John Simpson

Last Edited=27 Jun 2015
     John Simpson was the son of William Simpson and Sarah "Sally" Brown.1

Citations

  1. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.

John Simpson

Last Edited=27 Jun 2015
     John Simpson was the son of John Simpson 3rd and Susan Drake.1 John Simpson married [-?-] Waldron, daughter of Samuel V Waldron.1
     He married his cousin, a daughter of Samuel Waldron.1

Citations

  1. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.

John Simpson 3rd1

Last Edited=15 Sep 2015
     John Simpson 3rd was the son of John Simpson and Sarah Carle.2 John Simpson 3rd married Susan Drake.3
     John Simpson 3rd was named in the will of John Simpson as his son and executor 5 May 1786 in Gloucester Co, Province of New Jersey.2 John Simpson Jr, executor of estate of John Simpson, deceased, advertised for sale on 6 Aug 1787 one-half part of grist mill formerly the property of John Simpson. This was situated about one mile from Turkey Meeting House in Essex County. He also advertised a good house with a tradesman's shop adjoining three acres with a young orchard.4

Children of John Simpson 3rd and Susan Drake

Citations

  1. "Stoy Family Genealogy Manuscript", Ann Arnold Hennings, 25 Dec 1981; R Stoy Genealogy Library, Aliso Viejo, California.
  2. John Simpson will (5 May 1786), Will Book 28, pg 393, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  3. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 384.
  4. Thomas B Wilson, Notices From New Jersey Newspapers 1781-1790, Records of New Jersey, Volume I (Lambertville, New Jersey: Hunterdon House, 1988), 247.
  5. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.

Jonathan Simpson

Last Edited=3 Dec 2012
     Jonathan Simpson was the son of William R Simpson.1 Jonathan Simpson died before 8 September 1865.1

Citations

  1. Ruth M Slevin, Franklin County, Indiana - Will Records 1813-1936 S-Z (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), entry for William R Simpson; digital images, Familysearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/show : accessed 7 Nov 2012).

Julia Simpson

Last Edited=9 Nov 2012
     Julia Simpson was born between 1834 and 1835 in Indiana.1 She was the daughter of Stephen Simpson and Lucinda [-?-].1
YearLocation
1850Franklin Co, Indiana1
     Julia Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, in the household of Stephen Simpson.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, p. 388A, dwelling -, family 107, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 146.

Leo Simpson

Last Edited=15 Nov 2012
     Leo Simpson was born in May 1880 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Oliver Simpson and Malinda E Hawthorn.1
YearLocation
1880Marion Co, Indiana1
     Leo Simpson appeared on the 1880 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, enumeration district (ED) 112, p. 195B & 196A, dwelling 548, family 591, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 295.

Lydia Simpson

Last Edited=22 Sep 2015
     Lydia Simpson was born 30 November 1765 in Province of New Jersey.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Simeon Simpson and Mary Mulford.5,2 Lydia Simpson was baptized 15 June 1766 in New Providence Presbyterian Church, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.5 She married Samuel Sayre, son of Samuel Sayre, circa 1784 likely in Province of New Jersey.6,7 Lydia Simpson died 4 March 1841 in Washington Co, Pennsylvania, at age 75.8,3 She was buried in Upper Ten Mile Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Prosperity, Washington Co, Pennsylvania.3
     Lydia Simpson was named in the will of Samuel Sayre as his wife 23 May 1811 in Washington Co, Pennsylvania.6,10 Lydia Simpson appeared on the 1820 federal census of Washington Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 7 Aug 1820. Household of Lydia Sayer: one male >45, one female 10-16 and one female >45 (Lydia) - one person was engaged in agriculture.9 She was named in the will of Simeon Simpson as his daughter 14 August 1823 in Washington Co, Pennsylvania.11 Lydia does not appear as head of household in the censuses of 1830 and 1840 in either Washington or Greene counties - she must be living with a family member.

On 4 Nov 1840, Lydia Sayer signed an affidavit in Washington County, Pennsylvania, with her mark that she knew Eleanor Rutan, applicant for a widow's pension for Samuel Rutan. She said she lived in the immediate neighborhood of Eleanor and Samuel at the time of their marriage and that she recalled that her father and mother had gone to the wedding. She believed that Samuel had several tours of duty after his marriage.12

Children of Lydia Simpson and Samuel Sayre

Citations

  1. Simeon Simpson file; W4586; Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files (Washington DC: The National Archives.)
  2. Sylvester Myers, Myers' History of West Virginia (in Two Volumes), Volume II (Wheeling, West Virginia: Wheeling News Lithograph Company, 1915), 325.
  3. Greg R Dunn, compiler, Burials in the Upper Ten Mile Church Cemetery: Located in the Village of Prosperity, Morris Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1995), 17.
  4. Although some sources say Lydia was born in Pennsylvania, her birth location was New Jersey because her father did not move west to Pennsylvania until after the Revolutionary War and her christening took place in New Providence.
  5. "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 5.
  6. Bob and Mary Closson, compiler, Abstracts of Washington County Pennsylvania Willbooks 1-5 (1776-1841) (Apollo, Pennsylvania: Closson Press, 1995), 158; [recompiled from original abstracts by the Genealogical Records Group of Citizens Library, Washington, Pennsylvania between 1973-1982].
  7. "Gamber, Bumgarner, Armstrong, Day and Related New England, Ny, VA and PA Pioneers," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed May 2006), entry for Rutan, Sayre and allied families. [Daniel Gamber, daniel@gamber.net; many sources are given on the web site; updated 5 Mar 2006].
  8. Theodore M Banta, Sayre Family: Lineage of Thomas Sayre, a Founder of Southampton (1901; reprint Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company.)
  9. 1820 U. S. Census, Washington County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Amwell Township, p. 227A, line 24, Lydia Sayer household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 113.
  10. Samuel Sayre will (23 May 1811), Book 2: 356, Washington County Courthouse, Washington, Pennsylvania.
  11. Simeon Simpson will (14 Aug 1823), vol. 4, Washington County Courthouse, Washington, Pennsylvania.
  12. "Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files," digital images, Fold3.com (http://www.fold3.com/… : accessed 20 Oct 2013); Samuel Rutan, (New Jersey); citing "Case Files of Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Applications Based on Revolutionary War Service, compiled ca. 1800 - ca. 1912, documenting the period ca. 1775 - ca. 1900," Pension File W4506, Record Group 15, NARA, Washington, DC.

Lydia Ann Simpson

Last Edited=26 May 2013
     Lydia Ann Simpson was born in July 1842 in Indiana (tombstone has 1844 as birth year.)1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett.2 Lydia Ann Simpson married William L Harper 4 February 1867 in Marion Co, Indiana.5 Lydia Ann Simpson and William L Harper were divorced.6 Lydia Ann Simpson died in 1922.3 She was buried 27 December 1922 in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion Co, Indiana.3
     Lydia Ann Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Hamilton Co, Indiana, in the household of Lavina Faucett.2 Lydia Ann Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in the household of William L Harper.7 Lydia Ann Simpson appeared on the 1880 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in the household of William L Harper.8 Lydia Ann Simpson appeared on the 1900 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, enumerated 5 June 1900. Household: Lydia Harper (57), John W (son - 27), Henry L (son - 22), and Lavina Smith (moth - 86), residing at 933 Stillwell Street, Indianapolis 8th Ward, where Lydia rented her home and her two children were alive in 1900.4

Children of Lydia Ann Simpson and William L Harper

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, p. 211B, dwelling 443, family 471, William Harper household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Indiana, population schedule, Delaware Township, p. 50A, dwelling 124, family 125, Levina Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 148.
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 9 Nov 2012), entry for Lydia A Harper.
  4. 1900 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 8th Ward, enumeration district (ED) 108, page/sheet 19B/2B, dwelling 49, family 52, Lydia Harper household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 389.
  5. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 9 Nov 2012), entry for William L Harper. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  6. 1900 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 1st Ward, enumeration district (ED) 22, page/sheet 74A/2A & 74B/2B, dwelling 32, family 30, Wm Parrott household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 387.
  7. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 4th Ward, p. 211B, dwelling 443, family 471, William Harper household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  8. 1880 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, enumeration district (ED) 120, p. 442B, dwelling 238, family 274, William Harper household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 295.
  9. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 9 Nov 2012), Lavina M Perrott. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  10. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 9 Nov 2012), Andrew R Harper. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  11. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 9 Nov 2012), Henry L Harper. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Magdalena Simpson

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Magdalena Simpson was the daughter of John Simpson and Sarah Carle. Magdalena Simpson married Samuel V Waldron 26 March 1774 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.1,2,3,4
     Magdalena Simpson was also known as Lynche Simpson.3

They went to French Creek, Pennsylvania, after marriage.3 She was named in the will of John Simpson as his daughter and wife of Samuel Waldron 5 May 1786 in Gloucester Co, Province of New Jersey.1

Magdalena Simpson Waldron was listed as the wife of Samuel Waldron in his pension file and she was noted as his widow so she lived past January of 1849.4

Citations

  1. John Simpson will (5 May 1786), Will Book 28, pg 393, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  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. 4 (Oct 1943): 87-92, specifically 92.
  3. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 384.
  4. "Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files," digital images, Fold3.com (http://www.fold3.com/title_467/revolutionary_war_pensions/ : accessed 6 February 2014); Samuel Waldron - S11639, (New Jersey); citing “Case Files of Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Applications Based on Revolutionary War Service, compiled ca. 1800 - ca. 1912, documenting the period ca. 1775 - ca. 1900,” Record Group 15, microfilm M804, NARA, Washington, D.C.

Margaret Simpson1

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Margaret Simpson was born between 1750 and 1751.2 She was the daughter of John Simpson and Sarah Carle.3 Margaret Simpson married Jonathan Howel Osborn, son of John Osborn and Puah Howel, 9 February 1783 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.4,5,2 Margaret Simpson died 7 September 1832.2 She was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.6
     Margaret Simpson was named in the will of John Simpson as his daughter and wife of Howel Orsburn 5 May 1786 in Gloucester Co, Province of New Jersey.3

Children of Margaret Simpson and Jonathan Howel Osborn

Citations

  1. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 309.
  2. Chester Neville Jones, "Revolutionary Soldiers of New Providence," Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey 3, No. 1 (Jul 1927): 29.
  3. John Simpson will (5 May 1786), Will Book 28, pg 393, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  4. "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.
  5. 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.)
  6. "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].

Mary Simpson1

Last Edited=7 Apr 2016
     Mary Simpson was born circa 1750 (based on age 20-25 at marriage and information in her father's will of 1768.)1 She was the daughter of Alexander Simpson and Elizabeth [-?-]. Mary Simpson married Nathaniel Bonnel 14 November 1775 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.2,3
     Mary Simpson was mentioned in the following event: Alexander Simson was listed as an elder of the New Providence Presbyterian Church on 5 Jan 1768, along with his wife. Also listed was Mary Simson, Elizabeth Simson, John Simson Senr, Nathll Bonnell and his wife, and Peter Rutan.4 She was named in the will of Alexander Simpson as his daughter 15 April 1768 in Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.5,1

Citations

  1. Alexander Simpson will (15 April 1768), Will Book I, pg 308, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  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. 4 (Oct 1943): 87-92, specifically 92.
  3. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 384.
  4. "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. 4 (Oct 1944): 91-94, specifically 93.
  5. Charles Carroll Gardner, "Collection of Essex County New Jersey Families 1600 - 1900, Sc to Sim," (handwritten material, before 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), index cards for Alexander Simpson and John Simpson; FHL film #849,578.

Mary Simpson

Last Edited=12 Nov 2012
     Mary Simpson was born between 1829 and 1830 in Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett.1 Mary Simpson married David Fletcher 20 June 1846 in Marion Co, Indiana.2
YearLocation
1870Marion Co, Ohio1
     Mary Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Ohio, enumerated 5 July 1870. Household: Mary Fletcher (40), Lavinna Simpson (56), and Elizabeth Simpson (21), residing in Indianapolis 1st Ward where Mary was a dressmaker.1

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 1st Ward, p. 39B, dwelling 610, family 602, Mary Fletcher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 9 Nov 2012), David Fletcher. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Oliver Simpson

Last Edited=23 Jul 2007
     Oliver Simpson was born in 1788 in Elizabeth Town (near), Essex Co, New Jersey.1,2 He was the son of Stephen Simpson and Elizabeth Sarah Conger.3 Oliver Simpson married Elizabeth Shyright 17 April 1815.2 Oliver Simpson died in 1837 in Ross Co, Ohio.2
     Oliver Simpson was named in the will of Stephen Simpson as his deceased son 18 September 1841 in Greene Co, Pennsylvania.3

Citations

  1. Stephen Simpson file; S23918; Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files (Washington DC: The National Archives.)
  2. "Zabka-Mumaugh," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed Sep 2003), Oliver Simpson. [Theresa Mumaugh, tmumaugh@alltel.net; no sources are given on the web site; updated 19 Jan 2003].
  3. Stephen Simpson will (18 Sep 1841), Estate File # 1042, Greene County Courthouse, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.

Oliver Simpson

Last Edited=13 Nov 2012
     Oliver Simpson was born between 1800 and 1810.1 He was the son of William R Simpson.2 Oliver Simpson married Lavina Faucett 6 November 1828 in Franklin Co, Indiana.3 Oliver Simpson died between 1847 and 1850 (based on birth of Delia and not appearing in 1850 census.)2
     Oliver Simpson appeared on the 1830 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, on census date 1 Jun 1830. Household of Oliver Simpson: one male 20-30 (Oliver), one female <5, and one female 15-20.1 He appeared on the 1840 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, on census date 1 Jun 1840. Household of Oliver Simpson: two males 5-10, one male 20-30, one male 30-40 (Oliver), three females <5, two females 5-10, one female 10-15, and one female 20-30, residing in Lawrence Township with one person engaged in agriculture.4

Children of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett

Citations

  1. 1830 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, -, p. 316, line 6, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 27.
  2. Ruth M Slevin, Franklin County, Indiana - Will Records 1813-1936 S-Z (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), entry for William R Simpson; digital images, Familysearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/show : accessed 7 Nov 2012).
  3. "Indiana Marriages, 1802-1892," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7852 : accessed 7 Nov 2012), entry for Oliver Simpson. Original data: With some noted exceptions all marriage records in this collection can be found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. 1840 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Lawrence Township, p. 314A, line 26, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 88.
  5. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 1st Ward, p. 39B, dwelling 610, family 602, Mary Fletcher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  6. 1850 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Indiana, population schedule, Delaware Township, p. 50A, dwelling 124, family 125, Levina Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 148.
  7. 1900 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 8th Ward, enumeration district (ED) 108, page/sheet 24A/7A, dwelling 137, family 152, Chas J Brady household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 389.
  8. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Ohio, Death Index, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007," database and digital images, FamilySearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1949341 : accessed 8 Nov 2012), entry for Virginia Williamson. Original data: Department of Health. Ohio Certificates of Death. Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.

Oliver Simpson

Last Edited=15 Nov 2012
     Oliver Simpson was born in May 1844 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett.2 Oliver Simpson married first Malinda E Hawthorn 6 March 1867 in Marion Co, Indiana.3 Oliver Simpson married second Mary A Pelterman, daughter of William Pelterman and [-?-] Sholtz, 17 October 1903 in Marion Co, Indiana.3
     Oliver Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Hamilton Co, Indiana, in the household of Lavina Faucett.2 Oliver Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, enumerated 5 July 1870. Household: Oliver Simpson (25), Malinda (22), and William O (1), residing in Indianapolis 1st Ward where Oliver was a teamster who had personal property valued at $500 - this was the first census enumeration.4 He appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, enumerated 7 February 1871. Household: Oliver Simpson (25), Malinda (23), and William (1), residing in Indianapolis where Oliver was a teamster and had personal property valued at $2,000 - this was the second census enumeration; the difference in valuations might be due to a parent's death or the valuations listed are simply unreliable.5 He appeared on the 1880 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, enumerated 18 June 1880. Household: Oliver Simpson (35), Malinda (wif - 33), William (son - 11), Alice (dau - 9), Frank E (son - 6), Hary R (son - 5), and Leo (son - 1/12), residing at 175 St Clair Street, Indianapolis, where Oliver was a laborer.6 He appeared on the 1900 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in the household of Charles D Free, his son-in-law; he was widowed.1

Children of Oliver Simpson and Malinda E Hawthorn

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, enumeration district (ED) 107, page/sheet 9A/1A, dwelling 2, family 2, Charles D Free household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 389.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Indiana, population schedule, Delaware Township, p. 50A, dwelling 124, family 125, Levina Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 148.
  3. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Indiana, Marriages, 1780-1992," database, Familysearch.org (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/… : accessed 12 Nov 2012), Oliver Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 1st Ward, p. 38B, dwelling 596, family 588, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  5. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, p. 74B, dwelling 174, family 209, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  6. 1880 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, enumeration district (ED) 112, p. 195B & 196A, dwelling 548, family 591, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 295.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.

Pamela Simpson

Last Edited=27 Jun 2015
     Pamela Simpson was the daughter of William Simpson and Sarah "Sally" Brown.1

Citations

  1. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.

Phebe Simpson

Last Edited=11 Mar 2016
     Phebe Simpson was born circa 1745.1,2 She was the daughter of Alexander Simpson and Elizabeth [-?-].1,3 Phebe Simpson married Joseph Cory, son of Elnathan Cory and Sarah Parsons, 10 September 1765 in New Providence Presbyterian Church, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.4 Phebe Simpson died 7 January 1784 in Elizabeth Town, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.5
     Phebe Simpson was named in the will of Alexander Simpson as his daughter 15 April 1768 in Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.1,3

Children of Phebe Simpson and Joseph Cory

Citations

  1. Charles Carroll Gardner, "Collection of Essex County New Jersey Families 1600 - 1900, Sc to Sim," (handwritten material, before 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), index cards for Alexander Simpson and John Simpson; FHL film #849,578.
  2. "Zabka-Mumaugh," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed Sep 2003), Phebe Simpson. [Theresa Mumaugh, tmumaugh@alltel.net; no sources are given on the web site; updated 19 Jan 2003].
  3. Alexander Simpson will (15 April 1768), Will Book I, pg 308, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  4. "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. 4 (Oct 1943): 87-92, specifically 88.
  5. "Cory Family Society - John 1 of Southold," database, Cory Family Society (http://www.coryfamsoc.com/john1/ : accessed May 2006), entry for descendants of Elnathan Cory. [Earl S Cory, earlcory@thecorys.com; some source information is given; updated 31 Oct 2004].

Phebe Simpson

Last Edited=10 Nov 2012
     Phebe Simpson was born between 1839 and 1840 in Ohio (birth should be in Indiana.)1 She was the daughter of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett.1
YearLocation
1850Hamilton Co, Indiana1
     Phebe Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Hamilton Co, Indiana, in the household of Lavina Faucett.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Indiana, population schedule, Delaware Township, p. 50A, dwelling 124, family 125, Levina Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 148.

Polly Simpson

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Polly Simpson was baptized 9 October 1791 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of Alexander Simpson and Elizabeth Cauldwell.1 Polly Simpson died 27 December 1793 in Essex Co, New Jersey, at age 2.2 She was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.2

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 67.
  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. 4 (Oct 1944): 91-94, specifically 92.

Rachael Eileen Simpson1

Last Edited=28 Feb 2006
     Rachael Eileen Simpson is the daughter of Robert Marshall Simpson and Penny Gardner Paska.1

Citations

  1. Charles J C Maffett, "Maffett Family Research Papers," copy of material provided to Robert Stoy by Charles J C Maffett Jan 2006. Material in possession of Robert Stoy, 3 Collingwood, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 as of Mar 2006.

Rachel Simpson

Last Edited=4 May 2014
     Rachel Simpson was baptized 13 April 1788 in New Providence Presbyterian Church, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Simpson and Jane Pierson.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. 3 (Jul 1943): 63-72, specifically 65.

Robert Marshall Simpson1

Last Edited=28 Feb 2006

Citations

  1. Charles J C Maffett, "Maffett Family Research Papers," copy of material provided to Robert Stoy by Charles J C Maffett Jan 2006. Material in possession of Robert Stoy, 3 Collingwood, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 as of Mar 2006.

Samuel Simpson

Last Edited=29 Jul 2007
     Samuel Simpson was born in 1803 in Morris Township, Greene Co, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Alexander Simpson and Abigail Sanders. Samuel Simpson died 4 February 1882 in Pleasant Plains, Jefferson Co, Iowa.1
     Samuel's descendants are the subject of the Gerischer website - they migrated from Greene County, Pennsylvania to Ohio and then to Iowa.2

Citations

  1. "Zabka-Mumaugh," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed Sep 2003), Samuel Simpson. [Theresa Mumaugh, tmumaugh@alltel.net; no sources are given on the web site; updated 19 Jan 2003].
  2. "Gerischer Family," family-tree database, Debbie Clough Gerischer (http://gerischer.rootsweb.com : accessed Jul 2002), Samuel Simpson. [Debbie Clough Gerischer, bare67deb@aol.com; no sources given].

Sarah "Sally" Simpson

Last Edited=14 Sep 2015
     Sarah "Sally" Simpson was the daughter of John Simpson and Sarah Carle. Sarah "Sally" Simpson married Enoch Badgley.1 Sarah "Sally" Simpson died 23 April 1784 in Province of New Jersey.2 She was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.2

Children of Sarah "Sally" Simpson and Enoch Badgley

Citations

  1. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 384.
  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 65.
  3. John Simpson will (5 May 1786), Will Book 28, pg 393, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.

Sarah "Sally" Simpson

Last Edited=14 May 2015
     Sarah "Sally" Simpson was born between 1791 and 1792 in New Jersey.1,2 She was the daughter of John Simpson 3rd and Susan Drake.1 Sarah "Sally" Simpson married Stephen Whitehead Beach, son of James Beach, 18 March 1809.1
YearLocation
1850Verango Co, Pennsylvania2
     Sarah "Sally" Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Verango Co, Pennsylvania, in the household of Stephen Whitehead Beach.2

Citations

  1. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Verango County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Irwin Township, p. 44A, dwelling 75, family 75, Stephen W Beach household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 832.

Sidney Simpson

Last Edited=3 Dec 2012
     Sidney Simpson was born between 1846 and 1847 in Ohio (birth should be in Indiana.)1 She was the daughter of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett.1
YearLocation
1850Hamilton Co, Indiana1
     Sidney Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Hamilton Co, Indiana, in the household of Lavina Faucett.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Indiana, population schedule, Delaware Township, p. 50A, dwelling 124, family 125, Levina Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 148.

Simeon Simpson

Last Edited=8 Apr 2016
     Simeon Simpson was born 14 August 1742 in Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.1,2 He was the son of Alexander Simpson and Elizabeth [-?-].3 Simeon Simpson married first Mary Mulford, daughter of Ezekiel Mulford and Bathiah [-?-], 10 February 1763.1,2 Simeon Simpson married second Sarah Rutan, daughter of Abraham Rutan and Anne [-?-], 6 June 1775 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.1,4,5,6 Simeon Simpson died 6 April 1830 in Prosperity, Washington Co, Pennsylvania, at age 87.1 He was buried in Upper Ten Mile Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Prosperity, Washington Co, Pennsylvania.7 His estate was probated 13 April 1830 in Washington Co, Pennsylvania.8
     Simeon Simpson was named in the will of Alexander Simpson as his son and executor 15 April 1768 in Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.13,3

Simeon Simpson saw military service in the Revolutionary War, first in June 1776 and then at various times until 1781, participating in the Battle of Connecticut Farms. His service was vouched by his brother Stephen and there is a war service marker on his grave site.14,1 Simeon appeared on the tax list of Springfield, Essex County, for Aug 1781, Mar 1782 and Oct 1783.15 In 1786 he moved to Washington County, according to his pension documents and testimony by his wife, where he resided until his death.1

He appeared on the 1790 federal census of Washington Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 2 Aug 1790. Household of Simon Simson: one male >=16 (Simon) and two females.9 He was named in the will of Abraham Rutan as husband of daughter Sarah 20 September 1792 in Morris Co, New Jersey.5

On 10 Sep 1794 Simeon purchased a parcel of land on Ten Mile Creek from Stephen Sanders and wife "Catee" for which Saunders[sic] obtained a patent 2 Jun 1794.14

Simeon Simpson appeared on the 1800 federal census of Washington Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 4 Aug 1800. Household of Simeon Simpson: one male 10-16, one male >45 (Simeon), one female 16-26, and one female >45, residing in Morris Township.10 He appeared on the 1810 federal census of Washington Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 6 Aug 1810. Household of Simeon Simpson: one male 16-26, one male >45 (Simeon), two females <10, and one female >45, residing in Morris Township.11 He appeared on the 1820 federal census of Washington Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 7 Aug 1820. Household of Simeon Simpson: one male 19-26, one male >45 (Simeon), one female 10-16, and one female >45, residing in Morris Township.12

He left a will 14 August 1823 in Washington Co, Pennsylvania, (transcription available) (witnesses were Daniel Sanders and Jacob Rutan - executors were John Archer, who declined, and William Lindly.)16

Children of Simeon Simpson and Mary Mulford

Citations

  1. Simeon Simpson file; W4586; Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files (Washington DC: The National Archives.)
  2. Sylvester Myers, Myers' History of West Virginia (in Two Volumes), Volume II (Wheeling, West Virginia: Wheeling News Lithograph Company, 1915), 327.
  3. Alexander Simpson will (15 April 1768), Will Book I, pg 308, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  4. "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. 4 (Oct 1943): 87-92, specifically 92.
  5. Abraham Rutan will (20 September 1792), Lib No 34, folio 148, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  6. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 384.
  7. Greg R Dunn, compiler, Burials in the Upper Ten Mile Church Cemetery: Located in the Village of Prosperity, Morris Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1995), 17.
  8. Bob and Mary Closson, compiler, Abstracts of Washington County Pennsylvania Willbooks 1-5 (1776-1841) (Apollo, Pennsylvania: Closson Press, 1995), 369; [recompiled from original abstracts by the Genealogical Records Group of Citizens Library, Washington, Pennsylvania between 1973-1982].
  9. 1790 U. S. Census, Washington County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, p. 168, line 28, Simon Simson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M637, roll 9.
  10. 1800 U. S. Census, Washington County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 821, line 20, Simeon Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M32, roll 44.
  11. 1810 U. S. Census, Washington County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 97B, line 26, Simeon Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M252, roll 57.
  12. 1820 U. S. Census, Washington County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 258, line 21, Simeon Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 113.
  13. Charles Carroll Gardner, "Collection of Essex County New Jersey Families 1600 - 1900, Sc to Sim," (handwritten material, before 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), index cards for Alexander Simpson and John Simpson; FHL film #849,578.
  14. Helen A Simpson, Early Records of Simpson Families in Scotland, North Ireland, and Eastern United States (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J B Lippincott Company, 1927), 208.
  15. "New Jersey, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1643-1890," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx : accessed 5 May 2005), entry for Simeon Simpson. 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.
  16. Simeon Simpson will (14 Aug 1823), vol. 4, Washington County Courthouse, Washington, Pennsylvania.
  17. "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 3.
  18. "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 5.
  19. Sylvester Myers, Myers' History of West Virginia (in Two Volumes), Volume II (Wheeling, West Virginia: Wheeling News Lithograph Company, 1915), 325.

Stephen Simpson

Last Edited=5 May 2014
     Stephen Simpson was born 18 September 1749 in Elizabeth Town (near), Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.1,2 He was the son of Alexander Simpson and Elizabeth [-?-].3 Stephen Simpson married first Elizabeth Sarah Conger 17 September 1772 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Turkey (now New Providence and Summit townships), Essex Co (now in Union Co), Province of New Jersey.4 Stephen Simpson married second Mary [-?-].5 Stephen Simpson died between 19 September 1841 and 21 June 1842 in Morris Township, Greene Co, Pennsylvania.1,5 He was buried likely in Pennsylvania (I have seen web citations where Stephen was stated as buried at Upper Ten Mile Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Prosperity, Washington County, Pennsylvania, but there is no record of his burial there.)6 His estate was probated 21 June 1842 in Greene Co, Pennsylvania.5
     Stephen Simpson was named in the will of Alexander Simpson as his son 15 April 1768 in Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.12,3 Stephen's pension record states that he entered service first in June 1776 and remained in New Jersey until seven years after the Revolutionary War then removed to Pennsylvania. Since the war ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1783, we assume Stephen left New Jersey in 1790. He stated that he went first to Pennsylvania, then to Washington County, Pennsylvania and then to Greene County, Pennsylvania where he had lived for about 30 years, as of September 1832. From this, it appears Stephen was in Washington County from about 1790 to about 1800, then lived in Greene County.2 Stephen Simpson appeared on the 1800 federal census of Greene Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 4 Aug 1800. Household of Stephen Simpson: one male 10-16, three males 16-26, one male >45 (Stephen), and one female >45, residing in Morris Township.7 He appeared on the 1810 federal census of Washington Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 6 Aug 1810. Household of Stephen Simpson: two males >45, one female 10-16 and one female >45, residing in Morris Township.8 He appeared on the 1820 federal census of Greene Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 7 Aug 1820. Household of Stephen Simpson: one male <10, one male >45 (Stephen), one female 16-26, and one female >45, residing in Morris Township.9 He appeared on the 1830 federal census of Greene Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 1 Jun 1830. Household of Stephen Simpson: one male 10-15, one male 80-90 (Stephen), one female 20-30, and one female 60-70, residing in Morris Township.10 Stephen applied for his pension in September 1832, which he received in March 1833 at the rate of $60 per year. The Rev Cephas Dodd was a clergyman of Amwell Township and vouched for Stephen Simpson in his pursuit of a pension. Also, Isaac Ross of Center Township, Greene County vouched for Stephen.2 He appeared on the 1840 federal census of Greene Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 1 Jun 1840. Household of Stephen Simpson: one male 90-100 (Stephen), one female 30-40, and one female 70-80, residing in Morris Township. He was also noted as a pensioner for Revolution or military service, age 90 and "insane or idiotic at private charge."11 He left a will 18 September 1841 in Greene Co, Pennsylvania, (transcription available) (witnesses were Wm Lindly and W D Lindly - executor was George W Day.)5

Children of Stephen Simpson and Elizabeth Sarah Conger

Citations

  1. Jack Stevenson, "E-mail Query re: Simpson, Conger, Auld," e-mail message from jstevenson@xtalwind.net to RootsWeb Query Forum for Greene Co PA, Aug 16, 1998.
  2. Stephen Simpson file; S23918; Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land-Warrant Application Files (Washington DC: The National Archives.)
  3. Alexander Simpson will (15 April 1768), Will Book I, pg 308, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  4. "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. 4 (Oct 1943): 87-92, specifically 91.
  5. Stephen Simpson will (18 Sep 1841), Estate File # 1042, Greene County Courthouse, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
  6. Greg R Dunn, compiler, Burials in the Upper Ten Mile Church Cemetery: Located in the Village of Prosperity, Morris Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1995.)
  7. 1800 U. S. Census, Greene County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 92, line 21, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M32, roll 40.
  8. 1810 U. S. Census, Greene County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 16, line 14, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M252, roll 49.
  9. 1820 U. S. Census, Greene County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 331A, line 17, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 98.
  10. 1830 U. S. Census, Greene County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 411B, line 15, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 162.
  11. 1840 U. S. Census, Greene County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 45B and 46A, line 4, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 461.
  12. Charles Carroll Gardner, "Collection of Essex County New Jersey Families 1600 - 1900, Sc to Sim," (handwritten material, before 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), index cards for Alexander Simpson and John Simpson; FHL film #849,578.
  13. "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. 2 (Apr 1943): 33-38, specifically 36.

Stephen Simpson

Last Edited=9 Nov 2012
     Stephen Simpson was born between 1775 and 1794.1 He was the son of Stephen Simpson and Elizabeth Sarah Conger.2
YearLocation
1820Hamilton Co, Ohio1
     Stephen Simpson appeared on the 1820 federal census of Hamilton Co, Ohio, on census date 7 Aug 1820. Household of Stephen Simpson: two males <10, one male 26-45 (Stephen), one female <10, and one female 26-45, residing in Anderson Township with one person engaged in manufacture or trade; enumerated next to brother William R.1 He was named in the will of Stephen Simpson as his deceased son 18 September 1841 in Greene Co, Pennsylvania.2

Citations

  1. 1820 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Ohio, population schedule, Anderson Township, p. 2, line 31, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 87.
  2. Stephen Simpson will (18 Sep 1841), Estate File # 1042, Greene County Courthouse, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.

Stephen Simpson1

Last Edited=22 Dec 2014
     Stephen Simpson was born between 1812 and 1813 in Ohio.2 He was the son of William R Simpson.1,3 Stephen Simpson married Lucinda [-?-].2
     Stephen Simpson appeared on the 1840 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, on census date 1 Jun 1840. Household of Stephen Simpson: one male 5-10, one male 20-30 (Stephen), two females <5, one female 5-10, and one female 20-30, residing in Whitewater Township; enumerated three dwellings from his father, William R Simpson.4 He was named in the will of Stephen Simpson as his grandson and son of William 18 September 1841 in Greene Co, Pennsylvania.1 Stephen Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, enumerated 15 October 1850. Household: Stephen Simpson (37), Lucinda (38), Julia (15), Catherine (13), Jane (10), and Susan (7), residing in Whitewater Township where Stephen was a farmer.2 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, enumerated 18 July 1860. Household: Stephen Simpson (45) and Parmelia (24), residing in Whitewater Township where Stephen was a farmer who had personal property valued at $350.5 He was named in the will of William R Simpson as his son 8 September 1865 in Franklin Co, Indiana.3 Stephen Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, enumerated 25 June 1870. He was in the household of Lemual Sparks, aged 57 years, worked as a farmer.6

Children of Stephen Simpson and Lucinda [-?-]

Citations

  1. Stephen Simpson will (18 Sep 1841), Estate File # 1042, Greene County Courthouse, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, p. 388A, dwelling -, family 107, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 146.
  3. Ruth M Slevin, Franklin County, Indiana - Will Records 1813-1936 S-Z (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), entry for William R Simpson; digital images, Familysearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/show : accessed 7 Nov 2012).
  4. 1840 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, -, p. 259A, line 12, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 80.
  5. 1860 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, p. 160, dwelling 1115, family 1092, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 259.
  6. 1870 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, Mt Carmel, p. 479B, dwelling 105, family 105, Lemual Sparks household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 315.

Susan Simpson

Last Edited=9 Nov 2012
     Susan Simpson was born between 1842 and 1843 in Indiana.1 She was the daughter of Stephen Simpson and Lucinda [-?-].1
YearLocation
1850Franklin Co, Indiana1
     Susan Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, in the household of Stephen Simpson.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, p. 388A, dwelling -, family 107, Stephen Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 146.

Virginia Simpson

Last Edited=12 Nov 2012
     Virginia Simpson was born 12 December 1837 in Indiana (the 1850 census recorded 1833-34 as birth date and the 1900 census recorded Dec 1835.)1,2,3 She was the daughter of Oliver Simpson and Lavina Faucett.1 Virginia Simpson married Peter S Williamson, son of Peter Williamson and Hannah Lamb, between 1864 and 1865.4,5 Virginia Simpson died 19 August 1918 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co, Ohio, at age 80.1
     Virginia Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Hamilton Co, Indiana, in the household of Lavina Faucett.2 Virginia Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Vigo Co, Indiana, in the household of Peter S Williamson.6 Virginia Simpson appeared on the 1880 federal census of Butler Co, Ohio, in the household of Peter S Williamson.7 Virginia Simpson appeared on the 1900 federal census of Hamilton Co, Ohio, in the household of Francis E Williamson, her daughter; she was widowed, had been married 36 years and all three of her children were alive in 1900.3 Virginia Simpson appeared on the 1910 federal census of Hamilton Co, Ohio, in the household of Buchanan Perin, her son-in-law; three of her three children were alive in 1910.5 She was living with her daughter at 209 Parkway Ave at time of death.1

Children of Virginia Simpson and Peter S Williamson

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Ohio, Death Index, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007," database and digital images, FamilySearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1949341 : accessed 8 Nov 2012), entry for Virginia Williamson. Original data: Department of Health. Ohio Certificates of Death. Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio.
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Indiana, population schedule, Delaware Township, p. 50A, dwelling 124, family 125, Levina Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 148.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield Township, Hartwell village, enumeration district (ED) 315, page/sheet 63A/4A, dwelling 78, family 81, E[?] Williamsen household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1283.
  4. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "Ohio, Marriages, 1800-1958," database and digital images, FamilySearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=https://… : accessed 9 Nov 2012), entry for Virginia Simpson. Index based on data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  5. 1910 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield Township, Hartwell, enumeration district (ED) 346, page/sheet 26B/3B, dwelling 62, family 66, Buchanon Perin household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1196.
  6. 1870 U. S. Census, Vigo County, Indiana, population schedule, Terre Haute 2nd Ward, p. 411A, dwelling 6, family 6, P S Williamson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 366.
  7. 1880 U. S. Census, Butler County, Ohio, population schedule, Middletown, enumeration district (ED) 21, p. 99B, dwelling 569, family 679, Peter S Williamson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 996.

William Simpson1

Last Edited=14 Sep 2015
     William Simpson was the son of John Simpson and Sarah Carle.2 William Simpson married Betsey Woodruffe 6 April 1796 in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, New Jersey.3,4
     William Simpson was named in the will of John Simpson as his son 5 May 1786 in Gloucester Co, Province of New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. "Stoy Family Genealogy Manuscript", Ann Arnold Hennings, 25 Dec 1981; R Stoy Genealogy Library, Aliso Viejo, California.
  2. John Simpson will (5 May 1786), Will Book 28, pg 393, New Jersey State Archives, Trenton, New Jersey.
  3. "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 40.
  4. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.

William Simpson

Last Edited=14 May 2015
     William Simpson was born in 1779 in Province of New Jersey.1 He was the son of John Simpson 3rd and Susan Drake.2 William Simpson married Sarah "Sally" Brown, daughter of John Brown.2 William Simpson died 6 April 1849.1 He was buried in Waldron Cemetery, Mercer Co, Pennsylvania.1
     Children born in New Jersey; after Pamela's birth, went West according to Littell's history.2

Children of William Simpson and Sarah "Sally" Brown

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 13 May 2015), entry for William Simpson.
  2. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 385.

William O Simpson

Last Edited=15 Nov 2012
     William O Simpson was born between 1868 and 1869 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Oliver Simpson and Malinda E Hawthorn.1 William O Simpson married Leona Hitchcock, daughter of Samuel Hitchcock and [-?-] Collins, 9 February 1899 in Marion Co, Indiana.2
     William O Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in the household of Oliver Simpson.1 William O Simpson appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in the household of Oliver Simpson.3 William O Simpson appeared on the 1880 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, in his parent's household.4

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis 1st Ward, p. 38B, dwelling 596, family 588, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  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), William O Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  3. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, p. 74B, dwelling 174, family 209, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 340.
  4. 1880 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Indianapolis, enumeration district (ED) 112, p. 195B & 196A, dwelling 548, family 591, Oliver Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 295.

William R Simpson

Last Edited=22 Dec 2014
     William R Simpson was born between 1788 and 1789 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of Stephen Simpson and Elizabeth Sarah Conger.2 William R Simpson married Permelia [-?-].1 His estate was probated 30 October 1865 in Franklin Co, Indiana.3
     William R Simpson appeared on the 1810 federal census of Greene Co, Pennsylvania, on census date 6 Aug 1810. Household of Wm Simpson: one male <10, one male 16-26 (Wm), and one female 16-26, residing in Morris Township - lived 11 dwellings from Stephen Simpson.4 He appeared on the 1820 federal census of Hamilton Co, Ohio, on census date 7 Aug 1820. Household of William R Simpson: six males <10, one male 10-16, one male 26-45 (William R), four females <10, and one female 26-45, residing in Anderson Township with one person engaged in manufacture or trade; enumerated next to brother Stephen.5 He appeared on the 1830 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, on census date 1 Jun 1830. Household of William R Simpson: one male 5-10, one male 10-15, two males 15-20, one male 40-50 (William R), one female 5-10, one female 15-20, and one female 30-40.6 He appeared on the 1840 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, on census date 1 Jun 1840. Household of William R Simpson: one male 50-60 (William R) with one person engaged in manufacture or trade.7 He was named in the will of Stephen Simpson as his son 18 September 1841 in Greene Co, Pennsylvania.2 William R Simpson appeared on the 1850 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, enumerated 1 June 1850. Household: William R Simpson (61) and Permela (67), residing in Whitewater Township where William R had real estate valued at $700.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Franklin Co, Indiana, enumerated 16 July 1860. Household: George G Wilson (28), Temperance (65), Sarah (32), ELizabeth (29), William R Simpson (71), and Parmelia Simpson (77), residing in Whitewater Township, Drewersburgh post office, where George G was a farmer and had personal property valued at $800. William R was a farmer with real estate valued at $800 and personal property at $150; Wilson and Simpson were near neighbors in the 1850 census.8 He left a will 8 September 1865 in Franklin Co, Indiana, and an abstract stated: Permelia Simpson, wife, to have 1/3 of estate and personal items. Remainer of estate divided into six equal parts: Ch of son Oliver Simpson, dec'd; ch of son Jonathan, dec'd; Delilah - dau; Emaline - dau; Stephen - son; and John - son. Executor was T W Lawrence and witnesses were T W Lawrence and Sarah Beach.3

Children of William R Simpson

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, p. 383A, dwelling 34, family 34, William R Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 146.
  2. Stephen Simpson will (18 Sep 1841), Estate File # 1042, Greene County Courthouse, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
  3. Ruth M Slevin, Franklin County, Indiana - Will Records 1813-1936 S-Z (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), entry for William R Simpson; digital images, Familysearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/show : accessed 7 Nov 2012).
  4. 1820 U. S. Census, Greene County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Morris Township, p. 9A, line 6, Wm Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 98.
  5. 1820 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Ohio, population schedule, Anderson Township, p. 2, line 32, William R Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 87.
  6. 1830 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, -, p. 312, line 24, William R Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 27.
  7. 1840 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, -, p. 259A, line 9, William R Simpson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 80.
  8. 1860 U. S. Census, Franklin County, Indiana, population schedule, Whitewater Township, Drewersburgh post office, p. 151, dwelling 1051, family 1029)) 23 of 40, George G Wilson household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 259.

Margaret Lela Sims

Last Edited=23 Dec 2013
     Margaret Lela Sims was born in April 1877 in Georgia. She was the daughter of Martha E [-?-]. Margaret Lela Sims married Wilson Glenn Simmons, son of William A Simmons and Helen Mariah McWhorter, 25 April 1897 in Walker Co, Georgia.1,2
     Margaret Lela Sims appeared on the 1900 federal census of Walker Co, Georgia, in the household of Wilson Glenn Simmons; her one child was alive in 1900.3 Margaret Lela Sims appeared on the 1910 federal census of Floyd Co, Georgia, in the household of Wilson Glenn Simmons; her three children were alive in 1910.2 Margaret Lela Sims appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fulton Co, Georgia, in the household of Wilson Glenn Simmons.4 Margaret Lela Sims appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fulton Co, Georgia, in the household of Wilson Glenn Simmons.5 Margaret Lela Sims was listed in records of the death of Wilson Glenn Simmons 11 December 1939.6,7

Children of Margaret Lela Sims and Wilson Glenn Simmons

Citations

  1. "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 Glenn Simmons. Original data: County Marriage Records, 1828–1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Floyd County, Georgia, population schedule, Rome, ward 4, enumeration district (ED) 67, page/sheet 144B/1B, dwelling -, family -, Wilson G Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 187.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Walker County, Georgia, population schedule, Wilson district 943, enumeration district (ED) 96, page/sheet 224B/8B, dwelling 143, family 147, Glenn W Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 226.
  4. 1920 U. S. Census, Fulton County, Georgia, population schedule, Atlanta, ward 2, enumeration district (ED) 60, page/sheet 206B/16B, dwelling 299, family 381, Wilson G Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 187.
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Fulton County, Georgia, population schedule, Atlanta, enumeration district (ED) 61-106, page/sheet 14A/14A, dwelling 203, family 252, Wilson Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 363.
  6. "Georgia Deaths 1919-1998," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 Aug 2005), entry for Wilson G Simmons. Original data: State of Georgia. Indexes of Vital Records for Georgia: Deaths, 1919-98. Georgia: Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, 1998.
  7. Wilson Glenn Simmons, death certificate, file no. 5220 (Fulton County) (11 Dec 1939), Georgia Department of Public Health, Atlanta, Georgia.

Polly Sims

Last Edited=5 Jul 2009
     Polly Sims married Joseph Young, son of Robert Young Sr and Mary [-?-], 7 March 1790.1,2 Polly Sims died 22 December 1790.2
     Polly Sims was also known as Polly Simpson.

Citations

  1. Dessie Little Simmons and Fred Simmons, Robert Young, Sr., Patriot and Pioneer (Johnson City, Tennessee: self-published, 1984), 33; 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. Watauga Association of Genealogists, compiler, History of Washington County Tennessee 1988 (Johnson City, Tennessee: Watauga Association of Genealogists, 1988), 545.

Alexander Simson

Last Edited=22 Sep 2015
     Alexander Simson was born before 1665 likely in Gravesend, Province of New York.1,2 He was the son of Peter Simson and Margariet [-?-].3 Alexander Simson and Jannetje Stevenese van Voorhees obtained a marriage license 27 February 1690 in Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings Co, Province of New York, (license date 27 Feb 1690, "Alexsander Symson, young man from Gravesend, with Jannetie Stevensen, widow of Jors Martense Schenck, residing at Amersfort" - based on this entry, Alexander was not previously married and he was likely several years the junior of Jannetje.)4,5,6 Alexander Simson married second Metthe Lie 10 October 1709 in Dutch Reformed Church, New York, (“Alexander Simson, Wedr V. N. Amelsfoort, met Metthe Lie, Wed. V. London in O. Englet.” Alexander Simson, widower of New Amelsfoort [Flatlands], with Metthe Lie, widow of London in Old England. The registration was made 7 Sep 1709.)7,8,9 Alexander Simson died circa 1720 likely in Richmond Co, Province of New York.1,10 His will was proved 28 September 1721 in Richmond Co, Province of New York, when it was entered in the court register. In the proving of the will, Martha Simpson was given six months, until 28 Mar 1722, to produce an inventory and conduct a settlement of the property.11
     Alexander served on the grand jury, Court of Sessions, in Kings County in 1692.12

On 28 Nov 1693, Albert Albertson of New York conveyed to Pieter Nevius of Flatlands, property in Flatlands on the east side of Alexander Simson's property, the west side of Gerritt Courten's property and the south side of the highway, containing about three acres.13 Alexander Simson witnessed a division of lands among Claes Wychof, Hendrick Wychoff and Gerret Wychof, all of Amersvoort, on 11 Mar 1697.14

On 8 May 1697, Garret Coerten late of Flatlands, with consent of wife Williamke, sold to Alexander Sympson of Flatlands the land bounded by that of Simon Janse and Helena Aertsen formerly in possession of Hendrick Peterse and Stephen Coerte; also a house and lot bounded by property of Helena Aertsen, Lucas Stevense and Claes Peterse; also a lot on Mutilaer's Island.15 Also on 8 May 1697, Alexander "Sympson", Coert Stevense, Lucas Stevense, John Stevense, Albert Stevense, John Kierstead, Barne Vrianse and Albert Terhuynen, all of Kings County, conveyed 26 acres in Flatlands to Garrett Coerte (Voorhees), a son of the stepbrother of Alexander's wife Jannetje. The property was bounded east by land of Simon Janse, west by Hendrick Peterses, north by the ditch of a meadow and south by the flats; also 40 acres in Flatlands bounded east by said Hendrick, west by Lucas Stevense, north by the ditch aforesaid and south by the flats; both formerly in the possession of Steven Coerte and others, now in the possession of the said Coert Stevense and others as abovesaid; and also a house and home lot containing 14 acres in Flatlands bounded south by the Kings Highway, north by the land of Lucas Stevense, east by Helena Aertsen land, west by Clais Peterse; one whole lot of meadow on Mutilaers Island in Flatlands Township called lot number 7; one lot of meadow in the great meadow of Flatlands called lot number 3; two half-lots in the great meadow, numbers 6 and 13; an orchard in Flatlands bounded north by the Kings Highway, south by Tunis Janse, east by Hendrick Peterse and west by Cloisse Wyckoff.16

Alexander Sympson of Flatlands, on 14 May 1697, with consent of Jonica his wife sold to Evah van Sycklyn, wife of Ferdinando van Sycklyn of Flatlands a house and garden spot in Flatlands bounded on the south by Kings Highway, north by said Alexander, east by Jacob Tysen and west by Peter Nevins; also five morgan [one morgan is just over two acres - the "land that can be plowed in a morning"] of land called the flats in the Flatlands bounded on the north by Peter Brewer's lot, on the east end of John the shoemakers land and on the west by the plains or flats of Flatlands; one lot of meadow on Mutilaer's Island [this became Bergan Island and was filled in as Bergan Beach today] in Flatlands, number 9.17 Also on 14 May 1697, Alexander Sympson of Flatlands sold to Albert Coerten of Kings County a half lot of meadow in the great meadow of Flatlands, called lot number 13, bounded between Roeloff Martinse and John Bakers Meadow, the east end thereof joined to the creek and the west to the ditch.18

The name “Alexandr Simson (E)” appeared on the census of Kings County (town of Flatlands) that was taken about 1698. In his household were one male, three females and six children. The (E) indicated English as opposed to Dutch, which most residents of Flatlands were. Alexander was unique in being the only English person listed in the census in Flatlands.19

Alexander Simson was listed as a freeholder of King's County, Nassau Island [Long Island] in 1702.20 Alexandr Sympson was assessed for 98 acres in Flatlands on 20 Dec 1706.21

Alexander Simson was a deacon of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatlands in 1711 when he signed a petition (with his mark) by the churches of Flatlands, Flatbush and Brooklyn requesting a charter to establish each of the churches separate from the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York.22

Alexander Simson left a will 5 September 1713 in Richmond Co, Province of New York, naming his wife Martha Simson as executrix and leaving her one-third of his lands, meadows and mill. He gave to his son John Simson two parts of the remaining two-thirds of his property and gave to his daughter Sarah Simson the third part of the remaining two-thirds of his property. Sarah also received one-half his pewter, pots and kettles. His wife Martha also received Alexander's Negro boy. In a codicil made the same day, Alexander gave to Martha two cows, half his sheep and half his hogs. He gave to John two horses, a mare and colt, a cow and three calves, the plough wagon and tack, half the sheep and half the hogs. He gave to Sarah one cow and one calf.11

In 1715 Alex'r Simpson appeared as a member of the Richmond County (Staten Island) militia, South Company, commanded by Capt James Pollion.23

Children of Alexander Simson and Jannetje Stevenese van Voorhees

Children of Alexander Simson and Metthe Lie

Citations

  1. Charles Carroll Gardner, "Collection of Essex County New Jersey Families 1600 - 1900, Sc to Sim," (handwritten material, before 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), index cards for Alexander Simpson and John Simpson; FHL film #849,578.
  2. Birth date estimate based on being at least age 25 at marriage; location based on father's residence at this time.
  3. "Simpson/Sympson/Simson Familes of Long Island - 1600s", Robert L Stoy Jr, 4 Jan 2009, Documentation Analysis Memo to File. Copy of material in genealogy file for Simson family Jan 2009.
  4. Dingman Versteeg, "Church Records of Breukelen from 1660 - and Flatbush L. I. Commencing p 320: Register of Baptized Children at Breukelen Beginning October 31 1660" 332; Family History Library microfilm 1,016,558, item 3, Salt Lake City, Utah. Copied from Van der donk’s[?] copy in the Long Island Historical Library by Dingman Versteeg; microfilm of handwritten transcript in the possession of the Holland Society of New York, New York City.
  5. David William Voorhees, Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York: Vol 1, 1677-1720 (New York: The Holland Society of New York, 1998), 269.
  6. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Son, 1881), 262; available on-line at http://cdl.library.cornell.edu
  7. "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Marriages," The New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 11 (Oct 1880): 90.
  8. Samuel S Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York: Marriages from 11 December, 1639, to 26 August, 1801 (1890; reprint Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1997); available on-line at http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~rbillard/…
  9. David William Voorhees, Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York: Vol 1, 1677-1720 (New York: The Holland Society of New York, 1998), 289.
  10. His death must have occurred between about March 1719 (nine months before his daughter's birth) and the proving of his will on 28 Sep 1721 - likely closer to the 1721 date.
  11. Alexander Simson will (5 Sep 1713), Vol. 9, 1718-1724: 310-12 (pages 260-62 in original will book), Surrogate's Court, New York City; FHL microfilm 874,518.
  12. Charles Henry Cory, Lineal Ancestors of Captain James Cory and His Descendants: Genealogical, Historical and Biographical (n.p.: n.pub., 1937), 295.
  13. David McQueen, "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York, Baptisms," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 48 (1917): 361.
  14. Charles Arthur Hoppin, Ancestry and Records of the McClain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families (Greenfield, Ohio: Privately Printed, 1932), 116-7.
  15. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 189-90, Garret Coerten entry, 8 May 1697; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  16. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 187-9, Alexander Sympson et al entry, 8 May 1697; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  17. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 194-6, Alexander Sympson, 14 May 1697; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  18. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 192-3, Alexander Sympson, 14 May 1697; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  19. "Kings County NY 1698 Census," personal site, Nancy E Lutz (http://www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com/Census/… : accessed Oct 2003), entry for Alexandr Simson. The material at this site was provided by U S GenWeb and was transcribed by Alexander F Christensen from The Documentary History of the State of New York, Vol III, pp. 87-89 (Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co, 1850).
  20. "Genealogy Quest: King's County, Nassau Island," transcription, Genealogy Quest (http://www.genealogy-quest.com/new-york/kingsco.html : accessed 9 Feb 2013), entry for Alexander Simson. Citing: Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 20), America and West Indies, Jan.-Dec. 1, 1702, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1912. pp. 615-624.
  21. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 3: 91-5, Alexandr Sympson, 20 Dec 1706; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  22. Henry R Stiles, A History of the City of Brooklyn Including the Old Town and Village of Brooklyn, the Town of Bushwick, and the Village and City of Williamsburgh, 3 vols. (Brooklyn, New York: published by subscription, 1867-70), 1: 180-1; on-line digital image (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/moa/ : accessed 8 Nov 2008.)
  23. Second Annual Report of the State Historian of the State of New York (Albany, New York: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co, 1897), 549; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 2014.)
  24. Harry Thomas Cory, Ancestral Lines of Thomas Judd Cory, Clarence Richard Cory, John Harry Cory (Los Angeles, California: printed by Roy Leonard Adamson, 1943), 59.

Elisabeth Simson

Last Edited=2 Mar 2014
     Elisabeth Simson was born circa 1655 (estimate based on marriage date.) She was the daughter of Peter Simson and Margariet [-?-]. Elisabeth Simson married Willem Brouwer, son of Adam Brouwer Berchoven and Magdalena Jacobs Verdon, before 11 June 1677.1 Elisabeth Simson died before 1702 (prior to her husband's subsequent marriage.)1,2
     Lijsbeth Pietersen, wife of Willem Brouwer, is on “Second List of Members” of the Dutch Reformed Church in Brooklyn on 11 Jun 1677.3

Children of Elisabeth Simson and Willem Brouwer

Citations

  1. Barbara A Barth, "The Van Sant Family of New Utrecht and Bucks County, Pennsylvania," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 127 (1996): 232.
  2. William J Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings - The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 23 (1947): 204.
  3. A P G van der Linde, editor, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records 1660-1752 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983), 232; see also NYG&B, Vol. 127, No. 4, p. 232.
  4. William J Hoffman, "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York, Baptisms," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 9 (1878): 136.
  5. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 52; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  6. "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Marriages," The New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 11 (Oct 1880): 142.

Elizabeth Simson

Last Edited=27 Oct 2013
     Elizabeth Simson was the daughter of James Simson and Marta Damon.1
     Elizabeth Simson was named in the will of James Simson as her daughter 22 November 1704.2

Citations

  1. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 359-362, James Simson, 14 Jan 1703/04; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  2. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 3: 20-1, James Simson, 22 Nov 1704; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.

James Simson

Last Edited=16 Jun 2014
     James Simson was born before 1669.1 He was the son of Peter Simson and Margariet [-?-].2 James Simson married Marta Damon, daughter of John Damon, 10 September 1697 in Bergen Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co, Province of East Jersey, (the record states Marta was a widow but no such statement about James, indicating this was his first marriage - also, James was "of Gravesend.")3,4 James Simson died between 20 December 1706 and 9 April 1707 likely in Province of New York.5,6
     James Simson was constable of Flatbush in 1690 (suggesting he was at least 21 at this time.)1 The name “James Simson (E)” appeared on the census of Kings County (town of Flatbush) that was taken in 1698. There were one male, one female, five children and four slaves in the household. The (E) indicated English as opposed to Dutch; most residents of Flatbush were Dutch and not English.7 Jeems Simson and Martha, his wife, were witnesses to the baptism of Lysbeth, daughter of Michiel Parmentier and Neeltjen, at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn 16 Jul 1699 (Neeltjen was Martha's sister.)8,5 James Simson was keeper of the courthouse and jail in Flatbush in 1700.1

By the late 1600s there was a connection between Staten Island and New Castle County, then part of New York, now part of Delaware. "Another early group with Flatbush and Staten Islands connections secured a tract in Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County, near the Reeden Island Tract. The tract was known as Mountain Neck and as Lucases Neck (Scharf 1019), and was 'nigh unto the head of Appoquinemy Creek in the Fork between the Main Creek & a Branch thereof called Sassafrax Branch' . . . Sassafras Branch was later expanded into Noxontown Pond which still exists under that name." This may help to partly explain the migration of the sons of Anthony DuChesne to New Castle County about 17.9 On 3 Jun 1735, Jacob Ryke [Rycker] (blacksmith) of Flatbush and Lytie his wife sold to Thomas Noxon of New Castle County a tract called Mountain Neck on the west side of the Delaware River near the head of Appoquinak Creek in the fork between the main creek and a branch called Sassasrax Branch. In the indenture the history of sale of this tract is given: Isaac Hansen. of Staten Island, and James Symson, of Nassau Island, had purchased this tract in partnership for £257 by deed dated 16 June 1701 from Henry Garretson and wife. James and wife Martha sold his half of the property: one-third to Isaac Hansen by deed dated 20 January 1701/1702 (about six months after purchase) and one-sixth of the tract (stated to be 200 acres) to Samuel Phillips for £200 by deed dated 14 January 1703/1704.10,11,9 Jeems Simson was one of the names that appeared on a drawing of the lots of Flatbush 20 Jan 1701/2.12 On 14 Jan 1703/4, James Sympson of Flatbush, with consent of wife Martha, sold to Samuell Phillips of the City of New York 200 acres in New Castle [then part of Pennsylvania Colony] on the west side of the Delaware River near the head of Apoquinamy Creek[today Apoquinimink Creek] for 740 pounds, 16 shillings, 8 pence. [This property would be in the vicinity of Blackbird State Forest based on the description in the indenture]. James signed and Martha made her mark. Samuel Phillips was Martha's brother-in-law.4,9 James Simson left a will 22 November 1704 and stated: James Sympson of Flatbush bequeaths to wife Martha all houses and lands in New Castle County, Pennsylvania or elsewhere. She has full power to sell property to support herself and James' children. If she chooses not to sell then the property goes equally to his children (only son Peter and daughter Elizabeth) and his wife's four children by her former husband John Remsen (Sophia, John, Rem, Jonica) after the decease of his wife. James gives to Martha all his goods and chattels during her life and, after her decease, whatever remains is to be divided equally among the six children. James' eldest son Peter to obtain his smith tools before any division be made. Martha is named executrix. Signed James Symsin". Witnesses were Henry Filkins, Daniell Rapalie, Jeronimus Remsen.13 On 7 Nov 1705, an affidavit by members of the Low Dutch Reformed Congregation, Vlackbos [Flatbush], Long Island, stated that they consent to obtaining a minister from Holland and will contribute to his support. James Sympsen was one of 47 names. On 20 Dec 1706 James Sympson was assessed for 39 acres in Flatbush.6

Children of James Simson and Marta Damon

Citations

  1. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 262; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  2. "Simpson/Sympson/Simson Familes of Long Island - 1600s", Robert L Stoy Jr, 4 Jan 2009, Documentation Analysis Memo to File. Copy of material in genealogy file for Simson family Jan 2009.
  3. "Bergen [New Jersey] Marriages," Robert Billard (http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rbillard/… : accessed 27 Jan 2009.)
  4. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 359-362, James Simson, 14 Jan 1703/04; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  5. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 3: 166-9, James Simson, 16 Jul 1699; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  6. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 3: 91-5, Alexandr Sympson, 20 Dec 1706; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  7. E B O'Callaghan, The Documentary History of the State of New York; Arranged Under Direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State, 4 vols. (Albany, New York: Weed, Parsons & Co, Public Printers, 1849-51), 3: 89; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed March 2014).
  8. Dingman Versteeg, "Church Records of Breukelen from 1660 - and Flatbush L. I. Commencing p 320: Register of Baptized Children at Breukelen Beginning October 31 1660" 81; Family History Library microfilm 1,016,558, item 3, Salt Lake City, Utah. Copied from Van der donk’s[?] copy in the Long Island Historical Library by Dingman Versteeg; microfilm of handwritten transcript in the possession of the Holland Society of New York, New York City.
  9. A P Stockwell, "Gravesend, L. I., Old and New," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 16: 97-110 (July 1885); digital image, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (http://cdm15648.contentdm.oclc.org.nygbs.idm.oclc.org/cdm/… : accessed 1 April 2014.)
  10. New Castle County, Delaware, Deed Book K, Vol 1, 1734-1736: 371-4, Jacob Ryke entry, 3 Jun 1735; FHL microfilm 6,559.
  11. New Castle County, Delaware, Deed Book K, Vol 1, 1734-1736: 370-1, Isaac Hansen entry, 28 Jan 1701; FHL microfilm 6,559.
  12. Frank L Van Cleef, "Flatbush Town Records as Copied in Volume 100 in the Office of the Commissioner of Records Kings County, New York, as Made by Frank L Van Cleef and Sworn To by Him 10 May 1911 as Being a True and Literal Transcription in the Original Language and a Literal Translation of All Instruments Contained in the Liber Known as Liber A Flatbush Town Records Comprising Deeds, Leases and Wills 1670-1708: Copied and Arranged by DeWitt Van Buren in Memory of Elizabeth R Van Buren" 14; Family History Library microfilm 17,663, Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a typescript and, despite its title, does not contain all the material in Liber A of the Flatbush Town Records.
  13. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 3: 20-1, James Simson, 22 Nov 1704; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.

Jannetje Simson1

Last Edited=30 Jul 2013
     Jannetje Simson was baptized 28 January 1719/20 in Province of New York (witnesses were Jeames Lee and Justina Lee.)1,2,3 She was the daughter of Alexander Simson and Metthe Lie.2,4 Jannetje Simson married Benjamin van Water 27 December 1740 in Reformed Dutch Church of New York, Province of New York.1

Citations

  1. Samuel S Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York: Marriages from 11 December, 1639, to 26 August, 1801 (1890; reprint Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1997); available on-line at http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~rbillard/…
  2. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Son, 1881), 262; available on-line at http://cdl.library.cornell.edu
  3. "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Baptisms," The New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 18 (Oct 1887): p 163.
  4. "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Baptisms," The New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 18 (Oct 1887): 163.

John Simson

Last Edited=1 Nov 2015
     John Simson was born circa 1691.1,2,3 He was the son of Alexander Simson and Jannetje Stevenese van Voorhees.2,3 John Simson married Magdaleentje DuChesne, daughter of Anthony DuChesne and Anna Bouquet, before 13 May 1721.4,5 John Simson died 10 July 1773 in Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.6,7 He was buried in New Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Providence, Essex Co, Province of New Jersey.6
     John Simson was also known as John Simpson.

He was named in the will of Alexander Simson as his son 5 September 1713 in Richmond Co, Province of New York.3

John Simson appeared as a member of the Richmond County (Staten Island) militia, South Company, commanded by Capt James Pollion, in 1715.8 John Simson witnessed the baptism of Tabitha Simson 12 June 1716 in Reformed Dutch Church of Staten Island, Richmond Co, Province of New York.5

Based on John's appearance with his wife at the 12 Jun 1716 baptism of Tabitha, his half-sister, John was married first to an unknown woman. At this time, in 1716, Magdaleentje Duchesne was married to her first spouse so Magdaleentje was John's second wife.5,9

On 13 May 1721, John Simson of Richmond County, Province of New York, sold to Henry Johnson for 70 pounds land on the south side of the county of Richmond, adjacent to land of Henry Johnson, and adjacent to land formerly belonging to James Clemons. It included 2-2/3 acres of salt marsh on the west side of [?] Creek.
"In witness whereof the said John Simson and Magdaleetje my wife have hereunto set our hands and sealls this thirteenth day of May being the 7th year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George . . . one thousand seven hundred twenty one. [George I, first Hanoverian king of England 1714-1727] Jan Simson [seal] Magdaleentje Simson her mark M Deed was recorded 7 Feb 1728/29" Witnessed by Michael Deshene and John Dupuys. The presence of Michael Deshene shows the link to Magdaleentje and that her maiden name was Deshane/Deshene/DuChesne.4

Sometime after May 1721 John left Richmond County and settled on lot #27 of the Elizabethtown lots, above the first mountain. Apparently this lot was first obtained by Daniel Potter in one of the drawings for lots. The original Elizabethtown Associates settled on lots in 1664 although additional lots were purchased about 1695 as well as 1699-1700 (when 171 lots of 100 acres were laid out). Another allotment took place in 1736-38. It is not yet known when John Simpson bought his lot; however, his sister Sarah Jenetje was married in Elizabeth Town in Jan 1729. She was likely part of John's household, suggesting he arrived in Elizabeth Town between 1721 and 1728 - he was certainly there by 1751 when part of a chancery suit.7,10

"John Symson" and Stephen Martino took the inventory and made the appraisal of the estate of David De Bonrepos of Richmond County, apparently in 1733-34. The abstract, which appears to have an error in the date "1685", stated: "Inventory (1685) taken and appraised by Stephen Martino and John Symson. Among items listed were a parcel of books in different languages (£13/10/-), 6 silver spoons, wt. 11 1/4 oz. (£4/4/-), a silver tankard, silver cup and silver seal, wt 22 1/2 oz. (£9), and 2 Negro women and a Negro child (£70.)11" On 29 Aug 1751, John Simson was sworn as a signer of the Elizabeth Town Associates Answer to a chancery suit brought by the East Jersey Proprietors against the Associates.12 John Simson was listed as a freeholder in Elizabeth Town, Essex County 1 Sep 1755, along with his two sons.13

John Simson was mentioned in the following event: Alexander Simson was listed as an elder of the New Providence Presbyterian Church on 5 Jan 1768, along with his wife. Also listed was Mary Simson, Elizabeth Simson, John Simson Senr, Nathll Bonnell and his wife, and Peter Rutan.14

Children of John Simson and Magdaleentje DuChesne

Citations

  1. My estimate based on language of Alexander's will of 1713 suggesting John was fully of age at the time as well as his being married at Tabitha's baptism in 1716.
  2. Charles Carroll Gardner, "Collection of Essex County New Jersey Families 1600 - 1900, Sc to Sim," (handwritten material, before 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), index cards for Alexander Simpson and John Simpson; FHL film #849,578.
  3. Alexander Simson will (5 Sep 1713), Vol. 9, 1718-1724: 310-12 (pages 260-62 in original will book), Surrogate's Court, New York City; FHL microfilm 874,518.
  4. Richmond County, New York, Deeds, Vol C: 328-31, Jan Simson entry, 13 May 1721; FHL microfilm 941,489 digital image (http://www.familysearch.org : accessed 1 May 2014.)
  5. Baptim of Tabeta Semson: 111, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Staten Island Records, 1696-1835, 1885-1902: Baptisms 1696-1790, Staten Island, Staten Island Historical Society, Richmondtown, Staten Island, New York.
  6. "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 43.
  7. John Littell, Family Records, or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (1852; reprint Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999), 384.
  8. Second Annual Report of the State Historian of the State of New York (Albany, New York: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co, 1897), 549; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed 2014.)
  9. John E Stillwell, Historical and Genealogical Miscellany: Data Relating to the Settlement and Settlers of New York and New Jersey, 5 vols. (New York: n.pub., 1903), 117; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/historicalgeneal01stil : accessed May 2014).
  10. Rev Edwin F Hatfield, History of Elizabeth, New Jersey: Including the Early History of Union County (New York: Carlton & Lanahan, 1868), 571-3.
  11. Kenneth Scott and James A Owre, Genealogical Data from Inventories of New York Estates 1666-1825 (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1970), 38; digital images, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (http://elibrary.newyorkfamilyhistory.org.nygbs.idm.oclc.org/… : accessed Feb 2014).
  12. Aaron Goodwin, contributor, "The Elizabeth-Town Associates: Signatures on the Original Answer, 1751", The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 138: 189-98 (July 2007): specifically 194.
  13. Essex County, New Jersey, "Freeholders List Essex County, N. J. September 1, 1755", arranged by township then by first letter of surname, John Simson entry for Elizabeth Town; FHL microfilm 1,024,666; Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  14. "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. 4 (Oct 1944): 91-94, specifically 93.

Peter Simson

Last Edited=2 Nov 2015
     Peter Simson was born before 1625 likely in Scotland (date based on his appearance as a landowner in Gravesend in 1645; country based on event in 1652.)1 He married Margariet [-?-] 2 August 1650 (her name was given as Grietje in the record, a diminutive of Margariet in Dutch; Gravesend town records stated “Peter Simson August ye second was by publick authority married.”.)2,3,4 Peter Simson died between 2 May 1687 and 20 December 1696 likely in Gravesend, Kings Co, Province of New York.2,5
     Peter Symson was one of the associates who had land in Gravesend when Governor Kieft granted the first town patent to “Lady Deborah Moody, Sir Henry Moody, John Tilton, Sergeant James Hubbard, Lieut. George Baxter, and their associates” on 19 Dec 1645.6 On 4 March 1650/51 in Gravesend: "Perter Simson desired of the inhabitents of ye towne a planters lott, and it was given him with all ye prvelidges belonging thereunto. hee being to build a habbittable house thereon by ye laste of December next ensueing: we hee promiseth to doe as aforesd."7,8,2

Peter Simson was plaintiff against Ann Goulder, wife of William Goulder, for defamation. Peter's wife was apparently called "that scottsmans whore" or words to that effect [so there is some indication that Peter came from Scotland - this is significant]. Ann had apparently seen Peter's wife in "Raphe's" house [Raphe Cardall] "fumbling his drawers and went into ye inner room, and ye gentlewoman [Peter's wife] in ye chimney corner". Ann was found guilty of scandalizing her neighbors and disturbing the general peace by the court and, if the offense was repeated, she would be put out of the town.1

On 26 Mar 1653, Ambrose London (or Lonnen; supposedly English) bought Wm Teller’s plantation in Gravesend from Peter Symson, agent of Wm Teller.9 Gerret De Mof (or Muffe) bought part of Peter Sympson’s plantation in Gravesend on 18 Apr 1653.10 Pieter Symsen and others delivered a letter on 25 Mar 1654, signed in behalf of the town of Gravesend by John Tilton (clerk), to the court at Fort Amsterdam pertaining to the election and confirmation of the Schout[administrators] and Magistrates of Gravesend.11 In 1657 Peter Symson had 13 morgens [about two acres per morgen as used in Holland] of tillable land in Gravesend.12 On 26 Apr 1657, Peter Simson bought, or was allotted by town authorities, plantation lot #27 in Gravesend, with the improvements.2

It is interesting to note the presence of a Hector Simson in Gravesend in 1659 when he participated in several deeds with William Cayler. He may be the spouse of Grete Simson but no other information is known of these two - their relation, if any, to Peter Simson is unknown.13,14 Peeter Sympson, on 26 Apr 1657, witnessed (by his mark) a lease by William Teller of his house and plantation in Gravesend to John Greekes.15 Willem Teller, on 7 May 1659, bought plantation lot #27 in Gravesend from Peter Symson for the use of his son Andrew Teller, per Gravesend record.16 Peeter Sympson and John Tilton witnessed a nine-year lease on 26 Oct 1659 by John Griggs from William Teller; property was “twoe Lotts or Plantacions lyeing and being heare in Greavesand of ye number 37: and: 2”.15

Peter Simpson and seven others signed a petition on behalf of the town of Gravesend: “We have received a writing whereby the subscribers forcibly insist on robbing us of another portion of our land, so that we English should have no profit therefrom, neither for horse, nor cow nor any another creature, free of danger, under pretence of Gysbert van Dyck’s right to Coney Island, which we opposing say and testify that we have a right thereto, as appears and can be made manifest by our privilege and land brief (patent) signed and sealed by the then governor, Willem Kieft, whereof we by experience feel and think better and more valuable than that title you would give us by right of Gysbert van Dyck’s ground brief, or that you should obtain in a week or month’s time with his council and secretary by whom such things were done. What regards your pleasure, we shall not heed but send back as an answer our meaning in your own words – That you quit our land and do not molest us there neither by horse, nor ox, nor cow, nor hog nor any other creature, for Coney Island belongs to us in property. Therefore before we should lose it we have something further to say in the matter. The 27 December 1661. In the name and on the behalf of the entire Town of Gravesend”.17 The court at Gravesend heard a complaint by Peter Simson against Charles Morgan that Morgan's hogs had damaged his corn. The damage was appraised by John Emans but the court could find no proof against the defendant so Peter was ordered to pay court costs.18

Peeter Symson testified that he appraised crop damage in the year 1668 – part of the town records of Gravesend wherein John Griggs sued William and Obadiah Wilkins for crop damage caused by their cattle.19 Peter Sympson appeared on a listing of tillable land for all inhabitants of Gravesend at a town meeting about 1670.20

Peter was the plaintiff in a court case 3 Mar 1672 in Gravesend: "Peter Simson complainith of Catherine Stillwell for receiving wole of his son Robert taken from him out of his house some time before Christmas last about seven pound whereof 4 pounds is returned but it is not the same wole.
Robert Simson saith he brought about 4 pounds to Catherine to spin for thread to make his clothes and saith that same wool is returned to his father. Robert Simson is to pay the court costs."21 On 17 Mar 1676, Peter Simson bought a house, lot and garden in Brooklyn from Albert Cornelise Wantenaer (per Vol. 1 of Land Papers, page 68). It is not clear if this is the same Peter Simson of Gravesend or another Peter; however there is no other record of a second Peter.2

On 19 Jun 1677, Peter Simpson was sworn to the jury at Court of Sessions held at Gravesend in the West Ryding of Yorkshire on Long Island [the West Riding included Staten Island, today’s Kings County and today’s town of Newton; Yorkshire included Staten Island, Long Island and what is today Westchester County].22 On 19 Dec 1677, Peter Simpson was sworn to the jury at Court of Sessions held at Gravesend in the West Ryding of Yorkshire on Long Island.23 On 19 Jun 1678, Peter Simpson was sworn to the jury at Court of Sessions held at Gravesend in the West Ryding of Yorkshire on Long Island.24

Capt. Stillwell, and others, of the inhabitants of Gravesend, complained on 18 Dec 1678 against Capt. Hubbard and Peter Simpson, for not maintaining the general fence.25 Peter Sympson appeared in 1683 on a Gravesend accounting of the persons, lands and cattle that were rateable [taxable]. He had six cows, two horses and 44 acres.26

On 2 May 1687, Peter Sympson of Gravesend, with consent of wife Greta Symson, deeded to Reyneer Van Sickland of Amesffortt [Nieuw Amersfoort - Flatlands] lot number 7 in the town of Gravesend with house, garden and orchard; along with two horses, one wagon plow and tack, and various animals for 7000 guilders of ten payments. Peter and wife to be allowed to use four acres of land that he exchanged with Theofilus Johnson for their lives. Signed Peter Sympson (his mark P), Greetie Sympson, Reyneer Van Sicklyn. Witnesses Stoffle Jansen, Adam Machiell, John Tilton Senr, John Tilton Junr. It appears that this conveyance may have been a preparation for Peter’s old age where he used the four acres for the rest of his life – perhaps he was unwell or infirm at the time.27

Children of Peter Simson and Margariet [-?-]

Citations

  1. "Gravesend Town Records No. 1," 1666-; reel 62, pages 110-111, stamped pages 150-151; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed/land records and legal/court records.
  2. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 263; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  3. A P Stockwell and Wm H Stillwell, A History of the Town of Gravesend, N. Y. by Rev. A. P. Stockwell, and of Coney Island, by Wm. H. Stillwell (Brooklyn, New York: n.pub., 1884), 10; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014). Reprinted from The Illustrated History of Kings County, edited by H R Stiles.
  4. "Gravesend Town Records No. 1," 1666-; reel 62, stamped p. 67; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed/land records and legal/court records.
  5. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 154, Greetie Sympson, 29 Dec 1696; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  6. A P Stockwell, "Gravesend, L. I., Old and New," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 16: 97-110 (July 1885); digital image, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (http://cdm15648.contentdm.oclc.org.nygbs.idm.oclc.org/cdm/… : accessed 1 April 2014), specifically 102.
  7. "Gravesend Town Records No. 1," 1666-; reel 62, stamped p. 62; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed/land records and legal/court records.
  8. Peter Ross, A History of Long Island: From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, 3 vols. (New York: Lewis Publishing Company, 1902), 1: 772.
  9. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 189; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  10. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 92; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  11. Barthold Fernow, editor, The Records of New Amsterdam from 1653 to 1674 Anno Domini, Vol 1: Minutes of the Court of Burgomasters and Schepens 1653- 1655 (1897; reprint Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1976), 178.
  12. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 344; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  13. "Gravesend Town Records Book 2 - Deeds/Leases," 1653-1670; reel 61, p. 236; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed and lease records.
  14. "Gravesend Town Records Book 2 - Deeds/Leases," 1653-1670; reel 61, p. 237; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed and lease records.
  15. Perry Streeter, "The Griggs Family of Gravesend and New Jersey," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 136 (2005): 247. The author cited: Gravesend Town Records; Book 2: Deeds, Leases: 1653-1670, Town Records of Kings County Translations/Transliterations, 51; copy at library of The Holland Society of New York.
  16. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 297; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  17. E. B. O'Callaghan, The Register of Salomon Lachaire, Notary Public of New Amsterdam, 1661-1662, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch series, Kenneth Scott & Kenn Stryker-Rodda, editors (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1978), 91-2. This is indicated as a translation, from the original Dutch manuscript.
  18. "Gravesend Town Records No. 1," 1666-; reel 62, stamped page 323; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed/land records and legal/court records.
  19. Perry Streeter, "The Griggs Family of Gravesend and New Jersey," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 137 (2006): 53. The author cited: Gravesend Town Records; Book 2: Deeds, Leases: 1653-1670, Town Records of Kings County Translations/Transliterations, 57-8; copy image from the library of The Holland Society of New York, courtesy of David M Riker.
  20. Teunis G Bergen, Register, in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y., From Its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700 (New York: S W Green's Sons, 1881), 219; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Feb 2014.)
  21. "Gravesend Town Records No. 1," 1666-; reel 62, p. 338; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed/land records and legal/court records.
  22. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 1: 23, Peter Simpson, 19 Jun 1677; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  23. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 1: 25, Peter Simpson, 19 Dec 1677; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  24. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 1: after page 167, Peter Simpson, 19 Jun 1678; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  25. John E Stillwell, The History of Captain Richard Stillwell, Son of Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell and His Descendants (New York: n.pub., 1930), 4.
  26. E B O'Callaghan, The Documentary History of the State of New York; Arranged Under Direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State, 4 vols. (Albany, New York: Weed, Parsons & Co, Public Printers, 1849-51), II: 508; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/ : accessed March 2014).
  27. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 118-120, Peter Sympson, 2 May 1687; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  28. Frank J Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent Dutchess County, New York, Volume XI: Rood to SLY (Orlando, Florida: self published, 2013), section: "The Simpson Family."
  29. "Simpson/Sympson/Simson Familes of Long Island - 1600s", Robert L Stoy Jr, 4 Jan 2009, Documentation Analysis Memo to File. Copy of material in genealogy file for Simson family Jan 2009.

Peter Simson

Last Edited=16 Jun 2014
     Peter Simson was born circa 1698 likely in Flatbush, Kings Co, Province of New York, (based on where his father resided.)1 He was the son of James Simson and Marta Damon.2 Peter Simson died between 31 August 1747 and 1 November 1747 in Beekman Precinct, Dutchess Co, Province of New York.1,3 His will was proved 2 November 1747 in Dutchess Co, Province of New York.4
     Peter Simson was named in the will of James Simson as her son 22 November 1704.5 He is the Peter Simson that migrated to Dutchess County, New York, and resided in the Beekman Precinct. See the family history by Thomas Gull, a descendent, (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=tagull&recno=0), which was updated 23 May 2010 and contains extensive information on Peter and his family. See also the work by Frank J Doherty on the Beekman Patent.1,3

Petrus Simson and Sophia Vandr Beek witnessed the baptism of Jan, son of Rem vander Beek and Dorothea Coteleau on 26 July 1719 at the Dutch Reformed Church of Staten Island.6

Petrus Symson of Flatbush bound himself to Sophis Williamse [his stepdaughter] of Staten Island in Richmond County in the sum of 100 pounds, current money of New York, to be paid to Sophia or her attorney, executor, or administrator, sealed 25 September 1721. The condition of the obligation is that Petrus pay Sophia 50 pounds and that at the end of three years after the decease of their mother named Martha the obligation to pay 100 pounds is void. Signed and sealed by Petrus Simson. Witnesses were Jacobus Strÿker and J M Sperling, recorded 2 May 1722.7

Peter Simson left a will 30 August 1747 in Beekman Precinct, Dutchess Co, Province of New York.4

Citations

  1. Tom Gull, "Re: More Information on Stoy Family of Pennsylvania," e-mail message from tmrgull@msn.com to Robert Stoy, 10 Jul 2010. Tom obtained more information on Peter that confirms parantage of James and Martha.
  2. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 2: 359-362, James Simson, 14 Jan 1703/04; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  3. Frank J Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent Dutchess County, New York, Volume XI: Rood to SLY (Orlando, Florida: self published, 2013.)
  4. Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year 1895: Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York Vol. IV - 1744-1753 (New York: New York Historical Society, 1896), 181; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/abstractswillso02kellgoog : accessed 1 Jun 2014.)
  5. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 3: 20-1, James Simson, 22 Nov 1704; FHL microfilm 1,413,189.
  6. John E Stillwell, Historical and Genealogical Miscellany: Data Relating to the Settlement and Settlers of New York and New Jersey 5 vols. (New York: n.pub., 1903-1932), vol 1: 138; digital images, Internet Archive, Text Library, American Libraries (https://archive.org/details/historicalgeneal01stil : accessed Feb 2014).
  7. Kings County, New York, Conveyances Liber 4: 305-6, entry for Petrus Symson, 25 Sep 1721; FHL microfilm 1,413,189, digital images, FamilySearch.org (http://www.familysearch.org : accessed 13 June 2014.)

Robert Simson

Last Edited=2 Nov 2015
     Robert Simson was baptized 10 August 1653 in New Amsterdam Dutch Reformed Church, New Netherland.1 He was the son of Peter Simson and Margariet [-?-].2,3 Robert Simson died before 14 October 1727.4
     Documentation for Robert's death is provided by a record of a marriage in the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam: On 14 Oct 1727, Thomas Hikdy, and unmarried man from London married Margrita Nicols, widow of Robt Simson of New York, with both Thomas and Margrita living in New York.4

Citations

  1. Frank J Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent Dutchess County, New York, Volume XI: Rood to SLY (Orlando, Florida: self published, 2013.)
  2. Frank J Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent Dutchess County, New York, Volume XI: Rood to SLY (Orlando, Florida: self published, 2013), section: "The Simpson Family."
  3. "Gravesend Town Records No. 1," 1666-; reel 62, p. 338; New York City Municipal Archives, New York City. Deed/land records and legal/court records.
  4. Samuel S Purple, editor, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York: Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (1890; reprint Baltimore, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1997), 146.

Sarah Janetje Simson

Last Edited=2 Nov 2015
     Sarah Janetje Simson was born between 1691 and 1699 in Kings Co, Province of New York, (based on the wording of Alexander's will in 1713 - makes it clear that Sarah was unmarried and of an age to receive property - suggests that Sarah was about 14-21.)1 She was the daughter of Alexander Simson and Jannetje Stevenese van Voorhees.1,2
     Sarah Janetje Simson was named in the will of Alexander Simson as his daughter 5 September 1713 in Richmond Co, Province of New York.1 Some family histories of Elnathan Cory have him married to Sarah Simson. In these histories Elnathan's wife is stated as the "daughter of Alexander Sympson and Jannetje Van Voorhees" - H T Cory notes that "an old family bible record, examined by a daughter of their oldest child, Elnathan the 2nd, Aunt Sally Cory Smith of Troy, O., of Elnathan and "Sarah J. Simpson" marriage proves this wife's name". Cory Family Society states that Sarah's surname was Parsons, not Simpson. In fact, a well-researched article on the Parsons family offers compelling arguments that the wife of Elnathan Cory was Sarah Parsons and not Sarah Simson/Simpson.3

Citations

  1. Alexander Simson will (5 Sep 1713), Vol. 9, 1718-1724: 310-12 (pages 260-62 in original will book), Surrogate's Court, New York City; FHL microfilm 874,518.
  2. Harry Thomas Cory, Ancestral Lines of Thomas Judd Cory, Clarence Richard Cory, John Harry Cory (Los Angeles, California: printed by Roy Leonard Adamson, 1943), 59.
  3. Gerald James Parsons, "The Parsons Families of the Connecticut River Valley," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 148: 345-359 (1994): specifically 357-8.

Tabitha Simson

Last Edited=30 Jul 2013
     Tabitha Simson was baptized 12 June 1716 in Reformed Dutch Church of Staten Island, Richmond Co, Province of New York, with witnesses John Simson and his wife (unnamed.)1 She was the daughter of Alexander Simson and Metthe Lie. Tabitha Simson married Willem Heyer 8 July 1738 in Reformed Dutch Church of New York, Province of New York.2
     Tabita Simson, widow of Willem Heyer, with certificate New York – member of Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York on 27 May 1756.3

Children of Tabitha Simson and Willem Heyer

Citations

  1. Baptim of Tabeta Semson: 111, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Staten Island Records, 1696-1835, 1885-1902: Baptisms 1696-1790, Staten Island, Staten Island Historical Society, Richmondtown, Staten Island, New York.
  2. "Walter Hyer from Kingston, Surrey, and Some of His Descendants," The New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 74 (1943): 11.
  3. "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Church Member List," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 61 (1930): 170.

Charles Sinclair

Last Edited=4 Jan 2014
     Charles Sinclair was the son of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.1

Citations

  1. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

Christiana Sinclair

Last Edited=19 Nov 2013
     Christiana Sinclair was born between 1836 and 1837 in New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.2
YearLocation
1850Mercer Co, New Jersey1
     Christiana Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Mercer Co, New Jersey, in the household of William C Sinclair.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, population schedule, Hamilton Township, p. 256A, dwelling 100, family 105, William C Sinclair household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 454.
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

Hannah Sinclair

Last Edited=1 Jan 2014
     Hannah Sinclair was born between 1799 and 1800 in New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of John Sinclair and Hannah [-?-].2 Hannah Sinclair married Uriah Clutch, son of Daniel Clutch and Elizabeth Garrison, 25 October 1821 in Crosswicks, Burlington Co, New Jersey.3,2
YearLocation
1850Warren Co, Ohio1
1860Warren Co, Ohio4
     Hannah Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Warren Co, Ohio, in the household of Uriah Clutch.1 Hannah Sinclair appeared on the 1860 federal census of Warren Co, Ohio, in the household of Uriah Clutch.4

Children of Hannah Sinclair and Uriah Clutch

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Warren County, Ohio, population schedule, Franklin town, p. 397A, dwelling 144, family 144, Uriah Clutch household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 737.
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm
  3. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, "New Jersey County Marriages, 1682-1956," database and digital images, FamilySearch.org (https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1803976 : accessed 24 Dec 2013), Uriah Clutch.
  4. 1860 U. S. Census, Warren County, Ohio, population schedule, Franklin Township, Franklin post office, p. 173A, dwelling 93, family 93, Uriah Clutch household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1047.

Hannah Sinclair

Last Edited=19 Nov 2013
     Hannah Sinclair was born between 1822 and 1823 in New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.2
YearLocation
1850Mercer Co, New Jersey1
     Hannah Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Mercer Co, New Jersey, in the household of William C Sinclair.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, population schedule, Hamilton Township, p. 256A, dwelling 100, family 105, William C Sinclair household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 454.
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

John Sinclair

Last Edited=21 Dec 2014
     John Sinclair was born between 1763 and 1764 (based on tombstone inscription - "in his 38th year.")1 He married Hannah [-?-].2 John Sinclair died 22 September 1801.3 He was buried in Allentown, Monmouth Co, New Jersey.3

Children of John Sinclair and Hannah [-?-]

Citations

  1. George C Beekman, Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, New Jersey (Freehold, New Jersey: Moreau Publishers, 1901), xiv; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=15453 : accessed 16 Dec 2014.)
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 15 Nov 2013), entry for John Sinclair.

John C Sinclair

Last Edited=19 Nov 2013
     John C Sinclair was born between 1820 and 1821 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.2
YearLocation
1850Mercer Co, New Jersey1
     John C Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Mercer Co, New Jersey, in the household of William C Sinclair; he was a farm hand.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, population schedule, Hamilton Township, p. 256A, dwelling 100, family 105, William C Sinclair household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 454.
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

Joseph Clark Sinclair

Last Edited=19 Nov 2013
     Joseph Clark Sinclair was born between 1832 and 1833 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.2
YearLocation
1850Mercer Co, New Jersey1
     Joseph Clark Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Mercer Co, New Jersey, in the household of William C Sinclair.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, population schedule, Hamilton Township, p. 256A, dwelling 100, family 105, William C Sinclair household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 454.
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

Mary Sinclair

Last Edited=4 Jan 2014
     Mary Sinclair was the daughter of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.1

Citations

  1. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

William C Sinclair1

Last Edited=19 Nov 2013
     William C Sinclair was born between 1791 and 1792 in New Jersey.2 He was the son of John Sinclair and Hannah [-?-].1 William C Sinclair married Harriet Clutch, daughter of John Clutch and Rebecca Hughes.1 William C Sinclair was buried in Mercer Co, New Jersey.3
YearLocation
1850Mercer Co, New Jersey2
     William C Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Mercer Co, New Jersey, enumerated 23 August 1850. Household: William C Sinclair (58), Harriet (56), John (29), Hannah (27), Joseph C (17), Christiana (13), William (9), Rebecca Lemon (17), and Edward Gunnels (12), residing in Hamilton Township where William C was a farmer with real estate valued at $7,000.2

Children of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch

Citations

  1. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm
  2. 1850 U. S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, population schedule, Hamilton Township, p. 256A, dwelling 100, family 105, William C Sinclair household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 454.
  3. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 16 Nov 2013), entry for William C Sinclair.

William Davis Sinclair

Last Edited=19 Nov 2013
     William Davis Sinclair was born between 1840 and 1841 in New Jersey.1 He was the son of William C Sinclair and Harriet Clutch.2
YearLocation
1850Mercer Co, New Jersey1
     William Davis Sinclair appeared on the 1850 federal census of Mercer Co, New Jersey, in the household of William C Sinclair.1

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Mercer County, New Jersey, population schedule, Hamilton Township, p. 256A, dwelling 100, family 105, William C Sinclair household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 454.
  2. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

David M Singley1

Last Edited=5 Aug 2007

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Mahlon F Ankers," The Herald-Mail, Hagerstown, West Virginia, 27 Apr 2004; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com/search/obit : accessed 23 Aug 2005.

Willis Sirk1,2

Last Edited=4 Dec 2005
     Willis Sirk was born 18 April 1916.3 He married Mary Caylor, daughter of Claude Carlisle Caylor and Alice Catherine Donnelly.1 Willis Sirk died 6 April 1984 in Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC, at age 67.3,2 He was buried 10 April 1984 in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's Co, Maryland.2
     His Social Security Number was 217-03-4123, issued before 1951 in Maryland.3 They resided at 3901 Everett Street, Kensington, Maryland at the time of Mary's father's death.4 His obituary stated: "On Friday, April 6, 1984, at Georgetown University Hospital, Willis C Sirk, Sr of Takoma Park, Md. Beloved husband of Mary Caylor Sirk. Also survived by children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters. . . ."2

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Claude Caylor," The Washington Post, 26 Aug 1955, 26; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. "Obituaries: Willis Sirk," The Washington Post, 9 Apr 1984, C10; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 25 Sep 2005), entry for Willis Sirk, SS no. 217-03-4123; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. "Obituary - Dr Claude C Caylor," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 26 Aug 1955, 26; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Barbara Jean Sisson

Last Edited=23 Jan 2016
     Barbara Jean Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1,2

Child of Barbara Jean Sisson and George Richard "Mickey" Caylor

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. Ancestry.com, "Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=9279 : accessed 19 Jan 2016), George Richard Caylor. Original data: Virginia, Marriages, 1936-2014. Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia.
  3. "Caylor/Everhart Family Tree," family-tree database, Ancestry.com (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/13455346/recent : accessed 26 Dec 2009). [Mark Anthony Everhart, dflysccss08@msn.com; updated 23 Nov 2009].

Charles Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Charles Sisson is the son of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Doris Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Doris Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Edith Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Edith Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Lester Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Lester Sisson is the son of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Margaret Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Margaret Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Mary Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Mary Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Patricia Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Patricia Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Pauline Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Pauline Sisson is the daughter of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Robert Sisson1

Last Edited=7 Mar 2008
     Robert Sisson is the son of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Samuel Walter Sisson III1

Last Edited=2 Feb 2008
     Samuel Walter Sisson III was born 2 September 1933.2 He was the son of Samuel Walter Sisson Jr and Lucy Frances Croson.1 Samuel Walter Sisson III died 9 June 1974 in Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax, Virginia, at age 40.1
     His Social Security Number was 223-38-1982, issued before 1951 in Virginia.2 His obituary stated: "On Sunday, June 9, 1974, at Fairfax Hospital, Samuel W Sisson III of 12416 Bennett Rd, Herndon, Va, husband of Elsie T Sisson; father of Mrs Karen Sprouse, Brenda, Deborah, Beverly and Scott Sisson; son of Lucy C and the late Samuel W Sisson Jr; brother of Mary Casciano, Pauline Smoot, Doris Harrell, Margaret Pearson, Edith Case, Barbara Caylor, Patricia Collins, Charles, Robert, and Lester Sisson. . . ."1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; 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 29 Jun 2007), entry for Samuel Sisson, SS no. 223-38-1982; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)

Samuel Walter Sisson Jr1

Last Edited=23 Jan 2016
     Samuel Walter Sisson Jr was born 9 February 1903.2 He married Lucy Frances Croson.1 Samuel Walter Sisson Jr died 22 January 1962 in Washington, DC, at age 58.3,2 He was buried in Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax, Virginia.2

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Samuel Walter Sisson III," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1974; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 19 Jan 2016), entry for Samuel Walter Sisson Jr.
  3. "Fairfax County Virginia Library Historical Newspaper Index 1785-2000," database, Fairfax County Public Library (http://www.co.fairfax.va.us/library/newsindex/default.asp : accessed 26 Dec 2008), entry for Samuel Sisson.

Elice Lavon Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     Elice Lavon Skirvin was born 15 September 1930.1 She was the daughter of Harvey Lewis Skirvin and Ouida Blanche Young.2 Elice Lavon Skirvin died 21 May 2007 at age 76 (last residence was Las Vegan, San Miguel County, New Mexico.)1
     Her Social Security Number was not recorded, issued before 1951 in Oregon.1 Elice Lavon Skirvin was mentioned in the obituary of Ouida Blanche Young 2 October 2002 as her daughter.2

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for E Lavon Kraft, SS no. Not recorded; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  2. "Obituaries - Free Online Library," transcription, The Free Library by Farlex (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Obituaries.-a092602921 : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for Ouida Skirvin. Citing The Register-Guard (Eugene, Oregon), 2 Oct 2002.

Harvey Lewis Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     Harvey Lewis Skirvin was born 9 March 1902 in Marion Co, Oregon.1,2 He was the son of T J Skirvin.3 Harvey Lewis Skirvin married Ouida Blanche Young, daughter of William Daniel Young and Vallie Lee Driskell, 30 July 1928 in Lane Co, Oregon.4 Harvey Lewis Skirvin died 6 May 1984 at age 82.4,1 He was buried in Harrisburg, Linn Co, Oregon.1
YearLocation
1930Lane Co, Oregon3
     Harvey Lewis Skirvin appeared on the 1930 federal census of Lane Co, Oregon, in the household of T J Skirvin, his uncle; he was a salesman of grain machinery.3

Children of Harvey Lewis Skirvin and Ouida Blanche Young

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for H Lewis Skirvin.
  2. "Skirvin Family Tree," family-tree database (http://tahtonkah.tripod.com/skirvins.html : accessed 11 Nov 2013), Harvey Lewis Skirvin. Database owner is unknown but is related to the Skirvin family.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Lane County, Oregon, population schedule, Eugene, enumeration district (ED) 20-45, page/sheet 112B/3B, dwelling 71, family 76, T J Skirvin household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1946.
  4. "Obituaries - Free Online Library," transcription, The Free Library by Farlex (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Obituaries.-a092602921 : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for Ouida Skirvin. Citing The Register-Guard (Eugene, Oregon), 2 Oct 2002.

Randall Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     Randall Skirvin is the son of Richard Leon Skirvin and Janet [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Skirvin Family Tree," family-tree database (http://tahtonkah.tripod.com/skirvins.html : accessed 11 Nov 2013), Harvey Lewis Skirvin. Database owner is unknown but is related to the Skirvin family.

Richard Leon Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     Richard Leon Skirvin is the son of Harvey Lewis Skirvin and Ouida Blanche Young.1

Child of Richard Leon Skirvin and Janet [-?-]

Citations

  1. "Obituaries - Free Online Library," transcription, The Free Library by Farlex (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Obituaries.-a092602921 : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for Ouida Skirvin. Citing The Register-Guard (Eugene, Oregon), 2 Oct 2002.
  2. "Skirvin Family Tree," family-tree database (http://tahtonkah.tripod.com/skirvins.html : accessed 11 Nov 2013), Harvey Lewis Skirvin. Database owner is unknown but is related to the Skirvin family.

Robert W Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     Robert W Skirvin is the son of Harvey Lewis Skirvin and Ouida Blanche Young.1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries - Free Online Library," transcription, The Free Library by Farlex (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Obituaries.-a092602921 : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for Ouida Skirvin. Citing The Register-Guard (Eugene, Oregon), 2 Oct 2002.

T J Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     T J Skirvin was born between 1877 and 1878 in Nebraska.1
YearLocation
1930Lane Co, Oregon1
     T J Skirvin appeared on the 1930 federal census of Lane Co, Oregon, enumerated 17 April 1930. Household: T J Skirvin (52), Alta (wif - 51), Lewis (neph - 27), Ouida (niece - 26), Robert W (grneph - 10/12), John Banich (boarder - 32), and Harvey Green (neph - 40), residing at 1479 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, where T J was a feed and grain dealer, owning his own warehouse, and owning his home valued at $2,500 and had a radio.1

Child of T J Skirvin

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Lane County, Oregon, population schedule, Eugene, enumeration district (ED) 20-45, page/sheet 112B/3B, dwelling 71, family 76, T J Skirvin household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1946.

Weldon Jean Skirvin

Last Edited=11 Nov 2013
     Weldon Jean Skirvin is the son of Harvey Lewis Skirvin and Ouida Blanche Young.1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries - Free Online Library," transcription, The Free Library by Farlex (http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Obituaries.-a092602921 : accessed 11 Nov 2013), entry for Ouida Skirvin. Citing The Register-Guard (Eugene, Oregon), 2 Oct 2002.

Mary Slack

Last Edited=16 May 2014
     Mary Slack was born between 1776 and 1778 in Virginia Colony. She married Cornelius Atcher, son of George Atcher and Joannah [-?-], 17 October 1803 in Loudoun Co, Virginia. Mary Slack died between September 1860 and June 1870 in Fayette Co, Ohio.
YearLocation
1850Jasper Co, Ohio1
1860Jasper Co, Ohio2
     Mary Slack appeared on the 1850 federal census of Jasper Co, Ohio, enumerated 17 September 1850. Household: Mary Acher (73), George S (43), and Jeremiah (38), residing in Jasper Township.1 She appeared on the 1860 federal census of Jasper Co, Ohio, in the household of Jeremiah Atcher.2

Children of Mary Slack and Cornelius Atcher

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Jasper Township, p. 148A, dwelling 1187, family 1187, Mary Acher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 678.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Jasper Township, Jasper Mills post office, p. 498B, dwelling 2572, family 2584, Jeremiah Atcher household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 959.

Bessie Louise Slater

Last Edited=18 Jun 2014
     Bessie Louise Slater was born 19 September 1924 in Grove City, Mercer Co, Pennsylvania.1,2 She married Robert Wright Etcher, son of John Rochford Etcher and Mabel Cora Wright, between 1946 and 1947.2,3 Bessie Louise Slater died 8 September 2005 in Stow, Summit Co, Ohio, at age 80 (last residence was Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County, Ohio.)1,4 She was buried 12 September 2005 in Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman, Wayne Co, Ohio.2
     Her Social Security Number was 174-20-0150, issued before 1951 in Pennsylvania.1 Bessie Louise Slater was mentioned in the obituary of Robert Wright Etcher 5 August 2003.3 Her obituary stated: "Bessie S Etcher, 80, died Sept 8, 2005. Born in Grove City, Pa, she had lived in Stow since 1964, and retired from the Stow school system with 17 years service. A graduate of Northwestern University and Kent State University, she was an avid bridge player and golfer, past president of Stow Woman's Club, a volunteer at Stan Hywet, and a member of the Church in Silver Lake, Stow Sunshiners, Fox Den Golf League, Friends of Stow-Munroe Falls Library, and the Chestnut Society. Preceded in death by her husband, Lt Cmdr Robert W Etrcher, USN Ret, in 2003, and son, William Robert, in 1968, she is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Rev John and Philinda Etcher of Centreville, Va; daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Mark Wolfe of Richmond, Va; son and daughter-in-law, Thomas and Linda Etcher of Stow; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. . . ."2

Children of Bessie Louise Slater and Robert Wright Etcher

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 18 Mar 2005), entry for Bessie S Etcher, SS no. 174-20-0150; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  2. "Obituaries: Bessie S Etcher," Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio, 10 Sep 2005, B7; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  3. "Obituaries: Robert W Etcher," Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio, 5 Aug 2003, B7; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  4. Beth Showalter, "Etcher Family Genealogy," e-mail message from crash9875@yahoo.com to Robert Stoy, 2 Aug 2009.

Elizabeth Slater1

Last Edited=28 Jul 2007
     Elizabeth Slater was born 9 October 1791 in Lovettsville, Loudoun Co, Virginia.1,2 She married Caspar Spring between 1808 and 1810 (the marriage date is estimated based on children's birth dates.)1

Child of Elizabeth Slater and Caspar Spring

Citations

  1. Suzan Freeman (e-mail pandorakatt@email.msn.com), "Springs in VA OH," e-mail message to Spring message board, 22 Nov 1999 (http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/… : accessed 15 Nov 2001.)
  2. "Weller and Related Families," family-tree database, MyFamily.com (http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi : accessed Jan 2002), Elizabeth Slater. [Robert J Weller, rjweller@sbeglobal.net, no sources given; updated 5 Mar 2007].

Carol A Slothower1

Last Edited=5 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. 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.

Ruth Isabelle Small1,2

Last Edited=30 Aug 2006
     Ruth Isabelle Small was born 6 June 1893 in Washington, DC.3 She married George Clay Maust.1 Ruth Isabelle Small died 14 December 1980 in Pinellas Co, Florida, at age 87 (last residence was Clearwater, Pinellas County, Florida.)3,4
     Ruth Isabelle Small was listed in the WWI draft registration record of George Clay Maust 18 September 1918.5 Her Social Security Number was 577-03-2699, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.3 Ruth Isabelle Small was mentioned in the obituary of George Clay Maust 25 May 1954.1

Child of Ruth Isabelle Small and George Clay Maust

Citations

  1. "Obituary: George C Maust," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 25 May 1954, 18; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. Charles J C Maffett, "Maffett Family Research Papers," copy of material provided to Robert Stoy by Charles J C Maffett Jan 2006. Material in possession of Robert Stoy, 3 Collingwood, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 as of Mar 2006.
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 23 Aug 2005), entry for Ruth Maust, SS no. 577-03-2699; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. "Florida Death Index 1936-1998," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 29 Aug 2006), entry for Ruth Isabelle Maust. Original data: State of Florida. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998. Florida: Florida Health Department, Office of Vital Records, 1998.
  5. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 29 Aug 2006), George Clay Maust 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 Beatrice Smallwood1

Last Edited=23 Jan 2016
     Mary Beatrice Smallwood was born 22 December 1928 in Frederick Co, Virginia.1,2 She married George Randolph Caylor, son of William Sylvester Caylor and Blanche Mae Hawes, 15 January 1950 in Fauquier Co, Virginia.2,1 Mary Beatrice Smallwood died 18 January 1993 at age 64.1

Children of Mary Beatrice Smallwood and George Randolph Caylor

Citations

  1. Glenn Sylvia, "Descendent Record of John Alexander Caylor," material comes from research by Glenn Sylvia communicated to Robert Stoy Oct 2005 by letter.
  2. Ancestry.com, "Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=9279 : accessed 19 Jan 2016), George Randolph Caylor. Original data: Virginia, Marriages, 1936-2014. Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia.

[-?-] Smallwood1

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     [-?-] Smallwood married Vera Alverta Caylor, daughter of Joseph John Caylor and Edith Cockerille, circa 1911.1
     [-?-] Smallwood was mentioned in the following event: Miss Cecil C Caylor hosted a party for the girls of the Adah Class of the Ninth Street Christian Sunday School 6 Jan 1912. Mr and Mrs Caylor were present, as were Mr and Mrs Smallwood and J E Spaulding [her future husband].2

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 227, page/sheet 39B/5B, dwelling 95, family 131, Clifford Hartman Spence household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 208.
  2. "Society," The Washington Post, 7 Jan 1912, E7; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Apr 2005.)

Alfred B Smith

Last Edited=14 Nov 2006
     Alfred B Smith was born between 1861 and 1862 in Virginia.1 He was the son of Isaac Reynolds Smith and Clymena Sayre.
     Alfred B Smith appeared on the 1870 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1880 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, in his parent's household; he worked on the farm.2

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, Centreville, p. 259A, dwelling 190, family 190, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1700.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, 182, enumeration district (ED) Ellsworth district, p. 59B, dwelling 117, family 121, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1414.

Andrew Smith

Last Edited=13 Nov 2012
     Andrew Smith was born between 1804 and 1805 in Ohio.1 He married second Lavina Faucett.1
     Andrew Smith appeared on the 1870 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, enumerated 2 August 1870. Household: Andrew Smith (67) and Robert E (34), residing in Lawrence Township, Castleton post office, where Andrew was a farmer.2 He appeared on the 1880 federal census of Marion Co, Indiana, enumerated 28 June 1880. Household: Andrew Smith (75), Lavina (wif - 66), John Brady (grson - 4), Annie C Brady (stepdau - 44), and William Smith (26), residing in Lawrence Township where Andrew was a farmer.1

Child of Andrew Smith

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Lawrence Township, enumeration district (ED) 350A, p. 410, dwelling 401, family 51 of 63, Andrew Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 293.
  2. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Lawrence Township, Castleton post office, p. 405A, dwelling 95, family 95, Andrew Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 337.

Artamissa Smith1

Last Edited=17 Jan 2007
     Artamissa Smith was born in January 1870 in Missouri.1 She was the daughter of Sterling Smith and Mahala H Rudd.1
YearLocation
1870Dunklin Co, Missouri1
     Artamissa Smith appeared on the 1870 federal census of Dunklin Co, Missouri, in the household of George Donald Nelson.1

Citations

  1. 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.

Charles C Smith

Last Edited=21 May 2009
     Charles C Smith was born between 1874 and 1875 in Tennessee.1 He married Nina Jacoway, daughter of William Usrey Jacoway and Mary Shook, between July 1900 and 1901.2,1
     Charles C Smith appeared on the 1900 federal census of Dade Co, Georgia, enumerated 1 June 1900. Household of Amanda C Pace: Charley C Smith (boarder - 25), single and worked as a section foreman for a railroad.3 He appeared on the 1910 federal census of Hamilton Co, Tennessee, enumerated 22 April 1910. Household: Charles C Smith (35), Nina (wif - 34), and Charles C Jr (son - 6), residing at 118 Rossville Avenue, Chattanooga, where Charles C was foreman for a railroad yard and owned his home free of mortgage.1 He was mentioned in the obituary of Nina Jacoway 24 August 1912.2

Child of Charles C Smith and Nina Jacoway

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga, enumeration district (ED) 69, page/sheet 136B/7B, dwelling 141, family 167, Charles C Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1503.
  2. "Mrs C C Smith Dies at Chattanooga Home," The Constitution, Atlanta, 24 Aug 1912, 4, col 5; digital image, NewspaperArchive.com (http://www.newspaperarchive.com/ : accessed 19 May 2009.)
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Dade County, Georgia, population schedule, Trenton, enumeration district (ED) 48, page/sheet 245A/2A, dwelling 23, family 23, Amanda C Pace household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 191.

Charles C Smith Jr

Last Edited=20 May 2009
     Charles C Smith Jr was born between 1903 and 1904 in Alabama.1 He was the son of Charles C Smith and Nina Jacoway.1
     Charles C Smith Jr was mentioned in the obituary of Nina Jacoway 24 August 1912.2

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga, enumeration district (ED) 69, page/sheet 136B/7B, dwelling 141, family 167, Charles C Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1503.
  2. "Mrs C C Smith Dies at Chattanooga Home," The Constitution, Atlanta, 24 Aug 1912, 4, col 5; digital image, NewspaperArchive.com (http://www.newspaperarchive.com/ : accessed 19 May 2009.)

Charles H Smith

Last Edited=20 Aug 2007
     Charles H Smith married Stella Keith.1

Child of Charles H Smith and Stella Keith

Citations

  1. "Architect Gordon Laidlaw Smith Dies At 73; Rites To Be Tuesday," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 31 Jul 1967, 1,9.

Edith Katherine Smith

Last Edited=30 Sep 2008
     Edith Katherine Smith was born 3 April 1885 in Piney Flats, Sullivan Co, Tennessee.1,2,3 She married Frank Lafayette Ankers, son of Arthur Edwards Ankers and Mary Alice Higdon, between 1904 and 1905.4,5 Edith Katherine Smith died 3 October 1984 in her son's home, McLean, Fairfax Co, Virginia, at age 99 (last residence was Vienna, Fairfax County, Virginia.)2,3 She was buried in Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Herndon, Fairfax Co, Virginia.6
     Edith Katherine Smith appeared on the 1920 federal census of Washington, DC, in the household of Frank Lafayette Ankers.1 Edith Katherine Smith appeared on the 1930 federal census of Bedford Co, Virginia, in the household of Frank Lafayette Ankers.5 Edith Katherine Smith was listed in the WWII draft registration record of Frank Lafayette Ankers 27 April 1942.7 Her Social Security Number was 226-48-8019, issued in 1955 in Virginia.2 Her obituary stated: "Edith Katherine Ankers, 99, a resident of the Washington area since 1964 and a member of the Antioch Christian Church in Vienna, died of kidney failure Oct 3 at the home of her son in McLean, where she had lived for the past three years. Mrs Ankers was born in Piney Flats, Tenn. She lived in Washington from 1917 to 1927 and then moved to Bedford, Va, where she and her husband, Frank L Ankers, were farmers. Mr Ankers died in 1955. Mrs Ankers continued to farm until 1964, when she moved to Vienna. Survivors include two sons, Del Ankers of McLean, and J Lynn Ankers of Sunnyvale, Calif; a brother, Robert E Smith of Bristol, Va, and one grandchild."3

Children of Edith Katherine Smith and Frank Lafayette Ankers

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, -, enumeration district (ED) 118, page/sheet 1A/1A, dwelling 10, family 19, Frank L Ankers household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 208.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 9 Jun 2006), entry for Edith Ankers, SS no. 226-48-8019; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  3. "Obituaries: Edith Katherine Ankers," The Washington Post, 5 Oct 1984, B15; viewed on-line at http://www.chanute.com
  4. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4 Jun 2005), Frank Lafayette Ankers 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.
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Bedford County, Virginia, population schedule, Liberty district, enumeration district (ED) 10-10, page/sheet 175A/19A, dwelling 378, family 376, Frank Ancres household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2436.
  6. Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County, Virginia Gravestones, Volume IV, Western Section: Centreville, Chantilly, Herndon, Reston (Merrifield, Virginia: Fairfax Genealogical Society, 1999), HR-205.
  7. "U S World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 8 Jun 2006), entry for Frank Lafayette Ankers. 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.

Elizabeth Smith1

Last Edited=5 Aug 2007
     Elizabeth Smith was born 16 September 1805 in Berkeley Co, Virginia.2 She married William Merchant 18 May 1822.1 Elizabeth Smith died 12 April 1894 likely in Fayette Co, Ohio, at age 88.2
YearLocation
1870Fayette Co, Ohio3
     Elizabeth Smith appeared on the 1870 federal census of Fayette Co, Ohio, in the household of William Merchant.3 Her obituary stated: "Elizabeth Marchant ? b 16 Sept 1805 in Berkeley Co, VA. d 12 Apr 1894. Her family moved from Va by pack saddles in 1806 to Fairfield Co, O, then to Fayette Co in 1812. M. William Marchant in 1822. 10 children: Naham, Isaac, Willliam, John W, Jonah, Rebecca Snider, Nancy Fishback, listed in notice. Husband, Wm Marchant b 13 June 1800. Member M E Church.2

Children of Elizabeth Smith and William Merchant

Citations

  1. R. S. Dills, 1881 History of Fayette County, Ohio, Together with Historic Notes on the Northwest and the State of Ohio (Dayton, Ohio: Odell & Mayer, 1881), 813.
  2. "Fayette Co., Ohio - Obituaries," transcription, RootsWeb.com (http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohfayett/obits.html : accessed 4 Aug 2007), entry for Elizabeth Marchant.
  3. 1870 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Perry Township, Staunton post office, p. 537A, dwelling 81, family 81, William Merchant household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1199.

Elizabeth Jane Smith

Last Edited=2 Dec 2006
     Elizabeth Jane Smith was born between 1848 and 1849 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Isaac Reynolds Smith and Clymena Sayre.
     Elizabeth Jane Smith appeared on the 1850 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1860 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, district 61, p. 354A, dwelling 447, family 447, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 979.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, Wick post office, p. 34, dwelling 705, family 705, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1382.

Elliott Franklin Smith

Last Edited=7 May 2012
     Elliott Franklin Smith was born 29 August 1857 in Postville, Allamakee Co, Iowa.1 He married Hattie Emily Hummer, daughter of James Hummer and Emily Jane Crawford, 16 July 1885.1 Elliott Franklin Smith died in 1928.2 He was buried in Ashland Cemetery, Ashland, Jackson Co, Oregon.1

Citations

  1. "Jackson County Oregon History Notes: Ashland Cemetery Record, Ashland, Oregon S-T," transcription, Wright Research & Archives (http://wrightarchives.blogspot.com/2011/04/… : accessed 5 May 2012), entry for Hattie Emily Hummer.
  2. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 5 May 2012), Elliott Smith 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.

Geoff Smith

Last Edited=3 Jun 2009
     Geoff Smith is the son of Philip Smith and Mary Beth Weatherwax.1

Citations

  1. "WashburnRural," (http://washburnrural.homestead.com/ : accessed 2 Jun 2009.)

Geraldine Hazel Smith

Last Edited=31 Jul 2008
     Geraldine Hazel Smith was born 11 November 1898.1 She married Robert Paul Simmons, son of William Glenn Simmons and Martha Jane "Jennie" Park, 28 June 1920.2 Geraldine Hazel Smith died 10 August 1984 in Asheville, Buncombe Co, North Carolina, at age 85.2,1
     Geraldine Hazel Smith appeared on the 1930 federal census of Buncombe Co, North Carolina, in the household of Robert Paul Simmons.3 Her Social Security Number was 237-58-7906, issued in 1955 in North Carolina.1

Children of Geraldine Hazel Smith and Robert Paul Simmons

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 31 Jul 2008), entry for Geraldine Simmons, SS no. 237-58-7906; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  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. 1930 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, population schedule, Asheville, enumeration district (ED) 11-27, page/sheet 273B/12B, dwelling 269, family 281, Robert P Simmons household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1675.

Gordon Laidlaw Smith

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Gordon Laidlaw Smith was born 24 September 1893 in Wyoming, Hamilton Co, Ohio.1 He was the son of Charles H Smith and Stella Keith.2 Gordon Laidlaw Smith married first Sarah E Simmons, daughter of John Robert Simmons and Eula Moyers, between 1921 and 1922.3,4 Gordon Laidlaw Smith married second Helen Becking.2 Gordon Laidlaw Smith died 31 July 1967 in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, Tennessee, at age 73.2 He was buried 2 August 1967 in Chattanooga Memorial Park, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, Tennessee.2
     Gordon Laidlaw Smith registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 1 June 1917 in Wyoming, Hamilton Co, Ohio, where he lived at 723 Stout Avenue and was a candidate for the Engineering Company, 9th [?] U S Army at Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. He was single, no dependents, medium height, medium build, had blue eyes and brown hair.1 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Hamilton Co, Tennessee, enumerated 5 January 1920. Household: Gordon L Smith (26), residing at the Adams Apartment House, 809 Georgia Avenue, Chattanooga, where he was an architect for the Interstate Commerce Commission.5 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Hamilton Co, Tennessee, enumerated 16 April 1930. Household: Gordon L Smith (36), Sarah S (wif - 35), and Gordon L (son - 4), residing at 521 Mabel Street, Chattanooga, where Gordon L was an architect on his own account - he was a veteran, rented his home for $55/month and had a radio set.4 He was mentioned in the obituary of Sarah E Simmons 14 January 1942.3 His Social Security Number was 410-62-6253, issued in 1955 in Tennessee.6 His obituary stated: "Gordon Laidlaw Smith, 73, of 116 Wilder Drive, Signal Mountain, prominent Chattanooga architect, died Sunday morning in a hospital here. Mr Smith was a native of Wyoming, Ohio, and the son of the late Charles H and Stella Keith Smith. He was a graduate of Ohio State University, and was a World War I veteran. He was a member of American Legion Post 14, a deacon of First Presbyterian Church, and a past master of John Bailey Nicklin Lodge 712, F&AM. Mr Smith was a member of American Institute of Architects. He was also a member of the Chattanooga chapter of AIA. He is one of the few area architects to have been examined and certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. A staunch advocate of the traditionalist school of architecture, he maintained that the best of modern architecture was created by men trained in traditional design. The rest, he said, was just engineering. Architects Smith and Leland Ashby designed such prominent Chattanooga landmarks as the First Christian Church on McCallie Avenue, and Red Bank Baptist Church on Dayton Boulevard. Mr Smith also designed the University of Chattanooga Student Center on Oak Street. As a traditionalist, he took justifiable pride in the structure, which suggests the cloistered beauty of a medieval baronial hall. Yet, it is entirely functional, and from the beginning has utilized modern materials (including aluminum door and window frames) and color. He was an ardent football and baseball fan, and had been an active golfer. He maintained an active interest in fishing in his later years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Helen Becking Smith; a son, Gordon L Smith Jr, Chattanooga; three grandchildren, Gordon L Smith III, Preston L Smith and Sarah Frances Smith, all of Chattanooga; one sister, Mrs Donald E Temple, Amherst, Mass; one brother, Stanton Smith, Derwood, Md. . . . Pallbearers will be Alfred Smith, Paul Stagmaier Jr, Warren S Gardner, Jr, Jack B Davis, Allen G Brown, Gordon P Street Jr and Dr Paul Johnson, Jr. . . ."2

Child of Gordon Laidlaw Smith and Sarah E Simmons

Citations

  1. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 18 Aug 2007), Gordon Laidlaw Smith 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.
  2. "Architect Gordon Laidlaw Smith Dies At 73; Rites To Be Tuesday," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 31 Jul 1967, 1,9.
  3. "Dies At Home Here - Mrs Gordon L Smith," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 14 Jan 1942, page 7 and 15 Jan 1942, page 9.
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga, enumeration district (ED) 33-3, page/sheet 50A/21A, dwelling 382, family 585, Gordon L Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2250.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga, enumeration district (ED) 176, page/sheet 290B/4B, dwelling 33, family 167, Gordon L Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1742.
  6. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 20 Aug 2007), entry for Gordon Smith, SS no. 410-62-6253; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)

Gordon Laidlaw Smith III1

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Gordon Laidlaw Smith III is the son of Gordon Laidlaw Smith Jr and Frances S [-?-].1,2

Citations

  1. "ZabaSearch," database, Zaba Inc (http://www.zabasearch.com : accessed 19 Aug 2007), entry for Gordon L Smith.
  2. "Architect Gordon Laidlaw Smith Dies At 73; Rites To Be Tuesday," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 31 Jul 1967, 1,9.

Gordon Laidlaw Smith Jr

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Gordon Laidlaw Smith Jr is the son of Gordon Laidlaw Smith and Sarah E Simmons.1

Citations

  1. "Dies At Home Here - Mrs Gordon L Smith," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 14 Jan 1942, page 7 and 15 Jan 1942, page 9.
  2. "ZabaSearch," database, Zaba Inc (http://www.zabasearch.com : accessed 19 Aug 2007), entry for Gordon L Smith.
  3. "Architect Gordon Laidlaw Smith Dies At 73; Rites To Be Tuesday," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 31 Jul 1967, 1,9.

Granville Smith1

Last Edited=14 Nov 2006
     Granville Smith was born between 1851 and 1852 in Virginia.1 He was the son of Isaac Reynolds Smith and Clymena Sayre.1
     Granville Smith appeared on the 1860 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1870 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, in his parent's household.2

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, Wick post office, p. 34, dwelling 705, family 705, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1382.
  2. 1870 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, Centreville, p. 259A, dwelling 190, family 190, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1700.

Harriett Isabel Smith

Last Edited=5 Aug 2011
     Harriett Isabel Smith was born in 1842 in Kentucky.1 She married Andrew Long, son of George Long and Rosanna Bridwell, 1 October 1861.1

Citations

  1. Stephanie Long, "Re: Stoy Genealogy," e-mail message from sglong5@yahoo.com to Robert Stoy, 4 Aug 2011.

Isaac Reynolds Smith

Last Edited=15 May 2014
     Isaac Reynolds Smith was born between 1822 and 1823 in Virginia.1 He married Clymena Sayre, daughter of Montgomery Sayre and Sarah Tharp, 3 October 1844 in Tyler Co, Virginia.2,3
     Isaac Reynolds Smith appeared on the 1850 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, enumerated 19 August 1850. Household: Isaac Smith (27), Climina (27), Sarah (3), and Jane (1), residing in district 61 where he was a farmer.1 He appeared on the 1860 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, enumerated 19 July 1860. Household: Isaac R Smith (38), Climema (38), Sarah (12), Eliza J (10), Granville (8), and Mary B (6), residing near Wick post office where he was a farmer.4 He appeared on the 1870 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, enumerated 1 August 1870. Household: Isaac Smith (48), Climena (48), Granville (18), Mary (16), and Alfred (8), residing in Centreville where he was a farmer.5 He appeared on the 1880 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, enumerated 11 June 1880. Household: Isaac R Smith (58), Climena (wif - 58), Mary B (dau - 26), Alfred B (son - 18), Montgomery Sayre (fil - 86), Sarah Sayre (mil - 80), and William Ash (grson - 13), residing in Ellsworth district, where Isaac was a farmer.6

Children of Isaac Reynolds Smith and Clymena Sayre

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, district 61, p. 354A, dwelling 447, family 447, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 979.
  2. Elizabeth Estlack Mullett and Carol Rush Hassig, compilers, Tyler County, West Virginia Marriage Book 1, 1815-1852 (New Martinsville, West Virginia: Wetzel County Genealogical Society, 1987.)
  3. Tyler County, West Virginia, Marriage Records 1815-1860, Tyler County Courthouse, Middlebourne, West Virginia, marriage bond of $150 paid by Isaac Reynolds Smith and Oliver P Stealey; viewed as microfilm 1,862,797, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. 1860 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, Wick post office, p. 34, dwelling 705, family 705, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1382.
  5. 1870 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, Centreville, p. 259A, dwelling 190, family 190, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1700.
  6. 1880 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, 182, enumeration district (ED) Ellsworth district, p. 59B, dwelling 117, family 121, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1414.

James W Smith

Last Edited=19 Mar 2009
     James W Smith is the son of Lindell L Smith and Robena Rachael Poole.1

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 245, page/sheet 236A/5A, dwelling 69, family 93, Lindell L Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 298.

Jeff Smith1

Last Edited=7 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. "Sunday Obituaries: John E Wilson," Santa Barbara News-Press, California, 25 Apr 2004.

Jeffrey Lynn Smith

Last Edited=24 Jan 2016

John Smith Jr1

Last Edited=28 Aug 2012
     John Smith Jr married Edna Alley, daughter of Felix Eugene Alley and Mary Elvira Hayes.1

Citations

  1. Archibald Henderson, North Carolina: The Old North State and the New (Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1941), 582-4.

Joseph Waightstill Smith1

Last Edited=20 Jun 2006
     Joseph Waightstill Smith was born 21 March 1918.2 He married Gladys M Moran, daughter of Claude Clinton Moran and Lola B [-?-].1 Joseph Waightstill Smith died 9 March 1995 at age 76.2 He was buried in Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Herndon, Fairfax Co, Virginia.2

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Gladys Moran Elkins Hancock Smith," The Washington Post, 29 Nov 2005, B7; viewed on-line at http://www.chanute.com
  2. Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County, Virginia Gravestones, Volume IV, Western Section: Centreville, Chantilly, Herndon, Reston (Merrifield, Virginia: Fairfax Genealogical Society, 1999), HR-215.

June Smith1,2

Last Edited=14 Apr 2008

Child of June Smith and George Robert Ankers

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: G Robert Ankers," The Washington Post, 11 Mar 2005; viewed on-line at http://www.chanute.com
  2. Linda Thompson Hutchins, "Jonathan Porter & Olive Frances (nee Bladen) Ankers Family," web site: http://millennium.fortunecity.com/woody/499; address: 313 Shady Lane, Azle, TX 76020-3225; phone: 817-444-3121, as of May 2006.

Lester Leland Smith

Last Edited=20 Aug 2012
     Lester Leland Smith was born between 1940 and 1941.1

Citations

  1. "People Search," database, PrivateEye.com (http://www.privateeye.com : accessed 20 Aug 2012), entry for Sharon Elise Smith.

Lillie May Smith

Last Edited=4 Aug 2007
     Lillie May Smith was born 23 May 1880 in Idaho.1,2 She married Ira Allen White, son of Robert White and Mary Jane Vandike, 21 December 1898 in Caldwell, Canyon Co, Idaho, (they lived in Middleton at the time of marriage.)1,3 Lillie May Smith died 26 June 1943 in Caldwell, Canyon Co, Idaho, at age 63.2
     Lillie May Smith appeared on the 1910 federal census of Canyon Co, Idaho, in the household of Ira Allen White.4 Lillie May Smith appeared on the 1920 federal census of Canyon Co, Idaho, in the household of Ira Allen White.5 Lillie May Smith appeared on the 1930 federal census of Canyon Co, Idaho, in the household of Ira Allen White.1

Children of Lillie May Smith and Ira Allen White

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Canyon County, Idaho, population schedule, Franklin precinct, enumeration district (ED) 14-26, page/sheet 181B/3B, dwelling 71, family 71, Ira White household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 398.
  2. "Idaho Death Index 1911-1951," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 23 Aug 2005), entry for Lillie Mae White. Original data: Bureau of Health Policy and Vital Statistics. Idaho Death Index, 1911-51. Boise, ID: Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, 19--.
  3. "Idaho Marriages 1842-1996," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 23 Aug 2005), entry for Ira A White. Original data: at local county courthouses.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Canyon County, Idaho, population schedule, Franklin precinct, enumeration district (ED) 284, page/sheet 371A/1A, dwelling 1, family 1, Ira A White household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 223.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Canyon County, Idaho, population schedule, Franklin precinct, enumeration district (ED) 47, page/sheet 86A/4A, dwelling 74, family 79, Ira White household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 290.

Lindell L Smith

Last Edited=19 Mar 2009
     Lindell L Smith was born 7 February 1903 in Virginia.1,2,3 He and Robena Rachael Poole obtained a marriage license 23 April 1924 (Rev J E Briggs.)1,4,2 Lindell L Smith died 6 June 1972 in Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax, Virginia, at age 69.3,5 He was buried 9 June 1972 in National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church, Virginia.5
YearLocation
1930Washington, DC2
     Lindell L Smith appeared on the 1930 federal census of Washington, DC, enumerated 5 April 1930. Household: Lindell L Smith (27), Robena R (wif - 25), Yvonne M (dau - 4), Lindell L Jr (son - 2), and James W (son - 1), residing at 808 5th Street NE where LIndell L was a chauffeurfor a taxi cab company.2 His Social Security Number was 578-20-6834, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.3 His obituary stated: "On Tuesday, June 6, 1972, at Fairfax Hospital, Lindell L Smith, of 2311 N Nottingham St, Arlington, Va, beloved husband of Robena P Smith, father of Mrs Yvonne Alexander, Lindell L Jr, James W and William L Smith, brother of William A Smith; also surviving are six grandchildren and one great-grandson. . . ."5

Children of Lindell L Smith and Robena Rachael Poole

Citations

  1. "Licensed to Marry: Lindell L Smith and Robina Poole," The Washington Post, 23 Apr 1924; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 3 Jan 2008.)
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 245, page/sheet 236A/5A, dwelling 69, family 93, Lindell L Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 298.
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 18 Mar 2009), entry for Lindell Smith, SS no. 578-20-6834; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. "Obituary: Marvin A Poole," The Washington Post, 6 Feb 1987; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  5. "Obituary: Lindell L Smith," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 7 Jun 1972.

Lindell L Smith Jr

Last Edited=19 Mar 2009
     Lindell L Smith Jr is the son of Lindell L Smith and Robena Rachael Poole.1

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 245, page/sheet 236A/5A, dwelling 69, family 93, Lindell L Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 298.

Lovey Jane Smith

Last Edited=30 Apr 2013
     Lovey Jane Smith was born 30 October 1901.1 She married Augustus Allen Young, son of Chapley Wilburn Young and Sarah W Andrews, in 1917.1 Lovey Jane Smith died 18 December 1968 at age 67.1 She was buried in Crestview Memorial Park, Wichita Falls, Wichita Co, Texas.1

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 Apr 2013), entry for Augustus Allen Young.

Lula Smith

Last Edited=31 Dec 2013
     Lula Smith was born 15 January 1871 in Georgia.1,2 She married John G Jacoway, son of William Usrey Jacoway and Mary Shook.1 Lula Smith died 19 April 1956 at age 85.1 She was buried in Trenton Baptist Cemetery, Trenton, Dade Co, Georgia.1
     Lula Smith appeared on the 1910 federal census of Dade Co, Georgia, in the household of William Usrey Jacoway, her father-in-law; she was widowed and one of her two children was alive in 1910.2 Lula Smith appeared on the 1920 federal census of Hamilton Co, Tennessee, enumerated 7 January 1920. She boarded in the household of J C Duncan: Mrs Jacoway (49) and Fannie (13), where Mrs Jacoway was a saleslady for a drugstore and was widowed.3 Her obituary appeared 20 April 1956.4

Child of Lula Smith and John G Jacoway

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 18 May 2009), entry for Lula S Jacoway.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Dade County, Georgia, population schedule, Trenton city, enumeration district (ED) 52, page/sheet 249A/1A, dwelling 5, family 5, W U Jacoway household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 181.
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Hamilton County, Tennessee, population schedule, Chattanooga, enumeration district (ED) 175, page/sheet 280B/5B, dwelling 94, family 105, J C Duncan household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1742.
  4. "Chattanooga Hamilton County Bicentennial Library," database, Chattanooga Hamilton County Bicentennial Library (http://www.lib.chattanooga.gov/localHist/obitnote.html : accessed 18 May 2009), entry for Lulu Smith Jacoway.

Lydia Smith

Last Edited=29 Jul 2013
     Lydia Smith married Peter Hansbrough 27 May 1752 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co, Virginia Colony.1

Children of Lydia Smith and Peter Hansbrough

Citations

  1. George Harrison Sanford King, The Register of Overwharton Parish Stafford County Virginia 1723 - 1758 (Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1961), 48.

Mary B Smith

Last Edited=14 Nov 2006
     Mary B Smith was born between 1853 and 1854 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Isaac Reynolds Smith and Clymena Sayre.
     Mary B Smith appeared on the 1860 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1870 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, in her parent's household.2 She appeared on the 1880 federal census of Tyler Co, West Virginia, in her parent's household.3

Citations

  1. 1860 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, Wick post office, p. 34, dwelling 705, family 705, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1382.
  2. 1870 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, Centreville, p. 259A, dwelling 190, family 190, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1700.
  3. 1880 U. S. Census, Tyler County, West Virginia, population schedule, 182, enumeration district (ED) Ellsworth district, p. 59B, dwelling 117, family 121, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1414.

Mattie Smith

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     Mattie Smith was born in December 1864 in Iowa.1,2 She married William M Caylor, son of Adam Caylor and Mary "Polly" Mitchell, between 1888 and 1889.1,2 Mattie Smith died in 1949.2
     Mattie Smith appeared on the 1900 federal census of Appanoose Co, Iowa, in the household of William M Caylor; one of her four children was alive in 1900.1 Mattie Smith appeared on the 1910 federal census of Appanoose Co, Iowa, in the household of William M Caylor; one of her four children was alive in 1910.3 Mattie Smith appeared on the 1920 federal census of Appanoose Co, Iowa, in the household of William M Caylor.4 Mattie Smith appeared on the 1930 federal census of Appanoose Co, Iowa, in the household of Ernest Paul Caylor, her son; she was widowed.5

Child of Mattie Smith and William M Caylor

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Appanoose County, Iowa, population schedule, Udell Township, enumeration district (ED) 15, page/sheet 47A/3A, dwelling 51, family 52, William Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 416.
  2. Garner Cleaver & David Costello, The Story of Unionville Iowa 1843-1993 (Unionville, Iowa: self-published, 1993.)
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Appanoose County, Iowa, population schedule, Udell Township, enumeration district (ED) 25, page/sheet 47B/7B, dwelling 65, family 65, William Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 391.
  4. 1920 U. S. Census, Appanoose County, Iowa, population schedule, Centerville city, enumeration district (ED) 16, page/sheet 65B/20B, dwelling 42, family 48, William Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 477.
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Appanoose County, Iowa, population schedule, Center Township, Centerville city, enumeration district (ED) 4-7, page/sheet 85A/5A, dwelling 124, family 124, Paul Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 641.

Preston L Smith

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Preston L Smith is the son of Gordon Laidlaw Smith Jr and Frances S [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Architect Gordon Laidlaw Smith Dies At 73; Rites To Be Tuesday," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 31 Jul 1967, 1,9.

Rhoda Smith

Last Edited=1 Sep 2006
     Rhoda Smith was born in May 1823 in Ohio.1 She married Peter Caylor, son of Jacob Caylor and Catherine Etcher, circa 1840.2
     Rhoda Smith appeared on the 1850 federal census of Jay Co, Indiana, in the household of Peter Caylor.3 Rhoda Smith appeared on the 1860 federal census of Fayette Co, Ohio, in the household of Peter Caylor.2 Rhoda Smith appeared on the 1870 federal census of Fayette Co, Ohio, in the household of Peter Caylor.4 Rhoda Smith appeared on the 1880 federal census of Fayette Co, Ohio, in the household of Peter Caylor.5 Rhoda Smith appeared on the 1900 federal census of Fayette Co, Ohio, in the household of Robert D Laird with no relationship indicated; she was widowed and seven of her 10 children were alive in 1900.1 Rhoda Smith appeared on the 1910 federal census of Clark Co, Ohio, in the household of William E Caylor; seven of her ten children were alive in 1910 and she was widowed.6

Children of Rhoda Smith and Peter Caylor

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Concord Township, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 14B/14B & 15A/15A, dwelling 305, family 313, Robert D Laird household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1266.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Wayne Township, Good Hope post office, p. 359A & 359B, dwelling 656, family 656, Peter Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 959.
  3. 1850 U. S. Census, Jay County, Indiana, population schedule, Richland Township, p. 357B, dwelling 35, family 35, Peter Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 153.
  4. 1870 U. S. Census, Fayette County, Ohio, population schedule, Wayne Township, Pancoastburg post office, p. 615A, dwelling 159, family 162, Peter Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 1199.
  5. 1880 U. S. Census, Fayette Co County, Ohio, population schedule, Wayne Township, enumeration district (ED) 54, p. 546A, dwelling 287, family 295, Peter Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1014.
  6. 1910 U. S. Census, Clark County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield, enumeration district (ED) 40, page/sheet 213A/1A, dwelling 1, family 1, William Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1159.
  7. Maude Post Rankin, Cemeteries of Fayette County, Ohio (Washington, DC: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1972), 145; viewed as microfilm 901,218, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Robert E Smith

Last Edited=11 Nov 2012
     Robert E Smith was born between 1835 and 1836 in Indiana.1 He was the son of Andrew Smith.1

Citations

  1. 1870 U. S. Census, Marion County, Indiana, population schedule, Lawrence Township, Castleton post office, p. 405A, dwelling 95, family 95, Andrew Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M593, roll 337.

Ruby Margaret Smith1

Last Edited=25 Dec 2008
     Ruby Margaret Smith was born 11 July 1897 in Virginia.2,3 She and Gentry Lawrence Muse obtained a marriage license circa 20 February 1916 in Washington, DC, (both were of Leesburg - Rev L M Chambers presiding.)3,4 Ruby Margaret Smith died 13 February 1981 in Loudoun Memorial Hospital, Leesburg, Loudoun Co, Virginia, at age 83 (last residence was Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia.)2,5 She was buried 16 February 1981 in Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun Co, Virginia.5
     Ruby Margaret Smith appeared on the 1920 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Gentry Lawrence Muse.3 Ruby Margaret Smith appeared on the 1930 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Gentry Lawrence Muse.6 Ruby Margaret Smith was listed in the WWII draft registration record of Gentry Lawrence Muse 27 April 1942.7 Ruby Margaret Smith was mentioned in the obituary of Gentry Lawrence Muse 10 December 1958.8 Her Social Security Number was 224-96-1462, issued in 1973 in Virginia.2 Her obituary stated: "On Friday, February 13, 1981, at the Loudoun Memorial Hospital, Leesburg, Va, Ruby Margaret Muse of Leesburg, Va, wife of the late Gentry L Muse; mother of J Lawrence Muse of Leesburg, Va, Aiton C Muse of Halltown, W Va, Thomas G Muse of Marlow, W Va, James R Muse of Leesburg, Va, Hugh L Muse of Broad Run Farm, Va, Frances M Ready of Greenbelt, Md, and Patricia M Morrison of Leesburg, Va; sister of Mrs Alice Shugars of Leesburg, Va, and Mrs Bertie Lafever of Newport Richey, Fla; also survived by 17 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. . . ."5

Children of Ruby Margaret Smith and Gentry Lawrence Muse

Citations

  1. "Benjamin H Smith of Leesburg Dies," The Washington Post, 10 Aug 1946, 3; 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 5 Oct 2005), entry for Ruby Muse, SS no. 224-96-1462; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  3. 1920 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Leesburg district, enumeration district (ED) 68, page/sheet 149A/7A, dwelling 142, family 142, Gentry Muse household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1893.
  4. "Licensed to Marry: Gentry D Muse and Ruby M Smith," The Washington Post, 20 Feb 1916; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 3 Jan 2008.)
  5. "Obituaries: Ruby Margaret Muse," The Washington Post, 15 Feb 1981, B8; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Leesburg district, enumeration district (ED) 54-2, page/sheet 190A/3A, dwelling 47, family 47, Gentry L Muse household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2448.
  7. "U S World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 Jun 2006), entry for Gentry Lawerence Muse. 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.
  8. "Died: Gentry Lawrence Muse," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 10 Dec 1958, B2; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Sarah Smith

Last Edited=2 Dec 2006
     Sarah Smith was born between 1846 and 1847 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Isaac Reynolds Smith and Clymena Sayre.
     Sarah Smith appeared on the 1850 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1860 federal census of Tyler Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.2

Citations

  1. 1850 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, district 61, p. 354A, dwelling 447, family 447, Isaac Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 979.
  2. 1860 U. S. Census, Tyler County, Virginia, population schedule, Wick post office, p. 34, dwelling 705, family 705, Isaac R Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1382.

Sarah Smith

Last Edited=20 Feb 2015
     Sarah Smith married John Adams (both were of Burlington County.)1

Child of Sarah Smith and John Adams

Citations

  1. Charles R Hutchinson, "Charles R Hutchinson Collection, Papers, 1788-1927," 10 vols. (handwritten material, revision 1911, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah), (Vol 71.1, Family Records, Book 1, Hutchinson Family, pp29-32; FHL film #2,320,341. A transcription of the Hutchinson papers can be found at http://www.richardshutchinson.com/JohnHutchinsonPearson.htm

Sarah Frances Smith

Last Edited=20 Aug 2007
     Sarah Frances Smith is the daughter of Gordon Laidlaw Smith Jr and Frances S [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Architect Gordon Laidlaw Smith Dies At 73; Rites To Be Tuesday," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 31 Jul 1967, 1,9.

Sterling Smith1

Last Edited=27 Mar 2007
     Sterling Smith was born between 1847 and 1848 in Tennessee.1 He married Mahala H Rudd, daughter of Herrod Rudd and Margaret B Reatherford.1
YearLocation
1870Dunklin Co, Missouri1
     Sterling Smith appeared on the 1870 federal census of Dunklin Co, Missouri, in the household of George Donald Nelson; he worked on a farm.1

Child of Sterling Smith and Mahala H Rudd

Citations

  1. 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.

William L Smith

Last Edited=18 Apr 2009
     William L Smith is the son of Lindell L Smith and Robena Rachael Poole.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Lindell L Smith," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 7 Jun 1972.

Yvonne M Smith

Last Edited=19 Mar 2009
     Yvonne M Smith was born 27 December 1925 in Virginia.1,2 She was the daughter of Lindell L Smith and Robena Rachael Poole.1 Yvonne M Smith married Gordon F Alexander.3 Yvonne M Smith died 4 May 2001 at age 75 (last residence was Arlington, Virginia.)2
     Her Social Security Number was 578-26-1380, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.2 Yvonne M Smith was mentioned in the obituary of Lindell L Smith 7 June 1972.3

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 245, page/sheet 236A/5A, dwelling 69, family 93, Lindell L Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 298.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 18 Mar 2009), entry for Yvonne S Alexander, SS no. 578-26-1380; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  3. "Obituary: Lindell L Smith," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 7 Jun 1972.

[-?-] Smith

Last Edited=1 Feb 2011
     [-?-] Smith married Adaline Simpson.1

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Monroe County, Ohio, population schedule, Malaga Township, enumeration district (ED) 97, page/sheet 140B/9B, dwelling 182, family 183, Adda Smith household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1305.

[-?-] Smith

Last Edited=5 Feb 2013

[-?-] Smith

Last Edited=8 Apr 2016

David Wayne Smithpeter

Last Edited=10 Feb 2013
     David Wayne Smithpeter was born 6 November 1824.1 He married Sarah Elizabeth Young, daughter of William Hyter Young and Mary Jane Hendrix.2,1 David Wayne Smithpeter died 17 January 1907 at age 82.1

Citations

  1. Violet Hendricks Hendrix, The Hendrix Family of Carter County, Tennessee: Descendents of John Hendrix 1756-1846 As Known to the Editor in December 1975 (Kingsport, Tennessee: privately published, 1976), 96; digital images, DuckandIris.net (http://duckandiris.net/Hendrix/… : accessed 11 Feb 2012).
  2. Goldene Fillers Burgner, Washington County Tennessee Wills 1777-1872 (1983; reprint Greenville, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1992), 83.

Chester Ross Smithson

Last Edited=10 Jun 2006
     Chester Ross Smithson was born 29 August 1886 in Randolph Co, Indiana.1,2 He was the son of William H Smithson.3 Chester Ross Smithson married Blanche E Caylor, daughter of Lewis Marion Caylor and Martha Jane Hastings, between 1914 and 1915.4 Chester Ross Smithson died in 1965.5 He was buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Redkey, Richland Township, Jay Co, Indiana.5
YearLocation
1930Randolph Co, Indiana3
     Chester Ross Smithson registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 5 June 1917 in Randolph Co, Indiana, where he lived on rural route 12 in Ridgeville and worked as a farmer. He had a wife and child to support, was of medium height, stout build, had blue eyes and red hair.1 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Randolph Co, Indiana, enumerated 18 April 1930. Household: Ross Smithen (43), Blanch (wif - 34), Dwain (son - 14), and William H (fath - 69), residing in Green Township where Ross and his father were farmers.3 He registered for the World War II Selective Service Draft 27 April 1942 and he lived on Route 3, Ridgeville, Franklin Township, Randolph County, Indiana. He named Blanch Smithson of the same address as a person who would know his address. He was self-employed; height 5'-8", weight 150 pounds, had blue eyes, gray hair and ruddy complexion.2

Child of Chester Ross Smithson and Blanche E Caylor

Citations

  1. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 Mar 2006), Chester Ross Smithson 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.
  2. "U S World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 2006), entry for Chester Ross Smithson. 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.
  3. 1930 U. S. Census, Randolph County, Indiana, population schedule, Green Township, enumeration district (ED) 68-3, page/sheet 22B/6B, dwelling 141, family 159, Ross Smithen household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 624.
  4. 1920 U. S. Census, Jay County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township, enumeration district (ED) 70, page/sheet 53B/4B, dwelling 99, family 99, L M Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 440.
  5. "Jay County Genealogy On-Line Database," database, RootsWeb.com (http://www.rootsweb.com/~injay/records/… : accessed Jun 2007), entries for Caylor and allied families.

Wallace Dwain Smithson

Last Edited=4 Aug 2007
     Wallace Dwain Smithson was born 6 September 1915 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co, Ohio, (1920 census states birth date of Aug 1915 and birthplace Indiana.)1,2,3 He was the son of Chester Ross Smithson and Blanche E Caylor.1 Wallace Dwain Smithson died 16 July 2000 in a nursing home at age 84 (last residence was either Union City, Randolph County, Indiana, or Darke County, Ohio.)2,3 He was buried (he was removed from the state of Ohio for burial.)2
     Wallace Dwain Smithson appeared on the 1920 federal census of Jay Co, Indiana, in the household of Lewis Marion Caylor, his grandfather.1 Wallace Dwain Smithson appeared on the 1930 federal census of Randolph Co, Indiana, in his parent's household.4 His Social Security Number was 310-14-3875, issued before 1951 in Indiana.3

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Jay County, Indiana, population schedule, Jefferson Township, enumeration district (ED) 70, page/sheet 53B/4B, dwelling 99, family 99, L M Caylor household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 440.
  2. "Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, & 1958-2007," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 21 Aug 2005), entry for Wallace Dwain Smithson. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002. Columbus, OH, USA: Ohio Department of Health, State Vital Statistics Unit. Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics. Death Certificates and index, December 20, 1908-December 31, 1953. State Archives Series 3094. Ohio Historical Society, Ohio.
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 21 Apr 2005), entry for Wallace D Smithson, SS no. 310-14-3875; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Randolph County, Indiana, population schedule, Green Township, enumeration district (ED) 68-3, page/sheet 22B/6B, dwelling 141, family 159, Ross Smithen household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 624.

William H Smithson1

Last Edited=23 Mar 2006
     William H Smithson was born between 1860 and 1861 in Indiana.1
YearLocation
1930Randolph Co, Indiana1
     William H Smithson appeared on the 1930 federal census of Randolph Co, Indiana, in the household of Chester Ross Smithson.1

Child of William H Smithson

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Randolph County, Indiana, population schedule, Green Township, enumeration district (ED) 68-3, page/sheet 22B/6B, dwelling 141, family 159, Ross Smithen household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 624.

Bonnie L Smoot1

Last Edited=6 Jan 2007
     Bonnie L Smoot was born 30 November 1906 in Missouri.1,2 She was the daughter of Harry H Smoot and Jessie M [-?-].1 Bonnie L Smoot married Sherman Herbert Crouse, son of Andy S Crouse and Sarah J Hardesty, between 1928 and 1929.1 Bonnie L Smoot died 12 May 1994 at age 87 (last residence was Lansing, Leavenworth County, Kansas.)2
YearLocation
1930Leavenworth Co, Kansas1
     Bonnie L Smoot appeared on the 1930 federal census of Leavenworth Co, Kansas, in her father's household.1 Her Social Security Number was 512-64-9847, issued in 1971 in Kansas.2

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Leavenworth County, Kansas, population schedule, Leavenworth city, enumeration district (ED) 55-22, page/sheet 58B/9B, dwelling 224, family 259, Harry H Smoot household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 708.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 5 Jan 2007), entry for Bonnie L Crouse, SS no. 512-64-9847; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)

Harry H Smoot1

Last Edited=25 Oct 2012
     Harry H Smoot was born between 1881 and 1882 in Missouri.1 He married Jessie M [-?-] between 1907 and 1908.1
YearLocation
1930Leavenworth Co, Kansas1
     Harry H Smoot appeared on the 1930 federal census of Leavenworth Co, Kansas, enumerated 14 April 1930. Household: Harry H Smoot (48), Jessie M (wif - 48), Anna F (dau - 20), Harry H (son - 19), Frances E (dau - 16), Sherman H Crouse (sil - 22), and Bonnie L Crouse (dau - 22), residing at 606 Oak Street, Leavenworth, where Harry was foreman for a railroad.1

Child of Harry H Smoot and Jessie M [-?-]

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Leavenworth County, Kansas, population schedule, Leavenworth city, enumeration district (ED) 55-22, page/sheet 58B/9B, dwelling 224, family 259, Harry H Smoot household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 708.

Preveril Smyth1

Last Edited=22 Jul 2006
     Preveril Smyth was born between 1874 and 1875 in Virginia.1 He married Mary E Havener, daughter of Richard H Havener and Mary E Hummer, between June 1900 and 1901.1
     Preveril Smyth appeared on the 1910 federal census of Alexandria Co, Virginia, enumerated 20 April 1910. Household: Peravil H Smyth (35), Mary H (wif - 35), and Ida Havener (sil - 41), residing on Brown Avenue, Falls Church, where he was a bookkeeper for a storage company.1 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Alexandria Co, Virginia, enumerated 14 February 1920. Household: Peverell H Smyth (46), Mary H (wif - 45), and Agnes M B Havener (mil - 68), residing in Falls Church, where he was a secretary for a storage company.2

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, Falls Church, enumeration district (ED) 14, page/sheet 275B/2B, dwelling 34, family 34, Peravil H Smyth household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1620.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, Falls Church, enumeration district (ED) 15, page/sheet 261A/34A, dwelling 755, family 771, Peverell H Smyth household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1879.

Ivan Shields Snapp

Last Edited=9 Jul 2009
     Ivan Shields Snapp married Cleo Madge Ervin, daughter of David Jasper Newton Ervin and Susan Catherine Jones, between 1925 and 1926 (based on 1930 census.)1 Ivan Shields Snapp died in 1983.2

Citations

  1. "In the Matter of the Estate of Cleo M Snapp, Deceased", 7 Nov 2006 Session, In the Court of Appeals of Tennessee at Knoxville, 28 Feb 2007, (http://www.tsc.state.tn.us/OPINIONS/Tca/PDF/071/… : accessed 8 Jul 2009.)
  2. "Obituary: Cleo M Snapp," The Greeneville Sun, Greeneville, Tennessee, 1 Feb 2005; (http://www.ancestry.com/search/obit/ : accessed 8 Jul 2009), search for Cleo M Snapp.

Carrie Winder Snead1

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     Carrie Winder Snead was born in May 1878 in Virginia.2 She was the daughter of George H Snead and Virginia P [-?-].1 Carrie Winder Snead married Curtis Vernon Snider, son of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor, between 1907 and 1908.1,3 Carrie Winder Snead and Curtis Vernon Snider were divorced 27 October 1923 A divorce decree was granted by the State of Nevada in October 1923 "Curtis Vernon Snider from Carrie Winder Snider."4
     Carrie Winder Snead appeared on the 1900 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.2 She appeared on the 1910 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, in her parent's household with her husband.1 She appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, in the household of Curtis Vernon Snider.5

Children of Carrie Winder Snead and Curtis Vernon Snider

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 87, page/sheet 215B/13B, dwelling 264, family 275, Dr George H Snead household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1628.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 74, page/sheet 226A/16A, dwelling 283, family 291, Geo H Snead household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1708.
  3. Virginia Snead Hatcher, The Sneads of Fluvanna (Fork Union, Virginia: The Sneads of Fluvanna, Inc, 1959), 161.
  4. "Grant Permit for Cemetery in P V Hills," Torrance Herald, (California); digital image, Torrance Public Library (http://www.torranceca.gov/libraryarchive/ : accessed 15 May 2013.)
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 94, page/sheet 46A/2A, dwelling 28, family 28, C Vernon Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1889.

George H Snead1

Last Edited=12 Aug 2005
     George H Snead was born between 1833 and 1834 in Virginia.1 He married Virginia P [-?-] between 1853 and 1854.1
     George H Snead appeared on the 1900 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, enumerated 27 January 1900. Household: Geo H Snead (67), Virginia P (wif - 67), and Carrie W (dau - 22), residing in the Fork Union district.2 He appeared on the 1910 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, enumerated 30 April 1910. Household: Dr George H Snead (76), Virginia P (wif - 72), Vernon Snider (sil - 25), and Carrie W Snider (dau&wif - 30), residing in the Fork Union district where George Snead was a preacher.1

Child of George H Snead and Virginia P [-?-]

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 87, page/sheet 215B/13B, dwelling 264, family 275, Dr George H Snead household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1628.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 74, page/sheet 226A/16A, dwelling 283, family 291, Geo H Snead household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1708.

Junior E Snedeker

Last Edited=20 Dec 2014
     Junior E Snedeker was born 6 September 1928.1 He married Jeanette Wilda Sayre, daughter of Arthur Sayre and Nellie May Harker.2 Junior E Snedeker died 16 December 2013 at age 85.1 He was buried in St Clairsville Union Cemetery, St Clairsville, Belmont Co, Ohio.1
     His obituary stated: "Junior was born on September 6, 1928 and passed away on Monday, December 16, 2013. Junior was a resident of SaintClairsville, Ohio at the time of his passing. He was preceded in death by his wife Jeanette."1

Citations

  1. "Tributes.com," database, Tributes Inc (http://www.tributes.com : accessed 17 Dec 2014), entry for Junior E Snedeker.
  2. Toothman Funeral Home, "Obituary for Perman E Sayre," Toothman Funeral Home (http://www.toothmanfuneralhome.com/fh/obituaries/… : accessed 16 Dec 2014.)

Henry B Sneed

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007

[-?-] Snelling

Last Edited=23 Nov 2012
     [-?-] Snelling married Mary A Pelterman, daughter of William Pelterman and [-?-] Sholtz.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 12 Nov 2012), Oliver Simpson. Original data: Citing collections of the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Annie M Snider1

Last Edited=11 Aug 2005
     Annie M Snider was born in March 1897 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor.1
     Annie M Snider appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1910 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.2

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 11B/11B, dwelling 152, family 139, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1633.

Carl William Snider1

Last Edited=27 Jun 2007
     Carl William Snider was born 18 August 1891 in Daysville, Loudoun Co, Virginia.2,3,1 He was the son of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor.4 Carl William Snider married Ruth A Bell, daughter of William Bell and Ione I [-?-].5 Carl William Snider died in April 1967 at age 75 (last residence was Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland.)3
     Carl William Snider appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.4 He registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 5 June 1917 in Washington, DC, where he lived on 5th Street NW and was employed as a carpenter by the Boyle Robertson Construction Company in Washington. He was married, tall, stout, had light grey eyes and dark brown eyes.1 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Washington, DC, enumerated 10 January 1920. Household: Carl W Snider (28), Ruth A (wif - 23), Carl W Jr (son - 2), Marjorie C (dau - 1), Lloyd T (bro - 24), Ernest G (cou - 37), and Annie (cou - 20), residing at 1250 10th Street where he worked as a house carpenter on his own account.5 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Washington, DC, enumerated 2 April 1930. Household: Carl W Snider Jr [Sr] (38), Ruth A (wif 33), Carl W Jr (son - 12), Marjorie (dau - 11), and Peggy (dau - 9), residing at 225 Rock Creek Church Road, where Carl W was a carpenter.6 His Social Security Number was 578-05-5002, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.3

Children of Carl William Snider and Ruth A Bell

Citations

  1. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 14 Aug 2005), William Carl Snider 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.
  2. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County, Virginia Birth Register: 1880-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002), 140.
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 12 Aug 2005), entry for Carl Snider, SS no. 578-05-5002; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 287B/8B, page/sheet 67, dwelling 201, family 16 of 33, Carl W Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 205.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 326, page/sheet 183A/1A, dwelling 9, family 10, Carl W Snider Jr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 301.
  7. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Carl William Snider III1

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     Carl William Snider III is the son of Carl William Snider Jr and Ruth R [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Carl William Snider Jr

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Carl William Snider Jr was born 24 July 1917 in Washington, DC.1,2 He was the son of Carl William Snider and Ruth A Bell.1 Carl William Snider Jr married Ruth R [-?-].3 Carl William Snider Jr died 8 February 1976 in Livingston, Sumter Co, Alabama, at age 58 (last residence was Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland.)2,3 He was buried 11 February 1976 in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Silver Spring, Montgomery Co, Maryland.3
YearLocation
1920Washington, DC1
1930Washington, DC4
     Carl William Snider Jr appeared on the 1920 federal census of Washington, DC, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Washington, DC, in his parent's household; he was a salesman of magazines.4 His Social Security Number was 578-05-5001, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.2 He was mentioned in the obituary of Ruth A Bell 2 May 1970.5 His obituary stated: "On Sunday, February 8, 1976 at Livingston, Ala, Carl William Snider Jr, beloved husband of Ruth R Snider, father of Sharon Lee, Patricia Ann, James A, and Carl W Snider III, brother of Mrs Peggy Moss, Mrs Marjorie Adelman. . . .3

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 287B/8B, page/sheet 67, dwelling 201, family 16 of 33, Carl W Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 205.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 12 Aug 2005), entry for Carl Snider, SS no. 578-05-5001; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  3. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 326, page/sheet 183A/1A, dwelling 9, family 10, Carl W Snider Jr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 301.
  5. "Obituary: Ruth B Snider," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 2 May 1970; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Curtis Vernon Snider1

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     Curtis Vernon Snider was born 2 June 1884 in Daysville (near), Loudoun Co, Virginia.2,1 He was the son of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor.3 Curtis Vernon Snider married first Carrie Winder Snead, daughter of George H Snead and Virginia P [-?-], between 1907 and 1908.4,5 Curtis Vernon Snider and Carrie Winder Snead were divorced 27 October 1923 A divorce decree was granted by the State of Nevada in October 1923 "Curtis Vernon Snider from Carrie Winder Snider."6 Curtis Vernon Snider married second Lillian F [-?-] circa 1924 likely in California.7
     Curtis Vernon Snider appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.3 He appeared on the 1910 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, in the household of George H Snead, his father-in-law; he was a teacher in a public school.4 Curtis Vernon Snider registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 12 September 1918 in Palmyra, Fluvanna Co, Virginia, where he lived in Carysbrook with his wife. He was a farming contractor in business for himself and signed his name C Vernon Snider. He was tall, stout, had blue eyes and light colored hair.1 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, enumerated 31 January 1920. Household: C Vernon Snider (36), Carrie W (wif - 42), George H (son - 8), and Evelyn V (dau - 4&9/12), residing in the Fork Union district where he was a superintendent for a concrete building company.8 C Vernon Snider and Mrs Lillian F Snider first appeared in the California Voter Registration Index in 1924, residing at 2614-1/4 112 Avenue, Los Angeles, where C Vernon was noted as a builder, Democrat, and Lillian F was a housewife, Republican. They continued to appear in the voter list up to 1946 at various addresses.7 Have not located family in 1930 census.

In a newspaper article 23 Feb 1933, C Vernon Snider of Long Beach was granted a permit to create an addition to a cemetery in Palos Verdes Hills by the Los Angeles board of supervisors. Although over 100 protests had been filed no one showed up at the meeting so the board agreed to the addition.6 He appeared on the 1940 federal census of Los Angeles Co, California, enumerated April 1940. Household: C V Snider (55) and Lillian F (wif - 57 or 51), residing at 1941 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, where C V was a lawyer [crossed out] who rented his home for $28/month, had lived in the same place in 1935 and had completed five years of college.9

Children of Curtis Vernon Snider and Carrie Winder Snead

Citations

  1. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 12 Aug 2005), Curtis Vernon Snider 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.
  2. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County, Virginia Birth Register: 1880-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002), 140.
  3. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 87, page/sheet 215B/13B, dwelling 264, family 275, Dr George H Snead household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1628.
  5. Virginia Snead Hatcher, The Sneads of Fluvanna (Fork Union, Virginia: The Sneads of Fluvanna, Inc, 1959), 161.
  6. "Grant Permit for Cemetery in P V Hills," Torrance Herald, (California); digital image, Torrance Public Library (http://www.torranceca.gov/libraryarchive/ : accessed 15 May 2013.)
  7. "California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1249 : accessed 15 May 2013), entry for C Vernon Snider. Original data: State of California, United States. Great Register of Voters. Sacramento, California: California State Library.
  8. 1920 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 94, page/sheet 46A/2A, dwelling 28, family 28, C Vernon Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1889.
  9. 1940 U. S. Census, Los Angeles County, California, population schedule, Long Beach city, enumeration district (ED) 59-113, page/sheet 1993B/64B, household #979, C V Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T627, roll 373.

Ethel G Snider

Last Edited=11 Aug 2005
     Ethel G Snider was born in December 1879 in Virginia.1 She was the daughter of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor.1
     Ethel G Snider appeared on the 1880 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.2

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 52, p. 386B, dwelling 119, family 119, William P Snyder household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1375.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.

Evelyn V Snider1

Last Edited=26 Sep 2010
     Evelyn V Snider was born 26 October 1915 in Virginia (1920 census states Apr as birth month.)1,2 She was the daughter of Curtis Vernon Snider and Carrie Winder Snead.1 Evelyn V Snider married George Winston Crenshaw.3 Evelyn V Snider died 18 April 2005 at age 89 (last residence was Kilmarnock, Lancaster County, Virginia.)2
YearLocation
1920Fluvanna Co, Virginia1
     Evelyn V Snider appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, in her parent's household.1 Her Social Security Number was 223-07-9561, issued before 1951 in Virginia.2 She was mentioned in the obituary of George Winston Crenshaw 5 November 2003.4

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 94, page/sheet 46A/2A, dwelling 28, family 28, C Vernon Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1889.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 12 Aug 2005), entry for Evelyn S Crenshaw, SS no. 223-07-9561; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  3. Virginia Snead Hatcher, The Sneads of Fluvanna (Fork Union, Virginia: The Sneads of Fluvanna, Inc, 1959), 161.
  4. "Death Notice: G Winston Crenshaw Sr," Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginia, 5 Nov 2003; viewed on-line at http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohclark/obituary/query071.htm

George H Snider1

Last Edited=12 Jul 2012
     George H Snider was born between 1911 and 1912 in Virginia.1 He was the son of Curtis Vernon Snider and Carrie Winder Snead.1
YearLocation
1920Fluvanna Co, Virginia1
     George H Snider appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fluvanna Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Fluvanna County, Virginia, population schedule, Fork Union district, enumeration district (ED) 94, page/sheet 46A/2A, dwelling 28, family 28, C Vernon Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1889.

James A Snider1

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     James A Snider is the son of Carl William Snider Jr and Ruth R [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Jane E Snider

Last Edited=16 Sep 2007
     Jane E Snider was born between 1818 and 1819 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.1 She married first George Henry Wortman, son of Isaac Wortman and Susan [-?-], 18 December 1844 (bond provided by William Lafever Jr.)2 Jane E Snider died 1 May 1858 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.1
YearLocation
1850Loudoun Co, Virginia3
     Jane E Snider appeared on the 1850 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of George Henry Wortman.3

Children of Jane E Snider and George Henry Wortman

Citations

  1. Elizabeth R Frain and Marty Hiatt, Loudoun County, Virginia Death Register 1853-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1998), 280.
  2. John Vogt and T William Kethley, Loudoun County Marriages, 1760-1850 (Athens, Georgia: Iberian Publishing Co, 1985), 177.
  3. 1850 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, p. 323B and 324A, dwelling 172, family 172, Geo Wartman household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 957.
  4. 1860 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Belmont post office, p. 349, dwelling 219, family 219, George H Workman household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication M653, roll 1359.

John E Snider1

Last Edited=11 Aug 2005
     John E Snider was born in May 1886 in Virginia.1 He was the son of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor.1
YearLocation
1900Loudoun Co, Virginia1
     John E Snider appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.

Katherine "Peggy" Snider

Last Edited=20 Dec 2007
     Katherine "Peggy" Snider is the daughter of Carl William Snider and Ruth A Bell.1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Lavenia G Snider

Last Edited=17 May 2013
     Lavenia G Snider was born 3 March 1878 in Virginia.1,2 She married Henry Eppa Hunting Burr, son of Charles N Burr and Electa Anna Garafelia Caylor, 24 November 1897 in Fairfax Co, Virginia.3 Lavenia G Snider died 30 March 1965 at age 87.2 She was buried in Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Herndon, Fairfax Co, Virginia.2
     Lavenia G Snider appeared on the 1910 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Henry Eppa Hunting Burr; three of her four children were alive in 1900.4 Lavenia G Snider appeared on the 1920 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in the household of Henry Eppa Hunting Burr.1 Lavenia G Snider appeared on the 1930 federal census of Fairfax Co, Virginia, in the household of Henry Eppa Hunting Burr.5 Her obituary stated: "On Tuesday, March 30, 1965, in Cheverly, Md Lavania G (Venie) Burr, wife of the late Eppa H Burr; mother of Mrs Harvey Henderson, Beltsville, Md, and Howard E Burr, McLean, Va. Also survived by seven grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. . . ."6

Children of Lavenia G Snider and Henry Eppa Hunting Burr

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Dranesville district, enumeration district (ED) 29, page/sheet 116A/13A, dwelling 257, family 270, Eppa H Burr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1886.
  2. Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County, Virginia Gravestones, Volume IV, Western Section: Centreville, Chantilly, Herndon, Reston (Merrifield, Virginia: Fairfax Genealogical Society, 1999), HR-195.
  3. Constance K Ring and Craig R Scott, Index to the Fairfax County, Virginia Register of Marriages 1853-1933 (Lovettsville, Virginia: Willow Bend Books, 1997), 20.
  4. 1910 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 3B/3B, dwelling 46, family 46, Eppa H Burr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1633.
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Fairfax County, Virginia, population schedule, Dranesville district, enumeration district (ED) 30-7, page/sheet 37A/3A, dwelling 55, family 55, E H Burr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2442.
  6. "Obituary - Lavania G (Venie) Burr," The Washington Post and Times Herald, 1 Apr 1965; database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/category.aspx?cat=125 : accessed 14 May 2013.)

Lloyd T Snider1

Last Edited=21 Jun 2006
     Lloyd T Snider was born 10 August 1894 in Daysville, Loudoun Co, Virginia.2 He was the son of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor.1
     Lloyd T Snider appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in his parent's household.1 He appeared on the 1910 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in his parent's household; he was a farm laborer.3 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Washington, DC, in the household of Carl William Snider, his brother; he worked as a house carpenter on his own account.4

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.
  2. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County, Virginia Birth Register: 1880-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002), 140.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 11B/11B, dwelling 152, family 139, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1633.
  4. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 287B/8B, page/sheet 67, dwelling 201, family 16 of 33, Carl W Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 205.

Marjorie C Snider1

Last Edited=15 Dec 2007
     Marjorie C Snider was born 14 November 1918 in Washington, DC.1,2 She was the daughter of Carl William Snider and Ruth A Bell.1 Marjorie C Snider married [-?-] Adelman.3 Marjorie C Snider died 18 January 2000 at age 81 (last residence was Bowie, Prince Georges County, Maryland.)2
YearLocation
1920Washington, DC1
1930Washington, DC4
     Marjorie C Snider appeared on the 1920 federal census of Washington, DC, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1930 federal census of Washington, DC, in her parent's household; she was a saleslady of magazines.4 Her Social Security Number was 579-09-0513, issued before 1951 in Washington, DC.2 She was mentioned in the obituary of Ruth A Bell 2 May 1970.5 Marjorie C Snider was mentioned in the obituary of Carl William Snider Jr 10 February 1976.3

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 287B/8B, page/sheet 67, dwelling 201, family 16 of 33, Carl W Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 205.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 10 Aug 2007), entry for Marjorie S Adelman, SS no. 579-09-0513; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  3. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 326, page/sheet 183A/1A, dwelling 9, family 10, Carl W Snider Jr household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 301.
  5. "Obituary: Ruth B Snider," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 2 May 1970; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Patricia Ann Snider1

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     Patricia Ann Snider is the daughter of Carl William Snider Jr and Ruth R [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Sharon Lee Snider1

Last Edited=12 Aug 2007
     Sharon Lee Snider is the daughter of Carl William Snider Jr and Ruth R [-?-].1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: Carl William Snider Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Feb 1976; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

William P Snider1

Last Edited=26 Jun 2007
     William P Snider was born 24 July 1853 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.2,3,4 He married Levenia Gertrude Caylor, daughter of John Harrison Caylor and Susan Ann Edwards, 6 February 1879 in Herndon Methodist Episcopal Parsonage, Herndon, Fairfax Co, Virginia, (William was a carpenter at the time of his marriage.)4,3,5
     William P Snider appeared on the 1880 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 7 June 1880. Household: William P Snyder (26), Luvenia G (wif - 22), and Ethel (dau - 5/12Dec), residing in the Broad Run district where he was a carpenter.1 He appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 18 June 1900. Household: William P Snider (46), Lavenia G (wif - 42), Ethel G (dau - 20), Curtis V (son - 15), John E (son - 14), William C (son - 8), Lloyd T (son - 5), and Annie M (dau - 3), residing in the Broad Run district where he was a farmer.2 He appeared on the 1910 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 24 April 1910. Household: William P Snider (56), Lavenia G (wif - 52), Lloyd (son - 15), Annie M (dau - 13), and John J Boyd (boarder - 47), residing in the Broad Run district where William was a farmer.6 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, enumerated 8 January 1920. Household: Edward S Brown and family, with William P Snider (boarder - 66), widowed, no occupation.7 He published information on his family history in the Edwards Heirs journal of 1925 and was living in Anacostia, Washington DC at the time.3

Children of William P Snider and Levenia Gertrude Caylor

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 52, p. 386B, dwelling 119, family 119, William P Snyder household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1375.
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 12B/11B, dwelling 197, family 200, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.
  3. W P Snider, "W P Snider Route 3 Anacostia, DC", Edwards Heirs 1, No. 11 (Nov 1925): 96. Material contained in Collections of the Edwards Families of the United States Presented to Mrs John Edwards Dance, President of The Edwards Family of Georgia 1925-1926, Atlanta Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, March 1951; available on-line at http://www.lib.byu.edu/fhc/
  4. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County, Virginia Birth Register: 1880-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002), 173.
  5. Constance K Ring and Craig R Scott, Index to the Fairfax County, Virginia Register of Marriages 1853-1933 (Lovettsville, Virginia: Willow Bend Books, 1997), 129.
  6. 1910 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 11B/11B, dwelling 152, family 139, William P Snider household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1633.
  7. 1920 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 62, page/sheet 64A/3A, dwelling 39, family 39, Edward S Brown household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1893.

Cornelia Snow1

Last Edited=7 Jul 2006
     Cornelia Snow married Oscar A Furr.

Child of Cornelia Snow and Oscar A Furr

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Ruth F Wrenn," The Daily News Leader, Staunton, Virginia, 19 Jan 2004; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service.)

Gertrude Snyder

Last Edited=6 Oct 2011
     Gertrude Snyder was born 22 April 1915.1 She married Tyler Fenton Maffett Jr, son of Tyler Fenton Maffett and Linnie Elizabeth Donohoe.2 Gertrude Snyder died 28 December 1982 at age 67 (last residence was Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia.)2,3 She was buried 31 December 1982 in National Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls Church, Virginia.3
     Her Social Security Number was 156-12-2950, issued before 1951 in New Jersey.1 Her obituary stated: "On Tuesday, December 28, 1982, Gertrude S Maffett, of Falls Church, Va, beloved wife of Tyler F Maffett; mother of Mary Ann Robertson, Frank T, John F and William S Maffett. Also surviving are four sisters; one brother and four grandchildren. . . ."3

Citations

  1. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 6 Oct 2005), entry for Gertrude Maffett, SS no. 156-12-2950; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  2. "Obituaries: Tyler Fenton Maffett Jr," The Washington Post, 10 Jul 2003; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  3. "Obituaries: Gertrude Maffett," The Washington Post, 29 Dec 1982, C4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Gertrude L Snyder1

Last Edited=20 Sep 2005
     Gertrude L Snyder was born 25 October 1906.2 She married Kester Bloom. Gertrude L Snyder died 4 May 1994 at age 87 (last residence was Slanesville, Hampshire County, West Virginia.)2
     Her Social Security Number was 236-76-1180, issued in 1964 in West Virginia.2

Child of Gertrude L Snyder and Kester Bloom

Citations

  1. Shirley Cullers Miller, compiler, The Synder-Snider Family (Fredericksburg, Virginia: Bookcrafters, 1995), 96.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 20 Sep 2005), entry for Gertrude Bloom, SS no. 236-76-1180; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)

[-?-] Snyder

Last Edited=18 Apr 2009
     [-?-] Snyder married Elizabeth Sevier, daughter of Valentine Sevier and Naomi "Amy" Douglass.1 [-?-] Snyder died in November 1794.1

Citations

  1. Dallas T Herndon, Centennial History of Arkansas, Volume I (Chicago: S J Clarke Publishing Company, 1922), 218; digital images, Google Books (http://books.google.com : accessed Apr 2009). The material on the Sevier family originated with the Draper manuscript collection of the Wisconsin Historical Society in 1921.

[-?-] Snyder

Last Edited=21 Jan 2016

Arthur B Sole1

Last Edited=22 Sep 2005
     Arthur B Sole was born 4 July 1921 in West Virginia.1,2 He was the son of [-?-] Sole and Mary Ellen Sayre.1 Arthur B Sole died 29 March 1989 at age 67 (last residence was Tyner, Jackson County, Kentucky.)2
YearLocation
1930Wetzel Co, West Virginia1
     Arthur B Sole appeared on the 1930 federal census of Wetzel Co, West Virginia, in his mother's household.1 His Social Security Number was 235-18-8503, issued before 1951 in West Virginia.2

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Wetzel County, West Virginia, population schedule, Clay district, Littleton town, enumeration district (ED) 52-4, page/sheet 61B/6B, dwelling 122, family 144, Mary Rhoda household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2557.
  2. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 30 Apr 2005), entry for Arthur Sole, SS no. 235-18-8503; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)

[-?-] Sole1

Last Edited=22 Sep 2005
     [-?-] Sole married Mary Ellen Sayre, daughter of Joseph Sylvester Sayre and Elizabeth Wade.1

Child of [-?-] Sole and Mary Ellen Sayre

Citations

  1. 1930 U. S. Census, Wetzel County, West Virginia, population schedule, Clay district, Littleton town, enumeration district (ED) 52-4, page/sheet 61B/6B, dwelling 122, family 144, Mary Rhoda household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2557.

Caroline E Solomon1,2

Last Edited=17 Feb 2013
     Caroline E Solomon was born between 1854 and 1855 in Virginia.3,1,4 She was the daughter of Jane [-?-].2 Caroline E Solomon married Henry Harrison Bodine 24 September 1876 in Loudoun Co, Virginia.3,2 Caroline E Solomon died 19 February 1930 in her home, Ashburn, Loudoun Co, Virginia.1 She was buried 21 February 1930 in Ashburn Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ashburn, Loudoun Co, Virginia.1
     Caroline E Solomon appeared on the 1880 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Henry Harrison Bodine.5 Caroline E Solomon appeared on the 1900 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Henry Harrison Bodine.4 Caroline E Solomon appeared on the 1910 federal census of Loudoun Co, Virginia, in the household of Henry Harrison Bodine; four of her six children were alive in 1910.2 Her obituary stated: "Mrs Caroline E Bodine, widow of Harrison Bodine of Ashburn, died at her home there Wednesday. She was 74 years of age and had been in ill health for some time. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs John Muse, of Washington, and three sons, Henry Bodine, Ashburn; John Bodine, Belmont, and Arnold Bodine, of Washington. . . ."1

Children of Caroline E Solomon and Henry Harrison Bodine

Citations

  1. "A Milburn Woman Is Buried," The Washington Post, 23 Feb 1930, 24; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. 1910 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run, enumeration district (ED) 59, page/sheet 1A/1A, dwelling 9, family 9, Henry H Bodine household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1633.
  3. Patricia B Duncan and Elizabeth R Frain, Loudoun County, Virginia Marriages After 1850: Vol 1, 1851-1880 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2000), 21.
  4. 1900 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 43, page/sheet 14A/13A, dwelling 224, family 227, Henry Bodine household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1715.
  5. 1880 U. S. Census, Loudoun County, Virginia, population schedule, Broad Run district, enumeration district (ED) 52, p. 381B, dwelling 40, family 40, Henry H Burdine household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 1375.
  6. Elizabeth R Frain and Marty Hiatt, Loudoun County, Virginia Death Register 1853-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1998), 49.
  7. Patricia B Duncan, Loudoun County, Virginia Birth Register: 1880-1896 (Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 2002), 15.

Jonathan Sopher

Last Edited=14 May 2015
     Jonathan Sopher was born in July 1799.1 He married Charity Jane Simpson, daughter of William Simpson and Sarah "Sally" Brown, 3 November 1821 in Essex Co, New Jersey.1 Jonathan Sopher died 2 June 1888 at age 88.1 He was buried in Waldron Cemetery, Mercer Co, New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. "Find A Grave," database, FindAGrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed 13 May 2015), entry for Jonathan Sopher.

George Sotraidis

Last Edited=13 Jul 2009

Children of George Sotraidis and Anne Wunduke

Citations

  1. "Fontana Woman Served on Water District," The Sun, San Bernardino, California, 10 Apr 2005; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service.)

George Thomas Sotraidis

Last Edited=13 Jul 2009
     George Thomas Sotraidis is the son of George Sotraidis and Anne Wunduke.1

Citations

  1. "Fontana Woman Served on Water District," The Sun, San Bernardino, California, 10 Apr 2005; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service.)

Steven B Sotraidis

Last Edited=13 Jul 2009
     Steven B Sotraidis is the son of George Sotraidis and Anne Wunduke.1

Citations

  1. "Fontana Woman Served on Water District," The Sun, San Bernardino, California, 10 Apr 2005; viewed on-line at http://www.ancestry.com (subscription service.)

Claude Southard1

Last Edited=18 Jun 2007
     Claude Southard was born 23 November 1891 in Ohio.1,2,3 He married Ele M Laird, daughter of Robert D Laird and Cynthia S Caylor, in 1910.1 Claude Southard died 2 February 1966 in Community Hospital of Springfield, Springfield, Clark Co, Ohio, at age 74 (he was noted as divorced.)4
     Claude Southard appeared on the 1910 federal census of Clark Co, Ohio, in the household of Cynthia S Caylor, his mother-in-law; he worked as a plater in a nickel plate company.1 Claude Southard appeared on the 1920 federal census of Clark Co, Ohio, enumerated 8 January 1920. Household: Claud Southard (28), Eli M (wif - 28), Willa M (dau - 5), Bert Laird (bil - 38), and Fred S Laird (bil - 33), residing at 223 West North Street, Springfield where Claud was an inspector for an electrical manufacturing company.2 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Clark Co, Ohio, enumerated 16 April 1930. Household: Goldie M Higgens (40), Claude Southard (bro - 38), and Willa M Southard (niec - 15), residing at 63&1/2 West Main Street, Springfield where Goldie was a bindery hand at a printing company and Claude was a job setter for an electrical manufacturing business. Both Goldie and Claude were marked as married.5 His Social Security Number was 277-03-9878, issued before 1951 in Ohio.3

Child of Claude Southard and Ele M Laird

Citations

  1. 1910 U. S. Census, Clark County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield city, enumeration district (ED) 22, page/sheet 76A/4A, dwelling 86, family 86, Cyntha Laird household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 1159.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Clark County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield city, enumeration district (ED) 81, page/sheet 286A/3A, dwelling 55, family 65, Claud Southard household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1353.
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 11 Jun 2006), entry for Claude Southard, SS no. 277-03-9878; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. "Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, & 1958-2007," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 Jun 2006), entry for Claude Southard. Original data: Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002. Columbus, OH, USA: Ohio Department of Health, State Vital Statistics Unit. Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics. Death Certificates and index, December 20, 1908-December 31, 1953. State Archives Series 3094. Ohio Historical Society, Ohio.
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Clark County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield city, enumeration district (ED) 12-41, page/sheet 29A/6A, dwelling 92, family 166, Goldie M Higgens household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1756.

Willa M Southard1

Last Edited=11 Jun 2006
     Willa M Southard was born between 1914 and 1915 in Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Claude Southard and Ele M Laird.1
YearLocation
1920Clark Co, Ohio1
1930Clark Co, Ohio2
     Willa M Southard appeared on the 1920 federal census of Clark Co, Ohio, in her parent's household.1 She appeared on the 1930 federal census of Clark Co, Ohio, in the household of Claude Southard, her aunt.2

Citations

  1. 1920 U. S. Census, Clark County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield city, enumeration district (ED) 81, page/sheet 286A/3A, dwelling 55, family 65, Claud Southard household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1353.
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Clark County, Ohio, population schedule, Springfield city, enumeration district (ED) 12-41, page/sheet 29A/6A, dwelling 92, family 166, Goldie M Higgens household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 1756.

[-?-] Southwick

Last Edited=22 Dec 2007
     [-?-] Southwick married Flora E Gaitree, daughter of Louie F Gaitree and Cora M Campbell.1

Citations

  1. "Washington County, OH Cemetery Index," transcription, Washington County Historical Society of Ohio (http://www.wchs-ohio.org/cem_index.htm : accessed 20 Dec 2007), entry for Flora Gaitree Southwick.

Ellender L M Spangler

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     Ellender L M Spangler was born between 1865 and 1866 in Iowa.1 She was the daughter of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.1 Ellender L M Spangler married J W Wallace.2
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas1
     Ellender L M Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in her parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.
  2. William E Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, Vol I-V, revised (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co, 1919.)

Harlin Spangler

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     Harlin Spangler was born between 1866 and 1867 in Iowa.1 He was the son of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.1
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas1
     Harlin Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.

Jacob D Spangler

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     Jacob D Spangler was born between 1868 and 1869 in Iowa.1 He was the son of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.1
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas1
     Jacob D Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.

John Spangler

Last Edited=7 Aug 2007
     John Spangler was born 30 September 1834 in Ohio.1,2 He married Martha J Columbia 27 January 1859 in Appanoose Co, Iowa, (Martha's surname was listed as Columbia in a marriage index. Her surname was said to be Benge in a 1918 book on the history of Kansas and her father was said to be Samuel Benge.)3,4 John Spangler died 16 October 1899 at age 65.1 He was buried in Fairmount St Lawrence Cemetery, Jetmore, Hodgeman Co, Kansas.1
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas2
     John Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, enumerated 25 June 1880. Household: John Spangler (45), Margaret J (wif - 36), Willard (son - 21), John P (son - 19), Siggle S (son - 17), Ellender L M (dau - 14), Harlin (son - 13), Jacob D (son - 11), and Nellie M (dau - 4/12), residing in Johnson Township.2

Children of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia

Citations

  1. "Fairmount St Lawrence Cemetery - Hodgeman County, Kansas," database, KS GenWeb Internet Genealogical Society (http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/hodgeman/cemetery/… : accessed Apr 2007), entry for John Spangler.
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.
  3. "Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900: Appanoose County," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4460 : accessed 17 Apr 2007), entry for John Spangler. Original data: Appanoose County, Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900. County court records located at Centerville, Iowa or Family History Library #1007081-1007179.
  4. William E Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, Vol I-V, revised (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co, 1919.)

John P Spangler

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     John P Spangler was born between 1860 and 1861 in Iowa.1 He was the son of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.1
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas1
     John P Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in his parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.

Nellie M Spangler

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     Nellie M Spangler was born in January 1880 in Kansas.1 She was the daughter of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.1 Nellie M Spangler married C F Herman.2
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas1
     Nellie M Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in her parent's household.1

Citations

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.
  2. William E Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, Vol I-V, revised (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co, 1919.)

Samuel Willard Spangler1

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     Samuel Willard Spangler was born between 1858 and 1859 in Iowa.2 He was the son of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.2
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas2
     Samuel Willard Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in his parent's household.2

Citations

  1. William E Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, Vol I-V, revised (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co, 1919.)
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.

Siegel S Spangler1

Last Edited=17 Apr 2007
     Siegel S Spangler was born between 1862 and 1863 in Iowa.2 He was the son of John Spangler and Martha J Columbia.2
YearLocation
1880Ness Co, Kansas2
     Siegel S Spangler appeared on the 1880 federal census of Ness Co, Kansas, in his parent's household.2

Citations

  1. William E Connelley, A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans, Vol I-V, revised (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co, 1919.)
  2. 1880 U. S. Census, Ness County, Kansas, population schedule, Johnson Township, enumeration district (ED) 391, p. 353A, dwelling 7, family 11, John Spangler household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T9, roll 391.

Kym Sparks

Last Edited=5 Jun 2009

Children of Kym Sparks and Daniel Paul Caylor

Citations

  1. "Obituary: Danny Paul Caylor," The Daily Iowegian, Centerville, Iowa, 22 Dec 2008; Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/obit/viewbody.aspx*&cpp=20081222647094&bhr=http%3a%2f%2fwww.legacy.com%2fDailyIowegian%2fObituaries.asp%3fPage%3dLifeStory%26PersonID%3d121723372# : accessed 27 May 2009.)

Mary T Sparks

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     Mary T Sparks was born in January 1853 in New Jersey.1 She married John Stokes Burrough, son of Samuel Burrough and Mary Lippincott French, between 1893 and 1894.1,2
     Mary T Sparks appeared on the 1900 federal census of Camden Co, New Jersey, in the household of John Stokes Burrough; all of her three children were alive in 1900.1 Mary T Sparks appeared on the 1910 federal census of Camden Co, New Jersey, in the household of John Stokes Burrough; all of her three children were alive in 1910.3

Citations

  1. 1900 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Camden city, enumeration district (ED) 37, page/sheet 104A/8A, dwelling 137, family 154, J Stokes Burrough household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 958.
  2. "Colestown Cemetery," Yankee Cemetery (http://www.yankeecemetery.com/colestown2.htm : accessed 16 May 2010), entry for John S Burrough.
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Camden County, New Jersey, population schedule, Camden city, enumeration district (ED) 10, page/sheet 120A/13A, dwelling -, family -, John S Burrough household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T624, roll 872.

Cecil Caylor Spaulding1

Last Edited=25 Sep 2010
     Cecil Caylor Spaulding was born 10 December 1926 in Virginia.2,3 She was the daughter of James Eliot Spaulding and Cecil Corabel Caylor.1 Cecil Caylor Spaulding married William Hayden Dussinger 11 September 1946 in Del Ray Methodist Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia.1,4 Cecil Caylor Spaulding died 16 March 2002 in Virginia Hospital Center-Arlington, Arlington Co, Virginia, at age 75.3,5 She was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's Co, Maryland.6
YearLocation
1930Alexandria, Virginia2
     Cecil Caylor Spaulding appeared on the 1930 federal census of Alexandria, Virginia, in her parent's household.2

Cecil Caylor Spaulding was mentioned in the following event: A newspaper announcement on 22 Jun1930 stated: "Mr and Mrs Harold W Reid entertained last Saturday afternoon at their home in West Bellefonte avenue at a birthday party for their son Harold W Reid Jr. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs Edith Caylor, Mrs Claude Caylor, Katherine, Joan, Mary and Claude Caylor, of Washington: Mrs Marvin Mark and her children, Mildred, Marvin, Marguerite and Joseph J Mark, of Newport News, Va.: while local guests were Mr and Mrs J E Spaulding, Edith, Jeanne and Cecil Spaulding, John Ronaldue, Hazel and Katherine Riddell, Earl Perrill, Catherine German, John and Geraldine Reid."7 She witnessed the marriage of Edward Daniel Nass Jr and Geraldine Elizabeth Reid 4 March 1947 in Del Ray Methodist Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia.8 Cecil Caylor Spaulding was mentioned in the obituary of Cecil Corabel Caylor 21 September 1966.9 Cecil Caylor Spaulding was mentioned in the obituary of James Eliot Spaulding 14 April 1973.10,11 Cecil Caylor Spaulding was mentioned in the obituary of Edith Eliot Spaulding 23 August 1997.12 Cecil Caylor Spaulding was mentioned in the obituary of William Hayden Dussinger 28 April 2001.13,14 Her obituary stated: "75, an Alexandria native who worked 18 years for the Virginia Electric Power Co before retiring in 1985 as a customer service supervisor, died of congestive heart failure March 16 at Virginia Hospital Center-Arlington. Mrs Dussinger, a Springfield resident, was the 1942 class valedictorian of George Washington High School in Alexandria and a chemistry graduate of George Washington University. She worked as a chemist for the National Bureau of Standards from 1946 until 1949. She was a member of Messiah United Methodist Church in Springfield, Sigma Kappa social sorority, the Grandmothers Club charity organization, the Red Hat Society and the VEPCO Alumni Association. Her husband, William H Dussinger, died in 2001. Survivors include two children, Diane D McConnell of Fairfax Station and Sherry D Bouley of Springfield; a sister; and five grandchildren."5

Children of Cecil Caylor Spaulding and William Hayden Dussinger

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: James Eliot Spaulding," The Washington Post, 15 Apr 1973, B6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. 1930 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 101-3, page/sheet 66A/23A, dwelling 474, family 491, J Eliot Spaulding household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2466.
  3. "FindUSA," database, InfoUSA (http://findusa.referenceusa.com : accessed 25 Sep 2005), entry for Cecil Dussinger. Subscription database service available through Godfrey Library service.
  4. "No Title," The Washington Post, 16 Sep 1946, p. B4; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007.)
  5. "Obituaries: Cecil Dussinger," The Washington Post, 23 Mar 2002, B7; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  6. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's County, Maryland, photographs, taken 15 Aug 2010 by Joseph Milton Voss; Google PicasaWeb Photo Album: Cedar Hill Cemetery, on-line for album owned by Robert Stoy (https://picasaweb.google.com/home). Images of Caylor and related markers at Cedar Hill Cemtery in August 2010; images copied to hard drive of R Stoy Sep 2010.
  7. "Potomac," The Washington Post, 29 Jun 1930, M20; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  8. "Nass - Reid," The Washington Post, 8 Mar 1947, p. 12; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007.)
  9. "Deaths: Cecil Caylor Spaulding," The Washington Post, Times-Herald, 21 Sep 1966, B12; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  10. "Retired Consultant With RFC," The Washington Post, 14 Apr 1973, B4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  11. "James Spaulding, 83, Ex-Federal Auditor," The Evening Star, 12 Apr 1973; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  12. "Obituaries: Edith Spaulding Petersilia," The Washington Post, 23 Aug 1997, B4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  13. "Obituaries: William H Dussinger," The Washington Post, 28 Apr 2001, B7; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  14. "Obituaries: William H Dussinger," The Washington Post, 28 Apr 2001; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  15. "Obituaries: Cecil Dussinger," The Washington Post, 23 Mar 2002, B7, B7; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  16. "FindUSA," database, InfoUSA (http://findusa.referenceusa.com : accessed 25 Sep 2005), entry for Sharon Bouley. Subscription database service available through Godfrey Library service.

Edith Eliot Spaulding1

Last Edited=22 Dec 2014
     Edith Eliot Spaulding was born 3 February 1915 in Washington, DC.2,3 She was the daughter of James Eliot Spaulding and Cecil Corabel Caylor.4 Edith Eliot Spaulding married Martin Joseph Petersilia 7 September 1937 in Del Ray Methodist Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia, (her marriage announcement noted that she had attended George Washington University and graduated from the Washington College of Law.)4,1 Edith Eliot Spaulding died 16 August 1997 in her home, New Bern, Craven Co, North Carolina, at age 82. She was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's Co, Maryland.5,6
     Edith Eliot Spaulding appeared on the 1920 federal census of Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvania, in her parent's household.2 She wrote a letter to the editor of The Washington Post, published on 15 Mar 1925, that said: "I am sending in the solution to today's 'cross-word puzzle,' and hope that I may win a prize. I enjoy the 'Post's page' very much, and read it every Sunday. There are many girls and boys in my room who also read it. As I have won a prize before, I hope to be successful again. Yours always, Edith Spaulding (age 10) 723 Fifth street northeast, Washington, DC."8 She appeared on the 1930 federal census of Alexandria, Virginia, in her parent's household.7

Edith Eliot Spaulding was mentioned in the following event: A newspaper announcement on 22 Jun1930 stated: "Mr and Mrs Harold W Reid entertained last Saturday afternoon at their home in West Bellefonte avenue at a birthday party for their son Harold W Reid Jr. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs Edith Caylor, Mrs Claude Caylor, Katherine, Joan, Mary and Claude Caylor, of Washington: Mrs Marvin Mark and her children, Mildred, Marvin, Marguerite and Joseph J Mark, of Newport News, Va.: while local guests were Mr and Mrs J E Spaulding, Edith, Jeanne and Cecil Spaulding, John Ronaldue, Hazel and Katherine Riddell, Earl Perrill, Catherine German, John and Geraldine Reid."9 She was salutatorian of the graduating class of George Mason High School (18 students), which held its commencement 11 Jun 1931 at the school's auditorium.10 She participated in an annual festival held by the Phi Delta Delta legal sorority at the Sulgrave Club, Washington DC 2 Apr 1938.11 Edith participated in the three-day biennial convention of the Women's Professional Panhellenic Association in Washington DC 28 Oct 1939. She was a member of Phi Delta Delta.12 She witnessed the marriage of William Hayden Dussinger and Cecil Caylor Spaulding 11 September 1946 in Del Ray Methodist Episcopal Church, Alexandria, Virginia.4,13 Her Social Security Number was 228-58-9277, issued in 1961 in Virginia.3 Edith Eliot Spaulding was mentioned in the obituary of Cecil Corabel Caylor 21 September 1966.14 Edith Eliot Spaulding was mentioned in the obituary of James Eliot Spaulding 14 April 1973.15,16 Her obituary stated: "Edith Spaulding Petersilia, 82, who was an administrative assistant at Patrick Henry Elementary School in Alexandria for nine years until 1974, died of congestive heart failure Aug 16 at her home in New Bern, NC. A longtime Alexandria resident, she had lived in New Bern since 1974. Mrs Petersilia, who was born in Washington, grew up in Alexandria and graduated from George Mason High School. She attended George Washington University and received a law degree from what is now American University. In the early 1930s, she worked as a secretary for the Home Owners' Loan Corp. She was a member of the Junior Guild of the Women's City Club of Washington and St Mary's Catholic Church in Alexandria where she was active in the Mother's Club and headed a program that brought the Von Trapp Family Singers, whose lives in pre-World War II Austria was made into the film "The Sound of Music," to perform in Constitution Hall in 1951. Survivors include her husband, Martin J Petersilia of New Bern; a son, Martin J A Petersilia of Washington; three daughters, Edith P Mayo of Alexandria; Carol Anne Spencer of Jacksonville, Fla., and Patricia Mary Petersilia of Arlington; two sisters, Jeanne Spaulding Swanson of Troy, Mich, and Cecil Spaulding Dussinger of Springfield; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren”.17

Edith Eliot Spaulding had the following medical condition noted at death: heart failure.6

Citations

  1. "Miss Spaulding Becomes Bride," The Washington Post, 8 Sep 1937, 12; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ward 42, Philadelphia city, enumeration district (ED) 1581, page/sheet 279A/14A, dwelling -, family 3, James E Spaulding household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1643.
  3. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 3 Oct 2005), entry for Edith S Petersilia, SS no. 228-58-9277; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  4. "Obituaries: James Eliot Spaulding," The Washington Post, 15 Apr 1973, B6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  5. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's County, Maryland, photographs, taken 15 Aug 2010 by Joseph Milton Voss; Google PicasaWeb Photo Album: Cedar Hill Cemetery, on-line for album owned by Robert Stoy (https://picasaweb.google.com/home). Images of Caylor and related markers at Cedar Hill Cemtery in August 2010; images copied to hard drive of R Stoy Sep 2010.
  6. "North Carolina, Death Indexes, 1908-2004," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8908 : accessed 9 Jan 2008), entry for Edith Spaulding Petersilia. Original data: North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics. North Caroline Deaths, 1997-2004. North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics, Raleigh, North Carolina.
    North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. North Carolina Death Records, 1968-1996. North Carolina Vital Records, Raleigh, North Carolina.
    North Carolina Archives and Records Section. North Carolina County Records, 1908-1967. North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina.
  7. 1930 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 101-3, page/sheet 66A/23A, dwelling 474, family 491, J Eliot Spaulding household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2466.
  8. "In the Editor's Letter Box," The Washington Post, 15 Mar 1925, MS10; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Apr 2005.)
  9. "Potomac," The Washington Post, 29 Jun 1930, M20; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  10. "George Mason High Holds Graduaton," The Washington Post, 12 Jun 1931, 3; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Apr 2005.)
  11. "Phi Delta Delta Legal Sorority Holds Festival," The Washington Post, 3 Apr 1938, S8; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  12. "Register for Inter-Frat Conclave," The Washington Post, 28 Oct 1939, 4; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Apr 2005.)
  13. "No Title," The Washington Post, 16 Sep 1946, p. B4; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007.)
  14. "Deaths: Cecil Caylor Spaulding," The Washington Post, Times-Herald, 21 Sep 1966, B12; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  15. "Retired Consultant With RFC," The Washington Post, 14 Apr 1973, B4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  16. "James Spaulding, 83, Ex-Federal Auditor," The Evening Star, 12 Apr 1973; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  17. "Obituaries: Edith Spaulding Petersilia," The Washington Post, 23 Aug 1997, B4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  18. "Deaths: Martin Joseph Petersilia," The Washington Post, 25 May 2003, C11; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

James Eliot Spaulding1

Last Edited=25 Sep 2010
     James Eliot Spaulding was born 1 May 1889 in Washington, DC.2,3,4 He was the son of Eliza A [-?-].5 James Eliot Spaulding married Cecil Corabel Caylor, daughter of Joseph John Caylor and Edith Cockerille, 15 October 1913 in the bride's home, 1033 Sixth St NE, Washington, DC.6 James Eliot Spaulding died 12 April 1973 in Circle Terrace Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, at age 83.7,8 He was buried 16 April 1973 in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's Co, Maryland.7,9
     James Eliot Spaulding was mentioned in the following event: Miss Cecil C Caylor hosted a party for the girls of the Adah Class of the Ninth Street Christian Sunday School 6 Jan 1912. Mr and Mrs Caylor were present, as were Mr and Mrs Smallwood and J E Spaulding [her future husband].11 He registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 5 June 1917 in Washington, DC, where he lived at 613 L Street NE. He worked as a statistical clerk and stenographer at the Bureau of Railway Economics in Washington. He had a wife and child as dependents, was tall, stout build, had brown eyes and black hair.2 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvania, enumerated 12 January 1920. Household: James E Spaulding (30), Cecil C (wif - 28), and Edith E (dau - 4), residing at 2130 65th Avenue where he worked as a senior examiner for the Emergency Fleet Corporation.10 He appeared on the 1930 federal census of Alexandria, Virginia, enumerated 17 April 1930. Household: J Eliot Spaulding (40), Cecil C (wif - 38), Edith E (dau - 15), Jeannie B (dau - 8), Cecil C (dau - 3), and Eliza A (moth - 67), residing at 405 Newton Avenue where he was a builder in the building construction trade.5

James Eliot Spaulding was mentioned in the following event: A newspaper announcement on 22 Jun1930 stated: "Mr and Mrs Harold W Reid entertained last Saturday afternoon at their home in West Bellefonte avenue at a birthday party for their son Harold W Reid Jr. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs Edith Caylor, Mrs Claude Caylor, Katherine, Joan, Mary and Claude Caylor, of Washington: Mrs Marvin Mark and her children, Mildred, Marvin, Marguerite and Joseph J Mark, of Newport News, Va.: while local guests were Mr and Mrs J E Spaulding, Edith, Jeanne and Cecil Spaulding, John Ronaldue, Hazel and Katherine Riddell, Earl Perrill, Catherine German, John and Geraldine Reid."12 He registered for the World War II Selective Service Draft 27 April 1942 and he lived at 1807 Commonwealth Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia. He named Mrs Cecil C Spaulding of the same address as a person who would know his address. He worked for the U S Government - RFC at the Lafayette Building in Washington DC. His height was 5'-10", weight 206 pounds, had brown eyes, black hair, and dark complexion.3 His Social Security Number was 223-40-8800, issued before 1951 in Virginia.4 He was mentioned in the obituary of Cecil Corabel Caylor 21 September 1966.13 His obituary stated: "James Eliot Spaulding, 83, a lifelong Washington area resident, died of a heart attack Thursday at Circle Terrace Hospital in Alexandria. He lived at 1807 Commonwealth Ave., Alexandria. A Washington native, Mr Spaulding attended public schools here and studied at the Washington College of Law, now George Washington University of Law. Mr Spaulding retired in 1953 after 36 years with the federal government. His last position was that of consultant with the Rubber Reserves of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, where he worked 20 years. Mr Spaulding was a 50-year member of the Philo Lodge No 444 of the Masons. . . and a former Arlington County chairman of the Republican Party. He is survived by three daughters, Edith Petersilia and Cecil Dussinger, of Alexandria, and Jeanne Swanson, of Troy, Mich.: a brother, Roy D, of Arlington, and nine grandchildren." A second obituary stated that he began work as a telegrapher for the Southern Railway in 1912 and then, in 1917, worked for the Emergency Fleet Corporation, a government agency under the US Shipping Board. In 1925 he helped establish the Caylor-Spaulding Motor Company, an Arlington car dealership. From 1966 until his death he was president of the Caylor Garden Apartments in Alexandria.8,14

Children of James Eliot Spaulding and Cecil Corabel Caylor

Citations

  1. Virginia (Stoy) Arnold, "Telephone Interview with Edith (Spaulding) Petersilia 29 Aug 1973," notes made by Virginia Arnold - material comes from Bible records of John Harrison Caylor in Edith Petersilia's possession in the 1970s. Virginia Arnold's material in possession of daughter Ann Arnold Hennings, 20 Philips Court, Strasburg, VA 22657 as of Dec 2005.
  2. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 Mar 2006), James Eliot Spaulding 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. "U S World War II Draft Registration Cards 1942," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 2006), entry for James Eliot Spaulding. 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.
  4. "Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3693 : accessed 24 Sep 2005), entry for James Spaulding, SS no. 223-40-8800; derived from U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service.)
  5. 1930 U. S. Census, Alexandria County, Virginia, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 101-3, page/sheet 66A/23A, dwelling 474, family 491, J Eliot Spaulding household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 2466.
  6. "Society," The Washington Post, 16 Oct 1913, p. 7, col. 3; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007.)
  7. "Obituaries: James Eliot Spaulding," The Washington Post, 15 Apr 1973, B6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  8. "Retired Consultant With RFC," The Washington Post, 14 Apr 1973, B4; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  9. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's County, Maryland, photographs, taken 15 Aug 2010 by Joseph Milton Voss; Google PicasaWeb Photo Album: Cedar Hill Cemetery, on-line for album owned by Robert Stoy (https://picasaweb.google.com/home). Images of Caylor and related markers at Cedar Hill Cemtery in August 2010; images copied to hard drive of R Stoy Sep 2010.
  10. 1920 U. S. Census, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ward 42, Philadelphia city, enumeration district (ED) 1581, page/sheet 279A/14A, dwelling -, family 3, James E Spaulding household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 1643.
  11. "Society," The Washington Post, 7 Jan 1912, E7; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Apr 2005.)
  12. "Potomac," The Washington Post, 29 Jun 1930, M20; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  13. "Deaths: Cecil Caylor Spaulding," The Washington Post, Times-Herald, 21 Sep 1966, B12; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  14. "James Spaulding, 83, Ex-Federal Auditor," The Evening Star, 12 Apr 1973; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Jeanne Beverly Spaulding1

Last Edited=17 Aug 2010
     Jeanne Beverly Spaulding is the daughter of James Eliot Spaulding and Cecil Corabel Caylor.1

Citations

  1. "Obituaries: James Eliot Spaulding," The Washington Post, 15 Apr 1973, B6; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Clifford Hartman Spence1

Last Edited=30 Jun 2013
     Clifford Hartman Spence was born 12 December 1897 in Pennsylvania.1 He and Edith Evelyn Caylor obtained a marriage license 4 June 1919.2,3 Clifford Hartman Spence married second Audrey Williamson.4 Clifford Hartman Spence died 26 December 1961 in Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC, at age 64.4 He was buried 29 December 1961 in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suitland, Prince George's Co, Maryland.4
YearLocation
1920Washington, DC5
1930Washington, DC6
     Clifford Hartman Spence registered for the World War I Selective Service Draft 12 September 1918 in Washington, DC, where he lived at 942 Virginia Avenue SW and worked as a clerk in the War Department. His nearest relative was Ida Spence [mother], living at the same address. He was tall, slender build, had light brown eyes and medium brown hair.1 He appeared on the 1920 federal census of Washington, DC, enumerated 6 January 1920. Household: Clifford Hartman Spence (21), Edith Evelyn (wif - 19), and Vera Alverta Smallwood (boarder - 25), residing at 723 5th Street NE where he was a shipping clerk.5 He witnessed the marriage of Harold Wilmer Reid and Vera Alverta Caylor 30 October 1929 in Washington, DC.7 Clifford Hartman Spence appeared on the 1930 federal census of Washington, DC, enumerated 12 April 1930. Household: Clifford H Spence (31) and Edith E (wif - 30) residing at 723 5th Street NE where he was a clerk in a fruit company. They lived in the same dwelling as Edith Caylor.6 He was mentioned in the obituary of Edith Evelyn Caylor 22 October 1936.8 His obituary stated: "On Tuesday, December 26, 1961, at the Washington Hospital Center, Clifford Hartman Spence, husband of Audrey Williamson Spence, brother of Mrs Doris C Talley, Mrs Patricia Pukach, Hartman B Spence and Carlos B Spence. . . ."4

Citations

  1. "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database and digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 14 Aug 2005), Clifford Hartman Spence 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.
  2. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 227, page/sheet 39B/5B, dwelling 95, family 131, Clifford Hartman Spence household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 208.
  3. "Licensed to Marry," The Washington Post, 4 Jun 1919, p. 16; digital image, Godfrey Memorial Library (http://www.godfrey.org : accessed 3 Jan 2007.)
  4. "Deaths: Clifford Spence," The Washington Post, Times Herald, 28 Dec 1961, B3; viewed on-line at http://www.chanute.com
  5. 1920 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 227, page/sheet 39B/5B, dwelling 95, family 131, Cliffor Hartman Spence household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T625, roll 208.
  6. 1930 U. S. Census, Washington, DC, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 245, page/sheet 247A/16A, dwelling 240, family 300, Clifford H Spence household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed on various dates); citing National Archives microfilm publication T626, roll 298.
  7. "Miss Vera Caylor Wed to Alexandria Man," The Washington Post, 31 Oct 1929, 8; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)
  8. "Obituaries: Edith Spence," The Washington Post, 22 Oct 1936, X24; viewed on-line at http://www.godfrey.org (subscription service.)

Charles Bruce Spencer

Last Edited=21 Dec 2007
     Charles Bruce Spencer is the son of James Wendell Spencer and Joscelyn Cox.1

Citations

  1. "Obituary: James Wendell Spencer," Chattanooga Times, Tennessee, 22 Mar 1963, A4.

Curtis W Spencer III

Last Edited=4 Jul 2016
     Curtis W Spencer III is the son of Curtis W Spencer Jr and Jeanne Hough.1

Child of Curtis W Spencer III and Dorothy Hughes

Citations

  1. "People Search," database, PrivateEye.com (http://www.privateeye.com : accessed 3 Jul 2016), entry for Curtis Wayne Spencer.
  2. "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, Ancestry.com (http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5247 : accessed 3 Jul 2016), entry for Curtis Spencer. Original data: State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.