Ernest Theodore Myers

Last Edited=11 Aug 2007
     Ernest Theodore Myers was born 12 November 1880.1,2 He married Bettie Bernam Power, daughter of Charles James Power and Sarah Elizabeth Muse.1 Ernest Theodore Myers died 20 January 1940 in his residence, 903 North Stafford St, Arlington, Virginia, at age 59.3 He was buried 23 January 1940 in National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church, Virginia.3
     Ernest Theodore Myers appeared on the 1910 federal census of Alexandria Co, Virginia, enumerated 5 May 1910. Household: Ernest Myers (29), Bettie (wif - 27), and Doris (dau - 5), residing in Arlington where Ernest was a car motorman who owned his home with a mortgage.4 He registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 12 September 1918 in Alexandria Co, Virginia, where he lived in Ballston and worked as a motorman for the Capitol Traction Company at 36th and M Streets in Washington DC. He named Bettie Bernam Myers of the same address as nearest relative; medium height, mediuim build, had blue eyes and light hair.2 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Alexandria Co, Virginia, enumerated 5 January 1920. Household: Ernest T Myers (38), Bettie (wif - 35), and Doris (dau - 15), residing in Arlington where Ernest T was a streetcar motorman who owned his home with a mortgage.5 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Arlington Co, Virginia, enumerated 5 April 1930. Household: Ernest T Myers (49), Bettie B (wif - 46), Doris E Wildman (dau - 25), and Evelyn B Wildman (grdau - 5), residing in Ballston where Ernest T was a watchman for an oil company and owed his home valued at $4000 and owned a radio.6 His obituary stated: "On Saturday, January 20, 1940, at his residence, 903 North Stafford st, Arlington, Va, Ernest T Myers, beloved husband of Bettie Myers (nee Power) and father of Mrs Doris Wilsoncroft of Washington, D C. He also is survived by his father, Charles William Myers, of Loudoun County, Va; two sisters and two brothers and grand-daughter, Evelyn Wildman. . . ."3

Child of Ernest Theodore Myers and Bettie Bernam Power

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Sallie Power Wortman," The Washington Post, 3 Mar 1955; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  2. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 9 Aug 2007), Ernest Theodore Myers entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.
  3. "Obituary: Ernest T Myers," The Washington Post, 21 Jan 1940; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, Arlington, enumeration district (ED) 9, page/sheet 191A/25A, dwelling 529, family 543, Ernest Myers household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1620.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, Arlington, enumeration district (ED) 10, page/sheet 108A/8A, dwelling 167, family 168, Ernest T Myers household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1879.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Arlington County, Virginia, population schedule, Ballston, enumeration district (ED) 7-3, page/sheet 16A/3A, dwelling 52, family 52, Ernest T Myers household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2436.
  7. "Obituary: Bettie B Myers," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 19 Mar 1964; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Luther Myers

Last Edited=5 Aug 2013
     Luther Myers married Vera Boozell.1

Child of Luther Myers and Vera Boozell

Citations

  1. "Beverly E Cayler," Fratzke & Jensen Funeral Home (http://www.fratzkejensen.com/obit-display.php?rec_id=290 : accessed 22 May 2013).

Sarah Myvert

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Sarah Myvert married Edward Barber.1

Children of Sarah Myvert and Edward Barber

Citations

  1. "Working Gedcom of Melissa Thompson Alexander," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed May 2006), entry for Barber, Dent, Edwards and Moran families. [Melissa Thompson Alexander; mada@atcalexanderthompson.com; some sources are listed but most are recent contacts and not underlying sources; upated 29 Nov 2003 ].

[-?-] Nachtigal1

Last Edited=14 Aug 2006

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Doris Horner," The News Journal, Wilmington, Delaware, 17 Jan 2001, 4,5B; viewed on-line at http://www.dailymail.com/static/obituaries.index.php : accessed 12 Nov 2005.

Charlotte Nance1

Last Edited=17 Mar 2007
     Charlotte Nance was born between 1816 and 1817 in North Carolina.2 She married James Henry Alley, son of James Paul Alley and Mabel Poston, circa 1838.2
     Charlotte Nance appeared on the 1850 federal census of Hopkins Co, Kentucky, in the household of James Henry Alley.2 Charlotte Nance appeared on the 1860 federal census of Livingston Co, Kentucky, in the household of James Henry Alley.3 Charlotte Nance appeared on the 1870 federal census of Livingston Co, Kentucky, enumerated 3 September 1870. Household: C Alley (52), Sarah H (22), William H (20), Nancy M (18), and Rachel B (16), residing in Salem precinct, Smithland post office - C had real estate valued at $700 and personal property at $200.4

Children of Charlotte Nance and James Henry Alley

Citations

  1. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), KY-28.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Hopkins County, Kentucky, population schedule, district 1, p. 89A and 89B, dwelling 578, family 578, Henry Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 205.
  3. 1860 U. S. Census, Livingston County, Kentucky, population schedule, district 2, Carrsville post office, p. 224, dwelling 269, family 275, J H Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 382.
  4. 1870 U. S. Census, Livingston County, Kentucky, population schedule, Salem precinct, Smithland post office, p. 233B, dwelling 253, family 239, C Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 482.

Frederick Nance1

Last Edited=13 Mar 2007
     Frederick Nance was born between 1854 and 1855 in North Carolina.1 He was the son of Welborn Nance and Amanda E Alley.1
YearLocation
1860Wilkes Co, North Carolina1
     Frederick Nance appeared on the 1860 federal census of Wilkes Co, North Carolina, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Wilkes County, North Carolina, population schedule, lower division, Hunting Creek post office, p. 20B and 21A, dwelling 282, family 282, Welborn Nance household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 918.

Martha Nance1

Last Edited=13 Mar 2007
     Martha Nance was born in May 1860 in North Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Welborn Nance and Amanda E Alley.1
YearLocation
1860Wilkes Co, North Carolina1
     Martha Nance appeared on the 1860 federal census of Wilkes Co, North Carolina, in her parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Wilkes County, North Carolina, population schedule, lower division, Hunting Creek post office, p. 20B and 21A, dwelling 282, family 282, Welborn Nance household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 918.

Welborn Nance1

Last Edited=6 Jan 2008
     Welborn Nance was born between 1821 and 1822 in North Carolina.1 He married Amanda E Alley.1
YearLocation
1860Wilkes Co, North Carolina1
     Welborn Nance appeared on the 1860 federal census of Wilkes Co, North Carolina, enumerated 4 July 1860. Household: Welborn Nance (38), Amanda (24), Frederick (5), Wm H (2), Martha (1/12), Howel Allen (82), Martha Allen (45), and Martha A Allen (21), residing in the lower division, Hunting Creek post office, where Welborn was a farmer.1

Children of Welborn Nance and Amanda E Alley

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Wilkes County, North Carolina, population schedule, lower division, Hunting Creek post office, p. 20B and 21A, dwelling 282, family 282, Welborn Nance household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 918.

Wm H Nance1

Last Edited=13 Mar 2007
     Wm H Nance was born between 1857 and 1858 in North Carolina.1 He was the son of Welborn Nance and Amanda E Alley.1
YearLocation
1860Wilkes Co, North Carolina1
     Wm H Nance appeared on the 1860 federal census of Wilkes Co, North Carolina, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Wilkes County, North Carolina, population schedule, lower division, Hunting Creek post office, p. 20B and 21A, dwelling 282, family 282, Welborn Nance household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 918.

Edward Daniel Nass III1

Last Edited=2 Oct 2005
     Edward Daniel Nass III is the son of Edward Daniel Nass Jr and Geraldine Elizabeth Reid.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Geraldine Nass," The Washington Post, 12 Jan 1995; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Edward Daniel Nass Jr1

Last Edited=26 Nov 2005
     Edward Daniel Nass Jr married Geraldine Elizabeth Reid, daughter of Harold Wilmer Reid, 4 March 1947 in Del Ray Methodist Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia, (the couple was to live in Norfolk, Virginia after their wedding trip).1 Edward Daniel Nass Jr died in 1967.2

Children of Edward Daniel Nass Jr and Geraldine Elizabeth Reid

Citations

  1. "Nass - Reid," The Washington Post, 8 Mar 1947, p. 12; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007).
  2. "Obituary: Geraldine Nass," The Washington Post, 12 Jan 1995; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Suzanne Nass1

Last Edited=14 Aug 2009
     Suzanne Nass was born 23 December 1949.2,1 She was the daughter of Edward Daniel Nass Jr and Geraldine Elizabeth Reid.1 Suzanne Nass died 13 January 2009 at age 59 (last residence was Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina).2
     Her Social Security Number was 228-74-7830, issued in 1966 in Virginia.2 Suzanne Nass was mentioned in the obituary of Geraldine Elizabeth Reid 12 January 1995.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Geraldine Nass," The Washington Post, 12 Jan 1995; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 30 Jun 2009), entry for Susan Nass, SS no. 228-74-7830; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).

Mercer Neale1

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Virginia Coffman Ellmore," Lynchburg News & Advance, Virginia, 7 Apr 2006; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service).

Harriet A Neff

Last Edited=6 May 2008
     Harriet A Neff was born in March 1847 in Ohio.1 She married John Caylor, son of Samuel Caylor and Elizabeth "Betsy Ann" Boots, 1 September 1870 (there is further information on the Caylor-Neff family at the TreeTwigs.com web site).2,3
     Harriet A Neff appeared on the 1880 federal census of Montgomery Co, Ohio, in the household of John Caylor.4 Harriet A Neff appeared on the 1900 federal census of Randolph Co, Indiana, in the household of John Caylor, noting she had no children.1

Children of Harriet A Neff and John Caylor

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Randolph County, Indiana, population schedule, Franklin Township, Ridgeville, enumeration district (ED) 117, page/sheet 1B/1B, dwelling 15, family 15, John Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 399.
  2. Portrait and Biographical Record: Randolph County, Indiana (Chicago: A. W. Bowen & Co., 1894).
  3. "Trees & Twigs," personal site, Sherrin Winn Rooney (http://www.treetwigs.com : accessed Mar 2003), entry for John Caylor. [Sherrin Winn Rooney, sherri@treetwigs.com; some sources are provided; last updated 11 Jan 2007].
  4. 1880 U. S. Census, Montgomery County, Ohio, population schedule, Randolph Township, enumeration district (ED) 175, p. 755A, dwelling 250, family 251, John Cayler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1052.

Arte May Nelson1

Last Edited=17 Jan 2007
     Arte May Nelson was born between 1876 and 1877 in Michigan.1 She was the daughter of George Donald Nelson and Sarah Penelope Rudd.1
YearLocation
1880El Paso Co, Colorado1
     Arte May Nelson appeared on the 1880 federal census of El Paso Co, Colorado, in her parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, El Paso County, Colorado, population schedule, Fountain, enumeration district (ED) 45, p. 458A, dwelling 5, family 6, George D Nelson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 90.

Don R Nelson1

Last Edited=17 Jan 2007
     Don R Nelson was born between 1877 and 1878 in Colorado.1 He was the son of George Donald Nelson and Sarah Penelope Rudd.1
YearLocation
1880El Paso Co, Colorado1
     Don R Nelson appeared on the 1880 federal census of El Paso Co, Colorado, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, El Paso County, Colorado, population schedule, Fountain, enumeration district (ED) 45, p. 458A, dwelling 5, family 6, George D Nelson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 90.

George Donald Nelson1

Last Edited=17 Jan 2007
     George Donald Nelson was born 30 July 1844 in Auburn, Oakland Co, Michigan.1 He married Sarah Penelope Rudd, daughter of Herrod Rudd and Margaret B Reatherford, 22 February 1869 in Bloomfield, Stoddard Co, Missouri.1 George Donald Nelson died 13 August 1924 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 80.1
     George Donald Nelson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Dunklin Co, Missouri, enumerated 11 August 1870. Household: George Nelson (27), Sarah (18), Sterling Smith (22), Mahala (22), and Artamissa (5/12), residing in Union Township, West Priaire post office, where George worked on a farm and this household was enumerated next to Herod Rudd.2 He appeared on the 1880 federal census of El Paso Co, Colorado, enumerated 1 June 1880. Household: George D Nelson (35), Sarah P (wif - 28), Arte May (dau - 3), Don R (son - 2), and baby (son - 2/12), residing in Fountain where he was a teamster.3

Children of George Donald Nelson and Sarah Penelope Rudd

Citations

  1. Hugh Rudd, "Descendents of Harwood Rudd," e-mail message from hrudd3@comcast.net to Robert Stoy, 24 Nov 2003.
  2. 1870 U. S. Census, Dunklin County, Missouri, population schedule, Union Township, West Priaire post office, p. 765A, dwelling 68, family 68, George Nelson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 774.
  3. 1880 U. S. Census, El Paso County, Colorado, population schedule, Fountain, enumeration district (ED) 45, p. 458A, dwelling 5, family 6, George D Nelson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 90.
  4. 1900 U. S. Census, McMinn County, Tennessee, population schedule, Athens, enumeration district (ED) 89, page/sheet 301A, dwelling 5, family 5, S P McFalls household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1585.

Jesse W Nelson

Last Edited=7 Jul 2009
     Jesse W Nelson married Margaret Caroline Young, daughter of James W Young, 1 October 1835 in Washington Co, Tennessee, (cerremony performed by E L Mathis, JP).1,2

Citations

  1. Dessie Little Simmons and Fred Simmons, Robert Young, Sr., Patriot and Pioneer (Johnson City, Tennessee: self-published, 1984), 370-8; printed by Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina - both authors are deceased and SHP has no copies; microfiche 6100978, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. "Tennessee State Marriages 1780-2002," database, Ancestry.com (http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/list.aspx : accessed 5 Jul 2009), entry for Margaret Young. Original data: Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002. Nashville, TN, USA: Tennessee State Library and Archives. Microfilm.

Margaret E Nelson1

Last Edited=17 Jan 2007
     Margaret E Nelson was born in July 1887 in Colorado.1 She was the daughter of George Donald Nelson and Sarah Penelope Rudd.1
YearLocation
1900McMinn Co, Tennessee1
     Margaret E Nelson appeared on the 1900 federal census of McMinn Co, Tennessee, in the household of Samuel P Carson McFalls, her mother's brother-in-law.1

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, McMinn County, Tennessee, population schedule, Athens, enumeration district (ED) 89, page/sheet 301A, dwelling 5, family 5, S P McFalls household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1585.

[-?-] Nelson1

Last Edited=17 Jan 2007
     [-?-] Nelson was born in April 1880 in Colorado.1 He was the son of George Donald Nelson and Sarah Penelope Rudd.1
YearLocation
1880El Paso Co, Colorado1
     [-?-] Nelson appeared on the 1880 federal census of El Paso Co, Colorado, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, El Paso County, Colorado, population schedule, Fountain, enumeration district (ED) 45, p. 458A, dwelling 5, family 6, George D Nelson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 90.

Anne Nenzel

Last Edited=5 Aug 2007
     Anne Nenzel was born 28 December 1913.1 She married J Wilfred Lambert, son of Jefferson D Lambert Jr and Maude Lafever.1 Anne Nenzel died 26 February 2000 at age 86.1
     The Virginia State Legislature offered the following resolution:
"HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 454
Offered March 3, 2000
On the death of Anne Nenzel Lambert.
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Patrons-- Grayson; Senator: Norment
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WHEREAS, Anne Nenzel Lambert of Williamsburg, who devoted more than 60 years of her life to the College of William and Mary, died on February 26, 2000; and
WHEREAS, a native of Richmond and a 1935 graduate of the College of William and Mary, Anne Lambert served her alma mater in numerous and invaluable ways for the rest of her life; and
WHEREAS, for more than 60 years, Anne Lambert served as alumni adviser to Kappa Gamma sorority at William and Mary, was an officer with the sorority’s local alumni organization, and was treasurer for more than a decade; and
WHEREAS, the widow of Professor Wilfred Lambert, retired vice president for student affairs and dean of students, Anne Lambert was a charter member and past president of William and Mary’s Women’s Club and was named an alumna member of the Mortar Board in 1957; and
WHEREAS, in 1985, Anne Lambert became a member of the Olde Guarde Council and served as the organization’s secretary, and three years later, she was elected to the board of directors of the Society of the Alumni, on which she served for two terms; and
WHEREAS, Anne Lambert established the Alumni Leadership Fund, which supports many alumni activities at William and Mary; and
WHEREAS, in recognition of her many contributions to the College of William and Mary, Anne Lambert was awarded the Alumni Medallion for Service and Loyalty in 1995; and
WHEREAS, through her varied and invaluable service to the college and her complete dedication to the betterment of her alma mater, Anne Lambert touched and enriched the lives of countless students, alumni, and friends of the College of William and Mary; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly note with great sadness the passing of a uniquely valuable friend of the College of William and Mary, Anne Nenzel Lambert; and, be it
RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the family of Anne Nenzel Lambert as an expression of the esteem in which her memory is held by the members of the General Assembly."2

Citations

  1. "FindUSA," database, InfoUSA (http://findusa.referenceusa.com : accessed 31 Oct 2005), entry for J W Lambert. Subscription database service available through Godfrey Library service.
  2. "Virginia General Assembly - Legislative Information System: House Joint Resolution No. 454," transcription, State of Virginia (http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?001+ful+HJ454 : accessed 4 Aug 2007), entry for Anne Nenzel Lambert.

Carl W Nesperly

Last Edited=18 Apr 2005
     Carl W Nesperly was born between 1871 and 1872 in Ohio.1 He was the son of John W Nesperly and Martha J Sayre.
YearLocation
1880Washington Co, Ohio1
     Carl W Nesperly appeared on the 1880 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, in his mother's household.1 Carl appeared in the 1895-96 city directory for Huntington, West Virginia, boarding at 47 24th Street, working as a machinist.2

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, village of Harmar, enumeration district (ED) 230, p. 246B, dwelling 127, family 143, Martha Nesperly household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1076.
  2. Huntington West Virginia 1895-1896 City Directory (n.p.: n.pub., 1895-1896), 91; viewed on-line. <<http://www.distantcousin/directories/wv>>

John W Nesperly

Last Edited=4 Aug 2007
     John W Nesperly was born in 1830 in Steubenville, Jefferson Co, Ohio.1,2 He married Martha J Sayre, daughter of Montgomery Sayre and Sarah Tharp, 24 June 1858 in Marshall Co, Virginia.2 John W Nesperly died in 1873.1 He was buried in Mound Cemetery, Marietta, Washington Co, Ohio.1
     John W Nesperly appeared on the 1860 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, enumerated 15 June 1860. Household: John Misperley (29), Martha (19), Lula Jane (5/12), Montgomery Sayer (66), and Sally Sayer (60), residing in Marietta city where John was a cabinet maker.3 He appeared on the 1870 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, enumerated 28 June 1870. Household: John Nesperly (37), Martha (29), Lula (10), and Mary (1), residing in Marietta city where he worked in a chair factory.4

Children of John W Nesperly and Martha J Sayre

Citations

  1. "Washington County, OH Cemetery Index," transcription, Washington County Historical Society of Ohio (http://www.wchs-ohio.org/cem_index.htm : accessed Apr 2005), entry for John Nesperly.
  2. "Marshall County WV Marriages 1835-1889, Compiled by T Vernon Anderson," database, RootsWeb.com (http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvmarsha/brides.txt : accessed 3 Aug 2007), entry for Martha J Sayers.
  3. 1860 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, Marietta city, Marietta post office, p. 172A, dwelling 594, family 594, John Misperley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1048.
  4. 1870 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, Marietta city, Marietta post office, p. 330A & 330B, dwelling 245, family 259, John Nesperly household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1279.

Lula June Nesperly

Last Edited=25 Apr 2005
     Lula June Nesperly was born in January 1860 in Ohio.1 She was the daughter of John W Nesperly and Martha J Sayre. Lula June Nesperly married Charles Scott between 1881 and 1882.2
     Lula June Nesperly appeared on the 1860 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1870 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, in her parent's household.3 She appeared on the 1880 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, in her mother's household where she was a dress maker.4 She appeared on the 1900 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in the household of Charles Scott.2 Lula June Nesperly appeared on the 1910 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in the household of Charles Scott.5 Lula June Nesperly was listed in the WWI draft registration record of Arzie Ellsworth Scott 12 September 1918.8 Lula June Nesperly appeared on the 1920 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in the household of Charles Scott.6 Lula June Nesperly appeared on the 1930 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in her mother's household.7

Children of Lula June Nesperly and Charles Scott

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, Marietta city, Marietta post office, p. 172A, dwelling 594, family 594, John Misperley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1048.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Guyandotte district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 16, page/sheet 236B/14B, dwelling 354, family 406, Charles Scott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1756.
  3. 1870 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, Marietta city, Marietta post office, p. 330A & 330B, dwelling 245, family 259, John Nesperly household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1279.
  4. 1880 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, village of Harmar, enumeration district (ED) 230, p. 246B, dwelling 127, family 143, Martha Nesperly household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1076.
  5. 1910 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 41, page/sheet 267A/2A, dwelling 28, family 31, Chas Scott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1678.
  6. 1920 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Guyandotte district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 20A/6A, dwelling 87, family 125, Charles Scott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1951.
  7. 1930 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Gideon district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 6-15, page/sheet 270A/26A, dwelling -, family -, Harlan Parsons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2528.
  8. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 25 Apr 2005), Arzie Ellsworth Scott entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.

Mary L Nesperly

Last Edited=17 Apr 2005
     Mary L Nesperly was born between 1868 and 1869 in Ohio.1 She was the daughter of John W Nesperly and Martha J Sayre.
     Mary L Nesperly appeared on the 1870 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1880 federal census of Washington Co, Ohio, in her mother's household.2

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, Marietta city, Marietta post office, p. 330A & 330B, dwelling 245, family 259, John Nesperly household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1279.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Washington County, Ohio, population schedule, village of Harmar, enumeration district (ED) 230, p. 246B, dwelling 127, family 143, Martha Nesperly household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1076.

Albert Peter Neu

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     Albert Peter Neu was born in 1877.1 He was the son of Valentine Neu and [-?-] Alplavlep.1 Albert Peter Neu married Ada F Simpson, daughter of Oliver Simpson and Malinda E Hawthorn, 3 November 1904 in Marion Co, Indiana.1 Albert Peter Neu died in July 1910.2 He was buried 25 July 1910 in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion Co, Indiana, (section 32, lot 143).2

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Oliver Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 14 Nov 2012), entry for Albert P New.

John Edward Neu

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     John Edward Neu was born 23 March 1876 in Indianapolis, Marion Co, Indiana.1,2 He was the son of Valentine Neu and [-?-] Alplavlep.1 John Edward Neu married Ada F Simpson, daughter of Oliver Simpson and Malinda E Hawthorn, 23 November 1910 in Indianapolis, Marion Co, Indiana.1 John Edward Neu died 28 August 1952 at age 76.2 He was buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion Co, Indiana, (plot - Garden of Champions).2

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Ada F D Neu. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 14 Nov 2012), entry for John Edward Neu.

Valentine Neu

Last Edited=23 Nov 2012
     Valentine Neu married [-?-] Alplavlep.1

Children of Valentine Neu and [-?-] Alplavlep

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Oliver Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Ada F D Neu. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Aaron Clarke Neubert1

Last Edited=5 Aug 2007
     Aaron Clarke Neubert is the son of Randy Clarke Neubert and Marion Melissa Ashby.2

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Kathleen Maffett Clarke," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 19 Mar 2002.
  2. "FindUSA," database, InfoUSA (http://findusa.referenceusa.com : accessed 1 Nov 2005), entry for Randy C Neubert. Subscription database service available through Godfrey Library service.

Gary E Neubert1

Last Edited=17 Mar 2006
     Gary E Neubert is the son of Theodore E Neubert and Barbara A Clarke.1

Child of Gary E Neubert and Cheryl N [-?-]

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Kathleen Maffett Clarke," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 19 Mar 2002.

Randy Clarke Neubert1

Last Edited=14 Nov 2005
     Randy Clarke Neubert is the son of Theodore E Neubert and Barbara A Clarke.1

Child of Randy Clarke Neubert and Marion Melissa Ashby

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Kathleen Maffett Clarke," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 19 Mar 2002.
  2. "FindUSA," database, InfoUSA (http://findusa.referenceusa.com : accessed 1 Nov 2005), entry for Randy C Neubert. Subscription database service available through Godfrey Library service.

Theodore E Neubert1

Last Edited=16 Nov 2005

Children of Theodore E Neubert and Barbara A Clarke

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Kathleen Maffett Clarke," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 19 Mar 2002.

Todd R Neubert1

Last Edited=1 Nov 2005
     Todd R Neubert is the son of Gary E Neubert and Cheryl N [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Kathleen Maffett Clarke," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 19 Mar 2002.

Albert Newcomb

Last Edited=23 Nov 2012
     Albert Newcomb married Mary Ann Wyatt.1

Child of Albert Newcomb and Mary Ann Wyatt

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Frank E Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Susie Newcomb

Last Edited=15 Nov 2012
     Susie Newcomb was the daughter of Albert Newcomb and Mary Ann Wyatt.1 Susie Newcomb married Frank E Simpson, son of Oliver Simpson and Malinda E Hawthorn, 3 January 1914 in Vanderburgh Co, Indiana.1

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 14 Nov 2012), Frank E Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Alice J Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     Alice J Newell was born between 1851 and 1852 in Indiana.1 She was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.2 Alice J Newell married William Hay.2
YearLocation
1870Wayne Co, Iowa1
     Alice J Newell appeared on the 1870 federal census of Wayne Co, Iowa, in the household of William E Crawford [her brother-in-law].1

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Wayne County, Iowa, population schedule, Corydon Township, Corydon post office, p. 287B, dwelling 72, family 75, William E Crawford household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 425.
  2. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Clarinda A Newell

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Clarinda A Newell was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1 Clarinda A Newell married Marcus Hennion.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

David F Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     David F Newell was the son of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Harriet A Newell

Last Edited=8 Jul 2009
     Harriet A Newell was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Hester L Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     Hester L Newell was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Jane Newell

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Jane Newell was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1 Jane Newell married John M Evans.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Martha E Newell

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Martha E Newell was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1 Martha E Newell married Whitfield Woods.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Mary E Newell

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Mary E Newell was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1 Mary E Newell married Martin Giltner.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Samuel A Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     Samuel A Newell was the son of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

Sarah P Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     Sarah P Newell was born between 1838 and 1839 in Indiana.1 She was the daughter of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.2 Sarah P Newell married William E Crawford circa 1864.2
YearLocation
1870Wayne Co, Iowa1
     Sarah P Newell appeared on the 1870 federal census of Wayne Co, Iowa, in the household of William E Crawford.1

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Wayne County, Iowa, population schedule, Corydon Township, Corydon post office, p. 287B, dwelling 72, family 75, William E Crawford household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 425.
  2. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

William M Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     William M Newell was the son of William Tell Newell and Pauline Fain.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.

William Tell Newell

Last Edited=6 Jul 2009
     William Tell Newell was born in 1803 in Pulaski Co, Kentucky.1 He married Pauline Fain, daughter of David Fain and Elizabeth "Betsy" Young.2 William Tell Newell died in 1857 in Owen Co, Indiana.1

Citations

  1. L Wallace Duncan, History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: Embellished with Portraits of Well Known People of these Counties, with Biographies of Our Representative Citizens, Cuts of Public Buildings and a Map of Each County (Iola, Kansas: Iola Register, 1901); (http://ingenweb.org/inmontgomery/bios/e/evans-john-m.htm : accessed 5 Jul 2009), transcription of entry for John M Evans.
  2. 1870 U. S. Census, Wayne County, Iowa, population schedule, Corydon Township, Corydon post office, p. 287B, dwelling 72, family 75, William E Crawford household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 425.

Arminda Newland1

Last Edited=19 Sep 2005
     Arminda Newland married John Adams Gossard, son of John Jacob Gossard and Mary "Polly" Caylor, 4 December 1856 in Auglaize Co, Ohio.1

Citations

  1. Ross County Genealogical Society, Ross County, Ohio Early Families (Apollo, Pennsylvania: Closson Press, 1998), 62.

Elizabeth Newland1

Last Edited=10 Nov 2003
     Elizabeth Newland married John Adams Gossard, son of John Jacob Gossard and Mary "Polly" Caylor, 21 December 1843 in Fayette Co, Ohio.1

Citations

  1. Ross County Genealogical Society, Ross County, Ohio Early Families (Apollo, Pennsylvania: Closson Press, 1998), 62.

Herbert D Newton

Last Edited=31 Jul 2008
     Herbert D Newton was born in October 1870 in North Carolina.1 He married Mary H [-?-] between 1895 and 1896.1
YearLocation
1900Hudson Co, New Jersey1
     Herbert D Newton appeared on the 1900 federal census of Hudson Co, New Jersey, enumerated 18 June 1900. Household: Herbert D Newton (29), Mary H Newton (wif - 24), and Ruth S (dau - 2), residing on Devon Street, Kearny, where Herbert D was a bookkeeper in the tobacco business who owned his home was a mortgage.1

Child of Herbert D Newton and Mary H [-?-]

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, Kearny, enumeration district (ED) 53, page/sheet 303A/25, dwelling 486, family 529, Herbert D Newton household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 974.

Ruth Newton

Last Edited=27 Oct 2013
     Ruth Newton was born 15 October 1897 in Jersey City, Hudson Co, New Jersey, (one source has 8 Nov 1897).1,2 She was the daughter of Herbert D Newton and Mary H [-?-].3 Ruth Newton married Thomas Park Simmons, son of William Glenn Simmons and Martha Jane "Jennie" Park.4 Ruth Newton died in January 1985 at age 87 (last residence was Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama).2
YearLocation
1900Hudson Co, New Jersey3
     Ruth Newton appeared on the 1900 federal census of Hudson Co, New Jersey, in her parent's household.3 (an unknown value).5 Ruth traveled between several ports and New York nine times between 1926 and 1934 with her children - Thomas did not travel with the family on these trips. The ports were Havana, Cuba; Puerto Castilla, Honduras; Puerto Cortes, Honduras; and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. [Most of these ports have one thing in common - they are located near United Fruit Company operations. UFC was merged with United Brands in 1970 and in 1984 was taken over and renamed Chiquita Brands International]6,7,8

Ruth Newton was mentioned in the following event: Thomas Simmons, Ruth and their three children arrived in New York 3 Jan 1929 on the SS Zacapa from Santa Marta, Columbia [the maifest mistakenly used the date 1928]. They were living in Asheville, North Carolina.4

Ruth Newton was mentioned in the following event: Thomas Simmons arrived in New York City 5 Oct 1941 on the ship SS Talamanca and had departed from Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. With him was Ruth Newton Simmons, born 15 Oct 1897 in Jersey City, both of 93 Linden Ave, Arlington, New Jersey. Also with Thomas and Ruth was Lary Gordon Simmons, age 12, born in Honduras.1

Ruth Newton was mentioned in the following event: Thomas Simmons arrived in New York City 4 Nov 1948 on the ship SS Fra Berlanga and had departed from Puerto Armuelles, Panama, on 29 Oct. With him was Ruth Newton Simmons, both of 93 Linden Ave, Arlington, New Jersey. He had a set of golf clubs with his luggage.9

Ruth Newton was mentioned in the following event: Thomas Simmons arrived with wife Ruth and granddaughter Judith in New York 8 Oct 1950 on the SS Comayagua from Golfito, Costa Rica (traveling first class). They carried with them 5 suitcases, 2 golf bags, 2 baby carriages, 1 feeding table, 1 playpen, and baby food. All resided at 93 Linden Avenue, Arlington, New Jersey and Judith was 14 months, born in Flushing, New York with passport #252487.10

Ruth Newton was mentioned in the following event: Thomas Simmons arrived in New York City 5 Oct 1952 on the ship SS Fra Berlanga and had departed from Puerto Armuelles, Panama. With him was Ruth Norton Simmons, both of 93 Linden Ave, Arlington, New Jersey. They had seven piece of luggage with them.11 Her Social Security Number was 418-86-1380, issued in 1973 in Alabama.2

Children of Ruth Newton and Thomas Park Simmons

Citations

  1. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 Nov 2006), manifest, SS Talamanca , 5 Oct 1941, stamped page 4, line 17, Thomas Park Simmons, age 47. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 31 Jul 2008), entry for Ruth Simmons, SS no. 418-86-1380; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, Kearny, enumeration district (ED) 53, page/sheet 303A/25, dwelling 486, family 529, Herbert D Newton household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 974.
  4. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Zacapa , 3 Jan 1929, stamped page 189, line 5-9, Thomas Simmons, age 34. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  5. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Zacapa , 3 Feb 1925, stamped page 148, line 4, Ruth Simmons, age 27. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  6. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Ulua , 13 Sep 1926, stamped page 118, line 15-17, Ruth Simmons, age 28. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  7. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Tivives , 13 Mar 1926, stamped page 168, line 13-15, Ruth Simmons, age 30. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  8. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Platano , 21 Aug 1931, stamped page 202, line 13-16, Ruth Simmons, age 35. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  9. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 Nov 2006), manifest, SS Fra Berlanga , 4 Nov 1948, stamped page 154, line 1, Thomas Park Simmons, age 54. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  10. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Comayagua , 8 Oct 1950, stamped page 90, line 1-3, Thomas P Simmons, age 56. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  11. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 Nov 2006), manifest, SS Fra Berlanga , 5 Oct 1952, stamped page 110, line 1, Thomas Park Simmons, age 58. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  12. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Zacapa , 3 Jan 1929, stamped page 189, line 7, Mary Simmons, age 3 & 8/12. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  13. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Zacapa , 3 Jan 1929, stamped page 189, line 8, Dick Simmons, age 2 & 6/12. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.
  14. "Passenger Records" digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 Jul 2008), manifest, SS Zacapa , 3 Jan 1929, stamped page 189, line 9, Larry Simmons, age 3/12. Original data: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Micropublication M237. Rolls #1-675. National Archives, Washington, DC. Also, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls #1-8892. National Archives, Washington, DC.

[-?-] Newton

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     [-?-] Newton married Ella Holemselle Howser, daughter of William Henry Howser and Cora Corene Caylor.1

Citations

  1. Courtney Howser (e-mail lhowser810@aol.com), "Re: Loudoun County Look Up," e-mail message to Loudoun County message board, 2 Jun 2006 (http://boards.rootsweb.com/… : accessed 30 Apr 2007).

Hung C Nguyen1

Last Edited=5 Aug 2007

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Kenneth Clifton Caylor," The Loudoun Easterner, Virginia, 19 Jan 2000.

Josephine Nichelson

Last Edited=25 Sep 2010
     Josephine Nichelson was born in Alabama.1 She married James A Hall.1

Child of Josephine Nichelson and James A Hall

Citations

  1. Chas Hall, death certificate, file no. 658 (Hamilton County) (24 Dec 1918), Tennessee State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Nashville.

Joanne Nicholls

Last Edited=23 Sep 2008

Citations

  1. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 23 Sep 2008), entry for Pamela K Bohorques. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
  2. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 23 Sep 2008), entry for Don L Bohorques. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.

Daniel J Nichols

Last Edited=5 Jun 2009
     Daniel J Nichols was born between 1826 and 1827 in Tennessee.1 He and Margaret Caroline Young obtained a marriage license 2 May 1854 in Polk Co, Missouri.2
YearLocation
1860Polk Co, Missouri1
     Daniel J Nichols appeared on the 1860 federal census of Polk Co, Missouri, enumerated 1 June 1860. Household: Daniel J Nichols (33), Margret (41), Allice (3), Frank Nelson (22), Henrietta Nelson (16), and Isaac Nelson (14), residing in Bolivar Township, Bolivar post office, where Daniel J was a farmer with real estate valued at $1600 and pesonal property at $800.1

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Polk County, Missouri, population schedule, Bolivar Township, Bolivar post office, p. 1, dwelling 3, family 3, Daniel J Nichols household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 641.
  2. Dessie Little Simmons and Fred Simmons, Robert Young, Sr., Patriot and Pioneer (Johnson City, Tennessee: self-published, 1984), 370-8; printed by Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina - both authors are deceased and SHP has no copies; microfiche 6100978, FHL, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hattie Nichols1

Last Edited=7 Dec 2007
     Hattie Nichols was the daughter of Henry Nichols and Nancy [-?-].1 Hattie Nichols married Charles Pearson Carmean, son of George W Carmean and Mary Elizabeth Houser, circa 1903 likely in Kansas. Hattie Nichols died in 1906.2

Child of Hattie Nichols and Charles Pearson Carmean

Citations

  1. Bob R Anderson, "Re: Update to Carmean Info," e-mail message from bobbie.r.anderson@us.army.mil to Robert Stoy, 27 Nov 2007.
  2. Bob R Anderson, "Re: Update to Carmean Info," e-mail message from bobbie.r.anderson@us.army.mil to Robert Stoy, 15 Nov 2007. Contains original source listings for most information.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Pottawattamie County, Iowa, population schedule, Hardin Township, enumeration district (ED) 126, page/sheet 86A/10A, dwelling 61, family 61, Frank [Fichter] household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 420.

Henry Nichols1

Last Edited=20 Dec 2007
     Henry Nichols married Nancy [-?-].1

Child of Henry Nichols and Nancy [-?-]

Citations

  1. Bob R Anderson, "Re: Update to Carmean Info," e-mail message from bobbie.r.anderson@us.army.mil to Robert Stoy, 27 Nov 2007.

Martha E Nichols

Last Edited=17 Mar 2009
     Martha E Nichols was born between 1863 and 1864 in Virginia.1 She married John M Darnes, son of James T Darnes and Mary Jane Havener, 20 January 1880 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.2 Martha E Nichols died 25 April 1936.3 She was buried in Ashburn Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ashburn, Loudoun Co, Virginia.3
YearLocation
1930Loudoun Co, Virginia1
     Martha E Nichols appeared on the 1930 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 21 April 1930. Household: Martha E Darns (66), Henry M (son - 48), Floyd F (son - 42), and Lillie (dil - 38), residing in Broad Run district where Martha E was a farmer who owned her farm and had no radio.1

Children of Martha E Nichols and John M Darnes

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 54-2, page/sheet 113B/9B, dwelling 198, family 199, Martha E Darns household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2448.
  2. Patricia B Duncan and Elizabeth R Frain, Loudoun County, Virginia Marriages After 1850: Vol 1, 1851-1880 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 58.
  3. "Loudoun County Cemetery Database," database, Town of Leesburg Virginia (http://www.leesburgva.gov/services/library/online/ : accessed 17 Mar 2009), entry for Martha E Darnes.

Elizabeth Nicholson1

Last Edited=5 Aug 2013
     Elizabeth Nicholson was born 22 June 1664 in Province of New Jersey (apparently in the vicinity of what became Salem County). She was the daughter of Samuel Nicholson and Ann [-?-]. Elizabeth Nicholson married Thomas Wakefield between 1708 and 1709 in Province of New Jersey.1 Elizabeth Nicholson died in 1727 in Elsinboro Township, Salem Co, Province of New Jersey.

Citations

  1. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), 612, Vol 1; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).

Mary Nicholson1

Last Edited=2 Jun 2004
     Mary Nicholson was born circa 1805.1 She married Barak Norton.1

Child of Mary Nicholson and Barak Norton

Citations

  1. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), NC-21.

Samuel Nicholson

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Samuel Nicholson married Ann [-?-].

Child of Samuel Nicholson and Ann [-?-]

Amanda Nickell1

Last Edited=7 Aug 2007
     Amanda Nickell was born 2 November 1831 in Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Nickell and Isabelle McDowell.1 Amanda Nickell married James M Moran, son of Thomas Moran and Mary Ann Beckham, 27 September 1851 in Henry Co, Iowa.1 Amanda Nickell died 2 November 1917 likely in Sedgwick Co, Kansas, at age 86.2 She was buried in Cheney Pioneer Cemetery, Cheney, Sedgwick Co, Kansas.2
     Amanda Nickell appeared on the 1860 federal census of Gentry Co, Missouri, in the household of James M Moran.3 Amanda Nickell appeared on the 1870 federal census of Gentry Co, Missouri, in the household of James M Moran.4 Amanda Nickell appeared on the 1880 federal census of Sedgwick Co, Kansas, in the household of James M Moran.5 Amanda Nickell appeared on the 1900 federal census of Sedgwick Co, Kansas, in the household of James M Moran; three of her five children were alive in 1900.6 Amanda Nickell appeared on the 1910 federal census of Sedgwick Co, Kansas, enumerated 15 April 1910. Household: Amanda Moran (78), residing in Morton Township, Cheney city, where she was noted as widowed with two of her four children alive in 1910.7

Children of Amanda Nickell and James M Moran

Citations

  1. Portrait and Biographical Album of Sedgwick County, Kan., Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County . . . (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), 463; viewed as microfilm 1,000,039 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. "Cheney Pioneer Cemetery, Sedgwick County, Kansas," transcription, Kansas State Library (http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/sedgwick/cems/chencem.txt : accessed Jun 2007), entry for Amanda Moran.
  3. 1860 U. S. Census, Gentry County, Missouri, population schedule, Township 63, Island Branch post office, p. 810, dwelling 1094, family 1090, James Moram household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 620.
  4. 1870 U. S. Census, Gentry County, Missouri, population schedule, Cooper Township, Albany post office, p. 581A, dwelling 245, family 253, James Moran household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 776.
  5. 1880 U. S. Census, Sedgwick County, Kansas, population schedule, Grand River Township, enumeration district (ED) 225, p. 399A, dwelling -, family -, James Moran household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 396.
  6. 1900 U. S. Census, Sedgwick County, Kansas, population schedule, Morton Township, Cheney city, enumeration district (ED) 259, page/sheet 59A/3A, dwelling 51, family 51, James Moran household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 499.
  7. 1910 U. S. Census, Sedgwick County, Kansas, population schedule, Morton Township, Cheney city, enumeration district (ED) 90, page/sheet 101B/1B, dwelling 23, family 24, Amanda Moran household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 455.

James Elliott Nickell1

Last Edited=9 Jun 2006
     James Elliott Nickell was born between 1881 and 1882 in West Virginia.2 He married Elizabeth Mabel "Eula" Maffett, daughter of Charles James Craven Maffett and Mahala Elizabeth Vansickler, in 1917.1,3 James Elliott Nickell died 26 June 1955 in his home, 111 Cedar Avenue, Fairfax, Virginia.3 He was buried 30 June 1955 in National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church, Virginia.3
     James Elliott Nickell registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 12 September 1918 in Fairfax, Fairfax Co, Virginia, where he lived in Falls Church and worked as a clothing salesman for Lansburgh Bros on 7th Street in Washington DC. He named his wife, Mrs Elizabeth Mabel Nickell, as nearest relative. He was of mediium height, medium build, had brown eyes and brown hair.5 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, enumerated January 1920. Household: James E Nichols (38), Eula M (wif - 31), and James (son - 1/12), residing in the Providence district where he was a bookkeeper.2 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, enumerated 16 April 1930. Household: James E Nickell (48), Eula M (wif - 45), and James F (son - 9), residing in the city of Fairfax where he was a hardware merchant.4 He registered for the World War II Selective Service Draft in 1942 and lived in Fairfax, Virginia. He was self-employed and named Mrs Mabel Nickell of the same address as a person who would know his address. His height was 5'-10", weight 150 pounds, had brown eyes, gray hair, and a ruddy complexion.6 His obituary stated: "James E Nickell, 74, owner of a hardware store in Fairfax, Va, for the last 34 years, died yesterday of a heart attack at his home, 111 Cedar ave, Fairfax. Mr Nickell was a charter member of the Fairfax Rotary Club and the Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department. He operated the James E Nickell and Son Hardware Store. He moved to Fairfax County from Pickaway, W Va, in 1907 and married the former Mabel Maffett in 1917. Mr Nickell was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, James P Nickell, of Fairfax; a brother, H L Nickell, of Fort Myers, Fla, and three sisters, Mrs L N Cook, of New Philadelphia, Ohio; Mrs Edith Young, of Union, W Va, and Mrs D P Hutchinson, of Chantilly, Va. . . ."3

Child of James Elliott Nickell and Elizabeth Mabel "Eula" Maffett

Citations

  1. "Died: Mahala Elizabeth Maffett," The Washington Post, 2 Jun 1948, B2; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Providence district, enumeration district (ED) 39, page/sheet 279A/16A, dwelling 3, family 3, James E Nichols household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1886.
  3. "J E Nickell, Hardware Dealer, Dies," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 27 Jun 1955, 26; viewed on-line at http://www.chanute.com
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfax town, enumeration district (ED) 30-21, page/sheet 198B/3B, dwelling 59, family 59, James E Nickell household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2442.
  5. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 Mar 2006), James Elliott Nickell entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.
  6. "U S World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 8 Jun 2006), entry for James Elliott Nickell. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Regional Branches, various locations.
  7. "Deaths: Mabel Maffett," The Washington Post, 10 May 1984, C14; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

James P Nickell1

Last Edited=14 Nov 2005
     James P Nickell was born 10 December 1919 in Virginia.2,3 He was the son of James Elliott Nickell and Elizabeth Mabel "Eula" Maffett.1 James P Nickell died 18 August 1996 at age 76 (last residence was Bridgewater, Rockingham County, Virginia).2
     James P Nickell appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.3 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.4 His Social Security Number was 229-28-7548, issued before 1951 in Virginia.2 He was mentioned in the obituary of James Elliott Nickell 27 June 1955.5

Citations

  1. "Deaths: Mabel Maffett," The Washington Post, 10 May 1984, C14; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 12 Nov 2005), entry for James P Nickell, SS no. 229-28-7548; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Providence district, enumeration district (ED) 39, page/sheet 279A/16A, dwelling 3, family 3, James E Nichols household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1886.
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Fairfax town, enumeration district (ED) 30-21, page/sheet 198B/3B, dwelling 59, family 59, James E Nickell household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2442.
  5. "J E Nickell, Hardware Dealer, Dies," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 27 Jun 1955, 26; viewed on-line at http://www.chanute.com

Thomas Nickell1

Last Edited=20 Jun 2007
     Thomas Nickell was born 15 April 1800 in Monroe Co, Virginia.1 He married Isabelle McDowell 24 January 1822 in Virginia.1 Thomas Nickell died 9 September 1885 at age 85.1

Child of Thomas Nickell and Isabelle McDowell

Citations

  1. Portrait and Biographical Album of Sedgwick County, Kan., Containing Full Page Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County . . . (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), 463; viewed as microfilm 1,000,039 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Frank Nipper

Last Edited=31 Oct 2012
     Frank Nipper married Sinda White.1

Child of Frank Nipper and Sinda White

Citations

  1. "Tennessee, Death Records, 1908-1958," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2376 : accessed 31 Oct 2012), entry for Jane Nipper Rudd. Original data: Tennessee Death Records, 1908-1959. Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Mary Jane Ellen Nipper

Last Edited=1 Nov 2012
     Mary Jane Ellen Nipper was born 19 June 1884 in Tennessee.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Frank Nipper and Sinda White.4 Mary Jane Ellen Nipper married Thomas Talton Rudd, son of John Samuel Rudd and Sarah S West, 23 September 1906.3 Mary Jane Ellen Nipper died 12 March 1957 in Athens, McMinn Co, Tennessee, at age 72.4,5,1 She was buried 14 March 1957 in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Athens, McMinn Co, Tennessee.5,1,4
     Mary Jane Ellen Nipper appeared on the 1910 federal census of McMinn Co, Tennessee, in the household of Thomas Talton Rudd; her two children were alive in 1910.2 Mary Jane Ellen Nipper was listed in the WWI draft registration record of Thomas Talton Rudd 12 September 1918.8 Mary Jane Ellen Nipper appeared on the 1920 federal census of McMinn Co, Tennessee, in the household of Thomas Talton Rudd.6 Mary Jane Ellen Nipper appeared on the 1930 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in the household of Thomas Talton Rudd.7

Children of Mary Jane Ellen Nipper and Thomas Talton Rudd

Citations

  1. Marvin & Samme Templin, compilers, McMinn County, Tennessee Cemeteries (Athens, Tennessee: n.pub., 1999), 140.
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, McMinn County, Tennessee, population schedule, 2nd civil district, enumeration district (ED) 108, page/sheet 67A/13A, dwelling 258, family 262, Thomas Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1510.
  3. James L Douthat, compiler, McMinn County, Tennessee Records: WPA Transcript (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1991), 6.
  4. "Tennessee, Death Records, 1908-1958," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2376 : accessed 31 Oct 2012), entry for Jane Nipper Rudd. Original data: Tennessee Death Records, 1908-1959. Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee State Library and Archives.
  5. "Franklin Bogart Nipper," personal site, RootsWeb.com (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~snipper/kinfolks/… : accessed 5 Aug 2007), entry for Mary Jane "Aunt Jane" Ellen Nipper. [Franklin Bogart Nipper, 4the3sratledges@compuserve.com; source was WPA records for McMinn County and the Bible record of Tom and Jane Rudd].
  6. 1920 U. S. Census, McMinn County, Tennessee, population schedule, 2nd civil district, enumeration district (ED) 52, page/sheet 54A/1A, dwelling 3, family 3, Thomas T Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1753.
  7. 1930 U. S. Census, Monroe County, Tennessee, population schedule, 1st district, enumeration district (ED) 62-6, page/sheet 53B/8B, dwelling 148, family 148, Tom D Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2267.
  8. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 May 2006), Tom Talton Rudd entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.
  9. "Tennessee, Delayed Birth Records, 1869-1909," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2282 : accessed 16 Aug 2012), entry for Rachel Elizabeth Rudd. Original data: Tennessee Delayed Birth Records, 1869–1909. Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee State Library and Archives.
  10. "Tennessee, Death Records, 1908-1958," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2376 : accessed 31 Oct 2012), entry for Alice Onelia Rudd. Original data: Tennessee Death Records, 1908-1959. Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Margret Noah

Last Edited=1 Feb 2011
     Margret Noah married Jno Wilson.1
YearLocation
1900Marion Co, Iowa2
     Margret Noah appeared on the 1900 federal census of Marion Co, Iowa, in the household of Nellie Wilson, her daughter; three of her five children were alive in 1900.2

Child of Margret Noah and Jno Wilson

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Iowa Marriages, 1809-1922," database and digital images, FamilySearch (Beta) (https://www.familysearch.org/s/collection/… : accessed 17 Dec 2010), Chas Guy Etcher. Index entries derived from digital copies of originals housed in various repositories Iowa.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Marion County, Iowa, population schedule, Liberty Township, Marysville, enumeration district (ED) 50, page/sheet 165A/13A, dwelling 303, family 305, Nellie Etcher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 447.

Dorothy R Noble

Last Edited=18 Jun 2012
     Dorothy R Noble was born between 1815 and 1816 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of John S Noble and Ann [-?-].1,2 Dorothy R Noble married Benjamin Hummer, son of Thomas Hummer and Nancy McIntosh, 23 February 1838 in Shelburne Parish, Loudoun Co, Virginia, (date of bond - John S Noble attests ages).2
YearLocation
1850Loudoun Co, Virginia1
     Dorothy R Noble appeared on the 1850 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Ann [-?-].1

Children of Dorothy R Noble and Benjamin Hummer

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, p. 172A, dwelling 151, family 151, Ann Noble household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 957.
  2. Mary Alice Wertz, Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia 1757 - 1853 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985), 77; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=49246 : accessed 21 Apr 2012).

John S Noble

Last Edited=12 Jul 2012
     John S Noble married Ann [-?-] (John S Noble attests ages).1

Child of John S Noble and Ann [-?-]

Citations

  1. Mary Alice Wertz, Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia 1757 - 1853 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985), 77; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=49246 : accessed 21 Apr 2012).

Ann M Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     Ann M Norcross was born between 1828 and 1829 in New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of Job Norcross and Elizabeth Kellum.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, p. 243A & 243B, dwelling 401, family 407, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.

Charles Norcross

Last Edited=25 Aug 2013
     Charles Norcross was born 25 April 1826.1 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.2 Charles Norcross died 7 July 1897 at age 71.1 He was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 Aug 2013), entry for Charles Norcross.
  2. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.

George W Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     George W Norcross was born between 1832 and 1833 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of Job Norcross and Elizabeth Kellum.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, p. 243A & 243B, dwelling 401, family 407, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.

Isaiah Norcross

Last Edited=25 Aug 2013
     Isaiah Norcross was born in 1804.1 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.2 Isaiah Norcross died 17 January 1880.1 He was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 Aug 2013), entry for Isaiah Norcross.
  2. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.

James Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     James Norcross was born between 1835 and 1836 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of Job Norcross and Elizabeth Kellum.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, p. 243A & 243B, dwelling 401, family 407, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.

Job Norcross

Last Edited=23 Dec 2013
     Job Norcross was born in September 1779 in Province of New Jersey (calculated from tombstone: age 71y, 11m).1,2

Job Norcross married Martha Clutch, daughter of Isaiah Clutch and Margaret [-?-], circa 1799 (based on birth of son Samuel).2

Job Norcross died in August 1851 at age 71 (FindAGrave source has 8 Aug 1854, an entry made in 2012; the 1851 date comes from a cemetery transcription project in 2002. The image of the tombstone does not have a readable date in 2012).1,3 He was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.1,4
     Job Norcross paid taxes in Gloucester Township, Gloucester County, in 1802.7

"After 1820 the old meeting-house [New Hopewell Friends Meeting House] was removed by Job Norcross, and rebuilt as a two-story dwelling, on the Blue Anchor road, not quite a mile from its old site, where it is now occupied [1886] as the home of William Norcross. The grave-yard was preserved by the Friends, and burials of their descendants have since been made there."8

Job Norcross was named in the will of Isaiah Clutch as executor 20 October 1824 in Gloucester Co, New Jersey, and was noted as being of Gloucester Township.9

Job Norcross appeared on the 1830 federal census of Gloucester Co, New Jersey, on census date 1 Jun 1830. Household of Job Norcross: one male <5, one male 5-10, one male 10-15, one male 40-50 (Job), two females 5-10, one female 15-20, and one female 40-50, residing in Gloucester Township.5 He appeared on the 1840 federal census of Gloucester Co, New Jersey, on census date 1 Jun 1840. Household: one male 10-15, one male 60-70 (Job), one female 15-20, one female 20-30, and one female 50-60 with one person engaged in manufactures and trades, residing in Gloucester Township. Job was enumerated four dwellings from his brother-in-law John Kellum.6 He appeared on the 1850 federal census of Camden Co, New Jersey, enumerated 30 August 1850. Household: Job Norcross (71), Martha (67), Sarah Ann (31), and Margaret Stryker (66), residing in Winslow Township where Job was a pump maker who owned real estate valued at $2,000.2

Children of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch

Citations

  1. Bob Loblaw (klopeks@yahoo.com), "New Hopewell Cemetery," Brian & Kim's Genealogy Page - Southern New Jersey (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~batsto/… : accessed 12 Aug 2013), entry for Job Norcross.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, p. 253A, dwelling 536, family 543, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 12 Aug 2013), entry for Job Norcross.
  4. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 1 Dec 2013), entry for Job Norcross Sr.
  5. 1830 U. S. Census, Gloucester County, New Jersey, population schedule, Gloucester Township, p. 61B, line 20, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 81.
  6. 1840 U. S. Census, Gloucester County, New Jersey, population schedule, Gloucester Township, p. 48A & 48B, line 16, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 252.
  7. "New Jersey, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx : accessed 5 Dec 2013), entry for Job Norcross. Original data: Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, compilers. New Jersey Census, 1643-1890. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.
  8. George R Prowell, The History of Camden County, New Jersey (Philadelphia: L. J. Richards & Co, 1886), 700.
  9. Gloucester County, New Jersey, Wills: microfilm 3997H, recorded in Will Book 5, p. 431, "Will and Inventory of Isaiah Clutch", 25 Apr 1831.
  10. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.
  11. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), p. 790-1, vol. 2; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).
  12. Marguerite N Hoke, Record of Burials in New Hopewell Cemetery (n.p.: n.pub., 1972).

Job Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     Job Norcross was born in 1807.1,2 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.3 Job Norcross married first Elizabeth Kellum 22 July 1828 in Gloucester Co, New Jersey, (recorded as Job Norcross Jr).4 Job Norcross married second Christianna Bozarth.5 Job Norcross died 24 March 1885.2 He was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.2
     Job Norcross appeared on the 1830 federal census of Gloucester Co, New Jersey, on census date 1 Jun 1830. Household of Job Norcross Jr: two males 20-30 (one is Job), one female <5, and one female 20-30, residing in Gloucester Township.1 He appeared on the 1850 federal census of Camden Co, New Jersey, enumerated 27 August 1850. Household: Job Norcross (43), Ann M (21), Mary Ann (19), George W (17), James (14), William Kellum (25), and Lenna West (62), residing in Winslow Township where Job was a farmer who owned real estate valued at $2,500.6

Children of Job Norcross and Elizabeth Kellum

Citations

  1. 1830 U. S. Census, Gloucester County, New Jersey, population schedule, Gloucester Township, p. 61B, line 20, Job Norcross Jr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 81.
  2. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 Aug 2013), entry for Job Norcross Jr.
  3. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.
  4. H Stanley Craig, Gloucester County, New Jersey, Marriage Records (Merchantville, New Jersey: Gloucester County Historical Society, 1930), 143.
  5. Marguerite N Hoke, Record of Burials in New Hopewell Cemetery (n.p.: n.pub., 1972).
  6. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, p. 243A & 243B, dwelling 401, family 407, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.

John Norcross

Last Edited=25 Aug 2013
     John Norcross was born in 1810.1 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.2 John Norcross died 16 December 1890.1 He was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 Aug 2013), entry for John Norcross.
  2. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.

Mary Ann Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     Mary Ann Norcross was born between 1830 and 1831 in New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of Job Norcross and Elizabeth Kellum.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, p. 243A & 243B, dwelling 401, family 407, Job Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.

Samuel Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     Samuel Norcross was born 22 February 1800.1,2 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.3,2 Samuel Norcross married Anna Maria Bishop, daughter of Brittain Bishop and Joanna [-?-], 23 February 1826.2,4 Samuel Norcross died 22 April 1880 at age 80.1,2 He was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.1
     Samuel Norcross was mentioned in the following event: About 1840 several men established a stage line between Philadelphia to Absecon, near Atlantic City. The proprietors of this stage line were John C Briggs, James Stoy, William Coffin Jr, Samuel Norcross, Uriah Norcross and William Norcross. The stage passed through Haddonfield, Long-a-coming [Berlin], Tansboro, Blue Anchor and other points in New Jersey. Uriah noted in the 1850 census that he was a stage proprietor. This is another link between James and the Norcross family, further supporting that James married Margaret Clutch, sister of Martha Clutch, mother of Samuel, Uriah and William Norcross.5,6

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 Aug 2013), entry for Samuel Norcross.
  2. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), p. 790-1, vol. 2; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).
  3. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.
  4. H Stanley Craig, Gloucester County, New Jersey, Marriage Records (Merchantville, New Jersey: Gloucester County Historical Society, 1930), 143.
  5. Alfred M Heston, editor, South Jersey A History 1664-1924, Volume 1 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1924), 60; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013).
  6. Laura Lavinia Thomas Willis and and Mrs L Dow Balliett, Early History of Atlantic County New Jersey - Record of the First Year's Work of Atlantic County's Historical Society (Kutztown, Pennsylvania: Press of the Kutztown Publishing Company, 1915), 162; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/earlyhistoryofat01atla : accessed 1 Dec 2013).

Sarah Ann Norcross

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     Sarah Ann Norcross was born in 1818.1 She was the daughter of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.1 Sarah Ann Norcross died 22 April 1855.1 She was buried in New Hopewell Cemetery, Winslow Township, Camden Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. Marguerite N Hoke, Record of Burials in New Hopewell Cemetery (n.p.: n.pub., 1972).

Uriah Norcross

Last Edited=16 Dec 2013
     Uriah Norcross was born between 1802 and 1803 in New Jersey.1,2,3 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.4 Uriah Norcross died 10 March 1870 in Blackwoodtown, Gloucester Co, New Jersey.2,1
YearLocation
1850Camden Co, New Jersey3
     Uriah Norcross was mentioned in the following event: About 1840 several men established a stage line between Philadelphia to Absecon, near Atlantic City. The proprietors of this stage line were John C Briggs, James Stoy, William Coffin Jr, Samuel Norcross, Uriah Norcross and William Norcross. The stage passed through Haddonfield, Long-a-coming [Berlin], Tansboro, Blue Anchor and other points in New Jersey. Uriah noted in the 1850 census that he was a stage proprietor. This is another link between James and the Norcross family, further supporting that James married Margaret Clutch, sister of Martha Clutch, mother of Samuel, Uriah and William Norcross.5,6

He appeared on the 1850 federal census of Camden Co, New Jersey, enumerated 17 September 1850. Household: Uriah Norcross (45), Hannah (39), Josephine (18), Martha (15), Southard (13), Beulah (11), Newkirk (8), and Amanda (1), residing in Gloucester Townshiip where Uriah was a stage proprietor who owned real estate valued at $10,000.3

Citations

  1. Frank H Stewart, Notes on Old Gloucester County New Jersey, Volume 2 (Camden, New Jersey: The New Jersey Society of Pennsyvania, 1917), 457; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 15 Dec 2013).
  2. "New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798-1971," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx : accessed 25 Aug 2013), entry for Uriah Norcross. This database is an index extracted from more than 1 million death and burial records from New Jersey.
  3. 1850 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Gloucester Township, p. 276B, dwelling 768, family 791, Uriah Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 445.
  4. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.
  5. Alfred M Heston, editor, South Jersey A History 1664-1924, Volume 1 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1924), 60; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013).
  6. Laura Lavinia Thomas Willis and and Mrs L Dow Balliett, Early History of Atlantic County New Jersey - Record of the First Year's Work of Atlantic County's Historical Society (Kutztown, Pennsylvania: Press of the Kutztown Publishing Company, 1915), 162; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/earlyhistoryofat01atla : accessed 1 Dec 2013).

William Norcross

Last Edited=25 Aug 2013
     William Norcross was born between 1812 and 1813 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of Job Norcross and Martha Clutch.2
YearLocation
1860Camden Co, New Jersey1
     William Norcross was mentioned in the following event: About 1840 several men established a stage line between Philadelphia to Absecon, near Atlantic City. The proprietors of this stage line were John C Briggs, James Stoy, William Coffin Jr, Samuel Norcross, Uriah Norcross and William Norcross. The stage passed through Haddonfield, Long-a-coming [Berlin], Tansboro, Blue Anchor and other points in New Jersey. Uriah noted in the 1850 census that he was a stage proprietor. This is another link between James and the Norcross family, further supporting that James married Margaret Clutch, sister of Martha Clutch, mother of Samuel, Uriah and William Norcross.3,4

He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Camden Co, New Jersey, enumerated 11 July 1860. Household: William Norcross (47), Mary (42), William H (20), Mary E (18), Benjamin O (16), Nicholas C (12), Samuel P (11), Emiline (8), Martha (6), Georgeann (4), Ann Smallwood (serv - 37), and Eber Tailor (laborer - 35), residing in Winslow Township, Chews Landing post office, where William was a hotel keeper who owned real estate valued at $1,000 and personal propery at $1,000.1

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Winslow Township, Chews Landing post office, p. 419, dwelling 1164, family 1164, William Norcross household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 686.
  2. Henry Charlton Beck, Jersey Genesis - The Story of the Mullica River (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1945), 299; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013). Fifth printing 1991, with forward by Beck, August 1963.
  3. Alfred M Heston, editor, South Jersey A History 1664-1924, Volume 1 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1924), 60; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 Aug 2013).
  4. Laura Lavinia Thomas Willis and and Mrs L Dow Balliett, Early History of Atlantic County New Jersey - Record of the First Year's Work of Atlantic County's Historical Society (Kutztown, Pennsylvania: Press of the Kutztown Publishing Company, 1915), 162; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/earlyhistoryofat01atla : accessed 1 Dec 2013).

James North

Last Edited=7 Aug 2007
     James North was born in Ireland.1 He married Mary Kirkpatrick.1

Child of James North and Mary Kirkpatrick

Citations

  1. Hugh J Dobbs, History of Gage County, Nebraska (Lincoln, Nebraska: Western Publishing and Engraving Company, 1918), 486; on-line copy of book is available at http://www.ancestry.com

Sarah E North1

Last Edited=8 Aug 2007
     Sarah E North was born between 1860 and 1861 in Simcoe, Norfolk Co, Ontario, Canada.2 She was the daughter of James North and Mary Kirkpatrick.1 Sarah E North married Isaac Temple Merchant, son of Isaac Merchant and Nancy Caylor, 4 September 1900 in Port Dover, Norfolk Co, Ontario, Canada.3
     Sarah E North appeared on the 1910 federal census of Gage Co, Nebraska, in the household of Isaac Temple Merchant.4 Sarah E North appeared on the 1920 federal census of Gage Co, Nebraska, in the household of Isaac Temple Merchant; she was assistant post master.5 Sarah E North appeared on the 1930 federal census of Adams Co, Nebraska, in the household of Temple Orvel Merchant, her stepson.6

Citations

  1. Hugh J Dobbs, History of Gage County, Nebraska (Lincoln, Nebraska: Western Publishing and Engraving Company, 1918), 486; on-line copy of book is available at http://www.ancestry.com
  2. "The Ontario [Canada] Vital Statistics Project: Ontario Marriage Registration," database, RootsWeb.com (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/thisisit.htm : accessed 6 Aug 2007), entry for Sarah E North.
  3. "The Ontario [Canada] Vital Statistics Project: Ontario Marriage Registration," database, RootsWeb.com (http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/thisisit.htm : accessed 6 Feb 2007), entry for Isaac Merchant.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Gage County, Nebraska, population schedule, Adams Township, Adams village, enumeration district (ED) 37, page/sheet 4A/4A, dwelling 80, family 80, Isaac T Merchant household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 844.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Gage County, Nebraska, population schedule, Adams village, enumeration district (ED) 42, page/sheet 2A/2A, dwelling 32, family 32, I T Merchant household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 986.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Adams County, Nebraska, population schedule, Hastings city, enumeration district (ED) 1-13, page/sheet 153B/18B, dwelling 376, family 421, Temple O Merchant household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1265.

Barak Norton1

Last Edited=2 Jun 2004
     Barak Norton was born circa 1795.1 He married Mary Nicholson.1

Child of Barak Norton and Mary Nicholson

Citations

  1. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), NC-21.

Sarah Whiteside Norton

Last Edited=22 Dec 2008
     Sarah Whiteside Norton was born 8 August 1828 in Macon Co, North Carolina.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Barak Norton and Mary Nicholson.4 Sarah Whiteside Norton married John Heywood Alley Jr, son of John Heywood Alley and Urcilla Hampton, in 1845.5 Sarah Whiteside Norton died 10 March 1902 in North Carolina at age 73.4,3 She was buried in Whiteside Cemetery, Norton, Jackson Co, North Carolina.3
     They first lived in Rutherford County, then were in Maco County in 1850 and in Jackson County by 1870.4 Sarah Whiteside Norton appeared on the 1850 federal census of Macon Co, North Carolina, in the household of John Heywood Alley Jr.2 Sarah Whiteside Norton appeared on the 1860 federal census of Jackson Co, North Carolina, in the household of John Heywood Alley Jr.6 Sarah Whiteside Norton appeared on the 1870 federal census of Jackson Co, North Carolina, in the household of John Heywood Alley Jr.7 Sarah Whiteside Norton appeared on the 1880 federal census of Jackson Co, North Carolina, in the household of John Heywood Alley Jr.8 Sarah Whiteside Norton appeared on the 1900 federal census of Jackson Co, North Carolina, in the household of John Heywood Alley Jr; nine of her fourteen children were alive in 1900.1

Children of Sarah Whiteside Norton and John Heywood Alley Jr

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Jackson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cashiers Township, enumeration district (ED) 143B/1B, page/sheet 9, dwelling 10, family 2 of 13, John H Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1201.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Macon County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cashiers Valley, p. 369B, dwelling 720, family 735, John H Ally household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 636.
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 21 Dec 2008), entry for Sarah Norton Alley.
  4. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), NC-21.
  5. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), NC-20.
  6. 1860 U. S. Census, Jackson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Webster post office, p. 295A, dwelling 236, family 236, J H Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 903.
  7. 1870 U. S. Census, Jackson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cashiers Valley post office, p. 235B, dwelling 36, family 36, John H Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1144.
  8. 1880 U. S. Census, Jackson County, North Carolina, population schedule, Cashiers Valley Township, enumeration district (ED) 322B, p. 41, dwelling 41, family 6 of 11, John H Alley Sr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 969.
  9. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), age MC-21.

Elizabeth Noyes

Last Edited=3 Dec 2005
     Elizabeth Noyes was born in February 1844 in Vermont.1 She married Clarence H Cornell.2 Elizabeth Noyes died 13 February 1916 likely in New York.3 She was buried 15 February 1916.3
     Elizabeth Noyes appeared on the 1880 federal census of New London Co, Connecticut, in the household of Clarence H Cornell.2 Elizabeth Noyes appeared on the 1900 federal census of Bibb Co, Georgia, in the household of Clarence H Cornell.1 Her obituary stated: "On Feb 13, Elizabeth Noyes, beloved wife of Clarence H Cornell and mother of Mrs J E Dockendorff, Mrs H F Cary, and Miss Persis Cornell and Noyes B Cornell. . . ."3

Children of Elizabeth Noyes and Clarence H Cornell

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Bibb County, Georgia, population schedule, Macon city, enumeration district (ED) 29, page/sheet 264A/20A, dwelling 314, family 402, Clarence Cornell household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 181.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, New London County, Connecticut, population schedule, New London, enumeration district (ED) 86, p. 8A, dwelling 123, family 170, Clarence Cornell household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 107.
  3. "Died: Elizabeth Noyes Cornell," New York Times, 14 Feb 1916, 13.

George W Null1

Last Edited=4 Jan 2014
     George W Null married Lydia J Ware, daughter of Jehu Ware and Mary "Polly" Terhune, in 1864.1

Citations

  1. A Biographical History of Nodaway and Atchison Counties Missouri (Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1901), 366-7; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/biographicalhist01chic : accessed 19 Dec 2013).

Abigail Nutter

Last Edited=4 Jan 2014
     Abigail Nutter was the daughter of Hatevil Nutter and Anne Ayres.1 Abigail Nutter married John Roberts.1

Citations

  1. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 276.

Anthony Nutter

Last Edited=5 Dec 2013
     Anthony Nutter was born circa 1630.1 He was the son of Hatevil Nutter.2 Anthony Nutter died 19 February 1685/86 in Province of New Hampshire (of smallpox).1,2

Citations

  1. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 276.
  2. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register, 4 vols (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), Vol. III: 301; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed 10 Jul 2013).

Edmund Nutter

Last Edited=4 Jan 2014

Child of Edmund Nutter

Citations

  1. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 263.

Elizabeth Nutter

Last Edited=5 Dec 2013
     Elizabeth Nutter was born in 1645.1 She was the daughter of Hatevil Nutter.2,1 Elizabeth Nutter married Thomas Leighton, son of Thomas Leighton and Joanna [-?-], before 1670.2,1 Elizabeth Nutter died before 28 December 1674.1,3

Citations

  1. Robert S Cannery, The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire 1686-1850: Part 1 & Part 2 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1991), 327.
  2. George Thomas Little, Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, 4 vols. (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1909), Vol. I, p. 207; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (http://archive.org/details/genealogicalfami00litt : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  3. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 276.

Hatevil Nutter1

Last Edited=5 Dec 2013
     Hatevil Nutter was born between 1598 and 1603 likely in Harlington, Bedfordshire, England, (however, Warwickshire and Bedfordshire have also been put forward).2,3,4,5 He was the son of Edmund Nutter.6 Hatevil Nutter married first Anne Ayres in 1629 in Province of New Hampshire.3,1,7 Hatevil Nutter married second Mary [-?-] in Dover Township, Strafford Co, Province of New Hampshire.3 Hatevil Nutter died 2 January 1674/75 in Province of New Hampshire.5,3 His will was proved 29 June 1675.8
     He may have arrived with Capt. Thomas Wiggin from Bristol, England in 1633 and landed at Dover Neck.9,10

[Note]: There is a well-researched paper on Hatevil Nutter in a 1997 volume of The American Genealgist, covering his family and ancestors, especially his uncle Anthony Nutter.11

Hatevil Nutter left a will 28 December 1674.8

Children of Hatevil Nutter

Children of Hatevil Nutter and Anne Ayres

Citations

  1. Carmen Miesen Bussard, Martin Shellabarger, 1817-1894: Descendants, Antecedents, Allied Lines (Mission Viejo, CA: Valley Copy and Printing, 1994).
  2. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 275-6.
  3. Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1985), 542; prepared for publication by Elizabeth P Bentley (accessed on microfilm 1,320,548, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah).
  4. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register, 4 vols (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), Vol. III: 301; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  5. Robert S Cannery, The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire 1686-1850: Part 1 & Part 2 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1991), 383.
  6. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 263.
  7. Frederick R Boyle, Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire and His Descendants (Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Peter E Randall Publisher, 1997), entry for Hatevil Nutter; partial transcription, Hatevil Nutter (http://www.nyct.net/~audiocarp/web6/toc.htm : accessed 15 Jul 2013). Web site of Jerry Nutter who has transcribed the contents of Boyle’s book with permission.
  8. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 276.
  9. Everett S. and Lucien Thompson Stackpole, History of the Town of Durham New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation) with Genealogical Notes: Volume One - Narrative (New Hampshire?: published by vote of the town, 1913), 3; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (http://archive.org/details/historyoftownofd02stac : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  10. John Scales, History of Strafford County New Hampshire and Representative Citizens (Chicago: Richmond-Arnold Publishing Co, 1914), 90; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (http://archive.org/details/historyofstraffo00scal : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  11. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 263-284.
  12. George Thomas Little, Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, 4 vols. (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1909), Vol. I, p. 207; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (http://archive.org/details/genealogicalfami00litt : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  13. Robert S Cannery, The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire 1686-1850: Part 1 & Part 2 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1991), 327.
  14. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register, 4 vols (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), Vol. IV, p. 595; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  15. Robert S Cannery, The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire 1686-1850: Part 1 & Part 2 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1991), 589.

John Nutter1

Last Edited=5 Dec 2013
     John Nutter was the son of Hatevil Nutter and Anne Ayres.1 John Nutter died before 28 December 1674.1

Citations

  1. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 276.

Mary Nutter1

Last Edited=5 Dec 2013
     Mary Nutter was the daughter of Hatevil Nutter and Anne Ayres.2,3 Mary Nutter married John Winget in 1667 in Province of New Hampshire.3,4 Mary Nutter died before May 1677 in Dover, Strafford Co, Province of New Hampshire.1,5
     She was living on 28 Dec 1674.6,5

Children of Mary Nutter and John Winget

Citations

  1. Carmen Miesen Bussard, Martin Shellabarger, 1817-1894: Descendants, Antecedents, Allied Lines (Mission Viejo, CA: Valley Copy and Printing, 1994).
  2. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register, 4 vols (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), Vol. IV, p. 595; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  3. Robert S Cannery, The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire 1686-1850: Part 1 & Part 2 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1991), 589.
  4. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register, 4 vols (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), Vol. III: p. 301; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed 10 Jul 2013).
  5. John C Brandon, "The English Origin of Elder Hatevil Nutter of Dover, New Hampshire," The American Genealogist Vol 72, Nos 3-4 (July/October 1997): 276.
  6. Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter G Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Portland, Maine: The Southworth Press, 1928-1939), 763; digital images, CD-ROM (USA: Archive CD Books, 2006).

[-?-] O'Brien1

Last Edited=12 Nov 2005

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Margaret M Sullivan," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 28 Dec 1972, D6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe

Last Edited=23 Jan 2013
     Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe was born 19 January 1879 in New York City, New York.1 She was the daughter of Edmund O'Keefe and Ellen Agnes Lyons.1 Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe married first Charles Winget Stoy, son of Charles Stoy and Phoebe Ann Kelley, 7 July 1898 in New York City, New York, (married by E R Armstrong - they both resided at 202 East 57th Street).1,2 Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe married second Pasquale Giuseppi Masciarelli circa 1915 (based on age of son Frances).3
      Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe was also known as Agnes Helen O'Keefe.

She appeared on the 1900 federal census of New York Co, New York, in the household of Charles Winget Stoy.4 Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe appeared on the 1 June 1905 state census of New York Co, New York, in the household of Charles Winget Stoy.5 Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe appeared on the 1910 federal census of New York Co, New York, in the household of Charles Winget Stoy; all three of her children were alive in 1910.6 Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe appeared on the 1920 federal census of Hampden Co, Massachusetts, in the household of Pasquale Giuseppi Masciarelli.7 Helen Marcel appeared in the 1927 edition of the Worcester city directory; noted as widow of Joseph and residing at 27-1/2 Providence Street.9

I find it interesting that Agnes changed the surname of her Stoy children to Storey after the divorce from Charles (assuming there was a divorce), and that she changed her name (and her children's) to Marcel from Masciarelli after Giuseppi's death in the mid-1920s. Was this coincidence or were there other issues with each marriage?

Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe appeared on the 1930 federal census of Worcester Co, Massachusetts, enumerated 11 April 1930. Household: Helen A Marcil (47), Charles E Storey (son - 30), Vera M Storey (dil - 29), William H Storey (son - 23), Mary Storey (dil - 23), William C Storey (grson - 1&9/12), Francis P Marcil (son - 13), Julia A Marcil (dau - 11), Helen R Marcil (dau - 10), and Albert G Latendress (roomer - 29), residing at 274 Auburn Avenue, Worcester, where Helen A was widowed, rented her home for $40/month and did not have a radio.3 She appeared on the 1940 federal census of Worcester Co, Massachusetts, enumerated 2 April 1940. Household: Helen Marcel (60), Julia Rio (dau - 21), and Gloria Rio (grdau - 2), residing at 54 Beacon Street, Worcester, where Helen was widowed, rented her home for $16/month, had lived in the same place since 1935, and had completed four years of high school.8

Children of Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe and Charles Winget Stoy

Children of Agnes Anastasia O'Keefe and Pasquale Giuseppi Masciarelli

Citations

  1. Charles Stoy and Agnes Keefe, marriage certificate, no. 10813 (7 Jul 1898), New York City Department of Health, Division of Vital Records, New York City . Copy obtained December 2003.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, Manhattan Borough, enumeration district (ED) 31-637, page/sheet 68A/1A, dwelling 4, family 13, Charles Stoy household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1562.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Worcester County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Worcester, enumeration district (ED) 14-20, page/sheet 42A/22A, dwelling 209, family 256, Helen A Marcil household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 968.
  4. 1900 U. S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, Manhattan, enumeration district (ED) 811, page/sheet 228B/4B, dwelling 9, family 91, Charles Stoy household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1117.
  5. 1905 New York state census, New York County, population schedule, Manhattan, p. 37, line 40-43, Charles Stoy household; digital image, Familysearch.org (http://www.Familysearch.org : accessed on various dates); citing New York Secretary of State, New York State census 1905; New York County Courts, New York.
  6. 1910 U. S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, Manhattan, enumeration district (ED) 1089, page/sheet 239A/3A, dwelling 10, family 41, Chas Stoy household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1041.
  7. 1920 U. S. Census, Hampden County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Holyoke, enumeration district (ED) 65, page/sheet 250B/3B, dwelling 13, family 76, Masearella Pasqual household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 700.
  8. 1940 U. S. Census, Worcester County, Massachusetts, population schedule, Worcester, enumeration district (ED) 23-69, page/sheet 842A/1A, household #10, Helen Marcel household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T627, roll 1714.
  9. The Worcester Directory, Massachusetts for the Year Ending February 1928 (Worcester, Massachusetts: Sampson & Murdock Company, 1928), 909; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2469 : accessed 21 Jan 2013).
  10. "Obituary: Julia A Rio," Worcester (Massachusetts) Telegram & Gazette, 21 Jul 1999, B5; database and transcription, ObitsArchive.com (http://www.obitsarchive.com : accessed 20 Jan 2013), Julia A Rio.
  11. "Obituary: Julia A Rio," Worcester (Massachusetts) Telegram & Gazette, 21 Jul 1999, B5; database and transcription, ObitsArchive.com (http://www.obitsarchive.com : accessed 20 Jan 2013), Helen R Marcel.

Edmund O'Keefe

Last Edited=22 Jan 2013
     Edmund O'Keefe married Ellen Agnes Lyons.1

Child of Edmund O'Keefe and Ellen Agnes Lyons

Citations

  1. Charles Stoy and Agnes Keefe, marriage certificate, no. 10813 (7 Jul 1898), New York City Department of Health, Division of Vital Records, New York City . Copy obtained December 2003.

Agnes O'Meara

Last Edited=12 Jul 2012
     Agnes O'Meara married James Gordon Simmons, son of William Glenn Simmons and Martha Jane "Jennie" Park.1

Citations

  1. "Center Family Tree," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed Jul 2008). [W Center, wcenter@aol.com; no source information provided; updated 21 Sep 2007].

Andrew J O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Andrew J O'Neal was born between 1843 and 1844 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     Andrew J O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in his parent's household; he was a farm laborer.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.

Geo W O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Geo W O'Neal was born between 1840 and 1841 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
YearLocation
1850Monroe Co, Tennessee1
     Geo W O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.

James J O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     James J O'Neal was born between 1834 and 1835 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
YearLocation
1850Monroe Co, Tennessee1
     James J O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.

John H O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     John H O'Neal was born between 1844 and 1845 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     John H O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in his parent's household; he was a farm laborer.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.

John S O'Neal

Last Edited=1 Feb 2007
     John S O'Neal was born between 1808 and 1809 in Kentucky.1 He married Elizabeth Kindrick, daughter of Robert Kindrick and Francis "Franky" Rudd.
     John S O'Neal appeared on the 1840 federal census of Polk Co, Tennessee, on census date 1 Jun 1840. Household of John S Oneal: three males <5, two males 5-10, one male 30-40 (John S), one female <5, two females 5-10, one female 10-15 and one female 20-30 with two people engaged in agriculture.2

John S O'Neal was mentioned in the following event: William Rudd filed a settlement of the estate of Thomas Rudd on 15 Dec 1842, McMinn County Court. The following were named as heirs: John O'Neal, Joseph H Rudd, John Rudd, and Meeny Rudd.4,5 John O'Neal and wife Betsy of Polk County were summoned in a court case originated by Mina J Rudd in Mar 1845.4

John S O'Neal was mentioned in the following event:

On 15 Oct 1847 Wm Rudd filed a settlement account for the estate of Herod Rudd. In it, the following heirs were named: Joseph Rudd, Mina J Rudd, John Rudd, Wm Rudd, John S Oneal (agent of R Kendricks heirs), Wm Cowden, Parker Hood, Alexander Hood, Jas H Hadon, and Solomon Kelly.6
He appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, enumerated 16 August 1850. Household: John S Oneal (41), Elizabeth (37), William H (20), James J (15), Manerva (13), Richard J (12), Martin V (10), Geo W (9), Andrew J (6), John H (5), Martha C (2), and Robt N (7/12), residing in the 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district where John S was a merchant.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, enumerated 3 August 1860. Household: John S Oneill (52), Elisabeth (49), Richard M (22), Martin V (20), Andrew J (17), John H (15), Robert N (10), and Margarett (6), residing in militia district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], where John S was a farmer, had real estate valued at $9500 and personal property at $10,600 - they lived 4 dwellings from Thomas Kindrick, his brother-in-law.3

Children of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.
  2. 1840 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, Eastern district, p. 5B, line 8, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 535.
  3. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.
  4. "Chancery Court Depositions, Number 269", Nov 1844, Monroe County Courthouse, Madisonville, Tennessee; Viewed as microfilm 956,255 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  5. McMinn County, Tennessee, Will Book D: 130-1, settlement of estate of Thomas Rudd, 15 Dec 1842; FHL microfilm 830,194.
  6. McMinn County, Tennessee, Will Book D: 487, settlement of estate of Herod Rudd, 15 Oct 1847; FHL microfilm 830,194.
  7. 1870 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, militia district 1011, Spring Place post office, p. 542B, dwelling 76, family 76, Elizabeth Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 167.

Manerva O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Manerva O'Neal was born between 1836 and 1837 in Tennessee.1 She was the daughter of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
YearLocation
1850Monroe Co, Tennessee1
     Manerva O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in her parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.

Margaret J O'Neal

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Margaret J O'Neal was born between 1853 and 1854 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     Margaret J O'Neal appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1870 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in her mother's household; she was a farm laborer.2

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.
  2. 1870 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, militia district 1011, Spring Place post office, p. 542B, dwelling 76, family 76, Elizabeth Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 167.

Martha C O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Martha C O'Neal was born between 1847 and 1848 in Tennessee.1 She was the daughter of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
YearLocation
1850Monroe Co, Tennessee1
     Martha C O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in her parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.

Martin V O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Martin V O'Neal was born between 1839 and 1840 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     Martin V O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in his parent's household; he was a farm laborer.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.

Richard M O'Neal

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Richard M O'Neal was born between 1837 and 1838 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     Richard M O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in his parent's household; he was a farm laborer.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.

Robert N O'Neal

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Robert N O'Neal was born in November 1849 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     Robert N O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in his parent's household.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, military district 1011, Conasauga post office[Gilmer County, Georgia], p. 113, dwelling 803, family 759, John S Oneill household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 132.

Roxanna O'Neal

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     Roxanna O'Neal was born between 1856 and 1857 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
     Roxanna may have been adopted - she did not appear with the family in the 1860 census but several dwellings from the O'Neal family was the Fout family with five women and one named Roxanna E, age 3. More proof is needed. Roxanna O'Neal appeared on the 1870 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in her mother's household.1 She appeared on the 1880 federal census of Murray Co, Georgia, in her mother's household.2

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, militia district 1011, Spring Place post office, p. 542B, dwelling 76, family 76, Elizabeth Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 167.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Murray County, Georgia, population schedule, militia district 1011, Alacusa, enumeration district (ED) 155, p. 473A, dwelling 96, family 100, Elisabeth Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 159.

William H O'Neal1

Last Edited=21 Jan 2007
     William H O'Neal was born between 1829 and 1830 in Tennessee.1 He was the son of John S O'Neal and Elizabeth Kindrick.1
YearLocation
1850Monroe Co, Tennessee1
     William H O'Neal appeared on the 1850 federal census of Monroe Co, Tennessee, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule, 25th subdivision of East Tennessee, 2nd civil district, p. 212A and 212B, dwelling 284, family 288, John S Oneal household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 892.

[-?-] O'Riley

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     [-?-] O'Riley married Helen E Rutter, daughter of Levan Adams Rutter and Maude R Wortman.1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Leven Adams Rutter," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 23 May 1960; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service).

Virginia A Oakes

Last Edited=31 Jul 2007
     Virginia A Oakes was born in November 1852 in Georgia.1 She married William Henry Clay Alley, son of William Coleman Alley and Nancy L Dooley.2 Virginia A Oakes died in 1919 in Georgia.3
     Virginia A Oakes appeared on the 1880 federal census of Habersham Co, Georgia, in the household of William Henry Clay Alley.2 Virginia A Oakes appeared on the 1900 federal census of White Co, Georgia, in the household of William Henry Clay Alley; two of her three children were alive in 1900.1

Children of Virginia A Oakes and William Henry Clay Alley

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, White County, Georgia, population schedule, Nacoochee district, enumeration district (ED) 132, page/sheet 10B/10B, dwelling 174, family 177, William H Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 228.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Habersham County, Georgia, population schedule, Clarkesville district, enumeration district (ED) 128, p. 616B, dwelling 118, family 121, William H Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 150.
  3. "Descendents of John Goss," family-tree database (http://oldpend2.homestead.com/files/goss/gosx2.htm : accessed Feb 2004), entry for descendants of W H C Alley. [No author listed, no update listed, no address listed - no sources stated].

Lisa Mae Oatman

Last Edited=31 May 2009

Child of Lisa Mae Oatman and Dale Alan Cayler

Citations

  1. "Minnesota Birth Index 1935-2002," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 30 May 2009), entry for Shauntane Mae Cayler. Original data: Minnesota. Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002. Minneapolis, MN, USA: Minnesota Department of Health..

John Oatyer1

Last Edited=16 May 2014
     John Oatyer was born 10 October 1772 likely in Hunterdon Co, Province of New Jersey.2,3,4,5 He was the son of Peter Oatyer and Anna Maria "Mary" Becher.6 John Oatyer was baptized 23 May 1773 in the German Reformed Church of Alexandria, Alexandria Township, Hunterdon Co, Province of New Jersey, (witnesses were John Becher and Elis Becher, grandparents of John's mother).5,4 He died circa August 1800 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.7,8 He was buried likely in Etcher Family Cemetery, Loudoun Co, Virginia, and appeared, mistakenly, in the cemetery records named as Peter Etcher.9
      John Oatyer was also known as Johannes Oettgen although this is likely a transcription error and should have been Johannes Oettyer.4,5



John Oatyer was also known as John Etcher.



John Oatyer was mentioned in the following event: Peter Oatyer bought 67 acres in Loudoun County from George Lee 4 May 1798 for 134 pounds, 19 shillings. Witnesses were Adam Caylor, John Etcher, Wm H Harding, and Wm Veale.10

On 9 Sep 1800, Peter Atcher, Adam Calor and Samuel Adams were bonded to perform an inventory of the goods of John Atcher [see also Loudoun County Fiduciary Record - copy in possession of R Stoy].11 The inventory and account of sales for John Oatyer of Loudoun County, 12 Jan 1801, reveals limited possessions but he must have worked with bees because of the six bee hives that were disposed of. Key names of several purchasers of his goods were Peter Atcher (his father, who was also administrator) and Ruth Etcher, who bought a bee swarm and two small books. Ruth was likely John's wife as one of his grandchildren was named "Ruth Ann Etcher". Ruth may have been a "Caylor" because of the naming of another grandchild "James Caylor Etcher" - there is no evidence supporting this possibility.12,13 "Peter Etcher" [John's father] was the administrator for the settlement of the estate of John Etcher 9 Sep 1805 in Loudoun County.8

Child of John Oatyer

Citations

  1. Peter Oatyar will (23 Feb 1829), Will Book V: John Oatyer is mentioned in Peter's will as having pre-deceased Peter before 23 Feb 1829, Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Leesburg Township, enumeration district (ED) 373B, p. 118, dwelling 119, family 20 of 30, Jefferson Spring household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1375.
  3. "File Research Report: Oettgen of Hunterdon County, New Jersey", Robert L Stoy Jr, 2 Nov 2008; R Stoy Genealogy Binders - Oatyar, Aliso Viejo, California.
  4. Henry Race, "Parish Register of The German Reformed Church of Alexandria, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1763-1802," The Jerseyman 3 (June 1897): 44.
  5. Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Church Records of the German Reformed Church, of Alexandria Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey: 19; Film No. 441,466, item 2, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. The baptism register was abstracted by John Woolf Jordan (1840-1921) and was filmed 25 Aug 1965 by the Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; the manuscript was not located at HSP during a search Nov 2008.
  6. Peter Oatyar will (23 Feb 1829), Will Book V: 204-9, Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  7. Peter Oatyar will (23 Feb 1829), Will Book V, Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  8. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 60.
  9. "Loudoun County Cemetery Database," database, Town of Leesburg Virginia (http://www.leesburgva.gov/services/library/online/ : accessed 17 Jul 2007), entry for Peter Etcher.
  10. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books A-Z, 1757-1800 (Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2006), 351.
  11. Loudoun County, Virginia, Court Order Book U: 26, Peter Atcher, 9 Sep 1800; FHL microfilm 32,354.
  12. Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records: Loudoun County, Virginia Wills, 1791-1800 (taken from Will Book F, 1797-1802, pp. 1-150) (McLean, Virginia: The Antient Press, 2000), 46-7.
  13. Loudoun County, Virginia, Will Book F: 218-20, inventory and account of sales for estate of John Oatyer, 12 Jan 1801; FHL microfilm 32,276.

Peter Oatyer

Peter Oatyar Obituary
Promissory note of Slack to Caylor with Oatyar witnessing - 1805
Last Edited=29 Jun 2014
     Peter Oatyer was born 1 August 1751 in Province of New Jersey (1 Aug 1751 and New Jersey were both stated in Peter's obituary but this is unsupported by direct evidence. A biographical source states he and his wife came from Germany - so far unsupported, but this appears likely).1,2 He married Anna Maria "Mary" Becher, daughter of John Becher and Elizabeth [-?-], circa 1772.3,4 Peter Oatyer died 1 May 1834 in Loudoun Co, Virginia, at age 82.5,1 He was buried in Hillside - Broad Run Cemetery, near Waxpool, Loudoun Co, Virginia.6,7
     Peter Oatyer was mentioned in the following event: (an unknown value).

Peter Oatyer was also known as Johannes Peter Oettgen.11,3



The spellings Oatyer, Oatyar, Etcher (used by his children, for the most part) and Atcher have been observed, along with other inventive, and likely phonetic, spellings such as Eytcher.

A link to Peter can be found in an account book of John Mehelm (1733-1809) and Sydney Berry (1745-1820), merchants of Hunterdon County, New Jersey. An entry for "George Eytcher" appeared as "1772, Aug 1 - ballance from Ledr A, Fol 100, 7-14-4." On August 1, 1773 interest was charged with a new total of 8-4-4. A George Atcher/Aytcher appeared in the Loudoun County personal property tax lists from 1782-1787 and lived in the same area as Peter.12 He witnessed the baptism of John Oatyer 23 May 1773 in the German Reformed Church of Alexandria, Alexandria Township, Hunterdon Co, Province of New Jersey.11,3

He first appeared in the tithables list for Cameron Parish, Loudoun County in July 1775.13

Peter's signature appeared on a large petition to end the established church in Virginia 16 Oct 1776.14

He also appeared in the tithables list for Cameron Parish in 1778 and was listed adjacent to Peter Baker. Peter Baker was also listed in 1777 but Peter Oatyar did not appear that year - this is the earliest listing for Peter Baker, who may be a relation of Mary, Peter Oatyar's wife.15

Peter Oatyar of Loudoun purchased 247 acres of land in Shenandoah County Virginia on 31 Aug 1779 with the grant given by Thomas Lord Fairfax. Place names mentioned include Little Stoney Creek, North Mountain and Poplar Spring.16 Two indentures were recorded for the sale of land by Robert McClain and his wife to Peter Oatyar on 11 & 12 Aug 1780 - 100 acres changed hands for the amount of 1600 pounds.17 Peter Oatyer of Loudoun purchased 100 acres for 70 pounds from Thomas and Sarah Hawkins of Loudoun on 25 Feb 1785. This was part of a tract granted by Thomas Lord Fairfax to William Sturman (Foxwell Sturman was heir at law), transferred to Kitchen Primm, then to John Piles and then to Thomas Hawkins.18 Peter witnessed a bill of sale in Loudoun County by John Davis of Loudoun for the sale of horses, heifers, sheep, etc to John's sons on 12 May 1785.19 Peter Oayer was plaintiff and John Starks the defendant in a court case in Loudoun County heard 7 Jul 1787. Starks failed to plead and judgment was granted to Oatyer for 30 pounds plus costs. The subject of the dispute was not stated.20 Peter Oatyer was named in the will of John Becher as husband of daughter Mary 3 January 1793 in Hunterdon Co, New Jersey.21

John Piles of Loudoun sold 121 acres to Peter in 1796 near land Peter already owned in Loudoun. There was a dispute between Peter and John on the boundaries at a later time.22,23 Peter Oatyer bought 67 acres in Loudoun County from George Lee 4 May 1798 for 134 pounds, 19 shillings. Witnesses were Adam Caylor, John Etcher, Wm H Harding, and Wm Veale.24 In 1800 Peter was plaintiff in a court suit against Jacob and John Howser - cause unknown. The court order payment of 5 pounds with interest from 1 Jan 1800 by Jacob and John.25 Peter was an appraiser for the estate of William Snider 14 Apr 1800, along with Matthias Dawson.26

Peter Oatyer was mentioned in the following event:

On 9 Sep 1800, Peter Atcher, Adam Calor and Samuel Adams were bonded to perform an inventory of the goods of John Atcher [see also Loudoun County Fiduciary Record - copy in possession of R Stoy].27


Peter Oatyar wrote a letter to the Loudoun County Court on 12 Oct 1801 asking that Ann Morgan's son Albert, who was five on 16 Aug 1801, be bound to Jacob Caylor. Ann's surname was Wright when she had Albert and his father's surname was Beshirs. Albert was clearly born out of wedlock and Peter must have felt he had some obligation to help Ann, but for what reason? There were a number of Brashears/Breshears/Barshers in Loudoun at the time.28

David and Pamela Davis sold 71 acres and 21 acres to Peter Oatyer of Loudoun - the deed was recorded in court 10 May 1802.29 Peter and his wife Mary (both of Loudoun County) sold their 247-acre tract of land in Shenandoah Co Virginia to Abraham Barb (of Shenandoah County) on 3 May 1802 for 300 pounds. There were no witnesses listed and the deed was recorded 13 Sep 1802.30,31 George Lee and Evelyn Byrd sold 153 acres to Peter Oatyar in 1802. Witnesses included Cornelius Atcher, David Poole, Mathias Shry, Thos Lud Lee and Ludwell Lee and the deed was recorded in court 13 Sep 1802.32 Peter Oatyer was plaintiff and George Jones defendant Feb 1803 in Loudoun County Court. Case discontinued with defendant paying costs - subject not stated.33 Peter Atcher was plaintiff and Thomas Williamson Defendant in a court case during the Jun-Aug 1803 term. The case was discontinued - subject not stated.34 He was an appraiser of the estate of Mrs Mary West 14 Sep 1803, as was John Lewis.35 Peter was a member of a panel in Dec 1803 to assess damages to several farmers for the Little River Turnpike [now Route 50] running through their farms. Also on the panel was Jos Blincoe.36

George Grimes (born 14 Jan 1790) lived in the Aldie-Middleburg area during the 1810 census and was buried at the Goose Creek Friends burying grounds in 1840. In a family history his son stated "My father, George Grimes, being pretty well grown, did not accompany the family to Ohio. After leaving his mother's home, he found a friend in the person of one Peter Atcher, a wealthy German farmer and stock raiser, who was noted particularly as a breeder of fine horses. He remained with him during his minority after which he found his way up into Loudoun County, and lived among the Friends or Quakers. This was called the Goose Creek Settlement of Friends, and the meeting house is about six miles west of Leesburg, the county seat of Loudoun County."37

Peter Oatyar witnessed a note prepared and signed by Tunis Slack: "I promise to pay for Adam Cayler thirty Dollars on the first Day of December insuing this date for vallue received as witness my hand and seal this 9th day of November 1805
teste Tunis Slack [seal]
Peter Oatyar"
On the reverse was written:
"Slack to Bredwell
[?]
Jas Bredwell
Blincoe
P Oyter to pay
tax paid"
Adam Caylor had left Loudoun County about this time for Ohio and the note suggests that Tunis Slack paid money to James Bridwell [brother-in-law of Adam Caylor and current resident of Loudoun County] with [Joseph] Bincoe and Peter Oatyer participating in some way. Bridwell and Caylor were sons-in-law of Oatyer - Bridwell followed Caylor to Ohio several years later.38

Peter Oatyar was a witness to the sale of land by Thomas Ludwell Lee and his wife, Fanny Lee, in July 1808. Thomas sold about 700 acres, known as Berry-Hill, on the bank of Potomac Run in Stafford County to James Hore of Stafford County. The Thomas Lee family (ancestor of Thomas Ludwell Lee) owned several thousand acres on both banks of Broad Run, Loudoun County, in the early and mid 1700s and this would make Thomas Ludwell Lee and Peter large landowners in the same area so they should have known each other.39 He witnessed the inventory of Christopher Houser 20 June 1807 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.40 Peter Oatyer of Loudoun sold 71 acres to Colley McAttee of Loudoun in 1807. It was subject to a lease for life for Elizabeth and Catharine Schry. The deed was recorded in court 14 Dec 1807 and the witness was Saml M Edwards (who also witnessed Peter's will in 1829).41 Fanny Lee, executrix of estate of Thomas Ludwell Lee, sold 416 acres to Peter Oatyer of Loudoun 9 May 1808. The land was adjacent to that of Hugh Caldwell.42

Peter Oatyer appeared on the 1810 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 6 Aug 1810. Household of Peter Etcher: one male >45 and one female >45, with three people engaged in agriculture.8 Peter Oatyer purchased the Broad Run Church Tract of 362 acres, 3 rods and 11 perches for $1810 on 4 Mar 1811. The land was bounded by the church road, the church spring branch, Oatyar's existing property, and John Moffett's property.43

Peter, Mary Mills and Peter Snyder were appraisers of the estate of John Mills 14 Oct 1811.44 He was listed as a property owner in 1815 with two properties, one on Broad Run Church road at "Great Creek," eight miles southeast of Leesburg and the other north of Goose Creek, four miles south of Leesburg.45 He was listed as a purchaser in the sale of goods from the estate of George Miller on 9 Mar 1815.46 He was listed as an appraiser for the estate of Adam Havener 9 Dec 1815, along with Thos Muse and Michael Howser.46

In 1820 the Directors of the Leesburg Turnpike wanted to condemn necessary land to make the turnpike pass through the property of Thomas H Muse. The sheriff formed a committee of 12 men including Peter Oatyar and William Lafeber to meet on Muse's land and decide on the extent of damage to Muse - they decided $90 was due Muse for damages, which was paid 1 Jul 1820.47

Peter Oatyer appeared on the 1820 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 7 Aug 1820. Household of Peter Oatyer: one male >45 (Peter), smudged mark in column for female 26-45, one female >45, one male slave under 10, two male slaves 26-45, and one female slave 14-20 with three people engaged in agriculture.9

Peter Oatyer was mentioned in the following event: On 15 Oct 1822, Westly Jenkins & wife Nancy of Loudoun sold to Benjamin Shreve an undivided interest in the lands of Josiah Moffett Jr (father of Nancy) on Secolin Run adjacent to Peter Oatyar.48

On 24 Jan 1823 in Loudoun County, there was a sale of the property of James Frazer - among the purchasers were Wm Lefever, Peter Oatyer Jr and Sr, and Alexander Lyon.49

Peter Oatyer left a will 23 February 1829 in Loudoun Co, Virginia, (transcription available) (witnesses were Benjamin Davis, Samuel M Edwards, E G Hamilton, and Richard H Henderson).50

Peter Oatyer appeared on the 1830 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 1 Jun 1830. Household of Peter Oatyar: one male 70-80 and one female 80-90, residing in Cameron Parish. There were also five slaves in the household, three male and two female.10

There were two codicils to Peter Oatyer's will, the first dated 2 May 1832 declared William Lafaber, son-in-law, to be executor and the second on 5 Aug 1833 stated that Jno M Wilson was to be executor since Wm Lafaber was not able to perform as executor.51

Peter Oatyer was mentioned in the following event: A settlement accounting of Walker Muse's estate took place 6 Aug 1832 with Peter Oatyar as the administrator. It was recorded in court 8 Oct 1832.52

His obituary stated: "On the 1st inst a few miles from Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, Mr Peter Oatyar, aged 82 years and 9 months. The deceased was born in New Jersey August 1, 1751, and soon after his marriage removed to this county, in a state of abject poverty – Such, however, was his industry and economy, that he accumulated a very large estate, being, at the time of his death, in possession of more than 3000 acres of land in Loudoun, with much other property, and large sums of cash on interest. The deceased was baptized, by the Rev William Gilmore, when he was about 80 years of age and lived a respectable member of the Baptist Church in Leesburg, about 3 years – He attended the last meeting but one before his death – The disease of which he died, seized upon him on Monday immediately previous to his dissolution; when, contrary to his usual practice, he refused to send for a physician, saying that his time had come – He continued to walk about his house and premises until Thursday, the 1st inst, and was upon his feet within 10 minutes of his death – five minutes before which he set upon the side of his bed, and said – “Oh! Death! Where is thy sting! – Oh! Grave! Where is thy victory! – Death has lost its terror to me!” – He then laid down, and in three or four minutes, without a sign, groan, or struggle, fell asleep in death, as the writer of this believes, in the arms of Jesus. Mr Oatyar has been a widower for more than three years – He has left children, many grandchildren, and offspring of the fourth generation, to mourn their bereavement."1

Peter's property - horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, farming utensils, grain in the ground, hay in stack, corn, buckwheat, household and kitchen utensils - was sold at public auction 27 May 1834 by John M Wilson, executor. Cash was required for items less than $5 and a credit of 12 months was allowed for other items. Peter's house and garden were for rent for the remainder of 1834 and people were to apply to James Caylor if interested.53 There was a settlement and accounting of Peter's estate on 9 May 1836, carried out by executor John M Wilson. There were further settlements recorded over the period Feb 1856 - Apr 1869.54,55

Children of Peter Oatyer and Anna Maria "Mary" Becher

Citations

  1. "Death Notice Peter Oatyar," Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, Virginia, 10 May 1834.
  2. E. Tucker, History of Randolph County, Indiana, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers, to Which are Appended Maps of its Several Townships (Chicago: A. L. Kingman, 1882), 501.
  3. Henry Race, "Parish Register of The German Reformed Church of Alexandria, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1763-1802," The Jerseyman 3 (June 1897): 44.
  4. "Birth, Marriage, Death Dates for Descendents of Oatyer-Maffett Marriage", Goldie Maffett, unknown date, received by Ann Arnold Hennings from Joyce Rash Nov 2000; photocopy in possession of Robert Stoy Jun 2005; notation on document is "from Miss Goldie Maffett." Joyce rash confirmed in Jan 2008 that record is from Mt Hope Church.
  5. Peter Oatyer tombstone, Broad Run Cemetery, Loudoun County, Virginia; photographed by Robert Stoy, July 2000.
  6. Thomas H Balch Library Staff, Cemetery Records: Broad Run Church / Hillside, Loudoun Co Virginia (Leesburg, Virginia: Thomas H Balch Library).
  7. "Headstones at Broad Run Cemetery, Loudoun Co Virginia", Jul 2000, Robert Stoy (Aliso Viejo, California); R Stoy Genealogy Library, Aliso Viejo, California.
  8. 1810 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, p. 257, line 8, Peter Etcher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M252, roll 69.
  9. 1820 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, p. 124, line 34, Peter Oatyer household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 137.
  10. 1830 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Cameron Parish, p. 7B, line 19, Peter Oatyar household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 193.
  11. Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Church Records of the German Reformed Church, of Alexandria Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey: 19; Film No. 441,466, item 2, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. The baptism register was abstracted by John Woolf Jordan (1840-1921) and was filmed 25 Aug 1965 by the Genealogical Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; the manuscript was not located at HSP during a search Nov 2008.
  12. "Account Book 1772-1774", John Mehelm and Sidney Berry, 1772, Manuscript Group 847; New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, 210.
  13. Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Tithables, Loudoun County, Virginia Vol. 3: 1775-1781 (McLean, Virginia: The Antient Press, 1992), 23.
  14. "October 16, 1776, Miscellaneous, Ten-thousand Name Petition by Dissenters from Whole State, for Ending Established Church, and for Institution of Religious Equality," digital images, Library of Congress - American Memory (http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/browse/ : accessed 6 Jan 2014), entry for Peter Oatyar, image 221 of 250, column one, middle of page. Original at Library of Virginia.
  15. Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Tithables, Loudoun County, Virginia Vol. 3: 1775-1781 (McLean, Virginia: The Antient Press, 1992), 56.
  16. "Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys," database, Library of Virginia (http://www.lvalib.va.us/whatwehave/land/index.htm : accessed Jul 2002), entry for Peter Oatyer.
  17. Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records: Deed Abstracts of Loudoun County, Virginia 1779-1782 (part of Loudoun County Deed Book N 1779-1784) (McLean, Virginia: The Antient Press, 1990), 45-7.
  18. Loudoun County, Virginia, Deed Book V: 148-150, Peter Oatyer entry, 25 Feb 1785; Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  19. Loudoun County, Virginia, Deeds, Vol P: 45, John Davis entry, 12 May 1785; FHL microfilm 32,304.
  20. Loudoun County, Virginia, Common Law Order Books, Vol 1: 63, Peter Oayer v. John Starks, 7 Jul 1787; FHL microfilm 1,993,688, item 1.
  21. John Baker will (3 Jan 1793), Will Book 39, pg 280, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton.
  22. Loudoun County, Virginia, Deed Book, Vol. X: 188, John Piles entry, 1796; Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  23. Loudoun County, Virginia, Deed Book, Vol. X: 320, Peter Oatyer entry, 1796; Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  24. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books A-Z, 1757-1800 (Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2006), 351.
  25. Loudoun County, Virginia, Court Order Book T: 380, Peter Oatyer v. Jacob & John Howser, 1800; FHL microfilm 32,353.
  26. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 45.
  27. Loudoun County, Virginia, Court Order Book U: 26, Peter Atcher, 9 Sep 1800; FHL microfilm 32,354.
  28. "Letter by Peter Oatyar to Loudoun Court for Binding of Ann Morgan's Son to Jacob Caylor", Peter Oatyar, 12 Oct 1801, manuscript, unknown file number; Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  29. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books 2A-2M, 1800-1810 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2003), p 157.
  30. Amelia C Gilreath, compiler and abstracter, Shenandoah County, Virginia: Deed Book Series, Volume 4 - Combination Minute Book 1774-1780 and Deed Books M and N 1784-1792 (Westminister, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002).
  31. Shenandoah County, Virginia, Deed Book, Vol N: 118-19, Peter Oatyar entry, 3 May 1802; FHL microfilm 33,893.
  32. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books 2A-2M, 1800-1810 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2003), 47.
  33. Loudoun County, Virginia, Common Law Order Books, Vol 2: 205, Peter Oatyer v. George Jones, Feb 1803; FHL microfilm 1,993,688, item 2.
  34. Loudoun County, Virginia, Common Law Order Books, Vol 2: 217, Peter Atcher v. Thomas Williamson, Jun-Aug 1803; FHL microfilm 1,993,688, item 2.
  35. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 54.
  36. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books 2A-2M, 1800-1810 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2003), p 82.
  37. Mary A Grimes, The Grimes Family (Minneapolis, Minnesota: Land Press, 1946), 3-4; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 1 Jun 2006).
  38. Dave O' Conner, "Promissory Note - Slack to Cayler," e-mail message from oconndjarl@aol.com to Robert Stoy, 26 May 2014. Copied from Loudoun Court Order Book Y, p. 345.
  39. Ruth & Sam Sparacio, compiler, Virginia County Court Records: Deed & Will Abstracts of Stafford County, Virginia 1810-1813 (McLean, Virginia: The Antient Press, 1992), 46-7.
  40. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 68.
  41. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books 2A-2M, 1800-1810 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2003), 184.
  42. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books 2A-2M, 1800-1810 (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2003), p 198.
  43. Loudoun County, Virginia, Deed Book, Vol. 2-N: 75-7, Charles Lewis and Thomas Swann entry, 14 Mar 1811; Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  44. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 80.
  45. Roger G Ward, 1815 Directory of Virginia Landowners & Gazetter, Volume 4: Northern Region (Athens, Georgia: Iberian Publishing Company, 1999), 114 & 115.
  46. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 94.
  47. Loudoun County, Virginia, Loudoun County Road Cases: -, Directors of Leesburg Turnpike, 1 Jul 1820; Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  48. Patricia B Duncan, compiler, Index to Loudoun County Virginia Land Deed Books 3E-3M, 1822-1826 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2006), 41.
  49. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 123.
  50. Peter Oatyar will (23 Feb 1829), Will Book V: 204-9, Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  51. Peter Oatyar will (23 Feb 1829), Will Book V, Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  52. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 168.
  53. "Public Sale," (Leesburg, Virginia) Genius of Liberty, 17 May 1834.
  54. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books A-Z Dec 1757 - Jun 1841 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 182.
  55. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County Virginia Will Book Abstracts, Books 2A-3C, Jun 1841-Dec 1879 and Superior Court Books A and B 1810-1888 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2001), 133-134.
  56. John Vogt and T William Kethley, Loudoun County Marriages, 1760-1850 (Athens, Georgia: Iberian Publishing Co, 1985), 284.

Susanna Oatyer

Last Edited=29 Jul 2013
     Susanna Oatyer was born between 1774 and 1775 in Virginia Colony.1 She was the daughter of Peter Oatyer and Anna Maria "Mary" Becher. Susanna Oatyer married Adam Caylor, son of Jocab Kalor and Barbary [-?-], circa 1797.2,3 Susanna Oatyer died likely between October 1850 and May 1860 (she did not appear in the 1860 census).
YearLocation
1850Fayette Co, Ohio1
     Susanna Oatyer was named in the will of Peter Oatyer as his daughter and wife of (-?-) Caylor 23 February 1829 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.4 Susanna Oatyer appeared on the 1850 federal census of Fayette Co, Ohio, in the household of Jacob Wright, her son-in-law.1

Children of Susanna Oatyer and Adam Caylor

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Concord Township, p. 133A, dwelling 1009, family 1009, Jacob Wright household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 678.
  2. Ross County, Ohio, Deeds, 20: 4, Adam Caylor entry, 12 Jun 1820; FHL microfilm 340,465.
  3. "Event List - Adam Caylor", Robert Stoy, Nov 2007, Evidence Analysis Memo to File; R Stoy Genealogy Binders - Caylor, Aliso Viejo, California.
  4. Peter Oatyar will (23 Feb 1829), Will Book V: 204-9, Loudoun County Archives, Leesburg, Virginia.
  5. Ross County Genealogical Society, Ross County, Ohio Early Families (Apollo, Pennsylvania: Closson Press, 1998), 62.
  6. Adam Caylor will (7 Oct 1838), Fayette County Record of Wills, Vol. A 1828-1838, Fayette County Records & Archives Center, Washington Court House, Ohio.

Edith M Ogburn

Last Edited=25 Oct 2006
     Edith M Ogburn was born between 1893 and 1894 in Iowa.1 She married Maurice Charles Price, son of Charles Price and Virginia McFarland, between 1918 and 1919.2
     Edith M Ogburn appeared on the 1920 federal census of Natrona Co, Wyoming, in the household of Maurice Charles Price.1 Edith M Ogburn appeared on the 1930 federal census of Natrona Co, Wyoming, in the household of Maurice Charles Price.2

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Natrona County, Wyoming, population schedule, Casper city, enumeration district (ED) 75, page/sheet 81B/29B, dwelling 616, family 714, Morris C Price household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 2028.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Natrona County, Wyoming, population schedule, Casper, enumeration district (ED) 13-9, page/sheet 125B/20B, dwelling 445, family 535, Maurice C Price household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2624.

Nora Oliver

Last Edited=3 Feb 2008
     Nora Oliver was born 24 January 1876 in Virginia.1,2 She married James Edward Lyons, son of John G Lyons and Lydia A [-?-], between 1898 and 1899.1 Nora Oliver died 25 November 1910 at age 34.2 She was buried in Andrew Chapel Cemetery, Vienna, Fairfax Co, Virginia.2
YearLocation
1910Fairfax Co, Virginia1
     Nora Oliver appeared on the 1910 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in the household of James Edward Lyons; all four of her children were alive in 1910.1

Children of Nora Oliver and James Edward Lyons

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Providence district, enumeration district (ED) 36, page/sheet 174B/5B, dwelling 83, family 85, J E Lyons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1628.
  2. Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County, Virginia Gravestones, Volume I, Northern Section: Great Falls, McLean, Oakton, Vienna, and Surrounding Areas (Merrifield, Virginia: Fairfax Genealogical Society, 1994), VN-30.

Willard Oliver

Last Edited=31 Jan 2011
     Willard Oliver was born 16 September 1898 in Virginia.1,2,3 He was the son of Carrie Leona [-?-].2 Willard Oliver and Mildred Irene Stoy obtained a marriage license 17 June 1926 in Washington, DC.4 Willard Oliver died 27 May 1991 at age 92 (last residence was McLean, Fairfax County, Virginia).1 He was buried in Andrew Chapel Cemetery, Vienna, Fairfax Co, Virginia.5
YearLocation
1930Fairfax Co, Virginia3
     Willard Oliver registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 12 September 1918 in Fairfax Co, Virginia, where he lived in Vienna and worked as a mechanic for the Harper Overland Company on Connecticut Avenue, Washington DC. He named his mother, Carrie Leona Oliver, as nearest relative. He was of medium height, slender build, had blue eyes and light brown hair.2 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in the household of John Kenyon Berry, his brother-in-law; he worked as a mechanic at an auto repair shop.3 An item in The Washington Post on 12 Apr 1934 stated: "Mrs Willard Oliver entertained the members of the Andrew Chapel Society Wednesday evening."6

Willard Oliver was mentioned in the following event: Mrs John Berry hosted a shower on 11 Apr 1936 in honor of Miss Sarah Day whose father, Faust Day, had announced her engagement to Dr Mark K Poole.7 His Social Security Number was 578-01-4888, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.1 He was mentioned in the obituary of Mildred Irene Stoy 4 November 1981.8

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 23 Aug 2005), entry for Willard Oliver, SS no. 578-01-4888; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  2. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 Mar 2006), Willard Oliver entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Providence district, enumeration district (ED) 30-24, page/sheet 222B/10B, dwelling 235, family 237, John K Berry household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2442.
  4. "Licensed to Marry," The Washington Post, 17 Jun 1926, p. 12; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007).
  5. John Randolph Stoy, "Letters and E-Mail from John Randolph Stoy re: Descendents of Clifford M Stoy," material in possession of Robert Stoy, 3 Collingwood, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 as of Dec 2005.
  6. "McLean, Va.," The Washington Post, 15 Apr 1934, M22; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  7. "Vienna Matron Gives Shower for Sarah Day," The Washington Post, 19 Apr 1936, S2; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  8. "Obituary: Mildred S Oliver," The Washington Post, 4 Nov 1981, C8; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

B F Orndorff

Last Edited=8 May 2012
     B F Orndorff married Ruhamer Drucilla Hummer, daughter of George Washington Hummer and Saenis Morgan.1

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 21 Apr 2012), entry for Ruhamer Drlucilla Hummer Orndorff.

Elizabeth Jane Orr

Last Edited=20 Dec 2010
     Elizabeth Jane Orr was born 12 December 1842 in Ohio.1,2 She married Barzella Nelson Spar Etcher, son of Sanford E Atcher, 11 October 1870 in Marion Co, Iowa.3 Elizabeth Jane Orr died 10 February 1883 at age 40.1 She was buried in Concord Cemetery, Knoxville, Marion Co, Iowa.1
YearLocation
1880Marion Co, Iowa2
     Elizabeth Jane Orr appeared on the 1880 federal census of Marion Co, Iowa, in the household of Barzella Nelson Spar Etcher.2

Children of Elizabeth Jane Orr and Barzella Nelson Spar Etcher

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 17 Dec 2010), entry for Elizabeth J Etcher.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Marion County, Iowa, population schedule, Attica village, enumeration district (ED) 124, p. 661A, dwelling 341|341, family 2 of 4, Sparr Etcher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 354.
  3. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Iowa Marriages, 1809-1922," database and digital images, FamilySearch (Beta) (https://www.familysearch.org/s/collection/… : accessed 17 Dec 2010), B N S Etcher. Index entries derived from digital copies of originals housed in various repositories Iowa.
  4. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Iowa Marriages, 1809-1922," database and digital images, FamilySearch (Beta) (https://www.familysearch.org/s/collection/… : accessed 17 Dec 2010), Chas Guy Etcher. Index entries derived from digital copies of originals housed in various repositories Iowa.

Ellen E Orrison

Last Edited=29 Apr 2012
     Ellen E Orrison was born between 1836 and 1837 in Fairfax Co, Virginia.1 She married Braden Ezra Hummer, son of Washington Hummer and Martena Bayle Fox, 21 March 1876 in Fairfax Co, Virginia.2 Ellen E Orrison died 27 September 1891 in Fairfax Co, Virginia.1

Child of Ellen E Orrison and Braden Ezra Hummer

Citations

  1. Elizabeth R Frain, Fairfax County, Virginia Death Register: 1853-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002), 92.
  2. Constance K Ring and Craig R Scott, Index to the Fairfax County, Virginia Register of Marriages 1853-1933 (Lovettsville, Virginia: Willow Bend Books, 1997), 68.

Irene Blanche "Rena" Orrison

Last Edited=23 Jul 2007
     Irene Blanche "Rena" Orrison was born between 1869 and 1870 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of James William Orrison.2 Irene Blanche "Rena" Orrison married Charles Edwin Shryock, son of Reuben Shryock and Martha A Gardner, 21 December 1908 in Mt Hope Baptist Church, near Ryan, Loudoun Co, Virginia, (Rev G W Popkins presided).3,1,2
     Irene Blanche "Rena" Orrison appeared on the 1910 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Charles Edwin Shryock; she had no children.1 Irene Blanche "Rena" Orrison appeared on the 1920 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Charles Edwin Shryock.4 Irene Blanche "Rena" Orrison appeared on the 1930 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 30 April 1930. Household: Irene B Shryock (62), Walter Orrison (neph - 15), and Edwin Orrison (neph - 12), residing in Broad Run district - she was widowed.5

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 60, page/sheet 42B/20B, dwelling 279, family 281, Charles E Shryock household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1633.
  2. "Virginia Weddings," The Washington Post, 22 Dec 1908; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 3 Jan 2008).
  3. "Loudoun County Cemetery Database," database, Town of Leesburg Virginia (http://www.leesburgva.gov/services/library/online/ : accessed 21 Jul 2007), entry for Charles Edwin Shryock.
  4. 1920 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 63, page/sheet 80A/4A, dwelling 66, family 68, Charles E Shryock household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1893.
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 54-2, page/sheet 118A/14A, dwelling 287, family 292, Irene B Shryock household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2448.

James William Orrison

Last Edited=26 Jan 2009
     James William Orrison died 16 September 1915 in the home of his daughter and son-in-law, C E Shryock, near Mt Hope, Loudoun Co, Virginia, (Rev G W Popkins presided at funeral).1

Child of James William Orrison

Citations

  1. Patricia B Duncan, Genealogical Abstracts from The Mirror 1900-1919, Loudoun County Virginia (Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2008), 182.
  2. "Virginia Weddings," The Washington Post, 22 Dec 1908; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 3 Jan 2008).

William Orth1

Last Edited=2 Dec 2005
     William Orth was born 24 November 1908.1 He married Ruth L Fiske, daughter of Henry W Fiske and Ruth Anna Etcher. William Orth died in February 1986 at age 77 (last residence was Winchester, Virginia).1
     His Social Security Number was 213-16-6240, issued before 1951 in Maryland.2

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 2 Dec 2005), entry for Ruth Orth, SS no. 200-01-2981; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 2 Dec 2005), entry for William Orth, SS no. 213-16-6240; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).

Deborah Osborn

Last Edited=18 Dec 2013
     Deborah Osborn was born between March 1783 and 1784.1 She was the daughter of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Margaret Simpson.1,2 Deborah Osborn married first George Doty Clark, son of John Clark, 1 September 1804 in Springfield, Essex Co, New Jersey.2 Deborah Osborn married second [-?-] Camel.3
     Moved to Ohio.3

Citations

  1. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 29 Jul 2007), entry for Jonathan Howell Osborne. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].
  2. Chester Neville Jones, "Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence," Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 3, No. 1 (Jul 1927): 29.
  3. Joseph R Klett, Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996), 678.

Esther Osborn

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Esther Osborn was the daughter of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Esther Osborn

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Esther Osborn was baptized 25 October 1789 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Margaret Simpson.1,2 Esther Osborn died 12 February 1794 at age 4.3 She was buried in New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.3

Citations

  1. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 18, No. 3 (Jul 1943): 63-72, specifically 66.
  2. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 29 Jul 2007), entry for Jonathan Howell Osborne. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].
  3. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 30 Jul 2007), entry for Esther Osborn. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].

Eunice Osborn

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Eunice Osborn was the daughter of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Jane Osborn

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Jane Osborn was the daughter of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Jeremiah Hart Osborn

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Jeremiah Hart Osborn was baptized 8 January 1769 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.1 He was the son of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Deborah Hart.1

Citations

  1. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 18, No. 1 (Jan 1943): 1-6, specifically 6.

John Osborn

Last Edited=6 Aug 2013
     John Osborn was born in 1718. He was the son of John Osborn. John Osborn married Puah Howel. John Osborn died 1 September 1776 in Elizabeth Town, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.

Citations

  1. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 29 Jul 2007), entry for Jonathan Howell Osborne. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].

John Osborn1

Last Edited=23 Jan 2008

Child of John Osborn

Citations

  1. John Littel, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 307.

John Osborn

Last Edited=4 May 2014
     John Osborn was born 20 April 1787.1 He was the son of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Margaret Simpson.2,3 John Osborn was baptized 20 May 1787 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.2 He married Sarah "Sally" Clark, daughter of John Clark and Sarah Doty, 2 July 1809 in Springfield, Essex Co, New Jersey.4,1 John Osborn died in 1859.4 He was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.4

Citations

  1. Chester Neville Jones, "Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence," Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 3, No. 1 (Jul 1927): 29.
  2. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 18, No. 3 (Jul 1943): 63-72, specifically 64.
  3. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 29 Jul 2007), entry for Jonathan Howell Osborne. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].
  4. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 30 Jul 2007), entry for John Osborn. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].

John Osborn Jr

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     John Osborn Jr was the son of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Jonathan Osborn

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Jonathan Osborn was born in 1785.1 He was the son of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Margaret Simpson.1 Jonathan Osborn died 9 January 1789 in Province of New Jersey.2 He was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 29 Jul 2007), entry for Jonathan Howell Osborne. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].
  2. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 19, No. 3 (Jul 1944): 65-69, specifically 68.

Jonathan Osborn

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Jonathan Osborn was the son of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Deborah Hart.1 Jonathan Osborn died 6 March 1783.1

Citations

  1. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 19, No. 2 (Apr 1944): 39-44, specifically 44.

Jonathan Howel Osborn1,2

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Jonathan Howel Osborn was born between 1743 and 1744.3,4 He was the son of John Osborn and Puah Howel.3 Jonathan Howel Osborn married first Deborah Hart, daughter of Jeremiah Hart and Sarah [-?-], 5 January 1766 in New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.3 Jonathan Howel Osborn married second Margaret Simpson, daughter of John Simpson and Sarah Carle, 9 February 1783 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.5,1,6 Jonathan Howel Osborn died 2 December 1792.3,4 He was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.
     Jonathan Howel Osborn was named in the will of John Simpson as husband of his daughter Margaret 5 May 1786 in Gloucester Co, Province of New Jersey.7

Children of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Deborah Hart

Children of Jonathan Howel Osborn and Margaret Simpson

Citations

  1. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), 656, Vol 1; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).
  2. John Littel, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 307.
  3. "Osborne Origins," database, Lee K Osborne (http://www.osborne-origins.org/ : accessed 29 Jul 2007), entry for Jonathan Howell Osborne. [Lee K Osborne, l.k.osborne@worldnet.att.net; extensive sources provided].
  4. Joseph R Klett, Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996), 677.
  5. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 19, No. 1 (Jan 1944): 16-22, specifically 16.
  6. Chester Neville Jones, "Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence," Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 3, No. 1 (Jul 1927): 29.
  7. John Simpson will (5 May 1786), Will Book 28, pg 393, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton.
  8. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 18, No. 1 (Jan 1943): 1-6, specifically 6.
  9. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 19, No. 2 (Apr 1944): 39-44, specifically 44.
  10. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 18, No. 3 (Jul 1943): 63-72, specifically 64.
  11. "Records of the Presbyterian Church at New Providence, New Jersey, Kept by Rev Jonathan Elmer, 1763-1793," The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 18, No. 3 (Jul 1943): 63-72, specifically 66.

Polly Osborn

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Polly Osborn was the daughter of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Puah Osborn

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Puah Osborn was the daughter of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Rachel Osborn

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Rachel Osborn was the daughter of John Osborn and Puah Howel.

Benjamin Osborne1

Last Edited=30 Jul 2013
     Benjamin Osborne was born 4 December 1646 in New Haven, New Haven Co, Connecticut Colony. He was the son of Thomas Osborne and Mary Goatly. Benjamin Osborne married Abigail Talmadge. Benjamin Osborne died 27 February 1721/22 in East Hampton, Suffolk Co, Province of New York, at age 75.

Children of Benjamin Osborne and Abigail Talmadge

Citations

  1. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), 632; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).

Benjamin Osborne

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Benjamin Osborne was born circa 1692. He was the son of Benjamin Osborne and Abigail Talmadge.

Jeremy Osborne1

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Jeremy Osborne married Joan Wyborne.

Child of Jeremy Osborne and Joan Wyborne

Citations

  1. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), 628; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).

Mary Osborne

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Mary Osborne was born circa 1683. She was the daughter of Benjamin Osborne and Abigail Talmadge.

Susanna? Osborne

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Susanna? Osborne was born circa 1680. She was the daughter of Benjamin Osborne and Abigail Talmadge.

Thomas Osborne1

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Thomas Osborne was born circa 1594. He was the son of Jeremy Osborne and Joan Wyborne. Thomas Osborne married Mary Goatly 18 January 1621/22 in Ashford, County Kent, England. Thomas Osborne died after 26 November 1677.

Child of Thomas Osborne and Mary Goatly

Citations

  1. Family History: New Jersey Genealogies #1, 1600s-1800s, CD-ROM 182 (Novato, California: Broderbund, 1997), 628; citing Genealogies of New Jersey Families: From the Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vols 1 & 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996).

Thomas Osborne

Last Edited=24 May 2000
     Thomas Osborne was born circa 1686. He was the son of Benjamin Osborne and Abigail Talmadge.

Abigail Osler1

Last Edited=25 Jan 2007
     Abigail Osler was born circa 1800.1 She was the daughter of [-?-] Osler and [-?-] Rudderow.1
     Abigail Osler was named in the will of William Rudderow as his granddaughter 7 January 1804 in Gloucester Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. William Rudderow will (7 January 1804),, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton.

Mary Osler1

Last Edited=25 Jan 2007
     Mary Osler was born circa 1798.1 She was the daughter of [-?-] Osler and [-?-] Rudderow.1
     Mary Osler was named in the will of William Rudderow as his granddaughter 7 January 1804 in Gloucester Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. William Rudderow will (7 January 1804),, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton.

[-?-] Osler1

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     [-?-] Osler married [-?-] Rudderow, daughter of William Rudderow and Abigail Spicer.1

Children of [-?-] Osler and [-?-] Rudderow

Citations

  1. William Rudderow will (7 January 1804),, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton.

[-?-] Oson

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     [-?-] Oson married Nellie Moran, daughter of David H Moran and Emma T [-?-], between 1913 and 1914.1,2

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Providence district, enumeration district (ED) 39, page/sheet 265A/2A, dwelling 30, family 30, David H Moran household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1886.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Arlington County, Virginia, population schedule, Ft Myer Heights, enumeration district (ED) 7-6, page/sheet 73A/12A, dwelling 180, family 180, Frank R Scott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2436.

Elizabeth Ostler

Last Edited=6 Aug 2013
     Elizabeth Ostler was born in 1705 in Burlington Co, Province of New Jersey. She married William Reeves, son of William Reeves and Rachel Sullivan, circa 1719 in Burlington Co, Province of New Jersey.1 Elizabeth Ostler died 28 February 1780 in Burlington Co, Province of New Jersey.

Children of Elizabeth Ostler and William Reeves

Citations

  1. Clara Swain Stevens and Clara B Birch (nee Reeves), compilers, The Reeves Family, Walter Reeve of Burlington County, New Jersey and a Number of His Descendants Through Ten Generations (Merchantville, New Jersey: H Stanley Craig, printer, 1930), Compiled from notes left by Samuel VanImmen Reeves.

Helen Ott1

Last Edited=4 Dec 2005
     Helen Ott married Lloyd Diehl Schaeffer.1 Helen Ott died 14 April 1984.2 She was buried 18 April 1984 in Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC.2
     Helen Ott was mentioned in the obituary of Lloyd Diehl Schaeffer 20 January 1979.1 Her obituary stated: "On Saturday, April 14, 1984 Helen Ott Schaeffer; wife of the late Lloyd D Schaeffer; mother of Robert S Schaeffer; sister of Mrs Carl Meininger of Bethesda, Md, and Mrs Isabel Unger of Mercersburg, Pa; 3 grandchildren also survive. . . ."2

Child of Helen Ott and Lloyd Diehl Schaeffer

Citations

  1. "Lloyd Schaeffer, Owned Histroic Carlyle House," The Washington Post, 20 Jan 1979, B4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  2. "Obituary: Helen Ott Schaeffer," The Washington Post, 17 Apr 1984, B6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Edward J Ovsevitz

Last Edited=6 Mar 2011
     Edward J Ovsevitz was born 29 April 1947.1 He died 25 May 2006 at age 59.1
     His Social Security Number was 527-76-7306, issued in 1964 in Arizona.1

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 5 Mar 2011), entry for Edward J Ovsevitz, SS no. 527-76-7306; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).

Martha Owen

Last Edited=20 Mar 2013
     Martha Owen was born between 1818 and 1819 in Tennessee.1 She married Isaiah Rudd 27 August 1839 in McMinn Co, Tennessee.2 Martha Owen was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Leesburg, Cherokee Co, Alabama.3
     Martha Owen appeared on the 1850 federal census of Cherokee Co, Alabama, in the household of Isaiah Rudd.1 Martha Owen appeared on the 1860 federal census of Cherokee Co, Alabama, in the household of Isaiah Rudd; she could not read or write.4 Martha Owen appeared on the 1870 federal census of Cherokee Co, Alabama, in the household of Isaiah Rudd.5 Martha Owen appeared on the 1880 federal census of Cherokee Co, Alabama, in the household of Isaiah Rudd.6

Children of Martha Owen and Isaiah Rudd

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Cherokee County, Alabama, population schedule, district 26, p. 47B and 48A, dwelling 648, family 649, Josiah Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 3.
  2. Byron & Barbara Sistler, Early East Tennessee Marriage, Vol. 1 Grooms (Nashville, Tennessee: Bryon Sistler & Associates, 1987).
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 15 Mar 2013), entry for Martha Rudd.
  4. 1860 U. S. Census, Cherokee County, Alabama, population schedule, district 3, Leesburg post office, p. 97A, dwelling 62, family 62, Isah Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 5.
  5. 1870 U. S. Census, Cherokee County, Alabama, population schedule, Township 10, Range 8, Leesburg post office, p. 268A, dwelling 17, family 17, I Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 7.
  6. 1880 U. S. Census, Cherokee County, Alabama, population schedule, Township 10, Range 8, enumeration district (ED) 23, p. 332A, dwelling 23, family 25, Isaah Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 6.

[-?-] Owen1

Last Edited=6 Aug 2006
     [-?-] Owen married Margaret Rudd, daughter of Joseph Rudd and Wilmouth [-?-].2

Citations

  1. Joseph Rudd will (1 Jan 1779),, R Stoy Genealogy Binders - Rudd, Aliso Viejo, California; viewed on-line http://www.rootsweb.com/~vameckle/wills2.htm, transcribed by Patricia Henderson-London 12 Sep 1999.
  2. Joseph Rudd will (1 Jan 1779),: 299-302, R Stoy Genealogy Binders - Rudd, Aliso Viejo, California; viewed on-line http://www.rootsweb.com/~vameckle/wills2.htm, transcribed by Patricia Henderson-London 12 Sep 1999.

Benjamin Franklin Pace

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     Benjamin Franklin Pace married Amanda Meadows.

Child of Benjamin Franklin Pace and Amanda Meadows

Carrie Lee Pace

Last Edited=23 Dec 2013
     Carrie Lee Pace was born 24 August 1862 in Trenton, Dade Co, Georgia.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin Pace and Amanda Meadows. Carrie Lee Pace married John Price Jacoway, son of John Garrett Jacoway and Nancy Middleton, 2 October 1879 in Trenton, Dade Co, Georgia, (by Wm J Callan, MG).4,5,2 Carrie Lee Pace died 7 March 1929 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, Tennessee, at age 66.6 She was buried 8 March 1929 in Trenton Baptist Cemetery, Trenton, Dade Co, Georgia.6,7
     Carrie Lee Pace appeared on the 1880 federal census of Dade Co, Georgia, in the household of John Price Jacoway.8 Carrie Lee Pace appeared on the 1900 federal census of Dade Co, Georgia, in the household of John Price Jacoway; seven of her nine children were alive in 1900.2 Carrie Lee Pace appeared on the 1910 federal census of Dade Co, Georgia, in the household of John Price Jacoway; 10 of her 13 children were alive in 1910.9 Carrie Lee Pace was listed in the WWI draft registration record of Robert Lynn Jacoway 12 September 1918.11 Carrie Lee Pace appeared on the 1920 federal census of Hamilton Co, Tennessee, enumerated 15 January 1920. Household: Carrie Jacoway (58), Griggs (son - 26), Clair (son - 24), Lynn (son - 21), Boyd (son - 19), Carrie (dau - 16), Katherine (dau - 14), Celeste (dau - 11), Otis Bishop (boarder - 21), and Marble Bishop (boarder - 17), residing at 812 Tenth Street, Chattanooga.10 Her obituary stated: "Stricken with paralysis last Saturday night, Mrs Carrie L Jacoway, 66, beloved resident and widow of Col J P Jacoway, passed away at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at her home, 603 Lindsay street. She had previously suffered another stroke and had not been in good health for some time. Born at Trenton, Ga, on Aug 24, 1862, Mrs Jacoway was loved throughout Dade county because of her sweet Christian character and her many acts of love and service. She found joy in bringing brightness into other lives and in aiding others along life's way. Uniting with the Southern Methodist church during early childhood, she had been active in the work of the church during all the years since. Upon coming to Chattannooga about fifteen years ago she transferred her membership to Centenary church, and when her health permitted she regularly attended its services . . . . She was the mother of thirteen children, ten of whom survive, as follows: Price H, Grady, Griggs, Lynn, Clare and Boyd, Mrs D M Raulston, Mrs Ernest D Cushman, Misses Carrie Lee and Celeste; two sisters, Mrs R H Tatum and Mrs R S Rogers, of Trenton, Ga, and a number of grandchildren. . . .3

Carrie Lee Pace had the following medical condition noted at death: cerebral hemorrhage & arterio-sclerosis.6

Children of Carrie Lee Pace and John Price Jacoway

Citations

  1. "Family Data Collection: Births," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 17 May 2006), entry for Carrie Lee Pace. The Family Data Collection / Gene Pool was created while gathering genealogical data for use in the study of human genetics and disease - there are no cited sources.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Dade County, Georgia, population schedule, Trenton, enumeration district (ED) 48, page/sheet 246B/3B, dwelling 58, family 63, John Jacoway household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 191.
  3. "Obituaries: Mrs Carrie Jacoway," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 8 Mar 1929, 3.
  4. "Georgia, Marriage Records from Select Counties, 1828-1978," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4766 : accessed 21 Dec 2013), entry for John P Jacoway. Original data: County Marriage Records, 1828–1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia.
  5. "Family Data Collection: Marriages," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 17 May 2006), entry for Carrie Lee Pace. The Family Data Collection / Gene Pool was created while gathering genealogical data for use in the study of human genetics and disease - there are no cited sources.
  6. Carrie L Jacoway, death certificate, file no. 7759 (Hamilton County) (7 Mar 1929), Tennessee State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Nashville.
  7. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 18 May 2009), entry for Carrie L Pace Jacoway.
  8. 1880 U. S. Census, Dade County, Georgia, population schedule, Trenton, enumeration district (ED) 41, p. 46A, dwelling 18, family 18, John P Jacaway household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 142.
  9. 1900 U. S. Census, Dade County, Georgia, population schedule, Trenton, enumeration district (ED) 52, page/sheet 245B/2B, dwelling 35, family 36, John P Jacoway household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 181.
  10. 1920 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga ward 7, enumeration district (ED) 180, page/sheet 14A/5A and 14B/5B, dwelling 85, family 94, Carrie Jacoway household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1743.
  11. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 25 May 2007), Robert Lynn Jacoway entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.
  12. "Jacoway, John P - Dade County History Book," (http://dadecountyhb.wordpress.com/edited-articles/… : accessed 18 May 2009). Most of the material in this entry is taken from Memoirs of Georgia, Vol I - new material contained in last two paragraphs on burial and children.

Jack B Pace1

Last Edited=4 Dec 2005
     Jack B Pace married Katheryn Alice Caylor, daughter of Claude Carlisle Caylor and Alice Catherine Donnelly.2 Jack B Pace died 11 September 1971 in Charleston, Charleston Co, South Carolina.3
     An engagement announcement 22 November 1956 stated: "Mr and Mrs Jack B Pace of Kensington, Md, announce the engagement of their niece, Barbara Jean, to William C Shober, son of Mr and Mrs David A Shober of Silver Spring, Md. Miss Pace attends the Lucy Webb Hayes School of Nursing at Sibley Memorial Hospital. A June wedding is planned."4 An engagement announcement 11 June 1957 stated: "Mr and Mrs Jack B Pace of Kensington, Md, announce the engagement of their niece, Virginia Ann, to Stanley Joseph Tokarski Jr, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Joseph Tokarski of Willimansett, Mass."5 His obituary stated: "On Saturday, September 11, 1971 in Charleston, SC, Jack B Pace, beloved husband of Kathryne C Pace, devoted uncle of Mrs Virginia Ann Tokarski, Mrs Barbara Jean Watkins and Mrs Nancy Jo Brandau. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, September 15 at Brown's Funeral Home, Sececa, SC."3

Citations

  1. "Obituary - Dr Claude C Caylor," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 26 Aug 1955, 26, 26; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  2. "Obituary: Claude Caylor," The Washington Post, 26 Aug 1955, 26; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  3. "Obituaries: Jack B Pace," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 11 Sep 1971, C6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  4. "Engagement Announcements - Pace and Shober," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 22 Nov 1956, p. C8; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007).
  5. "Engaged - Pace and Torkarski," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 11 Jun 1957, p. D2; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007).

Minnie M Paden1,2

Last Edited=15 Aug 2010
     Minnie M Paden was born in September 1874 in Ohio.3 She married David McMasters, son of [-?-] McMasters and Adaline Simpson, between 1893 and 1894.3
     Minnie M Paden appeared on the 1900 federal census of Marshall Co, West Virginia, in the household of David McMasters; both her children were alive in 1900.3 Minnie M Paden appeared on the 1910 federal census of Merced Co, California, in the household of David McMasters; 4 of her 5 children were alive in 1910.4 Minnie M Paden appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fresno Co, California, in the household of David McMasters.5 Minnie M Paden appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fresno Co, California, in the household of David McMasters.6

Children of Minnie M Paden and David McMasters

Citations

  1. "California Death Index 1940-1997," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 14 Aug 2010), entry for Max Vernon Caylor. Original electronic data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.
  2. "California Death Index 1940-1997," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 14 Aug 2010), entry for Nyle Stanley Caylor. Original electronic data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Marshall County, West Virginia, population schedule, Union Township, Benwood city, enumeration district (ED) 75, page/sheet 163B/8B & 164A/9A, dwelling 164, family 165, Mack D Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1765.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Merced County, California, population schedule, Dos Palos precinct, enumeration district (ED) 109, page/sheet 191A/7A, dwelling 149, family 149, Mack Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 89.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Fresno County, California, population schedule, McKinley precinct, enumeration district (ED) 3, page/sheet 105B/32B, dwelling 726, family 730, Martin Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 96.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Fresno County, California, population schedule, Fresno, enumeration district (ED) 10-42, page/sheet 109A/15A, dwelling 223, family 224, Mack Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 117.

Harold S Padgett

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     Harold S Padgett was born 20 July 1911.1 He married Dora Howser, daughter of William Henry Howser and Cora Corene Caylor, in 1935.2 Harold S Padgett died 23 May 1978 in Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax, Virginia, at age 66 (last residence was Vienna, Fairfax County, Virginia).3 He was buried 26 May 1978 in National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church, Virginia.3
     His Social Security Number was 577-10-2708, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.1 His obituary stated: "On Tuesday, May 23, 1978 at Fairfax Hospital. Husband of Dora H Padgett; father of Lillian Williams and Lynn Hoch; he is also survived by two grandchildren, Wendy Hoch and James Williams. . . ."3

Children of Harold S Padgett and Dora Howser

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 10 Aug 2007), entry for Harold Padgett, SS no. 577-10-2708; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  2. "Obituary: Marshall C (Bush) Howser," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 21 Jun 1973; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service).
  3. "Obituary: Harold S Padgett," The Washington Post, 25 May 1978; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  4. "Obituary: Dora H Padgett," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 5 Nov 1991, 4.

Lillian Padgett

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     Lillian Padgett is the daughter of Harold S Padgett and Dora Howser.1

Child of Lillian Padgett and [-?-] Williams

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Dora H Padgett," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 5 Nov 1991, 4.
  2. "Obituary: Harold S Padgett," The Washington Post, 25 May 1978; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Lynn Padgett

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     Lynn Padgett is the daughter of Harold S Padgett and Dora Howser.1

Child of Lynn Padgett and Donald W Hoch

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Dora H Padgett," Tampa Tribune, Florida, 5 Nov 1991, 4.
  2. "People Search," database, PrivateEye.com (http://www.privateeye.com : accessed 10 Aug 2007), entry for Lynn Hoch.

Betty Page

Last Edited=14 Jan 2013
     Betty Page is the daughter of Emmet Carson Page and Bertha M Franks.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: E Carson Page," The Washington Post, 20 Mar 1986, C6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Emmet Carson Page

Last Edited=14 Jan 2013
     Emmet Carson Page was born 9 September 1901.1,2 He married first Bertha M Franks, daughter of T B Franks and Ida M [-?-], between 1924 and 1925.3,4,5 Emmet Carson Page married second Elizabeth Caylor, daughter of George Franklin Caylor and Edith Dixon.6 Emmet Carson Page died 19 March 1986 at age 84 (last residence was Sterling, Loudoun County, Virginia).2,7 He was buried 21 March 1986 in Sterling Cemetery, Sterling, Loudoun Co, Virginia.7
     Emmet Carson Page appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in the household of T B Franks, his father-in-law; he was a salesman for a garage.3 Emmet Carson Page appeared on the 1940 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, enumerated 20 April 1940. Household: Emmett C Page (38), Bertha M (wif - 31), Shirley V (dau - 12), and Nellie F Cornell (sil - 39), residing on Station Street, Herndon, where Emmett C was a radio and heat installer for an auto sales and service company who rented his home for $17/month, had completed four years of high school, had worked 52 weeks in the past year and earned $1,820 in 1939.4 His Social Security Number was 578-03-0255, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.2 His obituary stated: "On March 19, 1986 of Sterling, Va and formerly of Herndon, Va; husband of Elizabeth C Page; father of Frances Sullivan, Betty Bunkman and Shirley Hutchison. Survived by 11 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; brother of Betty Bicksler and Tartar Page. . . ."7

Children of Emmet Carson Page and Bertha M Franks

Citations

  1. "FindUSA," database, InfoUSA (http://findusa.referenceusa.com : accessed 11 Nov 2005), entry for Elizabeth C Page. Subscription database service available through Godfrey Library service.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 11 Nov 2005), entry for Emmette Page, SS no. 578-03-0255; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Dranesville district, enumeration district (ED) 30-7, page/sheet 46A/12A, dwelling 256, family 256, T B Franks household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2442.
  4. 1940 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Herndon, enumeration district (ED) 30-5, page/sheet 39B/5B, household #107, Emmett C Page household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T627, roll 4261.
  5. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 11 Jan 2013), entry for Bertha Page.
  6. "Deaths: Edith D Caylor," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 17 Nov 1963, B8; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).
  7. "Obituary: E Carson Page," The Washington Post, 20 Mar 1986, C6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Frances Page

Last Edited=14 Jan 2013
     Frances Page is the daughter of Emmet Carson Page and Bertha M Franks.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: E Carson Page," The Washington Post, 20 Mar 1986, C6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Shirley Page

Last Edited=14 Jan 2013
     Shirley Page is the daughter of Emmet Carson Page and Bertha M Franks.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: E Carson Page," The Washington Post, 20 Mar 1986, C6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service).

Richard Paine

Last Edited=5 Aug 2013
     Richard Paine married Sarah Taylor, daughter of Anthony Taylor.1
     Richard Paine was named in the will of John Winget as his bondsman [and future husband of Sarah] 12 March 1683/84 in Dover Township, Province of New Hampshire.2

Citations

  1. Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter G Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Portland, Maine: The Southworth Press, 1928-1939), 763; digital images, CD-ROM (USA: Archive CD Books, 2006).
  2. Albert Stillman Batchellor, Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire: Vol. 1 1635-1717 (Concord, New Hampshire: Rumford Printing Company, 1907), 270-4; digital images, University of New Hampshire Library (http://www.library.unh.edu/digital/object/propapers:0031 : accessed 10 Jul 2013).

Ellis Palmer1

Last Edited=14 Aug 2006
     Ellis Palmer married Anne Rudd, daughter of John Rudd and Hannah [-?-].1
     Ellis Palmer witnessed the will of Hannah [-?-] 2 October 1771 in Chesterfield Co, Virginia Colony, and was co-executor.1

Child of Ellis Palmer and Anne Rudd

Citations

  1. Hannah Rudd will (5 Jan 1753/4), Vol. 2: 174, Chesterfield County Clerk of Circuit Court, Chesterfield, Virginia; viewed as microfilm 30,871 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. John Rudd will (5 Jan 1753/4), Vol. 1: 152, Chesterfield County Clerk of Circuit Court, Chesterfield, Virginia; viewed as microfilm 30,871 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Thomas Palmer1

Last Edited=11 Aug 2006
     Thomas Palmer was born circa 1752 (estimate based on will of grandfather John Rudd).1 He was the son of Ellis Palmer and Anne Rudd.1
     Thomas Palmer was named in the will of John Rudd as son of his daughter Anne 5 January 1754 in Chesterfield Co, Virginia Colony.1 Thomas Palmer was named in the will of Hannah [-?-] as her grandson 2 October 1771 in Chesterfield Co, Virginia Colony.2

Citations

  1. John Rudd will (5 Jan 1753/4), Vol. 1: 152, Chesterfield County Clerk of Circuit Court, Chesterfield, Virginia; viewed as microfilm 30,871 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  2. Hannah Rudd will (5 Jan 1753/4), Vol. 2: 174, Chesterfield County Clerk of Circuit Court, Chesterfield, Virginia; viewed as microfilm 30,871 Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Everett Pancake1

Last Edited=13 Aug 2005
     Everett Pancake was born 27 February 1904 in West Virginia.2 He was the son of William Pancake and Lillian W Scott.1 Everett Pancake died in July 1987 at age 83 (last residence was Huntingburg, Dubois County, Indiana).2
     Everett Pancake appeared on the 1910 federal census of Cabell Co, Ohio, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in his parent's household - he worked in a grocery store.3 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in his mother's household.4 His Social Security Number was 304-03-9777, issued before 1951 in Indiana.2

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 41, page/sheet 267A/2A, dwelling 28, family 30, William Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1678.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 18 Apr 2005), entry for Everett Pancake, SS no. 304-03-9777; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Guyandotte district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 20A/6A, dwelling 87, family 126, William Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1951.
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Gideon district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 6-15, page/sheet 270A/26A, dwelling -, family -, Harlan Parsons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2528.

Herman H Pancake

Last Edited=22 Jan 2011
     Herman H Pancake was born 16 June 1905 in West Virginia.1,2 He was the son of William Pancake and Lillian W Scott.2 Herman H Pancake married Sue [-?-] between 1926 and 1927.3 Herman H Pancake died in September 1978 at age 73 (last residence was Chesapeake, Lawrence County, Ohio).1 He was buried in Woodmere Memorial Park, Huntington, Cabell Co, West Virginia.4
     Herman H Pancake appeared on the 1910 federal census of Cabell Co, Ohio, in his parent's household.2 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in his parent's household.5 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, enumerated 26 April 1930. Household: Herman Pancake (24) and Sue (wif - 24), residing in Gideon district, Huntington city, where he was a draftsman for a car foundry. They were living in the same house as his mother and step-father.3 His Social Security Number was 234-07-4109, issued before 1951 in West Virginia.1

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 18 Apr 2005), entry for Herman Pancake, SS no. 234-07-4109; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 41, page/sheet 267A/2A, dwelling 28, family 30, William Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1678.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Gideon district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 6-15, page/sheet 270A/26A, dwelling -, family -, Herman Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2528.
  4. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 Jan 2011), entry for Herman H Pancake.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Guyandotte district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 20A/6A, dwelling 87, family 126, William Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1951.

William Pancake1

Last Edited=22 Mar 2006
     William Pancake was born 30 January 1874 in Ohio.1,2 He married Lillian W Scott, daughter of Charles Scott and Lula June Nesperly, between 1902 and 1903.1
     William Pancake appeared on the 1910 federal census of Cabell Co, Ohio, enumerated 18 April 1910. Household: William Pancake (36), Lillian (wif - 25), Everett (son - 6), and Herman (son - 4), residing in Huntington city where he worked as a car builder at American Car & Foundry Company. They were enumerated next to Martha Nesperly, Lillian's mother.1 He registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 12 September 1918 in Huntington, Cabell Co, West Virginia, where he lived at 2540 2nd Avenue and worked as an assistant foreman in the Steel Department of American Car and Foundry Company. He named Lillian Pancake as nearest relative, was tall, slender build, had blue eyes and light hair.2 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, enumerated 6 January 1920. Household: William Pancake (45), Lillian (wif - 35), Everett (son -16), and Herman (son - 14), residing in Guyandotte district, Huntington city, where he was an owner of a grocery store.3

Children of William Pancake and Lillian W Scott

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 41, page/sheet 267A/2A, dwelling 28, family 30, William Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1678.
  2. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 Mar 2006), William Pancake entry; citing World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls. Imaged from Family History Library microfilm.
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Guyandotte district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 20A/6A, dwelling 87, family 126, William Pancake household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1951.

Clyde Leslie Park

Last Edited=22 Nov 2008
     Clyde Leslie Park was born 3 October 1922.1 He married Juanita Ardyce Gainey, daughter of William Henry Harrison Gainey and Ruby J Stansberry.2 Clyde Leslie Park died 28 October 2003 at age 81 (last residence was Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho).1
     His Social Security Number was 519-34-6150, issued before 1951 in Idaho.1

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 25 Jun 2006), entry for Clyde L Park, SS no. 519-34-6150; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  2. "Obituary: William "Bill" Gainey Jr," The Oregonian, Portland, 30 Mar 1993, C8.

Martha Jane "Jennie" Park

Last Edited=23 Dec 2013
     Martha Jane "Jennie" Park was born 17 May 1870 in Walker Co, Georgia.1,2 She married William Glenn Simmons, son of Thomas J Simmons and Harriet [-?-], 30 June 1892 in Walker Co, Georgia, (by F Walton, minister).3,1,2
     Martha Jane "Jennie" Park appeared on the 1900 federal census of Hamilton Co, Tennessee, in the household of William Glenn Simmons; her two children were alive in 1900.1 Martha Jane "Jennie" Park appeared on the 1910 federal census of Buncombe Co, North Carolina, in the household of William Glenn Simmons; all five of her children were alive in 1910.4 Martha Jane "Jennie" Park appeared on the 1920 federal census of Buncombe Co, North Carolina, in the household of William Glenn Simmons.5 Martha Jane "Jennie" Park appeared on the 1930 federal census of Buncombe Co, North Carolina, in the household of William Glenn Simmons.6

Children of Martha Jane "Jennie" Park and William Glenn Simmons

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga, enumeration district (ED) 53, page/sheet 300B/23B, dwelling 399, family 490, William Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1574.
  2. "Center Family Tree," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed Jul 2008). [W Center, wcenter@aol.com; no source information provided; updated 21 Sep 2007].
  3. "Georgia, Marriage Records from Select Counties, 1828-1978," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4766 : accessed 21 Dec 2013), entry for W G Simmons. Original data: County Marriage Records, 1828–1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, population schedule, Asheville city, enumeration district (ED) 16, page/sheet 295B/7B, dwelling 88, family 114, William G Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1099.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, population schedule, Asheville, enumeration district (ED) 18, page/sheet 214B/6B, dwelling 99, family 130, William G Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1286.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, population schedule, Asheville, enumeration district (ED) 11-16, page/sheet 126A/4A, dwelling 58, family 76, Wm G Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1675.
  7. 1910 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, population schedule, Ashville city, enumeration district (ED) 16, page/sheet 295B/7B, dwelling 88, family 114, William G Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1099.

Amelia Bernice Parker

Last Edited=30 May 2013
     Amelia Bernice Parker was born between 1890 and 1891 in Tennessee.1 She married Herbert Otto Lubbes, son of Julius C Lubbes and Susana [-?-], 29 January 1908.2,3 Amelia Bernice Parker died in 1970 likely in Warren, Bradley Co, Arkansas.4 She was buried in Oakland Cemetery, Warren, Bradley Co, Arkansas.5
     Amelia Bernice Parker appeared on the 1910 federal census of Ouachita Co, Arkansas, in the household of Herbert Otto Lubbes; her one child was alive in 1910.2 Amelia Bernice Parker appeared on the 1920 federal census of Union Co, Arkansas, in the household of Herbert Otto Lubbes.6 Amelia Bernice Parker appeared on the 1930 federal census of Bradley Co, Arkansas, in the household of Herbert Otto Lubbes.1 Amelia Bernice Parker was listed in the WWII draft registration record of Herbert Otto Lubbes 27 April 1942.7

Children of Amelia Bernice Parker and Herbert Otto Lubbes

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Bradley County, Arkansas, population schedule, Pennington Township, Warren town, enumeration district (ED) 6-8, page/sheet 156B/7B, dwelling 144, family 146, Herbert O Lubbes household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 66.
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Ouachita County, Arkansas, population schedule, Cleveland Township, enumeration district (ED) 116, page/sheet 92B/22B, dwelling 425, family 427, Herbert O Lubbes household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 59.
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 25 May 2013), entry for Herman Otto Lubbes.
  4. "Bradley County Family Bibles: Family Bible of Herbert Otto Lubbes and Amelia Bernice Parker," RootsWeb.com (http://www.rootsweb.com/~arbradle/bibles/lubbes_bible.html : accessed Aug 2006).
  5. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 25 May 2013), entry for Berniece Lubbes.
  6. 1920 U. S. Census, Union County, Arkansas, population schedule, Wesson town, enumeration district (ED) 175, page/sheet 42A/3A, dwelling 43, family 48, Herbert O Lubbes household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 84.
  7. "U S World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 2006), entry for Herbert Otto Lubbes. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Regional Branches, various locations.

Anderson Parker

Last Edited=13 Jul 2009
     Anderson Parker married Florence Adaline Rudd, daughter of Elijah L Rudd and Elizabeth Garland, 4 July 1875 in Rhea Co, Tennessee.1

Citations

  1. "Purserfamily.net," family-tree database, Tom Varner Purser (http://www.purserfamily.net : accessed Sep 2007), Florence Adeline Rudd. [Tom Varner Purser; source information is provided; updated 6 May 2006].

Bessie Erma Parker

Bessie Emma (Parker) Hesser
Last Edited=5 Mar 2011
     Bessie Erma Parker was born 8 April 1914 in Valpariso, Saunders Co, Nebraska.1,2 She married Samuel A Hesser, son of James Oscar Hesser and Maggie Van Epern.1 Bessie Erma Parker died 5 January 2007 in St Joseph's Mercy Health Center, Hot Springs, Garland Co, Arkansas, at age 92 (last residence was Hot Springs Village, Garland County, Arkansas).1 She was buried 8 January 2007 in Lincoln Memorial Park, Lincoln, Lancaster Co, Nebraska.1
     Her Social Security Number was 508-09-9227, issued before 1951 in Nebraska.2 Her obituary stated: ". . . . Mrs Hesser died Friday, Jan 5, 2007, in St Joseph's Regional Medical Center. She was born in Valpariso, Neb, to the late Fred and Muriel Parker and became a member of East Lincoln Christian Church in Lincoln, Neb, and Balboa Baptist Church. Mrs Hesser was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Samuel A Hesser, and by two sisters and a brother. Surviving are daughters Kay Bloom and her husband, Richard, of Dallas; Mary Foust and her husband, John, of Hot Springs Village, and Connie Biggs and her husband Ralph, of Wichita, Kan; six grandchildren, three step-grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. . . ."1

Children of Bessie Erma Parker and Samuel A Hesser

Citations

  1. "Obituary: B Erma Parker Hesser," Hot Springs Village (Arkansas) Voice, 10 Jan 2007; Web edition (http://www.hsvvoice.com/news/2007-01-10/obituaries/037.html : accessed 27 Feb 2011).
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 27 Feb 2011), entry for Bessie E Hesser, SS no. 508-09-9227; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).

Lulah Hicks Parker

Last Edited=21 Dec 2008
     Lulah Hicks Parker was born 15 October 1874 in Persimmon, Rabun Co, Georgia.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Robert Huey Parker.1 Lulah Hicks Parker married William Hamlin Alley, son of Shadrick Hamlin Jackson Alley and Susan Tench Purdy, 1 November 1911 (marriage performed by Rev J A Bone).4,5 Lulah Hicks Parker died 4 July 1932 at age 57.3 She was buried in Alley's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery, Clarkesville, Habersham Co, Georgia.3
     Lulah Hicks Parker appeared on the 1920 federal census of Habersham Co, Georgia, in the household of William Hamlin Alley.2 Lulah Hicks Parker appeared on the 1930 federal census of Habersham Co, Georgia, in the household of William Hamlin Alley.6

Child of Lulah Hicks Parker and William Hamlin Alley

Citations

  1. Harrison Alley, "Re: Stoy-Alley Genealogy," e-mail message from lilyally@alltel.net to Robert Stoy, 19 Dec 2008.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Habersham County, Georgia, population schedule, Clarkesville, enumeration district (ED) 83, page/sheet 13A/13A, dwelling 234, family 241, Hamlin W Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 261.
  3. "Saving Graves: Habersham County, Georgia: Alley's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery," transcription, RootsWeb.com (http://www.rootsweb.com/~gahcsg/alleyschapelmethcem/… : accessed 1 Aug 2007), entry for Lulah Parker Alley. [Kim Gordon; updated 2 Oct 2006].
  4. Gene Alley, Alley Ancestors (Cullman, Alabama: Gregath Publishing Company, 1994), GA-6.
  5. "Alley Bible," transcript, Bible Records Online (http://www.biblerecords.com/alley.html : accessed Feb 2004), entry for descendants of Shadrick Alley. Material copied from Georgia Genealogical Records, Vol 383, submitted to DAR 1950 by the Elijah Clark Chapter NSDAR. In 1950, the bible was in the possession of Mr Hamlin Alley of Clarksville, GA.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Habersham County, Georgia, population schedule, Clarkesville, enumeration district (ED) 69-2, page/sheet 14B/7B, dwelling 131, family 136, Hamlin Alley household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 367.

Martha A Parker

Last Edited=13 Jul 2009
     Martha A Parker was born between 1866 and 1867 in Tennessee.1 She was the daughter of Sallie [-?-].1 Martha A Parker married Elijah L Rudd, son of Elijah L Rudd and Elizabeth Garland, 26 February 1891 in Rhea Co, Tennessee.2
     Martha A Parker appeared on the 1910 federal census of Rhea Co, Tennessee, enumerated 30 April 1910. Household: Mrs Mattie Rudd (43), Garland (son - 18), Cecle (son - 14), Bass (son - 5), and Sallie Parker (moth - 87), residing in the 3rd district where Mrs Mattie was widowed.1 She appeared on the 1920 federal census of Rhea Co, Tennessee, enumerated 20 January 1920. Household: Mattie Rudd (56), Boss (son - 14), and Sarah (sil - 68), residing in the 3rd district where Mattie owned her home free of mortgage and was widowed.3 She appeared on the 1930 federal census of Walker Co, Georgia, in the household of Cecil Rudd, her son - she was widowed.4

Children of Martha A Parker and Elijah L Rudd

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Rhea County, Tennessee, population schedule, 3rd district, enumeration district (ED) 103, page/sheet 95B/11B, dwelling 196, family 196, Mrs Mattie Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1516.
  2. "Purserfamily.net," family-tree database, Tom Varner Purser (http://www.purserfamily.net : accessed Sep 2007), Elijah Rudd. [Tom Varner Purser; source information is provided; updated 6 May 2006].
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Rhea County, Tennessee, population schedule, 3rd district, enumeration district (ED) 100, page/sheet 236B/8B, dwelling 130, family 131, Mattie Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1758.
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Walker County, Georgia, population schedule, Rossville, enumeration district (ED) 148-17, page/sheet 215B/2B, dwelling ?, family ?, Cecil Rudd household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 390.

Robert Huey Parker1

Last Edited=21 Dec 2008
     Robert Huey Parker was born 14 March 1835.1 He died 14 February 1910 at age 74.1 He was buried in Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, near Clarkesville, Habersham Co, Georgia.1

Child of Robert Huey Parker

Citations

  1. Harrison Alley, "Re: Stoy-Alley Genealogy," e-mail message from lilyally@alltel.net to Robert Stoy, 19 Dec 2008.

James R Parkerson

Last Edited=28 Jul 2013
     James R Parkerson was born in June 1859 in Tennessee.1 He married Ellen [-?-] between 1882 and 1883.1
     James R Parkerson appeared on the 1900 federal census of Woods Co, Oklahoma Territory, enumerated 5 June 1900. Household: James R Parkerson (40), Ellen (wif - 37), Emma G (dau - 16), Reatha M (dau - 14), Belva L (dau - 12), Joseph E (son - 6), Wesley L (son - 4), and Jesse W (son - 1), residing in Stella Township, where James R was a farmer who owned his farm free of mortgage.1 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Los Angeles Co, California, enumerated 8 April 1930. Household: James R Parkerson (70), Ella (wif - 67), Reatha Carmean (dau - 44), Lester Carmean (grson - 24), James (grson - 19), and Bert Nash (roomer - 54), residing at 410 East 10th Street, Pomona, where James R had no occupation listed and owned his home valued at $1700.2

Child of James R Parkerson and Ellen [-?-]

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Woods County, Oklahoma Territory, population schedule, Stella Township, enumeration district (ED) 239, page/sheet 96A/3A, dwelling 43, family 45, James R Parkerson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1344.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Los Angeles County, California, population schedule, Pomona city, enumeration district (ED) 19-1461, page/sheet 186B/6B, dwelling 165, family 203, James R Parkerson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 174.

Reatha Parkerson

Last Edited=27 Dec 2013
     Reatha Parkerson was born in October 1885 in Kansas.1 She was the daughter of James R Parkerson and Ellen [-?-].1 Reatha Parkerson married John Franklin Carmean, son of George W Carmean and Mary Elizabeth Houser, between 1902 and 1903.2 Reatha Parkerson and John Franklin Carmean were divorced.3 Reatha Parkerson was buried in Bull Shoals, Marion Co, Arkansas.4
     Reatha Parkerson appeared on the 1900 federal census of Woods Co, Oklahoma Territory, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1910 federal census of Cowley Co, Kansas, in the household of John Franklin Carmean; both her children were alive in 1910.2 Reatha Parkerson appeared on the 1930 federal census of Los Angeles Co, California, in her parent's household and was noted as divorced.3 Lived in or near Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas in 1946.4

Children of Reatha Parkerson and John Franklin Carmean

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Woods County, Oklahoma Territory, population schedule, Stella Township, enumeration district (ED) 239, page/sheet 96A/3A, dwelling 43, family 45, James R Parkerson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1344.
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Cowley County, Kansas, population schedule, Creswell Township, enumeration district (ED) 52, page/sheet 126A/7A, dwelling 96, family 97, Frank Carmean household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 435.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Los Angeles County, California, population schedule, Pomona city, enumeration district (ED) 19-1461, page/sheet 186B/6B, dwelling 165, family 203, James R Parkerson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 174.
  4. Bob R Anderson, "Re: Update to Carmean Info," e-mail message from bobbie.r.anderson@us.army.mil to Robert Stoy, 15 Nov 2007. Contains original source listings for most information.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Bourbon County, Kansas, population schedule, Anthony city, enumeration district (ED) 75, page/sheet 175A/15A, dwelling 233, family 234, Ray Brookes household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 533.

Griffith Mead Parlaman1

Last Edited=29 Sep 2007
     Griffith Mead Parlaman was born 20 April 1923.1 He married Doris V Simmons, daughter of Fred M Simmons and Nellie B Wilcox.2 Griffith Mead Parlaman died 22 October 1991 in his home, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, Tennessee, at age 68.1,3 He was buried 29 October 1991 in Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, Tennessee.1
     Griffith Mead Parlaman saw military service in World War II and Korea beginning with his enlistment 9 Feb 1943 and ending with his leaving the service as a major in the USAF 5 Mar 1956.1 His Social Security Number was 536-18-6354, issued before 1951 in Washington.4 His obituary stated: "Parlaman, Griffith M 'Bud,' 68, of Chattanooga, died Tuesday, Oct 22, at his home. He was retired from the US Air Force after many years as a fighter and test pilot. After his retirement, he worked with such aviation companies as Rockwell International, Lockheed and Northrop. He worked at Edwards Air Force Base in Lancaster, Calif, before moving to Chattanooga in 1989. He was a member of the Retired Officers Organization and was president and cofounder of the Chattanooga Bob Sled Club. He was an Episcopalian and was preceded in death by his father, Griffith Gates Parlaman. Survivors indlude his wife, Doris Parlaman; two sons, Michael C and Griffith S Parlaman, both of Torrance, Calif; sister, Frances Helena Copp; stepmother, Irene Parlaman, both of Tacoma, Wash; two grandchildren. . . ."3

Children of Griffith Mead Parlaman and Doris V Simmons

Citations

  1. "U S Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx : accessed 16 Aug 2007), entry for Griffith Mead Parlaman. Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator.
  2. "Obituary: Mrs Nellie Wilcox Simmons," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 10 Jan 1987, A8.
  3. "Obituaries: Griffith M Parlaman," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 26 Oct 1991, A6.
  4. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 16 Aug 2007), entry for Griffith M Parlaman, SS no. 536-18-6354; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  5. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 16 Aug 2007), entry for Griffith S Parlaman. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
  6. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 16 Aug 2007), entry for Michael C Parlaman. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.

Griffith Sean Parlaman

Last Edited=17 Aug 2007
     Griffith Sean Parlaman was born 30 October 1958 in Los Angeles Co, California.1 He was the son of Griffith Mead Parlaman and Doris V Simmons.1 Griffith Sean Parlaman died 23 November 2002 in Pattaya, Jomtien, Thailand, at age 44.2
     Griffith Sean Parlaman was mentioned in the obituary of Griffith Mead Parlaman 26 October 1991.3 His obituary stated: "Sean Parlaman, 44, a former resident and active community member of Ashland from 1990 to 2001, died on Nov 23, 2002, in Pattaya, Jomtien, Thailand, after a fall from a high-rise apartment building.
Born in Southern California on Oct 30, 1958, he grew up in the Antelope Valley. He was a scriptwriter, working on such television shows as "The Wonder Years." He also appeared in several movies, including Mac and Me.
Mr Parlaman moved to Ashland in 1990 where he earned a bachelor's degree in 1994 from Southern Oregon State College and pursued graduate studies at Southern Oregon University and the University of Oregon. While a student, he was involved in theater, journalism, and filmmaking. He first visited Thailand through an SOSC Global Graduates scholarship and returned to that country many times to visit.
He worked in Ashland as a teacher and journalist and in Medford at Bear Creek Corporation. An enthusiastic supporter of Ashland High School sports, he was active in the booster club and read the half-time sports report at Grizzly football games for several seasons. He also had been avidly involved in martial arts at both the Ashland YMCA and Ashland Champion Karate, where he attained the level of black belt. He was an animal lover and long-time vegetarian.
Before moving to Thailand in 2001, Sean was a member of the South Mountain Friends Meeting and a number of political organizations, including the Pacific Green Party for which he was instrumental in getting the Ashland chapter started. Sean spearheaded the appearance in Ashland of Winona La Duke prior to the 2000 presidential election.
He is survived by his mother Doris, for whom he was a caregiver; a brother, Michael Parlaman, of Chattanooga, Tenn; and several nieces. . . ."2

Citations

  1. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 16 Aug 2007), entry for Griffith S Parlaman. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.
  2. "Obituary: Sean Parlaman," Ashland Daily Tidings, Oregon, 2003; viewed on-line at http://www.dailytidings.com/2003/news0429/042903n8.shtml : accessed 16 Aug 2007.
  3. "Obituaries: Griffith M Parlaman," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 26 Oct 1991, A6.

Michael C Parlaman1

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Michael C Parlaman is the son of Griffith Mead Parlaman and Doris V Simmons.1

Citations

  1. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 16 Aug 2007), entry for Michael C Parlaman. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.

Thomas Parrot1

Last Edited=28 Apr 2001
     Thomas Parrot married Rosanah Rutan, daughter of Abraham Rutan and Anne [-?-], 20 December 1786.1,2
     Thomas Parrot was named in the will of Abraham Rutan as husband of daughter Rosanah 20 September 1792 in Morris Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. Abraham Rutan will (20 September 1792), Lib No 34, folio 148, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton.
  2. John Littel, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999).

Bascom L Parsons

Last Edited=22 Jan 2011
     Bascom L Parsons was born 20 April 1915 in West Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Harlan Parsons and M Ella [-?-].2 Bascom L Parsons died 12 July 1978 in Saint Lucie Co, Florida, at age 63 (last residence at Fort Pierce, Saint Lucie County, Florida).1,3
     Bascom L Parsons appeared on the 1920 federal census of Hillsborough Co, Florida, in his father's household.2 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in his father's household.4 He saw military service after his enlistment 29 Aug 1941 in the Army Air Corps at Fort Thomas Newport, Kentucky. He was a resident of Cabell County, West Virginia, had one year of high school and was single without dependents; height 6' - 1", weight 164 pounds.5 His Social Security Number was 234-18-8110, issued before 1951 in West Virginia.1

Bascom Parsons lived in Fort Pierce, Florida, and resided with Virginia S Parsons - Virginia appears in the SSDI database as born 1923, died 1988).6

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 20 Jan 2011), entry for Bascom Parsons, SS no. 234-18-8110; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service).
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Hillsborough County, Florida, population schedule, Tampa, 9th precinct, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 220B/1B, dwelling 8, family 13 & 14, Isaac M Talbott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 223.
  3. "Florida Death Index 1936-1998," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 Jan 2011), entry for Bascom L Parsons. Original data: State of Florida. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998. Florida: Florida Health Department, Office of Vital Records, 1998.
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Gideon district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 6-15, page/sheet 270A/26A, dwelling -, family -, Harlan Parsons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2528.
  5. "U S Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 Jan 2011), entry for Bascom L Parsons. Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.
  6. "People Search," database, PrivateEye.com (http://www.privateeye.com : accessed 20 Jan 2011), entry for Bascom Parsons.

Daisy Dean Parsons

Last Edited=22 Jan 2011
     Daisy Dean Parsons was born between 1913 and 1914 in West Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Harlan Parsons and M Ella [-?-].1
     Daisy Dean Parsons appeared on the 1920 federal census of Hillsborough Co, Florida, in her father's household.1 She appeared on the 1930 federal census of Cabell Co, West Virginia, in her father's household.2

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Hillsborough County, Florida, population schedule, Tampa, 9th precinct, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 220B/1B, dwelling 8, family 13 & 14, Isaac M Talbott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 223.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Cabell County, West Virginia, population schedule, Gideon district, Huntington city, enumeration district (ED) 6-15, page/sheet 270A/26A, dwelling -, family -, Harlan Parsons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2528.