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201 (Research):Sarah Senteney is listed on administration docket No. 13973 in th estate
of B. F. Senteney, late of Union township, Brown County, Ohio. She
filed application and bond of $756.00 on 29 October 1886. The
adminstration was settled on 11 June 1894.

Alternate birth date is 11 Sep 1839. Unknown Source. 
Daulton, Sarah (I129950)
 
202 (Research):Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Nacimientos 1917-1918 - On 553 going backwards to 1



Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Nacimientos 1918 - Nothing Found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Nacimientos 1918-1919 - Nothing found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Nacimientos 1919 - Nothing found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Nacimientos 1920 - Nothing found.

Searched for Teodoro - Monterrey 1945-1946 - No marriage found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Matrimonios 1943-1944. No marriage found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Matrimonios 1943-1944. No marriage found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Matrimonios 1942. No marriage found.

Searched for Teodoro - Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Matrimonios 1941. On record 65 of 369. 
Rueda, Teodoro (I133540)
 
203 (Research):Searched Monterrey 1945-1946 - No marriage found. Martinez, Maria Olivia (I128441)
 
204 (Research):Sir Henry Gough, who was born in 1649, the eldest son and heir of John Gough.
He was knighted in 1678 by Charles II, the honour being conferred on him in
gratitude for the services of his grandfather to Charles I in 1642. He was Member
of Parliament for Tamworth and in 1668 married Mary Littleton of Pillaton Hall
near Penkridge. They had eleven sons and five daughters.
He died 14 March 1726. 
Gough, John (I125758)
 
205 (Research):Smith County, Texas; Nocogoches 3rd class land headright; meaning he had lived in
Texas between 1836-1839. Issued 25 July 1855; 320 acres; meaning he was single at
the time he was granted this land. The land was patented by E. H. Barber; under
patent 1001, volume 9; and abstract 1058. 
Waldrip, Anderson Marion (I47700)
 
206 (Research):Some family history indicate Mary was born Mexico, in the Monterrey area. Coffman, Mary Josephine (I107166)
 
207 (Research):Some Richardson families may be found in Edgmond parish registers; only
two miles from Newport. 
Richardson, Thomas (I37989)
 
208 (Research):Surname has been listed by other researchers as Bogan, daughter of William Bogan and
Eleanor Ashmore Graham. Have not looked at material to indicate this to be certain. 
Susannah (I102597)
 
209 (Research):Texas, Probate Records, 1800-1990
Henderson Final records 1845-1879
vol D and B1-B2 Image 65 of 671
John Gurley Probate records on familysearch.com 
Gurley, John (I106051)
 
210 (Research):Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Final records 1845-1879 vol D and B1-B2
Image 459 of 671
Date of death 19 Aug 1852 listed in probate court records of Henderson County, Texas.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Final records 1845-1879 vol D and B1-B2
Image 464 of 671
Listed as heirs to the estate of John Brown were Jonathan P. Brown, Gresham K. Brown, John Brown,
W. K. Coltharp. 
Brown, John "Red" (I17249)
 
211 (Research):Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Final records 1845-1879 vol D and B1-B2
Image 459 of 671
Elizabeth petitioned for Letters of Administration of the estate of John "Red" Brown
on 4 Oct 1852; and recorded on 30 Oct 1852. 
Holland, Elizabeth Ranier (I17252)
 
212 (Research):Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 110 of 955

Book B; Page 53, 54:
Side note on court minutes of 26 December 1853. Not sure of
significance.

Whereas A. B. Brown and William Waldrop has filed their application
for letters of Administration upon the estate of Alfred Y. Brown,
deceased in due time & made it appear that said Alfred Y. Brown
has departed this life & has left property to the amount of two hundred
& fifty dollars or the thereabouts in value whereas he has given their
bond for five hundred dollars & gotten the oath required by that xxx
in such cases wherefore be it be xx by the court that letters of
adminstration be issued to the said William Waldrop and A. B. Brown.

Ordered by the court that Monroe Upton, Littleton Parsons & Joseph Larue
be appointed to Inventory & appraise the estate of Alfred Y. Brown, deceased.

Book B; Page 56:
Ordered by the court the petition of Wm Waldrop & A B Brown praying for the
sale of the property of the estate of A(lfred). Y. Brown, deceased be granted
that 160 acres of land belonging to said estate be sold as xxxd for at 12
months credit & that one yoke of oxen & one horse as prayed for also be sold
on twelve months credit as prayed for & that all of the goods & chattels
belonging to the estate including horse & oxen as aforesaid be sold for cash
on giving the note as required by law & that said real estate as aforesaid
after giving notice required by law.

Book B; Page 64:
Ordered by the court that the Bill of Sale presenter Wm Waldrip & A. B. Brown;
administrators of the estate of A(lfred) Y. Brown, decd, be received and recorded.
Ordered that the Administrators of the estate of A. Y. Brown make a title to a
certain 160 acre tract of land sold to Nath Coleman on the first Tuesday in
March AD 1854.

Book B; Page 102: (Record in 28 Nov 1854 session)
Whereas William Waldrip having deceased, and A. B. Brown having removed
from the County of Henderson of which fact the evidence is before the court and
Whereas said Wm Waldrip and A. B. Brown were acting as Administrators of
the estate of A(lfred) Y. Brown, deceased. It is therefore ordered and decreed
by the court their letters of adminstration by revoked.

Ordered that the petition of A. B. Waldrip for letters of administration on the
estate of A(lfred) Y. Brown be granted.


Now turning to William Waldrip estate minutes; since he died in 1854:

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 133 of 955
Book B; Page 97/98:
Whereas Martha Waldrip widow of William Waldrip, deceased and A. B. Waldrip
having filed the petition for letters of Administration on the estate of Wm Waldrip,
deceased November 4th 1854 order and notice having been given as the lone
adminstrators and no objection appearing; ordered that petition presented by
Marth Waldrip and A.B. Waldrip xx my xx letters of administration on the estate
of Willam Waldrip, deceased by granted.

Ordered that Martha Waldrip and A. B. Waldrip; administrators of the estate of
William Waldrip, deceased be allowed 20 day to give bond.

Ordered that appraiser be appointed to appraise the property belonging to
the estate of Wm Waldrip; deceased; to wit Isaac Lane, William Lamb, Asa
Dalton.

Ordered that letters of administration issue to Martha Waldrip and A. B. Waldrip
on the estate of William Waldrip; deceased xx xx as their bond as assigned.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 137 of 955
Book B; Page 104/105:

Ordered that the amount of Three Hundred and twenty five dollars be allowed
Martha Waldrip widow of William Waldrip; deceased for one years support,
and that said allowance is in xxx xxx that xxxd an addtional allowance may
be made.

Ordered that A.B. Waldrip & Martha Waldrip Administrators of the estate of
William Waldrip; deceased proceed to sell all of the perishable property xxx
to said estate.

Ordered that all the property belonging to the estate of Wm Waldrip exempt from
force sale be set apart to the widow and minor heirs of Wm Waldrip to wit:
200 acres of land; (unreadable); ordered that A. B. Waldrip Administrator of
the estate of Wm. Waldrip deceased proceed to xxd ten acres more or less. At
the time of the sale of property.

Ordered that commissioners be appointed to set apart to Martha Waldrip widow
of Wm Waldrip deceased the 200 acres of land allowed to her by the constitution
to wit: J M Trimble, G. H. Lanier, J. P. Walton, Tandy Howeth.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 145 of 955
Book B; Page 118: (Late 1854/early 1855)
Ordered that the case wherein J. A. Waldrip & Martha Waldrip administrators of the
estate of Wm Waldrip; deceased, be continued.

Ordered that the case wherein A. B.& Martha Waldrip are administrators of the
estate of Wm Waldrip, deceased, be continued.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 156/157 of 955
Book B; Page 138/139: (Early 1855)
Ordered that the Bill of Sale of the property of the estate of Wm Waldrip, deceased;
and record the same.

Ordered that the Bill of Sale presenter A. B. Waldrip administrator of the estate of
Wm Waldrip deceased be received and recorded.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 158 of 955
Book B; Page 142: (Note on side dated 5 July 1855)
Ordered that Tandy Howeth, A. F. Mallard, G. H. Lanier, Joshua B. Lukes, and
J. W. Trimble appointed as commissioners to set apart to Martha Waldrip
widow of Wm Waldrip; her portion of the land belonging to said estate the
commissioners xxx xxx appointed having xxxx to make report.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 168 of 955
Book B; Page 162:
Ordered that a judgement obtained before R. R. Knight against the estate of Wm
Waldrip, deceased; for the amount of forty six dollars in favor of E. M. XXXX be
paid in due course of same.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 172 of 955
Book B; Page 167:
Ordered by the court that A. B. Waldrip Adminstrator and Martha Waldrip Administratix
of the estate of Wm Waldrip be allowed and cause to sell to the highest and best bidder
before the courthouse door in the town of Athens on the first Tuesday in Mary 1856, the
following described land (to pay expenses of adminstration and other outstanding claims
against said estate) to contain four hundred and forty acres of land off of a section of
land containing six hundred and forty acres location by virtue of a colony certificate
granted and patented to the said Wm Waldrip, deceased, in his lifetime upon his
xxxxx Colony headright certificate beginning at the Northeast corner of said section
running west to NW corner thence South thence East to Eastern boundary of said
section along the line of the homestead survey, thence North to the beginning so as to
contain four hundred and forty acres.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 191 of 955
Book B; Page 201:

Ordered by the court that the exhibit of A. B. Waldrip & Martha Waldrip admr & Admx
of est. of Wm Waldrip, dec'd filed at this term of the court showing the condition of
said estate of the expiration of 12 months from grant of letters of administration be
received and recorded.

Ordered by the court that Mrs. Martha Waldrip widow of Wm Waldrip dec'd be allowed
fifty dollars to be paid out of the first xdxx in the hands of adminstrator as an additional
allowance on account of deficiencies in amt of property exempt from forced sale of land.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 195 of 955
Book B; Page 209:

Ordered by the court that A. B. Waldrip & Martha Waldrip Administrator & Administratix
of the estate of William Waldrip deceased be allowed to sell xxx land ordered to be sold
by the court at the December term of 1855 belonging to said estate in the two separate
parcels or tracts of two hundred and twenty acres each and it further ordered that the
said admix & adminrs sell two town lots No's one and five in block twenty four in the town
of Athen belonging to the estate of Wm Waldrip, deceased, according to law on the 1st
Tuesday in May 1856.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 198 of 955
Book B; Page 215: (May 1856)
Ordered by the court that the report of sale of real estate filed by A.B. Waldrip and Martha
Waldrip, admr's and admn'x of the estate of William Waldrip, deceased be confirmed,
received and tha said account be recorded and that admn's and admn'x be and they are
hereby authorized and required to make titlle and conveyance to Kellogg Strong and
Temple Spivey in accordance with said report.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B Image 236 of 955
Book B; Page 286: (Feb 1857)
Martha Waldrip, A. B. Waldrip, Admr's estate of Wm Waldrip, deceased
Ordered and decreed by the court that Isaac Lanier, Littleton Parsons, J. N. Lanier, George
Martin, and Tandy Howeth Sheriff be appointed to set apart to the widow of William Waldrip
deceased 200 acres of land alloweed her as a home stead by the constitution of the state
of Texas. And that the county surveyor of Henderson County be xxx to amend and survey
the same as directed by the commisioners setting the same appart.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol C Image 267 of 955
Book C; Page 41:
A. B. Waldrip Administrator of William Waldrip, deceased
Ordered by the court that Mrs Martha Meeks, formerly Mrs Martha Waldrip the administratix
of said estate because her present husband has failed to join in the administration and her
removing from the county and her neglect of the xxxx of the estate of William Waldrip dec'd
be and she is hereby discontined as administratix of said estate.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol C Image 308 of 955
Book C; Page 123/124:
Ordered and decreed by the court that A.G. Neil, John Bulger, and Wm Davis together with
the sheriff and county surveyor be and they are hereby appointed commissioners of
partition on the dower of the homestead of the late William Waldrip, deceased to the widow
of said deceased according to former order of the court.

Martha Meaks vs the heirs of William Waldrip, deceased
Ordered and xx by the court that the report of the commissioners appointed xxx to partition
and set a side the dower out of the homestead of the late William Waldrip deceased
containing 640 acres of land located by virtue of said Waldrip's colony certificate the
said Martha Meaks being formerly the widow of the late Wm Waldrip, deceased, be
recieved and approved the lines of which are as follows to wit:
Beginning at the SE Corner of six hundred and forty acres of land surveyed for Wm
Waldrip deceased; witness a stake 2 black jacks Marked 8 11 thence N 600 xxx a stake
a post oak 15 in dia xxx 565 W 50 xdxx dis marker x an other 10 in dia xxx xxx xx dist
mark XD thence West 1850 XXX a stake a hickory 14 IN DIA XXX s 10 e 14 dist mk x
thence S 536 xxx a stake a post oak 16 in dia xx N8 W15 xxx dist mk x thence W 350 xxx
a stake a sand jack 6 in dia xx S 10 xxx dist mk x S64 xxx the South East corner of said
orginal survey thence 1974 xxx to the beginning the saide Martha Meaks Dower being
two hundred acres of land off of said 640 acres including all the improvements that
commissioners of partition that the could get without materially inquiring the said
survey - the homestead survey xx off and be said, ordered that plantiff and defendants
both pay equally th east of said partition.


Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol C Image 324 of 955
Book C; Page 155: (Jan 1860)
Carroll vs Waldrip Administrators of Waldrip
Ordered that Executor's against A. B. Waldrip and Martha Waldrip, Martha Meaks of the
estate of William Waldrip, deceased in partition of estate of William Waldrip deceased,
which amount fully shows in records of court and fee books.









Waldrip, William (I52994)
 
213 (Research):The Etymology of the Name Wolgarston

The Domesday Book lists this place as Turgarestone, but as Poulton-Smith points out, no other records support this version and it seems like such an unlikely mutation that we can discount it as a scribal error. The personal name Wulfgar is very likely the first element of the name and the second is tun 'farmstead', so we can take the meaning to be 'Wulfgar's farmstead'. (Poulton-Smith, p.93)


The Shropshire Hearth Tax Roll of 1672 list only a Thomas Ingram in the Munslow Hundred
Book 942.45 b4 page 188. Not sure who this Thomas is; as he would have been born by
at least 1650 or so. 
Ingram, Sampson (I37791)
 
214 (Research):The evening bulletin.
Maysville, Kentucky
May 16, 1904
ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.
A Brother of Policeman Senteney Meets With Sad Fate at San Francisco.
Policeman Senteney received a telephone message. Sunday from relatives
announcing the death of his brother, Mr. Hanson L. Senteney at San Francisco.
Deceased was thirty-two years old and was born and raised near Ripley. Ten
years ago he went to Arizona where he had a position in a silver mine for some time.
From Arizona he went to San Francisco, where he had since held a position as
conductor on a traction line. No particulars have been received yet of the accident
which resulted in his death, but the supposition is that it occurred on the road on
which he was conductor. Mr. Senteney's wife was Miss Ethel Griffith, who formerly
taught in the Aberdeen High school. She leaves San Francisco today with his
remains and is expected to reach Ripley Thursday or Friday. The interment will be
in the family burial ground near Fitch's Chapel.

The evening bulletin.
Maysville, Kentucky
May 26, 1904,
The remains of Hanson L. Senteney, brother of Policeman Senteney, were not shipped
from San Francisco until Tuesday. The delay was caused by the Coroner holding the
body until the inquest was completed. Mr. Senteney's death was caused by a street
car colliding with the car in his charge. On arrival of the remains at Ripley they will be
buried by the Knights of Pythias.

The evening bulletin.
Maysville, Kentucky
June 02, 1904,
Policeman Senteney and family attended the funeral of his brother, Hanson L. Senteney,
at Ripley Tuesday. The latter's remains arrived from San Francisco Monday, and the funeral
took place Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Christian Church, Rev. C. W. Horn of the Georgetown
M. E. Church officiating. Mr. Horn officiated at the marriage of deceased. The remains were
interred in the Maplowood Cemetery, with the honors of the K. of P. 
Senteney, Hanson "Henson" Larkin (I129956)
 
215 (Research):The evening bulletin; Maysville, Kentucky, June 25, 1904:
Mrs. H. L. Senteney, late of San Francisco, is visiting Policeman Senteney
and family. She goes to Tollesboro this afternoon to visit her grandmother,
Mrs. Stevenson. 
Griffith, Ethel Alder (I130028)
 
216 (Research):The infraction occurred in Bruggeford/Bruggefeld which is actually now known
as Great Bridgeford and is north of Stretton. Whytegreve, now known as Whitgreave;
is part of Saint Mary and Chad parishes. Bridgford is only 1.3 miles North of
Whitgreave. Stretton is 10 miles south of Bridgford, where this infraction took place.

A John Halfhide (Halfehed) mustered at Whitgreve, Staffordshire in 1539 with a
Byll (Weapon). No doubt a relation to the John Halfhide listed in 1458.

Late 13th cent (note that Chebsey is a few miles from Whitgreve)
Contents:
Lease by Robert Hasteng to Gilbert de Waldingefeld of a messuage and a virgate of land in the vill of Shallowford within the manor of Chebsey namely that messuage and virgate which the said Robert held of Gervase de Levedale: for 20 years: 5s per annum.
Witnesses: John Nowel, Richard de Huntenebach, Hugh de Wyverton, Adam de Bafter, Robert de Barnevill, Symon de Halfhyde, Robert de le Hull and others.
No seal.

*********Believe the following entry is a key to linking our Ingrams of Staffordshire to Those of Nottingham/Derbyshire**********

Close Rolls, Edward II: October 1322', Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: volume 3: 1318-1323 (1895), pp. 680-683. Oct. 30th, 1322 York. Richard son of Richard de Riboef of Stretton acknowledges that he owes to Robert Ingram of Notingham 10l.; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Derby. (This may be significant, since it could tie our Ingrams of Staffordshire to Nottingham/Derby)

****This Robert Ingram was found to be corrupt as the Sheriff of Nottingham and could have fled to the lands that were given to him in Derby. Since Ingram's are also mentioned in Stretton (Staffordshire); this is a strong lead that needs to be persued*******

****Using this theory; the family would probably have given up there noble status in Nottingham in exchange to just be alive *******

Per the below entry in 1458, we know Henry Ingram was located North
of his present location (Stretton-Near Penkridge), and Bridgford is mentioned.
Gedling, Gedling (Nottinghamshire) is a main area where a major Ingram family is
located. It is only 25 miles from Stretton (Stretton-Burton-upon-Trent).
Stretton-(Near Penkridge) and Stretton-(Burton) are 25 miles from one another.
Basically Great Bridgeford is 15 miles south of Stretton-Penkridge and 10 miles
north of Stretton-Burton (I have connected Henry Ingram in my database to this
Nottingham Ingram family, but it is not yet proven)

Unlike the Germanic Ingram definition, The Finnish deriviative of Ingermanland
fits our R1A lineage; as Ingria and known as the Ingrians and to Ingram.

Vatsd(Ela Saga (of Ketil Thrumr, his son Thorstein, Ingimund and
Saemund, his grandsons, who settled in Vatsdal in Iceland). His-
torical.

Ingermanland
Ingria, Finnish Ingerinta, historic region, NW European Russia, along the Neva River and on the east bank of the Gulf of Finland. Its name derives from the ancient Finnic inhabitants, the Ingers, some of whose descendants (about 93,000) still live in the St. Petersburg (formerly Leningrad) area and are called Ingrians or Finns. In medieval times, the region was subject to Great Novgorod, with which it passed in 1478 to the grand duchy of Moscow. Conquered in the early 17th cent. by Sweden, it remained Swedish until Peter I of Russia captured it in 1702 and built his new capital of St. Petersburg there. The area was formally ceded to Russia by the Treaty of Nystad (1721), which ended the Northern War between Russia and Sweden.

In one version of events, Vikings of Norwegian origin, under their leader Ingimund, arrived in the region in 902AD after having been expelled from Dublin. Ethelflaed, Lady of the Mercians, granted them land in north Wirral, where they settled. (Cheshire/Lancashire area)

The first Viking raids in the west were on islands off the Irish coast in AD795, two years after the famous raid on Lindisfarne (Northumberland). Semi-permanent settlement in Ireland began in the late 830s in fortified camps at Dublin and elsewhere on the major river systems and coastal havens. In England, Danes had reached York by 867. They over-wintered in Mercia (at Repton,Derbyshire), in 873\endash 4, before heading north and east again. Repton is only 60km from Cheshire, yet our first "confirmed sighting" of Scandinavians on the Dee or Mersey occurs at the surprisingly late date of 893. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records that a group of Danes occupied a "deserted city in Wirral which is called Chester". These included remnants of a force under Hástein which had recently been defeated by Alfred on the banks of the river Severn at Buttington, Montgomeryshire. They were chased off into Wales the following year by the Mercians; this may have been the occasion for the refortification of the derelict Roman defences, although Chester was not recorded as an official fortified burh until 907.

Our Ingram DNA testing (My Father, My Sons, and Myself) results find that our Ingram's
belong to the «b»Haplogroup R1a1a1«/b»
«b»The R1a1a1 lineage is believed to have originated in the Eurasian Steppes north of the Black & Caspian Seas. This lineage is thought to descend from a population of the Kurgan culture, known for the domestication of the horse (circa 3000 B.C.E.). These people were also believed to be the first speakers of the Indo-European language group. This lineage is found in central & western Asia, India, and in Slavic populations of Europe.«/b»

In England, it is estimated that only 3 percent of the English population is of the R1A haplogroup. The major R1A population is believed to have come from Scandanavia. Scandinavian migration to the British Isles is a phenomenon that has been occurring for nearly 1,500 years. I belive the Scandanvian name to be derived from Ingermanland (Finnish); and later shorted to Ingram.

The other known major Ingram DNA haplogroups; is the Ingram R1B lineage; which also arrived very early to England. I do believe the R1B lineage would have been very old germanic tribes; but these groups initially settled in the Southeastern portion of the England; in East and West Sussex, and then moving North into the midlands. The germanic name is derived from Engelramus, and means Ing (Germanic God) + Hraban (Raven)


For taxes in 1332; most people in Penkridge didn't own anything worth ten shillings which was the lower limit for taxing and so only those of stature and wealth had to pay. Unless there are some variation of the name I have not found; it is doubtful the Ingram surname of Penkridge parish and close-by areas can be un-covered. 
Ingram, Henry (I11109)
 
217 (Research):The Lamb/Lam family of northeast Alabama including brothers Alva, Samuel,
Willis, etc. have a document handed down from Alva's son John Isbell Lamb.
It is hand written when John was in his 90s. It has a great deal of
information about the Lamb/Lam and Graham families. It also mentions a
Monks family. I believe that in this instance John has mixed his Grahams
and Lambs. I am showing what I found for the benefit of the Lamb/Graham
relatives and hoping they can help untangle this.

I have copied as nearly as I could read the original, including the spelling
so that we have an exact statement. I think this is a great accomplishment
as John was taught to write as an adult. John wrote:

STATEMENT OF JOHN ISBELL LAMB ABOUT HIS FAMILY

"State ment of John I lamb of our family as far Back as I can Remember and
as I have Bin told By older meambars of the famely this the 5 Day of
september sD 1923 the Lamb came from inglan and grans mothers came from
Jurmney and the graham from catelona my gran mothrs names wase penington and
tha all seatled in sheury cauntia north carliner [Surry County North
Carolina] Bfar the Revlution War and seteld on the shaulbury(?) [Salisbury?]
river then the Lamb and graham my grated to north allabam jacksan countia on
painte rocke granmother Lamb hade 7 sones and 3 dautrs Jo stade in north
carliner Izac willes wente to arkansaw hairam staide in jackson cauntia
samuel jakup wente missipia Alvia andeson to tennesee and sheaperd to
Indiany the 3 girles nancey mared Jime Munkes maliny Ballard and mary mared
Curke tha all went to arkansaw granmother graham had 5 Boyes and 3 girles
the Boyes Jessey Hugh John Gidiny and david dide while a younge man mary
maerd S J Lamb and havd 2 children nancy and william Jane my mother hade 3
Boyes Jo John Jim and 7 girls mariay lizzybeth Jane.ann Neetia (Nettie)
hairte (Harriet) uncel hiram and anney had 4 Boyes all went up in the sivel
war Bute Josiah | William John and Jeames uncel Jessie Graham came to texas
in 1852 and seteld in Ruske cauntia then in 1855 moved to Corayell Ca and
settel on Branes creak he had 12 children 8 Boyes and 4 girls the Boyes
Jackson Curtes John Danle Jesey Will Franke Maraw the girles Emiline Martha
Ellen and Ann uncel John wente to indeanny and left 7 children Huldia Haison
Clay Washington Lafayette the other 2 I donte know

Can surning uncel Jeseee Graham family he maird a fanan thar was of the
fanan famely 5 Boyes and 2 girels Martha uncel Jessee wife and ante Salley
hill the Boyes Mick Benn Thom Buck and Jime old graney fanan I donte know
origenel name or her inharited nationallitay she was said to go over 100
years old the fanan family all lived in Franklin Co. Tennsee it was said
that the famon killed in the massicree in tex was one of that family I don't
know uncel Jesiee Graham children Emeline [married] Jo Blackwell Jackson
[married] a Kinzie Jesiee [married] a grifin my brother Jo mairde Sayeray
Blackwell Peater Blackwell dauter thar was of the Blackwell family
Sillvester John Jo Jeff Ben and Aray and Rebeckey that is all I can think of
now yours truely John Isbell Lamb"

-------------------- 
Graham, John (I98231)
 
218 (Research):The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio), January 23, 1909
The circuit court of the third judicial district submitted its report of
the cases heard at its recent session, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The report was submitted by Judges Caleb H. Norris of the city,
M. Donnelly, of Napoleon and S. K. Hurin ot Findlay.

Listed as both attorney and Judge at various Ohio locations.

Cemetery also listed as Spring Grove Cemetery vice Woolawn Crematory. 
Hurin, Silas Everett (I129675)
 
219 (Research):This may be the same John Engram noted in 1575 Rye, Sussex, England records. John Engram was noted to be the Mayor of Rye. Ingram, John (I124559)
 
220 (Research):Thomas Senteney has been a resident of Coles County for more than thirty years. His estate, located on section 27, North Okaw Township, contains eighty acres of choice land. He was born May 16, 1819, near Maysville, Ky., and is the son of Joab and Elizabeth (Doing) Senteney. His great-grandfather, John Senteney, was of German parentage, although born in the United States. He married Miss Mary Hyde, a native of England, and they made their home in the East, dying in the vicinity of New York City. His grandfather, John Senteney, was born in 1761, in New Jersey, and his marriage to Miss Elizabeth Houghton took place there. She was likewise a native of New Jersey. In the year 1790 he moved West with his young wife, and purchasing land near Maysville, Ky., made his permanent home there. After a long life of usefulness his death occurred in 1835 at a ripe old age. His widow survived him several years, and passed away in 1845. Both are buried in the Lawrence Creek Cemetery, near Maysville. Their family consisted of seven children Thomas, Joab, Nancy, Catherine, Charity, Mary and Elijah, all of whom attained maturity and married. John Senteney J; and his wife were, during their lifetime, members of the Baptist Church, and were actively engaged in promoting its interests and building up the cause of Christ.
Joab Senteney was born in 1794, near Maysville, Ky. At that early day the educational advantages of the West were very limited, and he had little opportunity for mental cultivation. Business affairs required his father's absence from home most of the time, and at the age of twenty-one Joab took charge of the farm, and remained on the homestead until his father's death. His marriage to Miss Elizabeth Doing took place in the year 1816. Mrs. Senteney was the daughter of Thomas Doing, and was born in Virginia.
At the time of his father's death Joab Senteney was forty-four years of age, and, taking his share of the estate, went to Franklin County, Ind., where he purchased eighty acres of timber land, which he cleared and cultivated for about five years. He then disposed of his interests in Indiana and removed to Morgan County, Ill. Renting land near Jacksonville he carried on a successful farming business there for about fourteen years, and in the autumn of 1855 removed to that part of Coles County which is now included in Douglas. He there entered forty acres, which he improved and cultivated, making that place his home for life. Mr. Senteney was active and industrious in business, and successfully passed through the hardships and privations incident to pioneer life, in two different States. He was retiring in disposition, and devoted to the interests of his home, never desiring to mingle in public affairs. With his wife he was a member of the Christian Church. Having finished his life work he died in 1863. His widow survived him several years and died in 1875, and they both lie at rest in the old Humbolt burying-ground.
The parental family consisted of nine children: John, deceased, was married to Elizabeth Bobbet; Thomas, the subject of this sketch; Elizabeth, the wife of Oliver Huckstep; Nancy died at the age of sixteen; Robert married Miss Jane Fleming, and resides in Guthrie County, Iowa; William married Miss Minerva Christman, and both died, leaving a family of six children; Jacob married Miss Elizabeth McNealy, and both also died, leaving a family of four children; Peter G., deceased, was married to Miss Ellen Hosteller; Mary is the wife of Martin Lathrop, and resides in this State.
Thomas Senteney attended the subscription schools in the early days, which afforded but meager advantages for education. He was a bright, intelligent boy, and possessed a natural talent for mechanical work. He had often worked with his grandfather in his shop, and became very skillful in the use of tools. Circumstances, however, led him to follow the occupation of agriculture rather than mechanics, and he remained on the homestead assisting his father on the farm until his marriage with Miss Ann Fleming, which took place April 27, 1842. Mrs. Senteney was born Sept. 8, 1824, in Parke County, Ind.,and is the daughter of Stephen and Jane (Kerr) Fleming. After his marriage Mr. Senteney removed to Morgan County, Ill., and engaged in farming on rented land until 1847, when he purchased forty-seven acres in that township. In the autumn of that same year he accidentally cut his foot while chopping wood, inflicting a severe wound, which has ever since disabled him to some extent. In 1853 he disposed of his property in Morgan County, and entered eighty acres in North Okaw Township, on the day after Franklin Pierce was elected to the Presidency. He took possession of the place with his family the February following, and has since made his home here. He also owns a small tract of timber land.
Mr. and Mrs. Senteney have a family of eleven children, recorded as follows: George W., born in July, 1843, enlisted in 1864 for 100 days' service in the Civil War, and was stricken down with the measles during his absence, and died Nov. 9, 1865, soon after reaching home; Melissa died in infancy; John T. married Miss Louisa Kelly, and resides in Humbolt County, Cal.; Martha died in infancy; Sarah is the wife of William Beatty, and a resident of Douglas County, Ill.; Mark married Miss Martha A. Trout, and resides on the homestead, managing his father's farm; Joab died in infancy; James L. married Miss Ida Walker, and resides in this county; Julia, Samuel and Emma all reside at home.
Mr. Senteney's farm is well improved, and mostly fenced in ten-acre lots. His farm is considered one of the best in the State. He has some tiling on the place and a substantial frame residence with good farm buildings. With his wife he has been throughout life a consistent member of the Christian Church. In politics Mr. Senteney is a Republican, and is active in sustaining the principles of that party. He is interested in educational affairs, and has been School Trustee for ten years; he is also serving his second term as School Director, and has been Assessor one term. 
Senteney, John (I129909)
 
221 (Research):Thomas Warren (1773-1860 from Lee County VA) line of descendants moved from IN to KS.

May be a connection 
Warren, John (I120497)
 
222 (Research):TOPE DORIS W 1764 E APRIL ELAINE AVE COEUR D'ALENE ID 83815 DORCHESTERS MOBILE PARK

Appraised 1-1-2009 
Bosworth, Doris Winifred (I22233)
 
223 (Research):William listed in 1820 Freeport, Harrison County, Ohio federal census.
His age listed between 30-40; placing his birth between
1790-1799.

Listed on 1828 Freeport, Harrison County, Ohio tax list.

William listed in 1830 Freeport, Harrison County, Ohio federal census.
His age listed between 26-45; placing his birth between
1786-1804. 
Whittington, William (I126101)
 
224 (Research):William Warren transported to Maryland 1657. Linked to the name Thomas Trueman.

Samuel Warren linked to Truemans in 1690's records. Possible son of William.

Samuel Warren in Prince George's county same time as Hugh Warren. Possible Son of William.

John Warren in Prince George's and Calvert County. Possible son of William and possible father of Hugh.

John Warren is listed as a clerk in Calvert County, which at that time was a position appointed
by the Governor. 
Warren, John (I123324)
 
225 (Research):Worcestershire - Year 1525
Plantiff - debt Ingram, John, vicar of Chaddesley, executors of; (Blount, Thomas; Weverton, Edmund)
Defendants - Pachet, John, of Broughton, husbandman; Kyndon, Roger, of Sturbryge, weaver; Horthyll, Humphrey, of Belle Broughton, husbandman

Chaddesley is about 23 miles from Brewood 
Ingram, John (I111012)
 
226 (Research):World War 1 draft registration card listed birthdate as 17 October 1877.
Deat record listed his birth day as the 29th and month as September. He
was listed as 63 years old on the death certificate (1874).

Birth record stated birthdate as 10 April 1878 in Union, Brown Co., OH. 
Senteney, Andrew (I129934)
 
227 (Research):World War 1 draft registration card listed birthdate as 4 March 1880.

Cemetery marker indicated 14 Feb, 1879 and died 12 Oct 1959.

The 1880 census does not indicate he was born within the census
year; listed Harry as age 1. Believe his birth year to be 1879, based
on the census data. 
Senteney, Harry (I129937)
 
228 (Research):York Co., Virginia Records 1672-1676

Page 158, At a Court held for York Co. March 1, 1675/76: Administration of the estate of Mr. Ralph HUNT dec'd, was granted to Richard HUNT, the Dec'd's son; & estate to be appraised by Mr. Charles DUNN, Mr. Wm. WISE, & Mr. Robert Curtis. Mr. John HUNT became security for his nephew Richard Hunt... 
Hunt, Ralph (I123108)
 
229 (Research):«b»«i»Arthur, «/b»«/i»of Knottingley, d. s.p. 25 Aug. 1733 in his
seventy-third year, bur. at Knottingley. M.I. Will
dated 14 June 1733, pr. at York (vol. lzxxiii, 196);
mar. 18 July 1709 Dorothy, second dau. of
William Horsfall, of Storthes Hall, Kirkburton. 
Ingram, Arthur (I20964)
 
230 (Research):«i»1.5.Richard Ingram of Penckrich, shoemaker, taken by Roger Boulton, John Huntbatch and Robert Stevenson, on 31 May 1666. lsd Cat.Ref. No.«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
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Ittm. 4 Cowes more left in trust wth the Deceased for the use of John Lea sonne of Thomas Lea of Little Betton in the county of Sallup to be Deliverd to the said John when he shall attaine to the full age of 21 yeares. 11 00 00 2a 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 5 naggs and mares 111000 205«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 18 ould sheepe and 4 Lambes 061304 2b5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 4 ould swine and 7 pigges 040404 2c5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 14 strike seednes of winter corne 051000 4a5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 22 strike seednes barley 070608 4a5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 22 strike seednes of payse & oates 040000 4a5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. Corne in the barne about 12 strike of Rye 011000 4b5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. Maulte and corne in the house 90 str. 101500 65«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 44 payer of shewes in the shopp 050000 65«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. One Dossen of Childrens shewes 001000 65«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the shop uncut leather 011000 65«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. Lastes in the shop & working tooles 000608 65«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the shop booke of good & desperate Debts 300000 275«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. Onne ould wagon body & wheeles, One ould tumbrill & ould wheeles, with plowes harrowes horse geares, and all manner of wayne and plowe tymber & implements of husbandry 05 00 00 3 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 60 Loade of meanure and upmucks 021000 35«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Dwellinge house one Longe table one side table one Iron Jacke 5 Joyned stooles 5 Cheeres and other necessaries used in the house 01 16 00 12 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Lower p[ar]lor one longe table 2 Joyned formes, one great Joyned Chest, one livery Cubbard, one Joyned bedstid,bedcords, bedmatts& one trundlebed, & 3 Cussions, one featherbed 2 boulsters, one rug, 2 blanketts with Curtens and vallents 04 07 00 9/12 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the best Chamber, one longe table, one Carpett, 6 Joyned Cheeres, 5 Cushions, one Joyned stoole, one Joyned Bedstidd, one trundle bedstidd, one ffeatherbed 2 boulsters, 2 pillowes, 2 blanketts, one Rugge, with Curtens and vallents, bedcords & matts one Largelooking glass & one iron grate 09 05 00 9/12 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Inner Chamber, one table, one joined bedstidd, one Joyned Cheere, one ffeatherbed, one blanket, one coverlid, 2 boulsters, 2 curtens, & one side vallent, one bedmatt & bedcord & 2 Cushions. 03 06 04 9/12 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the chamber over the house, one longe table & carpette, 2 Joyned bedstidds, one Joyned furme, 3 Cheeres, one ffeatherbed 2 boulsters, one pillowe one payer of Curtens & Vallants, one blanket, one Coveringe, one other course bed,one boulster, 2 blanketts, on e peyer of Curtens & vallants one Iron grate, ffyer shouell & tonges, bedmatts and bedcords 06 04 06 9/12 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the middle Chamber, one ould table, one Joyned furme ,one coffer, one halfe headed bedstidd, one ffeatherbed 2 ffeather boulsters, 2 pillowes, one Coveringe, one blanket, one payer of curtens and vallents, a bedmatt & bedcord. 03 12 00 9/12 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Inner Chamber, one little table, one halfe headed bed stidd, one trundle bed, 2 ffeatherbeds, 3 ffeather boulsters, 2 Cov[er]inges 3 blanketts bedmatts & bedcords. 03 00 06 9 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Chamber ov[er] the Shoppe one Joyned bedstidd, 2 trundle bedstidds, one ould trunke, bedcords & matts, & one side table. 00 13 04 9 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm in the mayds Chamber, one bedstidd one ffeatherbed, one boulster, one Cov[er]inge, 2 blanketts, bedcord & matt. 011510 95«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Lower p[ar]lor next the house, two bedstidds, one chest, one deske, one greate coffer, one Cubbard, 2 ffeatherbeds, 3 boulsters, 2 Cov[er]lings 3 blanketts, bedcords and bedmatts, one payer of Curtens. 04 18 04 9 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Kitchen, one brasse furnace, brasse potts, and brass kettles & possnetts used there. 070400 105«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. All Sortes of pewter 040600 105«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. One mault mill, all manor of brewinge vessells, 3 Iron Spitts, one payer of Iron Rackes, Iron Grates, ffyer Shouell, and tonnges, Dreepinge pans, pott geales, and all other necessarys either of iron or tin used in the Kitchen. 04 08 04 7 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. In the Sellar 6 hodgsheads, 3 barrells, & two halfe hodgsheads 020000 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. Nappreware, 16 payer of flaxon sheets, 080000 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
16 payer of hempton sheets 061000 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
4 payer of canvas sheets 001304 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
5 Dossen of flaxon napkins 020000 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
3 Dossen & a halfe of hempton napkins 001400 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
4 Dosse & a halfe of canvas napkins 0005 00 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
16 table cloathes 021000 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
18 pillowbeares 010400 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
6 towells 000300 75«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Newe cloth uncutt in the house 001000 65«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. Salte meate in the house, and all manor of houseolt p[ro]vision 050000 4c5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. 6 dossen of trenchers, 4 pailes, and all other necessarys, & Lumber either greate or small not praised before used in house keepinge 01 00 00 7 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Ittm. His wareing apparel and Readdy money in his purse 061304 235«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»
Totall sume is 2090510 5«tab»«tab»«tab»«/i»«/b» 
Ingram, Richard "Richardi" (I108518)
 
231 (Source: History of the Towns of Sherborn & Holliston, by Rev. AbnerMorse, Boston, Mass., 1856)

(Source: History of the Towns of Sherborn & Holliston, by Rev.AbnerMorse, Boston, Mass., 1856) 
Holbrook, Thomas (I2238)
 
232 (Source: History of the Towns of Sherborn & Holliston, by Rev. AbnerMorse, Boston, Mass., 1856, p. 162); Holbrook, Patience (I859)
 
233 (Suff. XVIII: 65-6) The will of Caleb Sever Senr of Roxbury, mentionshiseldest son Caleb, sons Nicholas and Thomas Sever; daus. Elizabeth Holbrook,and Sarah Winchester; sons Caleb and Thomas sole exors. Signed 29 Aug.1710. In presence of John Davis, John Mayo, Jacob Pepper and Richard Hall. Proved 13 Mar. 1713 Sever, Caleb (I52435)
 
234 (Taylor County Deed Books - 22 April 1864, pages 107 & 108)

Know all men by these presents that I Mary Warren, of the county of Taylor and State of Kentucky for & in consideration of my maintenance during my natural life of all the ??? which it may require of food and rainment and other ??? any I have this day bargained and sold and by these presents doth convey unto my son Jeremiah & Greenbury Warren my tract of land on which I now live containing 125 acres which they have divided between them and bounded as follows .............For brevity, remaining portion of document omitted. 
Martin, Mary 'Polly' (I36841)
 
235 (The Macomber Line). (I) William Macomber was born in Dorchester, England, 1610. Hisbrother,John Macomber, settled at Taunton, Massachusetts, was acarpenter bytrade, with a son John, and perhaps others. William was acooper. Hesettled in 1638 at Plymouth. and in company with HenryMadeley, ofDorchester, a carpenter, he received permission to dwell atPlymouth,April 2d that year. He removed to Duxbury, where he was onthe list ofmen able to bear arms, 1643, and subsequently removed toMarshfield. Hedied 1670, and the inventory of his property is datedMay 27, same year.His wife Priscilla survived him. Their children:Edith, married,November, 1664, John Lincoln; William, resided atDartmouth; Sarah,married, November 6, 1666, William Briggs; Mathew,born February 3, 1649,died at Taunton, aged about twenty-five years,will dated December 9,1675, bequeathing to mother and brothers John,Thomas and William;Thomas, mentioned below; John; Hannah, married,October, 1672, JosephRandall, of Scituate. Macomber, William (I96003)
 
236 ****
Ohio Plain Dealer Newpaper
18 June 1976

Services for Rudolph T. (Larry) Seaman, 77, of Seven Hills,
retired partner of Peter Paul Mechanical Service, will be at
10: a.m. Monday at St. Columbkille Catholic Church, 6740
Broadview Rd., Parma.

Mr. Seaman died Wednesday in a nursing home in Phoenix,
Arizl, where he had a winter home. He had been ill for three
months.

He became a Peter Paul partner after buying into the company
in 1945 and retired eight years ago.

He started his office equipment carrer in 1923 as a regional
representative for A.B. Dick Co. and later was the Royal
Typewriter representative here.

During World War II he have up business and worked as a
die maker for Clevelan Pneumatic Co.

He served at different times on the councils of three Catholic
parishes: Our Lady of Good Council, St. Leo and St. Columbkille.

Surviving are his wife, Erna; daughters, Loretta Retay, Lois
Sheldon, Patricia Pelot and Joan Tilden; son, Jack, and three
brothers.
*****

Arrived in New York on 17 September 1904 on the ship Kaiser Wilhelm II 
Seaman, Rudolph Thomas "Larry" (I123072)
 
237 ***** Information about Asa is from Warren Cantrell's Extract. ***** His mother and 2 children were listed in Rockingham co., Nc 1800census.Mentioned in his grandfather Issac's will.

Several land transactions are mentioned in Warren Cantrell's extract. In Green Co. for 1830 Census, household included a female 15-20,twomales 5-10, two females under 5 and one male under 5. He alsoowned 3slaves, a female 24-36, and 2 females under 10.

Cannot be found on 1840 census as Asa CANTRELL, but in 1840 census,there is an Asa CRANTWELL listed, 1 male under 5, 1 male between 5-10, 3malesbetween 15-20, 1 male between 40-50, 2 females between 5-10, 2femalesbetween 10-15, and 1 female between 30-40.

In 1850 census, recorded in Green Co., and his real estate was valuedat$399, with 6 unmarried children at home.

In 1860 census, recorded in Dist. #1, P.O. Allendale, Green Co., andhisreal estate was valued at $1500, and personal property at $800. forsomeunknown reason, his birth place is recorded at VA. there were2unmarried children at home and a girl Ann Underwood.

In 1870 census, recorded in Lower Brush Creek Precinct, P.O.Greenfield,Green Co., and his real estate was valued at $1500, andpersonal propertyat $825. One unmarried son was recorded at home and alaborer, W.W. Akinand a 10 year old George Perkins, who was attendingschool.

In 1870 Green Co. census, he was Asa Cantrel, age 73, W/M, farmer,bornin KY. Asa's will was submitted for probate 1/19/1880 and is filed in Willbook,page 49, Green Co. Records. 
Cantrell, Asa David (I41796)
 
238 ****** A record dated October 18, 1804, from Adair County Kentucky Deed Abstracts, Books A and B, 1802-1811 by Michael C. Watson p. 13:
Nathaniel Welch of Madison Co, VA to Edmund Willis of Culpeper Co, VA "but now removed to the State of Kentucky" 1000 acres in Adair, Caney Fork of Russels Creek: Witnesses: John Wagoner, Oliver G. Wagoner, Hurbert G. Wagoner and Jere. Ingram. 
Willis, Sarah "Sally" (I125080)
 
239 ----------- FRANK DUX, LONGTIME LOYAL RESIDENT, DIES AT MEMORIAL HOME Frank Dux, 88, of Route 2, Loyal, Clark County, died at 1:30a.m.Thursday, Nov. 6, 1975 at Memorial Home, Neillsville. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Trinity LutheranChurch,Loyal, with burial in the Lutheran Cemetery. The Rev. WilliamHumlieofficiated. Frank Dux was born Feb. 4, 1888 in the Town of Pine Valley. Hereceivedhis education in local schools. He was married on Oct. 6, 1910to theformer Hilda Wegner, who preceded him in death in 1967. Aftertheirmarriage they lived and farmed in the Town of York. He livedthere untilSept. 21, when he became a resident of Memorial Home. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal. The Rinka Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Frank Dux is survived by two sons, Erwin and Verland, both of R. 2,Loyal3 brothers, Ben and Herman of Neillsville, and Robert ofLancaster,Calif. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife he was preceded in death by three sisters andonebrother. (This transcribed and copyrighted material is used on this nonprofitsitewith permission and may not be copied and posted on any commercialsitessuch as Family Tree Maker or the mergedcompaniesAncestry/RootsWeb/MyFamily.)

SOURCE: TRIBUNE-RECORD-GLEANER 11/12/1975 
Dux, Frank (I2739)
 
240 ---------ERWIN DUX Erwin Herman Dux, 82, Loyal, Clark County, died Tuesday, Sept. 17,1996,at Colonial House Nursing Rehabilitation Center, Colby. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 20, 1996,atTrinity Lutheran Church, Loyal. Rev. Joseph Kraly and Rev.BrunoSchlachtenhaufen officiated. Jean Abel was the organist. Burialwas inthe Loyal Lutheran Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jim Dux, Nathan Noeldner, Jerry Noeldner, HaroldDahl,Ray Oestreich and Lowell Roehl. Erwin Herman Dux was born on Sept. 8, 1914, in the Town of York, toFrankand Hilda (nee Wegner) Dux. He was born and raised on the family farm south of Loyal. Hegraduatedfrom Loyal High School in 1934. After school, he hauled milkfor StanleyStevens. He married Martha Noeldner on June 12, 1940, atTrinity LutheranChurch, Loyal. She survives. After their marriage,they farmed for 35years. In 1975, they moved into Loyal and he workedpart-time at LoyalIGA. At the same time, he continued to work on thefarm, which he trulyenjoyed. He entered the nursing home in May of1993 and resided thereuntil the time of his death. He was a member ofTrinity Lutheran Church,where he was a head usher for several years, amember of the AdultFellowship Group and a past member of the churchDartball team. He wasalso a charter member of the Loyal Circle 8Square Dance Club. Survivors include his wife two daughters, Marjorie (Richard)Rohde,Greenwood and Sharon (Darrel) Counard, Richfield two sons,Robert (Sue)Dux, Marshfield and Dennis Dux, Loyal 10 grandchildrentwostep-grandchildren two great-grandchildren and one brother,Verland(Laura) Dux, Loyal. He was preceded in death by his parents. Rinka Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.

SOURCE: TRIBUNE-RECORD-GLEANER 09/25/1996 
Dux, Erwin Herman (I2810)
 
241 ---------Source: TRIBUNE-RECORD-GLEANER (Clark County, Wis.)02/20/1991 ---------Noll, Alma A. (1903 1991) Alma A. Noll, 87, Neillsville, died Saturday, Feb. 16, 1991,atNeillsville Memorial Hospital, Neillsville. Funeral services wereheldWednesday, Feb. 20, 1991, at 1 p.m. at St. John s EvangelicalLutheranChurch, Neillsville. Rev. Richard F. Weber officiated andburial was inthe Neillsville City Cemetery. Grandsons served aspallbearers. Alma A. Nemitz was born Sept. 1, 1903, in the Town of Pine Valley,ClarkCounty, to Fredrich and Minnie (nee Wetzel) Nemitz. She receivedhereducation at St. John s Lutheran School in Neillsville. ShemarriedAlbert Dux Sept. 12, 1923, in Glendive, Mont. They farmed inthe Town ofPine Valley until his death in 1960. She then moved toNeillsville. Shemarried Harry Noll Nov. 6, 1967, in Neillsville. Theyresided inNeillsville until his death in 1974. She entered theNeillsville MemorialHome in Aug. 1988. She was a member of St. John sEvangelical LutheranChurch, Ladies Aid, and the Neillsville SeniroCitizens. Survivors include three sons, Everett Dux, Neillsville MelvinDux.Neillsville and Norman Dux, Wausau two daughters, Mrs. Clarence(Marie)Meier, Neillsville and Irene Meier, Neillsville one brother,LouisNemitz, Chetek 18 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, both husbands, threebrothersand one grandson. Gesche Funeral Home, Inc., handled the arrangements. Nemitz, Alma (I2773)
 
242 ---------Source: TRIBUNE-RECORD-GLEANER (Clark County, Wis.)05/30/1990 ---------Dux, Otto H. (1896 1990) Otto H. Dux, 94, Neillsville, died Monday, May 21, 1990, at 11:25 a.m.atNeillsville Memorial Home. Funeral services were held Thursday, May24,1990, at Calvary Lutheran Church, Neillsville. Rev. JamesGordonofficiated. Burial was in the Neillsville Cemetery. AmericanLegion Post73 served as pallbearers. Otto Dux was born Jan. 27, 1896, in Clark County to Fred andWilhelmina(Nemitz) Dux. He received his education at St. John sLutheran School inNeillsville. He worked on the family farm andNeighboring farms afterschool. He entered the service in 1917. Afterreturning home he marriedAmanda Bub in Kiel, on Oct. 19, 1920. Shedied Jan. 26, 1980. They livedin the town of York for a short time. Hehad an orchestra in the 1930 sand early 40 s. He worked many differentjobs, hauling milk by horse andwagon during the depression he was acarpenter and barber and wasemployed by the Farmers Union in the 50 s.He retired from farming in1960. He was a member of Calvary LutheranChurch and a member of theAmerican Legion Post 73. Surviving him are one son, Harris Dux, Hudson Mrs. Clarence(Marion)DeCremer, DeForest Mrs. Robert (Julie) Thompson, Neillsvillefivegrandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, two brothers and fivesisters. Dux, Otto H. (I2719)
 
243 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2824)
 
244 Davis, Duffey (I100880)
 
245 ........... 7 Lillie Flossie BELL b: October 13, 1883 in Green County,Kentucky d: October 20, 1965 in Summersville, Green County, Kentucky

........... 7 Lillie Flossie BELL b: October 13, 1883 in Green County,Kentucky d: October 20, 1965 in Summersville, Green County, Kentucky 
Bell, Lillie Flossie (I85059)
 
246 02 Sep 1911 Nov 1977 (not specified) 49738 (Grayling, Crawford,MI)264-98-6735 Florida Stratton, Loretta (I58049)
 
247 1 - Left first wife and 3 children after mistake operation leftwifecrippled in one leg. Moved to Clayton. 2 - Divorced from second wife - my mother. Moved to John Hanes'tobaccobarn, in the strip shed. Later bought house beside store andpost officeon Main Street. 3 - Divorced. He lied about his age, claiming to be 58 when he was 67. 4 - Divorced. Since his real name appeared about five lines up onthemarriage record book, for marriage number 3, he used my name or"Abe" onthis marriage license. He also lied about his age, claiming hewas 57when he was 69. He fixed her a new bathroom and bought her a carfromBill Miller in Ithaca. She wanted him to move to Potsdam, and hewouldn'tgo. 5 - Divorced. He lied about his age. He claimed he was 60 when infacthe was 73. He also stated that he was twice married and twicedivorced.In fact he was married four times and divorced four timesbefore hismarriage to Pearl. 6 - Widowed. He also lied about his previous marriages claimingtwoprevious marriages, once divorced and once widowed when he gothislicense, and he also lied about his age, claiming he was 60 butwasactually 75. He died when he was 78. Lincoln, Lurton Clarence (I59253)
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7840)
 
249 1047 German/Norwegian. Height: 5'10''. Weight: 186. Blood type O+.BrownStraight hair. Brown eyes. Medium complexion. BA.Telemarketer/Writer/TaxPreparation. Interests: Cars/Broadcasting.Boy born Jul25, 1997 Posted 08/12/06 by Cdumbrille.

Started donating 1987. Stopped donating 2000. Brown Straighthair.Catholic. Girl born 1988 Read message posted 03/21/06 by Only2krs.

Norwegian/German. Height: 5'10". Weight: 186. Blood type O+.BrownStraight hair. Brown eyes. Medium complexion. Bachelors inChemistry,Vocational School for Accounting. Writer/tax preparer.Christian.Interests: Radio personality, talk radio, cars,international music.Farsighted, one brother, three sisters. Mother isa tax preparer, fatherwas a policeman (died from heart attack at theage of 62 on or before9-5-97). Describes himself as a walkingdictionary who has never lost atTrivial Pursuit. Speaks German as asecond language. Note to the donor ifhe is viewing this: We (kidsincluded) would be interested in meeting youand/or learning more aboutyou if you are interested. This can be onwhatever terms you arecomfortable with. We can never thank you enoughfor our two beautifulchildren, and we are curious about you! Thank youvery much for yourselfless gift--without you my son or daughter wouldnot exist, and itwould be hard to imagine life without them. This donorwas also listedas Donor 1047 with ReproMed, Ltd. (Canada). His sperm wasavailable onthe CLI Aug. 1986 donor list (he may have donated beforethen), and hewas available until March of 2002 when Fairfax purchasedCLI. His listof geographical restrictions leads me to think there are atleast 21offspring resulting from his donations. Boy born Aug3, 1991 Girl born Apr14, 1993 Read message posted 10/18/03 by Sforsberg56156. Yahoo Msg2276.

Boy born Dec2000 Posted 06/18/03 by Tmckinzey. Yahoo Msg1296.

German/Norwegian. Height: 5'10". Weight: 186. Blood type O+.BrownStraight hair. Brown eyes. Medium complexion. College degree:chemistry.Writer/Tax preparer. Christian. Interests: Music, cooking,baseball,writing, broadcasting. Boy born Dec2002 Posted 05/24/03 by Mickbeth. Yahoo Msg809. 
??? (I19161)
 
250 11 April 1933 Border Crossing record listed father as Santiago Garza Salinas Garza, Maria Julieta M. (I133473)
 
251 11 November 1754, Frederick Co., Virginia Will Book 2, Page 435.

John Vance, Cooper, of Frederick Co., Virginia devises as follows: to wife Elizabeth Vance one bay mare called Bonny, her saddle and the third part of all of his estate; to his son John Vance Jr., his house with 400 acres of land, part of the tract where John Vance Sr. now lives; to his daughter Elizabeth Matthews 90 acres bonding on the meadow adjoining George William ?, land, provided land shall never be sold to anyone except John Vance Jr.; to his daughter Hannah Crafford five shillings; to his son Alexander Vance 145 acres that he now lives on; wife Elizabeth and son John to be executors. Signed the mark of John Vance, in the presence of the mark of Margaret McHee, the mark of Anne McHee and John Doones. 
Vance, John (I35312)
 
252 11-19-1802: John and Catherine Skaggs to Joseph Skaggs, $1.00 for 125 acres, part of 668 acres.

Monroe County, West Virginia, Deed Books, page 243: This indenture made the 19th day of October one thousand eight hundred and two between John Skaggs & Catherine his wife of the one part and Joseph Skaggs of the other part east of the County of Monroe & State of Virginia witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to them in hand paid at or before the ensiling and delivering of these presents the receipt where of they hereby acknowledge have by these presents bargained & sold unto the said Joseph Skaggs a certain tract of land containing 125 acres more or less being part of a survey of 668 acres by survey bearing the The day of October, 1787 and a patent was granted to the said John Skaggs the 4th day of February, 1795 lying in Monroe County and is bounded as the old---and with the same N.65, W.22 poles to a sugartree &====N. 46, W. 80 poles to a road N. 22, W. 40 polesto a white oak & ash at a path N. 880, W. 54 poles to two sugar trees. N. 55, W. 80 poles to white oak & sugar tree corner to Doren & N. 68, E.---to a Lyn by Wolf Creek & N. 30, E. 20 poles to Buckley & sweet elm to said line & leading through the survey S. 82, E. 60 poles to white oak & run N. 78, E. 144 poles to two poplars by a fence corner to James Skaggs & S. 1, E. 246 poles to the double Lyn; the beginning with its appurtenance as to the said Joseph Skaggs and his heirs & assigns forever and the said John Skaggs and Catherine his wife for themselves & their heirs doth covenant with the and agree the said tract of land from themselves & their heirs to the said Joseph Scaggs his heirs and assigns forever will warrant & forever defend the same from all other claims whatsoever in witness where of we have hereunto set our hands and seals this day & year aforesaid.

Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of John Skaggs Catherine X Skaggs.

Monroe April court 1803: This deed of Bargain & sale from John Skaggs & Catherine his wife to Joseph Skaggs was acknowledged. She the said Catherine being first privately examined as the law direct & ordered to record. 
Skaggs, John Isaac (I37100)
 
253 11/1/2001 obit (p)

Lois Sheldon-Giza, 76, died on Oct 23, 2001. Lois was born in Cleveland,

Ohio and moved to Phoenix in 1950. She is survived by daughter, Barbara and

son-in-law, Stephen Sutter; three granddaughters: Pamela, Sheila and Jenni

Sutter; and four great grandchildren. She was much loved by Richard Giza,

sisters Loretta Retay, Patricia Pelot, and Joan Tilden; goddaughter, Laurel

Retay; and many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be held Saturday,

November 3, 2001 at St. Paul's Church, 330 W. Coral Gables Dr, Phoenix at

11:30am in the small chapel. 
Seaman, Lois E. (I121535)
 
254 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I42783)
 
255 12th Earl Of Oxford, England. De Vere, John (I85591)
 
256 13 Feb. 1846 - Sanford Black, one of the 10 heirs of Jeremiah
Black, deceased, to Alexander Scott of Green County, Ky. all of my interest
to the one tract of land.

Lengthy Green County, Kentucky circuit court suit between William Barret and the Black family
heirs provided some general information of this family. The suit was triggered after the 1833
death of father Jeremiah Black. During this lengthy suit; it was reported that Sanford died
in 1847.

Will of Sanford Black in Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee was made on 16 March 1846 and
proven 3 March 1847 in Wilson County, Tennessee. Named brothers Robert, Franklin, Gamaliel,
and Charles. Robert was appointed to Divide estate; and was living in Green County, Kentucky
at time of will. 
Black, Sanford (I42420)
 
257 1332-33 Lay Subsidy Rolls
Town of HOMME
Johanne Ingram
Adam De Ingram 
Ingram, Johanne (I126784)
 
258 14 Jan 1708/9; William Dolton registers cattle mark Recorded at request of Samuell Hanson: 19 Nov 1708; Quit Claim from John Warren, Gent., to Samll. Hanson and his wife, extx. of Benjamin Warren, Gent., dec'd; land late in the possession of Benjamin Warren, dec'd, bro. of John Warren; 190 acres part of a tract called The Hills containing a total of 240 acres; bounded by Humphrey Attwicks, Thomas Mitchell, Wicomico Field now possessed by Thomas Read;/s/ John Warren; wit. Wm. Herbert, Robert Yates, Thomas Coart; 19 Nov 1708 John Warren ack. deed for 190 acres to Samuel Hanson and his wife Elizabeth for the life of sd. Elizabeth

The will of John Warren dated 12 Aug 1713, proved 13 Feb 1713/14 in Charles County Maryland was witnessed by John Maddox, Alexander Contee & Thos. Lewis. He devised to his wife Judith Warren the 500 a. dwelling plantation and Hatton's Point. He divided the remaining property between his two daughters, Mary Warren and Ann Warren. Mary Warren received from her father tracts Rich Thicketts with 500 a. adjoining tracts The Hills and Warren's Discovery. Ann Warren received The Tanyard and Smoot's Purchase. 
Warren, John (I54352)
 
259 16 MAY 1859 Eaton, William C. (I109184)
 
260 16-March-1864: William CORNELL, 32, of Barrie, b: County Cork,Ireland, son of Richard and Mary Cornell. Married to: Amelia HATCH, 21, of Barrie, b: Coldwater, daughter of James and Jane HATCH. Wit: David Lawrence, of Barrie. Minister: Thomas Feather, Wesleyan Methodist Hatch, Amelia (I49297)
 
261 1633-1931
Held by «tab»Lancashire Record Office

Release: Hugh Warren of Stockport, acknowledges receipt of £1,000 and interest settled by deed of Robert Hesketh dated 2 [sic] Aug. 1696. 
Hesketh, Robert (I28376)
 
262 1661-1663 (St. Mary's MD Admin. Accts., p. 49-67)
The acct of Luke GARDINER, Gent., the sole surviving executor of the will of
Robert COLE, late of St. Clements Hundred, in SM, as it stands allowed, by the
judge for probate of wills and granting administration after exceptions made by
Robert COLE, son and heir of the testator & Ignatius WARREN, who m Mary,
the dau of the Testator. The acct. stands charged with all the goods and chattels
of the decd, according to an inventory made by sd Robert COLE and left in the
hands of the accountant by sd testator at his departure for England, which is as
follows… [18 pp of items] … divers sums of tobacco by him deceived, due to sd
estate in the year 1662, viz. tobacco recived of: … Richard BENNETT,
Colo EVANS, Joseph ALVEY, Matthew ROSE, Richd SHIPPEY, Doctor
LUMBROZIO, John SHANK… Capt. COOK for Mary COLE'S passage
4 £ sterling… 1662 [nb: should be 67 or 68?] Tobacco was paid to: Joseph
ALVEY for 6 barrels of corn… 1669… Capt. Matthew BARNES for
Edward COLE'S passage to England… s/14 Feb 1673. Luke GARDINER.
(St. Mary's Administrative Accounts, TLC Genealogy, Miami Beach, 1994, p. 136)

Edward Cotten, Newtowne, Saint Mary's County, Maryland
1.46
Will written - 4 April 1653
To Mr. Starkey, Ignatius Warren, eldest son of John Warren, George Prouse,
James Grinaway, Thomas Matthews Jr., Darby Flanagan and John Wheatley's
eldest daughter, perssonalty; also personalty to establish a school at Newtowne
at discretion of executors.
To Barnaby Jackson, personalty provisionally.
To John Warren, 450 acres of land at Newtowne.
Executors: Thomas Matthews, Ralph Crouch
Testators: John Pile, Walter Pakes.
Will Testated 22 April 1653 
Warren, Ignatius (I11560)
 
263 17 Sept 1699; Christoffel Hooglant, Helenaa Aartse; Christoffel;JanAartse, Catharina Cregier wife of Marten Roelofse Jillesse

His will being dated Mar. 12, 1676, and rec. on p. 83 of Lib. 3 inoff. of surr. of N. Y.)

From "The Hoagland Family in America"

This sturdy pioneer (Christoffel) was born in Holland in 1634. Hecamefrom Haarlem to New Amsterdam when but a youth. He was clerk foramercantile house, and it appears that on his coming of age hecommencedbusiness for himself. In 1655 his name appears on the recordsof theBurgomasters and Schepens Court. We infer from the previoussilence ofthe records regarding him that he had but lately arrived inthis country.He next comes to our notice on the 16th of March, 1661,when he unitedwith the Dutch Church in New Amsterdam.

The fact that so many respectable persons from Haarlem were thenlivingin New Amsterdam, as Johannes de Puyster, Abraham van Duzer,William deGroot, Abraham de La Noy, Anthony de Mill, Gerrit Roos,JohannesVerbrugge and Cornelis Steinwyck, all of more or less note,starts thequery whether Hooglandt may not have come out with some oneof these as abusiness assistant, for he seems to have been bred to amercantile life.Evidently he had been well educated, and was of a goodfamily.

The next notice of him is on April 24, 1661, when he stands as witnessatthe baptism of a child of Martin Abrahams, who had arrived here ayearbefore from Bloemendael. On June 23rd ensuing, his intendedmarriage withMiss Catrina Cregier, a young woman born here in 1645,and the daughterof Capt. Martin Cregier, a noted officer under Kieftand Stuyvesant, wasformally announced from the pulpit of the chruch inthe fort. Thisalliance was not only calculated to give yourg Hooglandta socialstanding, but shows that he was even then held in esteem. Hemust havealready obtained some prominence as a merchant, because, onOctober 21,1661, he and Hendrick Willemsen, baker, "as having a betterknowledge ofbread," were appointed by the Court of Burgomasters andSchepens to putin force an ordinance passed on that date regulatingthe quality, weightand price of bread, and the forbidding of bakers"to bake any morekoeckjes, jumbles or sweet cake."

While yet young he was regarded as a leading citizen. On the conquestofthe country by the English in 1664, he, as Schepen, though notjoiningwith those who urged surrender without resistance, made thebest of thesituation, and took the oath of allegiance. Evidently a manof sterlingcharacter, we see him filling his place with the best ofthe citizens.

On May, 1666, he sat as a juryman with Francis Rombouts,GulianVerplanck, William Bogardus, Johannes De Puyster and others, onanimportant case before the Mayor's Court, relating to the "Bronck'sLand"in Westchester County. At this date he was living in the HoogeStreet,supposed to have been a part of the present Pearl Street, westside ofBroad, his lot being described as "Hoogland's Corner, front toye bridge,50 feet to ye Pearl Street," crossing the canal, which atthat date ranthrough Broad Street. He was also the owner of otherproperty in thecity. On May 21, 1669, being at this time an Alderman,he purchased fromWilliam Van Borden a house and lot "outside the LandGate (at Wall Streetand Broadway), and south of the house of GerritHendricksen, the blaauwboer," and there he spent the remainder of hisdays. He also bought landnear the house of the noted Capt. JacobLeisler from ex-GovernorStuyvesant. In 1676 two farm lots (governmentgrants) were surveyed forMr. Hooglandt upon Staten Island. He was alsothe owner of several tractsof land in the States of New York and NewJersey.

On the New Amsterdam Court records, 1662, we find Hooglandt becomingbailfor Nathaniel Green, a Boston merchant.

On February 2, 1672, "Mr. Christopher Hoagland" and others wereappointedto arrange a difference between Capt. Jacques Cortelyou andthe town ofNew Utrecht. When New York was recaptured, and temporarilyin the handsof the Dutch, Lieut. Christopher Hoogland and the othermilitia officers,showed great zeal in fortifying the city; and, beingassembled at thefort on December 19, 1673, were publicly thanked byGov. Colve, and tookthe oath of fidelity.

With Peter Jacobsen Marius, Mr. Hoogland was designated, June 21,1674,to appraise the sloop Edmond and Mathew, Capt. RichardPattishall, withits cargo of tobacco, which had been captured andbrought to this port bythe Dutch Captain, Cornelis Ewoutsen. In themeantime, certainmerchandise sent from London, consigned to Hoagland,was carried intoBoston, confiscated and sold as a prize.

This formed the subject of petitions to the Governor of New York in1676and 1677, in which his fellow merchants, Rombouts and Verplanck,joinedwith him as having sustained similar losses.

On March 12, 1676, being "Monday in the afternoon about fiveo'clock,"Mr. Hoogland and his wife Catharine Cregier--"the testatorsickly and thetestatrix going and sound of body"--made their jointwill, which wasdrawn up by William Bogardus, Notary, and witnessed bytheir friends,Francis Rombonts and Paul Richard, merchants. Itprovided for theultimate and equal division of the property amongtheir present children,viz: Dirck, Harman, Martin, Christopher andFrancis De Groot Hoogland;and "the children which they may by theblessing of God get in thefuture." The wisdom of this last provisionbecame obvious when anotherson was born to them four years later, andwhom they named Harman, thefirst child of that name having died.Surviving eight years, Mr. Hooglandattained again the position ofAlderman in 1678.

His death took place on February 8, 1684, when he was probablyaboutfifty years of age. His will was proved in the Court of Record,May 11,1686, and recorded on the 22nd of the same month, andadministration wasgranted to his widow April 14, 1687. She was then aresident of PearlStreet, her father, Capt. Cregier, occupying the sameor adjoiningpremises.

On October 3, 1688, the widow Hoogland signed a marriage contractwithRoeloff Martinsen Schenck, a prominent and wealthy resident ofFlatlands,to whom she was married on the 9th of November following.She thereuponremoved with her younger children to "The Bay," asFlatlands wasfamiliarly called, and where she was still livingSeptember 4, 1704, thedate of Mr. Schenck's will. There her youngestson, Harman, spent hislife. It was in this way that the family wasdrawn to Long Island, andnot (as might be plausibly conjectured)through any tie of kinship withthe Flatbush Hooglands. 
Hoagland, Christoffel (I34053)
 
264 1732 deed, King George County, Virginia - Ralph, Nathaniel and wife Francis mentioned. Elkins, Ralph (I119250)
 
265 1733-6 Somerset County, Maryland; In the name of God, Amen. I,JohnOutten, of Somerset County, in the Province of Maryland, planter,beingvery sick of body but of perfect mind and memory, blessed be theLord, dohereby make my last Will and Testament.

"Imprimis: I give and bequeath to my well-beloved wife, Sarah Outten,athird part of my now dwelling plantation where on I now live duringherwidowhood; also a third part of the orchard, pasture, or anyotherbenefit thereunto belonging; likewise, a third part of mypersonalestate, my lawful debts being paid.

"Item: I give and bequeath to my son John Outten, to him and hisheirsforever my now dwelling plantation whereon I now live withorchards,pastures and marshes and lands thereunto belonging, exceptsome certainparcels of land and marsh and liverties which I give andbequeath in thisfollowing testament; also one sorrel horse called Johnalso with bridle,saddle, pistols and holsters with such likefurniture, likewise onefeather bed and furniture.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son Purnell Outten, to him and hisheirsforever, that 50 A of land which my father had alienated form oldPhilipConner; likewise all the land and marsh lying on the north sideof asmall branch or valley lying on the north side of a certain oldfieldknown by the name of Indian field, thence running westward toWilliamConners; likewise liberty in the Planting Island. Pasture forhorses andcattle in winter or summer at any time when he shall thinkfit.

Item: I give and bequeath unto John Conner, to him and his heirsforever,that parcel of land and marsh which I sold him lying betweenhis 30 A orthereabouts, it being a part of a tract of land which Ibought of WilliamConner called Marchets Treasure.

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Sturgis, oneshillingcurrent money of the Province aforesaid.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Directer Outten onesorrelhorse commonly called her horse and one side saddle and bridleto bebought for her and paid for out of my estate.

Item: The remaining part of my estate, my lawful debts being paidandfuneral charges discharged, I give leave to be equally dividedbetweenand among my children as followeth: That is to say, directerOutten andEdeth Outten, Purnell Outten, Abraham Outten, Obed Outtenand TabithaOutten.

Item: In case it should be the pleasure of Almighty God to take myson,John Outten, off the stage of this life, not having issuelawfullybegotten and born in wedlock, I give and bequeath the abovesaid landgiven to my son John to my son Abraham Outten and to hisheirs forever;in case my son Purnell Outten should die not havingissue lawfullybegotten and born in wedlock, I give and bequeath theabove said landgiven to my son Purnell to my son Obed Outten and tohis heirs forever.

Item: I do hearby nominate, appoint and ordain by well belovedwife,Sarah Outten, to be my whole and sole executrix of this my lastWill andTestament and do hereby utterly disallow and revoke allprevious Wills.My hand and seal this 29th day of August 1733.

John Outten (Seal)

On March 2, 1735, a codicil was added to the Will. He gave to hissonPurnell a part of the land that he had previously willed to John."Thatparcel of land and small Islands lying between a certain oldfield knownby the name of Indian Field and north end of a small islandknown by thename of Round Island. Also to my son Abraham Outten mynegro woman afterthe death of my wife, and in case my son Abraham diewithout lawfulissue, I give my negro woman to my son Purnell Outten.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son Obed Outten my negro boy Tomafterthe death of my wife and in case Obed die to my son John Outten.

John Outten (Seal) 
Outten, John (I59743)
 
266 1755-1776 Johnson, Asa (I36911)
 
267 1775-1841

Odian is listed as one of the 12 charter members of Yellow CreekBaptistChurch in Murrayville Ga. Hall County, he was dismissedSeptember 171835, moved to Forsyth Co. Ga. The information I receivedwas that he wasburied in Yellow Creek Cemetery.

He was then a charter or original member, of Bethlehem Baptist ChurchonOld Post Road (HWY 371) in Forsyth Co. GA. There were 13 Chartermembers.

This is listed in the Castleberry Genealogy by Nina JonetteCastleberryWilkes.

An Adam is listed on the 1800 Pendleton District, SC census withWilliamand Mark. Some feel this is Odom/Odum.

In 1820 Hall Co. Ga census is listed Claiborne 26-45, Mark over 45,andOdin 26-45.

1830 Hall Co. GA census list Mark, Odin and David.

On Jan. 8 1818 Odian Castleberry sold for $120. a tract of landinJackson Co. on Mulberry Fork containing 100 acres, being a part ofthesurvey granted to David Talent then to Shadrack Bogan.

Odin was also witness to will of Valentine Warren, father of Marywhomarried his son Mark. 
Castleberry, Odian 'Odum' (I5482)
 
268 1780, Named in the will of Samuel Warren, his father. The willwassettled in October 1780.

1832, William applied for a Revolutionary War Pension. He stated his age to be 87, and living in Orange County, North Carolina at the time of filing. He stated he was born in Spotsylvania County, Virginia in 1745.

His pension stated he lived: Spotsylvania County, Virginia 1745-ca 1784. Caswell County, North Carolina from ca 1784-ca 1824. Orange County, North Carolina from ca 1824 till 1832.

June 11, 1785. Wm. Warren of Spots. Co. and Katey, his wife, toJohnWaller of same county. œ33 curr. 78 a. in Spots. Co., part devisedthesd. Wm. by the last will and testament of his father, SamuelWarren,decd., and part devolved upon him as heir of his brother, Jno.Warren,decd., etc., etc. Witnesses, Benja. Waller, Jno. Shackleford,MeridethAnderson, Wm. Rash. Novr. 1, 1785.

Novr. 1, 1785. Wm. Warren and Catherine, his wife; Saml. WarrenandBetty, his wife of Spots. Co. to Wm. Durrett of Caroline County.œ20. 195a. in Spots. Co. No witnesses. Novr. 1, 1785.

Novr. 1, 1785. Wm. Warren of Spots. Co. and Katey, his wife, toJohnLahone of same county. œ20 curr. 25 a. of land whereon sd. Lahonelives,etc., etc. No witnesses. Novr. 1, 1785. 
Warren, William (I44720)
 
269 1790 North Carolina Federal Census, Fayette District, Anson County. Head of family: Webb, George Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families:2 Free white males under 16 years: 3 Free white females, including heads of families: 3 Webb, George (I33488)
 
270 1798 Tax Assessment for northern New York Town of Peru Elmor, John; on the main road joining Lott, Elmor, one wood house,newand good, and one horse shed, 80 perches, $520.

Particular list or description of all Lands, Lots, buildings andWharvesowned possessed or Occupied on the first Day of October 1798 inthe townof Peru being within the Seventh Assessment District in theSixthDivision in the State of New York, excepting only such dwellinghouses aswith the outhouses apurtenant thereto and the lots on whichthey wereerected not exceeding two acres in any case [as] are abovethe value ofone hundred Dollars.

John Elmor, 167 acres on the main road joining Lott Elmor. The halfframebarn 40 x 32. $l341. 
Elmer, John (I88015)
 
271 18 June 1821 (Equity Court, Sumter District, South Carolina - Package12,Roll 213) Humbly complaining sheweth unto your honors your Orator MatthewGraham,that Sussanah Graham died some time since intestate, leavingcertain realestate and your orator, Hugh Graham, David Graham, EdwardGraham, ThomasGraham, and Nelson Graham her children and Peter Tidwelland AlbertTidwell children of her deceased daughter Frances Graham whointermarriedwith Berry Tidwell and William Turner, Arthur Turner,Susan Turner, andMartha Turner children of her deceased daughterSusannah Graham whointermarried with Arthur Turner his heirs, and yourorator is desirous ofhaving the said estate divided so that he mayhave his shares separatefrom the other parties shares and he asassigned to the said parties tocome to a division. (Note: There ismore to this equity estate, but thisexcerpt of the equity estateprovides the names and children involved) Graham, Frances (I78481)
 
272 1800 Fayette County Federal Census, Page 530, Line 2. Franklin Township John VICTOR 'S Household: Column 1 - Males Under age 10 - 2 males bornbetween1790-1800 David Victor could be one of these two males.

Column 2 - Males Between age 10-16 - 1 male born between 1784-1790

Column 3 - Males Between age 16-26 - None born between 1774-1784

Column 4 - Males Between age 26-45 - John born between 1755-1774 John was born in Nunk, Germany on October 11, 1762

Column 5 - Males Over age 45 - None born after 1755

Column 6 - Females Under age 10 - 4 females bornbetween1790-1800 Elizabeth Victor could be the one listed here.

Column 7 - Females Between age 10-16 - 1 female born between1784-1790 Julia or Mary could be born in this timeframe.

Column 8 - Females Between age 16-26 - None born between 1774-1784

Column 9 - Females Between age 26-45 - Mary born between 1755-1774

Column 10 - Females Over age 45 - None born after 1755

Column 11 - All others - No others

Column 12 - Slaves - No slaves

Household members including self: 21 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0

Living in another township, same county is David Victor, possiblythefather of John Victor - He was born before 1755 as was his wife. 
Victor, John Ludwig (I43539)
 
273 1800 Federal Census Isaac Colony Saratoga County, New York, page 36
1810 Federal Census Isaac Coloney Saratoga County, New York, page 275

In Isaac Colony's Revolutionary Pension papers, on 29 May 1855, he requested his pension
be forwarded to Northampton Post Office, Fulton County, New York. Enlisted Rev War At
Horse Nect, CT.

These same Rev War pension papers listed his date of birth as 12 February 1763 and his
death is noted as 4 July 1862.

Also listed places that he lived after the Revolutionary War as, Duchess, Schenectady, and
Saratoga Counties in New York. 
Colony, Isaac A. (I52419)
 
274 1800 Federal Census Richmond County, New York, page 954 Column 1 - Males Under age 10 1790-1800 Column 2 - Males Between age 10-16 1784-1790 Column 3 - Males Between age 16-26 1774-1784 Column 4 - Males Between age 26-45 1755-1774 Column 5 - Males Over age 45 Before 1755 Column 6 - Females Under age 10 1790-1800 Column 7 - Females Between age 10-16 1784-1790 Column 8 - Females Between age 16-26 1774-1784 Column 9 - Females Between age 26-45 1755-1774 Column 10 - Females Over age 45 Before 1755 Column 11 - All others Column 12 - Slaves

Family members - 20211-0110100 
Colony, George (I52410)
 
275 1800 New York, Montgomery County Federal Census, page 450 20010-1011000 Column 1 - Males Under age 10 Column 2 - Males Between age 10-16 Column 3 - Males Between age 16-26 Column 4 - Males Between age 26-45 Column 5 - Males Over age 45 Column 6 - Females Under age 10 Column 7 - Females Between age 10-16 Column 8 - Females Between age 16-26 Column 9 - Females Between age 26-45 Column 10 - Females Over age 45 Column 11 - All others Column 12 - Slaves Benjamin Colony's Household 20010-1011000 Colony, Benjamin (I52398)
 
276 1800 New York, Montgomery County Federal Census, page 458 . Column 1 - Males Under age 10 Column 2 - Males Between age 10-16 Column 3 - Males Between age 16-26 Column 4 - Males Between age 26-45 Column 5 - Males Over age 45 Column 6 - Females Under age 10 Column 7 - Females Between age 10-16 Column 8 - Females Between age 16-26 Column 9 - Females Between age 26-45 Column 10 - Females Over age 45 Column 11 - All others Column 12 - Slaves Jacob Colony's Household 20010-2001000 Colony, Jacob (I52397)
 
277 1800 Sumter District - South Carolina Federal Census. Jordan, William (I104998)
 
278 1800 Sumter District South Carolina - Federal Census Jordan, Herod (I104932)
 
279 1800 Sumter District South Carolina - Federal Census Jordan, Henry (I104993)
 
280 1810 Loudoun County, Virginia Federal Census: Drake, Jonathan 288 1810 10101-0030100

Childen may have included a George, Thomas, and John Drake; all livinginWood County, Virginia between 1811-1820 
Drake, Jonathan (I77743)
 
281 1810 MONROE CO.,WV CENSUS WOOD BAILEY 1-MALE UNDER 10 1-MALES 26-45 1-FEMALES UNDER 10 1-FEMALE 26-45

1820 NICHOLAS CO.,WV CENSUS PG 205 BAILY WOOD 110010-31010

1830 NICHOLAS CO.,WV CENSUS BAILEY WOODS 1 MALE UNDER 5, 2 MALES 15-20, 1 MALE 40-50, 1 FEMALE 15-20,1 FEMALE 20-30, 1 FEMALE 40-50

1840 FAYETTE CO.,WV CENSUS BAILEY WOOD 1 MALE UNDER 5, 1 MALE 5-10, 1 MALE 10-15, 1 MALE 15-20,1MALE 50-60, 1 FEMALE UNDER 5, 1 FEMALE 20-30, 1 FEMALE 50-60

1850 NICHOLAS CO.,WV CENSUS 576/576 YOUNG, JOHN W 36 LABORER $0 $1285 VA DORA 43 MARY 18 JENKINS, VIRGINIA 13 WOOD, BAILY 65 FARMER $0 $1500 LUCRETIA 56 MARSHALL 21 GUN SMITH DAVID 18 FARMER 
Wood, Bailey (I100761)
 
282 1810 VA Census Index Name State County Location Pg Year Numbers Dye, John VA WOOD CO. 802 1810 11010-20010 DYE John - 2A,1D,1F,1G,1J A - Free white males under 10 years of age B - Free white males 10 years and under 16 C - Free white males 16 years and under 26, including heads offamilies D - Free white males 26 years and under 45, including heads offamilies E - Free white males 45 years and upwards, including heads of families F - Free white females under 10 years ofage G - Free white females 10 years and under 16 H - Free white females 16 years and under 26, including heads offamilies J - Free white females 26 years and under 45, including heads offamilies K - Free white females 45 years and upwards, including heads offamiles L - All other free persons except Indians not taxed M - Slaves

1820 Wood County, WV Census DYE, John-3A-1B-1C-1D-1F-1H A-Males under 10 years of age B-Males 10 years and under 16 C-Males between 16 years and 18 D-Males 16 years and under 26 E-Males 26 years and under 45 F-Males 45 years and upwards G-Females under 10 years of age H-Females 10 years and under 16 J-Females 16 years and under 26 K-Females 26 years and under 45 L-Females 45 years and upwards 
Dye, John B. (I39332)
 
283 1813-after 1860

On same page with Benjamin's 1860 census is a listing (page 439,ForsythCo. GA) for Newton Herrell age 28 born GA, Mary age 20 born Gaand Aliceage 1. Also listed if Arch H. Castleberry age 14. Believethis to beBenjamin's son Archibald and his daughter Mary Jane and herfamily. 
Castleberry, Benjamin Wesley (I5491)
 
284 1820 Wood County, WV Census

A-Males under 10 years of age G-Females under 10 years ofage B-Males 10 years and under 16 H-Females 10 years and under16 C-Males between 16 years and 18 J-Females 16 years and under 26 D-Males 16 years and under 26 K-Females 26 years and under45 E-Males 26 years and under 45 L-Females 45 years andupwards F-Males 45 years and upwards DRAKE, James-2A-1D-1G-1K DRAKE, Thomas-2B-1E-1G

Wood County West Virginia Names Of Early Landowners taken from Tax Commisioners Books 1802-1822. YEAR OF 1819 DRAKE, George DRAKE, John DRAKE, Thomas DRAKE, James YEAR OF 1817 DRAKE, George DRAKE, John DRAKE, Thomas YEAR OF 1816 DRAKE, George DRAKE, John DRAKE, Thomas YEAR OF 1815 DRAKE, George DRAKE, John DRAKE, Thomas YEAR OF 1811, 1814 Drake, George YEAR OF 1812, 1813 DRAKE, George DRAKE, John

1810 Wood County Census The explanation of alphabetic age designation used on this census is as follows: A - Free white males under 10 years of age B - Free white males 10 years and under 16 C - Free white males 16 years and under 26, including heads offamilies D - Free white males 26 years and under 45, including heads offamilies E - Free white males 45 years and upwards, including heads of families F - Free white females under 10 years ofage G - Free white females 10 years and under 16 H - Free white females 16 years and under 26, including heads offamilies J - Free white females 26 years and under 45, including heads offamilies K - Free white females 45 years and upwards, including heads offamiles L - All other free persons except Indians not taxed M - Slaves DRAKE George - 1C,1E,1F,1J DRAKE John - 1A,1D,2F,1J

1820 Wood County, WV Census A-Males under 10 years of age G-Females under 10 years of a B-Males 10 years and under 16 H-Females 10 years and under16 C-Males between 16 years and 18 J-Females 16 years and und D-Males 16 years and under 26 K-Females 26 years and under45 E-Males 26 years and under 45 L-Females 45 years andupwards F-Males 45 years and upwards DRAKE, James-2A-1D-1G-1K DRAKE, Thomas-2B-1E-1G

1830 CENSUS OF WOOD CO. VA(WV) Males Females A - under 5 years N - under 5 years B - of 5 years and under 10P - of 5 years and under 10 C - of 10 years and under 15Q - of 10 years and under 15 D - of 15 years and under 20R - of 15 years and under 20 E - of 20 years and under 30S - of 20 years and under 30 F - of 30 years and under 40T - of 30 years and under 40 G - of 40 years and under 50U - of 40 years and under 50 H - of 50 years and under 60V - of 50 years and under 60 J - of 60 years and under 70W - of 60 years and under 70 K - of 70 years and under 80X - of 70 years and under 80 L - of 80 years and under 90Y - of 80 years and under 90 M - of 90 years and under 100Z - of 90 years and under 100 Drake, Jacob - 1e, 1r Drake, James - 1b, 2c, 1f, 2n, 1p, 1q, 1s, 1t

1840 CENSUS OF WOOD CO., VA(WV) Males Females A - under 5 yearsN - under 5 years B - of 5 years and under 10P - of 5 years and under 10 C - of 10 years and under 15Q - of 10 years and under 15 D - of 15 years and under 20R - of 15 years and under 20 E - of 20 years and under 30S - of 20 years and under 30 F - of 30 years and under 40T - of 30 years and under 40 G - of 40 years and under 50U - of 40 years and under 50 H - of 50 years and under 60V - of 50 years and under 60 J - of 60 years and under 70W - of 60 years and under 70 K - of 70 years and under 80X - of 70 years and under 80 L - of 80 years and under 90Y - of 80 years and under 90 M - of 90 years and under 100Z - of 90 years and under 100 DRAKE, Jacob - 1A,1B,1C,1D,1F,2N,1P,1R,1S DRAKE, James - 1A,3B,1D,2E,1G,1N,2Q,1R,1U 
Drake, Thomas (I45675)
 
285 1821 Petition for Election Ground at Greasy Cove

To the worshipful County Clerk of Washington County| The petition of the subscribers humbly represents. That owing to the distance from their several residence to the court known of said County and the interposition of mountains and streams very often impassable they are prevented from attending Elections with regularity and very often prevented exercising the rights and privledges of suffrage and in as much as the election of legislative members is a matter of deep interest to every man in this Elective Government we therefore pray agreably to the act passed October the 31th, 1821 Empowering the County Clerk so to do that your worships would establish a precinct Election Ground and for the information of your worships we the subscribers would deem it most expedient and convenient from ourselves that said Election Ground be fixed at the house of Capt. William Brown in the Greasy Cove and your petitioners as in duty bound shall ever pray.

William Brown,«tab»William Moore, David Carder, David Moore, Peley Tilson, Arnold Shelton,
Abraham Tinker, David Ambrose(?), William Clouse, James Tinker, William Tilson, Hardon Norress, Wm S. Erwin, John Nelson, Jessee Tinker, Harlen Ambrose, James Harris, John
Ambrose, Richard Deakins, James Ambrose, William Murry, John Rosse, John Tilson, James Job,
John Brown, Joseph Sherrel, Thomas Fortune, George M. Hains, Joseph Tilson, Charles Barry,
George Moore, John Moore

Fowler Ambrose
1830 Washington County Federal Census
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: «tab»1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: «tab»2
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: «tab»1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: «tab»1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: «tab»1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: «tab»1
Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: «tab»1
Total Free White Persons: «tab»8
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): «tab»8


Enumerated 11 Nov 1850 1402/1432 Farler Ambrose 72 M Farmer $1400 NC
Rachel F 71 NC

p18, Fowler Ambrose

Fowler Ambrose 0010200100000-1001100100000 Early Tax List,
Farber Ambrose Early Tax List, Foster Ambrose 
Ambrose, Farler (I5302)
 
286 1830 - Listed in Barre, Orleans County, New York federal census.
1839 - U.S. Postmaster in Hildreths, Knox County, Ohio.
1840 - Listed in Miller, Knox County, Ohio federal census.
1850 - Listed in Miller, Knox County, Ohio federal census.
1860 - Listed in Union, Knox County, Ohio federal census.
1870 - Listed in Lima, Licking County, Ohio federal census.
1880 - Listed in Pataskala, Licking County, Ohio federal census. 
Hildreth, Miner (I127703)
 
287 1830 - Living in Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont - age between60-70(born between 1760-1770)

Another Comfort Barnes, presumed to be his son, living next door -agebetween 30-40 (born between 1800-1810)

Also living near the Senior Comfort Barnes are Aaron and William -agesbetween 30-40 (born between 1800-1810), and presumed to be sons.

Possible parents of John Stephens and Jerusha Nichols ofCharleton,Massachusetts

1800 census: Barnes, Comfort MA BERKSHIRE CO. 265 1800 11010-1110100 1 male, age under 10 - born between 1791-1800 1 male, age between 10 and 15 - born between 1785-1790 0 males, age between 16 and 25 - born between 1775-1784 1 male, age between 26 and 44 - born between 1756-1784 0 males, age 45 or older - born on or before 1755 1 female, age under 10 - born between 1791-1800 1 female, age between 10 and 15 - born between 1785-1790 1 female, age between 16 and 25 - born between 1775-1784 1 female, age 45 or older - born on or before 1755

1820 census: Barns, Comfort State: Vermont Year: 1820 County: Rutland Roll: M33_126 Township: Rutland Page: 216 1 male, age under 10 - born between 1811-1820 1 male, age between 10 and 15 - born between 1805-1810 1 male, age between 16 and 18 - born between 1802-1804 4 males, age between 16 and 25 (including head of families) -bornbetween 1795-1804 1 male, age between 26 and 44 (including head of families) -bornbetween 1776-1794 1 male, age over age 45 - born before 1775 3 females, age under 10 - born between 1811-1820 1 female, age between 10 and 15 - born between 1805-1810 1 female, age between 26 and 44 (including head of families) -bornbetween 1776-1794 
Barnes, Comfort (I93457)
 
288 1830 Bridgeport, Addison County, Vermont Federal Census lists his age as between 20-30 years old. Wife was listed between 20-30 years of age. Older family also listed, possibly Father or Mother of either Lynds or Annis. Male child listed in the family between 0-5 is most likely Adna Conn.

1 Male between 0-5 Most Likely Adna Conn - born 1826 1 Male between 20-30 Most Likely Lynds Conn - born 1800 1 Male between 50-60 Most Likely George Conn - born 1770

1 Female between 0-5 Most Likely a daughter of Lynds Conn 1 Female between 5-10 Most Likely a daughter of Lynds Conn 1 Female between 30-40 Most Likely Annis, wife of Lynds Conn (born1803) 1 Female between 70-80 Most Likely Lydia Conn, wife of George (bornabt1760) 
Conn, Lynds L. (I33664)
 
289 1830 COLOPY TIMOTHY Knox County OH 293 Miller Township FederalPopulationSchedule OH

1840 COLOPY TIMOTHY Knox County OH 368 Mt Vernon TownshipFederalPopulation Schedule

1850 COLOPY TIMOTHY Knox County OH 348 Miller Township FederalPopulationSchedule

Timothy "May" have married to two Doyle's named Theresa. (Most likely both were closely related - more research needed) 
Colopy, Timothy (I54636)
 
290 1830 Hart County, Census 1840 Hart County, Census 1850 Hart County, Census Pepper, Joseph (I42907)
 
291 1838 - Married Isaac Baxter Jordan in Monroe County, Alabama.

1840 - Isaac Jordan listed in Monroe County, Alabama census, married with 1 child, under age 5 (Wiley).

1850 Census listed as Elmina Jorden and children Wiley, Charles, Lousiana, and Joseph. All but Joseph listed as born in Alabama. Joseph listed as born in Texas.

Married Samuel Webb in 1851, Robertson County, Texas. He must have died or left by 1856, as she re-married to Geo W. FranklinApril1856.

1860 Census listed as Elmina Franklin with Husband Geo W. Franklin, and children Wiley P. Jordan, Chas S. Jordan, Susan Jordan, Jos D. Jordan, Geo W. Franklin, and Melissa Franklin.

Listed in the Will of her father, Wiley Powell, which he made up on 30 July 1861. In the will, she was listed as Elmina Franklin, wife of G. W. Franklin.

Elmina and George Franklin both died in December of 1866. 
Powell, Elmina (I1256)
 
292 1840 Elkhart, Indiana Federal Census

1 male under 5 years of age - Miles 1 male 10-14 years of age - John 1 male 30-39 years of age - Isaac 1 female 5-9 years of age - Unknown 1 female 20-29 years of age - Unkown 
Compton, Isaac (I77288)
 
293 1840 Hart County census. Pepper, Garrett (I36688)
 
294 1840 Hart County census. Pepper, James Morgan (I42939)
 
295 1840 Hart County census. Pepper, Shelby (I47554)
 
296 1840, in Greenup County, Kentucky., Graham, Herington (I56205)
 
297 1840:
Listed as Jesse Crumpton, and residing in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Jesse listed between 30-40, wife between 30-40, 2 female children
between 1830-1840, and 1 male child between (1830-1840).

1850:
Listed as J. Campton, and residing in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Jesse listed as born 1804, Martha as born 1806. Children listed
in this census were, M.(artha)-born 1832 SC, James-born 1834
SC, Susan-born 1834 SC, Julia-born 1836 SC, Emily-born 1840
SC, Reuben-born 1842 SC,

1860:
Listed as Jesse Compton (born 1804); was residing in Laurens County, South Carolina in 1860.
Also listed was wife Martha (born 1800 SC); children Martha, Susan, and Julia.

1870:
Listed as Jesse Compton (born 1805 NC); was residing in Fairview, Greenville County, South
Carolina in 1870. Also listed was wife Martha (born 1803 SC); and children, Martha W.,
Susanna N., and Julia R.

1880:
Listed as Jessie Compton (born 1805, NC); was residing in Belton, Anderson County, SC in
1880. Also listed was wife Martha (born 1803, SC); and children Martha W. and Julia R. 
Compton, Jesse (I127538)
 
298 1841 - Edward Ingram was living with son in law Thomas Hinks and daughter Mary:

Newbold On Avon,
1,Thomas Hinks, 35, ,Labourer,WAR,
Mary Hinks,,30,,WAR,
Martha Amy Hinks,,5,,WAR,
Thomas Hinks,3,,,WAR,
Matthew Hinks,1,,,WAR,
Edward Ingram,63,,Labourer,WAR, 
Ingram, Edward (I47539)
 
299 1841 Church Lawford Parish Census, age 55. Bench, William (I124946)
 
300 1843-1926

Louise first married to E. Laval Arwood about 1860 and had JamesAndrew and Theodore Napnee Arwood. Laval died in the fighting at StoneMountain,Georgia in 1864. I believe Louise and the boys were livingwith theArwoods in Cobb County Georgia while Laval was away buttradition goesthat their home was burned and Louise said her and theboys and hersister lived in the slave quarters for awhile, beforemoving to herbrothers home.

Widow's Application for a pension based on Luke R. Medford's time intheCSA was found at the Texas State Archives. #31032 was filedSeptember1915 and approved December 1, 1915. At the time theapplication was made,she was apparently living with Nora Hall, herdaughter, in New Boston,Texas, but had lived in Red River County from1870 until after 1902. Shedid spend time with her other children inRed River Co.

She gives his name as Luke Roberson Medford and that they were married10April 1868 in Marshall County, Alabama. She was born in CherokeeCounty,Georgia and has lived in Texas since 1870. She says she haslived in NewBoston since 1902.

Luke enlisted in Alabama and served four years in Company H 7thAlabamaCavalry.

Joseph William Levi Hall, Louise's son in law and Thadius O.McCleskeyher step son in law sign the document which says they knewLuke R.Medford to be her husband, and she has not remarried.

Thad McCleskey swears that he lived in Marshall County Alabama atthebreaking out of the Civil War. I enlisted and served in Company F,8thAlabama Regiment of Cavalry. I was not acquainted with Luke R.Medfordbefore the war but became acquainted with him soon afterwardand wasclosely associated with him up until time of his death. I havehad manytalks with him about his experiences in the war, the battleshe was inand I know from every source except actual service with himthat heserved in the Confederate Army and that he was honorablydischarged.

A note from the War Dept. Adjutant General's office: Records showthatL.R. Medford fifth sergeant, 2nd Battalion Alabama Cavalry(subsequentlyCo. H., 7th Alabama Cavalry) CSA enlisted November 15,1862. On the rolldated December 31 1863, last on file and reportedpresent. No laterrecord was found.

John A. Shields age 76 and living in Wood County Texas says he knewLukeMedford and served with him two years. Mr. Shields was thenwounded andwas no longer with the Company. I know personally that henever desertedhis post or abandoned his post of duty during the CivilWar.

Evidently in July 1921 Louise was visiting her son, by her firstmarriageJames A. Arwood in Jones County, Texas and her check, Warrant# 16664 inthe sum of $24.00 was never received. (two such checks?)T.O. McCleskeyand J.A. Arwood had to sign a surety bond for the StateComptroller toreissue her a check. The surety bond was for $48.00

On the 5th April 1926 in the town of Avery, Louise Medford died inthehome of Ed Medford, her son (actually step son), that her lastcheck hasnot been cash and that I am the daughter of Louise Medford.signed MayWood 24th April, 1926 Undertaker George W. Johnson signed astatement andalso Darius Edrington, a doctor that attended LouiseMedford in her lastillness and he was of the opinion that the ailmentswere Severo Senility.

Mrs. Luke R. Medford

Mrs L.R. Medford, aged 83 passed away Monday morning at 11 o'clock,April4, 1926. Some three years ago she had a stroke of paralysis fromwhichshe never wholly recovered. She bore her affliction with greatfortitude. In 1868 she was married to L.R. Medford. To them were borneightchildren, five of whom survive her. We will miss her pleasant smiles, the warmth of her greeting,theinspiration of her presence and the glorious example of herChristianlife. When her funeral service was conducted, the church wasbeautifullydecorated with flowers, besides many floral offerings werein evidence.She who sleeps beside the loved ones near the old home isa treasuredmemory, and as time passed on swift wings the hearts thatmirror herimage will never grow weary of it's sacred trust.

Mrs. B.W. Medford [Bettie, wife of Benjamin Wheeler Medford] 
Tedder, Louise (I5420)
 

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