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1501 His burial was witnessed by his sons, John, James and Arthur as well as John Neagle and Louis Pare. O'Neill, Arthur (I402)
 
1502 His burial was Witnesses by Alfred Chapman and Harry Lawson. Chapman, John Thomas (I1433)
 
1503 His death record notes that witnesses were his brother, Thomas Neil O'Neill and his son and namesake, Robert Michael O'Neill. O'Neill, Robert Michael (I1333)
 
1504 His death record was signed by Patrick Thomson and Patrick Murphy. O'Neill, Thomas (I396)
 
1505 His death record was witnessed by Thomas Chapman and John O'Neill (Mostly likely his son John). O'Neill, Owen (I1397)
 
1506 His grave notes he was a Sergeant of the 7th Hussars of Sherbrooke, but we've found no military records to date. Shorten, Sergeant Thomas Frederick (I1660)
 
1507 His headstone application from the US Military corrects his date of birth from the 16th to the 15th of December, 1897. Thompson, Private First Class Wyatt Taylor (I2184)
 
1508 His headstone remains incomplete, the year of his death never being recorded. Skaggs, David Ewing (I2128)
 
1509 His year of birth is estimated between 1632-1636 according to his ages on various official documents. O'Brenan, Tec Cornelius (I963)
 
1510 Historical sketches of Jackson County, Illinois : giving some account of the early settlement of the county, and of every town and city in the county ; together with a description of the physical geography of the county, and the navigation of its principal river by steam by Edmund Newsome. Illinois History Collection 1894.
Personal account by Benington Boone. Clipped Sections.
https://archive.org/details/historicalsket7396news

Page 27.
In 1805 or 180G. William Boone, my father, who then lived on the east bank of Okaw* River below Kaskaskia, since 1803, commenced an improvement under the bluff, east of Degognia Creek. He built a Ijouse and opened a farm, and in the fall of 1806 or the spring of 1807, he moved his
*This is called Kaskaskia River on the map's.
Page 28.
family to that place. Here the writer of this sketch was born May, 6th 1807.

About 1806, the Brooks family moved and settled on the Mississippi River, below the mouth of Degognia Creek. They were friends of William Boone. They had be- come acquainted with each other in Mis-souri, when they worked in the lead-mines. They were hard-working and industrious farmers and attended to their calling. They made the first farms there. Zephina Brooks, the oldest son, married Polly Rob-erts in 1822. Adolphus Brooks married Nancy Roberts in 1819. Afterwards all the Brookses, including Uriah, the father, and others, sold their interest to Zephina Brooks and moved to Baton Rouge, La. There Adolphus died leaving three chil-dren. Nancy returned to Illinois, and in 1831, she married William Mansker. He was born in 1798. They had four children. W. H. Mansker was the third child. He

Page 29.
is now* living at Fountain Bluff in Jackson County.
Cline and others settled near Sheep Is- land,! near to where the Brookses lived. This island in 1810 contained 47.36 acres.
George Cline intermarried and lived with the Brooks family until they moved to Lousiana. In 1826, John Cline, a younger brother of George's, married Polly, the widow of Zephina Brooks. John was a good man and a good farmer. He was well off when he died in 1837, leaving five children.
David Bilderback settled about 1806, and was married during the same year. He had three children, then his wife died in 1810.
*When Mr. Boone uses the present tease, it must be remembered that lie alludes to some time between 1870 and 1876. W. H. Mansker has since left the state, but has recently returned.

Page 40.
When William Boone moved to Sand Ridge, he had a wife and three children, a negro man, Peter, and for neighbors, George Saddler, his wife and son, also Stephen Saddler, another son that was married, lived
on the Sand Ridge. George Saddler cleared land and built a house for William Boone on the place as early as 1806 or 1807, and Stephen helped him.

Page 43.
In 1816, Elias Bancroft, deputy sur. veyor under Rector, sectionized the townships. William Boone was with him and located a large quantity of land for Kaskaskians. Some of the officers were appointed for .lackson County, I think before Brownsville was located ; for the deed to the land from .lessee Griggs, owner
of the land, to .lessee Griggs, John Byars and Conrod Will, commissioners or trustees. This deed was executed in the spring of 1818, while Illinois was yet a territory. I have seen the deed with the certificate, "Recorded in Book 'A-' Page 3, .July, 4th, 1818, William Wilson Recorder.'V

Page 54.
William Boone, my father, was elected Captain of one of these companies that was raised in the present limits of Jackson County. These companies were raised in 1812, and continued until peace was made, then they were disbanded. They guarded the country from Mary's River to Big Muddy. A few hostile Indians slipped in and killed a family by the name of Lively. Boone's company, or a part of them, went in pursuit. He had with him a celebrated hpnter by the name of Dozan. They traced and followed them for several days, and finally came in sight of their encampment, but, to their surprise, saw that there were several hundred Indians. They beat a hasty and successful retreat, for the Indians probably never saw them.

Page 57.
In 1814, William Boone, my father, mar-ried Catharine Bradshaw. She had three children and my father had five. He was married in the time of the war, though peace was made shortly afterwards.
In 1811, William Boone built a flat-boat on Big Muddy below the mouth of Kinkaid, and loaded it. He, and Zephina Brooks, and Peter, his black man, took it to New Orleans. It sold well, and payment was made in silver rix-dollars. They crossed Lake Ponchartrain in a schooner, and then
Page 58.
came home by land, passing through the Indian nation on what was called the "Tennessee and Natchez Ti*iace," and thus to home.

Page 61.
William Boone had a blacksmith shop, and a smith by the name of R. W. Allen worked in it. Tony Morrow had tools and worked at the Big Hill. Hezekiah Davis had a shop on Big Muddy River. Hotburn had one in Brownsville awhile, then a Mr. Green worked at the trade in town.

Page 71.
I think it was in 1815, that the troops were paid off. William Boone, I know, paid a great deal of money to tl;e troops as deputy pay-master, or some other such ca-pacity. Money for a time, was abundant. The money was silver rix-dollars, and no fractional currency that I remember ever having been seen. I know that in the country, they cut the dollars in two, and these again in two &c. until we had halves, (50 cents,) quarters, (25 cents,) and bits, (eighths or 12^ cents,) of this money. They passed currently all over the country, to merchants of Kaskaskia and for every thing except in the land-office. It was finally bought up by the Government, and thus went out of use. 
Family F1097
 
1511 History and Biography: http://snowstones.com/snowstones-wp/history/the-life-and-t?ellin-st-vrain St. Vrain, Marcellin (I863)
 
1512 History and genealogies of the families of Miller, Woods, Harris, Wallace, Maupin, Oldham, Kavanaugh, and Brown (illustrated) : with interspersions of notes of the families of Dabney, Reid, Martin, Broaddus, Gentry, Jarman, Jameson, Ballard, Mullins, Michie, Moberley, Covington, Browning, Duncan, Yancey, and others by Miller, William Harris.
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1513 History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri: From the Earliest Time to the Present, Including a Department Devoted to the Preservation of Sundry Personal, Business, Professional and Private Records; Besides a Valuable Fund of Notes, Original Observations, Etc. Southern Historical Press, 1889.
Biographical Appendix, page 1098-1099. 
Family F1069
 
1514 History:
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Keffer, Adam (I381)
 
1515 History: http://snowstones.com/snowstones-wp/history/the-st-vrain-massacare/ St. Vrain, Special Agent Felix Auguste Antoine (I936)
 
1516 History: Daughter of Annie(Baker)Clydesdale.
Tragedy struck in August 1914. Annie's Aunt Mary(Baker)Bird and her three boys, along with Mary's mother, her brothers Donald and Allan and cousin Peggy, had all gone for a Sunday afternoon visit by the river. They were wading in the river when Peggy went in too far, stepped in a hole, panicked, and went downstream. Allan and Donald, neither of whom could swim, went in after her. None came up. The boys ran for their dad John Bird, who was a good swimmer, and he and some neighbours eventually found them in 15 feet of water and recovered the bodies.
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail Districts & Pioneers)
 
Clydesdale, Margaret McLaine (I321)
 
1517 History: Donalds's family had a draying business in Scotland, but after his father died, Donalds's mother and the rest of the Baker family immigrated to Alberta. His sister Mary had been the first of the arrive in 1903, to marry her husband John Bird. Donald, his mother, and his siblings, Hugh, Marion, and Alex Baker went to Edmonton. Annie (Mrs. Clydesdale) went to Calgary, as did Jim and his family.
Tragedy struck in August 1914. Mary and her three boys, along with Mary's mother, her brothers Donald and Allan, and cousin Peggy Clydesdale (9 years) had gone for a Sunday afternoon visit by the river. They were wading in the river when Peggy went in too far, stepped in a hole, panicked, and went downstream. Allan and Donald, neither of whom could swim, went in after her. None came up. The boys ran for their dad John, who was a good swimmer, and he and some neighbours eventually found them in 15 feet of water and recovered the bodies.
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail Districts & Pioneers)  
Baker, Donald (I287)
 
1518 History: http://snowstones.com/snowstones-wp/history/the-montreal-shamrocks/ McKenna, James Henry (I57)
 
1519 History: John arrived in the Oklahoma District to homestead in 1902, and Mary followed the next year to marry John. John's family in Scotland had been in the grocery business in Coatbridge. John worked out taxes on the road, hauled wood, baled hay, and shipped cream to the Innisfail station from his 10-20 dairy cows. John could play classical music on a violin. Their children were:
John Primrose b. 1907
James Allan b. 1911
Robert Primrose b. 1913
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail & Districts Pioneers)  
Bird, John (I297)
 
1520 History: Mary arrived in Alberta in 1903 to marry John, and her family followed from Scotland shortly after. Mary's family had a draying business in Scotland, but after her father died, Mary's mother and the rest of the Baker family immigrated to Alberta. Mary's brother, Allan Baker(#120990830), was living with Mary and John in 1906, and took up a homestead S.W. of the Birds. Mary's mother and Mary's siblings, Donald, Hugh, Marion, and Alex Baker went to Edmonton. Annie (Mrs. Clydesdale) went to Calgary, as did Jim and his family.
Tragedy struck in August 1914. Mary and her three boys, along with Mary's mother, her brothers Donald and Allan, and cousin Peggy Clydesdale (9 years) had gone for a Sunday afternoon visit by the river. They were wading in the river when Peggy went in too far, stepped in a hole, panicked, and went downstream. Allan and Donald, neither of who could swim, went in after her. None came up. The boys ran for their dad John, who was a good swimmer, and he and some neighbours eventually found them in 15 feet of water and recovered the bodies.
In later years, Mary raised turkeys and chickens. The turkeys were high quality breeding stock and shipped all over Canada and the US.
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail Districts & Pioneers. The Bird family story was written by Jim Bird)  
Baker, Mary McLaren (I283)
 
1521 History: Robert worked for McKenzie Aircraft before serving in the R.C.A.F. in WWII. He married Ruth Johnston and they had a daughter, Karen. Robert returned to farming after the war. In 1959, Robert died suddenly, and Ruth and Karen later moved to Montreal.
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail & Districts Pioneers)  
Bird, Robert Primrose (I318)
 
1522 Homicide in Chicago 1870-1930
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Case Description
McKenna, James - Age 28 - Death due to a skull fracture received 6/16/29 in front of 4737 So. Harding Ave., while fighting with Joseph Norbut. On 6/17/29 Norbut was held by the Coroner for Manslaughter. 20 Dist. June 1929 No Bill.

Case Number
10646

Circumstances
Date of offense: June 16, 1929
Date of death: June 16, 1929
Time between offense and death: Immediate - death occurred at the crime scene
Address: 4737 S. Harding Ave
Type of location: Street, or other non-commercial public place/alley
Type of public place: Street, sidewalk or alley
Location description: In front of 4737 S. Harding Ave
Type of death: Homicide
Type of homicide: Intentional manslaughter
Characteristics: vic skull was fractured during a fight with the de
Method of killing: Other stabbing, stabbing unspecified
Weapon: Skull fracture
Victim initiated events leading to homicide: No
Murder/suicide? Yes
Circumstances description: Fight
Total number of victims: 1
Total number of defendants: 1
Related to Prohibition? Yes

Victim
Name: McKenna, James
Age: 28 years
Gender: Male
Race: White
Ethnicity: English-Anglo
Victim/defendant relationship: Not related by family

Defendant
Name: Joseph Norbut
Gender: Male
Race: White
Ethnicity: Other, eastern european
Defendant/victim relationship: Known (recognized person)

Police
Precinct: 20
Total number of defendants arrested: 1
Defendant ID'd at scene: No
Allegations of police corruption: No

Legal
Date of coroner's decision: June 17, 1929
Charges against defendant: Intentional manslaughter
Type of legal decision recorded: Coroner's verdict and grand jury
Date of Grand Jury decision: June 15, 1929
Outcome of Grand Jury decision: Indictment for felony murder
Allegations of police corruption: No 
McKenna, James (I364)
 
1523 Hopkins of Talbot County MD
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1524 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~zopp/
Albert Mitchell Zopp - San Antonio, TX 78254
A genealogy of the name ZOPP and related families 
Crane, Jasper (I2687)
 
1525 http://geneofun.on.ca/names/photo/1379997 Carline, Sarah Eva Elizabeth (I526)
 
1526 http://userdb.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cemeteries/cgi-bin/cemetery.cgi?id=1121126&database=Cemetery%20Records&return_to=http://userdb.rootsweb.com/cemeteries/&submitter_id=

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Name: Lizzie Miller
Birth Date: 11 Nov 1849
Death Date: Jan 1901
Burial Place: Howell, Missouri, USA
Cemetery: Burnham Cemetery 
Miller, Mary Elizabeth (I1311)
 
1527 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=breeden1&id=I38683

Marriage (5 Oct 1837): State of Illinois, Pike County

The People of the State of Illinois,
To all who shall see these Presents Greeting;

Know ye, That License and permission is hereby granted to any regular Minister of the Gospel, authorized to marry by the church or society to which he belongs, any Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice of any Inferior Court or Justice of the Peace, to celebrate and verify the Marriage of Mr. William L. Breeden and wife Elisa Hume now both of this county, according to the usual custom and Laws of the State of Illinois.
Witness James Davis, Clerk of the County Commissioners Court of Pittsfield county, Illinois; and the seal of said Court being here to affixed at Pittsfield this 4th day of Oct in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty=7
James Davis, Clerk

State of Illinois, Pike County
I hereby Certify, That on the 5th day of October A.D., 1837, I joined in the holy state of Matrimony Mr. William L. Breeding and Ms Elisa Hume according to the usual custom, and the Laws of the State of Illinois
Given under my hand and seal, this 6th day of October, 1837
Horbert Carpenter, J.P. 
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1528 http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/immigration/immigration-records/passenger-lists/passenger-lists-1865-1922/Pages/image.aspx?Image=e003530475&URLjpg=http%3a%2f%2fcentral.bac-lac.gc.ca%2f.item%2f%3fid%3de003530475%26op%3dimg&Ecopy=e003530475

1868 Travel travel record for Louisa Booth.
Confirmed through the LAC:
Name: BOOTH, Louisa
Age: 16
Date of Arrival (YYYY/MM/DD) : 1868/06/09
Port of Arrival: Québec
Ship: HIBERNIAN
Reference: RG 76
Microfilm: C-4523 
Booth Peers, Louisa Mary (I1793)
 
1529 https://archive.org/details/genealogyofcrane01cran
Genealogy of the Crane family
by Ellery Bicknell Crane, 1836-1925 
Crane, Jasper (I2687)
 
1530 https://www.ancestry.co.uk/boards/localities.northam.usa.states.missouri.counties.stfrancois/5956/mb.ashx

Goodspeeds History of SE Missouri 1880, page 639.
M. F. Harris, assessor of St. Francois County, Mo., was born in Washington County of that State in 1854, and is the son of Littleton W. and Sarah E. (Hicks) Harris. The father was born in Louisa County, Va., in 1805, and was of Scotch-Irish descent. In 1826 he moved to Washington county, where he followed the trade of blacksmith for twenty-five years. He then engaged in agricultural pursuits, and was the owner of 1,000 acres of land two miles from Potosi. In 1872 he moved to St. Francois County, and lived one and a half miles from Bonne Terre, where he died in 1884. His wife was born in Caldwell County, Ky., in 1817, and is yet living. Of the eleven children born to their union four are yet living: Emeline, wife of G. N. Thompson; Estell D., wife of Frank Harris; Millard F. and George, postmaster at Bonne Terre. Millard F. was educated in the public schools of Potosi, and at the age of fourteen began clerking in a store, and in two years entered a printing office, where he remained five years. In 1875, he went to Bonne Terre, and was employed in the St. Joe Lead Mine as clerk. Here he remained for two years, and the following six years he was with the Desloge Lead Co. In December, 1881, he married Miss Lillie Parker, a native of St. Louis, Mo. To them was born one child, Stella J. In 1887 Mr. Harris and T.A. Waring established a drug store at Farmington, which is doing a successful business. Mr. Harris is a Democrat in politics, is a member of the Masonic fraternity and also a member of the A.O.U.W. 
Harris, Millard F (I2968)
 
1531 Idaho Marriages, 1878-1898; 1903-1942
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Name: Francis Harvey
Birth Date: 29 Jan 1916
Birthplace: Of Washburn, Wis.
Spouse's Name: Joan Doney
Spouse's Birth Date: 1921
Spouse's Birthplace: Of St. Paul'S Mission, Mont.
Event Date: 17 Sep 1938
Event Place: St. Thomas Church, Coeur D'Alene, Kootenai, Idaho
Father's Name: Joseph Harvey
Mother's Name: Lucille Legacy
Spouse's Father's Name: Frank Doney
Spouse's Mother's Name: Myrtle Lalor 
Family F680
 
1532 Idaho, Death Index, 1890-1964
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Name: Frank Xavier Doney
Birth Place: Montana
Birth Date: 6 Nov 1890
Death Place: Silverton, Shoshone, Idaho, USA
Death Date: 14 Oct 1964
Certificate Year: 1964
Certificate Number: 004671 
Doney, Frances Xavier (I1466)
 
1533 Illinois Births and Christenings, 1824-1940
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Name: Mary Gertie Glasford
Gender: Female
Event: Birth
Event Date: 29 Jul 1886
Event Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Father's Name: Alvin Glasgow
Mother's Name: Alice Pool
Indexing Project (batch) Number: C00842-8
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 2021550 
Glasgow, Mary Gertrude (I456)
 
1534 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: Grover Pool
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 14 Oct 1914
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 25
Estimated Birth Year: 1889
Father: A J Pool
Mother: America Walker
Spouse: Miss Olive Grover
Spouse's Titles & Terms: Miss
Spouse's Age: 17
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1897
Spouse's Father: Tomas Grover
Spouse's Mother: Mary Ames
Film Number: 2021284
Digital Folder Number: 004539354
Image Number: 00117 
Family F750
 
1535 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: Edward Walker
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1898
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 28
Estimated Birth Year: 1870
Father: Joseph Walker
Mother: Lucinda Perry
Spouse: Ada Hanks
Spouse's Age: 20
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1878
Spouse's Father: Jackson Hanks
Spouse's Mother: Fannie Brown
Film Number: 2021281
Digital Folder Number: 004539351
Image Number: 01433 
Family F174
 
1536 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: Henry A Walker
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1896
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 22
Estimated Birth Year: 1874
Father: Joseph Walker
Mother: Lucinda Perry
Spouse: Nettie Parrick
Spouse's Age: 20
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1876
Spouse's Father: Chas Parrick
Spouse's Mother: Arminda Hall
Film Number: 2021281
Digital Folder Number: 004539351
Image Number: 01042 
Family F178
 
1537 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: James Calhoun
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1898
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 29
Estimated Birth Year: 1869
Father: William Calhoun
Mother: Martha Burk
Spouse: Ethel Morris
Spouse's Age: 19
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1879
Spouse's Father: William Morris
Spouse's Mother: Mary Metz
Film Number: 2021549
Digital Folder Number: 004539358
Image Number: 00668 
Family F109
 
1538 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: John D Mehl
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1881
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 22
Estimated Birth Year: 1859
Father: Andrew Mehl
Mother: Elisabeth Schauba
Spouse: Cora A Walker
Spouse's Age: 18
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1863
Spouse's Father: James Walker
Spouse's Mother: Amanda Buffington
Film Number: 2021114
Digital Folder Number: 004539348
Image Number: 01793 
Family F213
 
1539 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: John M Walker
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1898
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 26
Estimated Birth Year: 1872
Father: Joseph Walker
Mother: Lucinda Perry
Spouse: Elsie M Hall
Spouse's Age: 24
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1874
Spouse's Father: E Loyd Hall
Spouse's Mother: Angeline Heflin
Film Number: 2021281
Digital Folder Number: 004539351
Image Number: 01553 
Family F176
 
1540 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: Lester H Ingram
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1919
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 21
Estimated Birth Year: 1898
Father: Fritz Ingram
Mother: Gracie Hume
Spouse: Glenna C Windsor
Spouse's Age: 19
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1900
Spouse's Father: Samuel Windsor
Spouse's Mother: Lydia Yockey
Film Number: 2021550
Digital Folder Number: 004539359
Image Number: 00153 
Family F219
 
1541 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: O J Rigg
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1898
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 28
Estimated Birth Year: 1870
Father: Joseph Rigg
Mother: Elizabeth Ingram
Spouse: Agnes Walker
Spouse's Age: 20
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1878
Spouse's Father: James Walker
Spouse's Mother: Maggie Todd
Film Number: 2021549
Digital Folder Number: 004539358
Image Number: 00661 
Family F150
 
1542 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: Oscar Walker
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1880
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 21
Estimated Birth Year: 1859
Father: James Walker
Mother: Amanda Buffington
Spouse: Isabell Cambell
Spouse's Age: 20
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1860
Spouse's Father: Herman Cambell
Spouse's Mother: Wilthyann Evens
Film Number: 2021114
Digital Folder Number: 004539348
Image Number: 00910 
Family F209
 
1543 Illinois County Marriages, 1810-1934
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Name: W H Vandeventer
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 1880
Event Place: Brown, Illinois
Age: 39
Estimated Birth Year: 1841
Father: Elihu Vandeventer
Mother: Zeppra Wells
Spouse: Elizah J Elliott
Spouse's Age: 29
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1851
Spouse's Father: James Walker
Spouse's Mother: Amanda Buffington
Film Number: 2021549
Digital Folder Number: 004539358
Image Number: 00461
 
Family F203
 
1544 Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: America C. Pool
Death Date: 15 Jan 1929
Death Place: Elkhorn, Brown, Illinois
Gender: Female
Age: 74
Estimated Birth Year: 1855
Birth Date: 11 Jun 1854
Birthplace: Scotland Co., Missouri
Father: Joseph Walker
Father's Birth Place: Adair Co., Kentucky
Mother: Rebeccah Pool
Mother's Birth Place: Unknown
Occupation: Housewife
Spouse: Andrew Jackson Pool
Burial Date: 18 Jan 1929
Burial Place: Versailles, Brown, Ill.
Digital Folder Number: 4008236
Image Number: 682
Film Number: 1642976
Volume/page/certificate Number: 4656 
Walker, America C (I443)
 
1545 Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Cora Anna Mehl
Death Date: 15 Apr 1927
Death Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Gender: Female
Age: 61
Estimated Birth Year: 1866
Birth Date: 18 Feb 1866
Birthplace: Pike Co., Ill.
Father: James Walker
Father's Birth Place: Kentucky
Mother: Amanda Buffington
Mother's Birth Place: Unknown
Occupation: Housewife
Spouse: John D. Mehl
Burial Date: 17 Apr 1927
Burial Place: Versailles
Digital Folder Number: 4008193
Image Number: 2272
Film Number: 1613730
Volume/page/certificate Number: 15808 
Walker, Cora Ann (I485)
 
1546 Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Laura May Six
Death Date: 15 Mar 1922
Death Place: Elkhorn, Brown, Illinois
Gender: Female
Marital Status:
Race Or Color:
Age: 0
Estimated Birth Year: 1922
Birth Date: 14 Mar 1922
Birthplace: Brown Co, Ill
Father: Eldon Six
Father's Birth Place: Brown Co, Ill
Mother: Dollie Ingram
Mother's Birth Place: Brown Co, Ill
Burial Date: 16 Mar 1922
Digital Folder Number: 4008114
Image Number: 1187
Film Number: 1570830
Volume/page/certificate Number: 12406 
Six, Laura May (I677)
 
1547 Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name Daring
Event Date 23 Aug 1934
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender Male
Race white
Age 0
Birth Year (Estimated) 1934
Birth Date 22 Aug 1934
Birthplace Chicago, Ill.
Father's Name Paul Daring
Father's Birthplace Chicago, Ill.
Mother's Name Grace Wray
Mother's Birthplace Chicago, Ill
Residence Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date 28 Aug 1934
Cemetery Ly...
Digital Folder Number 4204465
Image Number 2285
GS Film number 1907322
Reference ID rn 24460 
Dorng (I486)
 
1548 Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Paul Doring
Event Date: 25 Nov 1920
Event Place: Chicago, Illinois
Gender: Male
Digital Folder Number 4152959
Image Number 1580
GS Film number 1852950
Reference ID 31561 
Dorng (I375)
 
1549 Illinois Marriages
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Name: John G. Pool
Spouse: Juriah Walker
Date: 30 May 1837
County: Pike
State: Illinois
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Microfilm: 1314769 
Family F129
 
1550 Illinois Marriages to 1850
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Spouse 1: Dudley, Almira
Spouse 2: Walker, James
Marriage Date: 28 Jun 1835
Marriage Location: Pike County, Illinois 
Family F132
 
1551 Illinois Marriages to 1850
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Spouse 1: Pool, Rebecca
Spouse 2: Walker, Joseph G.
Marriage Date: 14 May 1840
Marriage Location: Pike County, Illinois 
Family F133
 
1552 Illinois Marriages to 1850
Ancestry.com

Spouse 1: Carpenter, Delila
Spouse 2: Poole, James A.
Marriage Date: 27 Aug 1835
Marriage Location: Pike County, Illinois 
Family F170
 
1553 Illinois Marriages, 1790-1860
Ancestry.com

Name: Elisabeth Hume
Spouse: Asa Buffington
Date: 28 Jan 1830
County: Pike
State: Illinois
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Microfilm: 1314769 
Family F198
 
1554 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: Alvin Glasgow
Bride's Name: Alice Pool
Marriage Date: 12 Nov 1884
Marriage Place: Chambersburg, Pike, Illinois
Groom's Father's Name: Henry Glasgow
Bride's Father's Name: John S Pool
Bride's Mother's Name: Walker
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M74424-0
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314768 
Family F136
 
1555 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: James A. Walker
Bride's Name: Harriet Dudly
Marriage Date: 31 Dec 1843
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M53399-4
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314772 
Family F144
 
1556 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: James A. Walker
Bride's Name: Amanda Buffington
Marriage Date: 10 Jul 1851
Marriage Place: Brown County, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M00810-6
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 2021549 
Family F145
 
1557 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: James S. Walker
Bride's Name: Margaret Todd
Marriage Date: 22 May 1864
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M52464-4
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314781 
Family F146
 
1558 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: Joshua J. Ingram
Bride's Name: Mary Carpenter
Marriage Date: 01 Nov 1860
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M52464-3
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314780 
Family F222
 
1559 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: Joshua J. Ingram
Bride's Name: Mary Jane Breeden
Marriage Date: 11 Feb 1858
Marriage Place: Brown County, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M00810-7
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 2021549 
Family F227
 
1560 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935,
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Groom's Name: William A. Hume
Bride's Name: Caroline Pool
Marriage Date: 09 Oct 1864
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M52464-4
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314781 
Family F124
 
1561 Illinois Marriages, 1815-1935,
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Groom's Name: William A. Hume
Bride's Name: Mary P. Winegar
Marriage Date: 03 Sep 1874
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M52465-2
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1315805 
Family F125
 
1562 Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900
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Name: Mary Carnaghan
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Benjamin S. Stvrain
Marriage Date: Apr 15, 1896
Marriage County: Rock Island
Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1428580 - 1428581. 
Family F319
 
1563 Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900
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Name: Samuel Berry
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Ada Ann Taylor
Marriage Date: Jun 24, 1860
Marriage County: De Kalb
Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records located at Sycamore, IL. 
Family F36
 
1564 Illinois State Archives
Http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Alvin C Morris
Bride Loisa (Hume) Morris
Date 1884-01-12
Lic No 00000338
County Pike

Note: Louisa Hume is noted on her marriage record as 'Louis Morris', however her parents are confirmed as William A Hume and 'Pool' and it was her first marriage.
Records indicate they were married 12 Jan 1883 and 16 Jan 1884. 
Family F83
 
1565 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Breeden, William L
Bride Marshall, Margarete
Date 1834-05-06
County Sangamon 
Family F228
 
1566 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Ingram, Fritz
Bride Hume, Gracie
Date 1897-12-23
Volume D
Page 152
Lic No 7278
County Morgan 
Family F216
 
1567 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Ingram, John B
Bride Harvil, Susanah
Date 1837-11-03
Volume 001
Page 0056
Lic No 00000478
County Schuyler 
Family F230
 
1568 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Morris, William W
Bride Metz, Mary F
Date 1859-09-01
Volume A
Page 1
Lic No 2453
County Pike 
Family F97
 
1569 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Pool, Henry
Bride Dozier, Susan
Date 1868-01-12
Volume A
Page 141
Lic No 276
County Pike 
Family F181
 
1570 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Six, Ira E
Bride Seagram, Dolla Belle
Date 1921-09-06
Volume 4
Page 281 
Family F217
 
1571 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Walker, Joseph
Bride Jones, Lucinda
Date 1868-06-11
Volume C
Page 65
Lic No 866
County Brown 
Family F134
 
1572 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Windsor, Saml E
Bride Yockey, Lidia M
Date 1898-04-14
Page 0016
Lic No 00003280
County Pike 
Family F220
 
1573 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Bausch, Charles
Bride: Martin, Susanna
Date: 1873-12-31
Volume: B
Page: 307
Lic No.:
County: Crawford
 
Family F264
 
1574 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, Charles
Bride: Mccolpin, Martha
Date: 1877-03-13
Volume: C
Page: 11
Lic No.:
County: Crawford
 
Family F265
 
1575 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, Charles W
Bride: Malcolm, Keziah
Date: 1852-02-12
Volume: 00b
Page: 0015
Lic No.: 0000b147
County: Crawford
 
Family F259
 
1576 Illinois State Archives
Http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, John
Bride: Weger, Sarah
Date: 1885-11-25
Volume: 1
Page: 106
Lic No.:
County: Crawford
 
Family F270
 
1577 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, Levi
Bride: Tharp, Sophia
Date: 1886-03-11
Volume: 1
Page: 110
Lic No.:
County: Crawford
 
Family F269
 
1578 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, Miles
Bride: Goodbrick, Alice
Date: 1881-09-11
Volume: 1
Page: 50
Lic No.:
County: Crawford 
Family F272
 
1579 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, William
Bride: Weathermen, Jane
Date: 1854-03-15
Volume: 00b
Page: 0041
Lic No.: 0000b399
County: Crawford 
Family F262
 
1580 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Brush, William M
Bride: Irwin, Ella
Date: 1878-08-29
Volume: 1
Page: 009
Lic No.: 0112
County: Lawrence
 
Family F273
 
1581 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Daron, William H
Bride: Bruch, Elizabeth
Date: 1871-07-16
Volume: B
Page: 270
Lic No.:
County: Crawford 
Family F275
 
1582 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Kirk, David
Bride: Brush, Fanny
Date: 1848-05-18
Volume: 00a
Page: 0146
Lic No.: 00001129
County: Crawford
 
Family F258
 
1583 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Kirk, George F
Bride: Brush, Nancy E
Date: 1853-08-25
Volume: 00b
Page: 0034
Lic No.: 0000b331
County: Crawford
 
Family F260
 
1584 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Kirk, George F
Bride: Brush, Nancy E
Date: 1853-08-25
Volume: 00b
Page: 0034
Lic No.: 0000b331
County: Crawford
 
Family F260
 
1585 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Lee, Benjamin
Bride: Brush, Elizabeth
Date: 1856-04-13
Volume: 00b
Page: 0066
Lic No.: 0000b645
County: Crawford 
Family F250
 
1586 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Malcom, William
Bride: Goff, Keziah
Date: 1842-06-07
Volume: 00a
Page: 0089
Lic No.: 00000807
County: Crawford
 
Family F263
 
1587 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Groom: Vanmeter, William
Bride: Brush, Sarah Jane
Date: 1864-01-21
Volume: 00b
Page: 0159
Lic No.: 000b1612
County: Crawford
 
Family F261
 
1588 Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov/

Name Of Deceased: Brush, Elnorah G Irwin
Date: 1914-11-13
City: Lawrenceville
Age: 55 Yr
Sex: F
Volume: 3
Page: 303
Cert No: 1
County: Lawrence
 
Irwin, Elnore Ella (I831)
 
1589 Illinois, Births and Christenings, 1824-1940
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Name: Mary Hume
Gender: Female
Event: Birth
Event Date: 25 May 1882
Event Place: Chambersburg, Pike, Illinois
Father's Name: W.h. Hume
Mother's Name: Mary Winegar
Indexing Project (batch) Number: C74433-6
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314767 It 1-2 
Hume, Mary May (I398)
 
1590 Illinois, Births and Christenings, 1824-1940
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Name: Walter Scott Morris
Gender: Male
Event: Birth
Event Date: 24 Oct 1883
Event Place: Perry Tp , Pike, Illinois
Father's Name: William Winslow Morris
Mother's Name: Mary Francis Metz
Indexing Project (batch) Number: C74433-7
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 1314767 It 1-2 
Morris, Walter Scott (I317)
 
1591 Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994
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Name Grace Doring
Event Type Death
Event Date 13 Oct 1948
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 6641 So Hamilton St
Gender Female
Age 47
Marital Status Married
Race White
Occupation Housewife
Birth Date 20 Nov 1900
Birthplace Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Funeral Home Zimmerman And Sandeman
Burial Date 16 Oct 1948
Burial Place Worth, , Illinois
Cemetery Evergreen
Father's Name Edward Wray
Mother's Name Anna Vent
Spouse's Name Paul Doring
Informant's Name Lauretta Bergamine
Entry Number 29266
Digital Folder Number 101086102
Image Number 00269 
Wray, Grace (I197)
 
1592 Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994
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Name: Paul Doring
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 14 May 1972
Event Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address: 6641 S Hamilton
Gender: Male
Age: 78
Marital Status: Widowed
Race: White
Occupation: Buffer
Birth Date: 09 Nov 1893
Birthplace: , , Illinois
Funeral Home: Evans Funeral Home
Burial Date: 17 May 1972
Burial Place: Evergreen Park, , Illinois
Cemetery: Evergreen
Father's Name: John Doring
Informant's Name: Nancy Radke
Entry Number: 613721
Digital Folder Number 101276861
Image Number 03737 
Dorng, Paul (I196)
 
1593 Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994
FamilySearch.org
Name: Eric Larson
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 05 Jul 1950
Event Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address: 7535 So Hamilton
Gender: Male
Age: 67
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Occupation: Painter
Birth Date: 03 Jan 1883
Birthplace: , , Sweden
Funeral Home: Edgar Funeral Home
Burial Place: Worth, , Illinois
Cemetery: Oak Hill
Father's Name: August Larson
Mother's Name: Christina
Informant's Name: M E Butler
Entry Number 48422 
Larson, Eric (I199)
 
1594 Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1878-1994
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Name: Henry Larson
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 03 Feb 1967
Event Place: Oak Lawn, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address: 5605 S Kostner
Gender: Male
Age: 52
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Occupation: Foreman Painter
Birth Date: 25 May 1914
Birthplace: Chicago, , Illinois
Burial Date: 07 Feb 1967
Burial Place: Evergreen Park, , Illinois
Cemetery: Evergreen
Father's Name: Eric Larson
Mother's Name: Agnes Rhenberg
Informant's Name: Dorothy Kilroe 
Larson, Henry (I201)
 
1595 Illinois, Cook County Marriages, 1871-1920
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Name: Lambert Bush Or Busch
Age: 27
Birth Year: (Estimated) 1882
Birth Date: 1882
Spouse's Name: Barbara Blaich
Spouse's Age: 21
Spouse's Birth Year: (Estimated) 1888
Spouse's Birth Date: 1888
License Type: Marriage
Event Date: 28 Jul 1909
Event Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois 
Family F119
 
1596 Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates
FamilySearch.com
Name: Anna Bush
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 08 Sep 1879
Event Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Registration Date: 29 Sep 1942
Registration Place: Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Father's Name: Henderickus H Bush
Father's Birthplace: Netherlands
Father's Age: 47
Father's Estimated Birth Year: 1832
Mother's Name: Abeltje Van Dykes
Mother's Birthplace: Netherlands
Mother's Age: 39
Mother's Estimated Birth Year: 1840
Certificate Number: 191416 
Bush, Anna (I141)
 
1597 Illinois, Cook County, Birth Certificates
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Name: Lambert Bush
Event Type: Birth
Event Date: 14 Dec 1881
Event Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Registration Date: 24 Sep 1941
Registration Place: Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Henry Bush
Father's Birthplace: Netherlands
Father's Age: 49
Father's Estimated Birth Year: 1832
Mother's Name: Alice Van Dyke
Mother's Birthplace: Netherlands
Mother's Age: 35
Mother's Estimated Birth Year: 1846
Certificate Number: 90431 
Bush, Lambert (I142)
 
1598 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: Bertha Laber
[Bertha Walker]
Gender: Female
Age: 51
Birth Date: abt 1876
Marriage Date: 24 Dec 1927
Marriage Place: Rushville, Schuyler, Illinois, USA
Father: Joseph Walker
Mother: Lucinda Perry
Spouse: Henry W. Fisher
Film Number: 001311550 
Family F180
 
1599 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: Aribel Hume
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 13 Aug 1848
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois, USA
Spouse: James H Dennis
Film Number: 001314769 
Family F1205
 
1600 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: Cortes Hume
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 30 Aug 1849
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois, USA
Spouse: Mary S Jackson
Film Number: 001314769 
Family F1202
 
1601 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: James A. Metz
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1873
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois, USA
Spouse: Laura Bushfield
Film Number: 001315807 
Family F1210
 
1602 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: Joel E. Ham
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1871
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois, USA
Spouse: Celeste Ann Colleps
Film Number: 001315803 
Family F1244
 
1603 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: John A Bushfield
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 26 Nov 1856
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois, USA
Spouse: Heneritta A Bradbury
Film Number: 000229485 
Family F1204
 
1604 Illinois, County Marriage Records, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: Mary A Bushfield
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 27 May 1844
Marriage Place: Pike, Illinois, USA
Spouse: William A Hume
Film Number: 001314769 
Family F194
 
1605 Illinois, County Marriages, 1800-1940
Ancestry.com
Name: William Ritzma
Gender: Male
Age: 36
Birth Date: abt 1860
Marriage Date: 1896
Marriage Date: 24 Sep 1896
Marriage Place: Iroquois, Illinois, USA
Father: Peter Ritzma
Mother: Catherine Fabet
Spouse: M. Bush Posthumas
Film Number: 001321549 
Family F121
 
1606 Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940
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Name: A. J. Pool
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 25 Aug 1864
Event Place: Pike, Illinois, United States
Spouse's Name: Mary E. Ham
Reference ID 650
GS Film Number 001314781
Digital Folder Number 005204679
Image Number 00641
 
Family F1324
 
1607 Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940
FamilySearch.org

Name: Andrew J. Pool
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 10 Aug 1876
Event Place: Pike, Illinois, United States
Spouse's Name: America C. Walker
Reference ID p 279
GS Film Number 001315807
Digital Folder Number 005204689
Image Number 00808 
Family F171
 
1608 Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940
FamilySearch.org
Name: Abraham Buffington
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 04 May 1854
Event Place: Jefferson, Illinois, United States
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Rebecca Gregory
Spouse's Gender: Female 
Family F1271
 
1609 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index
Ancestry.com

Name: Andrew Jackson Pool
Birth Date: 3 Jul 1844
Birth Place: Pike Co , Ill
Death Date: 16 Apr 1925
Death Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 19 Apr 1925
Cemetery Name: Versailles Cem.
Death Age: 80
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Male
Father Name: James Pool
Father Birth Place: North Carolina
Mother Name: Lila Carpenter
Mother Birth Place: Tenn.
Spouse Name: Amernia Pool
FHL Film Number: 1487774 
Pool, Andrew Jackson (I580)
 
1610 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index
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Name: Henry Pool
Birth Date: 24 Dec 1842
Birth Place: Chambersburg, Pike, Illinois
Death Date: 7 Feb 1935
Death Place: Chambersburg, Pike, Illinois
Burial Date: 9 Feb 1935
Burial Place: Chambersburg, Pike, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Calhoun
Death Age: 92
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Chambersburg, Pike, Illinois
Father Name: Jas. A. Pool
Mother Name: Delilah Pool
Spouse Name: Susan Dozier
FHL Film Number: 1754241 
Pool, Henry (I579)
 
1611 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index
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Name: Isabelle McKenna
[Isabelle Patterson]
Birth Date: 6 Oct 1877
Birth Place: Scotland
Death Date: 7 Jan 1944
Death Place: Chicago, Cook Co , Ill
Burial Date: 11 Jan 1944
Burial Place: Worth, Cook Co., Ill.
Cemetery Name: Holy Sepulchre
Death Age: 66
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Residence: Chicago, Cook Co., Ill.
Father Name: Richard Patterson
Father Birth Place: Scotland
Mother Birth Place: Scotland
Spouse Name: Joseph
Comments: S.S. 345-20-9229
FHL Film Number: 1953894 
Patterson, Isabella Marie (I360)
 
1612 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947

Name Jennie Agner
Birth Date 24 Nov 1863
Birth Place Holland
Death Date 20 Apr 1925
Death Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date 22 Apr 1925
Cemetery Name Fairmount
Death Age 61
Occupation Housewife
Race White
Marital Status M
Gender Female
Street Address 6652 S. Lincoln St.
Father Name Henry Bush
Father Birth Place Holland
Mother Birth Place Holland
Spouse Name Gardner M Agner
FHL Film Number 1877719

Source: Ancestry 
Bush, Janna (I116)
 
1613 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Abraham Marion Buffington
Birth Date: abt 1858
Death Date: 27 Jul 1938
Death Place: Stonington, Christian, Illinois
Death Age: 80
Gender: Male
Father Name: Asa J. Buffington
Mother Name: Rebecca Gregory
Spouse Name: Mary Buffington
FHL Film Number: 1818802 
Buffington, Abraham Marion (I2399)
 
1614 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Alice Alcindia Taylor
[Alice Alcindia Brush]
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1858
Birth Place: Crawford County, Illinois
Death Date: 21 Aug 1921
Death Place: Laureuville, Lawrence, Illinois
Burial Date: 24 Aug 1921
Burial Place: Laureuville, Cemetery
Death Age: 63
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Father Name: Chas. Brush
Father Birth Place: Illinois
Mother Name: Kucah Goff
Mother Birth Place: Illinois
FHL Film Number: 1570369 
Brush, Alcinda (I809)
 
1615 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Anne Maris O'Neill
[Anne Maris Cassidy]
Birth Date: 19 Jun 1859
Birth Place: Chicago, Ill
Death Date: 25 Apr 1918
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 27 Apr 1918
Burial Place: MT. Olivet
Death Age: 58
Occupation: At Home
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Father Name: Mathew Cassidy
Father Birth Place: Wis.
Mother Name: Hellen McNaughton
Mother Birth Place: Ireland
FHL Film Number: 1852590 
Cassidy, Anna Maria (I134)
 
1616 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Charles M. Brush
Birth Date: 18 Dec 1854
Birth Place: Robinson, Illinois
Death Date: 22 Dec 1938
Death Place: Robinson, Crawford, Illinois
Burial Date: 24 Dec 1938
Burial Place: Robinson, Crawford, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Robinson Old. Cemetery
Death Age: 84
Occupation: Ret. Brick Mason
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Male
Residence: Robinson, Robinson Township, Crawford, Illinois
Father Name: Wm. Brush
Father Birth Place: Robinson, Illinois
Mother Name: Lettie Weatherly
Mother Birth Place: Robinson, Illinois
Spouse Name: Martha Brush
FHL Film Number: 1819311 
Brush, Charles Mason (I817)
 
1617 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Elizabeth S. Caldwell
Birth Date: 8 Jun 1857
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Death Date: 9 Jun 1934
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 1934
Burial Place: Evanston, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: CALVARY
Death Age: 77
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: John O Neill
Father Birth Place: Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland
Mother Name: Ann Mc Gillen
Mother Birth Place: Omagh, CO. Tyrone, Ireland
Spouse Name: C. P. Caldwell
FHL Film Number: 1907319 
O'Neill, Elizabeth Syra (I132)
 
1618 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Ellen Purscell
[Ellen McKenna]
Birth Date: 21 Feb 1878
Birth Place: Washington D C
Death Date: 14 Mar 1925
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 17 Mar 1925
Cemetery Name: Mt Olivet
Death Age: 47
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: Michael McKenna
Father Birth Place: Philadelphia, , PA.
Mother Name: Mary Hollaran
Mother Birth Place: Ireland
Spouse Name: Richard E. Purscell
Comments: 43y in this place
FHL Film Number: 1877718
 
McKenna, Ellen M (I312)
 
1619 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Fred Ingram
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1869
Birth Place: Elkhorn, Twp , Ill
Death Date: 25 Mar 1941
Death Place: Elkhorn Twp , Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 27 Mar 1941
Burial Place: MT.Sterling, Brown, Ill.
Cemetery Name: Mt. Sterling
Death Age: 71
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Elkhorn Twp., Brown, Ill.
Father Name: Joshwa Ingram
Father Birth Place: Perry Twp., Ill.
Mother Name: Mary Correnter
Mother Birth Place: Elkhorn Twp., Ill.
Spouse Name: Serrilda Ingram
FHL Film Number: 1832579 
Ingram, Frederick (I695)
 
1620 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Fritz Ingram
Birth Date: 22 Sep 1876
Birth Place: Brown, Illinois
Death Date: 24 Mar 1947
Death Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 26 Mar 1947
Burial Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Versailles
Death Age: 70
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Versailles, Brown, Ill.
Father Name: Joshua Ingram
Father Birth Place: Pike, Ill.
Mother Name: Mary Carpenter
Mother Birth Place: Brown, Ill.
Spouse Name: Mary Ingram
FHL Film Number: 1991768 
Ingram, Fritz (I672)
 
1621 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Gerald Cudahy
Birth Date: abt 1893
Birth Place: Chicago, Ill
Death Date: 23 Sep 1945
Death Place: Evanston, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 27 Sep 1945
Burial Place: Evanston, Cook, Ill.
Cemetery Name: Calvary
Death Age: 52
Race: White
Marital Status: S
Gender: Male
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: John Cudahy
Father Birth Place: Kilkenny Co., Ireland
Mother Name: Margaret O'Neill
Mother Birth Place: Chicago, Ill.
FHL Film Number: 1984179 
Cudhay, Gerald Caldwell (I141)
 
1622 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Gracie Pearl Ingram
[Gracie Pearl Hume]
Birth Date: 3 Jul 1880
Birth Place: Brown Co , Illinois
Death Date: 10 Feb 1931
Death Place: Versailles Twp , Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 12 Feb 1931
Burial Place: Versailles Twp., Brown, IL
Cemetery Name: Versailles Cemetery
Death Age: 60
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Residence: Versailles, Brown Co., Illinois
Father Name: Benjamin F. Hume
Father Birth Place: Illinois
Mother Name: Helen Dewitt
Mother Birth Place: Illinois
Spouse Name: Fritz Ingram
FHL Film Number: 1653752 
Hume, Grace Pearl (I671)
 
1623 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Jno Riley Brush
Birth Date: 30 May 1865
Birth Place: Ill
Death Date: 1 Aug 1916
Death Place: Lawrence, Lawrence, Illinois
Burial Date: 3 Aug 1916
Burial Place: Lawrenceville
Death Age: 51
Occupation: General Laborer
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Father Name: Charles Brush
Father Birth Place: Ill
Mother Name: Kissah Goff
Mother Birth Place: Ill
FHL Film Number: 1530824 
Brush, John Riley (I810)
 
1624 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: John Riordan Cudahy
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1883
Birth Place: Chicago, Ill
Death Date: 9 Sep 1929
Death Place: Dwight, Livingston, Illinois
Burial Date: 11 Sep 1929
Burial Place: Roger Twp., Cook, Ill.
Cemetery Name: Calvary
Death Age: 46
Occupation: Retired
Race: White
Marital Status: S
Gender: Male
Street address: 3340 S Michigan Ave.
Residence: Chicago, Ill.
Father Name: John Cudahy
Father Birth Place: Milwaukee, Wis.
Mother Name: Margaret Oneil
Mother Birth Place: Chicago, Ill.
FHL Film Number: 1643320 
Cudhay, John Riordan (I139)
 
1625 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Joshua J Ingram
Birth Date: 12 Nov 1832
Birth Place: Elkhorn, Brown
Death Date: 10 Apr 1922
Death Place: Elkhorn, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 13 Apr 1922
Death Age: 89
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Male
Residence: Versailles
Father Name: John B Ingram
Father Birth Place: Tennesse
Mother Birth Place: Tenn
Spouse Name: Marry Ingram
Comments: res 89y 4m 28d
FHL Film Number: 1570830 
Ingram, Joshua Jasper (I688)
 
1626 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Levi Simpson Brush
Birth Date: 20 May 1867
Birth Place: Crawford Co , Illinois
Death Date: 20 Aug 1929
Death Place: Bridgeport, Lawrence, Illinois
Burial Date: 21 Aug 1929
Burial Place: Lawrenceville
Death Age: 66
Occupation: Retired
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Bridgeport, Ill.
Father Name: Chas. Brush
Mother Name: ...Iza Goff
Mother Birth Place: Kentucky
Spouse Name: Lola Brush
Comments: Resided 10y in city where death occurred.
FHL Film Number: 1643319 
Brush, Levi Simpson (I811)
 
1627 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Marian Isabella Walker
[Marian Isabella Campbell]
Birth Date: 26 Jun 1859
Birth Place: Michigan
Death Date: 28 Jun 1941
Death Place: MT Sterling, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 30 Jun 1941
Burial Place: MT. Sterling, Brown, Illinois
Cemetery Name: City
Death Age: 82
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: MT Sterling, Brown, Illinois
Father Name: Herman Campbell
Father Birth Place: Canada
Mother Name: Wealthy Ann Evans
Mother Birth Place: New York
Spouse Name: Oscar Walker
FHL Film Number: 1832585 
Campbell, Marian Isabella (I655)
 
1628 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Martha A Brush
[Martha A McColpin]
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1851
Birth Place: Robinson, Ills
Death Date: 8 Oct 1932
Death Place: Robinson, Crawford, Illinois
Burial Date: 10 Oct 1932
Burial Place: Robinson, Crawford, Ills.
Cemetery Name: Robinson Old
Death Age: 81
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Residence: 903 So Howard
Father Name: John McColpin
Mother Name: Ellen Shipman
Spouse Name: Chas. M. Brush
FHL Film Number: 1684558 
McColpin, Martha A (I822)
 
1629 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Mary Frances Morris
[Mary Frances Metz]
Birth Date: 4 May 1840
Birth Place: Chambersburg, Ill
Death Date: 20 Oct 1923
Death Place: Liberty, Illinois
Burial Date: 23 Oct 1923
Cemetery Name: Browns Cemetery
Death Age: 83
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: Liberty, Adams, Illinois
Father Name: Benjamin Metz
Father Birth Place: Maryland
Mother Name: Jane Lawson
Mother Birth Place: Gr...per Co., Kentucky
Spouse Name: W. W. Morris
FHL Film Number: 1556965 
Metz, Mary Frances (I307)
 
1630 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Mary Ingram
[Mary Carpenter]
Birth Date: 8 Mar 1841
Birth Place: Illinois
Death Date: 8 May 1917
Death Place: Elkhorn, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 10 May 1917
Burial Place: Calhoun Cemetary
Death Age: 76
Occupation: Housework
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Father Name: Fernie Carpenter
Father Birth Place: Tenn.
Mother Name: Elizabeth Robinson
Mother Birth Place: Tenn.
FHL Film Number: 1530925 
Carpenter, Mary (I689)
 
1631 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Mary Nelson (Transcription error from Wilson)
[Mary McKenna]
Death Date: 16 Jun 1937
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Father Name: Michael McKenna
Mother Name: Mary Halloran
Spouse Name: John
FHL Film Number: 1952849 
McKenna, Mary Catherine (I307)
 
1632 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Maud Laverne Walker
Birth Date: 16 Jul 1886
Birth Place: Illinois
Death Date: 31 Dec 1916
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 1 Jan 1917
Burial Place: MT. Sterling, Ill.
Death Age: 30
Race: White
Marital Status: S
Gender: Female
Father Name: Oscar Walker
Father Birth Place: Illinois
Mother Name: Marion Campbell
Mother Birth Place: Michigan
FHL Film Number: 1852311 
Walker, Maud Laverne (I661)
 
1633 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Oscar Walker
Birth Date: 14 Jun 1858
Birth Place: Pike County, Illinois
Death Date: 6 Mar 1938
Death Place: Mt Sterling, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 8 Mar 1938
Burial Place: Mt. Sterling, Brown, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Mt. Sterling City
Death Age: 79
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Mt. Sterling, Brown, Illinois
Father Name: James A. Walker
Father Birth Place: Kentucky
Mother Name: Amanda Bufington
Mother Birth Place: U.s.a.
Spouse Name: Marian Isabella Walker
Comments: 25 Years At This Place
Fhl Film Number: 1818554 
Walker, Oscar (I483)
 
1634 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Patrick Cleary
Birth Date: 29 Jul 1849
Birth Place: Montreal, Canada
Death Date: 3 Jan 1920
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 5 Jan 1920
Death Age: 70
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Father Name: Patrick Cleary
Father Birth Place: Ireland
Mother Name: Marry Cleary
Mother Birth Place: Ireland
Spouse Name: Mollie V. Cleary
FHL Film Number: 1852839 
Cleary, Patrick (I137)
 
1635 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Rebecca Buffington
[Rebecca Gregory]
Birth Date: abt 1841
Death Date: 25 May 1921
Death Place: Stonington, Christian, Illinois
Death Age: 80
Gender: Female
Father Name: Absalom Gregory
Mother Name: Rebecca Holliday
FHL Film Number: 1570362 
Gregory, Rebecca (I2396)
 
1636 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Rebecca Jane Brush Darnold
Birth Date: 16 Jun 1865
Birth Place: Flat Rock, Crawford
Death Date: 16 May 1938
Death Place: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois
Burial Date: 18 May 1938
Burial Place: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Ill.
Death Age: 72
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois
Father Name: Charles Brush
FHL Film Number: 1818884 
Brush, Rebecca Jane (I813)
 
1637 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Susan Pool
[Susan Dozier]
Birth Date: 27 Oct 1845
Birth Place: Kentucky
Death Date: 16 Sep 1919
Death Place: Chamberburg, Pike, Illinois
Burial Date: 18 Sep 1919
Cemetery Name: Calhoun
Death Age: 73
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Father Name: Dozier
Mother Name: Sarah Wright
FHL Film Number: 1562399 
Dozier, Susan (I602)
 
1638 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: William C. Darnold
Birth Date: 22 Jan 1860
Birth Place: Missouri
Death Date: 26 Jun 1927
Death Place: Laurenceville, Laurence, Illinois
Burial Date: 28 Jun 1927
Death Age: 57
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Father Name: Richard Darnold
Father Birth Place: MO.
FHL Film Number: 1614255 
Darnold, William Clement (I826)
 
1639 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: William Mason Brush
Birth Date: 19 Jun 1853
Birth Place: Illinois
Death Date: 25 Dec 1919
Death Place: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois
Burial Date: 27 Dec 1919
Cemetery Name: Lawrenceville Cemetery
Death Age: 66
Occupation: Labor
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Male
Residence: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois
Father Name: Chas. Brush
Father Birth Place: Illinois
Mother Name: Koziah Goff
Mother Birth Place: Illinois
FHL Film Number: 1562403 
Brush, William Mason (I807)
 
1640 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Ernest Siegel
Birth Date: 1 Jan 1878
Birth Place: Cuffenhausen, Germany
Death Date: 23 Nov 1936
Death Place: Bremen, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 26 Nov 1936
Burial Place: Elmwood Park, Cook, Ill
Cemetery Name: Elmwood
Death Age: 58
Occupation: Butcher
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: John Siegel
Father Birth Place: Cuffenhausen, Germany
Spouse Name: Johannah Hauer
FHL Film Number: 1766272 
Siegel, Ernst (I335)
 
1641 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Frances M. Annen
Birth Date: abt 1917
Death Date: 18 Jan 1921
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Death Age: 4
Gender: Female
Father Name: Frank Annen
Mother Name: Harriet Pold
FHL Film Number: 1852952 
Annen, Frances Mary (I341)
 
1642 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Frances M. Annen
Birth Date: abt 1917
Death Date: 18 Jan 1921
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Death Age: 4
Gender: Female
Father Name: Frank Annen
Mother Name: Harriet Pold
FHL Film Number: 1852952 
Annen, Frances Mary (I341)
 
1643 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Harriet Annen
Birth Date: abt 1915
Death Date: 17 Jan 1921
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Death Age: 6
Gender: Female
Father Name: Frank Annen
Mother Name: Harriet Pold
FHL Film Number: 1852952 
Annen, Harriet Martha (I340)
 
1644 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Richard E. Purcell
Birth Date: 18 Jul 1878
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York
Death Date: 17 Feb 1936
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 21 Feb 1936
Burial Place: Worth, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Holy Sepulchre
Death Age: 57
Occupation: Accountant
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: Richard E. Purcell
Spouse Name: Margaret
FHL Film Number: 1926850 
Purcell, Richard Edward II (I366)
 
1645 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Susan L. Lile
[Susan L. Wells]
Birth Date: 27 Apr 1852
Birth Place: KY
Death Date: 1 Aug 1929
Death Place: Granite City, Madison, Illinois
Burial Date: 4 Aug 1929
Burial Place: Sappinton, St. Louis, Missouri
Death Age: 77
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Female
Father Name: Micajah Wells
Father Birth Place: KY.
Mother Name: Amanda Grassom
Mother Birth Place: KY.
Spouse Name: William O. Lile
Comments: Resided 30y in city where death occurred.
FHL Film Number: 1643319 
Wells, Susan Luro (I2281)
 
1646 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com
Name: James McKenna
Birth Date: 18 Nov 1901
Birth Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Death Date: 16 Jun 1929
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 19 Jun 1929
Burial Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Holy Sepulchre
Death Age: 27
Occupation: Conductor
Race: White
Marital Status: S
Gender: Male
Street Address: 3442 S Leavitt St
Father Name: Joseph McKenna
Father Birth Place: Washingron, D. C.
Mother Name: Isabel Patterson
Mother Birth Place: Scotland
FHL Film Number: 1892367 
McKenna, James (I364)
 
1647 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com
Name: Susan T. Stevens
[Susan T. McKenna]
Death Date: 25 Aug 1936
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Father Name: Michael McKenna
Mother Name: Mary Holloran
Spouse Name: Earl R.
FHL Film Number: 1927011 
McKenna, Susan T (I309)
 
1648 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com
Name: Gezina Dobb
Birth Date: 13 Sep 1838
Birth Place: Netherlands
Death Date: 16 Mar 1925
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 18 Mar 1925
Cemetery Name: Forest Home
Death Age: 86
Occupation: Home
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Birth Place: Netherland
Mother Birth Place: Netherland
Spouse Name: Hilbrand
Comments: 71y in this place
FHL Film Number: 1877718 
Bus, Gezina (I150)
 
1649 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com
Name: Andrew M. Carline
Birth Date: 21 Oct 1889
Birth Place: Unbrige, Ontario, Canada
Death Date: 8 Dec 1938
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 10 Dec 1938
Burial Place: Windsor, Canada
Death Age: 49
Occupation: Salesman
Race: White
Marital status: M
Gender: Male
Father Name: Michael Carline
Father Birth Place: Unbridge, Canada
Mother Name: Elizabeth Ried
Mother Birth Place: Unbridge, Canada
Spouse Name: Bessie C. Weight
FHL Film Number: 1953409 
Carline, Andrew M (I530)
 
1650 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Belle Vandeventer
[Belle Walker]
Birth Date: 15 Sep 1846
Birth Place: Missouri
Death Date: 6 Nov 1929
Death Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Burial Date: 8 Nov 1929
Burial Place: Versailles, Brown, Ill.
Death Age: 83
Occupation: Housewife
Marital Status: W
Gender: Female
Residence: Versailles, Brown, Ill. (40 yrs)
Father Name: Joseph Walker
Spouse Name: Isaac Vandeventer
FHL Film Number: 1643620 
Walker, Isabelle (I439)
 
1651 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Frank M. Burge
Birth Date: 1 Jun 1868
Birth Place: Pittsburg, Penn
Death Date: 25 Sep 1947
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 27 Sep 1947
Burial Place: Evergreen Park, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: St. Mary's
Death Age: 79
Occupation: Locomotive Engineer
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Father Name: Martin Burge
Mother Name: Regina Schmidt
Mother Birth Place: Germany
Spouse Name: Alice
FHL Film Number: 1991638 
Burge, Frank Martin (I353)
 
1652 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: Robert J. Wilson
Birth Date: 9 May 1894
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Death Date: 11 Apr 1933
Death Place: Proviso Twp , Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 14 Apr 1933
Burial Place: River Grove, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Saint Joseph's
Death Age: 38
Occupation: Postal Clerk
Race: White
Marital Status: M
Gender: Male
Street Address: 2828 75th Avenue
Residence: Elmwood Park, Illinois
Father Name: John Wilson
Father Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland
Mother Name: Mary Mc Kenna
Mother Birth Place: Washington, D. C.
Spouse Name: Edna Wilson
FHL Film Number: 1684958 
Wilson, Robert E (I321)
 
1653 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
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Name: John Patterson
Birth Date: 3 Jan 1882
Birth Place: Ill
Death Date: 23 Feb 1918
Death Place: Taylor Springs, Montgomery, Illinois
Burial Date: 27 Feb 1918
Burial Place: Marion, Illinois
Death Age: 35
Occupation: Coalminer
Race: White
Marital Status: S
Gender: Male
Father Name: Richard Patterson
Father Birth Place: Scotland
Mother Name: Rachael Pope
Mother Birth Place: Scotland
FHL Film Number: 1544200 
Patterson, John (I2329)
 
1654 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Bertha Fischer
Death Date: 03 Sep 1932
Death Place: Beardstown City, Cass Co., Illinois
Gender: Female
Age: 55
Estimated Birth Year: 1877
Birth Date: 13 Apr 1877
Birthplace: Brown Co., Illinois
Father: Joseph Walker
Father's Birth Place: Kentucky
Mother: Perry
Mother's Birth Place: Brown Co., Illinois
Occupation: Housewife In Own Home
Residence: Beardstown City, Cass Co., Illinois
Spouse: Henry W. Fischer
Burial Date: 06 Sep 1932
Burial Place: Beardstown City, Cass Co., Illinois
Cemetery: Oetgen Cemetery
Digital Folder Number: 4008343
Image Number: 562
Film Number: 1684556
Volume/page/certificate Number: Cn 32575 
Walker, Bertha L (I450)
 
1655 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Elsie May Williams
Death Date: 01 Apr 1934
Death Place: Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois
Gender: Female
Age: 41
Estimated Birth Year: 1893
Father: Alexander Walker
Mother: Sarah Nichols
Spouse: Earl Williams
Digital Folder Number: 4008323
Image Number: 1551
Film Number: 1675314
Volume/page/certificate Number: Cn 15975 
Walker, Elsie May (I651)
 
1656 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Emily Morris Metz
Death Date: 19 Feb 1920
Death Place: Pike Co., Illinois
Age: 80
Estimated Birth Year: 1840
Birth Date: 27 Feb 1839
Birthplace: Illinois
Father: John Morris
Father's Birth Place: Kentucky
Mother: Emily Hughes
Mother's Birth Place: Kentucky
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: Chambersburg, Ill.
Burial Date: 22 Feb 1920
Cemetery: Brown Cemetery
Digital Folder Number: 4008090
Image Number: 1703
Film Number: 1562480
Volume/page/certificate Number: Cn 1 
Morris, Emily (I372)
 
1657 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Mable Crow
Death Date: 01 Apr 1944
Death Place: Decatur, Macon, Illinois
Gender: Female
Age: 63
Estimated Birth Year: 1881
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1881
Birthplace: Versailles, Ill.
Father: Alex Walker
Father's Birth Place: Illinois
Mother: Sarah M. Nichol
Mother's Birth Place: Illinois
Occupation: Housewife
Spouse: Frank Crow
Burial Date: 03 Apr 1944
Burial Place: Jacksonville, Morgan, Ill.
Digital Folder Number: 4160064
Image Number: 123
Film Number: 1983905
Volume/page/certificate Number: 16366 
Walker, Mable (I649)
 
1658 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
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Name: Ray C. Walker
Death Date: 12 May 1938
Death Place: Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 49
Estimated Birth Year: 1889
Birth Date: 09 Nov 1888
Birthplace: Versailles, Ill.
Father: Alexander Walker
Father's Birth Place: Chambersburg, Ill.
Mother: Sarah Nichols
Mother's Birth Place: Alton, Ill.
Occupation: Butcher
Residence: Jacksonville, Morgan, Ill.
Spouse: Daisy Walker
Burial Date: 13 May 1938
Burial Place: Jacksonville, Morgan, Ill.
Digital Folder Number: 4008480
Image Number: 1428
Film Number: 1818800
Volume/page/certificate Number: Cn 19949 
Walker, Ray C (I650)
 
1659 Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920
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Name: Henrietta Hume
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 3 Nov 1850
Marriage Place: Brown, Illinois, USA
Spouse Name: David O Bradbury
Spouse Gender: Male 
Family F1203
 
1660 Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920
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Name: Joseph Hume
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 25 Dec 1854
Marriage Place: Brown, Illinois, USA
Spouse Name: Martha Briggs
Spouse Gender: Female 
Family F803
 
1661 Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920
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Name: Mary Irena Pool
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 14 Dec 1820
Marriage Place: Madison, Illinois, USA
Spouse Name: Hiram Etherington
Spouse Gender: Male 
Family F1336
 
1662 Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920
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Name: William H Pool
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 23 Jul 1830
Marriage Place: Sangamon, Illinois, USA
Spouse Name: Margaret Hazlet
Spouse Gender: Female 
Family F1335
 
1663 Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: Alexander Walker
Bride's Name: Sarah M. Nichols
Marriage Date: 03 Feb 1876
Marriage Place: Versailles, Brown, Illinois
Bride's Father's Name: S. Nichols
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M00780-3
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 2021113 
Family F205
 
1664 Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935
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Groom's Name: Henry F. Schweer
Bride's Name: Anne Virginia Entler
Marriage Date: 25 Oct 1876
Marriage Place: Randolph, Illinois
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M01253-8
System Origin: Illinois-odm
Source Film Number: 975011 
Family F341
 
1665 Illinois, Marriages, 1815-1935
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Name: Benjamin Lee
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth Brush
Event Date: 13 Apr 1856
Event Place: Crawford Co , Illinois
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00861-3
System Origin: Illinois-ODM
GS Film number: 1310115 
Family F250
 
1666 Immigrated to Canada. Baker, Corporal Alexander McLean (I286)
 
1667 Immigration:
Ancestry.com Transcription

Ship: Two Brothers
Captain: Thomas Arnot
From: Rotterdam
By Way of: Portsmouth
Arrival: Philadelphia, 15 Sep 1748
Remarks, Spelling, Occupation, Relations: Küfer, To Berks Co.
Passengers:
Abraham Kieffer
Anna Barbara (Gerhard)
Johann Nicolaus, 13
Maria Elisabetha, 11
Johann Theobald, 9
Maria Appolonia, 7
Abraham, 1 
Family F81
 
1668 Immigration:
Johann Jacob Keffer sailed from Germany to USA in 1767 with cousin Georg Adam Keffer on a ship called 'Sally'. Georg Adam's mother had been a sponsor to the baptism of Johan Jacob. 
Keffer, Johann Jacob (I266)
 
1669 Immigration:
Ship Fabius, Belfast to New York; The Belfast Newsletter, Tuesday, 2 June, 1829
Irish Emigration Database: http://ied.dippam.ac.uk/records/36301

NEW YORK PACKETS.
FROM BELFAST FOR NEW-YORK,
To Sail the 20th June, 1829.
The fast sailing coppered Packet Ship
FABIUS,
ALEXANDER BRITTON, Master,
This fine Vessel arrived yesterday from NEW YORK,
in 21 Days. Her accommodations in both Cabin and
Steerage are very superior, and only a few Passengers
wanting to complete her legal complement.
Goods and Passengers are required to be on
board the 18th.-Apply To
MALCOMSON & BELL,
Donegall-Quay, Belfast.
5 mo. 27, 1829. 
Mulholland, Catherine (I397)
 
1670 Immigration:
Ship Passage: Came over on the ship Sally in the year of 1767, S-H, 1: 714 (6791 ) 'Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America, Vo. II: The Western Palatinate,' by Annette Kunselman Burgert , PA German Society, Birdsboro, 1985, page 215. 
Keffer, Georg Adam (I374)
 
1671 Immigration:
Ship: Brittania
Captain: Master James Peter
From: Rotterdam
Arrival: Philadelphia, 18 Sep 1773
Passengers:
Michael Kieffer

Source: A Collection of upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776; Prof. I. Daniel Rupp, Second Revised Edition, 1876, Philadelphia. 
Family F79
 
1672 Immigration:
The 'Morning Star' arrived 24 Dec 1772 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ludwig Henrich Deisman was aboard and took an oath of allegiance to the province and state of Pennsylvania. 
Deisman, Ludwig Henrich (I704)
 
1673 Immigration:
Ship: Two Brothers
Captain: Thomas Arnot
From: Rotterdam
By Way of: Portsmouth
Arrival: Philadelphia, 15 Sep 1748
Remarks, Spelling, Occupation, Relations: To York Co.
Passengers:
Casper Kieffer, 44
Agnes (Glockner)
Abraham, 20
Maria Barbara
Maria Elisabetha, 13
Johann Ludwig, 11
Maria Margretha, 9
Anna Maria, 6 
Kieffer, Johann Caspar (I215)
 
1674 Immigration: Arrived from Liverpool, England to Londonderry, Ireland, to Quebec Canada on 19 Jul 1884 aboard the 'Peruvian'. The family of Margaret Ann Bentley and her husband John Harling, and their two sons Parker and Harry. Family F590
 
1675 Immigration: Arrived from Liverpool, England to Quebec Canada on 30 Sep 1882 aboard the 'Parisian'. The Bentley family including Mary Ann Cavert (Wife of Matthew Bentley), Agnes Swift (Wife of William Bentley), John Bentley, and future wife Jane Cockshire, Emma Bentley, Eliza Bentley, Herbert Bentley (Children of Mary Ann Calvert and Matthew Bentley) and Hannah 'Annie' Bentley (Daughter of Agnes Swift and William Bentley). Family F615
 
1676 Immigration: Circa 1800. Indsley, Soloman (I253)
 
1677 Immigration: He came to North America in 1844. Fuhrmann, Johann Jakob (I299)
 
1678 Immigration: In 1806 the family immigrated from Berlin, Somerset, Pennsylvania, United States of America to Vaughan, York, Ontario, Canada. Family F92
 
1679 Immigration: March 29, 1920 arrival in Canada. Came in through St. John New Brunswick on the 'Sicilian'. Port of departure was London, England. Destination Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Hamblin, John William (I100)
 
1680 Immigration: Noted as having immigrated to Canada in 1882 on the 1901 Canadian Census. Nickle, Andrew Junior (I1891)
 
1681 Immigration: Sailed aboard the 'Martha' in 1885 from Stettin, Germany which is now known as Szczecin, Poland. Arrived 23 Oct in New York. Hauer, Johanna (I327)
 
1682 Immigration: The Winthrop Fleet of 1630 - Ancestry.com

In 1630 The Winthrop Fleet brought eleven ships in 'the Great Emigration' of that year. Arabella was the Flagship, followed by Ambrose, William and Francis, Talbot, Hopewell, Jewel, Whale, Charles, Success, Mayflower and Trial.
The first five ships sailed 8 Apr from Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, and arrived at Salem on and around the 13 Jun. The other half of the fleet sailed in May and arrived in July at various dates. Altogether they brought about seven hundred passengers including Richard Gridley of Groton, Suffolk headed to Boston. His wife Mrs. Grace Gridley and son Joseph Gridley.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winthrop_Fleet 
Family F431
 
1683 Immigration: Went to Pembrooke, New Hampshire on 27 Sep 1922. Howard, Maud Matetia (I1594)
 
1684 Immigration: 1844, Adams County, Indiana, United States of America. Fuhrmann, Johannes (I300)
 
1685 Immigration: 1901 Canadian Census records list her immigration year as 1858. O'Neill, Alice (I27)
 
1686 Immigration: According to the book 'Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666' published in 1912 by George Cabell Greer, immigrant 'Henry New' arrived in 1655 to Lancaster County, Virginia with a list of others sponsored by the same Margaret Brent. The listing of immigrants for 1655 is as follows:

Thomas Allin
Richard Cherry
Edward Cooke
William Cooper
Richard Good
Francis Grensly
James Hamilton
John Hutcheson
Henry Jones
Sarah Lemon
John Martin
John Mayne
James Miller
HenrNew
Walter Oliver
John Underhill
Mary Wagstaff
Giles Wright 
Newby, Henry II (I2458)
 
1687 Immigration: Arrived from Liverpool, England to Londonderry, Ireland, to Quebec Canada on 19 Jul 1884 aboard the 'Peruvian'. The Family of John Thomas Hardcastle then included wife Elizabeth Bentley, and children Matthew and Polly. Family F621
 
1688 Immigration: Arrived from Liverpool, England to Londonderry, Ireland, to Quebec Canada on 6 Jul 1885 aboard the 'Sardinian'. The Family of Stephen Bentley then included wife Selina Young, and daughters Alice, Rose, Mary Ann and Emma. Family F574
 
1689 Immigration: Arrived from Liverpool, England to Quebec Canada on 30 Sep 1882 aboard the 'Parisian'. The Bentley family including Mary Ann Cavert (Wife of Matthew Bentley), Agnes Swift (Wife of William Bentley), John Bentley, and future wife Jane Cockshire, Emma Bentley, Eliza Bentley, Herbert Bentley (Children of Mary Ann Calvert and Matthew Bentley) and Hannah 'Annie' Bentley (Daughter of Agnes Swift and William Bentley). Family F584
 
1690 Immigration: Came aboard the ship, the 'Royal Edward' departing from Avonmouth, England and arriving in Quebec, Canada on 10 May 1911. Included in the family were Martha Jones Hitchcock and her children Annie Elizabeth, James Frederick Bart, Hannah May, Ethel Maud, Ernest Arthur, Edward Benjamin, and Martha Beatrice. Hedgecoe, Arthur Ernest Senior (I4)
 
1691 Immigration: Date of arrival according to the 1901 Canadian Census was 1885. Armstrong, Mary Ann (I1352)
 
1692 Immigration: From the book: Passenger arrivals at the Port of New York, 1820-1829: from customs passenger lists by Elizabeth Petty Bentley. Page 926

Confirmed Passenger:
Ship: Fabius
Captain: Master Alexander Britton
From: Belfast
Arrival: New York, 31 Jul 1829
Passenger: Catherine Mulholland, 24 year old Spinster 
Mulholland, Catherine (I397)
 
1693 Immigration: John Thomas Hitchcock and son Alec arrived 18 Aug 1910 aboard the 'Corsican' departing from Liverpool, England and arriving in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The rest of the family crossed in 1911, with exception of daughter Charlotte Emma Hitchcock Rowlands and son Thomas Henry 'Harry' Hitchcock who remained in England.
The rest of the Hitchcock family came aboard the ship 'The Royal Edward' departing from Avonmouth, England and arriving in Quebec, Canada on 10 May 1911. Included in the family were Martha Jones Hitchcock and her children Annie Elizabeth, James Frederick Bart, Hannah May, Ethel Maud, Ernest Arthur, Edward Benjamin, and Martha Beatrice. 
Family F746
 
1694 Immigration: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Ancestry.com

Name: Samuel Thompson
Year: 1749
Place: Virginia
Source Publication Code: 1229.10
Primary Immigrant: Thompson, Samuel
Annotation: Date and port of arrival or date of conviction for transport and port of arrival. Date and place of felon runaways are also provided. Name of ship and other genealogical and historical information may also be provided.

Source Bibliography: COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Kings Passengers to Maryland and Virginia. Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997. 450p.
Page: 119 
Thompson, Samuel (I2437)
 
1695 Immigration: The 1901 Canadian Census records Patrick's immigration year as 1850. Mullin, Patrick (I187)
 
1696 Immigration: US arrival around 1888 and naturalized around 1895. Nodulski, Bernard Franklin (I165)
 
1697 In 1649 Abraham was charged with having a relationship, or raping a 15 year old girl who had been accused of theft. Abraham served jail time for his crime, and the girl's fate is undecided. She is either hung, or alternately pardoned by historians. Martin dit l'Ecossais, Abraham (I2644)
 
1698 In 1991 Thomas Davidson Baker was honoured with the naming of a middle school in Edmonton after him.
T.D. Baker School:
http://tdbaker.epsb.ca/school-info/63-drtdbaker  
Baker, Doctor Thomas Davidson (I230)
 
1699 In a likely 1851 census match, Margaret states she is from Clee Hills, Ludlow, Shropshire, England. There is approximately 3.8 kilometers between the two locations, with Clee Hills being the more established and populated area. In the 1841 census Margaret's family is in the Registration district of Ludlow, and the Sub-registration district of Cainham.
Margaret states her year of birth between 1829-1839. 
Edwards, Margaret (I2069)
 
1700 In his 1922 travel document, Joseph declares his final destination as Saint Michael's Seminary and in the 1930 US Census he is counted among the students at Mount Saint Michael's College in Spokane, Washington. Cloran, Joseph Brend (I216)
 
1701 In Saint Michel Church Cemetery in Vaudreuil, Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Monteregie, Quebec, Canada, under the family headstone of Victor LaLonde it cites Malvina LaLonde as the first wife of Victor and after his death, the wife of J. R. Leroux. Family F471
 
1702 In Section 6 : Alonzo Ferdinand, Elizabeth Given, Jessie, Edwin Alvin, Ella Martha, Mary, Grace, William, and Clarence. Given, Elizabeth F (I215)
 
1703 In Section 6 : Alonzo Ferdinand, Elizabeth Given, Jessie, Edwin Alvin, Ella Martha, Mary, Grace, William, and Clarence. Dicks, Alonzo Ferdinand (I227)
 
1704 In the 1851 Canadian Census Joseph Octave Canuel (24 years of age) is noted as a farmer with three young children: Caroline, Pierre and Hippolyte, later known as Polite. We estimate that Joseph Octave married around 1848, and that his wife died after the birth of Hippolyte, which was about 1851-1852 (The 1851 Census wasn't taken until 1852 but she is not on it). In all subsequent records and census the children are noted as the children of Modeste Dube and Jules Canuel, while brother Joseph Octave is not found on record again. Supposition that Joseph Octave and his wife died, and Modeste and Jules raised their children as their own. Family F215
 
1705 In the 1851 Canadian Census Joseph Octave Canuel (24 years of age, brother to Jules Canuel) is noted as a farmer with three young children: Caroline, Pierre and Hippolyte, later known as Polite. We estimate that Joseph Octave married around 1848, and that his wife died after the birth of Hippolyte, which was about 1851-1852 (The 1851 Census wasn't taken until 1852 but she is not on it). In all subsequent records and census the children are noted as the children of Modeste Dube and Jules Canuel, while brother Joseph Octave is not found on record again. Supposition that Joseph Octave and his wife died, and Modeste and Jules raised their children as their own. Family F205
 
1706 In the 1851 English Census Francis has been widowed and returns to live with his parents. Bentley, Francis (I1710)
 
1707 In the 1920 Census Alvin C Morris is listed as living in Colorado with his son Roy and his wife Eva. At that point Alvin C Morris had been blind for 8 years, making his original loss of sight around 50 years of age in 1912. Morris, Alvin Carrie (I266)
 
1708 In the book 'The Parish Register of Burnsall -in- Craven' by W.J. Starvert, M.A published in 1915 and digitized in 2008 there is record that the Baptism of John, son of Charles Bentley, Labourer from Woodhouse. The event occurred on 15 Jun 1740, performed by Mr. Knowles.

Website:
https://archive.org/details/parishregisterof03burn
 
Bentley, John (I1757)
 
1709 In the book 'The Parish Register of Burnsall -in- Craven' by W.J. Starvert, M.A published in 1915 and digitized in 2008 there is record that the Marriage bans were published on 11 and 18 and 25 of Feb 1759 for Chambers Bentley and Elizabeth Winder. The bans were read in Burnsall, Craven, North Yorkshire, England, and the couple was married in Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, England. Cited on page 30.

Website:
https://archive.org/details/parishregisterof03burn 
Family F659
 
1710 In the Chicken Coop: Allred
https://www.inthechickencoop.us/trees/allred/ 
Family F1301
 
1711 In the Will of William Pool (Junior, or II, as his father was also named William Pool) dated 26 Sep 1763 his wife was noted as Sarah, and he had sons John, Stephen (Recorded Steven but was most likely spelled Stephen like the parish where they lived in Johnston County, North Carolina), Samuel and daughters Winnifred and Penelope (Mispelled Penelopy).
Witnesses were William Bryan and John Smith.
Executors were Sarah Pool (The widowed wife of William). Needham Bryan, and Nathan Williams. 
Family F130
 
1712 In the Will of William Pool (Junior, or II, as his father was also named William Pool) dated 26 Sep 1763 his wife was noted as Sarah, and he had sons John, Stephen (Recorded Steven but was most likely spelled Stephen like the parish where they lived in Johnston County, North Carolina), Samuel and daughters Winnifred and Penelope (Mispelled Penelopy).
Witnesses were William Bryan and John Smith.
Executors were Sarah Pool (The widowed wife of William). Needham Bryan, and Nathan Williams. 
Pool, William II (I2615)
 
1713 Indian Census Roll records indicate that Edith Mae was adopted, her surname was 'Cliff'. Family F887
 
1714 Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920
Ancestry.com
Name: Alley J. Bitts
Date: 18 Feb 1913
Location: Evansville
Age: 71 Yr
Gender: Female
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Evansville
Source notes: The source of this record is the book CH-4E on page 192 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration. 
Barnett, Ally Jane (I2454)
 
1715 Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
Ancestry.com
Name: Celia J Barnett
Spouse Name: Vernon Simmatt
Marriage Date: 4 Nov 1908
Marriage County: Warrick
Birth Date: 19 Jan 1888
Age: 20 
Family F927
 
1716 Indiana Marriages, 1811-1959
FamilySearch.org

Groom: Jack E Moore
Groom's Race: White
Groom's Date Of Birth: 13 Dec 1896
Groom's Place Of Birth: , , Tennessee
Groom's Residence: Louis, , Kentucky
Groom's Number Of Marriage: 2nd
Groom's Father: Charles Moore
Groom's Mother: Lula Stone
Bride: Florine H Walker
Bride's Race: White
Bride's Date Of Birth: 18 Feb 1900
Bride's Place Of Birth: , , Arkansas
Bride's Residence: Memphis, , Indiana
Bride's Number Of Marriage: 1st
Bride's Father: Frank Hukill
Bride's Mother: Leona Bradford
Date Of License: 09 Sep 1939
County Of License: Clark
Date Of Marriage: 09 Sep 1939
Place Of Marriage: Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana
Film Number: 2312585
Digital Folder Number: 4476473
Image Number: 00747
Number Of Images: 1 
Family F707
 
1717 Indiana, Compiled Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com
Name: David Barnett
Spouse: Celia Greer
Marriage Date: 8 Oct 1835
Marriage County: Warrick 
Family F677
 
1718 Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941
Ancestry.com
Name: Alley J Taylor
Spouse Name: George W Bitts
Marriage Date: 23 Jun 1906
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1842
Age: 64 
Family F923
 
1719 Informant on Death Record was brother Buford Styers. Styers, Clyde Young (I2059)
 
1720 Informant on his Death Record was Pearl Martin Styers. Styers, Buford A (I2060)
 
1721 Information contributed to FamilySearch.org from Donna Thibodeaux.
https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/LC6G-YZC

Jacob lived at Renssealer's Manor (20 miles from Albany, NY). He had l00 acres for which he paid l/10 of profits instead of leasing. He cleared land, built frame house, a barn and a potash works. He stayed on the farm until 1778 although subject to fines and imprisonment. His schedule of losses included 100 pounds in fines "for taking up arms against the Americans" and 40 pound "to recover the liberty of his Sons".

In 1778 he left the farm and joined Butler's Rangers.
He was commissioned a lieutenant,(he was under Capt. Peter TenBroeck as of 30 Nov 1783 in the 1783 census of Niagara, [Ontario Register Vol 1, #4, 1968]) and although he served throughout the war, he did not receive half pay at the Peace. In 1784 his wife and son were asked to leave the farm with one month by Nicholas Marschs, a relation of Stephen Van Rennselaer. Ball's stock was plundered in 1780.
If it had not been for Colonel Butler and his Rangers, Canada might have been part of the new United States of America. Fort Niagara, on the east side of the Niagara River, was held by the British and served as a rendez-vous for Loyalists civilians and Rangers alike. From that point, they eventually crossed the river to Niagara, then known as Butlersburg.
Before 1776 Niagara Township had been settled by a very few white men and numerous Mississauga Indians; but in the next four years many UEL crossed the river on rafts made from their wagons. They removed the wheels, caulked the floorboards and slid them into the river, thus transporting the wheels, families and what possessions they still had to the west side, called Upper Canada. Some, who had been aristocrats before the war, became poor, hard-working pioneers here. Their journey from their homes in the Mohawk Valley to Fort Niagara was hazardous, not only because of the treat of rebels ready to kill them as traitors, but also because of unfriendly Indians. Before 1776, Niagara Township had been settled by a very few white men and numerous Mississauga Indians; but in the next four years many United Empire Loyalists crossed the river on rafts. Land was acquired from the Mississaugas by the Crown and allotted to the UEL's. Jacob was given 1,000 acres at Niagara.

On August 24th, 1782, Colonel Butler took the first census of the settlement at Butlersburg (Niagara). There were sixteen families, eighty-four persons, forty-nine horses, sixty cattle and thierty=seven acres cleared. Captain Jacob Ball and three of his sons, Peter, Johm, and Jacob Jr. resided here from the fall of 1783 His wife, Mary Elizabeth, and their son George, and 'other females of the family' arrived in 1784.

Both Jacob Sr. and Mary Elizabeth, as well as the eldest children, spoke German fluently, besides English. They built a large home, seventy feet in length, on their Niagara property, which housed Captain Ball's large family. Jacob Sr. was Justice of the Peace in Newark (Niagara) in 1795.

Jacob was given about 1000 acres at Niagara -by the Crown.
During the war of 1812 Locust Grove was devastated. On May 27, 1813, the American forces invaded and captured Niagara, and one of the engagements was fought on Ball's field, with the ladies looking on from the windows of the house. The house, stables and barns of both Jacob and Peter Ball were completely destroyed. Also, a quantity of valuables which had been sent there for safe-keeping was lost. Loses included also the potash works valued at 700 pounds, fifteen horses, thirty head of cattle, and thirty hogs, besides the farm utensils. Mrs. Ball fled on foot to Thorold carrying a child and a small bundle of food and clothes.
After the war, claimed 946 pound sterling from the US for losses etc. He received 452 pounds sterling. Butler's Rangers were disbanded in 1784.

Jacob helped establish the Niagara Library along with John Young, John Willson and many more.
(Bio. Sketches of Loyalists of American Revolution by Palmer)

In 1795 in the district of Nassau (Niagara), Jacob was a Justice of the Common Pleas (Justice of Peace). (History of Niagara by Janet Carnochan)

From "The Ball Family of Niagara, U.E.L." ---------
Jacob's wife and son, during the revolution, were bound by a Bond of 200 pounds to quit the premises (Renssealers's Manor) by June 1784. The lands he had in Schoharie "was some he had from his elder brother who is now in possession."
Jacob Ball Sr. went on to state that in Niagara he had 200 acres on the 4 mile and 3 mile creeks, Newark (Niagara), also 600 acres in Grantham and in 1787 was praying for the 1200 acres remaining due him. He had a wife and 6 children. He was granted land in Grimsby Twp., Caistor Twp. and probably in other Twps. He and his wife Maria Elizabeth Mann lie buried at their Niagara Farm "Locust Grove"

The land in Grantham was in concession X, -- lotss 6, 7, 10, ll, 14, 15.
Other lands were: Thorold Twp. lot 3 = 100 acres
1802 Caistor twp. lot 9 con 7 also lot 11,20,21
Caistor Twp. lot 15 con 7
1797 Niagara Twp. lot 335 & 333 and 862 acres.
inherited Grantham Twp lot 6, 7, 20, 11 con X April 1809

He witnessed the baptism of Maria Frolich in 1777 at Reformed Church, Town of Berne, Albany, NY. He began military service on 4 Aug 1779. He lived circa 1782. He emigrated in 1782. He began military service after 1782 . He appeared on teh census of 30 Nov 1783 at Niagara, Ontario, Canada with a wife and four children.

Jacob Ball "the younger"(Jr. m. to Madalene Zelloner), on 18 Mar 1802 granted land in lot 6, Thorold Twp for the use "of burying ground and for Church or Chapel of Lutheran and Presbyterian persuasion...". The church built was the German Church with St.
Peter's Anglican Church built close by.
The first burial in Lakeview cemetery was in 1886, and in 1926 many graves were transferred from St. Peters graveyard to Lakeview when the old ground was partially flooded for the Welland Canal. Jacob Ball lived on lot 6 and his son Henry C. Ball is said to have given the land and stone for St. Peter's Church. Henry C. Ball also built the first school house in Thorold in 1799 or 1820, of stone; the first teacher was Mr. Rattray.

By 1900, seven hundred and fifty acres of the original one thousand acres was still in possession of the Ball family. Now the land has been sold and the family burial plot moved to St. Mark's Cemetery in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

It is believed that the Ball family of Niagara District is connected with that of Mary Ball, mother of George Washington. Family legend records that the Bahl or Ball family were from Holland and in time emigrated to Germany. Two brothers started for American, but one remained in England on the way. It is from the brother that stayed in England that the English Ball family descend and the ancestors of George Washington stem (Colonel Wm. Ball emigrated to Virginia and had a son, Joseph, who was born 1630., Joseph's widow and his daughter, Mary returned to Barkham after his death and, while visiting Cheshire, mary met and married Augustine Washington I and become the mother of the first resident."). The other brother proceeded to his first destination and settled about Penn. He is the redecessor to the U.E. L. Balls.

Johannes Ball's widow first noted on the Hunter Lists as Anna Catherine Ballin on 30 Jun 1710 with 3 persons over 10 years and 1 under 10. Her last entry ws 25 Mar 1711 with 4 over 10 years in the family.

From the Grimsby Historical Society:
"The Family of Ball (Bahl) emigrated from Heidelbert, Germany, to Blofield, Norfolk, England. In the year 1690, during the reign ofWilliam and Mary, some of the members of the family came to America, purchased land in the Mohawk Valley and settled thereon. At the time of the Revolutionary War this family remained loyal to the British crown and Jacob, the father, with his sons Peter, Jacob and John, came to Canada in 1782 and engaged in the war, joining Butler's and the Queen's Rangers. Captain Jacob Ball was followed to Canada by the greater part of his company/ George, another son, came with the other members of the family to Niagara in 1784. The Ball home stands on the bank of The Twenty near the historic beauty spot known as "Ball's Falls," The house and mills were built on the escarpment above Jordan village in Louth Twp., by George Ball, and during the War of 1812 British soldiers were stationed there to protect the mills, which supplied flour to our troops. The home was remained in the possession of this family, the present owner being Mr. C.M. Ball. "

(NOTE: The home has since been turned over to the Parks division and made into a historical landmark) While most of the family settled at Niagara and should rightly be recorded in the annals of that township, Jacob Ball, Sr., Peter, and George Ball were granted lands in Grimsby township. Peter, probably as an officer, held 1200 acres -- Lots 24 to 29 in Concessions VII and IX. In the voter's lists of 1812 George Ball is listed as being on Lot 3 Conc., VI, Grimsby. Therefore, as two of Jacob Bal's daughters married William and Abraham Nelles of Grimsby and lived here many years, we include in our annals of the Forty, the names of Jacob Ball's family."

Source:
The Palatine Families of NY by Henry Z. Jones Jr IGI
St. Pauls Lutheran Church, West Camp, NY 1708-1840 pp 127
Grimsby Historical Society No. 1 "Annals of the Forty 1784 - 1818 " Published by the Grimsby Historical Socity 1950
Source: Bio Sketches of Loyalists of American Revolution by Palmer
History of Niagara
The Ball Family of Niagara U.E.L.
Annals of the Forty
Ancestral Tree by Anne Marie Brennan Regehr
The Loyalists in Ontario by Reid
The St. Catharines Standard 29 Nov 1986 pp15 col.3 
Family F99
 
1722 Information contributed to FamilySearch.org from Donna Thibodeaux.
https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/LH8H-H23

On June 19, 1813 he was taken prisoner by the US forces that invaded Niagara and walked 350 miles from Albany (the fort)to Batavia, Canandaigria, Geneva and Utica, NY in 57 days. He was granted 500 acres of which 200 were in right of his wife, being a daughter of a UEL. He inherited land in Caistor and Grantham from his father. He lived on a parcel of 150 acres in Thorold.

There is a receipt among the Ball family papers which reads as follows:
"Received, Pittsfield, Oct 15, 1813, from US of A. by Jas. Prince, Marshal of the District of Mass., 10 dollars on account of my subsistence as a prisoner of war to the US on Parvle, agreeably to the Cartel for the exchange of P.of W., established on the 12th day of May, 1813, for which I have signed duplicates.
Jacob Ball (signature)

In 1795 he prayed (asked) for family lands, having 5 children and was granted 500 acres of which 200 were in right of his wife, the daughter of a U.E.L. He also had lots in the town of Niagara #335 & 333, and in Caistor Twp. Con 6, lot 10, and Con 7, lot 11,20, & 21, and possibly lands elsewhere. He inherited from his father Grantham Twp con X lots 6,7,10,ll, in April 1809. In 1796 he had lots 3, 6 and 7 in Thorold Township.

Jacob "the younger", on the 18th day of March 1802 granted land in lot 6, and 7 Thorold Twp for the use of " burying ground and for church or chapel of Lutheran and Presbyterian persuasion..." The church built was the German Church with St. Peter's Anglican Church built close by. ( In the Township of Thorold 1793-1967 ch. 3 - Land Abstracts, it states that lot 6 and 7 were registered to Jacob Ball Jr in 1796 and consisted of 200 acres. In 1802 six acres of lot 6 were sold to trustees Peter Lampman, George Huttaand, and Robert E. Burns of the Lutheran Presbyterian Church, on which was located a manse, a school a Church and a cemetery) The first burial in Lakeview cemetery was in 1886, and in 1926 many graves were transferred from St. Peters graveyard to Lakeview when the old ground was partially flooded for the Welland Canal. Jacob Ball lived on lot 6, and h is son Henry C. Ball is said to have given the land and stone for St. Peter's Church. Henry C. also built the first school house in Thorold in 1799 or 1820, of stone;, the first teacher was Mr. Rattray.
(From the Scrapbook of Miss G. Ball, and Mr. Charles Ball, Grantham and the ..... & Empire (Toronto) Monday, Feb 6, 1828)

Source: The Ball Family of Niagara U.E.L.
The Loyalists in Ontario
Inscriptions and Graves in Niagara Peninsula by Janet Carnochan p.24 (bodies removed from these graves when property was sold are now in the Victoria Lawn Cemetery in St. Catharines, Ontario)
Research by Dr. Jos. L. Druse, 667 Virginia Ave, E. Lansing, MI48823 
Family F97
 
1723 Information from Margaret Orr's death and census records indicates she came to Canada at the age of nine, presumably with her fathers family. Her records indicate she was of Irish decent, but a possible shipping record for her father John suggests they might be Scottish or at least have immigrated from a Scottish port.

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Ancestry.com

Name: John Orr
Year: 1841
Place: Ontario, Canada
Source Publication Code: 9758.1
Primary Immigrant: Orr, John
Annotation: Date and port of arrival. Name of ship, place of origin, place of destination, date of birth and death, parentage, occupation, and other historical and family data may also be provided.
Source Bibliography: WHYTE, DONALD. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada before Confederation. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society. Volume 2, 1995. 435p.
Page: 311 
Orr, John (I133)
 
1724 Information on her death certificate was provided by her son, Elisha Lane. Barnett, Elvira Jane (I1899)
 
1725 Information on this line generously contributed from Jill Hurley (Member Number 47127845) and Karen Wilburn (Member Number 48863582).

Originally we'd confused Bridget Josephine Veasie McKenna (I2995) as the daughter of Bridget McCusker and Patrick McKenna (F1154). Because John McKenna (I3000) is still a McKenna from Rhode Island, we've left this branch in the tree until we determine their relationship. 
Family F1156
 
1726 Information provided by Michael Coyne Jr. corrects his date of birth from 1891 to 1885. Coyne, William Patrick (I899)
 
1727 Information provided by Patricia, FindAGrave Member 47479519. From the book 'Portrait and Biographical Album of Sedgwick County, Kansas' written by the Chapman brothers in 1888.
https://books.google.ca/books?id=SPs0AQAAMAAJ&dq 
Family F1410
 
1728 Inscription on his Grave according to the New England Genealogical Register, Volume 7.

'Memento te esse mortalem.
C ye 2d.
Fugit hora.

Here lyes the body of Capt. Jonathan Poole, who deceased in the 44th year of his age, 1678.

Friends sure would prove too far unkind,
If, out of sight, they leave him out of mind;
And now he lyes transform'd to native dust,
In earth's cold womb as other mortals must,
It's strange his matchless worth, entomb'd should lye,
Or that his fame should in oblivion dye.'
 
Poole, Captain Jonathan (I2637)
 
1729 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5554926 
Baker, Corporal Alexander McLean (I286)
 
1730 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5573362 
Bentley, Douglas Calvert (I1683)
 
1731 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5573371 
Bentley, Private Francis Joseph (I1649)
 
1732 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5573374 
Bentley, Frank Harvey Harry (I1679)
 
1733 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5573393 
Bentley, George William (I1682)
 
1734 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5573426 
Bentley, John Andrew (I1680)
 
1735 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5573427 
Bentley, Private John Arthur (I1499)
 
1736 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5583196 
Blincoe, Private William Henry (I1768)
 
1737 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5617201 
McDiarmaid, Captain Benjamin (I239)
 
1738 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5617213 
McDiarmaid, Lieutenant Colin (I242)
 
1739 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5617230 
McDiarmaid, Private Duncan David (I240)
 
1740 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5619011 
McDiarmaid, Private James (I238)
 
1741 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5759557 
Trihey, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Judah (I250)
 
1742 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5912250 
Hall, Thomas Franklin (I1805)
 
1743 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5960659 
Keffer, Private Ernest Ralph (I449)
 
1744 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5960660 
Keffer, Private Franklin Mager (I453)
 
1745 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5960662 
Keffer, Private Roland Griffeth (I149)
 
1746 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5960663 
Keffer, Lieutenant Roy (I593)
 
1747 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5971897 
Keffer, Doctor Thomas Dixon (I608)
 
1748 International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/6037987 
Nickle, Private James IV (I1927)
 
1749 Iowa Cemetery Records
Ancestry.com

Name: Eli V. Morgan
Death Date: 16 Jan 1904
Page #: 162
Birth Date: 1827
Cemetery: Wichita
Town: Guthrie
Comment: hus of: Elizabeth G.
Relative: 77
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Morgan, Eli Vincent (I113)
 
1750 Iowa Cemetery Records
Ancestry.com

Name: Elizabeth G. Morgan
Death Date: 22 Aug 1914
Page #: 162
Birth Date: 18 Nov 1834
Cemetery: Union
Town: Guthrie
Comment: wif of: Eli V.
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Berry, Elizabeth Given (I68)
 
1751 Iowa Cemetery Records
Ancestry.com

Name: James Oscar Morgan
Death Date: 11 Dec 1937
Page #: 162
Birth Date: 9 Mar 1862
Cemetery: Union
Town: Guthrie
Comment: son of: Ely; son of: Elizabeth; hus of: Mary E.
Relative: 75
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Morgan, James Oscar (I118)
 
1752 Iowa Cemetery Records
Ancestry.com

Name: John Sylvester Morgan
Death Date: 26 Mar 1937
Page #: 162
Birth Date: 12 Feb 1858
Cemetery: Union
Town: Guthrie
Comment: son of: Eli; son of: Elizabeth; hus of: Mary C.
Relative: 79
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Morgan, John Sylvester (I116)
 
1753 Iowa Cemetery Records
Ancestry.com

Name: Jude Bradford Tallman
Death Date: 28 Feb 1932
Page #: 231
Birth Date: 23 Jul 1851
Cemetery: 80
Town: Guthrie
Comment: 1st wif: Maggie; 2nd wif: Mary A.; son of: Diocleason; son of: Elizabeth
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Tallman, Jude Bradford (I194)
 
1754 Iowa Cemetery Records
Ancestry.com

Name: Lucian Franklin Morgan
Death Date: 2 Jun 1932
Page #: 162
Birth Date: 30 Jun 1863
Cemetery: Highland
Town: Guthrie
Comment: hus of: Clara; son of: Eli; son of: Elizabeth
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Morgan, Lucian Franklin (I119)
 
1755 Iowa Cemetery Records about William A. Lupardus

Name: William A. Lupardus
Death Date: 26 Feb 1929
Page #: 136A
Birth Date: 18 May 1852
Cemetery: Highland
Town: Guthrie
Comment: hus of: Elizabeth
Relative: 76
Level Info: Tombstone Records of Guthrie County, Iowa 
Lupardus, William Alexander (I148)
 
1756 Iowa County Marriages, 1838-1934
FamilySearch.org

Name: Dow Walker
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 24 Jan 1924
Event Place: Mahaska, Iowa
Father: J H Walker
Mother: Mary Stiff
Spouse: Lois Bacon
Spouse's Father: Frank Bacon
Spouse's Mother: Mary Isles
Film Number: 1787319
Digital Folder Number: 004266898
Image Number: 00499 
Family F160
 
1757 Iowa Deaths and Burials, 1850-1990
FamilySearch.org

Name: Henry Edward Morris
Gender: Male
Burial Date: 26 Mar 1924
Death Date: 24 Mar 1924
Death Place: Monona, Franklin, Onawa
Age: 48
Birth Date: 30 Mar 1875
Birthplace: Pipe Co., Ill (should Be 'pike')
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Mrs. E. Morris
Father's Name: W. W. Morris
Father's Birthplace: Iowa
Mother's Name: Mary F. Metrey
Mother's Birthplace: Ill.
Indexing Project (batch) Number: B75196-0
System Origin: Iowa-easy
Source Film Number: 1443720 
Morris, Henry Edward (I315)
 
1758 Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Charley A. Daugherty
Groom's Birth Date: 1899
Groom's Birthplace: Rockford, Ill.
Groom's Age: 24
Bride's Name: Gladys A. Morris
Bride's Birth Date: 1905
Bride's Birthplace: Adrian, Missouri
Bride's Age: 18
Marriage Date: 15 Apr 1923
Marriage Place: Onawa, Monona County, Iowa
Groom's Father's Name: T.f. Daugherty
Groom's Mother's Name: Carry Vogal
Bride's Father's Name: H.e. Morris
Bride's Mother's Name: Daisy Miller
Groom's Race: White
Groom's Marital Status: Single
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race: White
Bride's Marital Status: Single
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M02599-9
System Origin: Iowa-easy
Source Film Number: 1436153
Reference Number: P202 
Family F106
 
1759 Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Orvill Morris
Groom's Birthplace: Kansas
Bride's Name: Edna Briley
Bride's Birth Date: 1908
Bride's Birthplace: Monona Co.
Bride's Age: 17
Marriage Date: 16 Sep 1925
Marriage Place: Onawa, Monona County, Iowa
Groom's Father's Name: Edward Morris (deceased)
Groom's Mother's Name: Daisy Miller
Bride's Father's Name: Edward Briley
Bride's Mother's Name: Ida Marion Belt
Groom's Race: White
Groom's Marital Status:
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race: White
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M75182-7
System Origin: Iowa-vr
Source Film Number: 1436153
Reference Number: 2:3lnshm7 
Family F107
 
1760 Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Robert Morris
Groom's Birthplace: Bubs Co., Mo.
Bride's Name: Gladys Daugherty
Bride's Birth Date: 1901
Bride's Birthplace: Rockford, Ill.
Bride's Age: 25
Marriage Date: 16 Oct 1926
Marriage Place: Onawa, Monona County, Iowa
Groom's Father's Name: Henry Edward Morris
Groom's Mother's Name: Daisy Miller
Bride's Father's Name: Thomas F. Daugherty
Bride's Mother's Name: Carey Voegel
Groom's Race: White
Bride's Race: White
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M75182-7
System Origin: Iowa-vr
Source Film Number: 1436153
Reference Number: 2:3lnsp1j 
Family F102
 
1761 Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: Eli Vincent Morgan
Spouse: Elizabeth G. Berry
Marriage Date: 4 Dec 1856
County: Lee
State: IA 
Family F37
 
1762 Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: J. O. Morgan
Spouse: Mary E. King
Marriage Date: 17 Oct 1885
County: Guthrie
State: IA 
Family F46
 
1763 Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: Jefferson Morgan
Spouse: Rosa Johnson
Marriage Date: 27 Dec 1894
County: Guthrie
State: IA 
Family F56
 
1764 Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: John S. Morgan
Spouse: Mary E. Betts
Marriage Date: 20 Oct 1883
County: Guthrie
State: IA 
Family F39
 
1765 Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: William A. Morgan
Spouse: Annie M. Lupardus
Marriage Date: 8 Feb 1894
County: Guthrie
State: IA 
Family F41
 
1766 Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com
Name: Edgar E. Morgan
Spouse: Ida Jenkins
Marriage Date: 2 Sep 1894
County: Guthrie
State: IA 
Family F55
 
1767 Iowa, Births and Christenings Index, 1857-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Edward Berl Arner
Birth Date: 23 Sep 1924
Birth Place: Belvidere Twp, Monona, Iowa
Gender: Male
Christening Place: Monona, Iowa
Father's Name: Calvin A Arner
Mother's name: Erma C Morris
FHL Film Number: 1443704 
Arner, Edward Berl (I337)
 
1768 Iowa, Births and Christenings Index, 1857-1947
Ancestry.com

Name: Ward E Morgan
Birth Date: 6 Aug 1896
Birth Place: Guthrie County, Iowa
Father's Name: Wm A Morgan
Mother's Name: Millie Lupardus
FHL Film Number: 1035091 
Morgan, Ward Estal (I139)
 
1769 Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934
FamilySearch.org

Name: John H. Berry
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 21 Oct 1863
Event Place: Henry, Iowa, United States
Spouse's Name: Mary Margaret Dean
GS Film Number: 965926 , Digital Folder Number: 004309546 
Family F22
 
1770 Iowa, Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: J B Tallman
Gender: Male
Spouse: Maggie Sheets
Marriage Date: 22 Aug 1874
County: Guthrie
State: Iowa 
Family F61
 
1771 Iowa, Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: J B Tallman
Gender: Male
Spouse: Mary A Berry
Marriage Date: 12 Mar 1878
County: Guthrie
State: Iowa 
Family F60
 
1772 Iowa, Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: John D Secor
Gender: Male
Spouse: Lola M Morgan
Marriage Date: 17 Jan 1884
County: Guthrie
State: Iowa 
Family F54
 
1773 Iowa, Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: Pauline Given
Gender: Female
Spouse: Albert W Swarm
Marriage Date: 1 Oct 1872
County: Polk
State: Iowa 
Family F68
 
1774 Ireland Births and Baptisms
FamilySearch.org
Name: Henry Montague
Gender: Male
Christening Place: 888, Seskinane, Wat, Ire
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1871
Birthplace: Seskinane, Wat, Ire
Father's Name: Charles Edward Seymour
Mother's Name: Sophia Eleanor Browne 
Seymour, Henry Montague (I1270)
 
1775 Ireland Civil Registration Indexes
FamilySearch.org
Name: Charles Edward Seymour
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 1870
Event Place: Clogheen, Ireland
Registration Quarter and Year: 1870
Registration District: Clogheen
Volume Number: 9 
Family F827
 
1776 Ireland Civil Registration Indexes
FamilySearch.org
Name: Charles Picton Browne
Event Type: Death
Event Date: Jan - Mar 1887
Event Place: Clogheen, Ireland
Registration Quarter and Year: Jan - Mar 1887
Registration District: Clogheen
Age: 72
Birth Year (Estimated): 1815
Volume Number: 4 
Brown, Charles Picton (I16)
 
1777 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Alexander Nickle
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 3 Mar 1881
Birth Place: Haw, Donegal, Ireland
Father's Name: Edward Nickle (Suggested Transcription error)
Mother's Name: Mary Nelson Nickle
FHL Film Number: 257858 
Nickle, Alexander (I1897)
 
1778 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: James Nickle
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 3 Oct 1867
Birth Place: Strabane, Tyr, Ireland
Baptism Place: Strabane, Tyr, Ireland
Father's Name: Andrew Nickle
Mother's name: Mary Jane Nelson
FHL Film Number: 101156 
Nickle, James II (I1825)
 
1779 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: James Nickle
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 8 May 1875
Birth Place: Tyrone, Ireland
Father's Name: James Nickle
Mother's Name: Lizzie Dorragh
FHL Film Number: 255929 
Nickle, Lance Corporal James III (I1920)
 
1780 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Jane Elizabeth Nickle
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 14 Jul 1871
Birth Place: Strabane, Tyr, Ireland
Baptism Place: Strabane, Tyr, Ireland
Father's Name: James Nickle
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Dorough
FHL Film Number: 255826 
Nickle, Jane Elizabeth (I1918)
 
1781 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Margaret Nickle
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 23 Jan 1877
Birth Place: Tyrone, Ireland
Father's Name: James Nickle
Father's Birth Place: Woodend
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Nickle Doragh
FHL Film Number: 255970 
Nickle, Margaret (I1921)
 
1782 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Martha Nickle
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 15 Jan 1879
Birth Place: Woodend, For Leck, Tyrone, Ireland
Father's Name: James Nickle
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Dorrough Nickle
FHL Film Number: 256021 
Nickle, Martha (I1922)
 
1783 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Rebecca Nickle
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 16 Nov 1873
Birth Place: Strabane, Tyr, Ireland
Baptism Place: Strabane, Tyr, Ireland
Father's Name: James Nickle
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Doragh
FHL Film Number: 255889 
Nickle, Rebecca (I1919)
 
1784 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Samuel Nichol
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1870
Birth Place: Donegal, Ireland
Father's Name: Andrew Nichol
Mother's Name: Mary Nelson
FHL Film Number: 101201 
Nickle, Samuel Nelson (I1892)
 
1785 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Andrew Nickle
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 3 Jan 1866
Birth Place: Strabane District, Tyrone, Ireland
Father's Name: Andrew Nickle
Mother's Name: Mary Nelson
FHL Film Number: 101121 
Nickle, Andrew Junior (I1891)
 
1786 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Matilda Nickle
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 16 Jun 1875
Birth Place: Donegal, Ireland
Father's Name: Andrew Nickle
Mother's Name: Mary Nelson
FHL Film Number: 255929 
Nickle, Matilda (I1895)
 
1787 Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Robert Nickle
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 27 Jan 1873
Birth Place: Ireland
Father's Name: Andrew Nickle
Mother's Name: Mary Nelson Nickle
FHL Film Number: 255868 
Nickle, Robert (I1894)
 
1788 Ireland, Civil Registration Deaths Index, 1864-1958
Ancestry.com

Name: Margaret Forbes Nichol
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1872
Date of Registration: 1872
Death Age: 0
Registration district: Strabane
Volume: 2
Page: 291
FHL Film Number: 101586 
Nickle, Margaret Forbes (I1893)
 
1789 Ireland, Civil Registration Deaths Index, 1864-1958
Ancestry.com
Name: Ethel Margaret Seymour
Estimated birth year: abt 1872
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1932
Death Age: 60
Registration district: Clonmel
Volume: 4
Page: 297
FHL Film Number: 101739 
Seymour, Ethel Margaret (I1264)
 
1790 Ireland, Civil Registration Deaths Index, 1864-1958
Ancestry.com
Name: Henry Montague Seymour
Estimated birth year: abt 1871
Date of Registration: 1871
Death Age: 0
Registration district: Dungarvan
Volume: 4
Page: 511
FHL Film Number: 101585 
Seymour, Henry Montague (I1270)
 
1791 Ireland, Civil Registration Deaths Index, 1864-1958
Ancestry.com
Name: Isabella M E Brown
Estimated birth year: abt 1817
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1914
Death Age: 97
Registration district: Clogheen
Volume: 4
Page: 339
FHL Film Number: 0101606 
Brown, Isabella Maria Elizabeth (I17)
 
1792 Ireland, Civil Registration Marriages Index, 1845-1958
Ancestry.com

Name: Mary Nelson
Date of Registration: 1861
Registration district: Strabane
Volume: 10
Page: 268
FHL Film Number: 101248

Ireland, Civil Registration Marriages Index, 1845-1958

Name: Andrew Nickle
Date of Registration: 1861
Registration district: Strabane
Volume: 10
Page: 268
FHL Film Number: 101248 
Family F688
 
1793 Ireland, Civil Registration Marriages Index, 1845-1958
Ancestry.com

Name: Elizabeth Douragh
Date of Registration: 1870
Registration district: Strabane
Volume: 12
Page: 303 (click to see others on page)
FHL Film Number: 101251

Ireland, Civil Registration Marriages Index, 1845-1958
Name: James Nickle
Date of Registration: 1870
Registration district: Strabane
Volume: 12
Page: 303 (click to see others on page)
FHL Film Number: 101251 
Family F711
 
1794 Ireland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com

Name: Margaret Forbes Nichol
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1871
Birth Place: Castlefin, Don, Ireland
Baptism Place: Castlefin, Don, Ireland
Father's Name: Andrew Nichol
Mother's name: Mary Nelson
FHL Film Number: 255841 
Nickle, Margaret Forbes (I1893)
 
1795 Ireland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com
Name: Andrew Nickle
Gender: Male
Baptism Date: 1817
Baptism Place: Camus, Tyrone, Ireland
Father: James Nickle
Mother: Jane Gibson
FHL Film Number: 823750 
Nickle, Andrew (I1914)
 
1796 Ireland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Ancestry.com
Name: Ethel Margaret Seymour
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 9 Apr 1872
Birth Place: Waterford, Ireland
Father: Charles Edward Seymour
Mother: Sophia Elizabeth Brown
FHL Film Number: 255854 
Seymour, Ethel Margaret (I1264)
 
1797 Ireland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911
Name: Mary Anne Forbes
Gender: Female
Baptism Date: 13 Oct 1818
Baptism Place: Donaghmore, Tyrone, Ireland
Father: Forbes
FHL Film Number: 962187 
Forbes, Mary Margaret (I1915)
 
1798 Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, 1823-1837
Ancestry.com
Name: John Moinagh
County: Monaghan
Parish: Carn
Townland: Tattinclave
Year: 1832 
Moynagh, John (I2071)
 
1799 Irish Bloods By Dr. Brian Blood:
https://www.dolmetsch.com/Bebinfo.htm 
Family F816
 
1800 Isaac Conrow Beginnings: http://isaacconrow.blogspot.com/ Family F183
 
1801 It is unclear at this time if Jane knew that her husband, John Bentley, was alive past 1892. On all Census records she is reported as widowed, and we have no account of divorce between the two. We do know that Jane preferred her maiden name of 'Cockshire' on both her son, Francis Joseph's war records and in her own cemetery listings. However Jane is also buried as 'Mrs. John Bentley' and claimed as his widow in her death record. Cockshire, Jane (I1643)
 
1802 It's unclear how he achieved his military designation. Confederate record for Prisoner of War notes he was a Corporal. Snow, Colonel Frost (I3063)
 
1803 Jack studied at the Olds Agricultural School and returned to work on his parent's farm. He later worked for Ewen Simpson where he had a stroke and died at the age of 35.
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail & Districts Pioneers)  
Bird, John Primrose (I317)
 
1804 James Barnett and his Parentage:
http://snowstones.com/snowstones-wp/barne/ 
Family F607
 
1805 James C and Mary A (Stamper) McKague Ahnentafel from Rootsweb 2010:
https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=masm48&id=I360

Great Falls Tribune, Sunday, July 5, 1936
by CW Duvall, Tribune Landusky Resident Correspondent

Story of Joe Deloney (known as Joe Doney) one of the Four brothers who came to Montana around 1870. His brothers were Lally, John M. and Gregory.

Retyped by Eddio Doney, researcher and great grand son of John M. Doney
Father of Joe H. Doney
Father of Charles 'Lindy' Doney
Father of Edwin C. Doney Sr. (Eddio)
Father of Edwin C. Doney Jr. (Junebug)

The Following story cut short by death brings home the realization, that soon no more first-hand tales of the old west will be available from living men. Joe DeLoney (known as Joe Doney) nearing 90 at the time of his death last spring, was on of the few old-timers left who had taken an active part in the drama of the frontier days.
Wise in the ways of the frontier, he knew the Northwest from the Red River of the north to the Rocky Mountains, from the Yellowstone River to the northern wastes of Canada. He freighted over long distances of bog and muskeg, prairies and hills with strings of Red River carts. He carried the mail by dog team over the windswept prairies of Dakota Territory, where blizzards made the trips extremely hazardous.
Joe Doney rode pony express through the most hostile Indian country on the whole line, and knew many amusing and grim tales of his day. Until a few years ago Joe was engaged in the cattle business at the mouth the Duvall coulee on the Missouri River. Old age compelled him to abandon the ranch, condemned and bought by the government to be flooded by the Fort Peck dam.
Much of his story is lost, but here is what the old fellow gave me just previous to his fatal sickness which took him.

Page 1 of 16
'I was born of Chippewa and French parentage near Totten in 1845, (it wasn't Fort Totten until 1869) which at that time was unorganized territory. My boyhood days were spent in that vicinity except when we traveled with Red River carts and at an early age I learned to handle four and five of those single horse affairs.
The cart was made entirely of wood with old bull buffalo hides wrapped around the wheels to serve as tires. One cart was loaded with 500 to 800 pounds and one man handled from four to seven, one behind the other. After the horses were broken it was not necessary to tie them to the cart ahead. This was done only with green horses.
When I reached manhood, I was employed by the government as a scout. There was a company of soldiers at Totten, although the fort wasn't build until 1869. I was often amazed at the ignorance of frontier ways in the officers and soldiers with whom I was thrown in daily contact.
One such incident was when I won a salute from a cocky lieutenant. It made me mad at the time, but it is amusing now. It was in the spring of 1867. A rider came in and said he had met three soldiers 10 miles out. Soldiers were seldom sent very far without an officer and scout, so I reported to the officer in charge.
The bugle sounded and brought every one to quarters, I was sent as scout with a lieutenant, corporal and 11 privates. We took five days rations and started out on a high lope. I protested at this speed, but no use, that lieutenant gave me to understand he was going to capture those deserters before they got away.
I felt sure the deserters would do that very thing but that if we took a gait our horses could stand, we would find them along the trail with played out horses. I tried to point out the mistake to the lieutenant, but no use. He wanted no advice from me, he bluntly told me.

Page 2 of 16
That afternoon we saw a dust cloud ahead which we felt sure was made by the deserters, but our horses were about all in and we were unable to gain on them. At dark, we were compelled to halt to rest our horses, but we soon pushed on expecting to catch our quarry in camp along the trail. At midnight we gave up and camped.
Next day we caught up to one. We followed the other two to the St. Joe road and on through the day and into the night. Out horses were so tired we could hardly force them on. I felt sorry for the poor beasts and was plum disgusted with the cocky lieutenant. Late that night, we camped on a dry lake bed.
About 4 in the morning a cloudburst hit us, hail and torrents of rain with terrific crashes of thunder. Lightning lit up the sky at intervals. Our grub was ruined and dumped with little ceremony.
At daylight we pushed on, the storm have abated but it rained intermittently. We were wet and chilled to the bone but in an hour we came up to the two deserters camped in a little quaking asp grove. One escaped, but no one cared. We got the other one and he was so fagged he didn't care.
The lieutenant surveyed that grove. 'God' he moaned. 'Wood, and no matches to build a fire.'
I studied him closely and saw he was in earnest. 'You mean you can't build a fire?' I asked, trying to hide the contemp I felt. Perhaps it wasn't justified, but I had no use for this your upstart.
He looked at me. 'Have you any dry matches?' he asked hopefully. Then noting the water soaked wood and dripping trees, he added hopelessly. 'No matter if you have, you couldn't light that damned stuff with coal oil.'

Page 3 of 16
'I've got no matches nor coal oil,' I told him. 'But if you want a fire I can build one.'
He gave me his superior grin. 'Yes?' he questioned a trifle scornfully. 'Well scout, if you can build a fire with that stuff and without matches, I'll salute you.'
'Remember that,' I told him, amused at the idea of him saluting the lowly scout.
I found a dead quaking ask and stripped of the outside bark, getting a good quantity of dry inner fiber. This I mixed with gun powder taken from a couple of cartridges. Then I took the lead from another cartridge and put a rag in it's place. This I shot into the fiber and powder. Instantly the flash ignited and we all gathered more fiber, sticks and limbs which I personally laid on the fire. The cheerful fire made the world look brighter.
The lieutenant was game, he stepped up and raised his hand in the salute.
'Scout, I salute you,' he said with a trace of admiration.

Yes, I knew Sitting Bull well. Sitting Bull was a four flusher. He liked to do things to get the country to talk about him. He liked to reputation of being a bad man. He liked to get out with a bunch of picked warriors and murder lonely freighters, mail carriers or any party where the odds were all in his favor.
I believe that's a bad man's trait, though regardless of color.
He came into our country on one of his plundering expeditions.

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He had long Dog and 10 picked warriors. They caught Big John, A Mandan scout from Batteau, and gave him a severe horse whipping, then warned him never to spy on them again.
They hit the Fort Stevenson-Totten stage road which they followed to Totten, killing several men and stealing horses. They met John Roan driving a team and wagon. They killed him and took his team, burning the wagon. Next, they met two breed mail carriers, Joe Emilay and Bob McDonald. They killed them and took their horses and mail.
A sergeant was out on herd hear Totten with the horses and mules, Seeing Sitting Bull and his band, he stampeded the herd towards the post. The Indians managed to cut off 10 mules and got away.
A lieutenant with 10 soldiers and two scouts, John Moran and Joe Lonshue, took the trail of the impudent Sioux, but returned reporting they were unable to catch them. The scouts said they did catch them but were afraid to tackle them.
The Sioux, still following the stage road back toward Fort Stevenson, came upon a freighter water his horses. They shot him and threw the horses into the bunch with only a few minutes delay. Power must have been scarce, as they were using it sparingly. The freighter dropped when shot and pretended he was dead. At Fort Stevenson the bullet was found to have hit the cheek bone and lodged just under the skin.
Next, the Sioux met George Brown and Joe Martin, each riding a horse, with a mule carrying the mail. Sitting Bull knew Brown and spared their lives, but he took their horses and Martin's clothes except his shoes and hat. They also held the two captive, leaving four of their number to guard them while the rest gave chase to the mule.

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It was summer, but a chilly mist enveloped the country, and Martin, after awhile , began to shiver. 'Fraid?' one Indian taunted. He kept it up, repeating 'fraid' several times. The others laughed and jeered.
The mule with mail had developed a mulish streak. He wouldn't be captured. The Indians were chasing him here and there, the mule ducking and dodging until one by one the guards left to help their comrades capture this long-eared carrier.
Brown and Martin were lying on top of a ridge, which on one side sloped down to a wide draw where the Indian were chasing the mule and on the other slope down to a small lake with over-grown bull rushes and cat-tails.
Darkness settled down before the Indians began hunting for them. They searched the shores of the lake but none wanted them bad enough to get int the ooze and bull rushes. The Indians left, but Brown and Martin didn't venture out until about midnight. They left the lake and started waling, giving the road a wide berth.
Brown gave Martin his underwear. Brown was a little fellow about 5 feet 4, while Martin was a six footer. Martin managed to get into his new suit, but there was considerable of him exposed most of his legs from his shoes to his knees and a considerable space around his middle where the under-shirt and drawers failed to meet.
At daylight they laid in a little swale where the grass was tall enough to conceal them from any one unless very close. The sun came out very hot and that night when they proceeded on their way, Martin was so badly sun burned he could hardly travel.
They reached Fort Stevenson about 7 o'clock next morning. They were making their way slowly toward the fort. An office rode out to meet them

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and seeing their condition, gave them a swig of whisky from his flask. They hadn't eaten anything for 42 hours and the liquor laid them flat. The officer then rode back and sent a team and wagon to bring them in.
The winter of 1867 and 1868 I carried mail for my brother-n-law who had the Fort Stevenson-Totten contract. In summer we used saddle horses and pack mules, but in winter we used dog teams.
It was February, 1869, I was a husky young fellow then. Two sergeants and three privates came in to Totten from Buford on their way to Fort Stevenson. They were a light hearted party, having served their three years of enlistment, and were on their way out.
One, a young fellow of 25, showed a picture of his girl. 'That's what is taking me out,' he told us proudly. 'We're going to get married and then go to that Montana country and build a home.'
Early in the morning of Feb. 8 we left Totten for Fort Stevenson, 138 miles distant. The trail was marked with stakes stuck in the snow about 60 yards apart and shacks well supplied with wood early in the fall dotted this trail about 20 miles apart.
The weather was cold with a strong wind from the north which by noon filled the air with swirling snow. We had two dog teams (four dogs to a team). George, my cousin, drove the lead team with the grub and bedding, I the other with the mail.
Our passengers walked, same as we did. They had been three years at Fort Buford and knew the dangers of the trail at that time of the year, but all were anxious to get through. It was after dark when we reached the first station and even George and I had to admit it had been a tough day. A roaring fire soon warmed the shack and a feed of hot grub put all in high spirits again.

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Two of the soldiers were all in. George and I advised them to stay at the station until the weather cleared, then they could make it back to Totten. They were not going back, they gave us to understand. They were going out. We rolled our beds on the floor, seven of us in a 10 by 12 building, and slept the sleep of tired, healthy men.
The next morning we were ready for the trail long before daylight. The wind had died down and the snow lay quiet, but the overcast sky and low scurrying clouds indicated to George and me that a storm was coming. We tried to get the soldiers to stay, but not use, so we pushed on. George leading us a faster pace then usual to get as far on our way as possible before the storm hit us. Just before noon it came. You here in Montana have never seen a real blizzard. The wind howled, snow swirled, plugging our eyes; the dogs strained silently in their collars. Ordinarily they followed the trail without much attention, but after awhile the blinding snow began to tell on them. We would lose the trail, then after considerable delay would find a stake and mush ahead again.
George stopped and I pulled up along side. The passengers trudged up and stopped. 'Well boys,' George said to the passengers, 'how you making it?'
'Alright,' one answered. 'What's the matter?'
'We have our hands full to keep the dogs on the trail. Can you fellows look after yourselves?'
'Hell! We've been doing it, aint we? Go ahead, don't worry about us. We'll be right behind you when you get there.'
'All right,' George replied. 'Just keep close to Joe, one behind the other, and in no circumstances stop. If you have to stop, stop us too.'

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We mushed on, and the wind was driving the snow with such force that we couldn't even see the dogs as we held to the guide stick behind the sled. 'I've lost the trail,' he shouted.
'I thought so,' I returned. 'I haven't seen a stake for some time.'
Darkness was settling down, adding to our difficulties. The soldiers lined up behind us. 'You fellows keep close,' George shouted. 'I'm going to try to pick up the trail again.'
He mushed ahead, bearing sharply to the left. We followed. We were traveling east and the wind was coming from a little west of north. Traveling on a marked trail in a blizzard in the daytime is bad. Lost in a blizzard at night is hell. Wind and snow and cold all combined in a relentless torture.
George stopped. I pulled alongside and stopped. We saw forms behind us. 'You all there?' George asked.
A short silence and then, 'I don't know,' came from one.
George called five times, three answered. He cussed volubly in French, then to the three he commented in English. 'Listen, you fellows. You have been out here three years and you are on your way out. Don't give up now,' he pleaded. 'You are all husky young fellows. This blizzard can't last forever. You can stay it if you just think so.'
'We'll try,' one answered. 'How far is it?'
'I don't know,' George answered. 'We are not going to hurry, but just keep moving.'
Mush, mush, we crept along; the dogs were getting tired they would stop every little bit. Our only salvation was to keep moving and we forced them

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on, on, ever on. Fighting the wind, snow and cold and now fighting drowsiness. Oh, Just for a few minutes, a few minutes rest and then go again. That's the hardest fight.
George stopped. My dogs stopped. I heartlessly pushed them along side and stopped. 'How's the passengers?' George asked.
We looked. We shouted, but got no reply. The George cussed. He cussed me, he cussed the dogs, he cussed the weather and the army. He cussed the government and then he cussed the post lost soldiers.
He turned to me and shouted. 'You damned sap don't you try that. Keep the dogs mushing. Come along now, look after yourself, I've got my hands full.' He started on, but I remember he stopped often to see that I didn't stop.
We were moving mechanically. Keep moving, keep moving. The wind was howling it at me it seemed. My snow shoes were so heavy I could hardly push them ahead. Time and distance slipped slowly by. We were barely moving. We were not trying to get anywhere but simply fighting to outlast the blizzard.
My dogs stopped alongside of George. 'We've won,' he shouted gleefully.
'Huh?' I asked. Hardly conscious of what he meant. 'Come out of it!' he shouted slapping me on the back almost knocking me off my feet. I then noticed that the wind had died down and it had stopped snowing.
As I slowly realized the significance of the sentence, 'We've won', a heavy load left me. We were both like new men. We knew where we were going. It was now only a plain question of endurance.

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Soon the stars came out and we were able to see the Big Dipper and the North Star. We headed the dogs for the trail and they lined out like fresh animals. They knew where we were going.
All we had to do was hang on to the guide stick and follow.
Right here I want to tell you that man is helpless unless he has something to travel by a star, a distant ridge, the sun or something. An animal can, but they lack the willpower to drive themselves. Daylight came clear and cold and about the middle of the forenoon the station loomed ahead. It was the third station. We had passed south of the second.
We had unharnessed and turned the faithful dogs loose. I carried in the beds and grub and mail while George built a roaring fire. Sitting there the heat got us, we fell over on our beds and slept. I had a horrible dream; I was freezing. 'Keep moving, keep moving you fool,' I mumbled struggling to a sitting posture. It was sometime before I could realize fully whether reaching the shack had been a dream or I had really dreamed of freezing. The shack was cold, the fire having gone out long ago. The sun was sinking in the west, I rebuilt the fire and cooked breakfast, two dinners and two suppers all in one and then I called George. He was dead to the world but when he got awake we sure took on a feed.
At Fort Stevenson, we reported the lost soldiers and I was detailed to lead a search party back to recover the bodies. We found four of them strung out along the back trail, but one never was found.
We were caught in a blizzard the next winter and lost one dog team (four dogs) hauling our bedding and grub. It took both of us to get one team through with the mail. Two of the dogs lost come in to Totten days afterwards with nothing but their collars. Uncle Sam's soldiers never fought harder in the line of duty than did his mail carriers in out of the way places.

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Fort Totten used considerable grain and hay which brought high prices. There was plenty of prairie hay, but grain had to be freighted long distances. I had never farmed and knew nothing of the magic used to bring forth bounteous crops. I had heard many times of crops of oats yielding a hundred bushels to the acre. The government paid from 5 to 10 cents a pound for oats. Figure it out yourself.
Really, I wondered why more people didn't go into raising grain. I got a bunch of horses together, mostly wild, but that didn't bother me. I also sent out for a plow and harrow, and when the frost was out of the ground I started plowing. I used two outfits of horses, as I had only grass feed and could work a team only a short time.
I sent for oats and paid a ridiculous high price to get them freighted in. I didn't have time to haul them. I was too busy plowing and harrowing. It was a very favorable spring for farm work. Water from the winter's deep snow provided plenty of moisture for plowing and to start the seed. Spring storms were very light. I plowed and harrowed and seeded until the first of June, then I went to work fencing.
The grain came up nice and even and I swelled with pride as I surveyed the green field and felt sure the stake I had many times figured was as good as in my pocket. I wondered why I had suffered the hardships of hunting and trapping, mushed through the blizzards and sub-zero with the mail, scouted under such men as some of those cocky lieutenants when this opportunity had lain here all those years.
My field of grain brought many favorable comments and it was plain I was going to have plenty of competition next year. This didn't worry me. I had a start. Next year I would double my acreage and have my stake made by the time others got into heavy production.

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June showers made the grain fairly shoot upward and I strutted around bragging that next winter I would sit by the stove. No more carrying mail for me. No one doubted it either. July came in dry and hot and my heart sank as I saw my field turning brown and shriveling daily. It made good pasture for the work horses in the fall.
I carried the mail again that fall and winter to get money for seed and grain the next spring. The next year was a repetition of the first, so I loaded our camp outfit on carts and with my three brothers, John Lally and Gregory, we pulled for Montana, wintering on Frenchman's creek. Buffalo covered the prairie and berries were plentiful. Before winter set in we had a good supply of pemmican and buffalo meat. Deer and Antelope we could get anytime during the winter.
Next spring, 1871 we took our collection of furs to Fort Benton, where we traded for supplies. Fort Benton was a lively place at that time, but it didn't particularly impress us. It was similar to all western trading centers of that day. As being tough, Grand Forks had it beat so far there was no comparison. Stacks and stacks of buffalo hides covered the flat waiting for steamboats which were expected any day.
The coming of the first steamboat in the spring was an interesting sight. The coming of any steamboat, for that matter , always sent a thrill through me. I became acquainted with many of the steamboat captains and pilots. The tenderfeet coming from the east amused me as much as I, with my buckskin garb, did them.
We laid around Benton meeting acquaintances from widely scattered places, many we had not seen for years. Freighting here was all done by long strings of oxen and an occasional horse outfit. After the arrival of the first boat, teams were pulling out daily for the mining camps west, and one string I remember was loaded for the Hudson's Bay post in Canada on the Bow River where Calvary is now.

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We soon tired of town life and pulled out to the Marias River where we camped awhile, then went on back to Milk River near where Zurich now is. The winter of 1872 and 1873, was spent in the Cypress hills. That fall a bunch of Crees made a raid, stealing bunches a bunch of horses from some isolated ranchers along the Marias River.
Tom Hardwick and six other white men with Xavier Fiant, a half-breed as guide, took their trail, following their trail to Battle Creek where they lost them. They traveled on an struck a camp of Assiniboine's near where we were camped. All Indians looked alike to most whites and although the whites were camped with Assiniboine's, there was a tense feeling on both sides. Each side was suspicious of the other.
Next morning the whites couldn't find one of their horses and accused the Indians of stealing it. They threatened and abused the Indians shamefully. The Indians became alarmed and got their guns. The whites took this as a challenge and started shooting.
It was one of those regrettable incidents where hotheaded leadership had resulted in extreme cruelty. Squaws and children were mercilessly slaughtered. The Indians were put to trot, their lodges gathered up and burned. The wounded were left groaning on the prairie. An Indian boy was beheaded and his head raised on a pole as a warning to Indian horse thieves. On their back trail the lost horse was found.
At the time of General Miles battles with the Nez Pierce, we were camped on the Milk river near where Zurich is now. We heard the Nez Pierce were coming so we concealed our camp in the cottonwoods.
One morning were heard the 'boom' of the cannon and later the rat-tat of the Gatling guns and knew what was happening.

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We rushed our women and children to Fort Belknap, near where Chinook now stands. During the three days of battle, fleeing Nez Pierce sought shelter, many of them wounded. We gave them one lodge for their wounded and cared for all who came.
A day or two later a raiding party of Nez Pierce were returning with a bunch of stolen horses and mistook a bunch of Assiniboine's for their own people until too late to retreat. The Assiniboine's drove the Nez Pierce off and took the horses. The agent at Belknap fount it out and investigated. The horses bore Tom Healy's brand. The agent took possession of the horses and sent Healy wood.
That is the end of Joe's story which death cut short. Joe, like all frontier men, resented the march of civilization. He worked and fought to make it possible, yet when it came, this very life's work had unfitted him for it. Whistling locomotives had taken the place of popping bull whips, cattle had replaced the buffalo. Towns sprang up stores and merchandise was sold for cash instead of bartered for furs.
It came so quickly he was made a foreigner in his own country. He was bewildered, he knew not how to make a living. He wanted to get away from it all, but there was no place to go. Yes, there was: The Missouri River, where many just like Joe had found seclusion enjoy life as he had known it away from the whistling locomotives, the sound of saws and hammers with rushing foreign people in their race for gold.
This is where he went, located in a wide blue joint bottom which he was engaged in the only occupation he was fitted for; the raising of cattle. Where he lived, seldom leaving the river. He bought his supplies every spring when the supply barge from Benton came down. The money for the beef supplies his simple needs.

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The yearly trip of the steamboat, 'Mandan,' which came as far as Fort Benton every spring was an event looked forward to by Joe. It was a return to the old days. He was always on the bank to watch it steam by, imagining it to be loaded with merchandise and passengers bound for Benton. Joe always waved his hat and shouted a joyous 'bon voyage' and his wave and greeting was always returned with enthusiasm from the boat No doubt the captain of the boat understood and sympathized with the old fellow, and many just like him greeted them on these trips.
Joe lived on the river until infirmities of old age forced him to sell 10 years ago. The he went to live with his son, 12 miles west of Landusky.
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Lyonnais dit Doney, Joseph (I1369)
 
1806 Jean Ajin's Genealogy Pages: The Native American Doney tree
http://www.jeanajingenealogy.podserver.info/pages/doneyind.htm 
Family F606
 
1807 Jean Chabot was the son of Marie Mesange and Mathurin Chabot. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I901&tree=EngPage Family F798
 
1808 Jean De La Londe dit Lesperance had three prior marriage contracts which were annulled before his successful union with Marie Barbary in 1669. From what we know of the 'Fille du Roi' program, marriage was the ultimate goal of all the women involved, but both women and men had the right to refuse a union at any time during their initial contract. Because Jean had a home and is assumed to have been a member of the Carignan-Salieres Regiment he was considered to be a good match for a prospective mate. His other contracts were as follows:

In 1667 Jean entered into engagement with Francoise Hermel. Her dowry was an estimated value of 300 pounds. Francois later married Jean Baptiste Saint-Amour.

On 27 Sep 1669 Jean entered into a second contract, the woman's name was Marie Poire. Her dowry was an estimated value of 950 pounds, as well as 50 livers. Marie later married Jean Francois Hardy.

On 13 Oct 1669 Jean enters into a third contract with Pierrette Vaillant, also a Fille du Roi. Her dowry was an estimated value of 250 pounds, as well as 50 livers. Pierrette does not appear in records after 1669, and possibly perished, or returned to France.

Jean's successful contract with Marie Barbary was made 14 Nov 1669. Her dowry was an estimated 200 pounds. 
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1809 Jean Lalonde dit L'Esperance was attacked by a party of Iroquois warriors that resulted in his death, as well as the deaths of four others who were farming the field with him. The men were buried near the site of the church that was to be built at Saint Louis de Haut in Baie d'Urfe, but when the graves were later uncovered by Priest Pierre Remy, they were moved to the crypt at Lachine parish in 1694. Lalonde dit L'Esperance, Jean (I454)
 
1810 Jean Leclerc was son of Perrette Brunel and Jean Leclerc. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I874&tree=EngPage Family F919
 
1811 Jean originated from the parish of Notre-Dame-de-Grace. Le Havre was originally called Le Havre de Grace in the Prefecture of Rouen. Jean's wife, Marie Barbary, was from the second township, Dieppe, in the Prefecture of Rouen, however they did not meet and marry until they were in Quebec, as Marie Barbary was 'Fille du Roi' a part of a program to populate New France. Lalonde dit L'Esperance, Jean (I454)
 
1812 Jean was the son of Perrette Brunel and Jean Leclerc. Additional Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I2451&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Leclerc, Jean (I874)
 
1813 Joe M. Nansel, 77, died Friday June 2, 1995 at the Rosebud Health Care Center in Forsyth following a courageous battle with cancer.
Joe was born July 21, 1917 on the family homestead near Myers, Montana, the son of Joseph and Phebie Giels Nansel. He moved to the Pease Bottom ranch with his family at 10 years of age. Joe attended school at Alkall Creek, Edwards Creek, Rancher and graduated from Hysham High School in 1935. He farmed and ranched with his folks and later formed a partnership. On June 5, 1955, Joe married Joanne McMillen in Sidney. They lived in Myers until 1957 when they moved to the ranch on Armells Creek. In 1980 they moved to Forsyth and have been here since.
Joe was a member of United Presbyterian Church of Forsyth, and was a Church Elder. He served on the Rosebud Treasure Hospital Board, Rosebud County Fair Board, was a Rosebud Conservation District Supervisor and was a member of the America Salers Association.
He is survived by his wife Joanne Nansel of Forsyth; his daughter Dawn and Tom Miars of Forsyth; five sons, Bob and Lila, Tom and Karan all of Forsyth, Jay and Gayle of Billings, David and Jolene of Vancouver, WA, and Andy and Anita of Mosinee, WI; 7 grandchildren, Deanna, Leigh, Lindsay, Claire, Derek, Tyler and Erika; two brothers, Dr. Arlo and Ruth Nansel of Miles City, Donald and Dottie Nansel of Billings; two sisters, Joy and John Myhre and Audrey and Jim Rhodes all of Billings.
Memorials may be made to the Federated Church organ Fund.
 
Nansel, Joseph Meredith (I426)
 
1814 Johann Jacob was re-interred in the Charles Evans Cemetery after it's creation. Kieffer, Private Johann Jacob (I241)
 
1815 John Arthur Bentley has two memorials, the first a cenotaph at Lakeside Cemetery in Quebec, Canada, the second a cenotaph at the Halifax Memorial, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. His name is located on the second panel. His body was not recovered for burial. Bentley, Private John Arthur (I1499)
 
1816 John Darling adopted Mary Bishop and John Barnett's daughters Mary, Familliar and Eliza (Elizabeth) as his own. The couple had 5 additional children.

Resources:
The Darling Family in America by Horace Lyman Weeks and William Montgomery Clemens
https://archive.org/details/darlingfamilyina00week

George Darling of Lynn and Marblehead and Some of His Descendants, 1650 to 1920, Written by Lou Ella Johnson Martin and William Albert Martin 
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1817 John inherited Moyles Court, which was later converted into a private boarding school.
https://www.moylescourt.co.uk/ 
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1818 John Walker
http://inman.surnameweb.org/documents/talltres.htm

"The first John Walker of which we have any record lived and died in Wigton, Scotland. He married Jane McKnight and only two of his children are known: John and Alexander.

1. John Walker, son of the first John, married Katherine Rutherford on Jan. 2, 1702. He and family emigrated to Newry, in the Northern part of Ireland and then came to America. He had 11 children, born in Scotland, Ireland and America.

2. Alexander Walker, brother of John the emigrant, never left Scotland. The name of his wife is not known. Alexander had three sons that went to Newry, Ireland with their Uncle and then came with him to America. One of them was named John.

The two John Walkers -- Uncle and Nephew -- with their families arrived at Maryland in August 1726. They first settled in Chester County Pa. In 1734 they moved into the Valley of Virginia and was one of the earliest settlers in Rockridge County. The gallant Uncle and Nephew took up land on both sides of the rapid stream, which still bears their name, flowing parallel to the mountain range two miles distance from the natural bridge.

The Walkers were staunch Presbyterians and helped to build the first log church which they named New Providence in memory of Providence Church in Ireland from whence they had come. In 1900 some of the descendants were still living on the original land and were active elders in the New Providence Church.

The Uncle and Nephew, both named John, were distinguished as "Gunmaker John" and "Gunstocker John." Gunmaker John Walker made the locks and barrels on the anvil of his shop and Gunstocker John made the woodwork. The brave emigrants, buried in the wilderness, were dependant on themselves for everything, and arms were a necessity in the neighborhood of war like savages of the mountains.

Gunmaker John, the Uncle, and his wife Katherine Rutherford had 11 children: Elizabeth, John, James, Thomas, William, Jane, Samuel, Alexander, Esther, Joseph and Mary. Miss White takes each of these children and follows their descendants, but since Samuel is the one in our direct line I will confine this record to him." 
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1819 Johnnie was one of 18 men killed when two B 24 Liberators crashed on 19 Aug 1944 at Tonopah Air Field in Nevada, United States of America. Mundell, Flight Officer Johnnie Whitfield (I91)
 
1820 Joseph was the son of Sebastienne Veillon and Robert Mathieu Choret. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I478&tree=EngPage Choret, Joseph (I2639)
 
1821 Joseph's middle name was taken from the name of the Church where his parent's married. Mary Hollaran and Michael Joseph McKenna were married 22 Apr 1866 at Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Church on Capital Street in Washington District of Columbia, United States of America. McKenna, Joseph Aloysius (I311)
 
1822 Justice of Greater Bath, Virginia, 1812. Berry, John (I2545)
 
1823 Kansas, Births and Christenings Index
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Name: Mundell
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 12 Oct 1889
Birth Place: Centerville Twp, Linn, Kansas
Father's Name: Wm. S. Mundell
Father's Age: 27
Father's Birth Place: Kan.
Mother's Name: Alice A. Berry Mundell
Mother's Age: 23
Mother's Birth Place: Iowa
FHL Film Number: 1517146 
Mundell, John Whittfield (I82)
 
1824 Kansas, Births and Christenings Index
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Name: Mundelle
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 23 Dec 1886
Birth Place: Centerville Twp, Linn, Kansas
Father's Name: Wm. Stanton Mundelle
Father's Age: 24
Father's Birth Place: Kan.
Mother's Name: Allice Adaline Berry Mundelle
Mother's Age: 20
Mother's Birth Place: Iowa
FHL Film Number: 1517146 
Mundell (I80)
 
1825 kansas, Births and Christenings Index, 1885-1911
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Name: Mendell
[Mundell]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 12 Nov 1887
Birth Place: Centerville Twp, Linn, Kansas
Father's Name: Wm. S. Mundell
Father's Age: 25
Father's Birth Place: MO.
Mother's Name: Addie Berry Mundell
Mother's Age: 21
Mother's Birth Place: Iowa
FHL Film Number:1517146 
Mundell, Virginia (I81)
 
1826 Kansas, Births and Christenings Index, 1885-1911
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Name: Mundel
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 28 Apr 1896
Birth Place: Blue Mound, Linn, Kansas
Father's Name: Stanton Mundel
Father's Age: 30
Father's Birth Place: Am.
Mother's Name: L. Berry
Mother's Age: 28
Mother's Birth Place: America
FHL Film Number: 1517146 
Mundell, William Read (I85)
 
1827 Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979
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Name: Walter Warden
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth Dobyns
Event Date: 11 Dec 1830
Event Place: Mason, Kentucky 
Family F1258
 
1828 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Name: Nancy Anderson
Marriage Date: 9 Aug 1815
Marriage Place: Nelson, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: David Miller 
Family F440
 
1829 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Angell, Elizabeth
Spouse 2: Hume, Stripling
Marriage Date: 16 Jun 1800
Marriage Location: Pendleton County, Kentucky 
Family F185
 
1830 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Barnett, Betsy
Spouse 2: Wainscott, Adam
Marriage Date: 22 Oct 1814
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Warren County 
Family F625
 
1831 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Barnett, Thomas
Spouse 2: Higgins, Phebe
Marriage Date: 22 Jun 1812
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Warren County 
Family F653
 
1832 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Brown, Hugh
Spouse 2: Hoy, Keziah
Marriage Date: 1 Nov 1803
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Fayette County 
Family F426
 
1833 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Brown, Margaret
Spouse 2: Sappington, James
Marriage Date: 15 Jun 1803
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Madison County 
Family F424
 
1834 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Dejarnett, John
Spouse 2: Hoy, Parthany
Marriage Date: 1 Jun 1804
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Madison County 
Family F434
 
1835 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Dunham, Dennis
Spouse 2: Hudspeth, Dolly
Marriage Date: 6 Feb 1815
Marriage Location: Warren County, Kentucky 
Family F651
 
1836 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Dunham, Dorothy
Spouse 2: Skaggs, James
Marriage Date: 27 Jul 1811
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Warren County

Transcription Conflict for marriage dates. 
Family F614
 
1837 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Hume, Joseph
Spouse 2: Rogers, Sally
Marriage Date: 15 Oct 1798
Marriage Location: Bourbon County, Kentucky 
Family F233
 
1838 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
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Spouse 1: Robinett, Sally
Spouse 2: Rogers, Joseph
Marriage Date: 1 May 1796
Marriage Location: Bourbon County, Kentucky 
Family F234
 
1839 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com

Spouse 1: Sappington, Mary
Spouse 2: Wells, Richard
Marriage Date: 11 Sep 1811
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Madison County 
Family F429
 
1840 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com

Spouse 1: Sappington, Nancy
Spouse 2: Willis, Nicholas
Marriage Date: 21 Dec 1809
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Madison County 
Family F431
 
1841 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com

Spouse 1: Cox, Keziah
Spouse 2: Walker, James
Marriage Date: 9 Nov 1817
Marriage Location: Adair County, Kentucky 
Family F131
 
1842 Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850 about Hannah David Dunham Skeggs
Ancestry.com

Spouse 1: Dunham, Hannah
Spouse 2: Skeggs, David
Marriage Date: 27 May 1801
Marriage Location: Kentucky
Warren County 
Family F610
 
1843 Kentucky Marriages, 1851-1900
Ancestry.com

Name: J. F. Inglis
Spouse: Susan A. Hooser
Marriage Date: 28 Mar 1878
County: Hopkins
State: KY 
Family F1141
 
1844 Kentucky, Compiled Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com
Name: Charity Day
Marriage Date: 1 Jul 1808
Marriage Place: Mason, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: David Morris  
Family F115
 
1845 Kentucky, Compiled Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com
Name: John Miller
Marriage Date: 31 Oct 1825
Marriage Place: Washington, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: Mariah Buckler  
Family F437
 
1846 Kentucky, Compiled Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com
Name: Joshua Henson
Marriage Date: 15 Apr 1813
Marriage Place: Caldwell, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: Nancy Mcclure  
Family F1117
 
1847 Kentucky, Compiled Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com
Name: Nancy Warren
Marriage Date: 21 Apr 1792
Marriage Place: Lincoln, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: Richard Burch  
Family F1217
 
1848 Kentucky, Death Records, 1911-1955
FamilySearch.org

Name: William Ewin Wainscott
Event: Death
Event Date: 1913
Event Place: Allen, Floyd, Kentucky
Gender: Male
Father: Adam Wainscott
Mother: Barnett
Volume/page/certificate Number: 17662
Film Number: 1915019 
Wainscott, William Ewin (I2009)
 
1849 Kentucky, Land Grants, 1782-1924
Ancestry.com
Grantee: Michael Myers
Number of Acres: 400
Survey Date: 19 Jul 1786
County: Lincoln
Watercourse: Yellow Cr
Book Number: 4 
Myers, Michael (I3429)
 
1850 Kentucky, Marriages, 1785-1979
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Allen Thompson
Bride's Name: Sarah Barnett
Marriage Date: 28 May 1816
Marriage Place: Bowling, Warren, Kentucky
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M01638-1
System Origin: Kentucky-easy
Source Film Number: 339890
Reference Number: Page 262 Image 69
Kentucky Marriages, 1802-1850
Ancestry.com 
Family F627
 
1851 Kentucky, Marriages, 1785-1979
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Elisha Barnett
Bride's Name: Emeline Scaggs
Marriage Date: 22 Nov 1825
Marriage Place: Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M01643-3
System Origin: Kentucky-easy
Source Film Number: 339890
Reference Number: 00012 Pg.14 
Family F591
 
1852 Kentucky, Marriages, 1785-1979
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: James M Barnett
Bride's Name: Mary D Stubblefield
Marriage Date: 21 Mar 1859
Marriage Place: Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky
Bride's Father's Name: T W Stubblefield
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M01977-9
System Origin: Kentucky-easy
Source Film Number: 339892
Reference Number: White Bke Pg313 
Family F609
 
1853 Kentucky, Marriages, 1785-1979
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Robert C. Stubblefield
Bride's Name: Elvira J. Lane
Marriage Date: 13 Nov 1874
Marriage Place: Warren County, Kentucky
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M01198-5
System Origin: Kentucky-easy
Source Film Number: 339897
Reference Number: Bk O P 65 
Family F616
 
1854 Kentucky, Marriages, 1785-1979
FamilySearch.org

Groom's Name: Wm. Wainscott
Bride's Name: Elizabeth Goodrich
Marriage Date: 03 Feb 1845
Marriage Place: Owen, Kentucky
Indexing Project (batch) Number: M01952-7
System Origin: Kentucky-easy
Source Film Number: 272768
Reference Number: 31 
Family F626
 
1855 Killed at the Victory of Frog Plain (la Victoire de la Grenouillère), or the Battle of Seven Oaks. The only Métis casualty. Letendre dit Batoche, Joseph (I1514)
 
1856 Killed in the Lachine Massacre by the Iroquois, 4-5 Aug 1689. His remains were among 25 discovered by parish Priest Pierre Remy, and then laid to rest in the Lachine Church Cemetery in 1694. His son, Pierre and stepson Albert Boutin were also among the deceased that were transported to the cemetery at the same time. Michel, Jean (I1148)
 
1857 Killed in the Lachine Massacre by the Iroquois, 4-5 Aug 1689. His remains were among 25 discovered by parish Priest Pierre Remy, and then laid to rest in the Lachine Church Cemetery in 1694. His stepfather, Jean Michel and stepbrother Albert were also among the deceased that were transported to the cemetery at the same time. He was about 15 years of age upon his death. Michel, Pierre (I1152)
 
1858 Killed in the Lachine Massacre by the Iroquois, 4-5 Aug 1689. His remains were among 25 discovered by parish Priest Pierre Remy, and then laid to rest in the Lachine Church Cemetery in 1694. His stepfather, Jean Michel and stepbrother Pierre were also among the deceased that were transported to the cemetery at the same time. Boutin, Albert (I1151)
 
1859 Killed Strangely: The Death of Rebecca Cornell by Elaine Forman Crane.
http://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/?GCOI=80140100409080 
Family F858
 
1860 Lakeside Cemetery records claim Thomas Bentley was born 18 May 1894 and died 3 Jun 1903, but additional information on his parents suggest he was born in 1893 and died in 1901. We can only assume this information was somehow confused but this is indeed the same child, Thomas Bentley. Bentley, Thomas (I1501)
 
1861 Lakeside Cemetery records indicate her parents names were Elizabeth Etson and Stephen Calvert, but upon further investigation we discovered the original family name to be Edson or Eadson. Calvert, Mary Ann (I1527)
 
1862 Lakeside Cemetery records note Mary Ann Calvert's date of birth as 4 Jun 1831, however original baptism records suggest she was born 4 Jan 1833 in Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire. Calvert, Mary Ann (I1527)
 
1863 Lamberton Family Genealogy:
http://silvie.tripod.com/Lamberton.html 
Family F355
 
1864 Last Will and Final Testament:
Essex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1638-1840, Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2013. (From records supplied by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives.) Essex Cases: 26353:4

Written: 12 Apr 1686

"In the name of God, Amen, I John Stevens, Sr. of the town of Salisbury, Massachusetts Colony in New England, Husbandman, being aged and weak in body but of sound and perfect memory (praise to be given to god for the same) and knowing the uncertainty of this life on earth and being desirous to settle things in order; do make this my last will & testament in manner and form following: That is to say first & principally, I commend my soul to Almighty God, my creator, assuredly believing that I shall receive full pardon and free remission of all my sins and be saved by the piteous death and merits of my blessed Savior and Redeemer, Christ Jesus: And my body to the earth from whence it was taken to be buried in decent and Christian manner as to my Executors hereafter named shall be thought meet and convenient: And as touching such worldly effects as the lord in mercy hath lent me, my will and meaning is the same shall be employed and bestowed as hereafter by my will is expressed: And first I do reveal, announce, prostrate, and make void all wills by me formerly made and declare I appoint this my last will and testament. (S13).

Item: I give & bequeath unto my son John Stevens all land where he now dwells lying between ye lands of Mr. Thos. Bradbury in that place, as also the remainder of Sunner's neck, and that plain at the end of Brown's lot north of the Merrimack River, as also my coverlet which I bought of Mr. Gines.

Item: I give & bequeath to my Son Benjamin Stevens all my living in the town where he now lives, with my six-acre planting lot and my pasture, which is over against Thos. Toland-son's late deceased, as also all of my land lying next unto the land where Nathaniel Brown now dwells from ye highway through the swamp to Mr. Bradburies land as also my great brass kettle, my long table, the little table which I bought of my brother Severans, and my cabirons.

Item: I give and bequeath to my son Nathaniel Stevens all my Sweepage lot of salt marsh lying at a place commonly called the beach. Also, my will is that my Executors shall pay unto ye children of my said son Nathaniel five pounds in good current pay evenly to be divided amongst them.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Osgood five shillings to be paid by my executors: including her portion of my pewter, excepting two platters: otherwise dispatched as in my will doth appear.

Item: I give and bequeath unto Benony Tucker, my grandson, two platters, a flock bed and bolster and a feather pillow included, the coverlet which was of goodman Bowen's weaving and my musket and sword with all the stock of cattle which he hath already, including sheep and mare: and all my upland lying in Hall's farm so called and two acres of that cow common meadow formerly belonging unto the wife of John Evans son and which was bought of Sgt. Evans.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my two sons John Stevens, & Benjamin Stevens all the rest of my upland, including meadow which I have in Salisbury with all my common rights with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging in any way appertaining as to be equally divided between them they paying unto my daughter Mary Osgood's children ten pounds in good pay to be equally divided amongst them.

Item: I do bequeath my son John Stevens and my son Benjamin Stevens my Executors unto this my last will and testament: And in confirmation of all the above in this my will contained; I do here set my hand and seal this twelfth day of April: in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred eighty-six.

Signed Sealed & Delivered before us (my farming ourterlimbs) William Bulwoll Sr. (mark) Wimond: Bradbury" 
Stevens, Sergeant John Senior (I1141)
 
1865 Leaves of a Stunted Shrub: A Genealogy of the Scrogin-Scroggin-Scroggins Family, Volume 6. Compiled by William G Scroggins. Page 46.
https://books.google.ca/books?id=AnkEAwAAQBAJ 
Family F1166
 
1866 Leckpatrick Marriage Announcements 1859-69
http://cotyroneireland.com
February 4 1859
WHITE-NICKLE. January 27, in the Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick, by the Rev. Mr. Chambers, MR. MANSFIELD WHITE, Ballymagorry, to MARY ANNE, second daughter of MR. JOSEPH NICKLE, Woodend, both in the Parish of Leckpatrick 
Family F1038
 
1867 Leckpatrick Marriage Announcements 1859-69
http://cotyroneireland.com
January 16 1866
ECCLES-NICKLE. January 11, in the Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick, by the Rev. Joseph Leitch, A.M., MR. ALEXANDER ECCLES, Derry, to ELLEN, daughter of MR. JOSEPH NICKLE, Woodend, Strabane 
Family F1039
 
1868 Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930
http://cotyroneireland.com

5 Jan 1854
Groom: Robert Gamble
Occupation: Labourer
Bachelor
Residence: Tullyard
Father: Robert Gamble
Occupation: Labourer
Minister: Moses Chambers
Witnesses: John Nickle and Andrew Nickles
Bride: Ellen Nickle
Spinster
Residence: Tullyard
Father: Andrew Nickle
Occupation: Weaver 
Family F1034
 
1869 Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930
http://cotyroneireland.com
November 21 1866
Groom: Robert Nickle
Full age
Bachelor
Occupation: Labourer
Residence: Cavanalea
Father: Andrew Nickle
Occupation: Labourer
Bride: Catherine Kelly
Full age
Spinster
Residence: Bearney
Father: James Kelly
Occupation: Labourer
Witnesses: James Kelly and Andrew Young 
Family F1035
 
1870 Left Sweden on 22 Sep 1900, but his immigration according to the 1920 Census was in 1902. He became a Naturalized Citizen in 1922. Larson, Eric (I199)
 
1871 Library and Archives of Canad:
Métis and Original White Settlers affidavits [textual record] (R190-43-X-E)

Scrip affidavit for Page, Alexandre; born: August 4, 1831; father: Joseph Page (French Canadian); mother: Agathe Letendre (Métis); claim no: 1378; scrip no: 10322; date of issue: August 21, 1876; amount: $160 
Page, Alexandre (I1445)
 
1872 Library and Archives of Canada:
Half-Breed files [textual record] (R190-38-6-E)

NWHB child, Parents: Joseph Daunais and Josephte Allary, born 1858. Application on File.

Textual records
Microfilm reel T-12025 90: Open
File no. (creator) HB 1755
Textual records 90: Open
Volume
183 90: Open
Former archival reference no. RG15-D-II-3 
Lionais dit Delaunay, Jeanne Marie (I1375)
 
1873 Library and Archives of Canada:
Métis and Original White Settlers affidavits [textual record] (R190-43-X-E)

Scrip affidavit for Henry, John , alias Honore, alias Allary; born: June 17, 1823; father: Wm. Henry (Scot); mother: Agathe Letendre (Métis); claim no: 1829; scrip no: 10726; date of issue: September 20, 1876; amount: $160 = Demande de certificat pour Henry, John alias Honore, alias Allary; né(e): le 17 juin, 1823; père: Wm. Henry (Ecossais(e)); mère: Agathe Letendre (Métis(se)); no de réclamation: 1829; no de certificats: 10726; date d'émission: 20 septembre, 1876; au montant de: 160$. 
Henry, John (I1444)
 
1874 Library and Archives of Canada:
Métis and Original White Settlers affidavits [textual record] (R190-43-X-E)

Scrip affidavit for Page, Xavier; born: May 30, 1833; father: Joseph Page (French Canadian); mother: Agathe Letendre (Métis); claim no: 1838; scrip no: 10327; date of issue: August 21, 1876; amount: $160 
Page, Xavier (I1446)
 
1875 Library and Archives of Canada:
North-West Territories Métis scrip applications [textual record] (R190-44-1-E)

Page, Marie; address: Batoche; born: 1835 at Red Deer; father: Joseph Page (French Canadian); mother: Agathe Letendre (Métis); married: 1853 at Pembina to Abraham Montour Sr; children living: 9; children deceased: 2; scrip for $160.00; claim no. 1150.  
Page, Marie (I1447)
 
1876 Library and Archives of Quebec
http://applications.banq.qc.ca/apex/f?p=113:11:0::NO::P11_CLE:21901
Surname: Farley
First Name: Arthur A.
Surname of Spouse: Robertson
Name of Spouse: Ida M.
Year: 1886
Church: Dominion Square Methodist Church (Montréal)
Religion: Methodist
Pagination 4
Source Centre d'archives de Montréal, CE601,S101 
Family F1055
 
1877 Likely infant death, as Mary Bishop and John Darling had another son named John Darling as of 1681. Darling, John (I1103)
 
1878 Likely named for Marie Rose Delorme Smith, who was a close personal friend of John George Brown. Brown, Marie Rose (I1312)
 
1879 Listed as Godmother for Thomas Edward McKenna, her nephew via brother William John McKenna and his wife Mary Ann Teresa Stafford in 1900. McKenna, Mary Alice (I54)
 
1880 Listed as the wife of Adam Keffer in deed copy, Record Book 2, pages 385-387, Recorder's Office, Somerset Co., PA. Located on page 140 of the Grantor Index. Family F115
 
1881 Lists both parents from Baden (Now Baden-Württemberg), Germany. 1900 Census suggests 1850 Immigration year. Kitzinger, Carrie (I163)
 
1882 Little Compton Families from the records compiled by Benjamin Franklin Wilbour.
https://books.google.ca/books?id=A5T3atymDIoC 
Family F1278
 
1883 Loftas Longster died in 1885. Thomas King Longster was conceived approximately in Nov 1886 and was born in Jul or Aug 1887.
Amelia Teal Longster married Thomas King in 1889. On 1891 Census record Thomas King Longster is listed as Thomas King's stepson. It is possible Thomas King Longster is of undetermined parentage. 
Longster, Thomas King (I1514)
 
1884 Lot 2, Space 3. Miller, Reverend Roscoe Cole Junior (I6)
 
1885 Lot J, Range 11 Bentley, Emma (I1534)
 
1886 Lot: Space 1 and 2, Lot 434, Valleyview. Durnell, Reverend Loma Claude (I1538)
 
1887 Lot: Space 1 and 2, Lot 434, Valleyview. Pershing, Abbie Leon (I1545)
 
1888 Louise was daughter of Helene Desportes and Noel Morin. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I668&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Morin, Louise (I1011)
 
1889 Louise was the daughter of Marie Anne Paradis and Guillaume Baucher dit Morency. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I569&tree=EngPage Baucher dit Morency, Louise (I2439)
 
1890 Ludwig appears to have first settled in Hagerstown, then in Frederick County, and onto settle in Washington County, Maryland in the area now known as Sharpsburg. Agner, Ludwig (I185)
 
1891 Lyle family: The ancestry and posterity of Matthew, John, Daniel and Samuel Lyle, pioneer settlers in Virginia
by Oscar Kennett Lyle. 1912, Printed by Lecouver Press Company.
https://archive.org/details/lylefamilyancest00lyle/page/n1 
Family F1346
 
1892 Lyle family: The ancestry and posterity of Matthew, John, Daniel and Samuel Lyle, pioneer settlers in Virginia
by Oscar Kennett Lyle. 1912, Printed by Lecouver Press Company.
https://archive.org/details/lylefamilyancest00lyle/page/n1 
Family F1351
 
1893 Mabel B. Whiteford
Obituary

Mabel B. Whiteford

Mabel B. Whiteford, 98, born December 2, 1902 to William and Mildred Morgan in Hydro, OK, passed away June 1, 2001 in Everett, WA.
She and her husband, Guy, were noted for some outstanding archeological work in central Kansas prior to moving to Oregon then Washington in 1948.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Guy L. Whiteford.
Survived by her son Jay and wife Sheila Whiteford of Kailua, HI; four grandchildren Ane Black Crow of Rosebud, SD, Charla Soriano of Seattle, WA, Jack Whiteford of San Francisco, CA, Maria Reilly of Shoreline, Wa; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter.
Graveside service, Monday, June 4, 2001 at 10:00am at Evergreen Cemetery, 4504 Broadway, Everett, WA 98203.
Arrangements under the care of Evergreen Funeral Home.

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/heraldnet/obituary.aspx?n=mabel-b-whiteford&pid=17501819

With thanks to Charla Jaffee, who graciously provided this obituary. 
Morgan, Mabel Beulah (I142)
 
1894 Madeleine was the daughter of Elisabeth Charbonneau and Joseph Barbeau dit Poitevin. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I508&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Barbeau, Madeleine (I713)
 
1895 Madison County, Kentucky Marriage Records, 1790-1843
Ancestry.com

Name: Sarah Lanham
Spouse: John Sappington
Marriage Date: 13 Apr 1840 
Family F433
 
1896 Maiden name unknown, she was first married to William Pasmore, second married to Robert Edmunds. Pasmore, Rebecca (I1072)
 
1897 Maine Death Index, 1960-1997
Ancestry.com

Name: Levi H Kennedy
Death Date: 19 Jun 1964
Age: 72
Town: Augusta
Certificate: 6404794 
Kennedy, Levi Henry (I2295)
 
1898 Maine, Births And Christenings, 1739-1900
Familysearch.org

Name: Addison E. Sabean
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 28 Jun 1917
Father's Name: Nelson M. Sabean
Mother's Name: Clara Robinson
Indexing Project (batch) Number: I00603-3
System Origin: Maine-easy
Source Film Number: 10843 
Sabean, Addison Eugene (I81)
 
1899 Maine, Births And Christenings, 1739-1900
Familysearch.org

Name: Nelson Beverly Sabean
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 07 Jun 1931
Father's Name: Nelson Sabean
Mother's Name: Clara Robinson
Indexing Project (batch) Number: I00604-2
System Origin: Maine-easy
Source Film Number: 10844 
Sabean, Nelson Beverly (I85)
 
1900 Maine, Death Index, 1960-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Herbert R Peat
Death Date: 26 Nov 1972
Age: 74
Town: Bath
Certificate: 7209933 
Peat, Charles Herbert Robinson (I1996)
 
1901 Maine, Death Index, 1960-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Nina J Hughey
Death Date: 4 Nov 1977
Age: 93
Town: Jackman
Certificate: 7708910 
Shorten, Nina Junia (I3337)
 
1902 Maine, Death Records, 1761-1922
Ancestry.com
Name: Mary Ann Offen [Mary Ann Douglass]
Gender: Female
Death Date: 29 Dec 1899
Death Place: Portland, Cumberland, Maine, USA
Father: Matthew Douglass
Mother: Ann Douglass 
Douglass, Mary Ann (I2788)
 
1903 Maine, Marriage Index, 1892-1996
Ancestry.com
Name: John F Hughey
Gender: Male
Residence: Moose River, ME
Spouse's Name: Louise E Bulmer
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Residence: Jackman, ME
Marriage Date: 14 Sep 1940
Marriage Place: Maine, USA 
Family F1272
 
1904 Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907
Familysearch.org

Groom's Name: Fred L. Desjardins
Groom's Birth Date: 1888
Groom's Age: 47
Bride's Name: Regina Robinson
Bride's Birth Date: 1897
Bride's Age: 38
Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1935
Groom's Father's Name: George Desjardins
Groom's Mother's Name: Clara Carron
Bride's Father's Name: Henry W. Robinson
Bride's Mother's Name: Clara Mcphail
Indexing Project (batch) Number: I00604-1
System Origin: Maine-easy
Source Film Number: 10844 
Family F63
 
1905 Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907
Familysearch.org

Groom's Name: George Dekkin Hunt
Groom's Birth Date: 1868
Groom's Age: 25
Bride's Name: Annie Frances Robinson
Bride's Birth Date: 1873
Bride's Age: 20
Marriage Date: 29 Nov 1893
Groom's Father's Name: George Hunt
Groom's Mother's Name: Sarah Rancey
Bride's Father's Name: John Robinson
Bride's Mother's Name: Mary Ann Hogan
Indexing Project (batch) Number: I00602-0
System Origin: Maine-easy
Source Film Number: 10842 
Family F66
 
1906 Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907
Familysearch.org

Groom's Name: Reginald Roland Sabean
Groom's Birth Date: 1918
Groom's Age: 24
Bride's Name: Constance Dena Boynton
Bride's Birth Date: 1923
Bride's Age: 19
Marriage Date: 07 Feb 1942
Marriage Place: Eastport, Maine
Groom's Father's Name: Nelson Sabean
Groom's Mother's Name: Clara M. Robinson
Bride's Father's Name: Herbert C. Boynton
Bride's Mother's Name: Hilda R. Frost
Indexing Project (batch) Number: I00604-3
System Origin: Maine-easy
Source Film Number: 10844 
Family F24
 
1907 Maine, Marriages, 1771-1907
Familysearch.org

Groom's Name: William David Irelan
Groom's Birth Date: 1919
Groom's Age: 23
Bride's Name: Muriel Elaine Sabean
Bride's Birth Date: 1919
Bride's Age: 23
Marriage Date: 27 Sep 1942
Marriage Place: Eastport, Maine
Groom's Father's Name: Ellison Irelan
Groom's Mother's Name: Helen Mishelder
Bride's Father's Name: Nelson M. Sabean
Bride's Mother's Name: Clara Robinson
Indexing Project (batch) Number: I00604-3
System Origin: Maine-easy
Source Film Number: 10844 
Family F25
 
1908 Manager and Secretary for the Shamrock Lacrosse Team for four years. McKenna, Thomas Edward (I52)
 
1909 Manitoba History: 'Kootenai' Brown in the Red River Valley
by Graham A. MacDonald, Parks Canada, Calgary originally published by the Manitoba Historical Society in Autumn 1995:
http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/30/kootenaibrown.shtml 
Brown, John George (I1308)
 
1910 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca

Groom's Last Name: Durston
Groom's Given Names: Louis Charles
Bride's Last Name: Diceman
Bride's Given Names: Pearl Emmaretta
Date Of Marriage: 31/01/1912
Place Of Marriage: Dauphin
Registration Number: 1912,005160 
Family F49
 
1911 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca

Registration Number: 1906-003359
Last Name: Popplewell
Given Names: Margaret
Sex: Female
Date Of Death: 06/09/1923
Place Of Death: Siglunes 
McIntyre, Margaret (I1839)
 
1912 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca

Registration Number: 1915-1044442
Place Of Marriage: R.m. Of Coldwell
Date Of Marriage: 27/12/1915

Groom
Last Name: Popplewell
Given Names: Henry
Place Of Birth: Ontario

Bride
Last Name: Shewfelt
Given Names: Clara Elizabeth
Place Of Birth: Saskatchewan

Date Of Registration: 08/01/1916 
Family F693
 
1913 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca/

Last Name: Bates
Given Names: William Seymour
Date of Death:
Age: 87
United of Age: 15/01/1924
Sex: Male
Place of Death: Shoal Lake
Registration Number: 1924,004249
 
Bates, William Seymour (I1040)
 
1914 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca/

Registration Number: 1912-003694

Place of Marriage: Winnipeg
Date of Marriage: 18/12/1912

Personal Details
Groom
Last Name: Stelfox
Given Names: Edward
Bride
Last Name: Sier
Given Names: Frances Dorothy 
Family F78
 
1915 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca/

Registration Number: 1914-127557

Last Name: Stelfox
Given Names: Gladys Nora
Sex: Female
Date of Birth: 21/10/1914
Place of Birth: WINNIPEG
Parents Married: Yes
Mother's Marital Status: Married
Mother's Maiden Last Name: Knight
Given Names: ANNIE 
Stelfox, Gladys Nora (I4)
 
1916 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca/
Registration Number: 1925-021232

Last Name: Stilfox
Given Names: Elizabeth
Sex: Female
Date of Death: 19/05/1925
Place of Death: Winnipeg
Age At Death: 71
Units of age: Years 
Gleave, Elizabeth (I238)
 
1917 Manitoba Vital Statistics
http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca/
Registration Number: 1934-040195

Last Name: Stelfox
Given Names: Samuel
Sex: Male
Date of Death: 17/10/1934
Place of Death: WPG
Date of Birth: 25/02/1850
Age At Death: 84
Units of age: YEARS 
Stelfox, Samuel (I237)
 
1918 Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930
Ancestry.com
Name: Silas H. Lepard
Application Date: 26 May 1922
Place: Alberta, Canada
Homestead Number: 598319
Part: NW
Section: 13
Township: 56
Range: 7
Meridian: W5 
Lepard, Silas Heath (I7)
 
1919 Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada, Homestead Grant Registers, 1872-1930
Ancestry.com
Name: Silsa H. Lepard
Application Date: 9 Aug 1921
Place: Alberta, Canada
Homestead Number: 594438
Part: NW
Section: 13
Township: 56
Range: 7
Meridian: W5 
Lepard, Silas Heath (I7)
 
1920 Manuscripts & Folklife Archives at Western Kentucky University
Abstract
Finding aid and typescript for Small Collection 392. Removed from Skaggs family Bible. Records of James Skaggs, 1789-1861, and his wife, Dorothy Dunham Skaggs, b. 1789, married 1810. Pages 1-7. 
Family F649
 
1921 Manuscripts & Folklife Archives at Western Kentucky University
Abstract
Finding aid and typescript for Small Collection 392. Removed from Skaggs family Bible. Records of James Skaggs, 1789-1861, and his wife, Dorothy Dunham Skaggs, b. 1789, married 1810. Pages 1-7. 
Family F650
 
1922 Margarita lists him as being born in Illinois, United States of America in the 1920 census, after his death. McKenna, Thomas Edward (I52)
 
1923 Marguerite Picard was a daughter of Marie Antoinette Ann De Liercour and Jean Hughes Picard dit Lafortune. Alternate Family Tree Link:
http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I991&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna 
Family F159
 
1924 Marguerite Picard was a daughter of Marie Antoinette Ann De Liercour and Jean Hughes Picard dit Lafortune. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I403&tree=EngPage Family F379
 
1925 Marie Anne also married Joseph Choret. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I2639&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Loignon, Marie Anne (I552)
 
1926 Marie Anne Antoinette Pilon was the daughter of Marie Anne Brunet dit Lestang and Antoine Pilon. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I2387&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Pilon, Marie Anne Antoinette (I485)
 
1927 Marie Anne Antoinette Pilon was the daughter of Marie Anne Brunet dit Lestang and Antoine Pilon. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I485&tree=EngPage Family F891
 
1928 Marie Boisdon Voisinat and her daughter, Anne Vezina Brisson were buried on the same day, 31 Dec 1687. Family F352
 
1929 Marie Cadieux was the daughter of Jeanne Marsan dit LaPierre and Pierre Cadieu. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I463&tree=EngPage Family F889
 
1930 Marie Cadieux was the daughter of Jeanne Marsan dit LaPierre and Pierre Cadieu. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I490&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Family F189
 
1931 Marie Charlotte's biological father, Michel Chauvin, was discovered to already have a wife in France (Louise Delisle, married 10 Aug 1637) despite his marriage to her mother Anne Archambault in 1647 in Quebec. Marie Charlotte and her brother Paul were adopted by Jean Gervaise after their parents marriage was annulled (8 Oct 1650) and Anne remarried.

Resources:

Les Soeurs Archambault
http://www.migrations.fr/Femmesnouvellefrance/lesoeurs_archambault.htm 
Chauvin Gervaise, Marie Charlotte (I993)
 
1932 Marie Chaucy was killed in the Lachine Massacre. Chaucy, Marie (I555)
 
1933 Marie Guyon was the daughter of Mathurine Robin and Jean Guyon. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I2561&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Guyon, Marie (I1025)
 
1934 Marie Marguerite Gabrielle's cemetery record suggests she was born in 1921, however her baptismal certificate suggests she was born in 1920. Page, Marie Marguerite Gabrielle (I117)
 
1935 Marie Marguerite Gagnon was the daughter of Renee Madeleine Roger and Pierre Gagnon. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I2434&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Gagnon, Marie Marguerite (I1015)
 
1936 Marie Marguerite Gagnon was the daughter of Renee Madeleine Roger and Pierre Gagnon. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I1015&tree=EngPage Family F910
 
1937 Marie Menard was the daughter of Catherine Fortier and Jacques Menard dit Lafontaine. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I385&tree=EngPage Family F167
 
1938 Marie Menard was the daughter of Catherine Fortier and Jacques Menard dit Lafontaine. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I492&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Menard, Marie (I385)
 
1939 Marie Rose Delorme Smith notes in her memoirs that Olive attended the same convent for education at Saint Boniface (Assumed in Manitoba). The current building wasn't begin until 1845, and the Nuns themselves weren't said to be onsite before 1844, but eventually ran education and a boarding school.

Le Musée de St. Boniface Museum
http://msbm.mb.ca/

Grey Nuns' Convent National Historic Site of Canada
494 Tache Avenue, St. Boniface, Manitoba, R2H, Canada
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=7420

Manitoba Historical Society: Grey Nun's Convent
http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/sites/stbonifacemuseum.shtml 
Lyonnais dit Daunais dit Doney, Olive (I1307)
 
1940 Marks Family Tree:
https://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=tripm&id=I22929 
Family F180
 
1941 Marriage confirmed in the Book of Documents of the City of Boston for the Year of 1883, Volume III, Page 224.
Robert Edmunds and Rebecca Pasmore were married by Reverend Cotton Mather on 26 Mar 1695.
Google Books: http://books.google.ca/books?id=P4qsrYWJJfYC 
Family F416
 
1942 Marriage record notes he was from Walsh, Cypress, Alberta, Canada. Demares, Mack Stanley (I2117)
 
1943 Marriage Registry for Rose Bentley and Arthur Frederick Davis in 1897, signed by Alexander Scott Walker and Alice Bentley as witnesses. Family F669
 
1944 Marriage rites were completed at Saint Matthew's Presbyterian Church which stood from 1858-1890. Geocode location: 45.4818595, -73.5560801. Family F707
 
1945 Marriage rites were completed at Victoria Presbyterian Church which stood from 1893-1899. Family F708
 
1946 Marriage was witnessed by Amney Sappington and husband George N Jones, sister-in-law and brother to the Groom. Family F382
 
1947 Marriage was witnessed by Cornelius Hart. Family F883
 
1948 Marriage: The Kemp, Turner, and Roberts Families on Little Silver Creek Washington Parish, Louisiana: the Story of Three Pioneer Families of early Louisiana. Their Ancestors and Progeny. Written and compiled by E. Russ Williams, of Monroe, Louisiana.
Published by Williams Genealogical Publications, 1992, 514 Cole Avenue, Monroe, Louisiana.
Roberts Family Part IV, pages 475-846.

The Roberts family came from Pembroke via Bristol, England, to Virginia as a glove maker on a four year indenture signed on about 11 August or 8 November 1658. After his freedom about 1662, he lived in Henrico County, Virginia. 
Roberts, Bartholomew (I2957)
 
1949 Martha died before the 1880 US Census was taken, when her widowed husband and two young sons are listed living with her brother Benjamin and her mother. Bickers, Martha E (I2067)
 
1950 Marthe Rainville was the daughter of Roline Poete and Paul Rainville. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I691&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Rainville, Marthe (I855)
 
1951 Mary and Robert both confirm they were born in Ireland, despite our initial belief that the family was from England. Anyone with further information on this line is encouraged to contact us. Scott (I1808)
 
1952 Mary does not appear on the 1841 Census with her parents. Estimated date of death before 1841. Bentley, Mary (I1734)
 
1953 Mary Goodyear was aboard the 'Phantom Ship' in 1646 under Captain George Lamberton. The ship disappeared along with all passengers.
Two years after this occurrence, Mary's husband Stephen Goodyear remarried to Captain George Lamberton's widow, Margaret Lewen Lamberton. 
Mary (I950)
 
1954 Mary's middle name 'Wolfenden' is confirmed by her daughter Mary Ann Walker's 1889 marriage record to James Nickle. Scott, Mary Wolfenden (I1799)
 
1955 Maryland Births and Christenings, 1650-1995
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Name: John Posey
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 30 Jul 1685
Birthplace: Charles, Maryland
Father's Name: John Posey
Mother's Name: Susanna 
Posey, John II (I3623)
 
1956 Maryland Births and Christenings, 1650-1995
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Name: Morris Baker
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1731
Birthplace: St Paul Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
Father's Name: Zebediah Baker
Mother's Name: Keturah 
Baker, Maurice Morris III (I3388)
 
1957 Maryland Births and Christenings, 1650-1995
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Name: Returah Peticoate
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 05 Feb 1706
Christening Place: Saint Annes Parish, Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland
Father's Name: John Peticoate
Mother's Name: Sarah 
Peddicort, Keturah (I3391)
 
1958 Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970
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Name: Peter Ester
Spouse's Name: Elisabeth Kebber
Event Date: 31 Jul 1779
Event Place: Washington, Maryland 
Family F406
 
1959 Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970
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Name: Thomas Mc Atee
Spouse's Name: Sarah Maddox
Event Date: 03 Nov 1778
Event Place: Prince Georges, Maryland 
Family F1232
 
1960 Maryland Marriages, 1666-1970
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Name: William Baker
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth Ffloyd
Event Date: 10 Jan 1705
Event Place: Anne Arundel Circuit Of The Methodist Episcopal Church, Anne Arundel, Maryland 
Family F1186
 
1961 Maryland, Births and Christenings Index, 1662-1911
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Name: Margaret Ward
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 2 Feb 1784
Birth Place: Saint James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, Baltimore, Marylanad
Father's Name: John Ward
Mother's name: Elizabeth
FHL Film Number: 14451 
Ward, Margaret (I2390)
 
1962 Maryland, Births and Christenings Index, 1662-1911
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Name: Johannes Oster
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 28 May 1780
Christening Date: 16 Sep 1780
Christening Age: 0
Christening Place: Salem German Reformed Church, Conococheague District, Washington, Maryland
Father's Name: Peter Oster
Mother's Name: Anna Elisabetha
FHL Film Number 14145 
Oster, Johannes (I1020)
 
1963 Maryland, Compiled Marriages, 1655-1850
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Name: Ann Herrington
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 20 Jul 1749
Spouse: Thomas Lawson
County: Baltimore County 
Family F842
 
1964 Maryland, Compiled Marriages, 1655-1850
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Name: Robert Buckler
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 10 Jan 1778
Spouse: Anna Bullock
State: Maryland
County: Saint Mary's 
Family F900
 
1965 Mason County, Kentucky, Marriage Index, 1804-1860
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Name: Emily Warder
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 9 Apr 1833
Marriage Place: Mason, Kentucky, USA
Spouse: John Morris
Comments: Joseph Warder, B. Ann Warder, W. Walter Warder, F. 
Family F116
 
1966 Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003
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Name: Helen M Shields
Certificate: 003028
Death Place: Boston
Death Date: 16 Apr 1980
Birth Place: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 3 Apr 1900 
Shields, Helen Marguerite (I2928)
 
1967 Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003
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Name: Merton Shields
Certificate: 040834
Death Place: Quincy
Death Date: 7 Aug 1991
Birth Place: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 14 Mar 1898 
Shields, Merton Randolph (I2927)
 
1968 Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003
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Name: Walter E Phelps
Certificate: 032742
Death Place: Cambridge
Death Date: 20 Jun 1986
Birth Place: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 15 Nov 1902 
Phelps, Walter Edmund (I2898)
 
1969 Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915
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Name: John F. Mckenna
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 15 Apr 1900
Event Place: Worcester, Massachusetts
Residence Place: Worcester
Gender: Male
Age: 44
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Stone Cutter
Birthplace: Pittsfield
Birth Year (Estimated): 1856
Burial Place: Worcester
Father's Name: Patrick Mckenna
Father's Birthplace: Ire.
Mother's Name: Bridget
Mother's Birthplace: Ire.
Reference ID 541-684
GS Film number 1843728
Digital Folder Number 4289813
Image Number 562 
McKenna, John Francis (I2998)
 
1970 Massachusetts Marriages, 1695-1910
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Event Date: 14 Jul 1743
Event Place: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts 
Family F956
 
1971 Massachusetts, Birth Index, 1860-1970
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Name: Gladys Althea Wing
Birth Date: 1911
Birth Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 599
Page Number: 765
Index Volume Number: 91
Reference Number: F63.M362 v.91 
Wing, Gladys Althea (I2920)
 
1972 Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915
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Name: Chauncy Edward Aitchison
Birth Date: 1914
Birth Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Father: Aitchison 
Aitchison, Chauncey Edward (I2877)
 
1973 Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915
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Name: Stewart Robert Farley
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 4 Aug 1889
Birth Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Father: William Farley
Mother: Isabel 
Farley, Stewart Robert (I2854)
 
1974 Massachusetts, Births And Christenings, 1639-1915
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Name: Sarah Allyn
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 01 May 1692
Birthplace: Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts
Father's Name: Edward Allyn
Mother's Name: Mary Or Mercy
Indexing Project (batch) Number: C50172-2
System Origin: Massachusetts-odm
Gs Film Number: 186146 
Allen, Sarah (I934)
 
1975 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Chauncey Beach Phelps
Death Date: 1940
Death Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 23
Page Number: 346
Index Volume Number: 98
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.98 
Phelps, Chauncey Beach (I2890)
 
1976 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Mary C Shields
Death Date: 1936
Death Place: Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 84
Page Number: 186
Index Volume Number: 99
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.99 
Farley, Mary Clarinda (I2868)
 
1977 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Annie Gertrude Phelps
Death Date: 1929
Death Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 68
Page Number: 295
Index Volume Number: 86
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.86 
Phelps, Annie Gertrude (I2895)
 
1978 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: C Edward Aitchison
Death Date: 1970
Death Place: Newton, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 80
Page Number: 432
Index Volume Number: 136/137
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.136/137 
Aitchison, Chauncey Edward (I2877)
 
1979 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Christena Magown
Death Date: 1920
Death Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 93
Page Number: 424
Index Volume Number: 70
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.70 
Farley, Christena Catherine (I2866)
 
1980 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Emily Jeanette Chick
Death Date: 1918
Death Place: Malden, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 70
Page Number: 319
Index Volume Number: 67
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.67 
Offen, Emily Jeanette (I2785)
 
1981 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: George E Phelps
Death Date: 1926
Death Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 75
Page Number: 571
Index Volume Number: 86
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.86 
Phelps, George (I2887)
 
1982 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Herbert Bruce Magown
Death Date: 1938
Death Place: Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 57
Page Number: 101
Index Volume Number: 97
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.97 
Magown, Herbert Bruce (I2908)
 
1983 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: I Oscar Chick
Death Date: 1969
Death Place: Lowell, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 83 61
Page Number: 373
Index Volume Number: 136/137
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.136/137 
Chick, Private Oscar Wellington (I2784)
 
1984 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Lillian Beatrice Magown
Death Date: 1923
Death Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 76
Page Number: 491
Index Volume Number: 78
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.78 
Magown, Lillian Beatrice (I2911)
 
1985 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Sarah Ann Phelps
Death Date: 1931
Death Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 74
Page Number: 39
Index Volume Number: 92
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.92 
Farley, Sarah Ann (I2864)
 
1986 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Thomas M Huston
Death Date: 1926
Death Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 1
Page Number: 344
Index Volume Number: 84
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.84 
Huston, Thomas Martin (I2772)
 
1987 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: Thomas Malcolm Phelps
Death Date: 1940
Death Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 12
Page Number: 385
Index Volume Number: 98
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.98 
Phelps, Thomas Malcom (I2892)
 
1988 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: William Arthur Magown
Death Date: 1929
Death Place: Westborough, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 83
Page Number: 39
Index Volume Number: 84
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.84 
Magown, William Arthur (I2909)
 
1989 Massachusetts, Death Index, 1901-1980
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Name: William Marshall Magown
Death Date: 1923
Death Place: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA
Volume Number: 76
Page Number: 263
Index Volume Number: 78
Reference Number: F63.M363 v.78 
Magown, William Marshall (I2865)
 
1990 Massachusetts, Marriage Index, 1901-1955 and 1966-1970
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Name: Gladys Althea Wing
Marriage Year: 1929
Marriage Place: Mansfield, Massachusetts, USA
Index Volume Number: 105
Reference Number: F63.M36 v.105

Name: Francis Bernard Wyckoff
Marriage Year: 1929
Marriage Place: Mansfield, Massachusetts, USA
Index Volume Number: 105
Reference Number: F63.M36 v.105 
Family F1123
 
1991 Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915
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Name: Mary Kate Long
Age: 24
Birth Year: abt 1886
Birth Place: Openhall, N F D
Marriage Date: 5 Feb 1910
Marriage Place: Newton, Massachusetts, USA
Father: John Long
Mother: Kate Joey
Spouse: Walter Thomas Aitchison 
Family F1105
 
1992 Massachusetts, Marriages, 1633-1850
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Name: John Darling
Gender: Male
Spouse: Lois Gowing
Marriage Date: 5 Apr 1722
City: Lynn
County: Essex
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0877736-0877737. 
Family F436
 
1993 Massachusetts, Marriages, 1633-1850
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Name: Edward Allen
Gender: Male
Spouse: Sarah Kimball
Marriage Date: 24 Nov 1658
City: Ipswich
County: Essex
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0777636. 
Family F353
 
1994 Matthew (I) Talbot Gentleman 1699 - 1758 By Ann Talbot Brandon Womack and Farris W. Womack July 2000
Revised Summer 2009
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~fww/matthew1.html
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~fww/talbot_I.html 
Talbot, Colonel Mathew (I2731)
 
1995 Matthew Crone
Illinois, Cook County Birth Registers
Name Matthew Crone
Birth Date 02 Jan 1877
Birthplace Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender Male
Father's Name Henry Crone
Mother's Name Margaret Hauster

Note that Parents names are misspelled 
Krohne, Mathias (I527)
 
1996 Medals: Bronze Star, Purple Heart.
https://www.fold3.com/page/529966341-john-mcmeel-jr 
McMeel, Private John Patrick II (I2035)
 
1997 Metis Script Notes from Library and Archives of Canada:

Brown, John George; for his three deceased children: George, born: 1871 at Wood Mountain, died: 1874; Marie Rose, born: 1873 at Wood Mountain, died: 1874; Ellen, born: 1875 at Wild Hen Lake, died: 1875; address: Waterton Lake, Yarrow Post Office., Alberta; claim no. 1575; father: John George Brown (Whiteman); mother: Olive Lyonnais (Métis); file ref. 964791 = Brown, John George; au nom de ses trois enfants décédés: George, né: en 1871 à mont Wood, décédé: en 1874; Marie Rose, née: en 1873 à mont Wood, décédée: en 1874; Ellen, née: en 1875 à Wild Hen Lake, décédée: en 1875; résidence: Waterton Lake, Yarrow P.O., Alberta; no de réclamation 1575; père: John George Brown (homme blanc); mère: Olive Lyonnais (Métisse); dossier 964791.

Brown, Leo; address: St. Albert; claim no. 2759; born: 12 October, 1878 at St. Albert; father: John George Brown (Whiteman); mother: Olive Lyonnais (Métis); file ref. 991314 = Brown, Léo; résidence: Saint Albert; no de réclamation 2759; né: le 12 octobre, 1878 à Saint Albert; père: John George Brown (homme blanc); mère: Olive Lyonnais (Métisse); dossier 99131

ORDER FROM JOHN G. BROWN, RE SCRIP OF HIS DECEASED WIFE OLIVE LYONNAIS. 1904-1905. File.
RG15-D-II-1. Volume/box number: 950. File number: 964793. Copied container number: T-14539.
Textual material. [Access: Open]. Government.
Finding aid number: 15-5
BROWN JOHN G.  
Family F592
 
1998 Michael is listed as a Grocer and Merchant through out his life. His death certificate lists him as a retired Merchant. McKenna, Michael Joseph (I49)
 
1999 Michel Prezeau was killed in the Lachine Massacre. Prezeau, Michel (I556)
 
2000 Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996
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Name: Kenneth M Collins
Birth Date: 14 Dec 1900
Death Date: 20 Aug 1983
Gender: Male
Residence: Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan
Place of Death: Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan 
Collins, Kenneth Merle (I557)
 

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