1941 1017 4 CONT SHERMAN HENRY ERNEST 10/8/1932 906 4 CONT SHERMAN HOMER NA 6/19/1926 6498 HIBBING 4 CONT SHERMAN JAMES W. 9/24/1927 891 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN JOHN AUGUST 8/20/1939 5223 VIRGINIA 4 CONT SHERMAN JOSEPH OREN 1/4/1943 5092 HIBBING 4 CONT SHERMAN LAUREL MAY 8/22/1926 5582 ANGORA 4 CONT 4 CONT SHERMAN LENA NA 6/29/1944 669 4 CONT SHERMAN MALE STILLBORN 1/16/1944 61 4 CONT SHERMAN MARY NA 5/27/1939 495 4 CONT SHERMAN MAY NA 5/27/1939 0 AKA MARY #495 4 CONT SHERMAN MERLENE LOUISE 11/28/1942 1152 4 CONT SHERMAN PETER NA 5/3/1944 463 4 CONT SHERMAN RONALD EARL 10/18/1947 1064 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 NOV 1848 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE With Joseph and Lovina, John and Abigail. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 SEP 1927 2 PLAC Duluth, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Cause of death: Myocardia _____ apoplexy 2 SOUR @S4@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 DATE 27 SEP 1927 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Hillside Cemetery (Leander) 1 EDUC at Randolph Academy and Ladies Seminary, Randolph, New York. (secondary school) 1 OCCU a lumber agent, sawyer, farmer 1 FAMS @F151@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I421@ INDI 1 NAME Delinda /HALL/ 2 GIVN Delinda 2 SURN HALL 1 SEX F 1 _UID 73B073F553289C459A12774EA01D0D6C8E57 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 AUG 2009 1 NOTE http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywyomin/index.htm 2 CONT Bennington was formed from the town of Sheldon March 6, 1818 (It is the l 2 CONC argest town within Wyoming Co..) Arcade was formed from the town of She 2 CONC ldon March 6, 1818 and was named town of "China". The town of Java was t 2 CONC aken off in 1832. The name China was changed Jan. 19, 1866 and a part o 2 CONC f the town was annexed to the town of Eagle. 2 CONT Java was formed fromn the town of China ( now Arcade) April 20, 1832 2 CONT 2 CONT In the cemetery where Marintha (Rogers) Hall Kimball is buried there is t 2 CONC he following Rogers family: 2 CONT Howard D. (Only son of ________ Rogers), July 18, 1888 - 1902 2 CONT Driveway Elgane B. Rogers, 1874 - 1929 2 CONT Delinda Rogers, 1875 - 1956 LLoyd Rogers, 1901 - 1955 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S595@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S597@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 OCT 1853 2 PLAC Java, Wyoming county, New York 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 18 DEC 1863 2 _SDATE 17 DEC 1863 2 PLAC Holland, Erie county, New York 2 NOTE Probably after Harvey married Marintha Rogers, after 1860/3 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 JAN 1937 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE record #1937-MN-013897. Double Nutral (?) Lesian with Deconglens 1 BURI 2 DATE 19 JAN 1937 2 PLAC Angora, St. Louis county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Funeral at Cook Mission Church; Rev. David Anderson and Rev. Johnson of C 3 CONC ook officiated. Burial at Hill Side Cemetery, Leander, MN. 1 RELI a baptist 1 FAMS @F151@ 1 FAMC @F28@ 0 @I422@ INDI 1 NAME Sebra /Temple/ 2 GIVN Sebra 2 SURN Temple 1 SEX F 1 _UID D8A99B4EE666FD449B08344D0C65559E7FB7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 FEB 1826 2 PLAC (Chili or Riga, Monroe county, New York?) 1 FAMS @F152@ 1 FAMC @F153@ 0 @I423@ INDI 1 NAME William /Temple/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Temple 1 SEX M 1 _UID 406E9E0112B7944AB8C778EFAA626C1769A3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F153@ 0 @I424@ INDI 1 NAME Jemima // 2 GIVN Jemima 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5F815D78C160684D99C9C8E6FEBD1F76EBF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F153@ 0 @I425@ INDI 1 NAME Carrie Adelaide /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Carrie Adelaide 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4E6218942488EC4CBBD02F1D63F12BFD93C3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 AUG 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAR 1864 2 PLAC Manistee, Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE 5 JAN 1918 2 PLAC Kasson, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F154@ 1 FAMC @F145@ 0 @I426@ INDI 1 NAME Jennie Belle /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Jennie Belle 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4B47A4C671FB0B4AAD04B3CDB421580A25A0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 AUG 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1867 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1867 2 PLAC Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE 5 JAN 1918 2 PLAC Moose Lake, Minnesota 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F155@ 1 FAMS @F156@ 1 FAMC @F145@ 0 @I427@ INDI 1 NAME Unknown /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Unknown 2 SURN Franklin 1 _UID A4C05C20F7414146ABBFF873290A0649F63E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 FAMC @F145@ 0 @I428@ INDI 1 NAME F.M. /Cooper/ 2 GIVN F.M. 2 SURN Cooper 1 SEX M 1 _UID 30921C06086DC64CBE3D78074E7FB3E64B6A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 FEB 2009 1 FAMS @F154@ 0 @I429@ INDI 1 NAME Unknown /Olsen/ 2 GIVN Unknown 2 SURN Olsen 1 SEX M 1 _UID 74ECA715501EED4B897DBD335AE1B0EE91AF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F155@ 0 @I430@ INDI 1 NAME Unknown /Herschler/ 2 GIVN Unknown 2 SURN Herschler 1 SEX M 1 _UID 19E03BAB7B6F044B86621C179BBF94BDDE74 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F156@ 0 @I431@ INDI 1 NAME Aaron /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Aaron 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7AFBE1B936882E46BCA9C25C1FAE45693FFA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 FEB 1730 2 NOTE From Hist of Guilford, VT, Broad Brook Grange: 3 CONT 3 CONT "Aaron was so tiny at birth that he was put in a quart cup and a hand p 3 CONC laced over the top didn't touch him. He d. at Guilford age 100." 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 11 FEB 1730 2 _SDATE 12 FEB 1730 2 PLAC Guilford, Vermont 1 FAMS @F157@ 1 FAMC @F111@ 0 @I432@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 81D503D42B51B14D8DD1547C649F18E4D49B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 MAY 1732 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F111@ 0 @I433@ INDI 1 NAME Molley /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Molley 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID B75152BCB4FEB846A677BEECBCC3E12C19DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 SEP 1738 2 PLAC Dighton, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT 1793 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1794 1 FAMS @F158@ 1 FAMC @F111@ 0 @I434@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Rachel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 44BBBECEBDCCB54787379E3A93A8656BB148 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1744 OR 1745 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1744 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F159@ 1 FAMC @F111@ 0 @I435@ INDI 1 NAME Philip /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Philip 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5ACE268182C2C14AA791ACD497E42741B9D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 JAN 2001 1 NOTE From: "Allan R. Ross" <74521.144@compuserve.com> 2 CONT 2 CONT Hi Cindy, 2 CONT 2 CONT Williamstown is quite a bit north of Guilford, but my FRANKLIN line is 2 CONT James1 of RI abt. 1650, James2, Philip3 (rem. to Guilford, VT)Philip4, 2 CONT James5, James, Jr.6 (removed to Newfane and Townshend, VT) Henry7,Ernes 2 CONC t8, 2 CONT Hugh9 (my father) 2 CONT 2 CONT Guilford, VT History has lots on this FRANKLIN line..........JanetFrank 2 CONC lin 2 CONT Ross - MA/AZ 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Hi Terry, 2 CONT 2 CONT Thanks for the info on the descendants of James FRANKLIN of RI group.My 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT line is as follows: 2 CONT 2 CONT James1, James2, Philip2, Philip3, James4, James5, Henry6, Ernest7 (mygr 2 CONC f). 2 CONT I have - 2 CONT 2 CONT James, Sr. b abt 1650 m (1) poss. Eunice BARNES, m (2) ElizabethHAMMOND 2 CONC ? 2 CONT 2 CONT James, Jr. b 8 July 1682, Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, m 1705 MarthaORMSBEE/ 2 CONC BY 2 CONT b 7 May 1680 Rehoboth (dau of John and Grace (MARTIN) ORMSBEE) 2 CONT 2 CONT Philip, Sr. b 25 Feb. 1706/07, Swansea, MA, m Rachel HORTON, b 8 June17 2 CONC 06, 2 CONT dau of Thomas and Hannah (GARNSEY) HORTON. Both died Guilford,Windham, V 2 CONC T 2 CONT 2 CONT Philip, Jr. b 11 May 1748, Scituate, RI, m Bethany (Berthina) ROUNDS b1 2 CONC 752 2 CONT Rehoboth, dau of Joseph and Ruth (HORTON) ROUNDS (both died Guilford,VT 2 CONC ) 2 CONT Both Philips listed serving from VT in Rev. War 2 CONT 2 CONT James, Sr. b 25 Dec 1771, Scituate, RI m Mary STARR b 27 May 1771Thomps 2 CONC on, 2 CONT Windham, CT, dau of Capt. Comfort and Judith (COOPER) STARR. Bothdied 2 CONT Newfane, Windham, VT. 2 CONT 2 CONT James, Jr. b 17 August 1795, Townshend, Windham, VT, m Lucinda HOLLANDb 1 2 CONC 8 2 CONT Mar 1804, Newfane, VT, dau of Samuel and Mitty(Mitta) (HARRIS)HOLLAND. 2 CONT Both died Newfane. 2 CONT 2 CONT Henry Francis FRANKLIN b 30 October 1840, Townshend, VT, m Lucretia 2 CONT Catherine WHITE, dau of Hiram and Abigail Dennison (HARRIS) WHITE.Both 2 CONT died Townshend. 2 CONT 2 CONT Ernest Rollin FRANKLIN b 8 September 1870 Townshend, VT m Sara Frances 2 CONT WILBUR b 4 Sept 1874 Wardsboro, VT, dau of George Henry and Lucy Ann 2 CONT (TWITCHELL) WILBUR. 2 CONT 2 CONT I've been corresponding with a 4th cousin through the CompuServe Gene. 2 CONT Forum (she has James of RI down through James, Sr. and Mary STARR) whoh 2 CONC as 2 CONT a theory that our James might have been a Scottish Prisoner???????Has 2 CONT anyone researched this possibility??? 2 CONT 2 CONT Thanks, again for including me. I'd be happy to share anything Ihave. 2 CONT 2 CONT Janet (FRANKLIN) Ross...MA/AZ 2 CONT 2 CONT P.S. For anyone connecting to Philip3 or Philip4 of Guilford, VT,they 2 CONT have a FRANKLIN reunion in Vernon, VT every year in July. 2 CONT I haven't been able to attend yet, but I can give details on how to be 2 CONT included on list. 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC _ 2 CONT 2 CONT Terry, 2 CONT 2 CONT It seems like an excellent idea to keep it to the James Franklinconnect 2 CONC ion. 2 CONT I'm not on the Franklin-L list as that seems much too broad. Andthanks t 2 CONC o Lee 2 CONT for adding our info. 2 CONT 2 CONT There is a great deal of Franklin lineage from Philip and RachelHorton i 2 CONC n 2 CONT the Official History of Guilford Vt. published by the Broad BrookGrange i 2 CONC n 2 CONT 1961. I have been working on many families in the 1791 VT Census forSc 2 CONC ott 2 CONT Bartley's Series of VT Families in 1791 and was going to do the 4Frankl 2 CONC in 2 CONT families listed there--Philip, Aaron, Aaron Jr. and Jabez--but Scottmen 2 CONC tioned 2 CONT that Margaret Jenks was already working on them. So I hope to get intou 2 CONC ch 2 CONT with her soon to find out what she has learned about their descendantsa 2 CONC nd 2 CONT where they went, which is one of the purposes of the series. 2 CONT 2 CONT I too have been wondering about the source of the marriage of James toE 2 CONC unice 2 CONT Barnes, as I had not found that anywhere myself. Would love to haveit 2 CONT documented. 2 CONT 2 CONT Helga Andrews in Sudbury MA with fairly easy access to the New EnglandH 2 CONC ist. 2 CONT and Gen. Soc. for lookups, though I may have exhausted the earlyFrankli 2 CONC n 2 CONT sources. 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Helga- 2 CONT Hi! 2 CONT I am able to go to the NEHGS library there about once a year, as mywife i 2 CONC s 2 CONT from Maine, and we MUST return there every so often. I also try to gett 2 CONC o 2 CONT the Archives at Waltham as well. Unfortunatedly, I have maybe one dayfo 2 CONC r 2 CONT research when I'm there. 2 CONT I have a little hunch that James Franklin originated from somewherearou 2 CONC nd 2 CONT Swansea, West Glamorganshire, Wales- though all I have to go on so fari 2 CONC s my 2 CONT idea that since the Franklins crop up in Swansea, Mass, and Swansea,NH. 2 CONC .. 2 CONT maybe they were from... Swansea, Wales! I found one book at NEHGSwhich 2 CONT listed several Franklins as Mayors in Swansea in the early 1600's, soI 2 CONT can't wait to do more digging. If you get a chance, maybe you could dos 2 CONC ome 2 CONT hunting along those lines as well?? 2 CONT Talk to you more soon- 2 CONT -Terry in Minneapolis 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT -----Original Message----- 2 CONT From: Hanjm@aol.com 2 CONT To: TerTerOli@email.msn.com 2 CONT Date: Monday, August 31, 1998 12:25 PM 2 CONT Subject: Re: Franklin cousins 2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT 2 CONT Hello everyone, 2 CONT I am going to Vermont this week trying to locate more 2 CONT information about my family. I descend from a William FRANKLIN bornin 2 CONT 1773, in Rhode Island, then he later moved to Vermont, Broome Co, NY, 2 CONT and finally Mercer Co, PA were he died in 1857. 2 CONT 2 CONT I suspect that he is related to the FRANKLIN family of Guilford, 2 CONT Vermont. He had interactions with a Moses Franklin of Otsego Co., NY, 2 CONT who was the son of Aaron FRANKLIN, of Guilford, VT. I believe my 2 CONT William is the son of Philip FRANKLIN ( son of Philip, son of James).I 2 CONT believe he married Sarah BROWN in Guilford,VT in 1795. William and 2 CONT Sarah's children include Moses born 1796 in VT, Elizabeth born 1799 in 2 CONT VT, and Leander. 2 CONT 2 CONT Is anyone else tracing the descendants of Philip FRANKLIN ( of 2 CONT Sciuate,RI, then Guilford,VT)? I would love to here from you. Thank 2 CONT you, Kevin Stiles, Laurel, MD 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________________________ 2 CONT Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________ 2 CONT ____________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Next is From Ancestry's Mass VRs to 1850: 2 CONT 2 CONT VITAL RECORDS OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850 2 CONT GILL MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850 2 CONT page 55 2 CONT FRANKLIN, Jabez of Guilford, and Sally Darling, May 3, 1806.Intentionno 2 CONC t RecordedIntention 2 CONT Not Recorded* [p.55] 2 CONT 2 CONT VITAL RECORDS OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850 2 CONT GILL MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850 2 CONT 2 CONT FRANKLIN, Eben[eze]r and Esther Hammon, publishment of intention ofmarr 2 CONC iage Dec. 7, 1795. 2 CONT Click to view full context 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1748 2 PLAC Scituate, Rhode Island 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1780 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1780 2 NOTE Military, In Captain Starrs Regiment, Revolutionary War. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1813 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1813 2 PLAC Guilford, Vermont 2 NOTE Guilford History says d.22 August 1831- is that Bethania's deat 1 FAMS @F160@ 1 FAMC @F111@ 0 @I436@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret // 2 GIVN Margaret 1 SEX F 1 _UID 84DC659A168ECA44A24262154F90C79AAC8D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F157@ 0 @I437@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Guile/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Guile 1 SEX M 1 _UID C5FE00A431B4544C9B0BDC85659E35CFFA0F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1700 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1700 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1785 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1785 1 FAMS @F158@ 1 FAMC @F161@ 0 @I438@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Weatherhead/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Weatherhead 1 SEX M 1 _UID 307A08734B9B8A41912CEC3ED0C72A118FBB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F159@ 0 @I439@ INDI 1 NAME Bethana /Rounds/ 2 GIVN Bethana 2 SURN Rounds 1 SEX F 1 _UID FD7024359830EA44A33CB54A11E4C02170BE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE Also seen as Bethania, Berthina and Bethany. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1752 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1752 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 AUG 1831 2 PLAC Guilford, Vermont 2 NOTE May be Philips' date of death 1 FAMS @F160@ 1 FAMC @F692@ 0 @I440@ INDI 1 NAME John /Guile/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Guile 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7D81C478305D12468C95252E72A7EF7F1AE9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F161@ 0 @I441@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Garfield/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Garfield 1 SEX F 1 _UID 77FF6C9D1E2D774586E2AB74D94C5BCB5819 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F161@ 0 @I442@ INDI 1 NAME Philip /Guile/ 2 GIVN Philip 2 SURN Guile 1 SEX M 1 _UID ECF284F42BCA0447928CB40298219AC17E41 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1771 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1771 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 1849 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1848 1 RESI 2 PLAC Rhode Island 1 RESI 2 PLAC Danby, Vermont 1 RESI 2 PLAC Erie county, New York 1 FAMS @F162@ 1 FAMC @F158@ 0 @I443@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Guile/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Guile 1 SEX M 1 _UID 93ACE9907D027849AF5D1286C54697BDFB63 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1812 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1812 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1868 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1868 1 FAMS @F163@ 1 FAMC @F162@ 0 @I444@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID B4A05DBB542FFB40A423E23B9AF844563AEE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1821 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1821 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1907 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1907 1 RESI 2 PLAC Erie County, Pennsylvania 1 FAMS @F163@ 0 @I445@ INDI 1 NAME Daniell /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Daniell 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID B707233310C7D2428E3AA9568223AEF60F9A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Rhode Island Vital Records (NEHGS Database online) 2 CONT 2 CONT 1739 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Marabah, of Elisha and Hannah, Feb. 10, 1739. 1 2 2 CONC 13 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONC 2 CONT 2 CONT 1742 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN John, Aug. 31, 1742. 1 213 Birth Scituate <.. 2 CONC /vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1745 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Phebe, Jan. 25, 1745. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1747 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Nathan, July 5, 1747. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1751 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN James, March 7, 1751. 1 < 2 CONC b>213 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.as 2 CONC p?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1753 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Elisha, of Elisha and Hannah, April 12, 1753. 1 2 2 CONC 13 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONC 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Squire, of Elisha and Hannah, June 5, 1758. 1 21 2 CONC 3 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012>< 2 CONC /u> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Hannah, Aug. 8, 1758. 1 213 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1761 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Samuel, June 28, 1761. First two born Swansey, n 2 CONC ext Rehoboth, the rest Scituate. 1 213 Birth Scituate <../vital_reco 2 CONC rds_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1749 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN David, of Uriah and Abigail, June 8, 1749. 1 195 B 2 CONC irth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1751 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Uriah, July 14, 1751. 1 195 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1753 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Reuben, Oct. 15, 1753. 1 195 Birth Scituate < 2 CONC ../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1756 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Abel, May 17, 1756. 1 195 Birth Scituate <../ 2 CONC vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1759 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Joshua, June 28, 1759. 1 195 Birth Scituate < 2 CONC ../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1758 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Amie, of Daniel and Beriah (also 1-196), Jan. 12 2 CONC , 1758. 1 180 Birth Scituate <../vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_ 2 CONC num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 1760 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN Lydia, Aug. 23, 1760. 1 186 Birth Scituate <. 2 CONC ./vital_records_ri/town_info.asp?seq_num=100012> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 JUN 1736 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 BAPM 2 DATE 11 AUG 1736 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 1 RESI 2 DATE 1790 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1790 2 PLAC Washington, Berkshire co., Massachusetts 2 NOTE Probably the Daniel in Washington, Berkshire co., Mass., in 1790 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1084@ 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I446@ INDI 1 NAME David /Franklin/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID E8658CDC4843104490EA38041E40ED710651 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 SOUR @S773@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT A Record of Those That Have Owned the Covenant 4 CONT From Nov. 13, 1728, in The Church of Christ in Barrington 4 CONT 4 CONT Nathl. PECK, 3rd, & Alice, his wife - Oct 18, 1730 4 CONT Mary, wife of Hezekiah CHAFEE - Jun 6, 1731 Jacob BOSWORTH - Apr 2, 173 4 CONC 2 4 CONT Constant VIAL, & Sarah VIAL, his wife - May 18, 1735 4 CONT Elizabeth FRANKLIN, wife of John FRANKLIN - Jul 4, 1736 4 CONT Gideon FRANKLIN - Aug 1, 1736 4 CONT Joseph VIAL & Ruth, his wife - Sep 12, 1736 4 CONT Hannah ANDREWS - Dec 19, 1736 4 CONT Janes BARNES, wife of Sam'l BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Keziah BARNES, daughter of Jane BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Rogers RICHMOND & Susannah his wife on ye day of the death of the child a 4 CONC t Gideon FRANKLINS house - Jul 23, 1740 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 APR 1738 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 BAPM 2 DATE 21 MAY 1738 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I447@ INDI 1 NAME Asa /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Asa 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 10772CC5E118924CBFF867445BBDD444E163 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Asa Franklin, RI(?), 1700's 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to Message Listings ] [Print 2 CONT Message ] [ Help ] 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by denise on January 16, 1999 at 18:23:03: 2 CONT 2 CONT Looking for any information on Captain Asa Franklin m. Sara (Paine) 2 CONT daughter Sally (1762-1842). Sally married John Olney Waterman son of 2 CONT Mary Olney and John Waterman. 2 CONT Thanks. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT

Oliver Franklin Descendants

2 CONT James Franklin 1682 and Martha Ormsby> GideonFrankli 2 CONC n 1711 and Mary Chaffee> Asa Franklin 1740 and SarahPaine> James F 2 CONC ranklin 1770 and Molly -----> David Franklin c1801and Miranda Green& 2 CONC gt; Oliver Franklin 1815 and Juliette Case> HelenFranklin 1840 and F 2 CONC enton Howe> Frank Howe 1863 [(my grandfather).(I have not yet proved t 2 CONC he Oliver Franklin link, but suspect that hewas born out of wedlock to D 2 CONC avid and Miranda.) Any descendants of Asaand Sarah who might know about t 2 CONC his line?]= 2 CONT 2 CONT =
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2 CONT 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC ____ 2 CONT 2 CONT Dear Terry: 2 CONT I am also working on The same FRANKLIN line as you posted. I believeCap 2 CONC t. Asa FRANKLIN and Sarah PAYNE or PAINE 2 CONT had these children : 2 CONT 1. F Sally FRANKLIN b. FEB 1762 d. 5 JUN 1842 2 CONT 2. F? Asa P. FRANKLIN 2 CONT 3. M Henry Payne FRANKLIN b. 27 NOV 1777 m. 29 MAR 1812 2 CONT both these events took place in Providence, RI . Hemarried Charlotte B 2 CONC ICKNELL b. 4 MAY 1789 Worchester, MA. 2 CONT I have all of their children. I would love to go further back thanGideo 2 CONC n FRANKLIN and Mary CHAFFEE. 2 CONT THANKS FOR YOU HELP!!!! 2 CONT If I can help you any thing please let me know. 2 CONT Your fellow FRANKLIN cousin 2 CONT Helene Johnson 2 CONT my4lenes@airswitch.net 2 CONT 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT _______ 2 CONT 2 CONT Dear Terry: 2 CONT I was excited to receive your e-mail I went immediately to your website a 2 CONC nd 2 CONT added my lineage to the list. Asa's son was Henry P. FRANKLIN ( Iassume t 2 CONC he P 2 CONT stands for PAYNE). He was born 27 NOV 1777 in Civil, Providence, RI .He 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT married Charlotte BICKNELL on 29 MAR 1812 and they had ten children.The 2 CONC ir 4th 2 CONT child was Benjamin FRANKLIN and he became a reverend. He was therector f 2 CONC or 2 CONT Christ's Church (Episcopal) in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, NJ. He 2 CONT performed his daughter's (Marian FRANKLIN) marriage to MillardFillmore 2 CONT FUNKHOUSER 2 CONT on 3 Jun 1885. Marian was born in New Castle, DE. I only have a placen 2 CONC o birth 2 CONT date. Benjamin had for other daughters: 2 CONT 1. Emma FRANKLIN married a VAN VLIET ( He later became a U.S. ArmyGen 2 CONC eral) 2 CONT 2.. Charlotte FRANKLIN married William A. TALIAFERRO b. 1851 VA 2 CONT 3. Lousie?? FRANKLIN married DABNEY FRANKLIN??? 2 CONT 4. Helen FRANKLIN married a ALLEN or ALAN or ALLAN 2 CONT 5. Marian FRANKLIN see above d. 27 FEB 1890 Hutchinson, KS 2 CONT These are from some Hand written notes of my Aunt's. She died in 1995an 2 CONC d my 2 CONT cousin sent me copies of her records and thoughts. She was doingresearc 2 CONC h for 2 CONT DAR papers. My Father and Grandfather were SARs. 2 CONT Thank you for taking the time to send this information. I do soappreci 2 CONC ate it. 2 CONT I especially like the sources I will look them up when or if I get acha 2 CONC nce to 2 CONT get the Family History Library. I have a 9 month old baby girl whokeep 2 CONC s me 2 CONT pretty busy. My husband and I love using the internet to dogenealogy. I 2 CONC t helps 2 CONT me stay sane. I love having this baby in my life. We also have twooth 2 CONC er 2 CONT Daughters ages 12 and 14 so with the baby and the genealogy I think Ica 2 CONC n make 2 CONT through the next few years. HA HA!!! 2 CONT Your cousin, 2 CONT Helene 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Terry Olson wrote: 2 CONT 2 CONT > Helene- 2 CONT > 2 CONT > This is exciting! 2 CONT > 2 CONT > I didn't even have Asa's marriage info, but I do have his birthdate, a 2 CONC nd 2 CONT > his complete ancestry as known to date. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Gideon Franklin was born 10 October 1711, in Swansea, Bristolcounty, 2 CONT > Massachusetts to James and Martha (Ormsbee/Ormsby) Franklin (SwanseaV 2 CONC Rs). 2 CONT > He married 18 November 1735 (intent date 1 November 1735), inSwansea, t 2 CONC o 2 CONT > Mary Chaffee (Swansea VRs). Children as listed in the Rehoboth,Bristo 2 CONC l 2 CONT > county, Massachusetts VRs as follows (Rehoboth VRs): 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Daniell b.25 June 1736 2 CONT > David b.13 April 1738 2 CONT > Asa b.28 January 1740 (1739 by old dating) 2 CONT > Molly b.3 Oct 1741 2 CONT > Hannah b.29 July 1743 2 CONT > Gideon b.25 April 1745 2 CONT > Oliver b.14 Dec 1748 2 CONT > 2 CONT > James was born 8 July 1682, in Dartmouth, Bristol county,Massachusett 2 CONC s, to 2 CONT > James Franklin. He died 2 or 21 Oct 1765 in Scituate, RI. Martha wasb 2 CONC orn 7 2 CONT > May 1680 in Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts to John andGrace 2 CONT > (Martin) Ormsby. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Other sources include "Franklins and related families," by DorothyRay 2 CONC moure; 2 CONT > "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," pp.267-8 (v.1) (Ormsby);Bro 2 CONC ad 2 CONT > Brook Grange- Guilford, VT (Official History of Guilford, Vermont) -P 2 CONC hilip 2 CONT > Franklin moved to Guilford, and the history follows his ancestrybegin 2 CONC ning 2 CONT > with the earliet known ancestor, James. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > I am a descendant of Gideon's brother, Ichabod and first wife,Hester 2 CONT > Horton. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > The father of James above, James, was earliest found in Braintree,Mas 2 CONC s., 2 CONT > but no one has found his roots, whether in England, or elsewhere. Aqu 2 CONC ery in 2 CONT > the Boston Transcript said his wife was Uni, but there is no othersou 2 CONC rce 2 CONT > mentioned to back that claim. I have a hunch that James may be fromWe 2 CONC st 2 CONT > Glamorganshire, Wales, as there is a town Swansea there, and itseems t 2 CONC hat 2 CONT > the Franklins in my lineage always end up in or near a town namedSwan 2 CONC sea 2 CONT > (in Mass, and NH, anyway). I found a list of Mayors and Portreevesin 2 CONT > Swansea, Wales, of Franklins in the mid 1600's, which I thought wasen 2 CONC ough 2 CONT > to pursue my hunch further, though I have not had the opportunity tod 2 CONC o so. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > -Terry 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Franklin cousins website http://fromhere.to/history 1 SOUR @S773@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT A Record of Those That Have Owned the Covenant 4 CONT From Nov. 13, 1728, in The Church of Christ in Barrington 4 CONT 4 CONT Nathl. PECK, 3rd, & Alice, his wife - Oct 18, 1730 4 CONT Mary, wife of Hezekiah CHAFEE - Jun 6, 1731 Jacob BOSWORTH - Apr 2, 173 4 CONC 2 4 CONT Constant VIAL, & Sarah VIAL, his wife - May 18, 1735 4 CONT Elizabeth FRANKLIN, wife of John FRANKLIN - Jul 4, 1736 4 CONT Gideon FRANKLIN - Aug 1, 1736 4 CONT Joseph VIAL & Ruth, his wife - Sep 12, 1736 4 CONT Hannah ANDREWS - Dec 19, 1736 4 CONT Janes BARNES, wife of Sam'l BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Keziah BARNES, daughter of Jane BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Rogers RICHMOND & Susannah his wife on ye day of the death of the child a 4 CONC t Gideon FRANKLINS house - Jul 23, 1740 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 JAN 1740 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE 1739/40 1 BAPM 2 DATE 16 MAR 1739/40 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1169@ 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I448@ INDI 1 NAME Molly /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Molly 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 18A32287E445AF42A0821AE74DEFE916DC29 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1741 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4299@ 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I449@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 2649EE273ED557418F030274C22EA2561F6D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 JUL 1743 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I450@ INDI 1 NAME Gideon /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Gideon 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 17438D082973E64E8EE8C5FEE6A0E267C711 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Vital Records 2 CONT FRANKLIN Gideon, b.April 25, 1745 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 APR 1745 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4322@ 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I451@ INDI 1 NAME Oliver /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Oliver 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID E8368EAC38A8D740BAB0AE5F20FD64B0F726 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE 1790 census: 2 CONT Adams, Berkshire co., Mass 2 CONT 3 boys 16 and older (including Oliver) 2 CONT 1 boy under 16 2 CONT 3 females (including Oliver's wife, if living) 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 DEC 1748 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE 1790 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1790 2 PLAC Adams, Berkshire co., Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I452@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Rachel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID F9A323598C2B8A4581CFBA98CA1EBE5D4326 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 FEB 1762 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F119@ 0 @I453@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID F21E02F241990949847CF159609959A26E58 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 FEB 1762 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F119@ 0 @I454@ INDI 1 NAME John /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID DFE7F0768F771247BA4820CF039B3EDB3362 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 NOV 2008 1 NOTE He was a Teamster in the Revolutionary War in Massachusetts. Moved with f 2 CONC amily to Winchester, NH at four years of age [Terry asks: how did he se 2 CONC rve in the War in Mass., then?]. At 20 years moved to Swanzey, NH, wher 2 CONC e he resided 19 or 20 years. He then moved toTrenton, Oneida county, Ne 2 CONC w York, lived there 5 years; moved to Ellisburg, Jefferson county, NY, u 2 CONC ntil about 1819, when he moved to Hanover, NY. His wife apparently prec 2 CONC eded him in death, as he had no widow. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 OCT 1763 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1767 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1767 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 NOTE rem 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1783 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1783 2 PLAC Swanzey, Cheshire county, NH 2 NOTE rem 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1801 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1801 2 PLAC Trenton, Oneida county, New York 2 NOTE rem 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1806 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1806 2 PLAC Ellisburg, Jefferson county, NY 2 NOTE rem 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1819 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1819 2 PLAC Hanover, Chautauqua county, NY 2 NOTE rem 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 FEB 1850 2 PLAC Hanover, Chautauqua county, New York 1 FAMS @F1148@ 1 FAMC @F119@ 0 @I455@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 65A902BD3D1C9D4DA9A59DAA092EF744177E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 JUL 1765 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1168@ 1 FAMC @F119@ 0 @I456@ INDI 1 NAME Chloe /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Chloe 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID D54F86656F26474DB39AACC76F665C79A28F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 SEP 1767 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F119@ 0 @I457@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Horton/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID FE001AD541387A40B86A5750EB3921F82666 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 NOV 2004 1 NOTE 34. Joseph BOWEN born 26 JUN 1662, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, married 1688, i 2 CONC n MA, Elizabeth ROUND, born ca 1670, (daughter of John ROUND and Elizab 2 CONC eth CHASE) JRF2-p15+, Homemaker, died aft 1710. Joseph died 27 DEC 1727 2 CONC , Rehoboth, Bristol, MA. Children: 96. i John BOWEN born 26 SEP 1689, R 2 CONC ehoboth, Bristol, MA, JRF10-p17. 97. ii Alice Elsie BOWEN born 1690, MA 2 CONC , JRF11-p17, married 13 JAN 1708, in Swansea, Bristol MA, Jacob CHASE, b 2 CONC orn MA, died Swansea, Bristol MA. 98. iii Ruth BOWEN born 15 OCT 1691, R 2 CONC ehoboth, Bristol, MA, JRF12-p17, married 20 NOV 1718, in Swansea, Brist 2 CONC ol MA, John MUNRO. Ruth died bfr 22 MAR 1727. + 99. iv Elisha BOWEN bor 2 CONC n 06 JUL 1693. 100. v Obadiah BOWEN born 07 JUN 1695, Rehoboth, Bristol 2 CONC , MA, JRF14-p18, married Sarah HORTON, born 17 MAY 1702, Milton, MA, (d 2 CONC aughter of Solomon HORTON and Susannah BADCOCK). 101. vi Naomi BOWEN bo 2 CONC rn 09 SEP 1697, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, JRF15-p18, died 13 JUL 1699, Reh 2 CONC oboth, Bristol, MA. 102. vii Joseph BOWEN born 09 NOV 1699, Rehoboth, B 2 CONC ristol, MA, JRF16-p18, married (1) 23 MAR 1721, Ann MARTIN, born 09 DEC 1 2 CONC 699, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, (daughter of Melatiah MARTIN and Deborah BR 2 CONC OOKS) died 16 AUG 1727, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, married (2) 15 AUG 1728, i 2 CONC n Swansea, Bristol MA, Hannah PECK. + 103. viii Jabez BOWEN born 23 NOV 1 2 CONC 701. 104. ix Elizabeth BOWEN born 06 JUN 1704, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, J 2 CONC RF18-p19, died aft 04 JUN 1773. 105. x Mary BOWEN born 01 JUL 1706, Reh 2 CONC oboth, Bristol, MA, JRF19-p19, married Icabod BOSWORTH, born 31 MAY 170 2 CONC 6, Swansea, Bristol MA, (son of Jonathon BOSWORTH and Sarah ROUND) JRF3 2 CONC 9-p33, died aft 10 AUG 1775, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, Buried: bfr 06 SEP 1 2 CONC 775, Rehoboth, Bristol, MA. Mary died bfr 10 SEP 1748. 2 CONT http://www.ormsby.org/genie/Miscellaneous/Bowen.html 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 MAY 1702 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F3327@ 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I458@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Horton/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 065435CC40002F4BB760ABE53A0625F21310 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 OCT 1704 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I459@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Horton/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4B354927E41F5D4F9B624DFED478601DB011 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE Placed in guardianship of Joseph Garnsey, who was married to ElizabethB 2 CONC adcock, Susanna (Badcock) Horton's sister. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 DEC 1706 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts? 1 ADOP 2 DATE 1 NOV 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE "glen l. kimble" 3 CONT 3 CONT Alexander Kimble born 6-30-1836 in Guersney county Ohio. next then wefi 3 CONC nd him in Sunflower county Mississippi. He was married to Rebeccabetty o 3 CONC n March 8th 1858. She was born 11-8-1840 in Alabama. 3 CONT 3 CONT Her parents were William and Mary (Gass) Betty. Do not know any moreabo 3 CONC ut them. 3 CONT 3 CONT Alexander and Rebecca had two sons and five daughters. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sara Ann (Kimble) Gressom, born 1-25-1859 in Sunflower county,Mississip 3 CONC pi. Died 2-13-1944 in Chelsea, Oklahoma and buried in theChelsea Cemete 3 CONC ry. She married William David Gressom in Carthage,Missouri, second marr 3 CONC iage to John Thomas Michell. 3 CONT 3 CONT Mary Elizabeth born 1866 in Illinois and married Van Asher in `1900 inA 3 CONC rkansas. Married again to Dean Pratt. Do not know when she died. 3 CONT 3 CONT Bob Kimble born 9-11-1860 in Kansas, died 7-18-1922. His family sayshe i 3 CONC s in the Bunch Cemetery at Bunch, Oklahoma in and unmarked grave,but th 3 CONC ey say they know the grave site. 3 CONT 3 CONT He married Lucy Sumpter (Indian) She was born 7-18-1864 died12-19-1943 3 CONT 3 CONT Emma (Kimble) Pace born 1871. Died 1941 and buried in Chelsea cemeteryi 3 CONC n Chelsea, Oklahoma. She married Charley Pace. 3 CONT 3 CONT I have nothing on Janie or Viola except a picture of Jannie with hersis 3 CONC ter Mary, and that Janie married Pete Lillard and they had threechildre 3 CONC n, Milburn, Walter, and Paulene (Lillard) Hass. Jannie isburied in Tyro 3 CONC nza, Arkansas. 3 CONT 3 CONT Peter Kimble was born 5-10-74 and died 1-26-1932. Him and his wife areb 3 CONC uried in the Hite cemetery at Biggers Arkansas. His wife's name wasJani 3 CONC e (James) Kimble. She was born in Water Valley, Arkansas in 1888,not su 3 CONC re of the date. They married in Water valley, Arkansas on8-8-1898. Wate 3 CONC r Valley is located in Randolph County. There is nolonger a community b 3 CONC y this name. There is a road by the name WaterValley Road and it is the s 3 CONC ame road that Water Valley was located on.There is a large machine shop l 3 CONC ocated on the site now. 3 CONT 3 CONT They had six children, Pearl (Kimble) Collier, Frank Kimble, Edna(kimbl 3 CONC e) Collier, Earnest Kimble, Lola (kimble) Tyler, Viola (kimble)Aden. 3 CONT 3 CONT Frank Kimble being my father. He married Effie Anna Mae Tyler on5-16-19 3 CONC 23. They had six children, Milford Frank, Alice Olivine,Mildred Pauline 3 CONC , Glen Lavelle, Violet Lataua, Terrance Mickey, RonnieLeon. 3 CONT 3 CONT Milford born 8-8-1926, died 1-14-1994, Alice born 7-24-1928, Mildredbor 3 CONC n 6-28-1930, Glen born 2-6-1934, Lataua born 9-6-1936, Mickey born7-29- 3 CONC 1941, Ronnie born 9-19-1945. 3 CONT 3 CONT I, Glen married Jennie May Matechuk 10-20-1956 in Sault Ste. Marie,Ont. C 3 CONC anada. 3 CONT 3 CONT We had three sons and a daughter. James Edward 6-17-1957, RobertAndrew 8 3 CONC -17-1958, Terry Kevin 12-19-1963, Kimberly Ann 8-26-67. 3 CONT 3 CONT Glen and Jennie divorced in 1977 and he married Emma Lee(Richmond)(Lewi 3 CONC s) on April 14, 1977. 3 CONT 3 CONT Emma has two girls and one boy, all married. Melanie Dawn, MatthewShawn 3 CONC , Lisa Ann. Lisa had her name changed to Kimble in 1995. 3 CONT 3 CONT On 8-30-1995 Lisa had a baby girl and she was named Hannah Effie ClareK 3 CONC imble. I and my wife adopted her and she has been with us from theday s 3 CONC he was born. 3 CONT 3 CONT A few things that I know about Alexander Kimble. When he got marriedthe 3 CONC y spelled his name in the records Kemmell, on his Confederate armyrecor 3 CONC ds it is spelled, Kimble, Kimmett. Kimmel, Kimmell. 3 CONT 3 CONT He joined the Confederate army as a Private in Captain John K AllensCom 3 CONC pany 30 Reg't Mississippi Volunteers on 3-13-1862 and was capturedat Lo 3 CONC ok Mountain on 11-24-1863 by the forces of General Thomas andforward to C 3 CONC aptain S.E. Jones, provost Marshal at Louisville, Kentuckyno 11-29-1863 3 CONC . He was then sent to Rock Island, Illinois as a prisonerof war. on 2-5 3 CONC -1864 he enlisted the U.S. Navy while at Rock Island. Heserved on the U 3 CONC SS San Jacinto, USS Restless, Uss Savannal, Then inSeptember 1865 he De 3 CONC serted and the Navy discharged him in that state.The information I got f 3 CONC rom The National archives is that he was bornin Guersney County, Ohio a 3 CONC nd was 28 years on June 30th 1864. It sayshe had hazel eyes, black hair 3 CONC , dark complexion, 5ft. 8 inches tall andhad a small scare on small of b 3 CONC ack. 3 CONT 3 CONT Next I hear about him is that he was killed at Reyno, Arkansas in thewi 3 CONC nter of 1891 while crossing the ferry on Current river. It is saidthat h 3 CONC e fell from his horse and got his foot caught in the stirrup. Iwas told h 3 CONC e was buried in the Yellow Stone cemetery located across theCurrent Riv 3 CONC er at Reyno, Arkansas. I can not locate the place. I hadone farmer tell m 3 CONC e that it was destroyed for cropland. 3 CONT 3 CONT If any one has any information about Alexander please let me know. Iwou 3 CONC ld also like to hear from his other descendants from him topresent. Any p 3 CONC ictures would be appreciated. 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Glen Lavelle Kimble 3 CONT 3 CONT I know that some have already received this but could not rememberwhom. 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT I also just learned to copy things from microsoft word to my e-mail.ha 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F98@ 1 FAMC @F164@ 0 @I460@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Horton/ 2 GIVN Anna 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID F789785FBB696E4E8A0052FACC6EAF988EB9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 OCT 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 DEC 1708 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts? 1 ADOP 2 DATE 1 NOV 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Bob Kimble, son of Alexander and Rebecca Kimble and brother of Peterkim 3 CONC ble. 3 CONT 3 CONT Bob Kimble born 9-11-1868 and died 7-18-1922 and said to be buried inan u 3 CONC nmarked grave in the Bunch Cemetery at Bunch, Oklahoma. 3 CONT 3 CONT Bob Kimble married Lucy Sumpter (Indian)? Born 7-18-1864 and died12-19- 3 CONC 1943. 3 CONT 3 CONT They had three boys and two girls. John, Lee, Erb, Jennie, and Maudie. 3 CONT 3 CONT Lee Kimble born 1886 and died 1915 in a coal mine cave in at Warner,Okl 3 CONC ahoma or Checotah. 3 CONT 3 CONT He married Etta Blevins and they had two children. Wilburn and Gladys.J 3 CONC ennie born 1-14-1888 and died 10-4-1975. She married Henery Centers,he w 3 CONC as born 1880 and died in 1947. They had one son. His name is Ellisand w 3 CONC as born in 1-18-1917. He married Goldie Winkler, born 9-25-1921. 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT John was born 11-7-1903 and died 7-1-1986. He was born at Marble City,O 3 CONC klahoma. In Stillwell, Oklahoma. He is buried Barker Cemetery atWelling 3 CONC , Oklahoma. He married Rebecca Morgan, they had six children.Robert Jam 3 CONC es, Lowell, Thurman Lee, Juanita and John Jr. 3 CONT 3 CONT Erb was born 3-7-1892 and died 10-4-1979. He married Mamie Cochrumborn 5 3 CONC -23-12895. She died 11-3-1979. They both died from the resultsof an aut 3 CONC omobile wreck. They are buried in the Bunch Cemetery atBunch, Oklahoma. 3 CONC . At this time I know they had one son by the name ofDenvil born 5-20-1 3 CONC 919 and he married Geneua Trosper. She was born2-19-1924. They had seve 3 CONC n children, Carol Ann, Bobbie Denvil, Roger,Betty Mae, Donna, Connie, a 3 CONC nd Faye Ellen. Denvil Also had a son byKatie Big Feather 9Cherokee Indi 3 CONC an) full blood. His name is RainwaterKimble. Rainwater Kimble was born i 3 CONC n 5-4-1937 and married Clara MaeGonzales, she was born 2-3-1943. They a 3 CONC re still living at Bunch,Oklahoma. 3 CONT 3 CONT I need help with the rest of this line. 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT "glen l. kimble" 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I461@ INDI 1 NAME Solomon /Horton/ 2 GIVN Solomon 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID C0BEBF0A3D6D2D42B69F1D01B3FE290CB995 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 OCT 1713 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts? 1 ADOP 2 DATE 1 NOV 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE John Kimble of Va 1700 Fredrick 3 CONT Md 3 CONT 3 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to Message Listings ] [Print 3 CONT Message ] [ Help ] 3 CONT 3 CONT Posted by Betty Kimble on March 16, 1999 at 22:41:48: 3 CONT 3 CONT Looking for the descendants of John Kimble/Kimball of Va who married1. 3 CONT Agnes Beatty in Fredrick Maryland on 5/19/1743. 3 CONT John and Agnes Kimbol transferred land to a 3 CONT Edward Beatty Feb 3, 1759 in Frederick Md. 3 CONT Again seen transferring a slave to William Kimbol Sept. 18 1759 inFrede 3 CONC rick 3 CONT Md. In 3 CONT May 1764 John Kimboll deeded lots to Daniel Delaney. William Kimboll 3 CONT (possible brother son or other relative) sold land to William Beattyand P 3 CONC eter 3 CONT Grosch Feb 1766. William Kimbel married Catherine Grosch and had a 3 CONT daughter Maria Barabara in 1763. 3 CONT 3 CONT John Kimble possibly married also a daughter of Jacob or Michael Altals 3 CONC o of 3 CONT Frederick Md. 3 CONT Looking for proof of this and descendants. 3 CONT 3 CONT Who were the parents of John Kimble/Kimball/ Kimbol/ Kimbell etc.?When 3 CONT did they enter 3 CONT America. Could they have been german or were they English? 3 CONT Any info helpful. 3 CONT Betty Jane Kimble 3 CONT mountroyal@erols.com 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Follow Ups: 3 CONT 3 CONT No followups yet 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to Message Listings ] [Print 3 CONT Message ] [ Help ] 3 CONT 3 CONT Link to GenForum - Agreement of Use - Guidelines/Instructions -Add Foru 3 CONC m 3 CONT 3 CONT http://genforum.familytreemaker.com/kimble/messages/20.html 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I462@ INDI 1 NAME Simeon /Horton/ 2 GIVN Simeon 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 49712ED437191644BA8DD0EEA87CB793D9A4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 OCT 1715 2 PLAC Milton, Massachusetts? 1 ADOP 2 DATE 1 NOV 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE John Kimble of Va 1700 Fredrick 3 CONT Md 3 CONT 3 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to Message Listings ] [Print 3 CONT Message ] [ Help ] 3 CONT 3 CONT Posted by Betty Kimble on March 16, 1999 at 22:41:48: 3 CONT 3 CONT Looking for the descendants of John Kimble/Kimball of Va who married1. 3 CONT Agnes Beatty in Fredrick Maryland on 5/19/1743. 3 CONT John and Agnes Kimbol transferred land to a 3 CONT Edward Beatty Feb 3, 1759 in Frederick Md. 3 CONT Again seen transferring a slave to William Kimbol Sept. 18 1759 inFrede 3 CONC rick 3 CONT Md. In 3 CONT May 1764 John Kimboll deeded lots to Daniel Delaney. William Kimboll 3 CONT (possible brother son or other relative) sold land to William Beattyand P 3 CONC eter 3 CONT Grosch Feb 1766. William Kimbel married Catherine Grosch and had a 3 CONT daughter Maria Barabara in 1763. 3 CONT 3 CONT John Kimble possibly married also a daughter of Jacob or Michael Altals 3 CONC o of 3 CONT Frederick Md. 3 CONT Looking for proof of this and descendants. 3 CONT 3 CONT Who were the parents of John Kimble/Kimball/ Kimbol/ Kimbell etc.?When 3 CONT did they enter 3 CONT America. Could they have been german or were they English? 3 CONT Any info helpful. 3 CONT Betty Jane Kimble 3 CONT mountroyal@erols.com 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Follow Ups: 3 CONT 3 CONT No followups yet 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to Message Listings ] [Print 3 CONT Message ] [ Help ] 3 CONT 3 CONT Link to GenForum - Agreement of Use - Guidelines/Instructions -Add Foru 3 CONC m 3 CONT 3 CONT http://genforum.familytreemaker.com/kimble/messages/20.html 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I463@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Horton/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8C20B4217C4D054492E1F8592E46CB9127CF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F98@ 1 FAMC @F165@ 0 @I464@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Horton/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 55E4AC1FA827F94E8B875143E2FA49EDD2DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 OCT 2001 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I465@ INDI 1 NAME Moses /Horton/ 2 GIVN Moses 2 SURN Horton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6DC765006563C04DB915DDC7840FE8116CBB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 OCT 2001 1 FAMC @F98@ 0 @I466@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Garnsey/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Garnsey 1 SEX M 1 _UID AA9149A94550F346BA18518573E8EF3E2BE9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F164@ 0 @I468@ INDI 1 NAME John /Wilmarth (Wilmouth)/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Wilmarth (Wilmouth) 1 SEX M 1 _UID C94D5BEF226E7142B57BCE2154A7ED6F194A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F165@ 0 @I470@ INDI 1 NAME John /Franklin/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID F49AD52606C460459E46E2B026F6411EE96B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 NOV 2006 1 NOTE In Swanzey, NH 1790, 1800? 2 CONT 2 CONT There is a different John Franklin who married Sarah Thresher. That Joh 2 CONC n lived in Wrentham, Mass., by 1790, while another John lived in Swanze 2 CONC y, NH alongside brother Nathan and 1/2 sibs Ichabod (or nephew) and Ste 2 CONC phen Franklin and nephew Daniel Franklin. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 AUG 1740 2 PLAC Attleboro, Bristol county, Massachusetts? 1 CENS 2 DATE 1790 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1790 2 PLAC Swanzey, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 2 NOTE 1 male >= 16, 2 males < 16, 2 females. 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I472@ INDI 1 NAME Solomon /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Solomon 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID CAA30315E123E14F866294369196FC60EEC8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 NOV 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 JAN 1766 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE 10 APR 1793 2 PLAC Wrentham, Norfolk co., Massachusetts 2 NOTE "of Wrentham" when married in Attleborough. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1800 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1800 2 PLAC [Wrentham?], Norfolk county, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 19 MAR 1803 2 PLAC Kendall or Carlton [T16 R2 Sec 3], Orleans county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, Original Article 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 29 FEB 1812 2 PLAC Kendall or Carlton [T16 R2 Sec 3], Orleans county, New York 2 NOTE Real Estate, Lot 12. Table of subsequent receipts. 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F3315@ 1 FAMC @F1154@ 0 @I477@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Viall/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Viall 1 SEX F 1 _UID AE718C9BBCB8BD40BAF3D9D06B343C442CFF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 SEP 1712 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RELI 2 DATE 4 JUL 1736 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 2 NOTE signed a contract at Barrington: 3 CONT FRANKLIN Elizabeth, wife of John, July 4, 1736 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 OCT 1741 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S380@ 3 PAGE Vol. 2 p.249 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE Vol. 2 p.249 3 DATA 4 TEXT Vol. 2 p.249 1 FAMS @F168@ 1 FAMC @F683@ 0 @I478@ INDI 1 NAME Viall /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Viall 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4858309660F37045ABB7C32FF845E52B0F1E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Dear Terry: 2 CONT Do you have anything on Viall Franklin b 1736 in, either Swansea,Bristo 2 CONC l, MA, 2 CONT or Great Barrington, Swansea, MA? This odd first name ended up on his 2 CONT grandson, Vial BEAL, my 3rd great-grandfather. Obviously it's afamily n 2 CONC ame, 2 CONT Viall's mother being Elizabeth Viall. 2 CONT Thanks for looking. 2 CONT Judy St. Eve Schor 2 CONT judyschor@aol.com 2 CONT 2 CONT ____________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT Dear Terry: 2 CONT 2 CONT First, thank you for responding. 2 CONT 2 CONT Second, I am a descendant of Viall Franklin's daughter, Amy b c 1777pro 2 CONC bably 2 CONT in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA (but I also have Duxbury, Washington, VT).Amy, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT whose name I have seen also as Nancy or Mary, d aft 1818. She marriedA 2 CONC bel 2 CONT BEAL 23 Jun 1793 at Athens, Windham, VT. Amy and Abel had numerouschil 2 CONC dren, 2 CONT one of whom was Vial BEAL, b 19 Dec 1796 (or 1798) in Athens, Windham,V 2 CONC T. 2 CONT 2 CONT Third, you mention (Uni?). I have a Eunice Barnes with a questionmark. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Could that be Uni? 2 CONT 2 CONT Fourth, can you give me what you have on Viall's ancestors? I have ali 2 CONC ttle, 2 CONT but not much. 2 CONT 2 CONT Fifth, thanks for the names of other cousins and the town historian of 2 CONT Alabama, NY. 2 CONT I will email them all and see how we might help each other. 2 CONT 2 CONT Sixth, where does Polly (Mary) Franklin fit in. You said she would beV 2 CONC ial 2 CONT Beal's third half-cousin. I see she descends from Hannah Record andnot R 2 CONC uth 2 CONT Wilson. Who were her parents? 2 CONT 2 CONT Guess that's enough for one day. Can't wait to hear from you. 2 CONT 2 CONT Judy Schor, Kirkland, WA 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Hello All: 2 CONT I, for one, think it's a great idea to add people to the list.Otherwise I 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT wouldn't be here! This way information gets disseminated much morequic 2 CONC kly 2 CONT and efficiently. 2 CONT 2 CONT Since I presume that we are all distantly related, why not sharewhateve 2 CONC r info 2 CONT we have? In my case, I would like to know if anyone has anything onAmy 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Franklin and her husband Abel BEAL. The following is what I have:(plea 2 CONC se 2 CONT send corrections and additions) 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 Viall FRANKLIN 2 CONT ..2 Amy FRANKLIN b c 1777 in either Duxbury, Washington, VT orRehoboth, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Bristol, MA, d aft 1818; m. 23 Jun 1793 to Abel BEAL (b 4 Feb 1773prob i 2 CONC n MA 2 CONT (maybe Royalston) or in Athens, Somerset, ME, d 1812) 2 CONT ...3 Vial BEAL b 19 Dec 1796 in Athens, Windham, VT, d 3 Dec 1886 in 2 CONT Watervliet, Berrien, MI; m. 1) Pemelia French in 1821 and 2)Lewie/Lula/ 2 CONC Louisa 2 CONT HILL(S) (b abt 1801 maybe in Cambridge, Lamoille, VT; d aft 1860 in 2 CONT Watervliet, Berrien, MI) sometime aft 1822 maybe in Duxbury,Washington, V 2 CONC T 2 CONT ....4 Sophronia BEAL b. 16 Jun 1844 in Ontario, Canada, d 3 Jun 1926in 2 CONT Meauwataka, Wexford, MI; m. 26 Dec 1860 to John McCONNELL (b 15 Mar1837 i 2 CONC n 2 CONT Weymouth, Digby, Nova Scotia) 2 CONT .....5 Martha Ann McCONNELL b 30 Oct 1861 in Berrien co., MI, d 21 Apr1 2 CONC 938 in 2 CONT Battle Creek, Calhoun, MI; m. 9 Nov 1879 to James Henry BRIDGES (b 26Se 2 CONC p 1860 2 CONT maybe in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY, d 19 Mar 1940 in Battle Creek,Calhoun, M 2 CONC I) 2 CONT 2 CONT I have lots more on this family and would love to share. But I alsohav 2 CONC e lots 2 CONT of questions if anybody else is working on these folks. 2 CONT 2 CONT I'd love to hear from each of you. Tell me who you are researchingand 2 CONT anything else you want. Thanks for letting me join your list. 2 CONT 2 CONT Judy 2 CONT (Judy St. Eve Schor) 2 CONT (judyschor@aol.com) 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Hello All, 2 CONT 2 CONT My connection to the Franklins is through Nancy Franklin. I have been 2 CONT corresponding with another Franklin researcher in Sioux City, IA whois 2 CONT related through Otis Franklin. Any connections? I'll probably stop 2 CONT researching this line at this point as I have made the connection with 2 CONT Nancy Franklin to my Emery's. But would still be willing to share info 2 CONT with any Franklins. 2 CONT 2 CONT Cindy Rockow 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Descendants of Viall Franklin 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Generation No. 1 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. VIALL1 FRANKLIN. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children of VIALL FRANKLIN are: 2 CONT 2. i. SAMUEL2 FRANKLIN, b. Abt. 1767, Williamstown, VT; d. Bef. 2 CONT July 1819. 2 CONT ii. VIAL FRANKLIN, d. April 29, 1841, Allen, Allegany County, 2 CONT NU; m. LUCRETIA WHITNEY. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Generation No. 2 2 CONT 2 CONT 2. SAMUEL2 FRANKLIN (VIALL 1) was born Abt. 1767 in Williamstown, VT, 2 CONT and died Bef. July 1819. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children of SAMUEL FRANKLIN are: 2 CONT i. BENJAMIN A.3 FRANKLIN. 2 CONT ii. CYNTHIA FRANKLIN. 2 CONT iii. JOHN FRANKLIN. 2 CONT iv. LEVI FRANKLIN, d. Brookfield, MA. 2 CONT v. SAMUEL FRANKLIN JR., m. ABIGAIL ADAMS, July 30, 1815, 2 CONT Minnesota. 2 CONT 3. vi. OTIS FRANKLIN, b. Abt. 1791, Williamstown, VT; d. 1825, 2 CONT Williamstown, VT. 2 CONT 4. vii. NANCY FRANKLIN, b. July 22, 1796; d. July 24, 1846. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Generation No. 3 2 CONT 2 CONT 3. OTIS3 FRANKLIN (SAMUEL 2, VIALL 1) was born Abt. 1791 in 2 CONT Williamstown, VT, and died 1825 in Williamstown, VT. He married 2 CONT CHARLOTTE CASE 1816 in NJ. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children of OTIS FRANKLIN and CHARLOTTE CASE are: 2 CONT i. JAMES4 FRANKLIN, b. September 24, 1817. 2 CONT ii. JOHN FRANKLIN, b. September 24, 1817. 2 CONT 5. iii. SAMUEL FRANKLIN, b. November 29, 1818; d. October 16, 2 CONT 1894, San Diego, CA. 2 CONT iv. MARGARET FRANKLIN, b. April 18, 1820. 2 CONT v. CYNTHIA FRANKLIN, b. December 21, 1821. 2 CONT vi. SARAH JANE FRANKLIN, b. September 13, 1823; d. November 2 CONT 11, 1823. 2 CONT 2 CONT 4. NANCY3 FRANKLIN (SAMUEL 2, VIALL 1) was born July 22, 1796, anddied 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT July 24, 1846. She married JOHN WESLEY ANDREWS 1820. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children of NANCY FRANKLIN and JOHN ANDREWS are: 2 CONT i. THOMAS K.4 ANDREWS, b. March 01, 1822; d. February 02, 2 CONT 1845; m. LORINDA SERGENT, February 26, 1843. 2 CONT ii. GEORGE W. ANDREWS, b. May 05, 1824; m. FANNY UNKNOWN, 2 CONT January 1845. 2 CONT 6. iii. RHODA JANE ANDREWS, b. July 07, 1826, Orleans County, NY; 2 CONT d. April 02, 1901, Gaines, Orleans County, NY. 2 CONT iv. LYDIA M. ANDREWS, b. January 25, 1830; d. September 16, 2 CONT 1874. 2 CONT v. JOHN F. ANDREWS, b. April 05, 1833; d. February 22, 1863. 2 CONT vi. CAROLINE A. ANDREWS, b. May 07, 1835; d. October 15, 2 CONT 1862; m. WILLIAM B. MANNING, September 1850. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Generation No. 4 2 CONT 2 CONT 5. SAMUEL4 FRANKLIN (OTIS 3, SAMUEL 2, VIALL 1) was born November 29, 2 CONT 1818, and died October 16, 1894 in San Diego, CA. He married MARY W. 2 CONT HALSEY June 11, 1840 in Hamilton, OH, daughter of MARTHA J. HALSEY. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children of SAMUEL FRANKLIN and MARY HALSEY are: 2 CONT i. WILLIAM BISHOP5 FRANKLIN, b. March 15, 1842, Middletown, 2 CONT OH; d. March 22, 1904, Shakapp/Shokapee, MN; m. SUSANNA FRANCES 2 CONT SHERAN-SHEERAN. 2 CONT ii. MARTHA J. FRANKLIN, b. March 17, 1845. 2 CONT iii. MARGARET JOSEPHINE FRANKLIN, b. June 15, 1852, New 2 CONT Carlisle, IN. 2 CONT iv. SAMUEL JEWETT FRANKLIN, b. August 21, 1856, Minneapolis, 2 CONT MN; m. LUCY J. UNKNOWN. 2 CONT v. FANNIE W. FRANKLIN, b. June 05, 1859, Minneapolis, MN. 2 CONT vi. DORA JEWETT FRANKLIN, b. April 06, 1861, Minneapolis, MN; 2 CONT d. December 17, 1868. 2 CONT vii. CAROLINE G. FRANKLIN, b. January 19, 1863, Minneapolis, 2 CONT MN; d. January 1868. 2 CONT 2 CONT 6. RHODA JANE4 ANDREWS (NANCY 3 FRANKLIN, SAMUEL 2, VIALLs born 2 CONT July 07, 1826 in Orleans County, NY, and died April 02, 1901 inGaines, 2 CONT Orleans County, NY. She married ROBERT J. EMERY October 1842, son of 2 CONT SAMUEL EMERY and NANCY WESLEY. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children of RHODA ANDREWS and ROBERT EMERY are: 2 CONT i. CHARLES W.5 EMERY, b. March 06, 1845. 2 CONT ii. HORACE F. EMERY, b. December 14, 1846, Michigan. 2 CONT iii. HELEN LOIS EMERY, b. March 14, 1847, Carlton, Orleans 2 CONT County, NY; m. ALBERT HYDE, November 06, 1867. 2 CONT iv. ROBERT EUGENE EMERY, b. August 02, 1848, Orleans County, 2 CONT NY. 2 CONT v. JOHN HENERY EMERY, b. August 05, 1851; d. August 05, 2 CONT 1899, Waterport, NY Buried Otter Creek Cemetery. 2 CONT vi. WILLIAM G. EMERY, b. December 24, 1854; d. October 24, 2 CONT 1917, Gaines, Orleans County, NY; m. ESTELLA MERRIMAN. 2 CONT vii. WALTER F. EMERY, b. March 21, 1856, USA; d. January 26, 2 CONT 1935, Gaines, Orleans County, NY; m. MARTHA EMMA RYCKMAN. 2 CONT viii. ALBERT PERSON EMERY, b. October 05, 1859; d. September 2 CONT 12, 1943, Gaines, Orleans County, NY; m. JOSEPHINE MERRIMAN, June 06, 2 CONT 1880. 2 CONT ix. MARY EMERY, b. November 04, 1861; d. June 05, 1864, 2 CONT Carlton, Orleans County, NY Kenyonville Cemetery. 2 CONT x. ARTHUR EMERY, b. November 15, 1865; d. May 01, 1943, 2 CONT Gaines, Orleans County, NY; m. MYRTIE ECKLER, October 26, 1886. 1 SOUR @S773@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT A Record of Those That Have Owned the Covenant 4 CONT From Nov. 13, 1728, in The Church of Christ in Barrington 4 CONT 4 CONT Nathl. PECK, 3rd, & Alice, his wife - Oct 18, 1730 4 CONT Mary, wife of Hezekiah CHAFEE - Jun 6, 1731 Jacob BOSWORTH - Apr 2, 173 4 CONC 2 4 CONT Constant VIAL, & Sarah VIAL, his wife - May 18, 1735 4 CONT Elizabeth FRANKLIN, wife of John FRANKLIN - Jul 4, 1736 4 CONT Gideon FRANKLIN - Aug 1, 1736 4 CONT Joseph VIAL & Ruth, his wife - Sep 12, 1736 4 CONT Hannah ANDREWS - Dec 19, 1736 4 CONT Janes BARNES, wife of Sam'l BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Keziah BARNES, daughter of Jane BARNES - Mar 6, 1736/7 4 CONT Rogers RICHMOND & Susannah his wife on ye day of the death of the child a 4 CONC t Gideon FRANKLINS house - Jul 23, 1740 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 FEB 1736 2 PLAC Barrington, Rhode Island 2 NOTE [1735 by old dating]. Dear Terry:, Do you have anything on Vial 3 CONT 3 CONT Feb. 9, 1735-6 2 SOUR @S2@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BAPM 2 DATE 4 JUL 1736 2 PLAC Barrington, Bristol county, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F169@ 1 FAMC @F168@ 0 @I479@ INDI 1 NAME John /Franklin/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 3C40A9DC4CB2D34185F8E39F85E4C8A4E7F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 NOV 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1741 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1777 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1776 2 PLAC Wrentham, Norfolk co., Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 MAR 1802 2 PLAC Wrentham, Norfolk co., Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F1154@ 1 FAMS @F1155@ 1 FAMC @F168@ 0 @I480@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /GUSHETER/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN GUSHETER 1 SEX F 1 _UID 969178AC69E3C648899DF6C922D204B33519 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2003 1 FAMS @F169@ 0 @I481@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 397E59911ED3194B8EC51039203337FB1715 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 SEP 1762 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Rehoboth VRs says parents Viall and Sarah, Providence, and child 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F169@ 0 @I482@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID E900AC196074794C900B280588C94636DC32 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2003 1 NOTE Terry, 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT I was able to decipher some more of the letters and figured out thatthe 2 CONC re are actually 2 CONT only 3 letters. Two pages were page 1 and page 2 of the same letter.Let 2 CONC ter #3 was 2 CONT extremely hard to read. A lot of spelling errors and no punctuationfor s 2 CONC entence 2 CONT structure. Have Fun. Was wondering, why are you researching theFrankli 2 CONC n line? 2 CONT 2 CONT Cindy 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Letter #1: 2 CONT 2 CONT Dydenzburgh [Ogdensburgh, NY] July 3, 1820 2 CONT Dear Brother and sister I take this opportunity to inform you of myheal 2 CONC th wich is very 2 CONT good at present and I hope those few lines will find ingoing the samebl 2 CONC essing I am very 2 CONT glad to hear of your marriag I hope it may be an advantage to you bothw 2 CONC e receivd your 2 CONT letter on the 29th of June to our great joy and satisfaction I amverry s 2 CONC orry to 2 CONT disappoint so I can year not help it I shal came to you by the 12th oft 2 CONC his month and I 2 CONT shal fetch about 500 dollars I have to Montineall six times and I haveg 2 CONC ot my pay of Mr. 2 CONT Finesworth I shall come home and pay you and I think that I can besome h 2 CONC elp to you both 2 CONT so no more _____ I remain humble servent. 2 CONT 2 CONT Benjamin A. Franklin (Itís really not too clear who was writing thislet 2 CONC ter and whom it 2 CONT was being sent to.) 2 CONT John W. Andrews 2 CONT I received this letter - Feb the 18th, 1821 2 CONT On the back of the envelope: For value received I promis to pay John WA 2 CONC ndrews on order 2 CONT twelve dollars by the first of January not with interest. John W.Andrew 2 CONC s March 20th, 2 CONT 1821 2 CONT 2 CONT Letter #2: 2 CONT 2 CONT From Cynthia Franklin Montpelier, VT March 28, 1824 to Nancy Andrews,Ga 2 CONC ines Genesee 2 CONT County New York Received this letter Monday April 26th, 1824 fromCynthi 2 CONC a 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Dear sister you have perhaps often teased me with un kindness for notwr 2 CONC iting to you 2 CONT before but when I tell you the reason I hope will excuse me I havealway 2 CONC s been 2 CONT calculating to return but have not had an opportunity you requested met 2 CONC o write as soon 2 CONT as I arrived here but I was so fatigued by the journey that I couldnot b 2 CONC ut wrote in 2 CONT travel weeks but I understood by Otis that you did not receive it youca 2 CONC nnot imagine how 2 CONT surprised I was to see Otis move particularly on account of hisintempev 2 CONC eince oh Nancy 2 CONT you little think how unhappy I have been since I came here there hasbee 2 CONC n such changes 2 CONT it is enough to make ones heart ache there is no place that seems likeh 2 CONC ome Samuel has 2 CONT removed and lives with old Mr. Endanes, Nancy you ought to be thankfult 2 CONC hat you have a 2 CONT home when you are unable to work there is no home for me at thefathers h 2 CONC ouse any more 2 CONT Samuel has lost his property and sold his farm John and Levi both livea 2 CONC t Esep Smiths 2 CONT They were well when I saw them Samuel has five children and they aresma 2 CONC rt I will 2 CONT mention the names of the two youngest Louisa Olivira, Clarisa _______. I w 2 CONC ill write 2 CONT something concerning the young people they are most of them marriedOliv 2 CONC e Harrington is 2 CONT married to William Tubins Teviah married a man from Royalton MartinHarr 2 CONC ington Ester 2 CONT Allen Daniel Dickinson married Sally Davenport Artemeis Fish marriedCat 2 CONC herine Colt of 2 CONT Brookfield Mr. Whitneys girls are not married Leroy stockwell andHannah a 2 CONC re married and 2 CONT Hiram Jacob Jeffries is paying attention to Christina Burroughs, formy p 2 CONC art I believe I 2 CONT shal have to go to the west before I can get married. there is nochange h 2 CONC ere for me I 2 CONT want you to tell me who have been married since I left there andwhether M 2 CONC r Gilbet lives 2 CONT there or not and write whether he or his sisters are married or aregoin 2 CONC g to be I shal 2 CONT always respect them for their kindness to me Otis told me that he madey 2 CONC ou promise to 2 CONT move to the Ohio this spring. Wesley do write whether you are going tom 2 CONC ove or not for I 2 CONT intend to return there as soon as I can I never was more concious tosee y 2 CONC ou then I am 2 CONT now I often think of you all I suppose little H Thomas has grown outof m 2 CONC y knowledge I 2 CONT want to see him Wesley do write as soon as you can for I am very lowspi 2 CONC rited it would 2 CONT give me the greatest satisfaction to receive a letter from you 2 CONT I have nothing special to write but remain yours with respect 2 CONT Cynthia Franklin 2 CONT 2 CONT Letter #3: 2 CONT 2 CONT to Cynthia Franklin Ridgeway Genesee County State of Newyork at OakOrch 2 CONC ard 2 CONT Williamston June __ 1____ 2 CONT 2 CONT Dear sisters I am ___ this I fortunety to inform yo of our situationwe a 2 CONC re all in 2 CONT tolerable health and hope these lines will find yo injoying the ____ 2 CONT I reed your letter June __ I am verry glad to hear of your recovery Ish 2 CONC ould be very 2 CONT glad to have yo come back to Vermont but my _______ is such that Icanot c 2 CONC ome after yo 2 CONT at present ____ is you if you can get a chance come to Vermont I haveno 2 CONC thing special to 2 CONT rite I recd a leter from Otis last week they are all in good health 2 CONT 2 CONT Saml Franklin 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 JAN 1764 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Rehoboth VRs says parents "Viall and Sarah, Providence; and chil 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1817 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1817 2 PLAC Williamstown, Orange county, Vermont 1 FAMS @F255@ 1 FAMC @F169@ 0 @I483@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 2FBEA4F0CC99C245A4DD60091AC90FD9A2B0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 OCT 1765 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE The Rehoboth Vrs says Viall and Elizabeth, Providence, and child 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F169@ 0 @I484@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Record/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Record 1 SEX F 1 _UID 977EA6A7D162A441BB9A5FD27F94B2894E1B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JAN 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1683 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1683 2 PLAC probably Hingham, Plymouth co., Massachusetts 2 NOTE "born by 1683." 3 CONT 3 CONT John Record and Hannah Burr are more likely Hannah Record's, gra [trunc 3 CONC ated note]. 1 RESI 2 DATE 16 OCT 1728 2 PLAC Pembroke, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F170@ 1 FAMS @F4319@ 1 FAMC @F1074@ 0 @I485@ INDI 1 NAME Record /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Record 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 084C7043BF76C64D9B7B34F49C90068847D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 SEP 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 MAY 1729 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1024@ 1 FAMC @F170@ 0 @I486@ INDI 1 NAME Lemuel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lemuel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 36EA36654F7F5B43A651CD6F834A47E14FF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JAN 2008 1 NOTE Lemuel's nephew Elisha also married a Barney. 2 CONT 2 CONT Found as "Samuel" in the Swansea birth records. 2 CONT 2 CONT ______________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT From Nancy Burkard EBURKIE@aol.com 2 CONT 2 CONT This is what I have on the Family of Lemuel Franklin. I was told thatt 2 CONC he 2 CONT name is Lemuel and not Samuel. Much of my info came from the FranklinF 2 CONC amily 2 CONT Researchers United that has ceased to exist in Jasper, TX (Pleasecheck t 2 CONC hat 2 CONT my name is on the current listing for this site. Thank you) 2 CONT 2 CONT Lemuel (Samuel) Franklin; b. 29 Aug 1732, Swansea MA 2 CONT son of John Franklin and Hannah Record 2 CONT d. 15 Dec ?, Bullocks Hill 2 CONT Cemetery, Swansea, MA 2 CONT M. 18 Oct 1757, Rehovah, Bristol,MA by Richard Rounder, Elder 2 CONT Sarah Barney; b. 2 Mar 1737/38, Rehovah, MA 2 CONT dau of Daniel Barney and Alice Wheaton 2 CONT d. 4 Feb 1788; Bullocks Hill Cemetery,Swansea, MA 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. David Franklin, b. 19 Feb 1758, Swansea 2 CONT 2. Hannah Franklin; b. 8 Jan 1760, Swansea (married ChristopherShearman 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 5 May 1777 2 CONT 3. Elizabeth Franklin; b. 24 Sep 1761, Swansea; d. 25 Feb 1849;Rehovah 2 CONC ; 2 CONT age 88 2 CONT 4. Shubal Franklin (grave stone says Reuben) b. 20 Feb 1765, Swansea;d 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT 16 Jan 1831, Swansea; 1m Betsey Barney 21 Sep 1786, Swansea; 2m 2 CONT Elizabeth Smith (dau of Constant and Martha Galusha Smith) b. 29May 2 CONT 2 CONT 1782 Swansea; d. 26 Jun 1832, Swansea 2 CONT 5. Alice Franklin, b. 20 Feb 1767 Swansea 2 CONT 6. Anna Franklin, b. 21 May 1769; d. 10 Jun 1788, Rehovah 2 CONT 7. Daniel Franklin; b. 24 Jul 1771, Swansea; d. 22 Apr 1829; Newport, 2 CONT Herkimer Co., NY; m. 22 Mar 1794 Swansea by Stephen Bullock, JP ,Ruth 2 CONT Rounds; b. 10 Aug 1773 Swansea; d. 2 Aug 1855 Willard, Huron, OH; 2 CONT 2 CONT Greenwood Cem 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 AUG 1732 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 24 SEP 1757 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Marr Int 1 RESI 2 DATE 1790 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1790 2 PLAC Swanzey, Bristol co., Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F171@ 1 FAMC @F170@ 0 @I487@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID B7230EAD0CB561478AA983A296DBB6B633E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 SEP 1734 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F172@ 1 FAMC @F170@ 0 @I488@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Cole/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9B5ABD78DFA76A46BF2941C97EE324532A65 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F172@ 0 @I489@ INDI 1 NAME David /Franklin/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 735388B5951E3643B4DC8BC6AB1BBFEB8095 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE The David Franklin I am searching for was born bet 1756/1765 and d. 31J 2 CONC an 2 CONT 1826 Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY. His son, Shubal b. abt 1793 inFort A 2 CONC nn; 2 CONT son, Bildad, b. abt 1800; dau, Sarah, b. abt 1803 and married to Henry 2 CONT Noble. 2 CONT There are two other sons. 2 CONT The only David Franklin I can find is eldest son of Lemuel, b. 19 Feb17 2 CONC 58, 2 CONT Swansea, MA. 2 CONT Other possible sons of David are Lyman and Aaron. Since this Aaron'smi 2 CONC ddle 2 CONT name is Burr wondering if mother could be last name of Burr. 2 CONT 2 CONT Nancy 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1758 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 JAN 1826 2 PLAC Fort Ann, Washington co., New York 1 FAMS @F1153@ 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I490@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID B420BACB69149542A1232DCECF8369F61D25 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JAN 1760 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F173@ 1 FAMS @F174@ 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I491@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 7C6D123D1FA44940ACD1BE2A972FC2F2638E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 JAN 2001 1 NOTE on 1/29/01 12:31 AM, MarilynRothra@aol.com at MarilynRothra@aol.com wro 2 CONC te: 2 CONT 2 CONT I don't have info. of Elsie's parents. All I know is that she was marr 2 CONC ied to 2 CONT Thomas Look. Their son is William Sylvester Look who was my 4th great 2 CONT grandfather who married Mary Sprague Bidwell. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 SEP 1761 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1316@ 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I492@ INDI 1 NAME Shabil (Shubill) /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Shabil (Shubill) 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID AC65D289F1EE8147885229A557ADF0A04FBB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE Hello, 2 CONT I am the Historian for the town of Alabama in Genesee Co. NY. Iam 2 CONT looking for info on the family of Schubel Franklin from Vermont, born 2 CONT about 1793, 2nd wife named Eliza Coon. The Franklins came to Alabama 2 CONT around 1840. 2 CONT Schubel's one daughter by his first wife was named Elizabeth 2 CONT (Betsy). Betsy's 3rd husband's surname was Wells, married 1881 in 2 CONT Yorkshire, Cattaugraus Co. NY. 2 CONT Another daughter, Julia, married surname Maybach, lived in Erie,Co 2 CONT NY. 2 CONT Most interested in their sister Polly (Mary) for a book I am 2 CONT writing. Any comection? 2 CONT 2 CONT Cindy Amrhein 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________ 2 CONT ___________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Next from Ancestry's Mass VRs to 1850: 2 CONT 2 CONT VITAL RECORDS OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850 2 CONT GILL BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850 2 CONT 2 CONT HILMON, Shubel Franklin, child Shubel and Lydia, Sept. 17, 1806. 2 CONT Click to view full context 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 FEB 1765 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F175@ 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I493@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 87DC33558A70F546BD365E6E9CB1E63345FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 JAN 2001 1 NOTE Wanted: Information regarding ggg grandparents 2 CONT Mary Elizabeth (Elsie) FRANKLIN born 24 Sep 1767 Bristol, MA 2 CONT died 25 Feb 1849, Steuben Co., NY; dau of Lemuel Franklin and 2 CONT Sarah Barney. Married Thomas LOOK 1783, New York. 2 CONT 2 CONT Thank you, 2 CONT Ruth Harrison Jones 2 CONT http://harrisonheritage.com 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 FEB 1767 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I494@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Anna 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0AD112089CA4604DB821A4BCCA6895F5D7BE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 MAY 1769 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I495@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1AF63FFC07C01B46A344977257AAEA1C6A62 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 NOV 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 JUL 1771 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F171@ 0 @I496@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher /Shearman/ 2 GIVN Christopher 2 SURN Shearman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9815FA7187F7F647B93C72992BB387AEE6C6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F173@ 0 @I497@ INDI 1 NAME Lennard /Munro/ 2 GIVN Lennard 2 SURN Munro 1 SEX M 1 _UID 461C5FA413087148AEDC8AF56E9097C19888 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F174@ 0 @I498@ INDI 1 NAME Betsey /Barney/ 2 GIVN Betsey 2 SURN Barney 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8E6502F7A800B240A5075241B842A0DE3DD4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F175@ 0 @I499@ INDI 1 NAME John /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID 155993645E50F94EB6649451FE9D89209D6F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 NOTE If John died in 1728, then summarily he couldn't have married HannahRec 2 CONC ord and had three more children. 2 CONT 2 CONT email from Lee Maddox: 2 CONT 2 CONT Terry, 2 CONT Sorry it took me so long to get back to you. 2 CONT I have not checked the Bristol Co. page in awhile, so I didn't realizew 2 CONC e had 2 CONT disappeared. 2 CONT 2 CONT The children of John Franklin (1683-1728) and Ruth Wilson are: 2 CONT Hopestill, Ruth, Joanna, John, Frances, John (2), Joanna (2), James,Jos 2 CONC eph, 2 CONT Abel, and Elizabeth. 2 CONT John married Hannah Record secondly and their children are: 2 CONT Record, Lemeul, Ebenezer. 2 CONT 2 CONT Joseph Franklin (1723-1791), son of John and Ruth Wilson 2 CONT married Abigail Daggett (daughter of John and Hopestill Daggett ofMarth 2 CONC a's 2 CONT Vineyard). Joseph was Revolutionary War Captain. The family lived inSwa 2 CONC nsea 2 CONT and Rehoboth. 2 CONT Their children are: Hopestill, Lydia, my ancestor Wilson, Abel,Joseph, J 2 CONC ohn, 2 CONT Benjamin, Thomas, Esther, Abigail 2 CONT 2 CONT I can furnish you with dates and places for some of the above ifyou're 2 CONT interested. 2 CONT My mother keeps the detailed records and I wander cyberspace trackingdo 2 CONC wn 2 CONT tidbits for her. A quick phone call to her and I can supply more info.O 2 CONC nce 2 CONT she is comfortable with her computer, we'll get everything "filed!" 2 CONT Let me know. 2 CONT Lee 2 CONT 2 CONT From: Aparentlee 2 CONT _______________________________________________________________________ 2 CONC __ 2 CONT 2 CONT John,son of James, Sr. was a cordwainer and a yeoman of Bellerica and 2 CONT Swansea, MA. 2 CONT He married Ruth Wilson May 6, 1703. 2 CONT Children by Ruth were Hopestill, Ruth Joanna,John, Frances, John (2), 2 CONT Joanna (2), 2 CONT James, Joseph, Abel, Elizabeth. 2 CONT Ruth died March 7, 1728. 2 CONT John married secondly, Hannah Record on October 16, 1728. 2 CONT Children by Hannah were Record, Lemuel, and Ebenezer. 2 CONT John died in Swansea in 1738. 2 CONT 2 CONT The Ancestral File of the Morman Church on William Franklin, born1624? 2 CONT of---England 2 CONT gives a good printout on this family. 2 CONT 2 CONT Vital Record of Rehoboth, 1642-1896 by James N. Arnold shows the 2 CONT following; 2 CONT John Franklin of Swanzey and Ruth Wilson May 6, 1703. Int . April 10, 2 CONT 1703. 2 CONT 2 CONT John of Rehoboth aand Hannah Record of Pembroke, married at Pembrokeby 2 CONT Rev. 2 CONT 2 CONT Daniel Lewis Oct. 16, 1728. Int. Sept.9, 1728. page 140. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT On page 824 Ruth Franklin, wife of John died March 7, 1728. 2 CONT 2 CONT Abstracts of Bristol County, Massachusetts, Probate Records 2 CONT 1687-1745 Compiled by H. L.Peter Rounds, C.G. 1987. 2 CONT Inv. of Est. of John Franklen of Swan., Cordwainer, dtd. 5 Feb.1738/9, 2 CONT pres. by Hannah Franklen, widow & Exec. Pers. est. 276-01-10; 2 CONT real est. 2280-0-0. Apprs: Peres Bradford, William Turner & Jonathan 2 CONT Kingsley (9:182) Page 278. 2 CONT 2 CONT Would you have any info. on a James Franklin who married HannahWilson. 2 CONT James 2 CONT being born to a John Franklin of Boston, MA. James 2 CONT married Hannah who 2 CONT was from Salem, MA. They had a son 2 CONT Wilson born about l752 2 CONT 2 CONT Do hope this helps . 2 CONT Oh,yes Raymoure; Births in Dartmouth, Ma Vol 22 might help you. 2 CONT 2 CONT Aparentlee's Mother in Indiana 2 CONT 2 CONT From: Barbara Edwards 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1683 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1683 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1703 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1702 2 PLAC Billerica, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1703 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1702 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusets 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 10 APR 1703 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Marr Int 1 RESI 2 DATE 1705 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1705 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1708 AND 1710 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1708 2 PLAC Billerica, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1712 AND 1721 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1712 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1725 AND 1727 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 9 SEP 1728 2 PLAC Pembroke, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Marr Int 1 RESI 2 DATE 16 OCT 1728 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1729 AND 1734 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1729 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 5 FEB 1739 2 _SDATE 4 FEB 1739 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Abstracts of Bristol County, Massachusetts, Probate Records 1 FAMS @F176@ 1 FAMS @F170@ 1 FAMC @F100@ 0 @I500@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /WILLSON/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN WILLSON 1 SEX F 1 _UID 00DEBFB133E1574BBDCF6F3C18BBBAC48CA9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 27 JAN 2008 1 SOUR @S380@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 MAR 1728 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S380@ 3 PAGE vol. 2 p.238 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE vol. 2 p.238 3 DATA 4 TEXT vol. 2 p.238 1 FAMS @F176@ 0 @I501@ INDI 1 NAME Hopestill /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hopestill 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0D4EDB861879614EB1631C9229A4953656B4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 DEC 1705 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 28 MAR 1724 2 PLAC Norton, Bristol co., Massachusetts 2 NOTE Marr Int 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F177@ 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I502@ INDI 1 NAME Frances /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Frances 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8A1EA1021F0B8944A1898E35A5F52FA69E90 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 FEB 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 JUN 1715 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F178@ 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I503@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5E76A0087D71F346A115B4EAD2FFBFE66DAB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JAN 2008 1 FAMS @F179@ 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I504@ INDI 1 NAME Joannah /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Joannah 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 60A49B389F79BE40A4EE2C8CC628644ED74D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 FEB 2004 1 NOTE Joana dau. of James Franklin >1750s 2 CONT 2 CONT [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Return to MessageListings ] [ Help ] 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Posted by Hazel F. Bailey on December 05, 1998 at 19:50:59: 2 CONT 2 CONT Looking for info on James Franklin's daughter Joana Franklin d:9-7-1754 i 2 CONC n Warren, Bristol, RI. 2 CONT Joana was married on 12-18-1740 to Benjamin Easterbrook b: 10-31-1716in S 2 CONC wansea, Ma 2 CONT Also need more detail on her parents...all I have is James Franklin(fat 2 CONC her) and Elizabeth Hammon 2 CONT or Harmon (mother). Any info is much appreciated...thanks, Hazel 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JUL 1721 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 SEP 1754 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol county, Rhode Island 1 FAMS @F180@ 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I505@ INDI 1 NAME Abell /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Abell 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 38B4588C1D44B34E8D7DE40E60652B18368A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 MAR 1725 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I506@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3461741CF45786448F72A59C54B8FDB03522 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1727 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I507@ INDI 1 NAME John /Jones/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Jones 1 SEX M 1 _UID B441E10CA35E1D478E0C0358F6A4B77E0B86 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F177@ 0 @I508@ INDI 1 NAME John /Estabrooks/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Estabrooks 1 SEX M 1 _UID DD84BEFCA4FAB44494D90F33BB803CA17803 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 FEB 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 OCT 1707 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F178@ 1 FAMC @F413@ 0 @I509@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Daggett/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Daggett 1 SEX F 1 _UID A0B9E96AD505EB478C2996A67661A55176AE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 JUL 2005 1 FAMS @F179@ 0 @I510@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Estabrooks/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Estabrooks 1 SEX M 1 _UID 939DBA299A5A534B9733E41E35C21B1C9F12 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 FEB 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 OCT 1716 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F180@ 1 FAMC @F413@ 0 @I511@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Estabrooks/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Estabrooks 1 SEX M 1 _UID C462E9AFDD3CC847BFCDE0450EE605FD8DFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 FEB 2004 1 NOTE New England Marriages Prior to 1700 says "no marriage;" had Thomas. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1670 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1670 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1724 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1723 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusets 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1724 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1724 1 FAMS @F181@ 1 FAMS @F413@ 1 FAMC @F414@ 0 @I512@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Luther/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 _UID FE2A9AB83032C8489F6E89CA2749056223DD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1668 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1668 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F181@ 0 @I513@ INDI 1 NAME John /Franklin/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 002DA419C754E24BBA9073E57C4D528F7E3C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE Is he the John Franklin who married Elizabeth Vial, or did he dieyoung? 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 DEC 1712 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I514@ INDI 1 NAME John /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID B8939DDEAB9AC94094A4DD8C0412A8D14422 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 NOV 2010 1 NOTE Is he the John Franklin who married Elizabeth Vial (at 15?!), or is he a 2 CONC ctually Joseph Franklin, and did he marry Abigail Daggett?? 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 JUL 1719 2 PLAC Swansea, Massachusetts 2 NOTE There is the odd chance that this is the birth date of Joseph, F 1 OCCU 2 DATE 1746 2 PLAC a cordwainer 1 WILL 2 DATE 20 JAN 1745/6 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 10 MAR 1746 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 PROB 2 DATE 10 MAR 1746 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F168@ 1 FAMS @F1161@ 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I515@ INDI 1 NAME Hopestill /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Hopestill 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID EA7B32F316457D4F85034A9C691107D4744E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 NOV 1747 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I516@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID B1B3B8846A50D74497FC2E8F404CA6978EC5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 DEC 1749 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F182@ 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I517@ INDI 1 NAME Wilson /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Wilson 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 593810B2CF4A17419D89F9C6276F04D91CF8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 DEC 2005 1 NOTE Welcome! Cindy, 2 CONT We exchanged messages on the Bristol Co. board several months ago. 2 CONT 2 CONT Here's my line: 2 CONT James Franklin (1) -c. 1650 -1716 2 CONT John Franklin (2) 1683-1728 2 CONT Capt. Joseph Franklin (3) 1723-1791 2 CONT Wilson Franklin (4) 1752 - c.1803 2 CONT Joseph Franklin (5) 1785-1845 2 CONT Daniel Franklin (6) 1816-1894 2 CONT Joseph Franklin(7) 1845-1932 2 CONT Pierce Franklin (8) 1872-1937 2 CONT Edith Franklin Robinson (9) 1899-1968 2 CONT Barbara Robinson Edwards (10) -my mother 2 CONT Lee Ann Edwards Maddox (11) -me! 2 CONT 2 CONT Looking forward to sharing new info! 2 CONT Lee 2 CONT Aparentlee@aol.com 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 APR 1752 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F183@ 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I518@ INDI 1 NAME Abel /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Abel 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 280AC6871EA4E84888D17E0F40D93A3CE642 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JAN 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 AUG 1754 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F184@ 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I519@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9FB09F18CBC5F245BAF2B8F1B58955A25734 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 AUG 1757 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I520@ INDI 1 NAME John /Franklin/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5D1C4DC99C106449AF79F221A3FAF1742540 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JAN 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 FEB 1760 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 DEC 1761 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S380@ 3 PAGE vol. 3 p.362 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE vol. 3 p.362 3 DATA 4 TEXT vol. 3 p.362 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I521@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID AC325827DCF1744AA4A2003300D80DEB3160 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 MAY 1762 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 9 FEB 1787 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Marr Int 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE ABT 1814 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1814 2 PLAC Holland, Hampden county, Massachusetts 2 NOTE rem 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1841 2 PLAC Holland, Hampden county, Massachusetts 1 FAMS @F185@ 1 FAMS @F1151@ 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I522@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 285874F00636AC4E90EB2C5404DFD0844CAA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 JUL 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAR 1766 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I523@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 371CF10F68CEB74E93AB3D3B030F9C70625E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 JAN 1768 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F179@ 0 @I524@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Newell/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Newell 1 SEX M 1 _UID 79D44745B920A744AB87B56A891CA89FDA15 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F182@ 0 @I525@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Perry/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Perry 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9B9F85A42BD42E4AAF224B0062D2E5344345 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F183@ 0 @I526@ INDI 1 NAME Molly /Keene/ 2 GIVN Molly 2 SURN Keene 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6B956965379090499D49319694546B87F5E3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F184@ 0 @I527@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Comstock/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Comstock 1 SEX F 1 _UID CECDAC1CA18EFE488857A475175823C52702 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F185@ 0 @I531@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID C30BB8859144DF45804D5F1F1F1C80E8F229 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 SEP 1785 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1845 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1845 1 RESI 2 PLAC Belmont county, Ohio 1 RESI 2 PLAC Morgan county, Ohio 1 RESI 2 PLAC Henry county, Indiana 1 FAMS @F1172@ 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I532@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID D3D064145DCF4D4388F429893CB5E6D0ACB4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 JAN 2001 1 FAMS @F1170@ 1 FAMS @F1171@ 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I533@ INDI 1 NAME Salle /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Salle 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 300570BE27D7A44499FCF42509985C4B3FFA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JAN 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 JUN 1777 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1778 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S380@ 3 PAGE vol. 3 p.368 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 5 VALUE vol. 3 p.368 3 DATA 4 TEXT vol. 3 p.368 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I534@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 36A25303B9F09B4F8E7E98EA4F5B0E383F05 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 NOV 1779 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I535@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5B2AD3EF81E4CC45BE9B0784252DA3049A60 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAR 1783 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I536@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Nancy 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 10F24C39C4F34C45B646B85F0219EA01E82E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 AUG 1784 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I537@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4435D669F0714E4D9B200A549A1D74F1E970 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JUN 1786 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I542@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Barney/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Barney 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3AC17ECA843CB04A90D5563FE4A5318B3C51 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F171@ 0 @I543@ INDI 1 NAME Leonard W. /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Leonard W. 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8EE3F57B2EE4644CB413B6335E5FC8A98190 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1871 2 PLAC (Waupun?), Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 2 NOTE Death record says born 22 February 1911, 40 years 9 months, 20 d 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1911 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Acute Pulmonary Tuberculosis 1 BURI 2 DATE 12 DEC 1911 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I544@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Eugene /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Charles Eugene 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6A97536D5F09164A8D0346EFC702D37761E4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 MAY 1876 2 PLAC Waupun, Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF AUG 1953 2 _SDATE 31 JUL 1953 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE 760 E. Cleveland 1 RESI 2 DATE FROM AUG 1953 TO 19 FEB 1956 2 _SDATE 15 AUG 1953 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE 2nd Street Nursing Home 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1956 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE 22 FEB 1956 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 OCCU 2 PLAC N.P.Railway 2 NOTE Land Examiner 1 SSN 701-18-3337 1 FAMC @F147@ 0 @I545@ INDI 1 NAME William Edward /Franklin/ 2 GIVN William Edward 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 748AA8D072638E4FBFB0BF0DB4A756B5C9AB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 FEB 1869 2 PLAC (Waupun?), Fond du Lac county, Wisconsin 1 OCCU 2 DATE BET MAR 1902 AND 1909 2 _SDATE 15 MAR 1902 2 PLAC Spokane, Washington 2 NOTE Fireman 1 OCCU 2 DATE BET 1917 AND JAN 1932 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1917 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Special Police 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 24 JUL 1934 2 _SDATE 23 JUL 1934 2 PLAC West Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 JUL 1934 2 PLAC Salem, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Deaconess Hospital, Cardiovascular disease and obesity 1 BURI 2 DATE 26 JUL 1934 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 FAMS @F189@ 1 FAMC @F147@ 0 @I546@ INDI 1 NAME Cressie /Smith/ 2 GIVN Cressie 2 SURN Smith 1 SEX F 1 _UID 59D214A84E82B442B7E1AFC358CCB9AA3EBE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2004 1 FAMS @F189@ 0 @I547@ INDI 1 NAME Clara /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Clara 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 86CA3655B7DC9E49A9E8C98127C072CB54A6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1876 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1876 2 PLAC Wisconsin 1 RESI 2 DATE 28 FEB 1910 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I548@ INDI 1 NAME Lucia/Lucy /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lucia/Lucy 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5C9C8BAE28790E4B8E7CE0FF9EF345452FC5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT APR 1880 2 _SDATE 15 APR 1880 2 PLAC Codington County, Dakota Territory 1 RESI 2 DATE 28 FEB 1910 2 PLAC Orange, California 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F190@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I549@ INDI 1 NAME _______ /Scott/ 2 GIVN _______ 2 SURN Scott 1 SEX M 1 _UID 82D2C7EABBF9BA4FB905810F5BCA8BDD9DAD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 FEB 2009 1 FAMS @F190@ 0 @I550@ INDI 1 NAME Grace Luella /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Grace Luella 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID E352554A420B3941BE0F89355BCE10E443EC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 NOV 1861 2 PLAC Leon Center, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 JAN 1935 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 31 JAN 1935 2 _SDATE 1 FEB 1935 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 FAMS @F191@ 1 FAMC @F133@ 0 @I551@ INDI 1 NAME Ida "Addie" May /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ida "Addie" May 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 17F23BDFEFA4F3499CC85FF51125A9FB84D5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 APR 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE MAR 1858 2 _SDATE 15 MAR 1858 2 PLAC Leon Center, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1900 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1900 2 PLAC Concord, Dodge county, Minnesota 2 NOTE Living with mother Susan A. Franklin; says b.March 1859, 41 yrs old. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JAN 1935 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 OCCU 2 DATE BY 1880 2 PLAC Concord, Dodge county, Minnesota; Woodburn, Marion County, Oregon 2 NOTE Dressmaker 1 RESI 2 DATE UNTIL 1935 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE 547 Front Street 1 FAMC @F132@ 0 @I552@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Edmund /Beaman/ 2 GIVN Charles Edmund 2 SURN Beaman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 127AFBB6E6E6344084E680C38171AA4A105E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 MAY 1859 2 PLAC Ashland, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 FEB 1925 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE FEB 1925 2 _SDATE 15 FEB 1925 2 PLAC Woodburn, Marion county, Oregon 2 NOTE Belle Passi Cemetery 1 FAMS @F191@ 1 FAMC @F3557@ 0 @I553@ INDI 1 NAME Henry Franklin /Beaman/ 2 GIVN Henry Franklin 2 SURN Beaman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8B5AE8C2AF47A4448B174281F7398D17A64F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 FEB 1884 2 PLAC Concord, Dodge county, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 MAY 1957 2 PLAC Silverton, Oregon 2 NOTE Silverton Hospital 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 16 MAY 1957 2 _SDATE 17 MAY 1957 2 PLAC Amity, Oregon 2 NOTE Ashes scattered over Eola Hills, Amity, Oregon; also has a marke 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian Science 1 FAMS @F194@ 1 FAMC @F191@ 0 @I554@ INDI 1 NAME Grace Louisa /Beaman/ 2 GIVN Grace Louisa 2 SURN Beaman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 90314834A2AD834EB703070F170AE8B3E995 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 SEP 1894 2 PLAC Smith's Mill, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 OCT 1984 2 PLAC Tillamook, Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE OCT 1984 2 _SDATE 15 OCT 1984 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 2 NOTE Riverview Cemetery Moritorium 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 NOTE Louise, AKA 1 FAMS @F192@ 1 FAMC @F191@ 0 @I555@ INDI 1 NAME Chester Leon /Vincent/ 2 GIVN Chester Leon 2 SURN Vincent 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1B73060B83CE6A479F32633FCE050DDFD314 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 MAR 1894 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 FEB 1970 2 PLAC Portland, Multnomah county, Oregon 1 FAMS @F192@ 1 FAMC @F193@ 0 @I556@ INDI 1 NAME Chester Leon /Vincent/ 2 GIVN Chester Leon 2 SURN Vincent 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 _UID 75D9A204DC43C5458CC18335F9B55F73A25D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 SEP 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 NOV 1919 2 PLAC Blackfoot, Idaho 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1922 2 PLAC Moscow, Idaho 1 FAMC @F192@ 0 @I557@ INDI 1 NAME Vivian Eileen /Vincent/ 2 GIVN Vivian Eileen 2 SURN Vincent 1 SEX F 1 _UID D44211CF4DD04F44B8338AF80A3794A78F6A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 SEP 2007 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JUN 1923 2 PLAC Pullman, Whitman county, Washington 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 OCT 2006 2 PLAC Selma, Fresno County, California 1 FAMS @F1317@ 1 FAMC @F192@ 0 @I558@ INDI 1 NAME Donald David /Vincent/ 2 GIVN Donald David 2 SURN Vincent 1 SEX M 1 _UID 86253D523161774895E64D7EA3F7C7386A1D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F192@ 0 @I559@ INDI 1 NAME Beverly Ann /Vincent/ 2 GIVN Beverly Ann 2 SURN Vincent 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1176D6EF34047D43B575201F7A9D7E195BB4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F192@ 0 @I560@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas T. /Vincent/ 2 GIVN Thomas T. 2 SURN Vincent 1 SEX M 1 _UID 9C9C69385F96524580DFD2A5DA42577D2B98 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F193@ 0 @I561@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Amanda /Countryman/ 2 GIVN Alice Amanda 2 SURN Countryman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8AC460D2EC936248A343162E8F5A6ACEF406 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F193@ 0 @I562@ INDI 1 NAME Golda Pearle /Ball/ 2 GIVN Golda Pearle 2 SURN Ball 1 SEX F 1 _UID 14C1E6472F426F41B6A2902E3159189D7867 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 JUN 1889 2 PLAC Montrose, Minnesota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1977 2 PLAC McMinnville, Oregon 2 NOTE Nursing Home (Carousel Convalescence Center), in McMinnville;, r 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 2 JUN 1977 2 _SDATE 3 JUN 1977 2 PLAC Amity, Oregon 2 NOTE Ashes scattered over the Eola Hills 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian Science 1 SSN 541-30-4835 1 FAMS @F194@ 1 FAMC @F195@ 0 @I563@ INDI 1 NAME Francis M. /Ball/ 2 GIVN Francis M. 2 SURN Ball 1 SEX M 1 _UID 43C043F0165D0A4C8BB361250D618828E12C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F195@ 0 @I564@ INDI 1 NAME Nancy L. /Pricket/ 2 GIVN Nancy L. 2 SURN Pricket 1 SEX F 1 _UID 821D8C5B234F0241B58C8C36A3065C0C4FB4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F195@ 0 @I565@ INDI 1 NAME Oliver? /Poole/ 2 GIVN Oliver? 2 SURN Poole 1 SEX M 1 _UID 694316D205BFA24EBBECD13DB68FF4B2E860 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 FAMS @F196@ 0 @I566@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /Stewart/ 2 GIVN Mary Ann 2 SURN Stewart 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0DD712BEC008344EBCCE364207F050FF46C4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 DEC 2006 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 JUN 1851 2 PLAC Amsterdam, Montgomery county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 DEC 1918 2 PLAC Watertown, South Dakota 1 FAMS @F197@ 1 FAMC @F4271@ 0 @I567@ INDI 1 NAME Fred L. /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Fred L. 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 34B512530D493340B6E9054BD698487733D6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 SEP 1869 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4272@ 1 FAMC @F197@ 0 @I568@ INDI 1 NAME Jenny A. /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Jenny A. 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID D20BCCAAC30B224596D2788D8A1003C85A12 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1873 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1873 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4273@ 1 FAMS @F4274@ 1 FAMC @F197@ 0 @I569@ INDI 1 NAME Ernest /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Ernest 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID A85B268EE971E44AAEB93B1E46332F7A2168 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 NOTE Ernest's descendant: 2 CONT Charles Allen and Judy Lynn (Meyer-Graham) Franklin judy83644@aol.co 2 CONC m 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 JUL 1877 2 PLAC Plainsfield, Fond du Lac Co., Wisconsin 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 OCT 1962 2 PLAC Ontario, Malheur Co., Oregon 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 3 OCT 1962 2 _SDATE 4 OCT 1962 2 PLAC Riverside Cemetery - Payette, Idaho 1 FAMS @F4275@ 1 FAMS @F4266@ 1 FAMC @F197@ 0 @I570@ INDI 1 NAME Edward H. "Eddie" /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Edward H. "Eddie" 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 185197C64F3E24409B01C5388D7935B23DE5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 JAN 2009 1 NOTE Re: Ichabod and Whitman Franklin 1846 to Waupun 2 CONT jehuff1 (View posts) Posted: 25 Jan 2009 9:46PM 2 CONT Classification: Query 2 CONT Dear Sirs: 2 CONT I believe I am a descendant of Whitman Franklin, through his son Luther L 2 CONC . Franklin. My mother told me who my father was. She never married my b 2 CONC lood father, so I took on the surname of the man she later married. I r 2 CONC esearched the line and find that I do go back to Whitman Franklin. I wo 2 CONC uld like to be able to prove it. I would like to know if there is any m 2 CONC ale descendant of Whitman Franklin, still carrying the surname of Frank 2 CONC lin. I have posted my dna for genealogical purposes on ancestry.com, So 2 CONC renson Genetics and familytreedna.com. I would be more than willing to p 2 CONC ay the cost for this. It is free through Sorenson Genetics, but I would p 2 CONC ay for such a person through any of these places. My children and I wou 2 CONC ld like to know who we really are. I have a picture of Luther L. Frankl 2 CONC in, Mary Anne Stewart and Eddie Franklin, their son. I hope to hear fro 2 CONC m someone. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1887 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1887 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F4451@ 1 FAMC @F197@ 0 @I571@ INDI 1 NAME Charles W. /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Charles W. 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5CCF14721A67A1408FBECEBE4076AB5AA738 1 CHAN 2 DATE 19 FEB 2010 1 NOTE Charles Franklin's descendants: Cindy Stephenson icul8rg8r@yahoo.com < 2 CONC mailto:icul8rg8r@yahoo.com> and Ray Franklin ray@rfranklin.com < 2 CONC mailto:mray@rfranklin.com>, <rch.frk@earthlink.net> 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Re: Ichabod and Whitman Franklin 1846 to Waupun 2 CONT rchfrk (View posts) Posted: 30 Jan 2009 11:18AM 2 CONT Classification: Query 2 CONT Surnames: Franklin 2 CONT Your query forwarded to me by cousin Raymond in Oregon. Charles W. havi 2 CONC ng 9 sons, we males in his direct down-line with the Franklin surname a 2 CONC re "thick as thieves". I am son of Herbert H. , grandson of Charles Whi 2 CONC tman, great-grandson of Luther L., and great-great grandson of Whitman F 2 CONC ranklin. I have a photographic portrait of Luther. May have other photo 2 CONC s of interest (Mother died this past spring and I have not gone through a 2 CONC ll the photos). I would be pleased to assist in your quest to confirm y 2 CONC our ancestry. My email address is rch.frk@earthlink.net. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT _________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Yahoo!My Yahoo!MailMore Yahoo! ServicesMake Y! My HomepageAccount Optio 2 CONC nsHi, terry253mplsSign OutAll-New MailHelp 2 CONT 2 CONT Yahoo! Search 2 CONT WEB SEARCH 2 CONT Mail Contacts Calendar NotepadWhat's New? 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(2) 2 CONT Friends 2 CONT Genealogy rela... 2 CONT Horoscope 2 CONT Immediate Fami... 2 CONT KIMBALL rootsw... 2 CONT memberships 2 CONT Memberships 2 CONT Numerologist.c... 2 CONT old emails 2 CONT saved emails 2 CONT SHERMAN rootsw... 2 CONT Tarot.com 2 CONT website input 2 CONT website (1) 2 CONT Search Shortcuts 2 CONT My Photos 2 CONT My Attachments 2 CONT ADVERTISEMENT 2 CONT 2 CONT Go to Previous message | Go to Next message | Back to MessagesMark as U 2 CONC nread | Print 2 CONT DeleteReplyForwardSpamMove... 2 CONT Flag this message 2 CONT Re: Fw: Luther Franklin descendantMonday, January 26, 2009 10:01 AM 2 CONT From: This sender is DomainKeys verified"Dale Franklin" Add sender to Contacts 2 CONT To: "Ray" , terry253mpls@yahoo.com, Kenkfranklin@tit 2 CONC leonecorp.com 2 CONT Hey guys, This guy is probably a son of Eddies wife, who, if I recall 2 CONC , left him and married someone else. Eddie also had other kids, Doris F 2 CONC reeman, and Stanely Hubbard, and others, who didn't realize they were F 2 CONC ranklins until about the 1960's. There is a cousin of this line, I thi 2 CONC nk her last name is Arena who was at one of our reunions and has a lot o 2 CONC f history on that line. I will contact Hubbards and see if I can get h 2 CONC er contact information. 2 CONT 2 CONT Dale 2 CONT --- On Mon, 1/26/09, Ray wrote: 2 CONT From: Ray 2 CONT Subject: Fw: Luther Franklin descendant 2 CONT To: "Ken Franklin work" , "Dale Franklin" < 2 CONC drf_fdr@yahoo.com>, "Dick Franklin" , "Dan & Ru 2 CONC th Bolhouse" 2 CONT Date: Monday, January 26, 2009, 12:18 AM 2 CONT 2 CONT ----- Original Message ----- From: "TDO" 2 CONT 2 CONT To: 2 CONT Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2009 8:14 PM 2 CONT Subject: Luther Franklin descendant 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT > Ray- I just got a reply to a post of mine that I thought you should r 2 CONC ead. 2 CONT I hope this email of yours is still current. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > 2 CONT http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.wisconsin.coun 2 CONC ties.fonddulac/512.2/mb.ashx 2 CONT > 2 CONT > (jehuff1; Kearns, Utah) 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Dear Sirs: 2 CONT > I believe I am a descendant of Whitman Franklin, through his son Luth 2 CONC er L. 2 CONT Franklin. My mother told me who my father was. She never married my blo 2 CONC od 2 CONT father, so I took on the surname of the man she later married. I resear 2 CONC ched the 2 CONT line and find that I do go back to Whitman Franklin. I would like to be a 2 CONC ble to 2 CONT prove it. I would like to know if there is any male descendant of Whitm 2 CONC an 2 CONT Franklin, still carrying the surname of Franklin. I have posted my dna f 2 CONC or 2 CONT genealogical purposes on ancestry.com, Sorenson Genetics and familytree 2 CONC dna.com. 2 CONT I would be more than willing to pay the cost for this. It is free throu 2 CONC gh 2 CONT Sorenson Genetics, but I would pay for such a person through any of the 2 CONC se 2 CONT places. My children and I would like to know who we really are. I have a p 2 CONC icture 2 CONT of Luther L. Franklin, Mary Anne Stewart and Eddie Franklin, their son. I h 2 CONC ope 2 CONT to hear from someone. 2 CONT 2 CONT DeleteReplyForwardSpamMove... 2 CONT Go to Previous message | Go to Next message | Back to Messages 2 CONT | Full Headers 2 CONT Check Mail 2 CONT Compose 2 CONT Search Mail Search Mail 2 CONT Search the Web 2 CONT 2 CONT Copyright © 1994-2009 Yahoo! Inc. All rights reserved. Terms of Service - C 2 CONC opyright/IP Policy - Guidelines 2 CONT NOTICE: We collect personal information on this site. 2 CONT To learn more about how we use your information, see our Privacy Policy 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 FEB 1875 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Seattle, Washington 1 FAMS @F3303@ 1 FAMC @F197@ 0 @I572@ INDI 1 NAME Jerome /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Jerome 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID DE2EEE36E8B6FC489B1F30014E7E7732720E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 FEB 1850 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Twin brother of Jeanette 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 18 FEB 1853 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Andrew's (ex-?) wife, Amelia, killed Andrew's son Jerome; daught 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I573@ INDI 1 NAME LaFayette /FRANKLIN/ 2 GIVN LaFayette 2 SURN FRANKLIN 1 SEX M 1 _UID BF8058DF58AA0B41BE78B0770EF11F0544B1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 DEC 2004 1 NOTE FRANKLIN, LAFAYETTE SD Turner 6/14/1887 Montana S 2 CONC tate Office 1208 SDMTAA 095519 FRANKLIN, LAFAYETTE SD Turner 12/9/1892 Montana State Office 5674 SDMTAA 094851 2 CONT http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Results.asp?Index=26&qryid=8 2 CONC 4245.89 1 SOUR @S788@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: Re: introductions in order 4 CONT 4 CONT > I descend from two Kimble sisters, Hannah and Martha--daughters of ?? 4 CONC ?? 4 CONT > --born 1800-1803 in western NY of family probably from NJ ( the black h 4 CONC ole 4 CONT > of American genealogy--but maybe someday we will know who, where and w 4 CONC hen 4 CONT > for sure!) 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Martha Kimble m. Eber Franklin, they settled and farmed in Leon NY in t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > Holland Purchase after the war of 1812, in which Eber fought. They ha 4 CONC d many 4 CONT > (see Terry's lists!) children-- son Andrew J. Franklin married three t 4 CONC imes: 4 CONT > first wife Aurilla or Aurelia, last name unknown, committed suicide i 4 CONC n 1853 4 CONT > after killing 2 of her 7 children who hadn't already died of fire and 4 CONC /or 4 CONT > illness; her only surviving son, Lafayette Franklin, married his seco 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > cousin Emma Amelia Pomeroy-- their grandmothers were sisters. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > meanwhile... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Hannah Kimble m. Daniel Harris Pomeroy; they settled in Geauga Co. Oh 4 CONC io and 4 CONT > later moved to Elba, Dodge Co WI where they also had several children 4 CONC ; their 4 CONT > son Eli Bond Pomeroy m. Elvira Lucy Chapman, whose family arrived the 4 CONC re 4 CONT > shortly before the marriage from western NY -- originally from MA and O 4 CONC ld 4 CONT > Saybrook CT. They had one son and three daughters-- daughter Emma Ame 4 CONC lia 4 CONT > Pomeroy married her second cousin Lafayette Franklin after they met w 4 CONC hile he 4 CONT > was passing through to MN to settle on homestead land he had send $$ t 4 CONC o his 4 CONT > fathr's 3rd wife to buy for him--she diverted it to her own use so he c 4 CONC ame 4 CONT > back to WI and married Emma. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Lafe and Emma went to South Dakota with her grandmother Electa Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > blind Uncle Jedand settled in Parker, where they farmed and had son R 4 CONC obert, 4 CONT > who died in infancy; three daughters--Myrtle, Flora and Lucy; Emma di 4 CONC ed of 4 CONT > pneumonia when their only surviving son, Newton Lucius Franklin, was y 4 CONC oung. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Newton, aka Jap because he looked either Japanese or native American ( I 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > looked, couldn't find any native connection!) was my grandfather and m 4 CONC arried 4 CONT > Bertha Sofia Englund, daughter of Swedish immigrants to Vermillion SD 4 CONC --both 4 CONT > were born in South Dakota; they went to Madison, Wisconsin where they r 4 CONC aised 4 CONT > their three daughters, Elizabeth ( my mother) Ruth ( my late aunt) an 4 CONC d 4 CONT > Susie ( who died in childhood, for whom I was named). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > My mother married Jack Kirkland Jallings, and they are now 88 and 90, 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > respectively, and live in Madison WI; the house Newton and Bertha bui 4 CONC lt out 4 CONT > near Oregon, south of Madison, has been extensively renovated by my o 4 CONC nly 4 CONT > brother, Jon Jallings; he and wife Cheryl have no children. There are t 4 CONC hree 4 CONT > girls-- Susan (me--I live in Toronto; my son Peter and wife Marcy her 4 CONC e as 4 CONT > well; my daughter Jennifer, husband Brent and new baby Zachary in San D 4 CONC iego 4 CONT > CA)-- Nancy (lives outside Atlanta GA and has 4 daughters and 2 sons- 4 CONC -second 4 CONT > oldest Jessica is getting married in Kohler WI next week)-- Rebecca ( 4 CONC lives 4 CONT > in Madison, has 3 daughters and a son and 5 grandchildren, including J 4 CONC ack 4 CONT > Jallings Sandler Page, named for our dad). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Ruth Franklin m. Kemp Franzen --both are dead now--and they had two 4 CONT > daughters, Linda ( Florida, no kids) Annie (Alaska, no kids) Jeff ( m 4 CONC . Barb, 4 CONT > 3 kids, Cedarburg WI) and the late Philip (CA and then FL). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > There are no more male Franklins to carry Eber's line in our family, a 4 CONC nd no 4 CONT > more male Pomeroys either--nor for that matter any male Jallings'! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I finished an extensive family genealogy in 2002 which is on CD--with m 4 CONC ega 4 CONT > help from Terry and other Kimble, Franklin, Pomeroy, Chapman, Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > myriad families from the other 3 family trees in my background-- and 4 CONT > currently am on a genealogy hiatus while I do other things. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Eventually.....I will have to crawl back into the Kimble zone......be 4 CONC cause 4 CONT > it is a huge question mark and I don't like unanswerable questions! 4 CONT > Meanwhile I file away everything Terry sends into the 'TBD ASAP' file 4 CONC ..... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Susan Franklin Jallings Daniel, Toronto, Canada. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > PS: If anyone is interested, I can burn all the Franklin/Kimble/Pomer 4 CONC oy 4 CONT > stuff from my megaCD to a CD and send it to you if you are willing to p 4 CONC ay 4 CONT > the costs, c. $5 or so-- 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 MAY 1851 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus co., New York 2 NOTE living with grandparents, Eber and Martha 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC LaValley, Lincoln County, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S349@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1900 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1900 2 PLAC Parker, South Dakota 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Parker, South Dakota 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Parker, South Dakota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 AUG 1928 2 PLAC Parker, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 PLAC Vermilion- Elk Point, South Dakota 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 NOTE Lafe, AKA 1 FAMS @F221@ 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I574@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX M 1 _UID F7EED132EA228648833F5FF76D05DC58803D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 31 AUG 2009 1 NOTE Wyandot Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 2 CONT 2 CONT Tuesday, May 23, 1911 2 CONT 2 CONT MRS. MARY LONG 2 CONT 2 CONT After intense suffering with bloodpoisoning, Mrs. Mary Long died at the 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT home of her daughter, Mrs. Ella Mohn, in Tiffin. Tuesday morning, at 6 2 CONT o'clock. 2 CONT 2 CONT Mrs. Long was about fifty years old. She came to Carey when fourteen ye 2 CONC ars 2 CONT of age and was reared in the home of Captain Kimmel in that city. Her m 2 CONC aiden 2 CONT name was Mary Brenard. She was married February 27, 1871 to William Lon 2 CONC g, 2 CONT who departed this life March 9, 1910. They were parents of twelve child 2 CONC ren, 2 CONT two of whom are deceased. Those who survive the mother are: Mrs. Charle 2 CONC s 2 CONT Bakies, Mrs. Frank Jones, and Mrs. William Burr, of Carey; Mrs. George W 2 CONC . 2 CONT Walter, in Tymochtee township; Charles Long, of Camden, Ind.; Clyde Lon 2 CONC g, 2 CONT now on his way to Florida, and Mrs. Mohn and Misses Hazel, Bessie and 2 CONT Clarence Long, of Tiffin. 2 CONT 2 CONT Mrs. Long lived in Carey and vicinity nearly all her life, only going t 2 CONC o 2 CONT Tiffin last March. She was a kind christian wife and mother and was a m 2 CONC ember 2 CONT of the United Evangelical church at Carey for over twenty-five years. 2 CONT 2 CONT The remains will be brought to Carey Wednesday noon, when arrangements f 2 CONC or 2 CONT burial will be made. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT CLARENCE KIMBLE 2 CONT Request Information 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT SSN 2 CONT 366-14-3928 2 CONT Residence: 2 CONT 49065 Lawton, Van Buren, MI 2 CONT 2 CONT Born 2 CONT 9 Oct 1891 2 CONT Last Benefit: 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Died 2 CONT Mar 1973 2 CONT Issued: 2 CONT MI (Before 1951) 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT NELLIE KIMBLE 2 CONT Request Information 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT SSN 2 CONT 374-34-2740 2 CONT Residence: 2 CONT 49065 Lawton, Van Buren, MI 2 CONT 2 CONT Born 2 CONT 20 Jan 1897 2 CONT Last Benefit: 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Died 2 CONT Aug 1971 2 CONT Issued: 2 CONT MI (1951 And 1952) 2 CONT 2 CONT SSDI Search Results 2 CONT 2 CONT The key to your research 2 CONT Join Ancestry.com Today! 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Viewing records 1-1 of 1 Matches 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT EMMETT KIMBLE 2 CONT Request Information 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT SSN 2 CONT 269-14-2438 2 CONT Residence: 2 CONT 44870 Sandusky, Erie, OH 2 CONT 2 CONT Born 2 CONT 25 Mar 1919 2 CONT Last Benefit: 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Died 2 CONT Mar 1987 2 CONT Issued: 2 CONT OH (Before 1951) 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.heritagepursuit.com/WyCh12.htm 2 CONT 2 CONT The following soldiers whose regiments and companies were not reported w 2 CONC ere also accredited to Wyandot County: 2 CONT 2 CONT G. B. Kelley, D. H. Walton, James F. Rich, I. B. Cross, P. Brashares, P 2 CONC age Blackburn, Peter Parsell, S. C. Anderson, W. S. Bowers, Martin Snyd 2 CONC er, J. A. 2 CONT Dumm, William Sweet, Frank Switzer, Murray Switzer, J. A. Ankrum, J. O. S 2 CONC tudebaker, J. O. Haner, John Kerr, Nathan Kimball, A. M. Johns, D. H. Y 2 CONC oung, E. 2 CONT W. Ekleberry, George Bowers, James M. Beam, James Miller. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Seneca County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Seneca County Gen Health Dist 2 CONT 3140 S. State Route 100 2 CONT Tiffin, OH 44883 2 CONT (419) 447-3691 2 CONT Rec Type 2 CONT Cost 2 CONT Dates 2 CONT Form 2 CONT Remarks 2 CONT Birth 2 CONT 1867+ 2 CONT Death 2 CONT 1867+ 2 CONT Marriage 2 CONT 1841+ 2 CONT 2 CONT Wyandot County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Wyandot County Clerk 2 CONT County Courthouse 2 CONT Upper Sandusky, OH 43351 2 CONT (419) 294-1432 2 CONT Rec Type 2 CONT Cost 2 CONT Dates 2 CONT Form 2 CONT Remarks 2 CONT Birth 2 CONT $2.00 2 CONT 1867+ 2 CONT Death 2 CONT 1867+ 2 CONT Marriage 2 CONT $2.00 2 CONT 1845+ 2 CONT 2 CONT ________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Name: KIMBLE, PETER Spouse: DAVIS, MARY Marriage Date: 4 Jun 1862 Count 2 CONC y: Seneca State: OH 1 SOUR @S803@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Top of Form 1 Re: Benjamin K 4 CONC imble b. 18 Nov 1806 4 CONT Posted by: Cathy Howell Date: April 14, 2001 at 17:19:04 4 CONT In Reply to: Benjamin Kimble b. 18 Nov 1806 <278.html> by C 4 CONC hris Kimball of 587 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT I have a Benjamin Kimble, born somewhere in NY c1807. He married Paulin 4 CONC a Hoag on 3/18/1831 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co, Ohio. Might this be y 4 CONC our Benjamin? My interest is actually through Paulina's sister, Amanda, b 4 CONC ut I'd love to find a connection. 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Form 1 Re: Benjamin K 4 CONC imble b. 18 Nov 1806 4 CONT Posted by: Chris Kimball < 4 CONC /u> Date: April 15, 2001 at 17:58:19 4 CONT In Reply to: Re: Benjamin Kimble b. 18 Nov 1806 <295.html> by Cathy Howell of 587 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT Yes, this is Benjamin Kimble, I'm looking for. 4 CONT 4 CONT The wedding date and location agrees with our records. We have her name a 4 CONC s Perlina or Paulina or Paulinda L. Hoag b. 6 Oct 1807 "in N.Y. State. ) P 4 CONC rob near Pawling in Dutchess Co, where there are many Hoag families...? 4 CONC " 4 CONT d. 14 Nov 1892 near Thompson, Ohio. 4 CONT 4 CONT She is a most interesting character in our family, a devout Quaker who r 4 CONC an a stop on the Underground Railway and who later wouldn't allow a mar 4 CONC ker to be put on her husband's grave (pretentious). 4 CONT 4 CONT There's a little more on Perlina, feel free to contact me directly at k 4 CONC imball@ntplx.net for more (free!) 4 CONT 4 CONT Chris Kimball 1 SOUR @S1015@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT EARLY SETTLERS. 4 CONT 4 CONT Again we are confronted with a mass of conflicting evidence as to who a 4 CONC re the rightful claimants to the honor of being the first settlers of C 4 CONC rawford Township. According to our best authority, Asa Lake and Nehemia 4 CONC h Earls located here as early as 1819. They were men of families, and s 4 CONC ettled in what is now Section 26, then Government land. though afterwar 4 CONC d entered and settled upon by Daniel Hodges, who was also one of the ea 4 CONC rliest residents of the township. As early as 1830, he built a brick ho 4 CONC use, the first of the kind in the township. He located in Crawfordsvill 4 CONC e in 1821. 4 CONT Hon. John Carey, generally known as " Judge " Carey, and whose biograph 4 CONC y appears elsewhere in this work, came to this township and located wit 4 CONC h his family in 1823 or 1824. He was born in Virginia in 1792. 4 CONT Christopher Baker came to this locality in 1822, and located on Section 1 4 CONC 1. In reaching his land, he came via Harrison's army trail through Dela 4 CONC ware, Marion and Upper Sandusky to the Tymochtee, and then cut a path f 4 CONC rom Lish's Ferry. The Wyandot trail, running from Big Springs to the tw 4 CONC elve-mile reservation, passed near Mr. Baker's cabin. His Son, John Bak 4 CONC er, one of the old residents of the township, was born in Ross County, O 4 CONC hio, August 14, 1815. 4 CONT Curtis Berry, Jr., was burn in this township April 19, 1831. He came wi 4 CONC th his -parents, Curtis and Sally (Cavitt) Berry, to this county from R 4 CONC oss County in 1827, and located with them in this township in 1829. His f 4 CONC ather was born in 1782, and was reared in Virginia. He came to Ross Cou 4 CONC nty about 1804-6. His mother was of Irish descent, her father, Francis C 4 CONC avitt, coming from Ireland. The parents were married in 1812, while liv 4 CONC ing in Ross County. On coming to this county, Mr. Berry purchased eight 4 CONC y acres of land, but at his death owned a whole section. He died Decemb 4 CONC er 29, 1855; his wife September 4, the same year. They had tell childre 4 CONC n, three now living. The mother of Curtis Berry, Sr., was a resident of P 4 CONC hiladelphia, and an intimate acquaintance of Col. Crawford. In playful k 4 CONC indness, she tied his necktie for him the morning he departed on his fa 4 CONC tal expedition against the Indians of Ohio. 4 CONT George James moved to this township with his parents, John and Elizabet 4 CONC h James, in 1822. He was born in Beaver County, Penn., March 9, 1807. H 4 CONC is parents moved to Pike County in 1810, and from that point to this co 4 CONC unty. They entered eighty acres in this township, and reared ten childr 4 CONC en. 4 CONT McD. M. Carey, son of Hon. John Carey, settled in this township with hi 4 CONC s parents in 1823-24, and has ever since been a resident. He was born i 4 CONC n Franklin County, Ohio, in 1820, and is now one of the representative f 4 CONC armers of the township. 4 CONT *His real name was William Todd. 4 CONT 4 CONT CRAWFORD TOWNSHIP - 743 4 CONT 4 CONT Smith Kentfield was one of the early and prominent farmers of this town 4 CONC ship, having located here prior to 1825 He died in 1854. His son, David L 4 CONC . Kentfield, was born in this township March 9, 1825. He was a very pro 4 CONC minent and successful farmer also, owning near 500 acres at the time of h 4 CONC is death, which occurred April 2, 1884. 4 CONT Hiram J. Starr, an extensive stock and grain dealer of this township, l 4 CONC ocated here in 1830. He was born in Franklin County, Ohio, June 24, 181 4 CONC 6. He began business by clerking in a store at Crawfordsville, and afte 4 CONC rward engaged with William Buell, the first merchant of Carey, as an eq 4 CONC ual partner in the stock business. He was married in 1851 to Ellen G. C 4 CONC arey, widow of N. B. Carey, and daughter of William and Eliza (Kooken) B 4 CONC rown, previously mentioned in this chapter. Mrs. Starr was born October 1 4 CONC 2, 1824, the first white child born in this township.* Mr. Starr is sti 4 CONC ll a resident of this township. 4 CONT William Brayton, who came to this county in 1821, and located with his p 4 CONC arents in Tymochtee Township, settled in Crawford in 1834. He is one of t 4 CONC he most substantial of its farmers, having owned as high as 700 acres o 4 CONC f land. He was born in Vermont, May 11, 1810, and was married to Margar 4 CONC et Carr May 5, 1839. They bad eleven children. Mrs. Brayton died Januar 4 CONC y 22, 1869. His father, Elijah Brayton, was one of the first millers in t 4 CONC he county, beginning operations by erecting a saw and grist mill in Tym 4 CONC ochtee Township in 1823. He and John Carey also owned and operated a sa 4 CONC w mill and carding machine, which was located on Carey's land. 4 CONT A LEAF FROM AN OLD SETTLER'S DIARY. 4 CONT 4 CONT William Brown was one of the few first white settlers of Crawford Towns 4 CONC hip. He was born in Maryland September 12, 1706. His wife, Eliza Kooken 4 CONC , was born in Berks County, Penn., February 14, 1804, and they were mar 4 CONC ried July 3, 1822. From an old diary (t) begun by Mr. Brown in 1822, we o 4 CONC btain some interesting facts given in entries as follows: 4 CONT "November, 1822, entered land near the Big Spring Reservation." 4 CONT "July 20, 1823, left Columbus, Ohio, for my land, with the intention of b 4 CONC uilding a cabin, digging a well, etc. On my arrival, my heart for the f 4 CONC irst time failed me. The day was dark and rainy. We had spent more than h 4 CONC alf of it driving from Tymochtee out, the road being nothing but mire a 4 CONC nd water. The ground where we halted was clothed with a heavy growth of t 4 CONC imber, so much so that we could scarcely see the sun at noon, and to ad 4 CONC d to our misfortune, we could not work without being stung by nettles, n 4 CONC either could we remain at ease for the hungry mosquitoes. These difficu 4 CONC lties I could have borne with fortitude had I been there on a visit for a f 4 CONC ew days only, but when I reflected that they could be removed only by y 4 CONC ears of hard labor, I was ready to conclude that I had acted the idiot i 4 CONC n purchasing the land, and the lunatic in attempting to settle it." 4 CONT "The next day I set Orra Harris, the young man who came with me, to dig 4 CONC ging a well. I took Mr. Carey's horse to Squire Hodges, and he soon dis 4 CONC covered that all was not right with me. He therefore immediately set ab 4 CONC out to aid me to obviate my difficulties by telling me a long flatterin 4 CONC g story, the purport of which was that he had not the least doubt that s 4 CONC hould I set in and continue with determined perseverance, my undertakin 4 CONC g would be crowned with complete success, that I would not only make a g 4 CONC ood living, but that, in a few years, I would become independent. 4 CONT *We have authority also for stating that a daughter was born in this to 4 CONC wnship to Asa and Martha Lake in 1821. 4 CONT (t) The diary referred to was kindly furnished its by Hiram J. Starr, s 4 CONC on-in-law of Mr. Brown. 4 CONT 4 CONT 744- HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 4 CONT 4 CONT This story, although I know it was much exaggerated, gave we considerab 4 CONC le relief. I returned to our encampment about dusk and was greeted with t 4 CONC he joyful news that Orra had got water! The next morning the clouds dis 4 CONC persed and the sun once more visited our lonesome woods. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT "Squire Hodges' flattering advice, getting water so conveniently, and t 4 CONC he appearance of fair weather, in a great measure dissipated my dreadfu 4 CONC l forebodings, and I began work quite cheerfully. We remained six weeks 4 CONC , built a cabin, laid the lower floor, put up the chimney to the mantel 4 CONC -piece.... laid the back wall and hearth and returned home. " * * * 4 CONT "April 5, .1824, set out with my horses, wagon, plows, etc., for squire H 4 CONC odges' for the purpose of raising corn." 4 CONT "July 1, returned home; July 15, returned again to my land to finish my c 4 CONC abin. September 1, home again." 4 CONT "October 7, loaded up my goods and chattels and with my family I set sa 4 CONC il' for my intended home. After a prosperous journey of four and one. h 4 CONC alf days we landed at our lonesome abode October 12, 1824." 4 CONT "October 22, my wife had a fine daughter, which we named Ellen. 4 CONT "May 22, 1825, planted fourteen acres of corn." 4 CONT Here the entries of the old diary, now yellow with age, close, so far a 4 CONC s they pertain to the settlement of the family in this township. The "f 4 CONC ine daughter" which Mr. Brown refers to with so much paternal pride is n 4 CONC ow the wife of Hiram J. Starr, and, as stated above, was said to be the f 4 CONC irst white child born in this township. It will be observed that Mr. Ca 4 CONC rey and Squire Hodges were residents of this locality when Mr. Brown fi 4 CONC rst settled here. It will also be seen that the first settlers in this n 4 CONC ow beautiful and prosperous region began with " dreadful forebodings " f 4 CONC or the future. This was indeed "the forest primeval." The croaking of t 4 CONC he frisky frog, the piping treble notes of the sanguinary mosquitoe, ev 4 CONC er with an eye to business, the humming bee and the singing bird were a 4 CONC ll here in their primitive chorus; but they brought little cheer to the s 4 CONC truggling settler with his limited fields of grain and big unlimited ha 4 CONC rvest of fever and ague. Mr. Brown entered 160 acres of land. His uncea 4 CONC sing toil at last brought him to the grave; he died in 1866, and ton ye 4 CONC ars later his faithful companion joined him in the realm beyond. 4 CONT Besides those already mentioned as early settlers of this township, we h 4 CONC ave also the names of many others who located here at various dates pri 4 CONC or to 1845. Among them are the following: Jesse, William, Thomas and Be 4 CONC njamin Gale; Samuel, James and William Ritchey; Nathan Kimball; Ichabod 4 CONC , Myron and Rufus Merriman; Mr. Hamlin, Thomas Wallace, John Nixon, Joh 4 CONC n Gormley, John James, William James, George James, Smith Kentfield, A. K 4 CONC nowlton, Andrew Crawford, Abraham Loy, William Hack. ney. Asa Brayton, W 4 CONC arwick, Thomas and John R. Miller, Sheldon Beebe, James Miller and sons 4 CONC , Christopher and John Baker, Curtis Berry, Sr., Joseph and William Har 4 CONC t, Harvey Chidson, Hamilton Karr, Sr. and Jr., Charles M. Karr, H. J. S 4 CONC tarr; Gershom, Elijah, John and Josephus Dowman; Conrad Hare and sons, A 4 CONC . B. Ranger and sons, Asa Bixby and sons, Lemuel Guerney and sons, Kins 4 CONC ey Ogg and sons, William Hunter and sons, Reuben Savidge and sons, Will 4 CONC iam McKinzie and sons, Jacob Kemmerly and sons, Benjamin Copley and Mr. H 4 CONC amlin, James Burk and sons, Isaac Burk, Sr., Daniel Brown, Ezra Gilbert 4 CONC , Henry Davis, Adam Nye and sons, Thomas and Samuel Hart, D. Shane, Jes 4 CONC se Wilson and Robert Hedges. 4 CONT The following is a list of persons born in the town 1 SOUR @S1016@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE. 4 CONT 4 CONT Ayers, Isaac, Section 28, 40 acres. 4 CONT Kimball, Nathan, Sections 3 and 4, 240 acres. 4 CONT McDowell, William, Sections 9, 10 and 35, 250 acres. 4 CONT Wonder, John, Section 4, 153 acres. 4 CONT Denman, Joseph, Section 29, 40 acres. 4 CONT McDowell, William, Section 25, 88 acres. 4 CONT TOWN OF CRAWFORDSVILLE. 4 CONT Names of lot owners in 1845: Polly Belote, George Belote, William M. Bu 4 CONC ell, Joseph M. Fry, John Gabriel, Michael Gressell, John Gormly, John H 4 CONC ouck, William Jennery, Israel Jennery, Samuel Kenan, Smith Lawton, Jame 4 CONC s W. Marmon, James Rickey, R. P. Ranney, William Richey, Foster W. Savi 4 CONC dge, Reuben Savidge, Morgan Savidge, State of Ohio. 4 CONT TOWN OF CAREY. 4 CONT 4 CONT Owners of lots: George Berry, Buell & Welch, Thomas Berry, Thomas C. Bu 4 CONC rnett, William Baker, Lyman Cody, William Cooley, Peter Houck, Henry Ho 4 CONC uck, John Houck, William Huff, John Hare, William McDowell, Mad River & L 4 CONC ake Erie Railroad Company, Rufus W. Reid, James Rickey, William Rickey, D 4 CONC aniel Smith, James Thompson, Aaron Welch, Charles Zuck. 4 CONT OWNERS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. 4 CONT 4 CONT George Amos, Curtis Berry, Jr., Asa Bixby, Michael Battenfield, Henry B 4 CONC echtel, William Brown, Frederick Best, Mariah Bent, Elizabeth Bullis, G 4 CONC eorge Baughman, Christopher Breama, Sheldon Beebe, William Bolden, Asa B 4 CONC atole, James Bliss, Isaac Burke, William Brayton, Curtis and Christophe 4 CONC r Baker, Elizabeth Bogart, John Baker, William M. Buell, Buell & Welch ( 4 CONC merchant), Andrew Christy, McDonough M. Carey, William Cole, Frederick C 4 CONC raft, John Carey, Charles Carr, Joel Clark, Luther Chaffee, Robert Cavo 4 CONC t, Benjamin Cobley, William Clark, Daniel Christy, Nicholas Carr, John C 4 CONC arr, Beriah Chesebrough, Joel Chesebrough, Erasmus Chambers, William Ch 4 CONC ambers, Dr. Howard Clark (practicing physician), William Dunbar, Elijah D 4 CONC enman, Gershom. T. Denman, William Davis, Ira Derby, John Donney, Lewis E 4 CONC ngland, John England, Daniel England, Dr. John Foster (practicing physi 4 CONC cian), Henry Frazier, Joseph M. Fry, Lemuel Gurney, Jacob Gear, Thomas W 4 CONC . Greer, Eli Gibbs, - Gormley, John Helsey, Widow Holtz, Rebecca Hart, I 4 CONC saac Hopkins, Conrad Hare, John Hare, Solomon Hare, Jonathan Hart, Will 4 CONC iam Hoff, Francis Hook, David Hawkins, Perry Harmon, John Houck, Samuel H 4 CONC art, William Hunter, Thomas Hart, John James, Jacob Kennedy, Hamilton K 4 CONC err, Hamilton Kerr, Jr., Smith Kentfield, Andrew Kostenbader, Tobias Kn 4 CONC eazle, Nathan Kimball, Aaron Kostenbader, Charles Lindour, Amos L 4 CONC ucas, John Lowry, Jeremiah Lowry, Sidney Lewis, William McDowell, James M 4 CONC cGuinn, Thomas Morgan, Nelson Miller, Warick Miller, Charles Murphy, Th 4 CONC omas Miller, John Miller, Joseph Metcalf, Miram Merriman, Roderick McKi 4 CONC nzie, William McKinzie, Abram Myers, Hugh Mulholland, Azariah Needham, G 4 CONC ideon Nye, Adam Nye, Emanuel Nye, Aaron Nye, John Nye, Adam Nye, Kinzie O 4 CONC gg, William Preston, William Parker, Florian Pound, James Rickey, James R 4 CONC ichardson, Samuel Rathbun, Amos B. Ranger, Luther Ranger, William Ricke 4 CONC y, Nehemiah Read, George W. Stoner, Jacob Slaybaugh, Daniel Sockrider, J 4 CONC acob Smith, Reuben Savidge, Foster Savidge, Thomas Stickles, Levi 4 CONT 4 CONT CRAWFORD TOWNSHIP - 749 4 CONT 4 CONT Savidge, William Smith, Sylvester Sears, Jacob Soop, Jacob Snook, Israe 4 CONC l Shoefer, Susannah Stahl, Jonathan Sickley, Daniel Shane, Samuel Searl 4 CONC s, Samuel Stahl, Jacob Smith, Peter Stahl, Elizabeth Stahl, Henry Shoem 4 CONC an, Jonas Shoeman, Frederick Shoeman, Henry Swartzlander, Aaron Swihart 4 CONC , Samuel Snyder, John Stahl, Henry Shively, Samuel Snyder, Reuben F. Sa 4 CONC vidge, John Sockrider, Hiram Stern, James Thompson, Adolphus Vogel, And 4 CONC rew Vance, George Wolf, Aaron Welch, George Wonder, John Wonder, Jeremi 4 CONC ah Williams, Daniel Walker, Michael Yeager, Charles Zook. 1 SOUR @S1124@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996 Van Buren County Kimbles 4 CONT 4 CONT Judea L KIMBLE 30 March 31 23 February 87 Female Decatur, Van Bure 4 CONC n, Michigan 4 CONT Clarence R KIMBLE 09 October 91 05 March 73 Male Porter, Van Bur 4 CONC en, Michigan 4 CONT William S KIMBLE 28 January 59 27 July 85 Male Newberg, Cass, Mi 4 CONC chigan 4 CONT Nellie M KIMBLE 20 January 97 24 August 71 Female Antwerp, Van B 4 CONC uren, Michigan 4 CONT Robert KIMBLE 23 September 33 03 December 87 Male Lawton, Van Bu 4 CONC ren, Michigan 4 CONT 1 SOUR @S1135@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 AUG 1794 2 PLAC New Jersey 2 NOTE Bible record copied in Potter's book says b.1799 1 RESI 2 DATE 1845 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1845 2 PLAC CRAWFORD TOWNSHIP 2 SOUR @S1158@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Wyandot/Wcrawf1.htm 5 CONT 5 CONT In the twenty-five years that intervened between the time of the first s 5 CONC ettler's location and 1845, the increase of settlers was rapid. The nam 5 CONC es of those who were assessed for the payment of taxes in Crawford Town 5 CONC ship in that year were as follows: 5 CONT OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE. 5 CONT 5 CONT Kimball, Nathan, Sections 3 and 4, 240 acres. 1 RESI 2 DATE 1878 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1878 2 NOTE owner of two farms as late as 1878 2 SOUR @S392@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 APR 1881 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S269@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S270@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Nathan Kimble death noticee in Adrian Friday, April 29. He was over 86 y 5 CONC ears old. He left home Thursday morning to go about two miles south of t 5 CONC own and in some way slipped and fell, breaking his leg about two inches b 5 CONC elow the hip joint. Rev. Houghtby preached the funeral sermon at the M. 5 CONC E.Church, after which the remains were interred one mile north of Carey 5 CONC . 2 SOUR @S268@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Footnote 5 CONT 5 CONT Seneca County Probate Court, Will Book 5, pages 169-173 5 CONT 5 CONT 169 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Nathan Kimble Will 5 CONT 5 CONT Be it remembered that on the 5th day of May 1881 the Last 5 CONT Will and Testament of Nathan Kimble was left in this Office 5 CONT for Probate and Record which reads as follows: 5 CONT In the name of the benevolent Father of All, I Nathan 5 CONT Kimble do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament 5 CONT Item 1st 5 CONT I do hereby nominate and appoint my son John Kimble 5 CONT Executor of this my Last Will and Testament- hereby authorizing 5 CONT and empowering him to compromise, adjust, release and 5 CONT discharge in such manner as he me may deem proper 5 CONT the debts and claims due me. I do also authorize and 5 CONT empower him to sell by private sale, or in such manner 5 CONT upon such terms of credit, or otherwise as he may think 5 CONT proper all of my estate- both Real and personal except 5 CONT as hereinafter bounded and deed to purchasers to except 5 CONT acknowledge and deliver in fee simple 5 CONT Item 2nd 5 CONT I desire, and do hereby give and devise to my 5 CONT beloved wife in lieu of her dower- Three Thousand dollars 5 CONT $300 in cash to be paid to her by my executor- out of the first 5 CONT moneys or moneys that comes into his hands as 5 CONT such Executor after paying all my first debts their due 5 CONT and my funeral expenses- out of the sale of my property 5 CONT also that my beloved wife have all of such part of my 5 CONT household furniture as she may select for her own use- and 5 CONT goods and provissions- which may be on my said farm 5 CONT at my death - one sow and one horse and buggy any of 5 CONT the last mentioned articles or all of them to be subject to the 5 CONT selection of my said wife- 5 CONT item 3rd 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to my daughter Hannah Wyers 5 CONT the sum of Seven hundred dollars to be paid to her my 5 CONT said daughter by my executor out of the sale of my 5 CONT property after paying my first debts and funeral 5 CONT expenses and the amount heretofore devised to my beloved 5 CONT wife 5 CONT Item 4th 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to Granddaughter Alice 5 CONT Lutz the sum of Two hundred dollars to be paid to her 5 CONT my granddaughter's guardian for her use and benefit 5 CONT Which Guardian I hereafter and hereby nominate and 5 CONT appoint to wit: my beloved friend John Green as 5 CONT Guardian for my said granddaughter- Alice Lutz 5 CONT until the said Alice Lutz arrives at the age of twenty 5 CONT one years- or intermarries- said sum of two hundred 5 CONT dollars to be so paid out of the sale of my property 5 CONT after paying first my past debts and funeral 5 CONT 5 CONT 170 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT and the amount hereto devised to my beloved wife and 5 CONT also the amount heretofore devised to my daughter Hannah 5 CONT Wyers. 5 CONT Item 5th 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to my son Benjamin Kimble 5 CONT the sum of Two hundred dollars during his life time and 5 CONT and after his death to be paid to the heirs of his body 5 CONT then living- said sum of Two hundred dollars to be so paid 5 CONT out of the sale of my property- after paying my past debts 5 CONT and funeral expenses and the several sums heretofore bequeathed 5 CONT by me to my said wife and also my daughter Hannah 5 CONT Wyers and also my Granddaughter Alice Lutz 5 CONT Item 6th 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to my son Harison Kimble 5 CONT the sum of Two hundred dollars during his life time and 5 CONT after his death to be paid to his heirs of his body then 5 CONT living- Said sum of Two hundred dollars to be so paid 5 CONT out of the sale of my property after paying my first debts 5 CONT and funeral expenses and the several sums heretofore bequeathed 5 CONT by me to my said wife and also my daughter Hannah 5 CONT Wyers and also my Granddaughter Alice Lutz and also 5 CONT my son Benjamin Kimble. 5 CONT Item 7th 5 CONT I do hereby devise and bequeath to each of my 5 CONT following children to wit: Hannah Wyers one seventh part 5 CONT Mary Wonders one seventh part and John Kimble one 5 CONT seventh part of the balance of my Estate after first paying 5 CONT the several sums hereinbefore especially provided to be paid 5 CONT out of my said Estate- and to the following children 5 CONT to wit: Ezekiel Kimble one seventh part during his 5 CONT lifetime and after his death to the heirs of his body then 5 CONT living - Harison Kimble one seventh part during his 5 CONT lifetime and after his death to the heirs of his body living 5 CONT Benjamin Kimple one seventh part during his lifetime 5 CONT and after his death to the heirs of his body then living 5 CONT Margaret Hockins one seventh part during her 5 CONT lifetime and after her death to the heirs of her body 5 CONT then living of the balance of my estate after paying 5 CONT first the several sums hereinbefore especially provided to 5 CONT be paid out of my Estate. 5 CONT Provided that said Ezekiel Kimble and Margaret 5 CONT Hockins- shall Select land of the value and not execute 5 CONT the value of said one seventh part of the balance of my 5 CONT Estate each which my Executor shall purchase and 5 CONT convey to each of them during life and after their 5 CONT death to their heirs- out of and as their interest 5 CONT in my said Estate- and that at the death of said 5 CONT Margaret Hockins- There be paid out of said sums so 5 CONT 5 CONT 171 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT bequeathed to her- to Alice Lutz first- the sum of three hundred 5 CONT dollars and that the balance be equally divided between all of 5 CONT the heirs of said Margaret Hockins including said Alice 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Footnote (subsequent) 5 CONT 5 CONT Seneca County Probate Court, Will Book 5, pages 169-173 5 CONT 5 CONT 169 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Nathan Kimble Will 5 CONT 5 CONT Be it remembered that on the 5th day of May 1881 the Last 5 CONT Will and Testament of Nathan Kimble was left in this Office 5 CONT for Probate and Record which reads as follows: 5 CONT In the name of the benevolent Father of All, I Nathan 5 CONT Kimble do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament 5 CONT Item 1st 5 CONT I do hereby nominate and appoint my son John Kimble 5 CONT Executor of this my Last Will and Testament- hereby authorizing 5 CONT and empowering him to compromise, adjust, release and 5 CONT discharge in such manner as he me may deem proper 5 CONT the debts and claims due me. I do also authorize and 5 CONT empower him to sell by private sale, or in such manner 5 CONT upon such terms of credit, or otherwise as he may think 5 CONT proper all of my estate- both Real and personal except 5 CONT as hereinafter bounded and deed to purchasers to except 5 CONT acknowledge and deliver in fee simple 5 CONT Item 2nd 5 CONT I desire, and do hereby give and devise to my 5 CONT beloved wife in lieu of her dower- Three Thousand dollars 5 CONT $300 in cash to be paid to her by my executor- out of the first 5 CONT moneys or moneys that comes into his hands as 5 CONT such Executor after paying all my first debts their due 5 CONT and my funeral expenses- out of the sale of my property 5 CONT also that my beloved wife have all of such part of my 5 CONT household furniture as she may select for her own use- and 5 CONT goods and provissions- which may be on my said farm 5 CONT at my death - one sow and one horse and buggy any of 5 CONT the last mentioned articles or all of them to be subject to the 5 CONT selection of my said wife- 5 CONT item 3rd 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to my daughter Hannah Wyers 5 CONT the sum of Seven hundred dollars to be paid to her my 5 CONT said daughter by my executor out of the sale of my 5 CONT property after paying my first debts and funeral 5 CONT expenses and the amount heretofore devised to my beloved 5 CONT wife 5 CONT Item 4th 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to Granddaughter Alice 5 CONT Lutz the sum of Two hundred dollars to be paid to her 5 CONT my granddaughter's guardian for her use and benefit 5 CONT Which Guardian I hereafter and hereby nominate and 5 CONT appoint to wit: my beloved friend John Green as 5 CONT Guardian for my said granddaughter- Alice Lutz 5 CONT until the said Alice Lutz arrives at the age of twenty 5 CONT one years- or intermarries- said sum of two hundred 5 CONT dollars to be so paid out of the sale of my property 5 CONT after paying first my past debts and funeral 5 CONT 5 CONT 170 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT and the amount hereto devised to my beloved wife and 5 CONT also the amount heretofore devised to my daughter Hannah 5 CONT Wyers. 5 CONT Item 5th 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to my son Benjamin Kimble 5 CONT the sum of Two hundred dollars during his life time and 5 CONT and after his death to be paid to the heirs of his body 5 CONT then living- said sum of Two hundred dollars to be so paid 5 CONT out of the sale of my property- after paying my past debts 5 CONT and funeral expenses and the several sums heretofore bequeathed 5 CONT by me to my said wife and also my daughter Hannah 5 CONT Wyers and also my Granddaughter Alice Lutz 5 CONT Item 6th 5 CONT I devise and bequeath to my son Harison Kimble 5 CONT the sum of Two hundred dollars during his life time and 5 CONT after his death to be paid to his heirs of his body then 5 CONT living- Said sum of Two hundred dollars to be so paid 5 CONT out of the sale of my property after paying my first debts 5 CONT and funeral expenses and the several sums heretofore bequeathed 5 CONT by me to my said wife and also my daughter Hannah 5 CONT Wyers and also my Granddaughter Alice Lutz and also 5 CONT my son Benjamin Kimble. 5 CONT Item 7th 5 CONT I do hereby devise and bequeath to each of my 5 CONT following children to wit: Hannah Wyers one seventh part 5 CONT Mary Wonders one seventh part and John Kimble one 5 CONT seventh part of the balance of my Estate after first paying 5 CONT the several sums hereinbefore especially provided to be paid 5 CONT out of my said Estate- and to the following children 5 CONT to wit: Ezekiel Kimble one seventh part during his 5 CONT lifetime and after his death to the heirs of his body then 5 CONT living - Harison Kimble one seventh part during his 5 CONT lifetime and after his death to the heirs of his body living 5 CONT Benjamin Kimple one seventh part during his lifetime 5 CONT and after his death to the heirs of his body then living 5 CONT Margaret Hockins one seventh part during her 5 CONT lifetime and after her death to the heirs of her body 5 CONT then living of the balance of my estate after paying 5 CONT first the several sums hereinbefore especially provided to 5 CONT be paid out of my Estate. 5 CONT Provided that said Ezekiel Kimble and Margaret 5 CONT Hockins- shall Select land of the value and not execute 5 CONT the value of said one seventh part of the balance of my 5 CONT Estate each which my Executor shall purchase and 5 CONT convey to each of them during life and after their 5 CONT death to their heirs- out of and as their interest 5 CONT in my said Estate- and that at the death of said 5 CONT Margaret Hockins- There be paid out of said sums so 5 CONT 5 CONT 171 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT bequeathed to her- to Alice Lutz first- the sum of three hundred 5 CONT dollars and that the balance be equally divided between 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 29 APR 1881 2 _SDATE 30 APR 1881 2 PLAC Crawford Twp, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohwyand2/w/springgrove.htm 3 CONT 3 CONT One mile north of Carey. Grave says died 30 April 1882. 2 SOUR @S269@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S270@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S280@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F199@ 1 FAMC @F99@ 0 @I575@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX F 1 _UID 659EB4670004AE4587644972EE53E9B09521 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 2009 1 NOTE Geauga County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Geauga County Clerk 231 Main Street Chardon, OH 44024 (216) 285- 2 CONC 2222 Geauga County Chapter, OGS Chardon Library, 110 E Park S 2 CONC t. Chardon, OH 44024-1213 2 CONT Rec Type Cost Dates Form Remarks 2 CONT Birth 1867+ 2 CONT Death 1867+ 2 CONT Marriage 1803+ 2 CONT Related Links: Geauga County USGenWeb 1920 U.S. Federal Census - Geauga 2 CONT ______________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Dodge County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Administration Building 2 CONT Attn: Register of Deeds 2 CONT 127 E. Oak Street 2 CONT Juneau, WI 53039 2 CONT (920) 386-3270 2 CONT Make check payable to Register of Deeds. Include a SASE. The fee will b 2 CONC e refunded if the record is not found. 2 CONT Rec Type 2 CONT Cost 2 CONT Dates 2 CONT Form 2 CONT Remarks 2 CONT Birth 2 CONT $12.00 2 CONT 1877+ 2 CONT Death & Marriage 2 CONT $7.00 2 CONT 1877+ 2 CONT 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Dodge County USGenWeb 2 CONT 2 CONT Index to Wisconsin County Vital Records Offices 2 CONT 2 CONT Counties were not required to send copies of all vital records to the s 2 CONC tate before Oct 1907. Therefore, the most complete set of 2 CONT vital records will be found at the county Registers of Deed's office, n 2 CONC ot at the state office. 2 CONT 2 CONT Follow this link to determine what county a city is in. 2 CONT 2 CONT [Adams] [Ashland] [Barron] [Bayfield] [Brown] [Buffalo] [Burnett] [Calu 2 CONC met] [Chippewa] [Clark] [Columbia] [Crawford] 2 CONT [Dane] [Dodge] [Door] [Douglas] [Dunn] [Eau Claire] [Florence] [Fond du L 2 CONC ac] [Forest] [Grant] [Green] [Green Lake] [Iowa] 2 CONT [Iron] [Jackson] [Jefferson] [Juneau] [Kenosha] [Kewaunee] [LaCrosse] [ 2 CONC Lafayette] [Langlade] [Lincoln] [Manitowoc] 2 CONT [Marathon] [Marinette] [Marquette] [Menominee] [Milwaukee] [Monroe] [Oc 2 CONC onto] [Oneida] [Outagamie] [Ozaukee] [Pepin] 2 CONT [Pierce] [Polk] [Portage] [Price] [Racine] [Richland] [Rock] [Rusk] [Sa 2 CONC uk] [Sawyer] [Shawano] [Sheboygan] [St. Croix] 2 CONT [Taylor] [Trempealeau] [Vernon] [Vilas] [Walworth] [Washburn] [Washingt 2 CONC on] [Waukesha] [Waupaca] [Waushara] 2 CONT [Winnebago] [Wood] 1 SOUR @S803@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Top of Form 1 Re: Benjamin K 4 CONC imble b. 18 Nov 1806 4 CONT Posted by: Cathy Howell Date: April 14, 2001 at 17:19:04 4 CONT In Reply to: Benjamin Kimble b. 18 Nov 1806 <278.html> by C 4 CONC hris Kimball of 587 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT I have a Benjamin Kimble, born somewhere in NY c1807. He married Paulin 4 CONC a Hoag on 3/18/1831 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co, Ohio. Might this be y 4 CONC our Benjamin? My interest is actually through Paulina's sister, Amanda, b 4 CONC ut I'd love to find a connection. 4 CONT 4 CONT Top of Form 1 Re: Benjamin K 4 CONC imble b. 18 Nov 1806 4 CONT Posted by: Chris Kimball < 4 CONC /u> Date: April 15, 2001 at 17:58:19 4 CONT In Reply to: Re: Benjamin Kimble b. 18 Nov 1806 <295.html> by Cathy Howell of 587 4 CONT Bottom of Form 1 4 CONT 4 CONT Yes, this is Benjamin Kimble, I'm looking for. 4 CONT 4 CONT The wedding date and location agrees with our records. We have her name a 4 CONC s Perlina or Paulina or Paulinda L. Hoag b. 6 Oct 1807 "in N.Y. State. ) P 4 CONC rob near Pawling in Dutchess Co, where there are many Hoag families...? 4 CONC " 4 CONT d. 14 Nov 1892 near Thompson, Ohio. 4 CONT 4 CONT She is a most interesting character in our family, a devout Quaker who r 4 CONC an a stop on the Underground Railway and who later wouldn't allow a mar 4 CONC ker to be put on her husband's grave (pretentious). 4 CONT 4 CONT There's a little more on Perlina, feel free to contact me directly at k 4 CONC imball@ntplx.net for more (free!) 4 CONT 4 CONT Chris Kimball 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 MAY 1804 2 PLAC East or West Pulteney, Genesee County, (the part known as Riga, Genesee county after 1809) 2 NOTE 1805 from the Bible Record through her brother Benjamin, but other sour 3 CONC ces seem to point to her birth in 1801? 1804 on gravemarker, according t 3 CONC o Susan Daniel, which seems to fit her age in census returns. 2 SOUR @S352@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Elba, Dodge county, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S347@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT on 7/29/01 1:29 AM, Allen Kenyon at akenyon1@elp.rr.com wrote: 5 CONT 5 CONT 1880 Elba, Dodge County, Wisconsin Census 5 CONT 5 CONT > Terry, 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Here are the details you wanted: 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Wisconsin, Dodge County, Elba, ED 10, Page 2 Lines 27-33 5 CONT > Dwelling 13 Family 13 5 CONT > Pomeroy, D. H. w m 84 married Farmer Paralysis Massachussetts Englan 5 CONC d 5 CONT > England 5 CONT > Hannah W F Wife 76 married New York New Jersey New Jersey 5 CONT > Mary L. W F Daughter 37 Single Idiotic Ohio Massachussetts New York 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Family 14 5 CONT > Pomeroy, AKM W M 39 Married Farmer Ohio Massachussetts New York 5 CONT > (b%) Lorinda W F 29 Wife Married Keeping House Wisconsin Pennsylvania N 5 CONC ew 5 CONT > York 5 CONT > Willie E. W M 14 Son Single Attended School Wisconsin Ohio Wisconsin 5 CONT > Millie W. W F 12 Dau Single Wisconsin Ohio Wisconsin 5 CONT > 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Also, Since you have indicated you are a suscriber to Ancestry.Com th 5 CONC ere is 5 CONT > a 3 page write up on Eltweed Pomeroy in the "Great Migration Begins: 5 CONT > Immigreants to New England, 1620-33". It contains information and so 5 CONC urces. 5 CONT > 5 CONT > Allen 5 CONT > 5 CONT > 5 CONT > 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 MAR 1883 2 PLAC (Elba, Dodge County?) 1 BURI 2 PLAC Oakwood Cemetery, Dodge County, Wisconsin 1 FAMS @F198@ 1 FAMC @F99@ 0 @I576@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /STRICKLAND/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN STRICKLAND 1 SEX M 1 _UID F39AB2D4C008604DB278B4A27B98B926FA09 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 MAY 2001 1 FAMS @F207@ 0 @I577@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ann /BOGART/ 2 GIVN Mary Ann 2 SURN BOGART 1 SEX F 1 _UID A999C5AE2242FA4791231C906BD33CB1E517 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Says "Bogart" on Margaret's death record, and Family Group Sheets byPat 2 CONC ricia Burgoon Wiggins, and "Bogard" in Nathan's War of 1812 pension fil 2 CONC e. There are more "Bogarts" in the History of Wyandot County. 2 CONT 2 CONT http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jlfisher1&id 2 CONC =I073 2 CONT 2 CONT Bogard Cranston Mann 2 CONT 2 CONT 694 total entries, last updated Tue Mar 27 2 CONT 15:27:47 2001. All questions, comments or 2 CONT suggestions regarding information on this page 2 CONT should be addressed to: James L. Fisher 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT The key to your research 2 CONT Join Ancestry.com Today! 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ID: I073 2 CONT Name: Gasper BOGARD 1 2 CONT Sex: M 2 CONT Birth: 2 NOV 1800 in Jefferson Twp, Ross Co. OH 1 2 CONT Death: 13 DEC 1890 in Forest Home, Poweshiek Co. A 1 2 CONT Fact 1: 1826 Moved to Seneca County, Ohio 1 2 CONT Fact 2: 1853 Moved to Wyoming, Stark County, Illinois 1 2 CONT Fact 3: Family 7 boys, 3 girls, 3 boys in Civil War 1 2 CONT Fact 4: 1877 Moved to Forest Home, Poweshiek County, Iowa 1 2 CONT Census: 1880 Union Twp, Poweshiek Co. P627 1 2 CONT Note: 2 CONT 2 CONT [Fisher1.FTW] 2 CONT 2 CONT 5010. Gasper Bogard b. Nov. 2, 1800 Jefferson Twp., Ross County, Ohio ( 2 CONC r.160,163), d. 2 CONT Dec. 13, 1890 Poweshiek, Iowa (r.160,163), m. March 30, 1825 Jackson Co 2 CONC unty, 2 CONT Ohio (r.160) Rebecka Nicholas b. May 29, 1808 Greenbrier County, WV (r. 2 CONC 160), 2 CONT d. Jan. 31, 1879 Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa (r.160). 2 CONT 2 CONT Gasper living in 1850 Seneca County, Ohio; 1860 Stark County, ILL; late 2 CONC r in Poweshiek, Iowa. 2 CONT 2 CONT Children: 2 CONT 2 CONT 5900. Cornelius Bogard b. Dec. 18, 1827 Findley, Hancock County, Ohio ( 2 CONC r.160), d. 2 CONT April 2, 1917 Avoca, Cass County, Nebraska (r.160) 2 CONT 5901. Henry Clay Bogard b. Nov. 7, 1829 McCutchenville, Hancock County, O 2 CONC hio 2 CONT (r.160), d. Feb. 2, 1918 Plainville, Rooks County, Kansas (r.160). 2 CONT 5902. John Bogard b. Oct. 20, 1831 McCutchenville, Hancock County, Ohio ( 2 CONC r.160), d. 2 CONT Dec. 22, 1913 (r.160) 2 CONT 5903. Mary Jane Bogard b. Oct. 12, 1833 Seneca, Ohio (r.160), d. March 2 2 CONC 3, 1914 New 2 CONT Sharon, Mahaska, Iowa (r.160). 2 CONT 5904. Gasper Bogard b. July 28, 1836 (r.160). 2 CONT 5905. Eziekial Bogard b. Oct. 31, 1837 Tiffin, Seneca County, Ohio (r.1 2 CONC 60), d. June 3, 2 CONT 1921 Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa (r.160) 2 CONT 5906. Letita Bogard b. Feb. 11, 1839 Ohio (r.160). 2 CONT 5907. Joseph Bogard b. May 3, 1843 Seneca County, Ohio (r.160), d. Marc 2 CONC h 17, 1912 2 CONT Poweshiek, Iowa (r.160). 2 CONT 5908. Nancy A. Bogard b. July 1, 1844 McCutchenville, Wyandotte County, O 2 CONC hio 2 CONT (r.160), d. April 16, 1935 Osceola, Clark County, Iowa (r.160). 2 CONT 5909. Jacob S. Bogard b. Dec. 11, 1847 (r.160,252), d. Sept. 25, 1934 ( 2 CONC r.160,252). 2 CONT 5910. George N. Bogard b. 1830 (James L. Fisher jlfisher@pe.net) 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Marriage 1 Rebecca NICHOLAS b: 29 MAY 1808 in Greenbier Co. VA 2 CONT 2 CONT Married: 30 MAR 1825 in Jackson Co, OH 1 2 CONT 2 CONT Children 2 CONT 2 CONT 1. Cornelius BOGARD b: 18 DEC 1827 in Findlay, Hancock Co. OH 2 CONT 2. Henry Clay BOGARD b: 7 NOV 1829 in McCutchenville, Hancock Co. OH 2 CONT 3. George N. BOGARD b: ABT. 1830 2 CONT 4. John BOGARD b: 20 OCT 1831 in McCutchenville, Hancock Co. OH 2 CONT 5. Mary Jane BOGARD b: 12 OCT 1833 in Seneca Co. OH 2 CONT 6. Gasper BOGARD b: 28 JUL 1836 in Seneca Co. OH 2 CONT 7. Ezekiel BOGARD b: 31 OCT 1837 in Tiffin, Seneca Co. OH 2 CONT 8. Lutitia BOGARD b: 11 FEB 1839 in Ohio 2 CONT 9. Joseph BOGARD b: 3 MAY 1843 in Seneca Co. OH 2 CONT 10. Nancy A. BOGARD b: 1 JUL 1844 in McCutchenville, Wyandot Co. OH 2 CONT 11. Jacob S. BOGARD b: 11 DEC 1847 in Rose Co. OH 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Sources: 2 CONT 2 CONT 1.Title: Fisher1.FTW 2 CONT Repository: 2 CONT Call Number: 2 CONT Media: Other 2 CONT Text: Date of Import: Mar 27, 2001 1 SOUR @S899@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 APR 1802 2 PLAC Ross County, Ohio 2 NOTE 1802-1804; Margaret Hawkins' death record says Michigan; censuse 3 CONT Harrison in 1880 says mother b.PA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 AUG 1889 2 PLAC Olive, Elkhart Co., Indiana 2 SOUR @S274@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Wyandot County Tracers, 5 CONT "Martha J. d.18 July 1841; 61 yrs 7 mos 7 dys." 5 CONT 5 CONT Martha is daughter of Nathan and Mary Ann. 5 CONT 5 CONT Tombstone in Cemetery says Nathan died 1882. 5 CONT 5 CONT Actual newspaper items are from 1881. 5 CONT 5 CONT "Nathan Kimble d.30 April 1862 age 86 yrs 8 mos. War of 1812" 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 29 AUG 1889 2 _SDATE 30 AUG 1889 2 PLAC North Union Cemetery, Locke Twp., Elkhart County, Indiana 1 FAMS @F199@ 1 FAMC @F2901@ 0 @I578@ INDI 1 NAME John /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX M 1 _UID C63684B09B27BA4BB215C5C05E23309E92EA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 21 DEC 2009 1 NOTE 1870 Seneca County, Ohio 2 CONT 2 CONT Kimbal, John; 39 years old, Seneca Twp., Seneca county, Ohio. 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.heritagepursuit.com/SenChapIX.htm 2 CONT 2 CONT 358 - HISTORY OF SENECA COUNTY. 2 CONT 2 CONT Kimball, John, Co. C 164th, e. May 29, 1862; dis. Aug. 27, 1864. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Is he the John "Kinball" who married Isabell Motry on 4 Nov 1897, in Se 2 CONC neca County? 1 SOUR @S765@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: Re: Fw: Nathan Kimble 4 CONT 4 CONT Hi Just was at the library and decided to check all the Kimble's. I di 4 CONC dn't have time to go over everything but I did check obits and will/est 4 CONC ates. Did you get Nathan's will that is here? and his obit? There is q 4 CONC uite a few but this one is of interest. Seneca Advertiser Feb 6, 1913 5 4 CONC :5 Kimble John Kimble, a veteran in the Civil war and a former well k 4 CONC nown resident of Seneca county, died a the soldiers' home in Sandusky M 4 CONC onday morning. Mr Kimble's age was 84 years and 7 months. He was born n 4 CONC ear Adrian July 3, 1828. In 1863 he volunteered in the service of his c 4 CONC ountry in the Civil war and serviced until the close of the conflict. A 4 CONC fter the was he returned to Adrian where he resided until the death of h 4 CONC is wife in 1891. Since then he resided at the home in Sandusky. He was u 4 CONC nited in marriage with Mrs. Rebecca Barkman. No children were born to t 4 CONC his union. A stepson, David Barkman, of Tiffin, and stepdaughter, Mrs. M 4 CONC ary Stigerwalt, of Toledo: a brother, Harrison Kimble, of Michigan, and a s 4 CONC ister, Mrs. Hannah Simons, of Indiana, survive him. The body was brough 4 CONC t to Adrian Tuesday morning accompanied by his brother and nephew, Harr 4 CONC y Kimble, of Indiana, and was taken to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M 4 CONC ulholland where at 2:30 o'clock, funeral services were held, conducted b 4 CONC y Rev. Hyde, of McCutchenville; in- terment in the McCutchenville cemet 4 CONC ery. Did you have this? Also on pg 49 in Hardesty's Military History o 4 CONC f Seneca County, Ohio Kimball, John, enlisted at Adrian, Ohio, May 29, 1 4 CONC 862, Co. C, 164th O.N.G.; private; tendered commission of first lieuten 4 CONC ant, but declined; service, 100 days; discharged at Cleveland, August 2 4 CONC 7, 1864 Kimble, Harrison, Co, D, 144th O.V.L.,corporal, June 21,1880 o 4 CONC n pg 54 On pg 28 John Kimble-volunteered for the defense of the natio 4 CONC n, enrolling his name among those of the boys in blue who entered its s 4 CONC ervice. He was faithful and zealous soldier, serving through his term o 4 CONC f enlistment with credit, and receiving honorable discharge from the se 4 CONC rvice, The parents of the subject of this sketch are Nathan and Mary (B 4 CONC ogurt) Kimble, and he was born on the 3d day of July, 1828, in Wyandott 4 CONC e county, Ohio. At McCutchensville, Wyandotte county, Ohio, he was unit 4 CONC ed in the holy bands of matrimony with Rebecca, daughter of Solomon and R 4 CONC osanna Shrodes. She was born in Virginia, May 5, 1833. Mr Kimble is one o 4 CONC f the most energetic and successful farmers in Seneca township, and pos 4 CONC toffice address is Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio. There is also one on a G 4 CONC eorge W. hall who was born in New York State born in Onondaga county, J 4 CONC uly 2, 1828, to Stephen and Mary (Kimball) Hall. I copied out the will o 4 CONC f Nathan Kimble and his obit. His will read May 5, 1881 His wife Mary c 4 CONC ould not write. You may have this. Not want to repeat it. Did I tell y 4 CONC ou all I have on Nicholas Kimble? Linda -------Original Message--- 4 CONC ---- 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 JUL 1828 2 PLAC Wyandot County, Ohio 2 NOTE 1830 based on earlier census readings. 3 CONT 3 CONT b. between Feb 1828 (9 months after parents married), and 1831 3 CONT 3 CONT Obituary says 1828 3 CONT 3 CONT 1900 Census, Perkins, Erie County, Ohio says b. July 1828, 71 yrs old, W 3 CONC idowed. b. Ohio, par b. NY and Ohio. 3 CONT 3 CONT 1910 census, Perkins says 81 yrs old. 2 SOUR @S467@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT In case you two don't have this info, here is info on another one of Na 5 CONC than Kimble's sons, John Kimble. John of course was the executor on Nat 5 CONC han's Will. Let me know if this is new to you, because if not, I plan t 5 CONC o pursue it further, maybe look for his obit, etc. I also found out th 5 CONC at he married but I don't think he had children. 5 CONT Brian 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT -----Original Message----- 5 CONT From: jguiliano@compuserve.com [mailto:jguiliano@compuserve.com] 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 6:11 PM 5 CONT To: hamman 5 CONT Subject: Re: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT I've attached the information for John Kimble. He did indeed die in the S 5 CONC oldiers Home. The attachment is a Word document. If you can't open it, l 5 CONC et me know. If you'd like a hard copy of the one page record, just send m 5 CONC e your mailing address. There's no charge for the copy or mailing, just d 5 CONC o a favor for another researcher if you ever get the chance. 5 CONT 5 CONT Jan 5 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 5 CONT From: hamman 5 CONT To: JGuiliano@compuserve.com 5 CONT Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 12:32 PM 5 CONT Subject: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT 5 CONT Dear Jan, 5 CONT Could you do me a great favor and look in this index for my ancestor J 5 CONC ohn Kimble/Kimball? I found him there in the 1900 and 1910 Censuses an 5 CONC d he died between 1910 and 1920. Thanks a bunch in advance for your he 5 CONC lp. 5 CONT Best regards, 5 CONT Brian Hamman 2 SOUR @S502@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1830 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1830 2 PLAC Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S910@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1830 Census Index of Ohio, Crawford, Crawford County (indexed on Ancest 5 CONC ry.com as Nathen Kimble). 5 CONT Nathan Kimble 1 - - - - 1 - - 1 - - - - f 1 - - - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 John 5 CONT 1 m 30 < 40 Nathan 5 CONT 1 m 60 < 70 [Nathan or Mary Ann's father? John Kimble?? where is Mary A 5 CONC nn's father this year????] 5 CONT 1 f < 5 Martha 5 CONT 1 f 30 < 40 Mary Ann [Bogart] Kimble 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S909@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.41 Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 5 CONT Nathan Kimbal 1 2 1 - 1 - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 (Harrison abt 2) 5 CONT 2 m 5 < 10 Benjamin, abt 6-7, Ezekiel, abt 7-8) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 (John abt 11-12) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (male- unknown) 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 (Nathan, abt 46) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 (Mary, abt 4) 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 (Martha, abt 10-11) 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Mary Ann? should be 37-38) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Seneca, Seneca County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S845@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1860 Seneca, Seneca County, Ohio census 5 CONT p.26 of 47 ancestry.com census images online 5 CONT McCutchenville P.O. 5 CONT 5 CONT p.26 5 CONT 9 June 1860 5 CONT 181 178 John Kimbal 31 M Farmer 3,000 RE 500 PE b.O 5 CONT Rebecca A. Shrodes 36 b.Virginia 5 CONT Mary Barkman 9 b.O 5 CONT Sarah A. Barkman 7 b.O 5 CONT David Barkman 4 b.O 1 EVEN Co C. 164th Regiment, O.V.I. 2 TYPE Military 2 DATE 2 MAY 1864 2 PLAC Tiffin, Ohio 2 SOUR @S467@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT In case you two don't have this info, here is info on another one of Na 5 CONC than Kimble's sons, John Kimble. John of course was the executor on Nat 5 CONC han's Will. Let me know if this is new to you, because if not, I plan t 5 CONC o pursue it further, maybe look for his obit, etc. I also found out th 5 CONC at he married but I don't think he had children. 5 CONT Brian 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT -----Original Message----- 5 CONT From: jguiliano@compuserve.com [mailto:jguiliano@compuserve.com] 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 6:11 PM 5 CONT To: hamman 5 CONT Subject: Re: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT I've attached the information for John Kimble. He did indeed die in the S 5 CONC oldiers Home. The attachment is a Word document. If you can't open it, l 5 CONC et me know. If you'd like a hard copy of the one page record, just send m 5 CONC e your mailing address. There's no charge for the copy or mailing, just d 5 CONC o a favor for another researcher if you ever get the chance. 5 CONT 5 CONT Jan 5 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 5 CONT From: hamman 5 CONT To: JGuiliano@compuserve.com 5 CONT Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 12:32 PM 5 CONT Subject: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT 5 CONT Dear Jan, 5 CONT Could you do me a great favor and look in this index for my ancestor J 5 CONC ohn Kimble/Kimball? I found him there in the 1900 and 1910 Censuses an 5 CONC d he died between 1910 and 1920. Thanks a bunch in advance for your he 5 CONC lp. 5 CONT Best regards, 5 CONT Brian Hamman 2 SOUR @S502@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1870 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1870 2 PLAC Seneca Twp, Seneca County, Ohio 2 NOTE 39 yrs old. 2 SOUR @S846@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1870 Adrian P.O., Seneca Twp, Seneca County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.269 5 CONT 5 CONT ancestry.com images 19 of 36 5 CONT 5 CONT 168/154 John Kimole 39 M W Farmer 7,000 RE 600 PE b.O 5 CONT Rebecca 36 F W Keeping House b.Va 5 CONT Alma 17 F W b.O 5 CONT David 14 M W Farm Lab b.O. 1 RESI 2 DATE 20 APR 1874 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca co., Ohio 2 NOTE Societies.-Adrian Protection Horse Company was organized April 2 2 SOUR @S246@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Burwick (Berwick) Seneca County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S847@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Burwick (Berwick) Seneca County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.4 SD1 ED 209 5 CONT 3 June 1880 5 CONT 39/39 John Kimble 53 Farmer Ohio NY Va 5 CONT Rebecca 46 Wife Keeping House Ohio - - 5 CONT Dave Bartman 23 Step Son Farmer Ohio Ohio Ohio 5 CONT Henry Darlice 21 Laborer Ohio Germany Germany 5 CONT William Redman 7 border Ohio - - 1 RESI 2 DATE 1884 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1884 2 PLAC Berwick, Seneca Twp, Seneca County, Ohio 2 NOTE The business circle of Berwick, in 1884-85. 2 SOUR @S245@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S271@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 OCCU a grocer 2 DATE 1884/5 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1885 2 PLAC Berwick, Seneca Twp, Seneca County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S271@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S245@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1890 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1890 2 PLAC Galion, Crawford County, Ohio 2 NOTE ? from 1890 Veterans Schedules. 3 CONT 13 Main St. PO Galion. No info on Regimental unit and dates, etc. 1 RESI 2 DATE 19 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Sandusky, Ohio 2 NOTE his sister Margaret's obituary. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1900 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1900 2 PLAC Perkins, Erie County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S907@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1900 Perkins, Erie County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT 10 of 23 5 CONT 5 CONT 9 June 1900 5 CONT 5 B SD 12 ED 30 5 CONT 5 CONT Ohio State Soldiers and Sailors Home 5 CONT 5 CONT John Kimball W M July 1828 71 Wd Ohio New York Ohio 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Perkins, Erie County, Ohio 2 NOTE Soldiers and Sailors Home 2 SOUR @S834@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1910 Perkins, Erie County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT SD 12 ED 51 Sheet 12 B 5 CONT 3 May 1910 5 CONT p.24 of 31 on ancestry.com census images online 5 CONT 5 CONT John Kimble 81 Member b.Ohio father b.New York mother b.Virginia 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 FEB 1913 2 PLAC Perkins, Erie County, Ohio 2 NOTE Arteriosclerosis 3 CONT ??? pdf file for ordering death record in "Terry's Files" 3 CONT 3 CONT Sandusky Register, Feb 5, 1913; p.5 col 4; Soldiers Home News portion o 3 CONC f paper. 3 CONT John Kimble, 164th O.V.I. aged 83 years, died in ward "F" 2:45 a.m. Fe 3 CONC b 3. 2 SOUR @S368@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1 - 1 of 1 5 CONT Last Name 5 CONT First Name 5 CONT Middle 5 CONT Initial 5 CONT 5 CONT KIMBLE 5 CONT JOHN 5 CONT County Name: ERIE 5 CONT Date of Death: 2/3/1913 5 CONT Volume Number: 997 5 CONT Certificate Number: 8382 2 SOUR @S467@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT In case you two don't have this info, here is info on another one of Na 5 CONC than Kimble's sons, John Kimble. John of course was the executor on Nat 5 CONC han's Will. Let me know if this is new to you, because if not, I plan t 5 CONC o pursue it further, maybe look for his obit, etc. I also found out th 5 CONC at he married but I don't think he had children. 5 CONT Brian 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT -----Original Message----- 5 CONT From: jguiliano@compuserve.com [mailto:jguiliano@compuserve.com] 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 6:11 PM 5 CONT To: hamman 5 CONT Subject: Re: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT I've attached the information for John Kimble. He did indeed die in the S 5 CONC oldiers Home. The attachment is a Word document. If you can't open it, l 5 CONC et me know. If you'd like a hard copy of the one page record, just send m 5 CONC e your mailing address. There's no charge for the copy or mailing, just d 5 CONC o a favor for another researcher if you ever get the chance. 5 CONT 5 CONT Jan 5 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 5 CONT From: hamman 5 CONT To: JGuiliano@compuserve.com 5 CONT Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 12:32 PM 5 CONT Subject: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT 5 CONT Dear Jan, 5 CONT Could you do me a great favor and look in this index for my ancestor J 5 CONC ohn Kimble/Kimball? I found him there in the 1900 and 1910 Censuses an 5 CONC d he died between 1910 and 1920. Thanks a bunch in advance for your he 5 CONC lp. 5 CONT Best regards, 5 CONT Brian Hamman 2 SOUR @S502@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 DATE 4 FEB 1913 2 PLAC McCutcheon, OH 2 SOUR @S467@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT In case you two don't have this info, here is info on another one of Na 5 CONC than Kimble's sons, John Kimble. John of course was the executor on Nat 5 CONC han's Will. Let me know if this is new to you, because if not, I plan t 5 CONC o pursue it further, maybe look for his obit, etc. I also found out th 5 CONC at he married but I don't think he had children. 5 CONT Brian 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT -----Original Message----- 5 CONT From: jguiliano@compuserve.com [mailto:jguiliano@compuserve.com] 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 6:11 PM 5 CONT To: hamman 5 CONT Subject: Re: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT I've attached the information for John Kimble. He did indeed die in the S 5 CONC oldiers Home. The attachment is a Word document. If you can't open it, l 5 CONC et me know. If you'd like a hard copy of the one page record, just send m 5 CONC e your mailing address. There's no charge for the copy or mailing, just d 5 CONC o a favor for another researcher if you ever get the chance. 5 CONT 5 CONT Jan 5 CONT ----- Original Message ----- 5 CONT From: hamman 5 CONT To: JGuiliano@compuserve.com 5 CONT Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 12:32 PM 5 CONT Subject: Erie County Soldier's and Sailor's Home Index 5 CONT 5 CONT Dear Jan, 5 CONT Could you do me a great favor and look in this index for my ancestor J 5 CONC ohn Kimble/Kimball? I found him there in the 1900 and 1910 Censuses an 5 CONC d he died between 1910 and 1920. Thanks a bunch in advance for your he 5 CONC lp. 5 CONT Best regards, 5 CONT Brian Hamman 2 SOUR @S502@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F2900@ 1 FAMS @F3220@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I579@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin Franklin /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Benjamin Franklin 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX M 1 _UID FA4B39F47A023648B610B26181081E4A36CC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Van Buren County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Van Buren County Clerk 2 CONT Courthouse 2 CONT Paw Paw, MI 49079-1496 2 CONT (616) 657-5581 2 CONT Van Buren Regional Genealogical Society 2 CONT c/o Webster Memorial Library 200 North Phelps Street 2 CONT Decatur, MI 49045 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Van Buren County USGenWeb 1 SOUR @S787@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: New Clue? 4 CONT I just found something interesting... 4 CONT Searching for Nicholas Kimble's whereabouts in 1850, I was searching fo 4 CONC r all Kimble/Kemble/Kimball spellings who were b.Ohio- I found a Benjam 4 CONC in F. Kemble, age 19, living with a couple in Indiana- the mother being b 4 CONC orn in New Jersey around 1791. Benjamin, the son of Nathan would be abo 4 CONC ut 17 in 1850, but we know that ages in the census can be a little off. B 4 CONC enjamin, son of Nathan, married in Hancock County, Ohio in 1865. We do h 4 CONC ave him in the census in 1850 with Nathan in Crawford, Wyandot County, b 4 CONC ut I also know that sometimes a person can be in two separate census lo 4 CONC cations in the same year- especially in a case where they are a laborer o 4 CONC n a farm- or suddenly travel from one place to another in the middle of t 4 CONC he census being taken. I am a little hesitant to say this is a for sure t 4 CONC hing- especially when the father of the household is born in PA, and so i 4 CONC t is very likely that the mother moved first from New Jersey to PA wher 4 CONC e she met her hubby and then they moved to Ohio, thus making her more t 4 CONC han likely a member of the Kimbles of PA (who came from NJ). 4 CONT So- this is just another possible clue to stick out there... 4 CONT 1850 Guilford Twp, Hendricks County, Indiana census 4 CONT Benjamin Woodrow 60 1,200 RE b.Pennsylvania 4 CONT Sarah 59 b.New Jersey 4 CONT William 14 b.Indiana 4 CONT Benjamin F. Kemble 19 b.Ohio 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 DEC 1833 2 PLAC Ohio 2 NOTE 16 years old on census, 1850 3 CONT 3 CONT Date of birth as calculated from the death record is 8 December 1833 (7 3 CONC 3 years, 3 months and 19 days on 27 March 1907). There is a correction t 3 CONC o the death record stating the date of death as 23 March 1907. I have n 3 CONC ot adjusted the birth date according to the changed death date, as the a 3 CONC ge at death was likely calculated based upon the incorrect date of deat 3 CONC h. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S909@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.41 Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 5 CONT Nathan Kimbal 1 2 1 - 1 - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 (Harrison abt 2) 5 CONT 2 m 5 < 10 Benjamin, abt 6-7, Ezekiel, abt 7-8) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 (John abt 11-12) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (male- unknown) 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 (Nathan, abt 46) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 (Mary, abt 4) 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 (Martha, abt 10-11) 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Mary Ann? should be 37-38) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE p467 3 CONT 183/183 Benjamin Kimble 26 Sawyer 2,000 RE 1,100 PE b.O 3 CONT Martha Babbit 40 b.NY 1 RESI on the date of enlistment in the Civil War, 2 DATE 20 AUG 1861 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca co., Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 26 FEB 1866 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca co., Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 21 JUN 1869 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca co., Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 10 OCT 1873 2 PLAC Pleasant Twp, Hancock County, [P.O. Hoit's Corners, Wood County] Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 3 MAR 1886 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren Co., Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE 7 MAR 1888 2 PLAC Decatur Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 1 CENS 2 DATE 1890 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1890 2 PLAC Decatur, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE 1890 veterans census 3 CONT House 46, Dwelling 47, Benjamin Kimball, Serg, Co. D, Reg 49, MI Inf. 3 CONT enlist 1861 disch 1865- 4 yrs. shot through right lung. 1 RESI 2 DATE 19 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Grand Junction, Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE 15 DEC 1898 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren Co., Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE 16 APR 1902 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren Co., Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE 23 MAR 1907 2 PLAC Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan, at the corner of George and Mason 1 DEAT 2 CAUS Pneumonia 2 DATE 27 MAR 1907 2 PLAC Village of Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan 2 NOTE Pneumonia. Death record says d. 27 March 1907, not 23. There is a subse 3 CONC quent affidavit given to state that the correct date is the 23rd and th 3 CONC at the 27th is an error, as it appears on the death record. Whether the a 3 CONC ge given as 73 years, 3 months, 19 days is consequently in error as wel 3 CONC l is hard to determine, but is probably based on the date of the 27th r 3 CONC ather than the 23rd, which is the assumption I am making when calculati 3 CONC ng the date of birth. Death record gives parents as Nathan Kimble, "res 3 CONC idence" [place of birth] Vermont, and _____ Bogert, residence [place of b 3 CONC irth] _________". 1 BURI 2 PLAC Lakeside Cemetery, Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan 1 FAMS @F2755@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I580@ INDI 1 NAME Mary A. /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Mary A. 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX F 1 _UID ED8FEEA454CF6D48B8DE64F68E8D8D8B09A4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Gage County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Gage County Clerk 2 CONT 6th and Grant Streets 2 CONT Beatrice, NE 68310 2 CONT (402) 228-3355 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Gage County USGenWeb 1 SOUR @S1113@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Dr. Ezra Wonder - Pages 153, 154, 155 & 156 cut out and sent to daughte 4 CONC r Edith M. Millar ... Portland, Oregon 5/30/42. 4 CONT Copy following provided by Bill Wever - from book shelved at NE State H 4 CONC istorical Society, Lincoln, NE. 4 CONT 4 CONT 154 GAGE COUNTY 4 CONT 4 CONT R. EZRA WONDER, practicing physician, and prominent among the business m 4 CONC en of Blue Springs, has followed the practice of medicine for a period o 4 CONC f fourteen years in this place, and is in the enjoyment of a good patro 4 CONC nage. He is also conducting a drug-store, and is joint owner of the Ope 4 CONC ra House Block. Dr. Wonder came to this county in the summer of 1874, a 4 CONC rriving at Blue Springs on the 16th of August, when there were not more t 4 CONC han 150 inhabitants in the place. Most of these have now disappeared, h 4 CONC aving been removed by death or other circumstances. He was called upon t 4 CONC hat very day to attend a patient, although there were four other physic 4 CONC ians. These soon left the town, and Dr. Wonder was thus in possession o 4 CONC f the entire field. He has made good use of his time and opportunities, a 4 CONC nd is one of the most popular members of his profession in Southern Neb 4 CONC raska. 4 CONT Seneca County, Ohio, was the birthplace of our subject, and where he f 4 CONC irst opened his eyes to the light Sept. 17, 1833. He completed his educ 4 CONC ation in the High School of that place, began the study of medicine, an 4 CONC d subsequently entered the office of Dr. J. Myers, in Carey, Ohio, unde 4 CONC r whose instruction he remained for a period of four years. He then ent 4 CONC ered upon a course of lectures in the Cincinnati Medical College, and b 4 CONC egan the practice of his profession at New Riegel, in Seneca County. Th 4 CONC ere he remained two years, then returning to Carey, became the partner o 4 CONC f his former tutor, Dr. Myers, with whom he remained until the spring o 4 CONC f 1861. 4 CONT Our subject now changed his residence from the Buckeye State to Wakarus 4 CONC a, Ind., where he sojourned for a period of four years. Thence he retur 4 CONC ned to Carey, Ohio, where he established a drug-store and followed his p 4 CONC rofession successfully until 1874. His next removal was to this State, w 4 CONC here he enjoys a fine reputation and the confidence of a large patronag 4 CONC e in a marked degree. Dr. Wonder was married in Carey, Ohio, Oct. 1, 18 4 CONC 57, to Miss Mary A. Kimball, and they are now the parents of six childr 4 CONC en, the youngest of whom, Eddie, died at the age of three years and nin 4 CONC e months. The survivors have reached mature years, arid are named respe 4 CONC ctively Ruah Alma, Nathan D., Elmer E., Addie May and Edith M. Mrs. Won 4 CONC der is the daughter of Capt. Nathan Kimball, a farmer by occupation, an 4 CONC d a resident of Carey, Ohio. She was born there Feb. 22, 1836, and cont 4 CONC inued under time parental roof until her marriage. Capt. Kimball was a n 4 CONC ative of Maine, and earned his military title in the War of 1812. After t 4 CONC he conflict had ended he settled in the Buckeye State, of which he rema 4 CONC ined a resident until his death. The mother, Mrs. Mary Ann. Kimball, re 4 CONC sides in Wakarusa, Ind., in her eighty-fourth year. 4 CONT Daniel Wonder, the father of our subject, was born in Mifflin County, P 4 CONC a., April 12, 1791, and upon reaching manhood was there married to Miss 4 CONT 4 CONT GAGE COUNTY 155 4 CONT 4 CONT Catherine Harpster. They became the parents of nine children, and i 4 CONC n middle life left the Keystone state with their little family and sett 4 CONC led among the pioneers of Stark County, Ohio. The father cleared a trac 4 CONC t of land, making considerable improvements, but seven years later went i 4 CONC nto Seneca County, and entered a quarter-section from the Government. F 4 CONC rom this he built up one of the finest farms in that region, erected a l 4 CONC arge barn and a commodious brick house, the latter the first of its kin 4 CONC d in that region, and the brick of which he manufactured himself. This s 4 CONC tructure is still standing and is often pointed out to the passing trav 4 CONC eler as one of the landmarks of the early days. Daniel Wonder became pr 4 CONC ominent in the affairs of Seneca County, holding township offices, and b 4 CONC eing generally interested in the enterprises calculated for the advance 4 CONC ment of the people. He was identified with the Evangelical Association, a 4 CONC nd died on the 20th of February, 1887, after reaching the advanced age o 4 CONC f ninety-five years, tell months and eight days. The mother died in 186 4 CONC 3. Mathias Wonder, the great-grandfather of our subject, belonged to th 4 CONC e German nobility, and was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemberg. He came o 4 CONC f a very wealthy family, and emigrated to America when his son Andrew w 4 CONC as a little lad seven years of age. They made the ocean voyage in a sai 4 CONC ling-vessel, and were nine months crossing the Atlantic. They landed at P 4 CONC hiladelphia, and settled in York County, Pa., where the great-grandfath 4 CONC er died in middle life when only forty years old. His son Andrew was th 4 CONC e eldest of the family, and married Miss Catherine Swartz, of Little Yo 4 CONC rk, Pa. To them were born twelve children. They lived within five miles o 4 CONC f Little York seven years, then removed north fifty miles to Chimoke. L 4 CONC ater they went into Mifflin County, and afterward lived in different po 4 CONC rtions of the Keystone State, where Grandfather Wonder followed his tra 4 CONC de of wheelwright. He finally settled in Wayne County, Ohio, and with h 4 CONC is wife lived to a great age, his death occurring when he was eighty-fo 4 CONC ur years and six months old. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionar 4 CONC y War, receiving an honorable wound, and thereafter drew a pension. A 4 CONC mong the children of Andrew and Catherine Wonder was Daniel. who became t 4 CONC he father of our subject. He was born five miles from Little York, Pa., A 4 CONC pril 12, 1792 and was a babe of five months when his parents settled in C 4 CONC himoke. When they left there he was a lad of nine years. The country at t 4 CONC hat time was wild and uncultivated, and infested with bears, wolves, pa 4 CONC nthers, catamounts, etc., of which the father trapped and shot many. Th 4 CONC e school privileges of those days were exceedingly limited. After going t 4 CONC o Mifflin County young Daniel was converted to religion through the pre 4 CONC aching of Revs. Allbright and Miller. Six years later he removed with h 4 CONC is parents across the mountains to Lost Creek Valley, where he lived un 4 CONC til reaching his majority. Then obtaining permission from his father to t 4 CONC ake his ax and mattock, he left home and commenced in earnest the strug 4 CONC gle of life on his own account. A year later, visiting his parents, he f 4 CONC ound them greatly in need of money, and gave them $4 in consideration o 4 CONC f the tools which he had taken. He thus commenced in life with absolute 4 CONC ly nothing. Returning to Jackson Valley he commenced making shingles at t 4 CONC he rate of fifty cents pet day in the summer season, and thirty-five ce 4 CONC nts in the winter. Notwithstanding these small wages he managed to lay b 4 CONC y a snug sum of money for those times, and shortly afterward began the e 4 CONC stablishment of a home of his own by his marriage, April 12, 1814 with M 4 CONC iss Catharine Harpster. The young people commenced life together in a m 4 CONC anner suitable to their means and position, and lived in the valley six y 4 CONC ears. To them were born to them three sons, John, Matthias and George, b 4 CONC ut notwithstanding the increase in the family, wages remained the same. D 4 CONC aniel Wonder, about 1820, removed to Ohio, and there were afterward add 4 CONC ed six children to the family circle. His industry and perseverance in d 4 CONC ue time met with their reward, and he was enabled to do as he had alway 4 CONC s desired, viz: devote the balance of his life to the spreading of the G 4 CONC ospel. He had at an early age identified himself with the Evangelical A 4 CONC ssociation, and remained connected with this until his death, which too 4 CONC k place in 1887. Dr. Ezra Wonder, in 1880, put up his business block, w 4 CONC hich is two stories in height, and occupies 4 CONT 4 CONT 156 GAGE COUNTY 4 CONT 4 CONT an area 23x90 feet. In 1882 he erected another store building by its si 4 CONC de and of corresponding size. The upper half of the latter building com 4 CONC prises the Opera House. In 1881 he built a fine residence located in th 4 CONC e northeastern part of the town, which with its grounds is an ornament t 4 CONC o the city. He is recognized as one of the most liberal and public-spi 4 CONC rited men in the place. Politically, Dr. Wonder is a stalwart Republica 4 CONC n. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1836 2 PLAC Carey, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE 15 years old on 1850 census. 2 SOUR @S1113@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Dr. Ezra Wonder - Pages 153, 154, 155 & 156 cut out and sent to daughte 5 CONC r Edith M. Millar ... Portland, Oregon 5/30/42. 5 CONT Copy following provided by Bill Wever - from book shelved at NE State H 5 CONC istorical Society, Lincoln, NE. 5 CONT 5 CONT 154 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT R. EZRA WONDER, practicing physician, and prominent among the business m 5 CONC en of Blue Springs, has followed the practice of medicine for a period o 5 CONC f fourteen years in this place, and is in the enjoyment of a good patro 5 CONC nage. He is also conducting a drug-store, and is joint owner of the Ope 5 CONC ra House Block. Dr. Wonder came to this county in the summer of 1874, a 5 CONC rriving at Blue Springs on the 16th of August, when there were not more t 5 CONC han 150 inhabitants in the place. Most of these have now disappeared, h 5 CONC aving been removed by death or other circumstances. He was called upon t 5 CONC hat very day to attend a patient, although there were four other physic 5 CONC ians. These soon left the town, and Dr. Wonder was thus in possession o 5 CONC f the entire field. He has made good use of his time and opportunities, a 5 CONC nd is one of the most popular members of his profession in Southern Neb 5 CONC raska. 5 CONT Seneca County, Ohio, was the birthplace of our subject, and where he f 5 CONC irst opened his eyes to the light Sept. 17, 1833. He completed his educ 5 CONC ation in the High School of that place, began the study of medicine, an 5 CONC d subsequently entered the office of Dr. J. Myers, in Carey, Ohio, unde 5 CONC r whose instruction he remained for a period of four years. He then ent 5 CONC ered upon a course of lectures in the Cincinnati Medical College, and b 5 CONC egan the practice of his profession at New Riegel, in Seneca County. Th 5 CONC ere he remained two years, then returning to Carey, became the partner o 5 CONC f his former tutor, Dr. Myers, with whom he remained until the spring o 5 CONC f 1861. 5 CONT Our subject now changed his residence from the Buckeye State to Wakarus 5 CONC a, Ind., where he sojourned for a period of four years. Thence he retur 5 CONC ned to Carey, Ohio, where he established a drug-store and followed his p 5 CONC rofession successfully until 1874. His next removal was to this State, w 5 CONC here he enjoys a fine reputation and the confidence of a large patronag 5 CONC e in a marked degree. Dr. Wonder was married in Carey, Ohio, Oct. 1, 18 5 CONC 57, to Miss Mary A. Kimball, and they are now the parents of six childr 5 CONC en, the youngest of whom, Eddie, died at the age of three years and nin 5 CONC e months. The survivors have reached mature years, arid are named respe 5 CONC ctively Ruah Alma, Nathan D., Elmer E., Addie May and Edith M. Mrs. Won 5 CONC der is the daughter of Capt. Nathan Kimball, a farmer by occupation, an 5 CONC d a resident of Carey, Ohio. She was born there Feb. 22, 1836, and cont 5 CONC inued under time parental roof until her marriage. Capt. Kimball was a n 5 CONC ative of Maine, and earned his military title in the War of 1812. After t 5 CONC he conflict had ended he settled in the Buckeye State, of which he rema 5 CONC ined a resident until his death. The mother, Mrs. Mary Ann. Kimball, re 5 CONC sides in Wakarusa, Ind., in her eighty-fourth year. 5 CONT Daniel Wonder, the father of our subject, was born in Mifflin County, P 5 CONC a., April 12, 1791, and upon reaching manhood was there married to Miss 5 CONT 5 CONT GAGE COUNTY 155 5 CONT 5 CONT Catherine Harpster. They became the parents of nine children, and i 5 CONC n middle life left the Keystone state with their little family and sett 5 CONC led among the pioneers of Stark County, Ohio. The father cleared a trac 5 CONC t of land, making considerable improvements, but seven years later went i 5 CONC nto Seneca County, and entered a quarter-section from the Government. F 5 CONC rom this he built up one of the finest farms in that region, erected a l 5 CONC arge barn and a commodious brick house, the latter the first of its kin 5 CONC d in that region, and the brick of which he manufactured himself. This s 5 CONC tructure is still standing and is often pointed out to the passing trav 5 CONC eler as one of the landmarks of the early days. Daniel Wonder became pr 5 CONC ominent in the affairs of Seneca County, holding township offices, and b 5 CONC eing generally interested in the enterprises calculated for the advance 5 CONC ment of the people. He was identified with the Evangelical Association, a 5 CONC nd died on the 20th of February, 1887, after reaching the advanced age o 5 CONC f ninety-five years, tell months and eight days. The mother died in 186 5 CONC 3. Mathias Wonder, the great-grandfather of our subject, belonged to th 5 CONC e German nobility, and was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemberg. He came o 5 CONC f a very wealthy family, and emigrated to America when his son Andrew w 5 CONC as a little lad seven years of age. They made the ocean voyage in a sai 5 CONC ling-vessel, and were nine months crossing the Atlantic. They landed at P 5 CONC hiladelphia, and settled in York County, Pa., where the great-grandfath 5 CONC er died in middle life when only forty years old. His son Andrew was th 5 CONC e eldest of the family, and married Miss Catherine Swartz, of Little Yo 5 CONC rk, Pa. To them were born twelve children. They lived within five miles o 5 CONC f Little York seven years, then removed north fifty miles to Chimoke. L 5 CONC ater they went into Mifflin County, and afterward lived in different po 5 CONC rtions of the Keystone State, where Grandfather Wonder followed his tra 5 CONC de of wheelwright. He finally settled in Wayne County, Ohio, and with h 5 CONC is wife lived to a great age, his death occurring when he was eighty-fo 5 CONC ur years and six months old. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionar 5 CONC y War, receiving an honorable wound, and thereafter drew a pension. A 5 CONC mong the children of Andrew and Catherine Wonder was Daniel. who became t 5 CONC he father of our subject. He was born five miles from Little York, Pa., A 5 CONC pril 12, 1792 and was a babe of five months when his parents settled in C 5 CONC himoke. When they left there he was a lad of nine years. The country at t 5 CONC hat time was wild and uncultivated, and infested with bears, wolves, pa 5 CONC nthers, catamounts, etc., of which the father trapped and shot many. Th 5 CONC e school privileges of those days were exceedingly limited. After going t 5 CONC o Mifflin County young Daniel was converted to religion through the pre 5 CONC aching of Revs. Allbright and Miller. Six years later he removed with h 5 CONC is parents across the mountains to Lost Creek Valley, where he lived un 5 CONC til reaching his majority. Then obtaining permission from his father to t 5 CONC ake his ax and mattock, he left home and commenced in earnest the strug 5 CONC gle of life on his own account. A year later, visiting his parents, he f 5 CONC ound them greatly in need of money, and gave them $4 in consideration o 5 CONC f the tools which he had taken. He thus commenced in life with absolute 5 CONC ly nothing. Returning to Jackson Valley he commenced making shingles at t 5 CONC he rate of fifty cents pet day in the summer season, and thirty-five ce 5 CONC nts in the winter. Notwithstanding these small wages he managed to lay b 5 CONC y a snug sum of money for those times, and shortly afterward began the e 5 CONC stablishment of a home of his own by his marriage, April 12, 1814 with M 5 CONC iss Catharine Harpster. The young people commenced life together in a m 5 CONC anner suitable to their means and position, and lived in the valley six y 5 CONC ears. To them were born to them three sons, John, Matthias and George, b 5 CONC ut notwithstanding the increase in the family, wages remained the same. D 5 CONC aniel Wonder, about 1820, removed to Ohio, and there were afterward add 5 CONC ed six children to the family circle. His industry and perseverance in d 5 CONC ue time met with their reward, and he was enabled to do as he had alway 5 CONC s desired, viz: devote the balance of his life to the spreading of the G 5 CONC ospel. He had at an early age identified himself with the Evangelical A 5 CONC ssociation, and remained connected with this until his death, which too 5 CONC k place in 1887. Dr. Ezra Wonder, in 1880, put up his business block, w 5 CONC hich is two stories in height, and occupies 5 CONT 5 CONT 156 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT an area 23x90 feet. In 1882 he erected another store building by its si 5 CONC de and of corresponding size. The upper half of the latter building com 5 CONC prises the Opera House. In 1881 he built a fine residence located in th 5 CONC e northeastern part of the town, which with its grounds is an ornament t 5 CONC o the city. He is recognized as one of the most liberal and public-spi 5 CONC rited men in the place. Politically, Dr. Wonder is a stalwart Republica 5 CONC n. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S909@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.41 Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 5 CONT Nathan Kimbal 1 2 1 - 1 - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 (Harrison abt 2) 5 CONT 2 m 5 < 10 Benjamin, abt 6-7, Ezekiel, abt 7-8) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 (John abt 11-12) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (male- unknown) 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 (Nathan, abt 46) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 (Mary, abt 4) 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 (Martha, abt 10-11) 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Mary Ann? should be 37-38) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 1 RESI 2 DATE 19 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Blue Springs, Nebraska 1 DEAT 2 DATE AFT AUG 1898 2 _SDATE 1 SEP 1898 1 FAMS @F204@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I581@ INDI 1 NAME Ezekiel /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Ezekiel 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX M 1 _UID 630A6657C1F6E04FA076061BE502516DEC78 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2008 1 NOTE RCBarker ; cbarker@cafes.net ; lindawildman@friendlynet.com ; Lori Simonian ; Diana Turner ; Deb Goll 2 CONC ey ; Betty Cohen ; Allen Kenyon ; 2 CONC Susan Daniel ; Rick Brown ; Valerie Burnham ; Lorraine Deneen ; Dale Wil 2 CONC son ; LaVonne Barnum ; Marilyn Nichols ; B 2 CONC rian Hamman ; Nancy Dunbar 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S769@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Hello everyone, 4 CONT My link to the Kimbles goes through my father's side of the family. My f 4 CONC ather, Harold Lober, was born 4 CONT 4-17-1894 in Goblesville, Michigan (now known as Gobles, Michigan) whic 4 CONC h is in Van Buren County, Michigan. My grandmother, Minerva (aka Minnie 4 CONC ) Kimble, was born in Decatur Township, Van Buren County, Michigan on 1 4 CONC 1-2-1874. My great grandfather, Ezekiel Kimble, was born in Ohio in app 4 CONC roximately 1832. 4 CONT LaVonne 1 SOUR @S779@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: Re: introductions in order 4 CONT Hello Cousins! 4 CONT My line of Kimble's is as follows: Nathan Kimble + Mary Ann Bogart 4 CONT Ezekiel Kimble + Hetty Ann High 4 CONT Minerva B. Kimble + Winfield Scott Lober 4 CONT Hazel Mae Lober + Charles M. Peters 4 CONT Lorraine Peters + Michael T. Deneen 4 CONT My Mother was Hazel Mae Lober Peters. 4 CONT Thanks for all your information on the Kimble line! I really appreciate t 4 CONC he privilege of having some great cousins! 4 CONT Lorraine Deneen 4 CONT Mlden@aol.com 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Mlden@aol.com 4 CONT 1 SOUR @S780@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT > Hello Cousins! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > My line of Kimble's is as follows: 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Nathan Kimble + Mary Ann Bogart 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Ezekiel Kimble + Hetty Ann High 4 CONT > Minerva B. Kimble + Winfield Scott Lober 4 CONT > Hazel Mae Lober + Charles M. Peters 4 CONT > Dale Ann Peters + Wilson C Patterson 1959 (divorced 1971) 4 CONT > Edward T Wilson 1973-Present 4 CONT > 4 CONT > My Mother was Hazel Mae Lober Peters. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Thanks for all your information on the Kimble line! I really apprecia 4 CONC te to privilege of having some great cousins! 4 CONT > I have taken my sister's line and I could not have said it better. I a 4 CONC m enjoying hearing from each and every one of you. 4 CONT > Ed and I live in Phoenix in the winter and travel during the summer.. 4 CONC currently we are in Ellensburg, WA. We are staying with our youngest of 4 c 4 CONC hildren. Sue,Greg and 2 girls. We have visited with oldest daughter, Ka 4 CONC y, Steve and their 2 grown..Roberta and Robert. They live in the Seattl 4 CONC e area. We are from this area. 4 CONT > We have 2 boys, Fellas actually...both married.Son, Jon is in Park Fa 4 CONC lls, WI with wife Mary, they have three children, 2 in college and one i 4 CONC s a Senior this year. Son, Blaine is married and in San Antonio, TX are 4 CONC a...(Blaine is actually Ed's son, but since we raised him, we consider h 4 CONC im ours)..Blaine is married, wife Robin, and the two grandchildren came w 4 CONC ith shoes on. 4 CONT > I worked for Continental Airlines for 13 years, and Ed worked for the P 4 CONC ort of Seattle Airport Fire Department for 24 years. Due to health reas 4 CONC ons he retired in 1988. We have been motorhomeing since 1989...Love the o 4 CONC pen Road!! Haven't been back to the Eastern area in four years, I would s 4 CONC ay that we are due to head to see some of you!! Sammi will graduate in P 4 CONC ark Falls, WI next year..So Maybe???? 4 CONT > Thanks for listening....and I hope that we will be able to meet some d 4 CONC ay. 4 CONT > Terry...you are such a great organizer?????? Something to think about 4 CONC , for you in the Midwest. You could come down to Phoenix in the winter? a 4 CONC nd we could dream up something. Just a thought. 4 CONT > Thanks for all the letters, and I am hoping when we get back to Phoen 4 CONC ix I will be able to do some more on my tree. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Thanks, Dale 1 SOUR @S942@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT My Great Aunt Carrie Kimble told me that Chief Red Cloud was my g-g gra 4 CONC ndfather. I have not been able to find the connection for my family tre 4 CONC e. I would appreciate any information giving me the family tree of Chie 4 CONC f Red Cloud: birth May 1821 Nebraska and died 1909 in Pine Ridge, South D 4 CONC akota. Thank you. 1 SOUR @S1148@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT http://www.dragonbbs.com/members/ww8566/civilwarunits.html 4 CONT 4 CONT 164th OVI, Co. D, F, and H Kingofogden@aol.com (Michael Elliott) 4 CONT 164th OH Vol. Infantry, Co. K mlevins@bgnet.bgsu.edu 4 CONT 164th OH National Guard Inf. 1864 rohrerm@wpgate.hqpacaf.af.mil 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 JAN 1832 2 PLAC Carey, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE 18 years old on 1850 census, Laborer 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S909@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.41 Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 5 CONT Nathan Kimbal 1 2 1 - 1 - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 (Harrison abt 2) 5 CONT 2 m 5 < 10 Benjamin, abt 6-7, Ezekiel, abt 7-8) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 (John abt 11-12) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (male- unknown) 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 (Nathan, abt 46) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 (Mary, abt 4) 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 (Martha, abt 10-11) 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Mary Ann? should be 37-38) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Tymochtee, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE p.366 2 SOUR @S902@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1860 Tymochtee, Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.31 [366 typed} 5 CONT McCutcheonville P.O., Tymochtee Twp, Wyandot County, Ohio 5 CONT 13 June 1860 5 CONT 218/218 5 CONT Ezekl Kimbler 27 M Miller Ohio 5 CONT Catherine 24 F H Work Ohio 5 CONT Mary M 4 F Ohio 5 CONT Margaret 2 F Ohio 5 CONT Minerva 2/12 F Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE BEF 1872 2 _SDATE 31 DEC 1871 2 PLAC Decatur Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 1 RESI 2 DATE AFT 1872 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1873 2 PLAC Chicago, Cook County, Illinois 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Decatur Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 SOUR @S900@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan census 5 CONT 5 CONT 4 of 46 5 CONT p.4 SD 1 ED 271 5 CONT 3 June 1880 5 CONT 37/38 5 CONT Ezekiel Kimble W M 52 Farmer O NY NY 5 CONT Hettie W F 46 Wife Housekeeper O Penn Penn 5 CONT Willie W M 18 Son O O O 5 CONT Ora W F 15 Daughter Mich O O 5 CONT Minnie W F 5 Daughter Mich O O 5 CONT Osten W M 2 Son Mich O O 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 14 AUG 1898 2 _SDATE 13 AUG 1898 2 NOTE died after 29 April 1881 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 OCT 1909 2 PLAC Wakarusa, Elkhart County, Indiana 2 NOTE Most likely a wrong date, as I have that he died before 14 Aug 1898 2 SOUR @S1402@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Individual Record FamilySearch™ Pedigree Resource File 5 CONT 5 CONT Search Results <../customsearchresults.asp?fn2=Ezekiel&ln2=Kimble&ff 5 CONC n2=&fln2=&mfn2=&mln2=&sfn2=&sln2=&ei2=0&td2=&fd2=&j12=&j22=&j32=&j42=&s 5 CONC dz2=&dr2=&dri2=&bn2=&sr2=&flmn2=&flen2=&sbn2=&Scn2=&r2=%2D1&rf2=&j1f2=A 5 CONC ll Countries&j2f2=&j3f2=&j4f2=&LDS2=2&r_g2=&p_s_n2=&c_hfn2=&c_hln2=&c_s 5 CONC 2=&c_c2=&c_t2=&c_r2=&c_rf2=&c_locf2=&c_nm2=&c_cd2=&LDS=2> 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT EZEKIAL KIMBLE Compact Disc #133 Pin #900364 Pedigree 5 CONT Sex: M 5 CONT 5 CONT Event(s) 5 CONT Birth: 30 Jan 1832 5 CONT 5 CONT CAREY, WYANDOT, OHIO 5 CONT Death: 26 Oct 1909 5 CONT 5 CONT WAKARUSA, ELKHART, INDIANA 5 CONT 5 CONT Parents 5 CONT Father: NATHAN KIMBLE D 5 CONC isc #133 Pin #900358 5 CONT Mother: MARY ANN BOGARD Disc #133 Pin #900359 5 CONT 5 CONT Marriage(s) 5 CONT Spouse: HETTY ANN HIGH Disc #133 Pin #916866 5 CONT Marriage: 3 Apr 1856 5 CONT , WYANDOT, OHIO 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Notes and Sources 5 CONT Notes: Available on CD-ROM Disc# 133 5 CONT Sources: None 5 CONT 5 CONT Submitter 5 CONT DANNY L HEAGREN TSGT USAF RETIRED 925 SOUTH 12000 WEST SALT LAKE CITY 5 CONC , UTAH 84104 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Submission Search: 1943600-0425107201313 5 CONT URL: <> 5 CONT CD-ROM: Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #133 5 CONT CD-ROM Features: Pedigree View, Family View, Individual View, Reports 5 CONC , Downloadable GEDCOM files, Notes and Sources. 5 CONT Order Pedigree Resource File CD-ROMS <../../Redirects/RedirectCount 5 CONC .asp?page=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eldscatalog%2Ecom%2Fwebapp%2Fwcs%2Fstores%2 5 CONC Fservlet%2FCategoryDisplay%3FcatalogId%3D10151%26storeId%3D10151%26cate 5 CONC goryId%3D13705%26langId%3D%2D1%26cg1%3D13669%26cg2%3D13701%26cg3%3D%26c 5 CONC g4%3D%26cg5%3D> 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT About FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File 5 CONT The Pedigree Resource File is a new lineage linked database of records a 5 CONC vailable on compact disc containing family history records submitted by i 5 CONC ndividuals through FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service. 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Privacy Policy <../../policy/FSI_privacy.asp?color=dkBlue> (last updated: 3/27/2006). 29 http://www.familysearch.org v.2.5.0 < 5 CONC u>About Us | Contact Us | Press Room LDS C 5 CONC hurch Sites | LDS Country Sites 5 CONC 1 RESI 2 DATE after Worlds Fair 2 PLAC near Wakarusa, Elkhart County, Indiana 1 FAMS @F1318@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I582@ INDI 1 NAME Harrison /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Harrison 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX M 1 _UID 02D88A8B803B304CACFC93558D909AA31092 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Van Buren County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Van Buren County Clerk 2 CONT Courthouse 2 CONT Paw Paw, MI 49079-1496 2 CONT (616) 657-5581 2 CONT Van Buren Regional Genealogical Society 2 CONT c/o Webster Memorial Library 200 North Phelps Street 2 CONT Decatur, MI 49045 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Van Buren County USGenWeb 2 CONT 2 CONT http://www.heritagepursuit.com/WyCh12.htmONE HUNDRED AND FORTY- 2 CONT 2 CONT ___________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT RCBarker ; cbarker@cafes.net ; lindawildman@friendlynet.com ; Lori Simonian ; Diana Turner ; Deb Goll 2 CONC ey ; Betty Cohen ; Allen Kenyon ; 2 CONC Susan Daniel ; George Mouchet < 2 CONC mailto:geomouchet@yahoo.com> ; Rick Brown ; Valerie Burnham ; Lorr 2 CONC aine Deneen ; Dale Wilson ; LaVonne Barnum ; Ma 2 CONC rilyn Nichols ; Brian Hamman ; Nancy Dunbar 2 CONT 1 SOUR @S766@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT > My name is Brian Hamman and my Kimble lineage is as follows: 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 1) Nathan Kimble 4 CONT > 2) Harrison Kimble 4 CONT > 3) Richard Loren Kimble 4 CONT > 4) Anna Marie Kimble 4 CONT > 5) Lester L. Hamman 4 CONT > 6) Lawrence L. Hamman 4 CONT > 7) David L. Hamman 4 CONT > 8) me 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I have loads of info and pictures on the people mentioned above, incl 4 CONC uding 4 CONT > tombstone photos for all of them. I periodically come back to the Nat 4 CONC han 4 CONT > Kimble brickwall, but haven't revisited in perhaps 6 months when I fo 4 CONC und 4 CONT > info on Nathan's oldest son. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am interested in starting a Kimble Y-chromosome project. I've alrea 4 CONC dy 4 CONT > used Y-chromosome testing to break thru one of my Hamman and Nichols 4 CONT > brickwalls, and am on the verge of breaking down my Welty brickwall. Y 4 CONC ou 4 CONT > can find out more info on Y-chromosome testing (and see my family tre 4 CONC e) at 4 CONT > my website: 4 CONT 4 CONT > Please let me know if you see any errors in my Kimble info and please d 4 CONC on't 4 CONT > hesitate to ask questions about DNA testing for genealogy and anthrop 4 CONC ology. 4 CONT > Lastly, please let me know if you know a Kimble male who is willing t 4 CONC o rub a 4 CONT > cotton swab inside their cheek to have their Y-chromosome tested, to h 4 CONC elp us 4 CONT > break down the Nathan Kimble brickwall -- I can pay for their test if 4 CONT > necessary. 4 CONT > Best wishes, 4 CONT > Brian 4 CONT > 1 SOUR @S767@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT > I go like this: 4 CONT > Nathan Kimble 4 CONT > Harrison Kimble 4 CONT > Richard Loren Kimble / Hester Anna (Delamater) 4 CONT > Marion Jerome Kimble / Elda Mae (Owen) 4 CONT > Marilyn Elda (Kimble, Bernham) Nichols 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I have one living brother Nathan Kimble interesting? No my folks knew i 4 CONC t was 4 CONT > a family named and named him. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am 68 Years old and have been dabbing in the family tree for about 3 4 CONC 5 4 CONT > years Lately have been working on the Owen line with several cousins o 4 CONC n 4 CONT > that side. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I am a member of The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and h 4 CONC ave 4 CONT > allot of Genealogy on the records and will be getting the internet se 4 CONC t up 4 CONT > that can be shared with family so when we get it will be sending you a 4 CONC nother 4 CONT > email. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I talked with my folk allot picking at there brain getting Info also A 4 CONC unt 4 CONT > Marie 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Marilyn 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 JUN 1838 2 PLAC near Carey, Wyandot County, Ohio 2 NOTE 12 years old on 1850 census. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1840 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 2 PLAC Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 2 SOUR @S909@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT p.41 Crawford, Crawford County, Ohio 5 CONT Nathan Kimbal 1 2 1 - 1 - 1 f 1 1 - - 1 5 CONT 1 m < 5 (Harrison abt 2) 5 CONT 2 m 5 < 10 Benjamin, abt 6-7, Ezekiel, abt 7-8) 5 CONT 1 m 10 < 15 (John abt 11-12) 5 CONT 1 m 20 < 30 (male- unknown) 5 CONT 1 m 40 < 50 (Nathan, abt 46) 5 CONT 1 f < 5 (Mary, abt 4) 5 CONT 1 f 5 < 10 (Martha, abt 10-11) 5 CONT 1 f 20 < 30 (Mary Ann? should be 37-38) 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S911@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1860 Crawford, Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT p.12 of 41 Ancestry.com 5 CONT 177/177 Nathan Kimble 66 Farmer 2,000 RE 750 PE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary Ann 56 b.O 5 CONT Harrison 23 b.O 5 CONT Margaret 18 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 18 b.O 5 CONT George Mulholland 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT George Babbit 21 Laborer b.O 5 CONT 5 CONT [177]/178 Edward [Bimce?] 28 Laborer b.England 5 CONT Mary 23 b.NY 5 CONT Barret 7 b.NY 5 CONT Bertha 3 b.IN 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Fostoria, Jackson Twp, Seneca County, Ohio [District 192] 2 SOUR @S982@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Fostoria, Jackson Twp, Seneca County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.29 of 30 on ancestry.com census images online. 5 CONT p.27 on census 5 CONT SD 1 ED 192 5 CONT 5 CONT Dwelling 12 Family 13 5 CONT Harrison Kimble W M 42 Teamster b.Ohio; father b.New Jersey; mother b. P 5 CONC ennsylvania 5 CONT Mary E. W F 43 Wife Keeping House b. Ohio, father b. Maryland, mother b 5 CONC . Maryland 5 CONT Nathan L. W M 12 Son b.Ohio father b. Ohio mother b. Ohio 5 CONT Richard L. W M 9 Son b.Ohio father b. Ohio mother b. Ohio 5 CONT Harry O. W M 6 Son b.Ohio father b. Ohio mother b. Ohio 5 CONT Ansel D. W M 3 Son b.Ohio father b. Ohio mother b. Ohio 1 OCCU a teamster 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Jackson, Seneca County, Ohio [District 192] 1 RESI 2 DATE 19 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren county, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 JUN 1917 2 PLAC Michigan State Hospital, Kalamazoo, MI 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 23 JUN 1917 2 _SDATE 24 JUN 1917 2 PLAC Prospect Hill Cemetery, Paw Paw, Michigan 1 FAMS @F2750@ 1 FAMS @F2751@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I583@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1A5740329E809B4BAA15F1A6744ADEC39C50 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2008 1 NOTE RCBarker ; cbarker@cafes.net ; lindawildman@friendlynet.com ; Lori Simonian ; Diana Turner ; Deb Goll 2 CONC ey ; Betty Cohen ; Allen Kenyon ; 2 CONC Susan Daniel ; George Mouchet < 2 CONC mailto:geomouchet@yahoo.com> ; Rick Brown ; Valerie Burnham ; Lorr 2 CONC aine Deneen ; Dale Wilson ; LaVonne Barnum ; Ma 2 CONC rilyn Nichols ; Brian Hamman ; Nancy Dunbar 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT _________________________________________________________________ 2 CONT 2 CONT Van Buren County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Van Buren County Clerk 2 CONT Courthouse 2 CONT Paw Paw, MI 49079-1496 2 CONT (616) 657-5581 2 CONT Van Buren Regional Genealogical Society 2 CONT c/o Webster Memorial Library 200 North Phelps Street 2 CONT Decatur, MI 49045 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Van Buren County USGenWeb 1 SOUR @S770@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT My name is Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT My line is 4 CONT Nathan Kimble+Mary Ann Bogard 4 CONT Margaret Kimble +Timothy Burr Hawkins 4 CONT Nathan Hawkins b Adrian OH moved to Lawton MI with parents about 1882 4 CONT Henry Gordon Hawkins b Van Buren Co near Lawton MI 1906 4 CONT Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT When Timothy Burr Hawkins died in Lawton Mi in 1913 he was listed as ha 4 CONC ving 32 grandchildren and 18 ggchildren. My dad Henry Gordon and his si 4 CONC ster Vivian would have been 2 of the grandchildren. Where is everybody e 4 CONC lse??? 4 CONT When Nathan Hawkins died in Lawton MI in 1956 two couples in the funera 4 CONC l home memory book were Mr and Mrs Alva Kimble and Mr and Mrs Clarence K 4 CONC imble. I am guessing they were Kimble relatives. 4 CONT Does anyone have any pictures of Nathan Kimble and /or Mary Ann Bogard? 4 CONT After seeing a picture posted of Hannah Kimble Franklin, I am wondering i 4 CONC f a picture we have which my late father Henry Gordon thought was Timot 4 CONC hy's father John Hawkins, is really a picture of Nathan Kimble. 4 CONT Terry posted pictures of Margaret Kimble Hawkins and her sons-my grandf 4 CONC ather Nathan Hawkins and another son Earl Hawkins, a few days ago. 4 CONT Margaret Kimble was first married to Isaac Lutz. They had two children A 4 CONC lvin and Alice Lutz. Both were dead by 1898 according to Margaret's obi 4 CONC tuary. 4 CONT Timothy Burr Hawkins had been married to Lucy Pratt before he married M 4 CONC argaret Kimble. 1 SOUR @S808@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT I think Jessie Kimble is not Jessie Hawkins. Jessie Hawkins married Mar 4 CONC tin Lechlitner and they lived in a town near Lawton MI(I am in FL right n 4 CONC ow and don't have my notes). Their son attended Nathan and Rena Hawkins 4 CONC 's funerals. He signed the memory book. One of Jessie Hawkins Lechlitne 4 CONC r's daughters was a fairly well know author. Her papers are in the spec 4 CONC ial collections library at the Univ of Iowa and I have had a paid resea 4 CONC rcher go through them to look for pictures of Jessie Hawkins Lechlitner a 4 CONC nd the family and other family genealogical info. The results should be i 4 CONC n Ann Arbor when I return from Florida on Thursday. I will share what I g 4 CONC et with you. 4 CONT Ella Dickey was from Kalamazoo MI. That was her name. Timothy was marri 4 CONC ed to her around 1900-he died in 1914. They lived in the Lawton MI area 4 CONC . She was hit and killed by a car while crossing a street in Lawton in t 4 CONC he 1930s. Although we had her name, my dad who was born in 1906 and rai 4 CONC sed in Lawton didn't remember seeing her . He did not remember seeing T 4 CONC imothy either and would have been 8 years old when Timothy died. I thin 4 CONC k Nathan's family and Timothy and Ellen may not have gotten along for s 4 CONC ome reason. 4 CONT 4 CONT Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 1 SOUR @S809@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Timothy Burr Hawkins was first married to Lucy Pratt. The children from t 4 CONC hat marriage included Sylvester, George, Ellen, and Franklin(Frank). Lu 4 CONC cy, George and Sylvester all died of tuberculosis. 4 CONT Ellen and two other girls from that first marriage to Lucy Pratt were a 4 CONC dults by the time Timothy and his second wife Margaret Kimble moved fro 4 CONC m OH to MI. 4 CONT 4 CONT After Lucy's death, Timothy married Margaret Kimble who was the widow o 4 CONC f Isaac Lutz. When they moved from Oh to Lawton Michigan in 1881, Frank 4 CONC lin(Frank) was the only child from Timothy's first marriage that moved t 4 CONC o MI with the family. I met Frank once when we stopped in Lincoln Nebra 4 CONC ska to see him in the late 1950s. 4 CONT (we means-Henry Gordon Hawkins son of Nathan and grandson of Timothy Bu 4 CONC rr ,my mom Alice and Nancy Jane Hawkins Dunbar(me) ) 4 CONT My grandfather Nathan Hawkins was the first child from the marriage of T 4 CONC imothy Burr Hawkins and Margaret Kimble. 4 CONT 4 CONT Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT Ann Arbor, MI 1 SOUR @S810@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT More info on TB Hawkins' children. 4 CONT Timothy Burr Hawkins was first married to Lucy Pratt in Wyandot Co jOH. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT The children from that marriage included: 4 CONT Sylvester, George, Ellen, and Franklin. Lu 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 JAN 1842 2 PLAC Carey, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE 8 years old on 1850 census. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S911@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1860 Crawford, Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT p.12 of 41 Ancestry.com 5 CONT 177/177 Nathan Kimble 66 Farmer 2,000 RE 750 PE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary Ann 56 b.O 5 CONT Harrison 23 b.O 5 CONT Margaret 18 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 18 b.O 5 CONT George Mulholland 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT George Babbit 21 Laborer b.O 5 CONT 5 CONT [177]/178 Edward [Bimce?] 28 Laborer b.England 5 CONT Mary 23 b.NY 5 CONT Barret 7 b.NY 5 CONT Bertha 3 b.IN 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Porter Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Age at death: 56 years, 6 months, 18 days., Died of Cancer of the liver a 3 CONC nd stomach. 1 BURI 2 DATE 16 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Funeral service conducted by Elder Craig , 16 August 1898., Oa 1 RESI 2 DATE in 1881 2 PLAC Porter Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Section 7 1 FAMS @F210@ 1 FAMS @F209@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I584@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /KIMBLE/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN KIMBLE 1 SEX F 1 _UID B095BD68F28D084EA3E3DF00030926815749 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Kosciusko Co, IN WPA Death Index 2 CONT 2 CONT DORSEY, Hannah 1 Jul 1913 2 CONT 2 CONT NOT the same Hannah- Called Hannah Simons on her brother John's obituar 2 CONC y- 3 Feb 1913; Harrison Kimble's Civil War file states that Hannah is i 2 CONC n Winona Lake, Kosciusko County, Indiana in 1917. Hannah's gravestone s 2 CONC ays d.1922- buried as Hannah Wire, though she was married subsequently t 2 CONC o John Dorsey. Still married to John Dorsey in 1920 census,Winona Lake T 2 CONC own, Wayne Twp, Kosciusko County, Indiana. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1842 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1842 2 PLAC Ohio 2 NOTE 7 years old on 1850 census. 2 SOUR @S776@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford Twp, Carey P.O., Wyandot County 5 CONT Ancestry.com image 12 of 41 5 CONT written p.27, typed p.467 5 CONT Dwelling 177 Family 177 5 CONT Nathan Kimble 66 M Farmer 20,000 RE 750 PE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary Ann 56 F b.O 5 CONT Harrison 23 M b.O 5 CONT Margaret 18 F b.O 5 CONT Hannah 18 F b.O 5 CONT George Mulholland 18 M Laborer b.O 5 CONT George Babbit 21 M Laborer b.O 2 SOUR @S777@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County 5 CONT National Archives roll M432 #741 5 CONT (Ancestry.com image 4 of 32) 5 CONT written p.560, typed p.280 1/2 5 CONT 20 August 1850 5 CONT Dwell 26 Fam 487 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 M Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. Kimball 48 F b.Ohio 5 CONT Ezekiel Kimball 18 M Laborer b.Ohio 5 CONT Benjamin Kimball 16 M Laborer b.Ohio 5 CONT Mary Kimball 15 F b.Ohio 5 CONT Harison Kimball 12 M b.Ohio 5 CONT Hannah Kimball 7 F b.Ohio 5 CONT Margarett Kimball 7 F b.Ohio 2 SOUR @S778@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT North Union Cemetery, Locke Twp, Elkhart County, Indiana 5 CONT 5 CONT Hannah Wire 1844-1922 5 CONT John Wire 1840-1901 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S911@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1860 Crawford, Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT p.12 of 41 Ancestry.com 5 CONT 177/177 Nathan Kimble 66 Farmer 2,000 RE 750 PE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary Ann 56 b.O 5 CONT Harrison 23 b.O 5 CONT Margaret 18 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 18 b.O 5 CONT George Mulholland 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT George Babbit 21 Laborer b.O 5 CONT 5 CONT [177]/178 Edward [Bimce?] 28 Laborer b.England 5 CONT Mary 23 b.NY 5 CONT Barret 7 b.NY 5 CONT Bertha 3 b.IN 1 RESI 2 DATE 19 AUG 1898 2 PLAC Wakarusa, Indiana 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC North Webster Town, Tippecanoe Twp, Kosciusko County, Indiana 2 NOTE Different Hannah? There is a Hannah Dorsey that died in 1913 in Koscius 3 CONC ko County, Indiana. Where are Hannah and John W. Dorsey in 1910? 2 SOUR @S917@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1910 North Webster Town, Tippecanoe Twp, Kosciusko County, Indiana cens 5 CONC us 5 CONT 5 CONT 18 April 1910 5 CONT 5 CONT p.6 of 37 5 CONT SD 13 ED 81 Sheet 3B 5 CONT 5 CONT East Warsaw Street (two households from East Street and near Harrison S 5 CONC treet) 5 CONT 67/68 5 CONT Hannah Dorsey, Head F W 68 Wd 4 (children) 2 (living) Ohio own income 1 RESI (from Harrison Kimble's Civil War File) 2 DATE 8 NOV 1917 2 PLAC Winona Lake, Kosciusko County, Indiana 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Winona Lake Town, Wayne Twp, Kosciusko County, Indiana 2 SOUR @S916@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1920 Winona Lake Town, Wayne Twp, Kosciusko County, Indiana census 5 CONT 5 CONT 6 January 1920 5 CONT SD 13 ED 103 Sheet 1 A 5 CONT [typed p.217] 5 CONT 5 CONT p.23 of 24 5 CONT 66/66 5 CONT John W. Dorsey, Head O[wned] F[ree, not mortgaged] M W 77 M[arried] Ind 5 CONC iana Ohio Maryland 5 CONT Hannah, Wife F W 77 M Ohio Ohio Ohio 5 CONT Betty Turner, Lodger F W 50 S Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1922 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1922 2 PLAC possibly Winona Lake Town, Wayne Twp, Kosciusko County, Indiana 1 BURI 2 DATE 1922 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1922 2 PLAC North Union Cemetery, Locke Twp., Elkhart County, Indiana 1 FAMS @F205@ 1 FAMS @F2749@ 1 FAMC @F199@ 0 @I585@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy Burr /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Timothy Burr 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX M 1 _UID C53F822BE8892E498D9D678BF46D9D9A4D2B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 SEP 2009 1 SOUR @S228@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S770@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT My name is Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT My line is 4 CONT Nathan Kimble+Mary Ann Bogard 4 CONT Margaret Kimble +Timothy Burr Hawkins 4 CONT Nathan Hawkins b Adrian OH moved to Lawton MI with parents about 1882 4 CONT Henry Gordon Hawkins b Van Buren Co near Lawton MI 1906 4 CONT Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT When Timothy Burr Hawkins died in Lawton Mi in 1913 he was listed as ha 4 CONC ving 32 grandchildren and 18 ggchildren. My dad Henry Gordon and his si 4 CONC ster Vivian would have been 2 of the grandchildren. Where is everybody e 4 CONC lse??? 4 CONT When Nathan Hawkins died in Lawton MI in 1956 two couples in the funera 4 CONC l home memory book were Mr and Mrs Alva Kimble and Mr and Mrs Clarence K 4 CONC imble. I am guessing they were Kimble relatives. 4 CONT Does anyone have any pictures of Nathan Kimble and /or Mary Ann Bogard? 4 CONT After seeing a picture posted of Hannah Kimble Franklin, I am wondering i 4 CONC f a picture we have which my late father Henry Gordon thought was Timot 4 CONC hy's father John Hawkins, is really a picture of Nathan Kimble. 4 CONT Terry posted pictures of Margaret Kimble Hawkins and her sons-my grandf 4 CONC ather Nathan Hawkins and another son Earl Hawkins, a few days ago. 4 CONT Margaret Kimble was first married to Isaac Lutz. They had two children A 4 CONC lvin and Alice Lutz. Both were dead by 1898 according to Margaret's obi 4 CONC tuary. 4 CONT Timothy Burr Hawkins had been married to Lucy Pratt before he married M 4 CONC argaret Kimble. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 JUN 1830 2 PLAC Delaware county, Ohio 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 5 CONT 5 CONT Eliza Hawkins 55 F b.NY 5 CONT Timothy B. 20 M Laborer b.Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 1881 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1881 2 PLAC Porter, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Section 7 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JUN 1914 2 PLAC Decatur Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 13 JUN 1914 2 _SDATE 14 JUN 1914 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Oak Grove Cemetery 1 FAMS @F211@ 1 FAMS @F209@ 1 FAMS @F212@ 1 FAMC @F202@ 0 @I586@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Lutz/ 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Lutz 1 SEX M 1 _UID B896E4FAFFB9E44ABACD67F9F0055873B981 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F210@ 0 @I587@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6286B84FE9D63A459DEEC67BA7EEDABA2225 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 OCT 2004 1 SOUR @S273@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Nathan Hawkins' bio 4 CONT 4 CONT http://www.rootsweb.com/~mivanbur/bio6.htm 4 CONT Nathan Hawkins.- The hustling farmer is always on the alert for n 4 CONC ew inventions which will minimize cost and production, and it is indeed i 4 CONC nteresting to visit a well-equipped farm and scrutinize the various imp 4 CONC lements used in preparing the products of the ground for practical use. T 4 CONC here is probably no class of people who grasp anything new and progress 4 CONC ive like the prosperous farmer, and to this class belongs Nathan Hawkin 4 CONC s, of Porter township, who is engaged in general farming and fruit rais 4 CONC ing along modern, scientific lines. Mr. Hawkins is a native of Adrian, O 4 CONC hio, and was born February 8, 1871, a son of Timothy B. and Margaret (K 4 CONC imball) Hawkins. 4 CONT Mr. Hawkins parent's who were also born in the Buckeye state, came to M 4 CONC ichigan in 1881 and settled in section 7, Porter township, where they p 4 CONC urchased farming land and settled down to an agricultural life. Here Mr 4 CONC s. Hawkins died August 1, 1898, but her husband still survives her and m 4 CONC akes his home on his farm in Decatur township. He married for his secon 4 CONC d wife Ella Dickey, who also survives. To Timothy and Margaret Hawkins t 4 CONC he following children were born: Nathan, Clara, who resides at home; Go 4 CONC rdon, who is deceased; Jessie, the wife of Martin Lechlitner, of Mishaw 4 CONC aka, Indiana; Metie E., who is deceased; and Earl, who resides in Nebra 4 CONC ska. 4 CONT Nathan Hawkins received his education in the district schools of Decatu 4 CONC r township, and at the age of thirty years purchased the home place, on w 4 CONC hich he has since carried on general farming and fruit raising. Many ch 4 CONC anges have been made on the property since he has taken charge, and he n 4 CONC ow ranks among the progressive agriculturists of his township. He has a 4 CONC lways been a stanch advocate of the use of power machinery in the farm w 4 CONC ork, and his property is well equipped with the most modern appliances. A 4 CONC s a citizen Mr. Hawkins stands high in the esteem of his fellow townsme 4 CONC n, and he bears an excellent reputation for honesty in business dealing 4 CONC s. He is a supporter of Republican principles and works hard in the ran 4 CONC ks of his party, although he has never sought public office on his own a 4 CONC ccount. He and his family attend the Methodist church, and fraternally h 4 CONC e is a popular member of the Odd Fellows order. 4 CONT On November 23, 1901, Mr. Hawkins was married to Miss Rena G. Wiles, da 4 CONC ughter of Henry and Jennie (Jones) Wiles. Mrs. Hawkins has two sisters: H 4 CONC ortense, the wife of Harry Tompkins, of Decatur, Michigan; and Jessie, w 4 CONC ho lives at home with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins have had two ch 4 CONC ildren, born as follows: Vivian Leola, September 22, 1903; and Henry Go 4 CONC rdon, July 2, 1906. The comfortable Hawkins family home is situated on L 4 CONC awton Rural Route No. 2, and there are welcomed the many warm personal f 4 CONC riends of Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins. 1 SOUR @S770@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT My name is Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT My line is 4 CONT Nathan Kimble+Mary Ann Bogard 4 CONT Margaret Kimble +Timothy Burr Hawkins 4 CONT Nathan Hawkins b Adrian OH moved to Lawton MI with parents about 1882 4 CONT Henry Gordon Hawkins b Van Buren Co near Lawton MI 1906 4 CONT Nancy Hawkins Dunbar 4 CONT When Timothy Burr Hawkins died in Lawton Mi in 1913 he was listed as ha 4 CONC ving 32 grandchildren and 18 ggchildren. My dad Henry Gordon and his si 4 CONC ster Vivian would have been 2 of the grandchildren. Where is everybody e 4 CONC lse??? 4 CONT When Nathan Hawkins died in Lawton MI in 1956 two couples in the funera 4 CONC l home memory book were Mr and Mrs Alva Kimble and Mr and Mrs Clarence K 4 CONC imble. I am guessing they were Kimble relatives. 4 CONT Does anyone have any pictures of Nathan Kimble and /or Mary Ann Bogard? 4 CONT After seeing a picture posted of Hannah Kimble Franklin, I am wondering i 4 CONC f a picture we have which my late father Henry Gordon thought was Timot 4 CONC hy's father John Hawkins, is really a picture of Nathan Kimble. 4 CONT Terry posted pictures of Margaret Kimble Hawkins and her sons-my grandf 4 CONC ather Nathan Hawkins and another son Earl Hawkins, a few days ago. 4 CONT Margaret Kimble was first married to Isaac Lutz. They had two children A 4 CONC lvin and Alice Lutz. Both were dead by 1898 according to Margaret's obi 4 CONC tuary. 4 CONT Timothy Burr Hawkins had been married to Lucy Pratt before he married M 4 CONC argaret Kimble. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 FEB 1871 2 PLAC Seneca county, or Wyandot county, Ohio 2 NOTE The History of Van Buren County, Vol. II, pp. 1086, 1087, pub. 1 2 SOUR @S793@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Crawford Twp (District 159), Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT Ancestry.com images 8 of 47 5 CONT 5 CONT 64/64 5 CONT T.B.Hawkins W M 48 Farmer Ohio RI NY 5 CONT Margaret 39 W F Wife Keeping House Ohio NJ "Ling?" 5 CONT Sylvester 28 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O - 5 CONT George 21 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O O 5 CONT Ellen J. W F 17 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Franklin W M 16 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Nathan W M 10 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Clara W F 8 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Gordon W M 6 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Jessee W M 4 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Mintie W F 1 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1956 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1956 1 EDUC 2 PLAC Decatur Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE district schools 1 OCCU 2 NOTE General Farming and Fruit raising 1 RELI 2 NOTE Methodist 1 RESI 2 PLAC Decatur, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Roural route No. 2 1 FAMS @F200@ 1 FAMC @F209@ 0 @I588@ INDI 1 NAME Clara Ann /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Clara Ann 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1FC485DF7D727E4D9FB589F8988602BAB011 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 OCT 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JAN 1871 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S793@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Crawford Twp (District 159), Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT Ancestry.com images 8 of 47 5 CONT 5 CONT 64/64 5 CONT T.B.Hawkins W M 48 Farmer Ohio RI NY 5 CONT Margaret 39 W F Wife Keeping House Ohio NJ "Ling?" 5 CONT Sylvester 28 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O - 5 CONT George 21 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O O 5 CONT Ellen J. W F 17 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Franklin W M 16 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Nathan W M 10 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Clara W F 8 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Gordon W M 6 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Jessee W M 4 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Mintie W F 1 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 1 RESI 2 DATE 1912 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1912 2 PLAC Decatur Township, Van Buren county, Michigan 2 NOTE Timothy Hawkins home 2 SOUR @S273@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1951 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1951 1 FAMC @F209@ 0 @I589@ INDI 1 NAME Gordon /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Gordon 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1478F4B8A1A0124BAA94C4DAFAB3177AF09A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JUL 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 AUG 1874 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S793@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Crawford Twp (District 159), Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT Ancestry.com images 8 of 47 5 CONT 5 CONT 64/64 5 CONT T.B.Hawkins W M 48 Farmer Ohio RI NY 5 CONT Margaret 39 W F Wife Keeping House Ohio NJ "Ling?" 5 CONT Sylvester 28 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O - 5 CONT George 21 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O O 5 CONT Ellen J. W F 17 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Franklin W M 16 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Nathan W M 10 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Clara W F 8 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Gordon W M 6 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Jessee W M 4 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Mintie W F 1 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 1 DEAT 2 DATE BY 1912 2 SOUR @S273@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMC @F209@ 0 @I590@ INDI 1 NAME Jessie /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Jessie 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX F 1 _UID B993059E22837D4480AD94E5FBA911964643 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 AUG 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 APR 1876 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S793@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Crawford Twp (District 159), Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT Ancestry.com images 8 of 47 5 CONT 5 CONT 64/64 5 CONT T.B.Hawkins W M 48 Farmer Ohio RI NY 5 CONT Margaret 39 W F Wife Keeping House Ohio NJ "Ling?" 5 CONT Sylvester 28 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O - 5 CONT George 21 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O O 5 CONT Ellen J. W F 17 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Franklin W M 16 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Nathan W M 10 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Clara W F 8 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Gordon W M 6 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Jessee W M 4 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Mintie W F 1 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 1 RESI 2 DATE 1912 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1912 2 PLAC Mishawaka, Indiana 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F201@ 1 FAMC @F209@ 0 @I591@ INDI 1 NAME Mentie E. /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Mentie E. 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX F 1 _UID E5E7187EF359664CA471F311EEFA73F8CC30 1 CHAN 2 DATE 26 JUL 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1879/80 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S793@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1880 Crawford Twp (District 159), Wyandot County, Ohio census 5 CONT Ancestry.com images 8 of 47 5 CONT 5 CONT 64/64 5 CONT T.B.Hawkins W M 48 Farmer Ohio RI NY 5 CONT Margaret 39 W F Wife Keeping House Ohio NJ "Ling?" 5 CONT Sylvester 28 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O - 5 CONT George 21 W M Son Farm Laborer Ohio O O 5 CONT Ellen J. W F 17 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Franklin W M 16 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Nathan W M 10 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Clara W F 8 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Gordon W M 6 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Jessee W M 4 Son at Home Ohio O O 5 CONT Mintie W F 1 Daughter at Home Ohio O O 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 JAN 1894 2 PLAC [Lawton, Van Buren county, Michigan?] 2 NOTE Margaret's obit; Nathan Hawkin's bio. 2 SOUR @S273@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMC @F209@ 0 @I592@ INDI 1 NAME Earl T. /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Earl T. 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX M 1 _UID 12E580CDD06C8C48BE4A16AF84D5C55291A8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1883 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1883 2 PLAC Adrian, Seneca county, Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 1912 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1912 2 PLAC Nebraska 2 SOUR @S273@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 1 FAMC @F209@ 0 @I593@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy A. /Pratt/ 2 GIVN Lucy A. 2 SURN Pratt 1 SEX F 1 _UID DB5830EFDD70714B8408F1F1466EDF1B77C2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 SEP 1867 2 PLAC Wyandot county, Ohio? 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 SEP 1867 2 PLAC Wyandot county, Ohio? 1 FAMS @F211@ 0 @I594@ INDI 1 NAME Ellen /Dickey/ 2 GIVN Ellen 2 SURN Dickey 1 SEX F 1 _UID ABB1CFF6B357324881D1C762292540EB994D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F212@ 0 @I595@ INDI 1 NAME Rena Gertrude /Wiles/ 2 GIVN Rena Gertrude 2 SURN Wiles 1 SEX F 1 _UID 65AD9C8E98740148A89119D4FD7A4490024A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F200@ 1 FAMC @F203@ 0 @I596@ INDI 1 NAME Martin /Lechlitner/ 2 GIVN Martin 2 SURN Lechlitner 1 SEX M 1 _UID B135179C779C794BB55AE06F1C09AC29C893 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 JUL 2004 1 FAMS @F201@ 0 @I597@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX M 1 _UID 768D8F1B56DA3B47AD0A42542718A82DC046 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F202@ 0 @I598@ INDI 1 NAME Eliza /Ford/ 2 GIVN Eliza 2 SURN Ford 1 SEX F 1 _UID BE71E7B65E9FAA47AB03C64C6721E8A690C1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 SEP 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1795 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1795 2 PLAC New York 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Crawford, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S908@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Crawford, Wyandot County p.560 5 CONT Nathan Kimball 58 Farmer 4,000 RE b.NJ 5 CONT Mary A. 48 b.O 5 CONT Ezekiel 18 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Benjamin 16 Laborer b.O 5 CONT Mary 15 b.O 5 CONT Harison 12 b.O 5 CONT Hannah 7 b.O 5 CONT Margarett 8 b.O 5 CONT 5 CONT Eliza Hawkins 55 F b.NY 5 CONT Timothy B. 20 M Laborer b.Ohio 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F202@ 0 @I599@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Wiles/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Wiles 1 SEX M 1 _UID C65656739A5CD041AE538B21F20AD856C312 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F203@ 0 @I600@ INDI 1 NAME Jennie /Jones/ 2 GIVN Jennie 2 SURN Jones 1 SEX F 1 _UID F9B99CEE1E45DB4FA0FD39156FE57D71F639 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F203@ 0 @I601@ INDI 1 NAME Vivian Leola /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Vivian Leola 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3668FE080D4DF54487410EDA0318F3AFA423 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 SEP 1903 2 PLAC Lawton, Van Buren county, Michigan? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F200@ 0 @I602@ INDI 1 NAME Henry Gordon /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Henry Gordon 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX M 1 _UID 663C2DB2CA9519428397BB38D705702EC2BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 24 JUL 2004 1 FAMS @F3199@ 1 FAMC @F200@ 0 @I603@ INDI 1 NAME Ezra /Wonder/ 2 NPFX Dr. 2 GIVN Ezra 2 SURN Wonder 1 SEX M 1 _UID 3CBDDC6C56D80249920B3D9E233E5FF9EBAA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 NOV 2005 1 SOUR @S392@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S1229@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 SEP 1833 2 PLAC Seneca county, Ohio 2 NOTE His daughter Edith in 1930 says her father was born in Pennsylvania. 2 SOUR @S1113@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Dr. Ezra Wonder - Pages 153, 154, 155 & 156 cut out and sent to daughte 5 CONC r Edith M. Millar ... Portland, Oregon 5/30/42. 5 CONT Copy following provided by Bill Wever - from book shelved at NE State H 5 CONC istorical Society, Lincoln, NE. 5 CONT 5 CONT 154 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT DR. EZRA WONDER, practicing physician, and prominent among the business m 5 CONC en of Blue Springs, has followed the practice of medicine for a period o 5 CONC f fourteen years in this place, and is in the enjoyment of a good patro 5 CONC nage. He is also conducting a drug-store, and is joint owner of the Ope 5 CONC ra House Block. Dr. Wonder came to this county in the summer of 1874, a 5 CONC rriving at Blue Springs on the 16th of August, when there were not more t 5 CONC han 150 inhabitants in the place. Most of these have now disappeared, h 5 CONC aving been removed by death or other circumstances. He was called upon t 5 CONC hat very day to attend a patient, although there were four other physic 5 CONC ians. These soon left the town, and Dr. Wonder was thus in possession o 5 CONC f the entire field. He has made good use of his time and opportunities, a 5 CONC nd is one of the most popular members of his profession in Southern Neb 5 CONC raska. 5 CONT Seneca County, Ohio, was the birthplace of our subject, and where he f 5 CONC irst opened his eyes to the light Sept. 17, 1833. He completed his educ 5 CONC ation in the High School of that place, began the study of medicine, an 5 CONC d subsequently entered the office of Dr. J. Myers, in Carey, Ohio, unde 5 CONC r whose instruction he remained for a period of four years. He then ent 5 CONC ered upon a course of lectures in the Cincinnati Medical College, and b 5 CONC egan the practice of his profession at New Riegel, in Seneca County. Th 5 CONC ere he remained two years, then returning to Carey, became the partner o 5 CONC f his former tutor, Dr. Myers, with whom he remained until the spring o 5 CONC f 1861. 5 CONT Our subject now changed his residence from the Buckeye State to Wakarus 5 CONC a, Ind., where he sojourned for a period of four years. Thence he retur 5 CONC ned to Carey, Ohio, where he established a drug-store and followed his p 5 CONC rofession successfully until 1874. His next removal was to this State, w 5 CONC here he enjoys a fine reputation and the confidence of a large patronag 5 CONC e in a marked degree. Dr. Wonder was married in Carey, Ohio, Oct. 1, 18 5 CONC 57, to Miss Mary A. Kimball, and they are now the parents of six childr 5 CONC en, the youngest of whom, Eddie, died at the age of three years and nin 5 CONC e months. The survivors have reached mature years, arid are named respe 5 CONC ctively Ruah Alma, Nathan D., Elmer E., Addie May and Edith M. Mrs. Won 5 CONC der is the daughter of Capt. Nathan Kimball, a farmer by occupation, an 5 CONC d a resident of Carey, Ohio. She was born there Feb. 22, 1836, and cont 5 CONC inued under time parental roof until her marriage. Capt. Kimball was a n 5 CONC ative of Maine, and earned his military title in the War of 1812. After t 5 CONC he conflict had ended he settled in the Buckeye State, of which he rema 5 CONC ined a resident until his death. The mother, Mrs. Mary Ann. Kimball, re 5 CONC sides in Wakarusa, Ind., in her eighty-fourth year. 5 CONT Daniel Wonder, the father of our subject, was born in Mifflin County, P 5 CONC a., April 12, 1791, and upon reaching manhood was there married to Miss 5 CONT 5 CONT GAGE COUNTY 155 5 CONT 5 CONT Catherine Harpster. They became the parents of nine children, and i 5 CONC n middle life left the Keystone state with their little family and sett 5 CONC led among the pioneers of Stark County, Ohio. The father cleared a trac 5 CONC t of land, making considerable improvements, but seven years later went i 5 CONC nto Seneca County, and entered a quarter-section from the Government. F 5 CONC rom this he built up one of the finest farms in that region, erected a l 5 CONC arge barn and a commodious brick house, the latter the first of its kin 5 CONC d in that region, and the brick of which he manufactured himself. This s 5 CONC tructure is still standing and is often pointed out to the passing trav 5 CONC eler as one of the landmarks of the early days. Daniel Wonder became pr 5 CONC ominent in the affairs of Seneca County, holding township offices, and b 5 CONC eing generally interested in the enterprises calculated for the advance 5 CONC ment of the people. He was identified with the Evangelical Association, a 5 CONC nd died on the 20th of February, 1887, after reaching the advanced age o 5 CONC f ninety-five years, tell months and eight days. The mother died in 186 5 CONC 3. Mathias Wonder, the great-grandfather of our subject, belonged to th 5 CONC e German nobility, and was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemberg. He came o 5 CONC f a very wealthy family, and emigrated to America when his son Andrew w 5 CONC as a little lad seven years of age. They made the ocean voyage in a sai 5 CONC ling-vessel, and were nine months crossing the Atlantic. They landed at P 5 CONC hiladelphia, and settled in York County, Pa., where the great-grandfath 5 CONC er died in middle life when only forty years old. His son Andrew was th 5 CONC e eldest of the family, and married Miss Catherine Swartz, of Little Yo 5 CONC rk, Pa. To them were born twelve children. They lived within five miles o 5 CONC f Little York seven years, then removed north fifty miles to Chimoke. L 5 CONC ater they went into Mifflin County, and afterward lived in different po 5 CONC rtions of the Keystone State, where Grandfather Wonder followed his tra 5 CONC de of wheelwright. He finally settled in Wayne County, Ohio, and with h 5 CONC is wife lived to a great age, his death occurring when he was eighty-fo 5 CONC ur years and six months old. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionar 5 CONC y War, receiving an honorable wound, and thereafter drew a pension. A 5 CONC mong the children of Andrew and Catherine Wonder was Daniel. who became t 5 CONC he father of our subject. He was born five miles from Little York, Pa., A 5 CONC pril 12, 1792 and was a babe of five months when his parents settled in C 5 CONC himoke. When they left there he was a lad of nine years. The country at t 5 CONC hat time was wild and uncultivated, and infested with bears, wolves, pa 5 CONC nthers, catamounts, etc., of which the father trapped and shot many. Th 5 CONC e school privileges of those days were exceedingly limited. After going t 5 CONC o Mifflin County young Daniel was converted to religion through the pre 5 CONC aching of Revs. Allbright and Miller. Six years later he removed with h 5 CONC is parents across the mountains to Lost Creek Valley, where he lived un 5 CONC til reaching his majority. Then obtaining permission from his father to t 5 CONC ake his ax and mattock, he left home and commenced in earnest the strug 5 CONC gle of life on his own account. A year later, visiting his parents, he f 5 CONC ound them greatly in need of money, and gave them $4 in consideration o 5 CONC f the tools which he had taken. He thus commenced in life with absolute 5 CONC ly nothing. Returning to Jackson Valley he commenced making shingles at t 5 CONC he rate of fifty cents pet day in the summer season, and thirty-five ce 5 CONC nts in the winter. Notwithstanding these small wages he managed to lay b 5 CONC y a snug sum of money for those times, and shortly afterward began the e 5 CONC stablishment of a home of his own by his marriage, April 12, 1814 with M 5 CONC iss Catharine Harpster. The young people commenced life together in a m 5 CONC anner suitable to their means and position, and lived in the valley six y 5 CONC ears. To them were born to them three sons, John, Matthias and George, b 5 CONC ut notwithstanding the increase in the family, wages remained the same. D 5 CONC aniel Wonder, about 1820, removed to Ohio, and there were afterward add 5 CONC ed six children to the family circle. His industry and perseverance in d 5 CONC ue time met with their reward, and he was enabled to do as he had alway 5 CONC s desired, viz: devote the balance of his life to the spreading of the G 5 CONC ospel. He had at an early age identified himself with the Evangelical A 5 CONC ssociation, and remained connected with this until his death, which too 5 CONC k place in 1887. Dr. Ezra Wonder, in 1880, put up his business block, w 5 CONC hich is two stories in height, and occupies 5 CONT 5 CONT 156 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT an area 23x90 feet. In 1882 he erected another store building by its si 5 CONC de and of corresponding size. The upper half of the latter building com 5 CONC prises the Opera House. In 1881 he built a fine residence located in th 5 CONC e northeastern part of the town, which with its grounds is an ornament t 5 CONC o the city. He is recognized as one of the most liberal and public-spi 5 CONC rited men in the place. Politically, Dr. Wonder is a stalwart Republica 5 CONC n. 1 CENS 2 DATE 1850 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1850 2 PLAC Thompson, Seneca county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S903@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT 1850 Thompson, Senece County, Ohio census 5 CONT 5 CONT p.16 of 40 5 CONT 27 Aug 1850 5 CONT 472/484 5 CONT Daniel Wander 55 M Farmer 7,000 RE Penn 5 CONT Catherine 55 M Penn 5 CONT Andrew J. 20 M Laborer Ohio 5 CONT Ezra 18 M Ohio 5 CONT Cyntha 15 F Ohio 5 CONT Richard Harpster 13 M Ohio 5 CONT John Nichols 10 M Ohio 1 RESI 2 DATE 1861 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1861 2 PLAC Wakarusa, Indiana, in the Spring 2 SOUR @S1113@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Dr. Ezra Wonder - Pages 153, 154, 155 & 156 cut out and sent to daughte 5 CONC r Edith M. Millar ... Portland, Oregon 5/30/42. 5 CONT Copy following provided by Bill Wever - from book shelved at NE State H 5 CONC istorical Society, Lincoln, NE. 5 CONT 5 CONT 154 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT R. EZRA WONDER, practicing physician, and prominent among the business m 5 CONC en of Blue Springs, has followed the practice of medicine for a period o 5 CONC f fourteen years in this place, and is in the enjoyment of a good patro 5 CONC nage. He is also conducting a drug-store, and is joint owner of the Ope 5 CONC ra House Block. Dr. Wonder came to this county in the summer of 1874, a 5 CONC rriving at Blue Springs on the 16th of August, when there were not more t 5 CONC han 150 inhabitants in the place. Most of these have now disappeared, h 5 CONC aving been removed by death or other circumstances. He was called upon t 5 CONC hat very day to attend a patient, although there were four other physic 5 CONC ians. These soon left the town, and Dr. Wonder was thus in possession o 5 CONC f the entire field. He has made good use of his time and opportunities, a 5 CONC nd is one of the most popular members of his profession in Southern Neb 5 CONC raska. 5 CONT Seneca County, Ohio, was the birthplace of our subject, and where he f 5 CONC irst opened his eyes to the light Sept. 17, 1833. He completed his educ 5 CONC ation in the High School of that place, began the study of medicine, an 5 CONC d subsequently entered the office of Dr. J. Myers, in Carey, Ohio, unde 5 CONC r whose instruction he remained for a period of four years. He then ent 5 CONC ered upon a course of lectures in the Cincinnati Medical College, and b 5 CONC egan the practice of his profession at New Riegel, in Seneca County. Th 5 CONC ere he remained two years, then returning to Carey, became the partner o 5 CONC f his former tutor, Dr. Myers, with whom he remained until the spring o 5 CONC f 1861. 5 CONT Our subject now changed his residence from the Buckeye State to Wakarus 5 CONC a, Ind., where he sojourned for a period of four years. Thence he retur 5 CONC ned to Carey, Ohio, where he established a drug-store and followed his p 5 CONC rofession successfully until 1874. His next removal was to this State, w 5 CONC here he enjoys a fine reputation and the confidence of a large patronag 5 CONC e in a marked degree. Dr. Wonder was married in Carey, Ohio, Oct. 1, 18 5 CONC 57, to Miss Mary A. Kimball, and they are now the parents of six childr 5 CONC en, the youngest of whom, Eddie, died at the age of three years and nin 5 CONC e months. The survivors have reached mature years, arid are named respe 5 CONC ctively Ruah Alma, Nathan D., Elmer E., Addie May and Edith M. Mrs. Won 5 CONC der is the daughter of Capt. Nathan Kimball, a farmer by occupation, an 5 CONC d a resident of Carey, Ohio. She was born there Feb. 22, 1836, and cont 5 CONC inued under time parental roof until her marriage. Capt. Kimball was a n 5 CONC ative of Maine, and earned his military title in the War of 1812. After t 5 CONC he conflict had ended he settled in the Buckeye State, of which he rema 5 CONC ined a resident until his death. The mother, Mrs. Mary Ann. Kimball, re 5 CONC sides in Wakarusa, Ind., in her eighty-fourth year. 5 CONT Daniel Wonder, the father of our subject, was born in Mifflin County, P 5 CONC a., April 12, 1791, and upon reaching manhood was there married to Miss 5 CONT 5 CONT GAGE COUNTY 155 5 CONT 5 CONT Catherine Harpster. They became the parents of nine children, and i 5 CONC n middle life left the Keystone state with their little family and sett 5 CONC led among the pioneers of Stark County, Ohio. The father cleared a trac 5 CONC t of land, making considerable improvements, but seven years later went i 5 CONC nto Seneca County, and entered a quarter-section from the Government. F 5 CONC rom this he built up one of the finest farms in that region, erected a l 5 CONC arge barn and a commodious brick house, the latter the first of its kin 5 CONC d in that region, and the brick of which he manufactured himself. This s 5 CONC tructure is still standing and is often pointed out to the passing trav 5 CONC eler as one of the landmarks of the early days. Daniel Wonder became pr 5 CONC ominent in the affairs of Seneca County, holding township offices, and b 5 CONC eing generally interested in the enterprises calculated for the advance 5 CONC ment of the people. He was identified with the Evangelical Association, a 5 CONC nd died on the 20th of February, 1887, after reaching the advanced age o 5 CONC f ninety-five years, tell months and eight days. The mother died in 186 5 CONC 3. Mathias Wonder, the great-grandfather of our subject, belonged to th 5 CONC e German nobility, and was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemberg. He came o 5 CONC f a very wealthy family, and emigrated to America when his son Andrew w 5 CONC as a little lad seven years of age. They made the ocean voyage in a sai 5 CONC ling-vessel, and were nine months crossing the Atlantic. They landed at P 5 CONC hiladelphia, and settled in York County, Pa., where the great-grandfath 5 CONC er died in middle life when only forty years old. His son Andrew was th 5 CONC e eldest of the family, and married Miss Catherine Swartz, of Little Yo 5 CONC rk, Pa. To them were born twelve children. They lived within five miles o 5 CONC f Little York seven years, then removed north fifty miles to Chimoke. L 5 CONC ater they went into Mifflin County, and afterward lived in different po 5 CONC rtions of the Keystone State, where Grandfather Wonder followed his tra 5 CONC de of wheelwright. He finally settled in Wayne County, Ohio, and with h 5 CONC is wife lived to a great age, his death occurring when he was eighty-fo 5 CONC ur years and six months old. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionar 5 CONC y War, receiving an honorable wound, and thereafter drew a pension. A 5 CONC mong the children of Andrew and Catherine Wonder was Daniel. who became t 5 CONC he father of our subject. He was born five miles from Little York, Pa., A 5 CONC pril 12, 1792 and was a babe of five months when his parents settled in C 5 CONC himoke. When they left there he was a lad of nine years. The country at t 5 CONC hat time was wild and uncultivated, and infested with bears, wolves, pa 5 CONC nthers, catamounts, etc., of which the father trapped and shot many. Th 5 CONC e school privileges of those days were exceedingly limited. After going t 5 CONC o Mifflin County young Daniel was converted to religion through the pre 5 CONC aching of Revs. Allbright and Miller. Six years later he removed with h 5 CONC is parents across the mountains to Lost Creek Valley, where he lived un 5 CONC til reaching his majority. Then obtaining permission from his father to t 5 CONC ake his ax and mattock, he left home and commenced in earnest the strug 5 CONC gle of life on his own account. A year later, visiting his parents, he f 5 CONC ound them greatly in need of money, and gave them $4 in consideration o 5 CONC f the tools which he had taken. He thus commenced in life with absolute 5 CONC ly nothing. Returning to Jackson Valley he commenced making shingles at t 5 CONC he rate of fifty cents pet day in the summer season, and thirty-five ce 5 CONC nts in the winter. Notwithstanding these small wages he managed to lay b 5 CONC y a snug sum of money for those times, and shortly afterward began the e 5 CONC stablishment of a home of his own by his marriage, April 12, 1814 with M 5 CONC iss Catharine Harpster. The young people commenced life together in a m 5 CONC anner suitable to their means and position, and lived in the valley six y 5 CONC ears. To them were born to them three sons, John, Matthias and George, b 5 CONC ut notwithstanding the increase in the family, wages remained the same. D 5 CONC aniel Wonder, about 1820, removed to Ohio, and there were afterward add 5 CONC ed six children to the family circle. His industry and perseverance in d 5 CONC ue time met with their reward, and he was enabled to do as he had alway 5 CONC s desired, viz: devote the balance of his life to the spreading of the G 5 CONC ospel. He had at an early age identified himself with the Evangelical A 5 CONC ssociation, and remained connected with this until his death, which too 5 CONC k place in 1887. Dr. Ezra Wonder, in 1880, put up his business block, w 5 CONC hich is two stories in height, and occupies 5 CONT 5 CONT 156 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT an area 23x90 feet. In 1882 he erected another store building by its si 5 CONC de and of corresponding size. The upper half of the latter building com 5 CONC prises the Opera House. In 1881 he built a fine residence located in th 5 CONC e northeastern part of the town, which with its grounds is an ornament t 5 CONC o the city. He is recognized as one of the most liberal and public-spi 5 CONC rited men in the place. Politically, Dr. Wonder is a stalwart Republica 5 CONC n. 1 RESI 2 DATE BET 1865 AND 1874 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1865 2 PLAC Carey, Wyandot county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S1113@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Dr. Ezra Wonder - Pages 153, 154, 155 & 156 cut out and sent to daughte 5 CONC r Edith M. Millar ... Portland, Oregon 5/30/42. 5 CONT Copy following provided by Bill Wever - from book shelved at NE State H 5 CONC istorical Society, Lincoln, NE. 5 CONT 5 CONT 154 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT R. EZRA WONDER, practicing physician, and prominent among the business m 5 CONC en of Blue Springs, has followed the practice of medicine for a period o 5 CONC f fourteen years in this place, and is in the enjoyment of a good patro 5 CONC nage. He is also conducting a drug-store, and is joint owner of the Ope 5 CONC ra House Block. Dr. Wonder came to this county in the summer of 1874, a 5 CONC rriving at Blue Springs on the 16th of August, when there were not more t 5 CONC han 150 inhabitants in the place. Most of these have now disappeared, h 5 CONC aving been removed by death or other circumstances. He was called upon t 5 CONC hat very day to attend a patient, although there were four other physic 5 CONC ians. These soon left the town, and Dr. Wonder was thus in possession o 5 CONC f the entire field. He has made good use of his time and opportunities, a 5 CONC nd is one of the most popular members of his profession in Southern Neb 5 CONC raska. 5 CONT Seneca County, Ohio, was the birthplace of our subject, and where he f 5 CONC irst opened his eyes to the light Sept. 17, 1833. He completed his educ 5 CONC ation in the High School of that place, began the study of medicine, an 5 CONC d subsequently entered the office of Dr. J. Myers, in Carey, Ohio, unde 5 CONC r whose instruction he remained for a period of four years. He then ent 5 CONC ered upon a course of lectures in the Cincinnati Medical College, and b 5 CONC egan the practice of his profession at New Riegel, in Seneca County. Th 5 CONC ere he remained two years, then returning to Carey, became the partner o 5 CONC f his former tutor, Dr. Myers, with whom he remained until the spring o 5 CONC f 1861. 5 CONT Our subject now changed his residence from the Buckeye State to Wakarus 5 CONC a, Ind., where he sojourned for a period of four years. Thence he retur 5 CONC ned to Carey, Ohio, where he established a drug-store and followed his p 5 CONC rofession successfully until 1874. His next removal was to this State, w 5 CONC here he enjoys a fine reputation and the confidence of a large patronag 5 CONC e in a marked degree. Dr. Wonder was married in Carey, Ohio, Oct. 1, 18 5 CONC 57, to Miss Mary A. Kimball, and they are now the parents of six childr 5 CONC en, the youngest of whom, Eddie, died at the age of three years and nin 5 CONC e months. The survivors have reached mature years, arid are named respe 5 CONC ctively Ruah Alma, Nathan D., Elmer E., Addie May and Edith M. Mrs. Won 5 CONC der is the daughter of Capt. Nathan Kimball, a farmer by occupation, an 5 CONC d a resident of Carey, Ohio. She was born there Feb. 22, 1836, and cont 5 CONC inued under time parental roof until her marriage. Capt. Kimball was a n 5 CONC ative of Maine, and earned his military title in the War of 1812. After t 5 CONC he conflict had ended he settled in the Buckeye State, of which he rema 5 CONC ined a resident until his death. The mother, Mrs. Mary Ann. Kimball, re 5 CONC sides in Wakarusa, Ind., in her eighty-fourth year. 5 CONT Daniel Wonder, the father of our subject, was born in Mifflin County, P 5 CONC a., April 12, 1791, and upon reaching manhood was there married to Miss 5 CONT 5 CONT GAGE COUNTY 155 5 CONT 5 CONT Catherine Harpster. They became the parents of nine children, and i 5 CONC n middle life left the Keystone state with their little family and sett 5 CONC led among the pioneers of Stark County, Ohio. The father cleared a trac 5 CONC t of land, making considerable improvements, but seven years later went i 5 CONC nto Seneca County, and entered a quarter-section from the Government. F 5 CONC rom this he built up one of the finest farms in that region, erected a l 5 CONC arge barn and a commodious brick house, the latter the first of its kin 5 CONC d in that region, and the brick of which he manufactured himself. This s 5 CONC tructure is still standing and is often pointed out to the passing trav 5 CONC eler as one of the landmarks of the early days. Daniel Wonder became pr 5 CONC ominent in the affairs of Seneca County, holding township offices, and b 5 CONC eing generally interested in the enterprises calculated for the advance 5 CONC ment of the people. He was identified with the Evangelical Association, a 5 CONC nd died on the 20th of February, 1887, after reaching the advanced age o 5 CONC f ninety-five years, tell months and eight days. The mother died in 186 5 CONC 3. Mathias Wonder, the great-grandfather of our subject, belonged to th 5 CONC e German nobility, and was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemberg. He came o 5 CONC f a very wealthy family, and emigrated to America when his son Andrew w 5 CONC as a little lad seven years of age. They made the ocean voyage in a sai 5 CONC ling-vessel, and were nine months crossing the Atlantic. They landed at P 5 CONC hiladelphia, and settled in York County, Pa., where the great-grandfath 5 CONC er died in middle life when only forty years old. His son Andrew was th 5 CONC e eldest of the family, and married Miss Catherine Swartz, of Little Yo 5 CONC rk, Pa. To them were born twelve children. They lived within five miles o 5 CONC f Little York seven years, then removed north fifty miles to Chimoke. L 5 CONC ater they went into Mifflin County, and afterward lived in different po 5 CONC rtions of the Keystone State, where Grandfather Wonder followed his tra 5 CONC de of wheelwright. He finally settled in Wayne County, Ohio, and with h 5 CONC is wife lived to a great age, his death occurring when he was eighty-fo 5 CONC ur years and six months old. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionar 5 CONC y War, receiving an honorable wound, and thereafter drew a pension. A 5 CONC mong the children of Andrew and Catherine Wonder was Daniel. who became t 5 CONC he father of our subject. He was born five miles from Little York, Pa., A 5 CONC pril 12, 1792 and was a babe of five months when his parents settled in C 5 CONC himoke. When they left there he was a lad of nine years. The country at t 5 CONC hat time was wild and uncultivated, and infested with bears, wolves, pa 5 CONC nthers, catamounts, etc., of which the father trapped and shot many. Th 5 CONC e school privileges of those days were exceedingly limited. After going t 5 CONC o Mifflin County young Daniel was converted to religion through the pre 5 CONC aching of Revs. Allbright and Miller. Six years later he removed with h 5 CONC is parents across the mountains to Lost Creek Valley, where he lived un 5 CONC til reaching his majority. Then obtaining permission from his father to t 5 CONC ake his ax and mattock, he left home and commenced in earnest the strug 5 CONC gle of life on his own account. A year later, visiting his parents, he f 5 CONC ound them greatly in need of money, and gave them $4 in consideration o 5 CONC f the tools which he had taken. He thus commenced in life with absolute 5 CONC ly nothing. Returning to Jackson Valley he commenced making shingles at t 5 CONC he rate of fifty cents pet day in the summer season, and thirty-five ce 5 CONC nts in the winter. Notwithstanding these small wages he managed to lay b 5 CONC y a snug sum of money for those times, and shortly afterward began the e 5 CONC stablishment of a home of his own by his marriage, April 12, 1814 with M 5 CONC iss Catharine Harpster. The young people commenced life together in a m 5 CONC anner suitable to their means and position, and lived in the valley six y 5 CONC ears. To them were born to them three sons, John, Matthias and George, b 5 CONC ut notwithstanding the increase in the family, wages remained the same. D 5 CONC aniel Wonder, about 1820, removed to Ohio, and there were afterward add 5 CONC ed six children to the family circle. His industry and perseverance in d 5 CONC ue time met with their reward, and he was enabled to do as he had alway 5 CONC s desired, viz: devote the balance of his life to the spreading of the G 5 CONC ospel. He had at an early age identified himself with the Evangelical A 5 CONC ssociation, and remained connected with this until his death, which too 5 CONC k place in 1887. Dr. Ezra Wonder, in 1880, put up his business block, w 5 CONC hich is two stories in height, and occupies 5 CONT 5 CONT 156 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT an area 23x90 feet. In 1882 he erected another store building by its si 5 CONC de and of corresponding size. The upper half of the latter building com 5 CONC prises the Opera House. In 1881 he built a fine residence located in th 5 CONC e northeastern part of the town, which with its grounds is an ornament t 5 CONC o the city. He is recognized as one of the most liberal and public-spi 5 CONC rited men in the place. Politically, Dr. Wonder is a stalwart Republica 5 CONC n. 1 RESI 2 DATE 16 AUG 1874 2 PLAC Blue Springs, Gage County, Nebraska 2 SOUR @S1113@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Dr. Ezra Wonder - Pages 153, 154, 155 & 156 cut out and sent to daughte 5 CONC r Edith M. Millar ... Portland, Oregon 5/30/42. 5 CONT Copy following provided by Bill Wever - from book shelved at NE State H 5 CONC istorical Society, Lincoln, NE. 5 CONT 5 CONT 154 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT R. EZRA WONDER, practicing physician, and prominent among the business m 5 CONC en of Blue Springs, has followed the practice of medicine for a period o 5 CONC f fourteen years in this place, and is in the enjoyment of a good patro 5 CONC nage. He is also conducting a drug-store, and is joint owner of the Ope 5 CONC ra House Block. Dr. Wonder came to this county in the summer of 1874, a 5 CONC rriving at Blue Springs on the 16th of August, when there were not more t 5 CONC han 150 inhabitants in the place. Most of these have now disappeared, h 5 CONC aving been removed by death or other circumstances. He was called upon t 5 CONC hat very day to attend a patient, although there were four other physic 5 CONC ians. These soon left the town, and Dr. Wonder was thus in possession o 5 CONC f the entire field. He has made good use of his time and opportunities, a 5 CONC nd is one of the most popular members of his profession in Southern Neb 5 CONC raska. 5 CONT Seneca County, Ohio, was the birthplace of our subject, and where he f 5 CONC irst opened his eyes to the light Sept. 17, 1833. He completed his educ 5 CONC ation in the High School of that place, began the study of medicine, an 5 CONC d subsequently entered the office of Dr. J. Myers, in Carey, Ohio, unde 5 CONC r whose instruction he remained for a period of four years. He then ent 5 CONC ered upon a course of lectures in the Cincinnati Medical College, and b 5 CONC egan the practice of his profession at New Riegel, in Seneca County. Th 5 CONC ere he remained two years, then returning to Carey, became the partner o 5 CONC f his former tutor, Dr. Myers, with whom he remained until the spring o 5 CONC f 1861. 5 CONT Our subject now changed his residence from the Buckeye State to Wakarus 5 CONC a, Ind., where he sojourned for a period of four years. Thence he retur 5 CONC ned to Carey, Ohio, where he established a drug-store and followed his p 5 CONC rofession successfully until 1874. His next removal was to this State, w 5 CONC here he enjoys a fine reputation and the confidence of a large patronag 5 CONC e in a marked degree. Dr. Wonder was married in Carey, Ohio, Oct. 1, 18 5 CONC 57, to Miss Mary A. Kimball, and they are now the parents of six childr 5 CONC en, the youngest of whom, Eddie, died at the age of three years and nin 5 CONC e months. The survivors have reached mature years, arid are named respe 5 CONC ctively Ruah Alma, Nathan D., Elmer E., Addie May and Edith M. Mrs. Won 5 CONC der is the daughter of Capt. Nathan Kimball, a farmer by occupation, an 5 CONC d a resident of Carey, Ohio. She was born there Feb. 22, 1836, and cont 5 CONC inued under time parental roof until her marriage. Capt. Kimball was a n 5 CONC ative of Maine, and earned his military title in the War of 1812. After t 5 CONC he conflict had ended he settled in the Buckeye State, of which he rema 5 CONC ined a resident until his death. The mother, Mrs. Mary Ann. Kimball, re 5 CONC sides in Wakarusa, Ind., in her eighty-fourth year. 5 CONT Daniel Wonder, the father of our subject, was born in Mifflin County, P 5 CONC a., April 12, 1791, and upon reaching manhood was there married to Miss 5 CONT 5 CONT GAGE COUNTY 155 5 CONT 5 CONT Catherine Harpster. They became the parents of nine children, and i 5 CONC n middle life left the Keystone state with their little family and sett 5 CONC led among the pioneers of Stark County, Ohio. The father cleared a trac 5 CONC t of land, making considerable improvements, but seven years later went i 5 CONC nto Seneca County, and entered a quarter-section from the Government. F 5 CONC rom this he built up one of the finest farms in that region, erected a l 5 CONC arge barn and a commodious brick house, the latter the first of its kin 5 CONC d in that region, and the brick of which he manufactured himself. This s 5 CONC tructure is still standing and is often pointed out to the passing trav 5 CONC eler as one of the landmarks of the early days. Daniel Wonder became pr 5 CONC ominent in the affairs of Seneca County, holding township offices, and b 5 CONC eing generally interested in the enterprises calculated for the advance 5 CONC ment of the people. He was identified with the Evangelical Association, a 5 CONC nd died on the 20th of February, 1887, after reaching the advanced age o 5 CONC f ninety-five years, tell months and eight days. The mother died in 186 5 CONC 3. Mathias Wonder, the great-grandfather of our subject, belonged to th 5 CONC e German nobility, and was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemberg. He came o 5 CONC f a very wealthy family, and emigrated to America when his son Andrew w 5 CONC as a little lad seven years of age. They made the ocean voyage in a sai 5 CONC ling-vessel, and were nine months crossing the Atlantic. They landed at P 5 CONC hiladelphia, and settled in York County, Pa., where the great-grandfath 5 CONC er died in middle life when only forty years old. His son Andrew was th 5 CONC e eldest of the family, and married Miss Catherine Swartz, of Little Yo 5 CONC rk, Pa. To them were born twelve children. They lived within five miles o 5 CONC f Little York seven years, then removed north fifty miles to Chimoke. L 5 CONC ater they went into Mifflin County, and afterward lived in different po 5 CONC rtions of the Keystone State, where Grandfather Wonder followed his tra 5 CONC de of wheelwright. He finally settled in Wayne County, Ohio, and with h 5 CONC is wife lived to a great age, his death occurring when he was eighty-fo 5 CONC ur years and six months old. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionar 5 CONC y War, receiving an honorable wound, and thereafter drew a pension. A 5 CONC mong the children of Andrew and Catherine Wonder was Daniel. who became t 5 CONC he father of our subject. He was born five miles from Little York, Pa., A 5 CONC pril 12, 1792 and was a babe of five months when his parents settled in C 5 CONC himoke. When they left there he was a lad of nine years. The country at t 5 CONC hat time was wild and uncultivated, and infested with bears, wolves, pa 5 CONC nthers, catamounts, etc., of which the father trapped and shot many. Th 5 CONC e school privileges of those days were exceedingly limited. After going t 5 CONC o Mifflin County young Daniel was converted to religion through the pre 5 CONC aching of Revs. Allbright and Miller. Six years later he removed with h 5 CONC is parents across the mountains to Lost Creek Valley, where he lived un 5 CONC til reaching his majority. Then obtaining permission from his father to t 5 CONC ake his ax and mattock, he left home and commenced in earnest the strug 5 CONC gle of life on his own account. A year later, visiting his parents, he f 5 CONC ound them greatly in need of money, and gave them $4 in consideration o 5 CONC f the tools which he had taken. He thus commenced in life with absolute 5 CONC ly nothing. Returning to Jackson Valley he commenced making shingles at t 5 CONC he rate of fifty cents pet day in the summer season, and thirty-five ce 5 CONC nts in the winter. Notwithstanding these small wages he managed to lay b 5 CONC y a snug sum of money for those times, and shortly afterward began the e 5 CONC stablishment of a home of his own by his marriage, April 12, 1814 with M 5 CONC iss Catharine Harpster. The young people commenced life together in a m 5 CONC anner suitable to their means and position, and lived in the valley six y 5 CONC ears. To them were born to them three sons, John, Matthias and George, b 5 CONC ut notwithstanding the increase in the family, wages remained the same. D 5 CONC aniel Wonder, about 1820, removed to Ohio, and there were afterward add 5 CONC ed six children to the family circle. His industry and perseverance in d 5 CONC ue time met with their reward, and he was enabled to do as he had alway 5 CONC s desired, viz: devote the balance of his life to the spreading of the G 5 CONC ospel. He had at an early age identified himself with the Evangelical A 5 CONC ssociation, and remained connected with this until his death, which too 5 CONC k place in 1887. Dr. Ezra Wonder, in 1880, put up his business block, w 5 CONC hich is two stories in height, and occupies 5 CONT 5 CONT 156 GAGE COUNTY 5 CONT 5 CONT an area 23x90 feet. In 1882 he erected another store building by its si 5 CONC de and of corresponding size. The upper half of the latter building com 5 CONC prises the Opera House. In 1881 he built a fine residence located in th 5 CONC e northeastern part of the town, which with its grounds is an ornament t 5 CONC o the city. He is recognized as one of the most liberal and public-spi 5 CONC rited men in the place. Politically, Dr. Wonder is a stalwart Republica 5 CONC n. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 JUN 1895 2 PLAC Blue Springs, Gage County, Nebraska 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 22 JUN 1895 2 _SDATE 23 JUN 1895 2 PLAC Blue Springs-Wymore Twp, Gage County, Nebraska 1 FAMS @F204@ 1 FAMC @F3307@ 0 @I604@ INDI 1 NAME John /Wire/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Wire 1 SEX M 1 _UID 30A1DA36511BBE41BBF9B716A25479CA0662 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 AUG 2005 1 NOTE He was a Mason. 2 CONT 2 CONT Wire in Margaret's obituary, in John's obituary, and on gravemarkers; W 2 CONC yer in Nathan's War of 1812 pension file. 1 SOUR @S392@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1829 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1829 1 DEAT 2 CAUS died suddenly after having been ill from La Grip 2 DATE 23 JAN 1901 2 PLAC Wakarusa, Elkhart County, Indiana 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 23 JAN 1901 2 _SDATE 24 JAN 1901 2 PLAC North Union Cemetery, Locke Twp., Elkhart County, Indiana 2 NOTE Funeral at Christian Church in Wakarusa. 1 FAMS @F205@ 0 @I605@ INDI 1 NAME Hortense /Wiles/ 2 GIVN Hortense 2 SURN Wiles 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6A41270D372B8A4AAD138B2163352F5DA55F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F203@ 0 @I606@ INDI 1 NAME Jessie /Wiles/ 2 GIVN Jessie 2 SURN Wiles 1 SEX F 1 _UID C3E96BCADA6637499B7E931621B7EED902CC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F203@ 0 @I608@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin J. /Yule/ 2 GIVN Benjamin J. 2 SURN Yule 1 SEX M 1 _UID 50CD91997960D748ABD52F82DBEA637F17AE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 SOUR @S91@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S92@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S93@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S242@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S243@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 DEC 1832 2 PLAC Oneida county, New York 2 SOUR @S243@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 DATE AFT 1856 2 _SDATE 1 JAN 1857 2 NOTE They located in Calumet County, Wisconsin, soon after marriage 1 RESI 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Elba, Dodge County 1 RESI 2 DATE 1877 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1877 2 PLAC Columbus, Columbia County 2 NOTE 213 acres in Section 12 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 JUL 1917 2 PLAC Columbus, [Columbia or Dodge county]?, Wisconsin 1 FAMS @F206@ 1 FAMC @F2548@ 0 @I609@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Chapman/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Chapman 1 SEX F 1 _UID B21D682C6748EC4E8434E557C18D0542D535 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 MAY 2001 1 FAMS @F207@ 0 @I612@ INDI 1 NAME Newton Lucius /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Newton Lucius 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7D2D36CFDAA43A47B3B5EA48BA690C9C1337 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 JUL 2004 1 NOTE Susan Daniel's maternal grandfather. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 DEC 1889 2 PLAC Parker, Turner county, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 FEB 1961 2 PLAC Oregon, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F213@ 1 FAMC @F221@ 0 @I613@ INDI 1 NAME Bertha Sophia /Englund/ 2 GIVN Bertha Sophia 2 SURN Englund 1 SEX F 1 _UID BC43F04BE4F4FD4FB8A5857071984E20274A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 JUL 2001 1 NOTE Susan Daniel's maternal grandmother. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAR 1887 2 PLAC Vermillion, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 OCT 1971 2 PLAC Oregon, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F213@ 0 @I645@ INDI 1 NAME John /Kimble\Kimball/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Kimble\Kimball 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6658BC26CD3F694E919ED18B0604E3623DAA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 MAY 2005 1 NOTE From 1840 Pensioner Census (see sources) 2 CONT 2 CONT John Kimball 76 Samul Philips Moira, Franklin County Kimbal, Kimble, Ph 2 CONC illips (b.ca 1764) 2 CONT Elizabeth Kimber 80 Minisink Orange 2 CONT Ephraim Kimdle 84 E. Kimdle Sandy Creek, Oswego County. Kimble 1 SOUR @S529@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 SOUR @S928@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Name: John KIMBLE Location: Holland NY 35 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1769 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1769 1 CENS 2 DATE 1820 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1820 2 PLAC Holland, Niagara [Erie] county, New York 2 SOUR @S652@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1849 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 27 SEP 1849 2 _SDATE 28 SEP 1849 2 PLAC Protection Cemetery, Holland, Erie county, New York 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE Revolutionary War 2 NOTE Military 1 FAMS @F3120@ 0 @I646@ INDI 1 NAME Parkhurst E. /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Parkhurst E. 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX M 1 _UID 73BBD52240020145B6D29CA8725CCC5E7142 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Patentee Name 2 CONT 2 CONT State; Issue Date; Doc. Nr.; Accession or Serial Nr 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Parkhurst A. Pomeroy 2 CONT 2 CONT SD; 06/14/1884; 1992; SDMTAA 106469 2 CONT 6-14-1884, South Dakota. (image not online, no further data available o 2 CONC nline) 2 CONT 2 CONT SD; 06/03/1887; 6694; SDMTAA 106565 2 CONT 6-3-1887, South Dakota. (image not online, no further data available on 2 CONC line). 2 CONT 2 CONT ND; 11/11/1912; 03495; 300023 2 CONT 11-11-1912, North Dakota: SE 1/4 of Sec 12 in T140N R77W of the 5th Pri 2 CONC nciple Meridian, North Dakota, 160 acres. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT 1912 Plat Map Index - Burleigh County ND (C. Burkart). . . . 2 CONT 2 CONT Published by the Odessa Digital Library - 17 May 1998 2 CONT http://pixel.cs.vt.edu/library/odessa.html 2 CONT 2 CONT This document may be freely used for personal, nonprofit 2 CONT purposes or linked by other WWW sites. It may also be 2 CONT shared with others, provided the header with copyright 2 CONT notice is included. However, it may not be republished 2 CONT in any form without permission of the copyright owner. 2 CONT 2 CONT Copyright 1998, CB, 2816 Greenbrier Place, Coquitlam, B.C. 2 CONT V3E 2S4 Canada, cburkart@smartt.com 2 CONT 2 CONT NOTE: This information is extracted from Film 6880. Please see the Nor 2 CONC th Dakota 2 CONT Plat Map Film Index for a complete listing of North Dakota films and fo 2 CONC r further 2 CONT information. 2 CONT 2 CONT Burleigh County, ND 2 CONT 2 CONT Last, First Name Twp Rge Section R 2 CONC emarks 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Pomeroy, P. A. 140N 77W 12 H 2 CONC . E. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Burleigh county, ND, BLM Records - "P" Surnames 2 CONT 2 CONT Data edited and prepared by Joy Fisher, jfisher@ucla.edu. This file 2 CONT may be freely copied by individuals and non-profit organizations 2 CONT for their private use. All other rights reserved. Formatted for the NDG 2 CONC enWeb 2 CONT Archives by Joe Zsedeny, jzsed@slic.com. 2 CONT 2 CONT Any other use, including publication, storage in a retrieval 2 CONT system, or transmission by electronic, mechanical, or other 2 CONT means requires the written approval of the file's author. 2 CONT 2 CONT The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) inherited the functions of the 2 CONT General Land Office when it was established by Congress in 1946. The 2 CONT South Dakota Land Patents Database, derived from General Land Office an 2 CONC d 2 CONT BLM information, contains deeds (primarily patents) issued by the Unite 2 CONC d 2 CONT States in the region now known as the State of South Dakota between 185 2 CONC 9 2 CONT and 1995. While BLM has been referred to as "the Nations record keeper" 2 CONC , 2 CONT it is the National Archives that actually keeps the files. The BLM, 2 CONT maintains diagrammatic plats known as Master Title Plats, which depict 2 CONT lands which are owned by the United States and lands which are patented 2 CONC . 2 CONT However, these plats do not have any information about who the lands we 2 CONC re 2 CONT patented to. That information which has only been available after tedio 2 CONC us 2 CONT research, is available now in this database. 2 CONT 2 CONT The North Dakota Land Patents Database contains the following informati 2 CONC on for 2 CONT each land transaction: date, location (township, range, section, meridi 2 CONC an), 2 CONT name of person the land was patented to, case type, conveyance type, co 2 CONC unty, 2 CONT and the patent document identification number. 2 CONT 2 CONT Using this information you can obtain copies of the patent file for $10 f 2 CONC rom 2 CONT the National Archives at the following address: 2 CONT 2 CONT Reference Branch (Lands) 2 CONT National Archives 2 CONT Washington, DC 20408 2 CONT (202) 501-5428 2 CONT 2 CONT You need to submit your request on a copy of Form 84. To get the form, s 2 CONC end 2 CONT an e-mail message to 2 CONT 2 CONT inquire@nara.gov 2 CONT 2 CONT In the body of the message, be sure to ask for Form 84 "Order for Copie 2 CONC s of 2 CONT Land Entry Files", tell them how many copies you want (get at least 2, i 2 CONC n case 2 CONT you make a mistake) and give your name and snail address so they can se 2 CONC nd you 2 CONT the forms. 2 CONT 2 CONT (Or you can send a snail mail letter to above address). Sending by e-ma 2 CONC il takes 2 CONT less than a week; by snail mail both ways takes about 2 weeks. 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Key to Case Types 2 CONT 2 CONT 181000- Public Lands Litigation 2 CONT 186001- Quit claim deed by US 2 CONT 210000- Acquisition by US 2 CONT 220000- Land exchange 2 CONT 230000- Withdrawal of Land by US 2 CONT 240000- Classification of Lands by US 2 CONT 250000 Disposition: Use and Occupancy 2 CONT 251000- Homestead 2 CONT 252000- Desert Land Act 2 CONT 253000- Indian Patents 2 CONT 254000- Color of Title Act 2 CONT 255000- Mining Claim Occupancy Act 2 CONT 260000 Grants 2 CONT 261000- Military Scrip Warrant Patents 2 CONT 262000- Lands to the State of South Dakota 2 CONT 262500- Swamp Land 2 CONT 263000- Rail Road Grants 2 CONT 264000- Airport conveyance act 2 CONT 270000 Sales 2 CONT 271000- Public Land Sale 2 CONT 272000- Cash 2 CONT 273000- Small Tract 2 CONT 274000- Recreation & Public Purposes 2 CONT 275000- Cemeteries and Parks 2 CONT 276000- Townsites 2 CONT 278000- Unintentional Trespass 2 CONT 371000 Multiple Use Act 2 CONT 386000 Mining Laws 2 CONT 386200- Lode Mining Claims 2 CONT 386300- Placer Mining Claims 2 CONT 386400- Millsite Claims 2 CONT 2 CONT Land Conveyance types in this database: 2 CONT PA - Patent 2 CONT GD - Grant Deed 2 CONT WD - Warranty Deed 2 CONT 2 CONT Land Conveyances to the State of South Dakota 2 CONT IL - State Lieu Selection (Lands the State selected in-lieu of 2 CONT sections 16 and 36, which they were entitled to but did not receive) 2 CONT LS - Forest Lieu Selection 2 CONT SG - State Grant 2 CONT SS - State Selection 2 CONT 2 CONT Meridians 2 CONT 05 - 5th Principal Meridian -- located in the eastern part of Iowa 2 CONT 06 - 6th Principal Meridian -- located south of Yankton - not used by e 2 CONC ast River counties 2 CONT 07 - Black Hills Meridian -- located on the SD - WY border 2 CONT 2 CONT NAME MERIDIAN TWP RANGE SECTION ACREAG 2 CONC E TYPE CASETYPE DOCID DATE 2 CONT ---- -------- --- ----- ------- ------ 2 CONC - ---- -------- ----- ---- 2 CONT 2 CONT POMEROY PARKHURST A 05 140 N 077 W 012 16 2 CONC 0 251101 PA 300023 11/11/1912 2 CONT 2 CONT Susan Daniel's relative Irma Dicke (Newton Pomeroy's only daughter), s 2 CONC ays it's Pankhurst- but I have only seen the name "Parkhurst" as a fami 2 CONC ly name... 1 SOUR @S1256@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 4 CONT about Parkhurst E Pomeroy 4 CONT Name: Parkhurst E Pomeroy 4 CONT Death Date: 31 Jan 1893 4 CONT County: Milwaukee 4 CONT Volume: 17 4 CONT Page #: 0197 4 CONT Reel: 075 4 CONT Image: 0171 4 CONT Index Volume: 05 4 CONT ImageNum: 104198 4 CONT Sequence #: 304940 4 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 APR 1822 2 PLAC Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S348@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Columbus, Columbia County, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S348@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 JAN 1893 2 PLAC Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin 2 NOTE Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 3 CONT about Parkhurst E Pomeroy 3 CONT Name: Parkhurst E Pomeroy 3 CONT Death Date: 31 Jan 1893 3 CONT County: Milwaukee 3 CONT Volume: 17 3 CONT Page #: 0197 3 CONT Reel: 075 3 CONT Image: 0171 3 CONT Index Volume: 05 3 CONT ImageNum: 104198 3 CONT Sequence #: 304940 3 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 3 CONT 2 SOUR @S1256@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 5 CONT about Parkhurst E Pomeroy 5 CONT Name: Parkhurst E Pomeroy 5 CONT Death Date: 31 Jan 1893 5 CONT County: Milwaukee 5 CONT Volume: 17 5 CONT Page #: 0197 5 CONT Reel: 075 5 CONT Image: 0171 5 CONT Index Volume: 05 5 CONT ImageNum: 104198 5 CONT Sequence #: 304940 5 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 5 CONT about Mary Pomeroy 5 CONT Name: Mary Pomeroy 5 CONT Death Date: 14 Aug 1884 5 CONT County: Dodge 5 CONT Volume: 01 5 CONT Page #: 0111 5 CONT Reel: 017 5 CONT Image: 2199 5 CONT Index Volume: - 5 CONT ImageNum: 104198 5 CONT Sequence #: 304933 5 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 1 FAMS @F1319@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I647@ INDI 1 NAME Franklin /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Franklin 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX M 1 _UID EAF2AB69BBA9914D9285F9067DBC3F4606F6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Floyd County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Floyd County Clerk 2 CONT 101 S. Main St. 2 CONT Charles City, IA 50616-2756 2 CONT (515) 228-7111 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Floyd County USGenWeb 2 CONT 2 CONT ? 2 CONT Patentee Name 2 CONT 2 CONT State; Issue Date; Doc. Nr.; Accession or Serial Nr 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT Pomeroy, Franklin M 2 CONT 2 CONT OR; 07/06/1908; 14902; 917 2 CONT 6 July 1908; Lot 3, SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 and E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec 18, T15 2 CONC S R8W of Willamette Meridian, Oregon. 155 acres and 56/100 acre (Land o 2 CONC ffice in Roseburg, Oregon). 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 SEP 1824 2 PLAC Geauga county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S230@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 SEP 1902 2 PLAC Rudd, Floyd county, Iowa 2 SOUR @S230@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 BURI 2 PLAC Bethany Cemetery, Calamus Township, Dodge County, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S230@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F1320@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I648@ INDI 1 NAME Tirzah /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Tirzah 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX F 1 _UID F99A26B976673C41A7556A5212AFEEDA0D51 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 APR 1826 2 PLAC Geauga county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 MAR 1906 2 PLAC Lawler, Kansas 1 FAMS @F1321@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I649@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel B. /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Daniel B. 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX M 1 _UID FAD576CD6CC3744A9C44D175FA7F5B413AD2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 SEP 2005 1 NOTE Patentee Name 2 CONT 2 CONT State; Issue Date; Doc. Nr.; Accession or Serial Nr 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT Daniel B. Pomeroy 2 CONT 2 CONT 03/10/1843; 7804; IL0860__.147 2 CONT 10 March 1843, Lot No 2, SW 1/4 of Sec 30, T43N R10W, 79 acres, and 67 h 2 CONC undredths of an acre. (Lands subject to sale at Chicago, Lake County, I 2 CONC llinois). 2 CONT 2 CONT 03/10/1843; 7914; IL0860__.257 2 CONT 10 March 1843, SE 1/4 Sec 30, T43N R10W, 160 acres. (Lands subject to s 2 CONC ale at Chicago, Lake County, Illinois). 2 CONT 2 CONT IL; 02/18/1846; 19647; IL1090__.451 2 CONT 18 Feb 1846, Lake Co., Illinois: SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec 29 of T43N R10 2 CONC W, 40 acres. (Lands subject to sale at Chicago, Lake County, Illinois) 2 CONC . 2 CONT 2 CONT 04/02/1857; 1611; MN2300__.519 2 CONT 2 April 1857, S 1/2 of SE 1/4 and SE 1/4 of SW fractional 1/4 of Sec 31 2 CONC , T104N R6W, 120 Acres. (Lands subject to sale formerly in Brownsville, n 2 CONC ow Chatfield, Minnesota Territory) 2 CONT 2 CONT 01/15/1858; 3202; MN2340__.028 2 CONT 15 Jan 1858, NW 1/4 of NW fractional 1/4 of Sec 30 T104N R6W, 36 acres a 2 CONC nd 4/100s an acre. (Lands subject to sale formerly in Brownsville, now C 2 CONC hatfield, Minnesota). 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT Hello Susan, Diana and Allen! 2 CONT 2 CONT Today on my work break I went to the Minnesota History Center and found D 2 CONC aniel B. Pomeroy in Hamilton, Minnesota in 1860. Details follow. 2 CONT 2 CONT 1860 Hamilton (Money Creek P.O.), Houston county, Minnesota (T104 R7) 2 CONT 2 CONT p.116 2 CONT 2 CONT dwelling 828, family 843 2 CONT 2 CONT Daniel B. Pomeroy, 31, Farmer 2,000 R.E. 300 P.E. b. Ohio 2 CONT Ann 27 House Keeper, b.NY 2 CONT Loretta 8 b.MN 2 CONT Daniel H. 4 b.MN 2 CONT Roseltha 3 b. MN 2 CONT 2 CONT I plan to write to Houston county for the birth records, which should p 2 CONC rovide, hopefully, his wife Ann's maiden name and where in New York she w 2 CONC as born, as well as exact birth dates and full names for the children. T 2 CONC he spelling for Roseltha is as such on the census, but of course it may a 2 CONC ctually be Rosetta like Daniel B. Pomeroy's sister. 2 CONT 2 CONT -Terry 2 CONT 2 CONT on 7/29/01 11:08 PM, Allen Kenyon at akenyon1@elp.rr.com wrote: 2 CONT 2 CONT > Terry, 2 CONT > 2 CONT > I found the following information in the Illinois Marriages to 1850 D 2 CONC atabase 2 CONT > on Ancestry. I know you were looking for his wife's maiden name. Ac 2 CONC cording 2 CONT > to records you sent me from the BLM Database, he was in the area at t 2 CONC he 2 CONT > time. 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Illinois 2 CONT > Du Page County 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Hardy, Ann W. married Pomeroy, Daniel on 04 Jul 1846 in Du Page Count 2 CONC y, 2 CONT > Illinois 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Also found in the Illinois IRAD holdings at: 2 CONT > http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/marriage.html 2 CONT > 2 CONT > In this DB, if you just type in Pomeroy in the search engine, you get a l 2 CONC ot 2 CONT > of Pomeroy marriages for that area of Illinois (Lake, Cook, DuPage, e 2 CONC tc.) 2 CONT > 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Allen 2 CONT > 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 AUG 1828 2 PLAC Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S241@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1860 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1860 2 PLAC Hamilton (Money Creek P.O.), Houston County, Minnesota 2 SOUR @S507@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 PLAC Waukoma, Iowa 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1322@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I650@ INDI 1 NAME Eli Bond /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Eli Bond 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX M 1 _UID 56D4294D7EF82842914D79F2C88742AC067D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 NOTE Columbia County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Columbia County Courthouse 2 CONT 400 Dewitt St 2 CONT P.O. Box 133 2 CONT Portage, WI 53821 2 CONT (608) 742-9677 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Columbia County USGenWeb 1 SOUR @S788@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: Re: introductions in order 4 CONT 4 CONT > I descend from two Kimble sisters, Hannah and Martha--daughters of ?? 4 CONC ?? 4 CONT > --born 1800-1803 in western NY of family probably from NJ ( the black h 4 CONC ole 4 CONT > of American genealogy--but maybe someday we will know who, where and w 4 CONC hen 4 CONT > for sure!) 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Martha Kimble m. Eber Franklin, they settled and farmed in Leon NY in t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > Holland Purchase after the war of 1812, in which Eber fought. They ha 4 CONC d many 4 CONT > (see Terry's lists!) children-- son Andrew J. Franklin married three t 4 CONC imes: 4 CONT > first wife Aurilla or Aurelia, last name unknown, committed suicide i 4 CONC n 1853 4 CONT > after killing 2 of her 7 children who hadn't already died of fire and 4 CONC /or 4 CONT > illness; her only surviving son, Lafayette Franklin, married his seco 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > cousin Emma Amelia Pomeroy-- their grandmothers were sisters. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > meanwhile... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Hannah Kimble m. Daniel Harris Pomeroy; they settled in Geauga Co. Oh 4 CONC io and 4 CONT > later moved to Elba, Dodge Co WI where they also had several children 4 CONC ; their 4 CONT > son Eli Bond Pomeroy m. Elvira Lucy Chapman, whose family arrived the 4 CONC re 4 CONT > shortly before the marriage from western NY -- originally from MA and O 4 CONC ld 4 CONT > Saybrook CT. They had one son and three daughters-- daughter Emma Ame 4 CONC lia 4 CONT > Pomeroy married her second cousin Lafayette Franklin after they met w 4 CONC hile he 4 CONT > was passing through to MN to settle on homestead land he had send $$ t 4 CONC o his 4 CONT > fathr's 3rd wife to buy for him--she diverted it to her own use so he c 4 CONC ame 4 CONT > back to WI and married Emma. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Lafe and Emma went to South Dakota with her grandmother Electa Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > blind Uncle Jedand settled in Parker, where they farmed and had son R 4 CONC obert, 4 CONT > who died in infancy; three daughters--Myrtle, Flora and Lucy; Emma di 4 CONC ed of 4 CONT > pneumonia when their only surviving son, Newton Lucius Franklin, was y 4 CONC oung. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Newton, aka Jap because he looked either Japanese or native American ( I 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > looked, couldn't find any native connection!) was my grandfather and m 4 CONC arried 4 CONT > Bertha Sofia Englund, daughter of Swedish immigrants to Vermillion SD 4 CONC --both 4 CONT > were born in South Dakota; they went to Madison, Wisconsin where they r 4 CONC aised 4 CONT > their three daughters, Elizabeth ( my mother) Ruth ( my late aunt) an 4 CONC d 4 CONT > Susie ( who died in childhood, for whom I was named). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > My mother married Jack Kirkland Jallings, and they are now 88 and 90, 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > respectively, and live in Madison WI; the house Newton and Bertha bui 4 CONC lt out 4 CONT > near Oregon, south of Madison, has been extensively renovated by my o 4 CONC nly 4 CONT > brother, Jon Jallings; he and wife Cheryl have no children. There are t 4 CONC hree 4 CONT > girls-- Susan (me--I live in Toronto; my son Peter and wife Marcy her 4 CONC e as 4 CONT > well; my daughter Jennifer, husband Brent and new baby Zachary in San D 4 CONC iego 4 CONT > CA)-- Nancy (lives outside Atlanta GA and has 4 daughters and 2 sons- 4 CONC -second 4 CONT > oldest Jessica is getting married in Kohler WI next week)-- Rebecca ( 4 CONC lives 4 CONT > in Madison, has 3 daughters and a son and 5 grandchildren, including J 4 CONC ack 4 CONT > Jallings Sandler Page, named for our dad). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Ruth Franklin m. Kemp Franzen --both are dead now--and they had two 4 CONT > daughters, Linda ( Florida, no kids) Annie (Alaska, no kids) Jeff ( m 4 CONC . Barb, 4 CONT > 3 kids, Cedarburg WI) and the late Philip (CA and then FL). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > There are no more male Franklins to carry Eber's line in our family, a 4 CONC nd no 4 CONT > more male Pomeroys either--nor for that matter any male Jallings'! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I finished an extensive family genealogy in 2002 which is on CD--with m 4 CONC ega 4 CONT > help from Terry and other Kimble, Franklin, Pomeroy, Chapman, Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > myriad families from the other 3 family trees in my background-- and 4 CONT > currently am on a genealogy hiatus while I do other things. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Eventually.....I will have to crawl back into the Kimble zone......be 4 CONC cause 4 CONT > it is a huge question mark and I don't like unanswerable questions! 4 CONT > Meanwhile I file away everything Terry sends into the 'TBD ASAP' file 4 CONC ..... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Susan Franklin Jallings Daniel, Toronto, Canada. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > PS: If anyone is interested, I can burn all the Franklin/Kimble/Pomer 4 CONC oy 4 CONT > stuff from my megaCD to a CD and send it to you if you are willing to p 4 CONC ay 4 CONT > the costs, c. $5 or so-- 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 NOV 1830 2 PLAC Geauga county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S242@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 OCT 1894 2 PLAC Columbus, [Columbia or Dodge county], Wisconsin 1 FAMS @F220@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I651@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX F 1 _UID 196BBF94D3F12745BDB9DF61256EC0ABBB1C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 FEB 1833 2 PLAC Geauga county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 APR 1919 2 PLAC Pomona, California 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 22 APR 1919 2 PLAC Columbus, [Columbia or Dodge county], Wisconsin 1 RESI 2 PLAC Columbus, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S242@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F1323@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I652@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Lucy 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX F 1 _UID E4BC516E74DADD4BA9F1900FF48856FEDEF7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 NOTE Columbia County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Columbia County Courthouse 2 CONT 400 Dewitt St 2 CONT P.O. Box 133 2 CONT Portage, WI 53821 2 CONT (608) 742-9677 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Columbia County USGenWeb 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 MAY 1836 2 PLAC Geauga county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 JAN 1911–12 2 PLAC Columbus, Columbia County, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S242@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F206@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I653@ INDI 1 NAME Rosetta /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Rosetta 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX F 1 _UID D7889F6C7776354990B740303F9571F8C965 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 DEC 1838 2 PLAC Russell, [Geauga County?], Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 DEC 1914 2 PLAC Blue Earth County, Minnesota 2 SOUR @S1257@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Record 5 CONT about Rosetta Wilder 5 CONT Name: Rosetta Wilder 5 CONT Death Date: 3 Dec 1914 5 CONT Death County: Blue Earth 5 CONT State File Number: 001159 5 CONT Certificate Number: 001159 5 CONT Certificate Year: 1914 5 CONT Record Number: 156778 5 CONT 5 CONT Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Record 5 CONT about Fayette Wilder 5 CONT Name: Fayette Wilder 5 CONT Death Date: 27 Apr 1916 5 CONT Death County: Blue Earth 5 CONT State File Number: 001248 5 CONT Certificate Number: 001248 5 CONT Certificate Year: 1916 5 CONT Record Number: 191549 1 FAMS @F1324@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I654@ INDI 1 NAME Albanus Kimble Moulton /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Albanus Kimble Moulton 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX M 1 _UID 2B17CEFBD31A14418F4CCA6A5C38C9DC95FF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 SOUR @S231@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 JUN 1841 2 PLAC Geauga county, Ohio 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Elba, Dodge county, Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S347@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 RESI 2 PLAC Danville, Wisconsin 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1325@ 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I655@ INDI 1 NAME Mary L. /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Mary L. 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX F 1 _UID DDE11DADFE26324181ABA4D75F132EE94FDF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 OCT 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 DEC 1843 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC Elba, Dodge county, Wisconsin 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 AUG 1884 2 PLAC Dodge county, Wisconsin 2 NOTE Death index says 14th 3 CONT 3 CONT ______________________ 3 CONT 3 CONT never married; had weak eyesight and "consumptive." 3 CONT 3 CONT Death index says: 47 yrs old, b.NY, d.14 Aug 1884, cause "change of lif 3 CONC e." Dodge County Asylum, bur. cem. in Elba. 3 CONT 3 CONT _______________________________ 3 CONT 3 CONT Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 3 CONT about Mary Pomeroy 3 CONT Name: Mary Pomeroy 3 CONT Death Date: 14 Aug 1884 3 CONT County: Dodge 3 CONT Volume: 01 3 CONT Page #: 0111 3 CONT Reel: 017 3 CONT Image: 2199 3 CONT Index Volume: - 3 CONT ImageNum: 104198 3 CONT Sequence #: 304933 3 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 3 CONT 2 SOUR @S242@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Susan Daniel, 5 CONT One month plus--last day is June 29. Free at last, Lord, 5 CONT free at last! 5 CONT 5 CONT Harder to do this without being able to see what you wrote while I do 5 CONT it, so forgive the duplications; this is basically everything I've foun 5 CONC d 5 CONT in my grandmother's files, what my mother remembered, and what Cousin 5 CONT Irma Dicke (Newton & Clara Pomeroy's only daughter) told me when I 5 CONT visited her just before she died at 94 a couple of years ago--some was 5 CONT in Pomeroy book as well, but no obits or birth or marriage records I've 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT seen for any of them: 5 CONT 5 CONT Pankhurst Pomeroy : bn. Apr. 6 1822; d. Nov. 1848; m. Mary Elizabeth 5 CONT Kingsbury, lived in MilwaukeeWI, 5 CONT 4 daughters (note that Irma said 5 CONT it was definitely Pankhurst, NOT Parkhurst) 5 CONT 5 CONT Franklin Pomeroy: b. 16 Sept. 1824, m. Aug. 18, 1844 to Abagail Commins 5 CONC ; 5 CONT fought in Mexican War, 5 CONT lived in Dodge Co. WI, 2 daughters, 5 CONT 4 sons 5 CONT 5 CONT Tirzah Pomeroy, b. Apr. 17, 1826, m James King, who d. 1880; lived in 5 CONT Lawlor, Iowa, 3 d, 2 sons 5 CONT 5 CONT Daniel B. Pomeroy, b. Aug 23, 1828, m. Ann Johnson, lived in Waukoma, 5 CONT Iowa, 4 d. + 1 son, Daniel 5 CONT 5 CONT Eli Bond Pomeroy, b. Nov. 30, 1830, m. Aug. 1858 to Elvira Lucy Chapman 5 CONC , 5 CONT from Newark Valley NY 5 CONT she d. Feb. 25, 1923; he d. Oct. 2, 5 CONT 1894; lived in Columbus, WI and died there 5 CONT 5 CONT Lydia Pomeroy, b. Feb. 22, 1833, m. Alexander Roberts, lived in 5 CONT Columbus, WI; kids Edgar, James 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT (m. "Aunt Jo", Josephine, Charles, Elmer, Marcia, Eva (who 5 CONT m. Charles Keefer)-- this is 5 CONT family my mother knew as older cousins 5 CONT 5 CONT Lucy Pomeroy, b. May 4, 1836, m. Jan 17, 1855 to Benjamin Yule, d. Jan. 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT 31, 1911 in Columbus. Kids 5 CONT Harvey (m. Ellen Engolk(sp) ), Nellie, m. 5 CONT William Brewer, William H, Hobart, m. Minnie 5 CONT Milks, Hannah, m. Robert Keyes, and Ida, 5 CONT who may haved died young 5 CONT 5 CONT Rosetta Pomeroy, b. Dec. 20, 1838, m. to Fayette Wilder (brother in law 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT of Little House series author, Laura 5 CONT Ingalls Wilder, acc. to fam story); kids 5 CONT Frances, m. Herbert Swartout; Harriet, Rose 5 CONT 5 CONT Albanus Kimble Moulton, b. Jun 2, 1841, m. to Lorinda, Keefer, lived in 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Danville, WI, kids William E and 5 CONT Nellie May--apparently he was a shady and 5 CONT unpleasant character rest of family disliked 5 CONT ( I've always wondered if there's any 5 CONT significance to the Moulton name??) 5 CONT 5 CONT Mary L. Pomeroy, b. Dec. 2, 1843, d. Aug. 13, 1884--never married, had 5 CONT weak eyesight and 'consumptive' 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Terry Olson wrote: 5 CONT 5 CONT > Part 1.1 Type: Plain Text (text/plain) 5 CONT > Encoding: quoted-printable 2 SOUR @S1256@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 3 DATA 4 TEXT Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 5 CONT about Parkhurst E Pomeroy 5 CONT Name: Parkhurst E Pomeroy 5 CONT Death Date: 31 Jan 1893 5 CONT County: Milwaukee 5 CONT Volume: 17 5 CONT Page #: 0197 5 CONT Reel: 075 5 CONT Image: 0171 5 CONT Index Volume: 05 5 CONT ImageNum: 104198 5 CONT Sequence #: 304940 5 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 5 CONT 5 CONT 5 CONT Wisconsin Deaths, 1820-1907 Record 5 CONT about Mary Pomeroy 5 CONT Name: Mary Pomeroy 5 CONT Death Date: 14 Aug 1884 5 CONT County: Dodge 5 CONT Volume: 01 5 CONT Page #: 0111 5 CONT Reel: 017 5 CONT Image: 2199 5 CONT Index Volume: - 5 CONT ImageNum: 104198 5 CONT Sequence #: 304933 5 CONT Level Info: Wisconsin Vital Records Death Index. 1 BURI 2 PLAC Oakwood Cemetery, Dodge County, Wisconsin 1 FAMC @F198@ 0 @I656@ INDI 1 NAME Elvira Lucy /Chapman/ 2 GIVN Elvira Lucy 2 SURN Chapman 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5110C2212812CB479E5ED8CC8E4AD5DCB986 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 AUG 2001 1 NOTE Columbia County Vital Records Office 2 CONT Columbia County Courthouse 2 CONT 400 Dewitt St 2 CONT P.O. Box 133 2 CONT Portage, WI 53821 2 CONT (608) 742-9677 2 CONT Related Links: 2 CONT Columbia County USGenWeb 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 NOV 1837 2 PLAC Newark Valley, NJ 2 NOTE From Newark Valley 2 SOUR @S242@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 FEB 1923 2 PLAC Columbus, [Columbia or Dodge county], Wisconsin 2 SOUR @S242@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F220@ 1 FAMC @F2605@ 0 @I657@ INDI 1 NAME Newton Bond /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Newton Bond 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX M 1 _UID 3C5B2935872B7B47BB95DF2269DC257A9E49 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 NOTE Lived in Columbus, WI and cared for his blind mother, Elvira, and siste 2 CONC r Lettie, until they died. 2 CONT 2 CONT ? 2 CONT 2 CONT Pomeroy, Newton M 2 CONT SD; 02/20/1882; 1066; SDMTAA 077689 (image not online, no further data a 2 CONC vailable online) 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 MAY 1867 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1326@ 1 FAMC @F220@ 0 @I658@ INDI 1 NAME Emma Amelia /POMEROY/ 2 GIVN Emma Amelia 2 SURN POMEROY 1 SEX F 1 _UID D65BD1EA0179BB4AB9E3591D3A3CF9301C8E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 JUL 2004 1 SOUR @S788@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Subject: Re: introductions in order 4 CONT 4 CONT > I descend from two Kimble sisters, Hannah and Martha--daughters of ?? 4 CONC ?? 4 CONT > --born 1800-1803 in western NY of family probably from NJ ( the black h 4 CONC ole 4 CONT > of American genealogy--but maybe someday we will know who, where and w 4 CONC hen 4 CONT > for sure!) 4 CONT > 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Martha Kimble m. Eber Franklin, they settled and farmed in Leon NY in t 4 CONC he 4 CONT > Holland Purchase after the war of 1812, in which Eber fought. They ha 4 CONC d many 4 CONT > (see Terry's lists!) children-- son Andrew J. Franklin married three t 4 CONC imes: 4 CONT > first wife Aurilla or Aurelia, last name unknown, committed suicide i 4 CONC n 1853 4 CONT > after killing 2 of her 7 children who hadn't already died of fire and 4 CONC /or 4 CONT > illness; her only surviving son, Lafayette Franklin, married his seco 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > cousin Emma Amelia Pomeroy-- their grandmothers were sisters. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > meanwhile... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Hannah Kimble m. Daniel Harris Pomeroy; they settled in Geauga Co. Oh 4 CONC io and 4 CONT > later moved to Elba, Dodge Co WI where they also had several children 4 CONC ; their 4 CONT > son Eli Bond Pomeroy m. Elvira Lucy Chapman, whose family arrived the 4 CONC re 4 CONT > shortly before the marriage from western NY -- originally from MA and O 4 CONC ld 4 CONT > Saybrook CT. They had one son and three daughters-- daughter Emma Ame 4 CONC lia 4 CONT > Pomeroy married her second cousin Lafayette Franklin after they met w 4 CONC hile he 4 CONT > was passing through to MN to settle on homestead land he had send $$ t 4 CONC o his 4 CONT > fathr's 3rd wife to buy for him--she diverted it to her own use so he c 4 CONC ame 4 CONT > back to WI and married Emma. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Lafe and Emma went to South Dakota with her grandmother Electa Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > blind Uncle Jedand settled in Parker, where they farmed and had son R 4 CONC obert, 4 CONT > who died in infancy; three daughters--Myrtle, Flora and Lucy; Emma di 4 CONC ed of 4 CONT > pneumonia when their only surviving son, Newton Lucius Franklin, was y 4 CONC oung. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Newton, aka Jap because he looked either Japanese or native American ( I 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > looked, couldn't find any native connection!) was my grandfather and m 4 CONC arried 4 CONT > Bertha Sofia Englund, daughter of Swedish immigrants to Vermillion SD 4 CONC --both 4 CONT > were born in South Dakota; they went to Madison, Wisconsin where they r 4 CONC aised 4 CONT > their three daughters, Elizabeth ( my mother) Ruth ( my late aunt) an 4 CONC d 4 CONT > Susie ( who died in childhood, for whom I was named). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > My mother married Jack Kirkland Jallings, and they are now 88 and 90, 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT > respectively, and live in Madison WI; the house Newton and Bertha bui 4 CONC lt out 4 CONT > near Oregon, south of Madison, has been extensively renovated by my o 4 CONC nly 4 CONT > brother, Jon Jallings; he and wife Cheryl have no children. There are t 4 CONC hree 4 CONT > girls-- Susan (me--I live in Toronto; my son Peter and wife Marcy her 4 CONC e as 4 CONT > well; my daughter Jennifer, husband Brent and new baby Zachary in San D 4 CONC iego 4 CONT > CA)-- Nancy (lives outside Atlanta GA and has 4 daughters and 2 sons- 4 CONC -second 4 CONT > oldest Jessica is getting married in Kohler WI next week)-- Rebecca ( 4 CONC lives 4 CONT > in Madison, has 3 daughters and a son and 5 grandchildren, including J 4 CONC ack 4 CONT > Jallings Sandler Page, named for our dad). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Ruth Franklin m. Kemp Franzen --both are dead now--and they had two 4 CONT > daughters, Linda ( Florida, no kids) Annie (Alaska, no kids) Jeff ( m 4 CONC . Barb, 4 CONT > 3 kids, Cedarburg WI) and the late Philip (CA and then FL). 4 CONT > 4 CONT > There are no more male Franklins to carry Eber's line in our family, a 4 CONC nd no 4 CONT > more male Pomeroys either--nor for that matter any male Jallings'! 4 CONT > 4 CONT > I finished an extensive family genealogy in 2002 which is on CD--with m 4 CONC ega 4 CONT > help from Terry and other Kimble, Franklin, Pomeroy, Chapman, Ayers a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT > myriad families from the other 3 family trees in my background-- and 4 CONT > currently am on a genealogy hiatus while I do other things. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Eventually.....I will have to crawl back into the Kimble zone......be 4 CONC cause 4 CONT > it is a huge question mark and I don't like unanswerable questions! 4 CONT > Meanwhile I file away everything Terry sends into the 'TBD ASAP' file 4 CONC ..... 4 CONT > 4 CONT > Susan Franklin Jallings Daniel, Toronto, Canada. 4 CONT > 4 CONT > PS: If anyone is interested, I can burn all the Franklin/Kimble/Pomer 4 CONC oy 4 CONT > stuff from my megaCD to a CD and send it to you if you are willing to p 4 CONC ay 4 CONT > the costs, c. $5 or so-- 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 OCT 1859 2 PLAC Jefferson or Elba, Dodge County, Wisconsin 2 NOTE Susan says Elba, Allen says Jefferson. 2 SOUR @S232@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC LaValley, Lincoln County, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S349@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1896 2 PLAC Parker, South Dakota 2 NOTE In 1896, Emma went to a funeral a few miles away in a bad winte 1 FAMS @F221@ 1 FAMC @F220@ 0 @I659@ INDI 1 NAME Electa "Lettie" Hannah /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Electa "Lettie" Hannah 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX F 1 _UID 87C9E5B082E3B046802719BC3652C9A4B133 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 NOTE Blind from childhood. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 AUG 1861 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F220@ 0 @I660@ INDI 1 NAME Ada Alice /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Ada Alice 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX F 1 _UID 954DC5570787774FBA59E2918BF318EA5811 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 SEP 2010 1 NOTE Moved to Parker, South Dakota. 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1864 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1327@ 1 FAMC @F220@ 0 @I661@ INDI 1 NAME Myrtle Effie /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Myrtle Effie 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 09E006FC2092A740AE930373090BEA76AFB1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 JUL 2004 1 SOUR @S240@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 SEP 1881 2 PLAC Turner, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1900 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1900 2 PLAC Parker, South Dakota 1 CENS 2 DATE 1910 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1910 2 PLAC Roswell, Miner County, SD 1 CENS 2 DATE 1920 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1920 2 PLAC Roswell, Miner County, SD 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 MAR 1963 2 PLAC LaPorte, LaPorte county, Indiana 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 FAMS @F1328@ 1 FAMC @F221@ 0 @I662@ INDI 1 NAME Flora Luella /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Flora Luella 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8347D1D22D573F488C76E8D499B993041F2F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 25 JUL 2004 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 FEB 1879 2 PLAC (LaValley, Lincoln County, South Dakota?) 2 SOUR @S349@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 2 SOUR @S350@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 CENS 2 DATE 1880 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1880 2 PLAC LaValley, Lincoln County, South Dakota 2 SOUR @S349@ 3 _TMPLT 4 FIELD 5 NAME Page 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F1329@ 1 FAMC @F221@ 0 @I663@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy Elvira /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lucy Elvira 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4D70327374F91A448E6520871C437BAE4FF1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 JUL 2001 1 FAMS @F1330@ 1 FAMC @F221@ 0 @I664@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID FA90C244D80ACB45858C53C4F01C1FF2C70F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F221@ 0 @I665@ INDI 1 NAME Lynette /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Lynette 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID AFFD9E88972E924B9BA88D4FD2A67FBC46F1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE MAY 1851 2 _SDATE 15 MAY 1851 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Twin of LaFayette 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 18 FEB 1853 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Killed by Andrew's (ex-?) wife, Amelia. 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I666@ INDI 1 NAME Mahala /_______/ 2 GIVN Mahala 2 SURN _______ 1 SEX F 1 _UID E3FDBE5F78C5274F9983BB7E949654DC5F69 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 NOTE 1850 Leon census says she's 45 years old. 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1798 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1798 2 NOTE Said to be 78 years old at death in 1876. 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 FEB 1876 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Leon Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F236@ 1 FAMS @F222@ 0 @I667@ INDI 1 NAME Orilla\Aurelia\Amarilla /_______/ 2 GIVN Orilla\Aurelia\Amarilla 2 SURN _______ 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1CECF90E7340874A8C6D0E45E0AA6D451B91 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 DEC 2004 1 NOTE 32 in 1850, Leon 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1817/8 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1818 1 DEAT 2 DATE ABT 18 FEB 1853 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 FAMS @F223@ 0 @I668@ INDI 1 NAME Everett /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Everett 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7F46DCB100B332488E74B426283B199C73ED 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 AUG 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 FEB 1847 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Twin of Leverett 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I669@ INDI 1 NAME Leverett /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Leverett 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID B93F30979C98854CAC5FF83C80450EC49AE6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 FEB 1847 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Twin of Everett 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I670@ INDI 1 NAME Adelbert /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Adelbert 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 171C7C2CC291404192042F905C1F78635AEA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 DEC 1848 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I671@ INDI 1 NAME Jeanette /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Jeanette 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX F 1 _UID 13CC9D928A71944EAAB8D53FD81C431AB2E2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 FEB 1850 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Twin sister of Jerome, not found in Leon records. 1 DEAT 2 DATE died young 2 PLAC (Leon?), Cattaraugus county, New York 1 FAMC @F223@ 0 @I678@ INDI 1 NAME Franklin /Goodrich/ 2 GIVN Franklin 2 SURN Goodrich 1 SEX M 1 _UID AE119FA1D76C594C8389FCED9A5051223918 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F226@ 0 @I679@ INDI 1 NAME Isabel Myra /Olson/ 2 GIVN Isabel Myra 2 SURN Olson 1 SEX F 1 _UID D5FA0FEFE65DC843B46E39B5022FA23D3B74 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 JUN 2007 1 FAMC @F37@ 0 @I680@ INDI 1 NAME Philip /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Philip 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 900325B618972841B2DBF8AFAD1D19791665 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 JAN 2007 1 NOTE 6. ROBERT TREAT PAINE, 1731-1814; Thomas Paine & Eunice Treat; James Pa 2 CONC ine & Bethiah Thacher, Samuel Treat & Abigail Willard: Thomas Paine, Jr 2 CONC ., & Mary Snow, John Thacher & Rebecca Winslow, Gov. Robert Treat & Jan 2 CONC e Tapp, Samuel Willard & Abigail Sherman; Thomas Paine & ____, Nicholas S 2 CONC now & Constance Hopkins (daughter of Stephen Hopkins IMP] & ), A 2 CONC nthony Thacher & Elizabeth Jones, Josiah Winslow (brother of Gov. Ed 2 CONC ward Winslow [MPI & Margaret Bourne, Richard Treat & Alice Gaylord, E 2 CONC dmund Tapp & Jane ____ Simon Willard & Mary Sharpe, Rev. John Sherman o 2 CONC f Watertown, Mass. & Mary Launce (RD). 2 CONT 7. ROGER SHERMAN, 1721-1793; William Sherman & Mehitable Wellington; Jo 2 CONC seph Sherman & Elizabeth Winship, Benjamin Wellington & Elizabeth Sweet 2 CONC man; John Sherman, Jr., & Martha Palmer, Edward Winship & Elizabeth Par 2 CONC ke, Roger Wellington & Mary Palgrave, Thomas Sweetman & Isabel Cutter; J 2 CONC ohn Sherman of Dedham & Great Horksley, Essex (a first cousin once remo 2 CONC ved of Rev. John Sherman of Watertown, Mass., above) & Grace Ravens, la 2 CONC ter of Watertown also, William Palmer & Mary Stamforth, Lionel Winship & R 2 CONC ichard Parke & Margery Crane, Dr. Richard Palgrave (RD) & Anna _ 2 CONC ___, (probably) (Samuel?) Cutter & Elizabeth ____ 2 CONT http://www.newenglandancestors.org/education/articles/NEXUS/notable_kin 2 CONC _massachusetts_and_connecticut_signers_659_90336.asp 1 BIRT 2 DATE BEF 5 FEB 1610 2 _SDATE 4 FEB 1610 2 PLAC probably Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 BAPM 2 DATE 5 FEB 1610 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 MAR 1687 2 PLAC Portsmouth, Rhode Island 1 FAMS @F227@ 1 FAMC @F229@ 0 @I681@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Odding/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Odding 1 SEX F 1 _UID D2623F96600C5F4DA0B2BC818D29E596E137 1 CHAN 2 DATE 18 JAN 2007 1 NOTE Hi Becky, 2 CONT 2 CONT This couple are close relatives of Lurie's. Philippa was born Oct. 1, 2 CONT 1652 in Portsmouth, Newport, RI, the daughter of Philip Sherman and 2 CONT Sarah Odding. She had a twin brother Philip; they were the youngestof 2 CONT 14 children in the family. Philip Sherman was born Feb. 5, 1609/10 in 2 CONT Dedham, Co. Essex, England, and died 1687 in Portsmouth. Sarah Odding 2 CONT was born Feb 5, 1608/09 in Madron, Co. Cornwall, England, and died 2 CONT before 1696 in Kingston, Washington Co., RI. They were married May14, 2 CONT 1634 in Roxbury, MA. 2 CONT 2 CONT Lurie is descended from Philip Sherman and Sarah Odding's son Sampson, 2 CONT who married Isabel Tripp. Their daughter Sarah married Joseph Chase, 2 CONT who was a first cousin of Philipa Sherman's husband Benjamin. We have 2 CONT more info on the family connections; let us know what you'd be 2 CONT interested in. How are you descended from the Chase-Sherman line? 2 CONT 2 CONT Regards, 2 CONT Luke & Lurie Huisman 2 CONT Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 2 CONT 2 CONT UTVOLS62@aol.com wrote: 2 CONT > 2 CONT > Looking for info on Phillipa born ca 1652, married Benjamin Chase,who d 2 CONC ied 2 CONT > 1731 2 CONT > Becky 2 CONT > 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT ==== SHERMAN Mailing List ==== 2 CONT List problems? Contact the SHERMAN list maintainer 1 SOUR @S1370@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT Articles From Previous Issues - December 1997 4 CONT To the Next Page of Articles 4 CONT 4 CONT Index of Articles 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Tangled Webs of Our Ancestry 4 CONT December 1997 Newsletter 4 CONT Margaret Sherman Lutzvick 4 CONT 4 CONT This bit of trivia may interest SOY members who descend from Phillip SH 4 CONC ERMAN (1610 -1687) and Sarah ODDING. (1610-aft 1681) While most of us h 4 CONC ave mostly dwelled upon our SHERMAN heritage, it is interesting to note t 4 CONC he tangled web of families, marriages, and divorces that included our O 4 CONC DDING ancestry. It is quite a [convoluted] story. The Reverend Michael G 4 CONC ardner (1552-) and his wife Margaret Browne (1562-) married in Middlese 4 CONC x, England. They had a son George GARDNER (1600-1677) who married his f 4 CONC irst wife Sarah SLAUGHTER (1604-1637) in 1630 in London, England. Toget 4 CONC her, between 1631 and 1636, they had three children all born in London. 4 CONT Unfortunately, Sarah died in 1637 at sea probably while on her way to R 4 CONC I in America. Poor George then married for a second time in 1645/46 in R 4 CONC I. This wife was a divorcee named Heordias (Herod) LONG (1623-) of Lond 4 CONC on. Together they had six children all born between 1645 and 1658 in Ne 4 CONC wport, RI. But George fared no better in his marriage to Herodias' than h 4 CONC er first husband did, for she apparently grew tired of George and divor 4 CONC ced him in 1664/65. 4 CONT Herodias was married first in 1637 to John HICKS. (1613-) After her div 4 CONC orce from her second husband George Gardner, she remarried for a third t 4 CONC ime in 1671 to the religious man, John PORTER (1590-1674) who in the mi 4 CONC d 1630s had gotten our Phillip SHERMAN into a lot of trouble in Roxbury 4 CONC , MA. John was previously married to Margaret _________, (1590-) who wa 4 CONC s married first to our ancestor George ODDING. (1585-) George and Marga 4 CONC ret ODDING were the parents of Sarah ODDING SHERMAN, thus by marriage, J 4 CONC ohn PORTER was Sarah's stepfather. Of course the Shermans came along in t 4 CONC he story when our ancestor Phillip SHERMAN married Sarah ODDING in 1633 i 4 CONC n Roxbury, MA. 4 CONT In summary, while there is no blood relationship - that we know of anyw 4 CONC ay - between the Oddings and the Gardners, Slaughters, Hicks, Longs or P 4 CONC orters, it is interesting to see what Sarah ODDING may gave been witnes 4 CONC s to in her lifetime. It should tell us how her childhood and early adu 4 CONC lthood may have been as she observed the actions of those around her. A 4 CONC nd for those who think that divorce is a modern invention, one only nee 4 CONC ds to look into the history of our families to see that it has occurred f 4 CONC rom very early times creating intricate webs of relationships along the w 4 CONC ay. 4 CONT As for George GARDNER, he never gave up on marriage, for he went on to m 4 CONC arry a third time in 1665 in RI to Lydia BALLOU. (1640-1722) They had f 4 CONC ive children born between 1666 and 1674 in Newport, RI. And after Georg 4 CONC e's death in 1677 she married a second time in 1678 to William HAWKINS. ( 4 CONC 1640-1723) 4 CONT Sources: 4 CONT Beaman, Alden G. 1986. The RI Genealogical Register. Vol. 9, nos 4 CONC . 1 & 2. East Princeton, MA. 4 CONT Lutzvick, Margaret Sherman. 1997. Going to Palmyra; Sherman Deeds. < 4 CONC /i>Gateway Press. Baltimore, MD. pages 35-44. 4 CONT ================================= 4 CONT Reprint Copyright Margaret Sherman Lutzvick January 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 FEB 1609 2 PLAC Madron, Cornwall, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE BET 1687 AND 1696 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1687 2 PLAC Kingston, Washington county, Rhode Island 1 FAMS @F227@ 1 FAMC @F566@ 0 @I682@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Hicks/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Hicks 1 SEX M 1 _UID A1E8B3268020D448AE62703604D9D68D1430 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 OCT 2007 1 FAMS @F228@ 1 FAMC @F567@ 0 @I683@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Doane/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Doane 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6F66735A1D6AF040B273F9A03947E432ADAE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 OCT 2007 1 FAMS @F228@ 1 FAMC @F568@ 0 @I684@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID C11BC0B9F7D10D43A44FD5234436878CE538 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE BEF 11 JAN 1573 2 _SDATE 10 JAN 1573 2 PLAC prob Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 BAPM 2 DATE 11 JAN 1573 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1615/6 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1616 2 PLAC Ardleigh, co. Essex, England 1 FAMS @F229@ 1 FAMC @F230@ 0 @I685@ INDI 1 NAME Philippa /Ward/ 2 GIVN Philippa 2 SURN Ward 1 SEX F 1 _UID 63CDE1A6A9301E4C8082DC143D1E14268179 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 JUL 2005 1 FAMS @F229@ 1 FAMC @F232@ 0 @I686@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID 75F319A5F0844C41A3F97B0DAAE994980AA6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 DEC 2005 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1546 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1546 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 28 AUG 1610 2 _SDATE 27 AUG 1610 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 BURI 2 DATE 28 AUG 1610 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 FAMS @F230@ 1 FAMC @F231@ 0 @I687@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Lawrence/ 2 GIVN Susan 2 SURN Lawrence 1 SEX F 1 _UID 6AF3113E67630540ACC28179E484C780D2B3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 2005 1 NOTE Some genealogies mistakenly say her last name is Hills. 1 SOUR @S1166@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 2 DATA 3 TEXT From "New Light on Henry Sherman" by Bertha Mary (Ludwig) Stratton, pp5 4 CONC 2-54. 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT DISTAFF SHERMANS 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Henry5 Sherman's wife was Susan. As their first child was bap.l570, and a 4 CONC s 4 CONT they refer to "cosen" [nephew?] Gallow-way and her brother [half, or in 4 CONC -law] 4 CONT Gilbert Hilles (well known Moze names) it is believed today that the pa 4 CONC rish 4 CONT reg. of Moze, Essex (Crisp's ed., p.27) stating "Henry Sherman & Susan 4 CONT Lawrence were Maryed ye14 of Junij 1568" refers to our subjects. In 160 4 CONC 0 4 CONT Henry S., and Thos.Lawrence of Esthorpe were sued; in 1610 Henry in his w 4 CONC ill 4 CONT mentions "my brother Lawrence of Esthorpe." The latter's will includes a d 4 CONC a. 4 CONT Susan. 2 Nov. 1614 (Com. London, Ess. & Herts.) 4 CONT 4 CONT This Lawrence family is first mentioned in Essex in 1546 when on Nov. 3 4 CONC d 4 CONT Thos. Lawrence [Lawrens] of Tolleshunt Knights (just s. of Colchester; i 4 CONC n 4 CONT Thurstable Hund.) had alienated to him the rectory and St. Andrews ch. a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT advowson [sic- advows on?] the vicarage of Marks Tay. He d.Dec. 20, 155 4 CONC 1 4 CONT also holding the manor of Harbards in Rayleigh, Rawreth and Gr.Hockley, o 4 CONC f 4 CONT the honor of Raylegh -one Messuage, one cottage, 300A of arable, 12 of 4 CONT meadow, 40 of wood, and 4s.4d rent. On Nov. 8, 1555 Jn.L, his son, had l 4 CONC eave 4 CONT to sell the third part of them to Tho. and Robert L. his brothers (the M 4 CONC ark 4 CONT Tay property is referred to here only). In 1614 Thos. Lawrence (brother o 4 CONC f 4 CONT Susan) dies possessed of the Mark Tay property; left to eldest son Jn. 1 4 CONC /3 4 CONT part of the parsonage (other ch:Susan, Mary, -Wystowe, sons Thos., Nat. 4 CONC , 4 CONT Benj., Robert.) His will made: Aug.24, 1614, pr. 2 Nov. 1614 [Com.Lond. 4 CONC Essex 4 CONT & Herts] For Lawrence family see P. Morant, Hist of Essex, 1810 ed.v.1, 4 CONT p.276; v.2, p.204. A Jn. Lawrence; will pr. Beccles, Suff. Jn.2, 1590 h 4 CONC ad 4 CONT ch.:Jn., Richard, Susan, Elizab., Marjorie, [and perhaps others.] 4 CONT 4 CONT The given names show a connection with the Lawrence family whose ped. g 4 CONC oes 4 CONT back to Sir Robert whose arms were given to him by Richard Coeur de Lio 4 CONC n, 4 CONT for bravery in scaling the walls of Acre, A.D. 1191: a cross raguley, g 4 CONC u. He 4 CONT had a large descent of which some of the line is given by H.G.Somerby t 4 CONC o 4 CONT 1854 in a chart. In 1504 a Jn. of Rumburgh d. whose wife was Margery. T 4 CONC heir 4 CONT son Robert had a son Jn. who m. an Elizab. Other of Sir Robert's descen 4 CONC t 4 CONT were of Gloces. and of Bucks. Variations of the parent coat of arms wer 4 CONC e 4 CONT used. 4 CONT 4 CONT The Moze reg. shows bap.: Ann da. of Jn. Lawrence, 21 May in 1548; Thos 4 CONC . son 4 CONT of Jn. Lawrence, 21 May 1551. Perhaps they lived elsewhere when Susan w 4 CONC as 4 CONT born. Susan had a da.Ann. The church at Marks Tay has a finely carved w 4 CONC ooden 4 CONT font see Essex by P.F. Gaye, 1949, p.50. [qu. Ann short for Susan?] 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT 4 CONT Philip Sherman had a Ward line. Evidence points to connection with the 4 CONT Lancelot Ward family of Lexden, Ess. and with the Jn. Ward family of Su 4 CONC ff., 4 CONT Stratford. Philip is called "cousin" by Dr. Jn Ward, Ipswich, N. Eng. i 4 CONC n his 4 CONT will Dec. 28, 1652 naming other Wards: "...cousin Nathaniel Ward son of m 4 CONC y 4 CONT uncle Nathaniel... and land given by my father in Mersey, Essex old 4 CONT England...Edmund Sharman of Dedham last my attorney. To my cousins Ward 4 CONC 's of 4 CONT Wethersfield 2...sons...cousin Philip Sharman of 'rood' Is... cousin 4 CONT Nathaniel Ward...remainder to Harvard College." (Waters. Ibid.p.588). T 4 CONC he 4 CONT above Jn. Ward, chirurgeon of Ipswich, Mass. (Ess.Ct. Papers, v.12, p.6 4 CONC 3) 4 CONT was under age at time of his mother, Anne Ward's will: Stratford, Suff. 4 CONC , 4 CONT Eng. pr.Nov.7, 1634...sons Jn., eldest; Sam, (Waters. Ibid. p.587). She w 4 CONC as 4 CONT widow of Jn. Ward, Stratford, Suff., will pr. May 18, 1631...." after d 4 CONC . of 4 CONT wife Anne, tnt. Dawes in E. Mersey to son Jn...to son Sam...wife shall 4 CONT bestow upon some of my former wives children." (Ibid. 1104). 4 CONT 4 CONT As the Stratford Jn. Ward family had Ward relatives of Wethersfield and a 4 CONC s 4 CONT Robert Ward* of Lexden, liberties of Colchester in will pr. May 9, 1617 4 CONT leaves "my messuage in Wethersfield, called Ward's" which he had from h 4 CONC is 4 CONT father Lancelot, and as he refers to a brother Jn., it is probable that t 4 CONC he 4 CONT Jn. of Stratford was Robert's brother. Notable also is the fact that 4 CONT Phillippa's husband** Sam. (Henry5, Henry4) in his will, pr. Mch 2, 161 4 CONC 5/16 4 CONT has among witnesses Rob't and Jn. Ward; that he and Robert W. call Jn. 4 CONT Upcher of Dedham "brother-in-law;" that both include among their childr 4 CONC en 4 CONT those named Sam., Mary, Martha, Sarah. Both men refer to a Thos. Cole. 4 CONT Perhaps Jn. Upcher's wife was sister to Robert Warde and Phillippa (War 4 CONC d) 4 CONT Sherman. Both Lancelot W. and Jn. Ward (of Stratford) had more than one w 4 CONC ife 4 CONT so the relationship may be half-blood. 4 CONT 4 CONT Rev. Jn. Ward, Haverhill, Suff. had 3 Puritan minister sons: Jn., Rev. N 4 CONC at. 4 CONT of New Eng.; Rev. Sam***., Ipswich- will pr. Ap.24, 1640 by sons Nat. a 4 CONC nd 4 CONT Jos. (eld. son was Sam) remembers his mother at "her now dwelling house i 4 CONC n 4 CONT Wethersfield." [Rev. Nat. was au. of the Mass. body of Liberties, 1641- t 4 CONC he 4 CONT first code of laws in N. Eng.; also of Simple Cobbler of Aggawam.- For 4 CONT Wood-Ward relationship see p.5, supra.] 4 CONT 4 CONT Hoping to solve this puzzle I had a search made for Lancelot's will: al 4 CONC l 4 CONT P.C.C.Ca;. and Essex Arch. courts appropriate were searched by Miss Pee 4 CONC k, 4 CONT London agent. without success. Search in Stratford or Ipswich seems 4 CONT indicated. Ward is on the Falaise Roll. Essex arms: Az. a cross flory 4 CONT or. -Suff. for Rich. Warde of London, son of Henry, son of Richard: Az. a 4 CONC . 4 CONT cross bet. 4 eagles Ar.- confirmed, 1593. 4 CONT 4 CONT The use of the name Philip has not been noted in any record of Shermans 4 CONT before the bap. of Sam. and Philippa's son in 1610 (Dedham parish regis 4 CONC ter). 4 CONT 4 CONT *Ibid p.1144; *** [sic] Ibid.p.19; **Reg.67, pp.157, 8. 1 DEAT 2 DATE BEF 13 SEP 1610 2 _SDATE 12 SEP 1610 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 BURI 2 DATE 13 SEP 1610 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 FAMS @F230@ 1 FAMC @F577@ 0 @I688@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Sherman/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Sherman 1 SEX M 1 _UID F5E548F57795BC47BF4945300A6E50309BB5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 DEC 2005 1 NOTE A Sherman Home In Yaxley 2 CONT 2 CONT By P. G. Williams 2 CONT Suffolk County, England 2 CONT In 1896, Senator George Hoar signed the visitors’ book in Yaxley Parish C 2 CONC hurch, adding, “I came after the Sherman pedigree.” 2 CONT The Sherman family’s immediate English ancestors emigrated from Dedham, E 2 CONC ssex, in the 17th century. However, the earliest proven family connecti 2 CONC ons with the American line are provided by Thomas and his son John, the l 2 CONC atter living in Yaxley, Suffolk County, England. John died in 1504. 2 CONT Yaxley was surveyed in the Domesday Book in the 11th century, but few o 2 CONC ther documents survive which relate to the parish prior to the 16th cen 2 CONC tury. Those that have survived were found in the church chest and refer t 2 CONC o the transfer of town lands and property. The majority are signed by m 2 CONC embers of the town guild – the “Guild of St. Thomas Martyr in Yaxley.” O 2 CONC ne such document relates to the offer for use as a guildhall of a town h 2 CONC ouse; it is signed by John Sherman as a member of the guild and dated 1 2 CONC 497. 2 CONT The guildhall would have provided a venue for local tradesmen to discus 2 CONC s trade and local affairs and it is fairly certain that John and subseq 2 CONC uently his son Thomas would have regularly attended meetings there. The g 2 CONC uild was dissolved towards the end of the 16th century and the guildhal 2 CONC l then reverted to its role as a private dwelling. In 1587 the owners l 2 CONC eased the house to Francis Sherman for seven years at an annual rent of £ 2 CONC 3.62.8d. (three pounds, six shillings, and eight pence). Other Shermans m 2 CONC ay well have lived for periods in the house after the dissolving of the g 2 CONC uild, and the search for further deeds is continuing. 2 CONT Though little known and over 500 years old, the guildhall still exists a 2 CONC s a private home. Presumably this makes it the oldest Sherman residence i 2 CONC n existence. 2 CONT In 1986, the current owner intends to allow persons visiting Britain an 2 CONC d who have an interest in the Sherman ancestry, to stay at the Guildhal 2 CONC l. Further information may be obtained by writing to: P. Williams, “The G 2 CONC uildhall,” Yaxley, Suffolk, England 1P238BS. 2 CONT http://www.newenglandancestors.org/education/articles/NEXUS/a_sherman_h 2 CONC ome_in_yaxley_659_90309.asp 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1511/2 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1512 1 RESI 2 DATE 1534 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1534 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1589/90 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1590 1 BURI 2 DATE 1589/90 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1590 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 RESI 2 PLAC Colchester, England 1 FAMS @F231@ 1 FAMS @F3745@ 1 FAMS @F3747@ 0 @I689@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /_______/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN _______ 1 SEX F 1 _UID 14D398BB78284F42B92E3066619F124C4625 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 DEC 2005 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1580 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1580 1 BURI 2 DATE 14 OCT 1580 2 PLAC Dedham, co. Essex, England 1 FAMS @F231@ 0 @I690@ INDI 1 NAME Jn. or Lancelot /Ward/ 2 GIVN Jn. or Lancelot 2 SURN Ward 1 SEX M 1 _UID D688E879CE2C6141B6D0BBE4B7634F2009C5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 SEP 2005 1 FAMS @F232@ 0 @I691@ INDI 1 NAME Amasa /Franklin/ 2 GIVN Amasa 2 SURN Franklin 1 SEX M 1 _UID 33F5C02EA84B714D9C697AFD9230AC1CCD71 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 NOV 2000 1 NOTE Hi! I found your address on the internet regarding Franklin research.Y 2 CONC ou 2 CONT listed Monroe and Cattaraugus Co., NY which really got my interest. Ia 2 CONC m 2 CONT looking for information on Electra Minerva Washburn (b. 9 Feb 1787 inCT 2 CONC , 2 CONT d. 31 Jan 1854 in Winnebago Co., IL). She married Amasa Franklin (sono 2 CONC f 2 CONT Ichabod Franklin) and they lived in Chili, Monroe, NY in 1836 whereshe 2 CONT received a letter from her mother. In this letter Mama talks about aDa 2 CONC vid 2 CONT (probably Electra's brother) who was living in central NY at the time,a 2 CONC s 2 CONT well as a Rowena who must have been a sister. David married Dorcas 2 CONT Bostwick in 1832. Do you know anything about this Washburn family, or 2 CONT about any children Amasa and Electra might have had besides Charles 2 CONT Mortimer Franklin (b. 22 May 1810) who was apparently the oldestchild. I 2 CONT 2 CONT 2 CONT would appreciate any help you could give me. I have extensive infoabou 2 CONC t 2 CONT Amasa's father's line. Sincerely, Susan Jensen 2 CONT 2 CONT sgw49@ncn.net 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 OCT 1785 2 PLAC Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire 1 RESI 2 DATE 1836 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1836 2 PLAC Chili, Monroe county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 DEC 1858 2 PLAC Winnebago county, Illinois 1 FAMS @F1018@ 1 FAMC @F120@ 0 @I692@ INDI 1 NAME _______ /Williams/ 2 GIVN _______ 2 SURN Williams 1 SEX M 1 _UID 480830DB9286BB47A6E50FE822AA503447CD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F233@ 0 @I693@ INDI 1 NAME Charles L. /Barrett/ 2 GIVN Charles L. 2 SURN Barrett 1 SEX M 1 _UID 596D3963AFFF89429095D3C45A770C9A0EC5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F234@ 0 @I694@ INDI 1 NAME unknown /Ridout/ 2 GIVN unknown 2 SURN Ridout 1 _UID FCF57CA84847D14091CC95F8B139388E4F21 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F18@ 0 @I695@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX M 1 _UID DA235EE22F21EE4784DA6F543F6DFEDC6924 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 SEP 2009 1 SOUR @S431@ 2 _TMPLT 3 FIELD 4 NAME Page 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 JUL 1806 2 PLAC Riga, Genesee county, New York 2 NOTE The gravemarker is worn, but it appears to say he died in 1808 3 CONT 3 CONT Ridout genealogy (Rideout's In America) evidentally has Nathan's birth a 3 CONC s 16 Jul 1806 in Wilton, Hillsboro Co. NH. 1 WILL 2 DATE 25 JUN 1883 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 MAR 1885 2 PLAC Perrysburg, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE The gravemarker is worn, but it appears to say "10 March" in 199 1 PROB 2 DATE 4 JUN 1885 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE AFT 4 JUN 1885 2 _SDATE 5 JUN 1885 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Leon Treat (Union) Cemetery 1 FAMS @F131@ 1 FAMS @F235@ 1 FAMC @F237@ 0 @I696@ INDI 1 NAME Alma O. /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Alma O. 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4C363B05D74FEB42BF65CD8E3924DE0BDAC4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1873 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1873 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F324@ 1 FAMC @F235@ 0 @I697@ INDI 1 NAME Eva B. /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Eva B. 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8FFCB473D88072479E450C1039AF9D458CD1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1875 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1875 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F325@ 1 FAMC @F235@ 0 @I698@ INDI 1 NAME Nellie I. /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Nellie I. 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 34DB4305AA9AFC46B4E72A6568150851DD0A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1877 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1877 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F326@ 1 FAMC @F235@ 0 @I699@ INDI 1 NAME Angavine D. /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Angavine D. 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 99ABDEBDF613E6449093AF1C84E48D6B6077 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 FEB 2008 1 BIRT 2 DATE BET 1840 AND 1843 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1840 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 JUN 1843 1 FAMC @F131@ 0 @I700@ INDI 1 NAME Ezra T. /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Ezra T. 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 67C93C5E192F8F4AA93EE738B164BF1EE3AE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1799 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1799 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire 2 NOTE 42 years old at death in November 1841, Rideout Genealogy accord 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 NOV 1841 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York? 1 BURI 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 2 NOTE Treat/Union Cemetery 1 FAMS @F236@ 1 FAMC @F237@ 0 @I701@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Soule/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Soule 1 SEX M 1 _UID 60A6AB77C4248449B53E6196499EA1D12033 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F222@ 0 @I702@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin Thompson /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Benjamin Thompson 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID FFAB3002ABF97C47920C287B078A5261C8B7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 JUL 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 AUG 1763 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1854 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1854 2 PLAC Leon, Cattaraugus county, New York 1 FAMS @F237@ 1 FAMS @F238@ 1 FAMC @F239@ 0 @I703@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah // 2 GIVN Sarah 1 SEX F 1 _UID 5CF11C095B82B342B7C1AABEAEE37B9BCBA9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1774 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1774 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1823 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1823 1 FAMS @F237@ 0 @I704@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Blanchard/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Blanchard 1 SEX F 1 _UID 44895A5372FF3D4FA1B15DC01573E121703D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 MAY 1767 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire? 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F238@ 0 @I705@ INDI 1 NAME David /Ridout/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 4658835123E4F641AAA10E67104E4D9AB590 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F237@ 0 @I706@ INDI 1 NAME Judith /Ridout/ 2 GIVN Judith 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 113783B5FB63744BB8B13D971A4BB74137C4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F3254@ 1 FAMC @F237@ 0 @I707@ INDI 1 NAME James /Ridout/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Ridout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 749FEFE5EC347F4781FEED5B4E0A2B081F08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F237@ 0 @I708@ INDI 1 NAME Annis /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Annis 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 4959F2965712024C8A25DB952BE9CB09E89F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F238@ 0 @I709@ INDI 1 NAME Thompson /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Thompson 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 1D7C3C79C5EA7B49A2121FAA65425F0246DE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F238@ 0 @I710@ INDI 1 NAME Nehemiah /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Nehemiah 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID AF76923556CEB5418EE5C98F758A612C5D58 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 MAY 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1789 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1789 2 PLAC Wilton, NH 1 DEAT Y 1 FAMS @F321@ 1 FAMC @F238@ 0 @I711@ INDI 1 NAME Davila /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Davila 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX F 1 _UID AE7532E888563F43BF08091C9E0837AA10BC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F238@ 0 @I712@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID BE2DA035DDE4384C806F105C84CB727697F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 NOV 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 AUG 1740 2 PLAC Haverhill, Essex county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 JUL 1819 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire 1 FAMS @F239@ 1 FAMS @F247@ 1 FAMC @F240@ 0 @I713@ INDI 1 NAME Dorothy /Thompson/ 2 GIVN Dorothy 2 SURN Thompson 1 SEX F 1 _UID C7E7F856A3A87941870F45150D3C55A433A4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1745 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1745 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 JUN 1767 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire 1 FAMS @F239@ 0 @I714@ INDI 1 NAME Rowland /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Rowland 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 18118410F7F4BA46ADBB5471DDEC34966839 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 NOV 2009 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 AUG 1715 2 PLAC Haverhill, Essex county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE APR 1779 2 _SDATE 15 APR 1779 2 PLAC Wilton, Hillsboro county, New Hampshire 1 FAMS @F240@ 1 FAMC @F241@ 0 @I715@ INDI 1 NAME Judith /Bedle/ 2 GIVN Judith 2 SURN Bedle 1 SEX F 1 _UID 347B2DB07887DE48A66D2FBB04F263ADB4C1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 SEP 1718 2 PLAC Haverhill, Essex county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 JAN 1800 1 FAMS @F240@ 0 @I716@ INDI 1 NAME Abraham /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Abraham 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 16494E680ABA434A9B3277F61A68B41FF5D6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 NOV 2009 1 NOTE Unless specified otherwise, the Ridout imformation, other than thechild 2 CONC ren of Nathan and Ezra, comes from Liz Burdick, and the Genealogyof the R 2 CONC ideouts in America by Golda Rideout Soffe. 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT 1685 2 _SDATE 1 JUL 1685 2 PLAC England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Falmouth, Cumberland county, Maine 1 FAMS @F241@ 1 FAMS @F242@ 0 @I717@ INDI 1 NAME Jemima /Davis/ 2 GIVN Jemima 2 SURN Davis 1 SEX F 1 _UID C225B79434F4FF4FA56381123582852AA945 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 OCT 1697 2 PLAC Haverhill, Essex county, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 APR 1746 1 FAMS @F241@ 0 @I718@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 1 SEX F 1 _UID D68142C475A64446AB45831C81D27A3F9DC1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMS @F242@ 0 @I719@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholus /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Nicholus 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX M 1 _UID 15E9A0B16CE00A43BFAC997990A439B48614 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F242@ 0 @I720@ INDI 1 NAME Prudence /Rideout/ 2 GIVN Prudence 2 SURN Rideout 1 SEX F 1 _UID 31C0F1FA51B51746996C4108F448020FDA44 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 JUN 2003 1 FAMC @F242@ 0 @I721@ INDI 1 NAME Emily "Emma" [Lucy?] /WELLS\WELLES/ 2 GIVN Emily "Emma" [Lucy?] 2 SURN WELLS\WELLES 1 SEX F 1 _UID 0A2DBEC3F9EB694D981C2C5E18B6F3BD0EA9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 AUG 2010 1 NOTE Willie Edick named his daughter Lucille. 2 CONT 2 CONT Delinda's mother is said to be a Wells in the notes of Laurel Sherman ( 2 CONC wife of Delinda's son James Otis Sherman). "Mother's mother a Wells," t 2 CONC he notes say- possibly meaning Delinda's mother's mother rather than Ja 2 CONC mes Otis Sherman's mother's mother. 2 CONT 2 CONT Erastus Wells shows up in Java, NY, in 1809, and is most likely Emma/Lu 2 CONC cy's father or grandfather. James Hall in Java early as well- relation t 2 CONC o Joseph? Hezekiah Welles served in the Rev. War under Colonel Erastus W 2 CONC olcott's Regiment, but no children of Hezekiah's are listed as having t 2 CONC he name. 2 CONT 2 CONT 1810 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Rosell Wales [Wells?] (1830 Attica: Roswell Wales) 2 CONT 2 CONT 1820 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Lemuel Chipman 1 1 - - 1 - 3 - 1 1 - - 2 2 CONT Stephen Sherman 2 CONT George Hall 2 CONT John Frink 2 CONT Fitch Chipman 2 - - - 1 - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 2 CONT Gerden Hulbert 1 2 - 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 4 2 CONT Roswell Barber 2 CONT 2 CONT 1830 Sheldon, NY 2 CONT 2 CONT Lemuel Chipman - - - 2 2 - - - - 1 f - - - 2 2 - - - 1 2 CONT Fitch Chipman - 1 - - - - 1 - - - f 2 1 - - 1 - 1 - - 2 CONT John Chapman 2 CONT Hubbard Fitch 2 CONT Daniel W. Hall 1 - - - 1 1 - - - - f 2 - 1 - 1 - - - - - 2 CONT John B. Frink 2 CONT John Frink 2 CONT Daniel Dye 2 CONT