Notes


Tree:  

Matches 201 to 250 of 50,571

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 1012» Next»

   Notes   Linked to 
201

From the Jewish Traveler


....... Return to Via San Sebastiano and turn left (here it is called Via di Cavana) and right on Via San Giorgio. At Piazza Hortis, stop to see the bronze sculpture of Svevo in front of his beloved public library. Then continue on Via San Giorgio to reach the Revoltella Museum Gallery of Modern Art (27 Via Diaz; 39-40-675-4350), housed in what was once the palazzo of Baron Revoltella. The works of FIVE JEWS are displayed prominently: Arturo Nathan (1891-1944), GINO PARIN born Federico Pollack (1876-1944), Vittorio (Haim) Bolaffio (1883-1931), Arturo Rietti (1863-1943) and Isidoro Gruenhut (1862-1898).

The Jewish cemetery, dating back to 1843, is in the southern part of the city (4 Via della Pace). In death, as in life, Trieste's wealthiest families, including the Morpurgos, are housed in lavish structures. On the site is a Holocaust memorial, twin pillars of stone inscribed with area victims names. Interred in the cemetery are Elio Schmitz (the brother of Svevo) and Umberto Beniamino Steindler, the ship captain who, during the 1930s, brought 150,000 Jews to safety in Haifa. 
Parin, Gino (I272008482350)
 
202

From TNGENWEB.ORG

BUCKNER ABERNATHY born ca 1759(?), buried Old Abernathy Cemetery, Giles County, Tennessee (Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Daughters of the American Revolution, Refs 57 and 59 and ) Buckner ABERNATHY?S Revolutionary War Service has not yet been confirmed. He is not found on the 1812 Giles County Tax List, but a Buckner ABERNATHY is on p. 22 of the 1820 Giles County census with one male over 45 and one female over 45 in the household (with others). The 1830 census has not been checked, but Buckner is apparently the B. ABERNATHY in the 1840 Giles County Census, p. 121 with one adult male 80-90 in the household (among others). In 1850, Buckner ABERNATHY is age 91 (born ca 1759), Virginia, in District 16, HH110. Frances THOMAS (female), age 55, North Carolina, is also in the household.

Buckner is thought to have been the son of John B. ABERNATHY who died testate, his will dated 17 Feb 1812, and recorded in Brunswick County, Virginia (Will Book 8, page 79):
In the name of God Amen-

I John ABERNATHY serv. (?) of the county of Brunswick now in tolerable health and perfect memory do this 17th day of February, in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and twelve do make and publish this my last will and testament in the following manner (Viz.) I give my son John ABERNATHY twenty five pounds per year during my residence with him for my board and clothing. If there is not money sufficient at my death to pay John ABERNATHY above mentioned then my desire is that he shall sell my land pay himself in full the balance that may be due him for my board and clothing and my desire is that my executor divide the residue of my estate between my children (except Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL, and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS, which I shall hereafter mention). I then give and bequeath one proportion to my son Frederick ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. Also to John ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Robert ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Buckner ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Joshua ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Smith ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. I also give to children first mentioned meaning Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS fifteen shillings to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever. I constitute and appoint John ABERNATHY executor to this my last will and testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year before mentioned.

John Abernathy

Acknowledged in presence of
Jesse Peterson
Richard Stith
Rawleigh H. Abernathy

Proved on ________________.

(S. Lepow, Brunswick County, VAGenWeb)
No marriage has been located for Buckner (although see below), but among the Abernathy marriages in Brunswick County, Virginia are those of Charles to Elizabeth DAVENPORT, 14 Oct 1786; Jensey to John CAIN, 1 Dec 1786; Silvy to Reuel (Revel?) LEWIS, 07 Aug 1787; Harbert to Susanna HARWELL, 22 Dec 1788; Patsey to Benager SEXTON, 04 Feb 1790, Nancy to Rowley [Rawleigh?] BROWN, 23 Dec 1790; Jarrard to Anney SADLER, 09 Jan 1794; Frederick to Milly DAVENPORT, 13 Feb 1795; Alice to Lewis KELLEY, 19 Nov 1795; Martha to Davis BROWN, 23 Nov 1795; Henry to Rebecca FIRTH, 15 Dec 1796; Jane [Jenny?] to John DAVIS, 08 Dec 1798; Nancy to John SCOGGIN, 18 Dec 1798; Rebecca to John DIXON, 07 Feb 1799; and Catherine to Robert LUCY, 22 Oct 1799 (marriage index ? records not viewed).

There are four early DAR applications for Buckner ABNERNATHY:

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 75, page 208. Mrs. Elise ABERNATHY McElwee. DAR ID Number: 74562 Born in Pulaski, Tenn. Wife of H. Q. MCELWEE. Descendant of Buckner Abernathy, James Boone, and Lieut. James Holland. Daughter of William Lane Abernathy (b. 1859) and Leonora Pointer (b. 1865), his wife, m. 1883. Granddaughter of Wyatt Hooper Abernathy (b. 1822) and Elizabeth M. Lane (1831-1901), his wife; Samuel Pointer (1830-81) and Cynthia Rhodes Holland (1831-71), his wife. See No. 74561. Gr-granddaughter of John Revere Abernathy (1788-1844) and Cynthia Boone (b. 1790), his wife, m. 1810. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Buckner Abernathy and Hulda Revere, his wife; James Boon and Elizabeth Bryan (1740-1850), his wife. Buckner Abernathy (1745-1850) served as a private in Captain Wallace?s company, 2nd Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Giles County, Tenn. James Boone (1735-1805) served as a private in Captain Bailey?s company, Col. Abraham Shepard?s 10th North Carolina regiment. He was born in North Carolina.

BUCKNER ABERNATHY The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97, page 193 Miss Mary Lou Abernathy. DAR ID Number: 96621 Born in Giles County, Tenn. Descendant of Buckner Abernathy, and of James Boone, as follows: 1. Wyatt Harper Abernathy (1822-1901) m. 2nd 1858 Elizabeth M. Lowe (d. 1901). 2. John Rivers Abernathy (1788-1844) m. 1810 Cynthia Boone (1790-1854). 3. Buckner Abernathy m. 1779 Hulda Rivers (1755-1850); James Boone m. 1770 Elizabeth Bryan (1740-1800). Buckner Abernathy (1745-1850) served as a private in Capt. Wallace?s company, 2nd Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Giles County, Tenn. James Boone (1735-1805) served as a private in Captain Bailey?s company, Col. Abraham Shepard?s 10th North Carolina regiment. He was born in North Carolina.

BUCKNER ABERNATHY The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99, page 274 Mrs. Ballie Lewis Riddle. DAR ID Number: 98866 Born in Pulaski, Tenn. Wife of George T. Riddle. Descendant of Buckner Abernathy, and of James Boone, as follows: 1. William G. Lewis (1829-94) m. 1852 Cynthia Adeline Abernathy (1834-64). 2. John Rovers Abernathy (1788-1844) m. 1810 Cynthia Boone (1790-1854). 3. Buckner Abernathy m. 1787 Hulda Rivers (1755-1835); James Boone m. 1770 Elizabeth Bryan (1740-1800). Buckner Abernathy (1745-1850) served as private in Captain Wallace?s company, 2nd Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Giles County, Tenn. James Boone (1735-1805) served as private in Capt. Bradley?s company, Col. Abraham Shepard?s 10th North Carolina regiment. He was born and married in North Carolina.

BUCKNER ABERNATHY The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103, page 229 Mrs. Louise Abernathy Orchard. DAR ID Number: 102742 Born in Pulaski, Tenn. Wife of Joseph Orchard. Descendant of Buckner Abernathy and of James Boone, as follows: 1. Hyatt S. Abernathy (b. 1857) m. 1878 Elizabeth Martin (b. 1857). 2. William Thomas Abernathy (d. 1862) m. 1853 Elizabeth Franklin (b. 1836). 3. John Rivers Abernathy (1788-1844) m. 1810 Cynthia Boone (1790-1854). 4. Buckner Abernathy m. 1787 Hulda Rivers (1755-1835); James Boone m. 1770 Elizabeth Bryan (1740-1800). Buckner Abernathy (1745-1850) served as a private in Captain Wallace?s company, 2nd Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Giles County, Tenn. James Boone (1735-1805) was a private in Captain Bradley?s company, Col. Abraham Shepard?s 10th North Carolina regiment, 1776-82. He was born in North Carolina and was married there.
 
Abernathy, Sylvia (I543656258)
 
203

From TNGENWEB.ORG

BUCKNER ABERNATHY born ca 1759(?), buried Old Abernathy Cemetery, Giles County, Tennessee (Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Daughters of the American Revolution, Refs 57 and 59 and ) Buckner ABERNATHY?S Revolutionary War Service has not yet been confirmed. He is not found on the 1812 Giles County Tax List, but a Buckner ABERNATHY is on p. 22 of the 1820 Giles County census with one male over 45 and one female over 45 in the household (with others). The 1830 census has not been checked, but Buckner is apparently the B. ABERNATHY in the 1840 Giles County Census, p. 121 with one adult male 80-90 in the household (among others). In 1850, Buckner ABERNATHY is age 91 (born ca 1759), Virginia, in District 16, HH110. Frances THOMAS (female), age 55, North Carolina, is also in the household.

Buckner is thought to have been the son of John B. ABERNATHY who died testate, his will dated 17 Feb 1812, and recorded in Brunswick County, Virginia (Will Book 8, page 79):
In the name of God Amen-

I John ABERNATHY serv. (?) of the county of Brunswick now in tolerable health and perfect memory do this 17th day of February, in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and twelve do make and publish this my last will and testament in the following manner (Viz.) I give my son John ABERNATHY twenty five pounds per year during my residence with him for my board and clothing. If there is not money sufficient at my death to pay John ABERNATHY above mentioned then my desire is that he shall sell my land pay himself in full the balance that may be due him for my board and clothing and my desire is that my executor divide the residue of my estate between my children (except Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL, and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS, which I shall hereafter mention). I then give and bequeath one proportion to my son Frederick ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. Also to John ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Robert ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Buckner ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Joshua ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Smith ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. I also give to children first mentioned meaning Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS fifteen shillings to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever. I constitute and appoint John ABERNATHY executor to this my last will and testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year before mentioned.

John Abernathy

Acknowledged in presence of
Jesse Peterson
Richard Stith
Rawleigh H. Abernathy

Proved on ________________.

(S. Lepow, Brunswick County, VAGenWeb)
No marriage has been located for Buckner (although see below), but among the Abernathy marriages in Brunswick County, Virginia are those of Charles to Elizabeth DAVENPORT, 14 Oct 1786; Jensey to John CAIN, 1 Dec 1786; Silvy to Reuel (Revel?) LEWIS, 07 Aug 1787; Harbert to Susanna HARWELL, 22 Dec 1788; Patsey to Benager SEXTON, 04 Feb 1790, Nancy to Rowley [Rawleigh?] BROWN, 23 Dec 1790; Jarrard to Anney SADLER, 09 Jan 1794; Frederick to Milly DAVENPORT, 13 Feb 1795; Alice to Lewis KELLEY, 19 Nov 1795; Martha to Davis BROWN, 23 Nov 1795; Henry to Rebecca FIRTH, 15 Dec 1796; Jane [Jenny?] to John DAVIS, 08 Dec 1798; Nancy to John SCOGGIN, 18 Dec 1798; Rebecca to John DIXON, 07 Feb 1799; and Catherine to Robert LUCY, 22 Oct 1799 (marriage index ? records not viewed).

 
Abernathy, Frederick F (I543655469)
 
204

From TNGENWEB.ORG

BUCKNER ABERNATHY born ca 1759(?), buried Old Abernathy Cemetery, Giles County, Tennessee (Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Daughters of the American Revolution, Refs 57 and 59 and ) Buckner ABERNATHY?S Revolutionary War Service has not yet been confirmed. He is not found on the 1812 Giles County Tax List, but a Buckner ABERNATHY is on p. 22 of the 1820 Giles County census with one male over 45 and one female over 45 in the household (with others). The 1830 census has not been checked, but Buckner is apparently the B. ABERNATHY in the 1840 Giles County Census, p. 121 with one adult male 80-90 in the household (among others). In 1850, Buckner ABERNATHY is age 91 (born ca 1759), Virginia, in District 16, HH110. Frances THOMAS (female), age 55, North Carolina, is also in the household.

Buckner is thought to have been the son of John B. ABERNATHY who died testate, his will dated 17 Feb 1812, and recorded in Brunswick County, Virginia (Will Book 8, page 79):
In the name of God Amen-

I John ABERNATHY serv. (?) of the county of Brunswick now in tolerable health and perfect memory do this 17th day of February, in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and twelve do make and publish this my last will and testament in the following manner (Viz.) I give my son John ABERNATHY twenty five pounds per year during my residence with him for my board and clothing. If there is not money sufficient at my death to pay John ABERNATHY above mentioned then my desire is that he shall sell my land pay himself in full the balance that may be due him for my board and clothing and my desire is that my executor divide the residue of my estate between my children (except Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL, and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS, which I shall hereafter mention). I then give and bequeath one proportion to my son Frederick ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. Also to John ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Robert ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Buckner ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Joshua ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Smith ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. I also give to children first mentioned meaning Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS fifteen shillings to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever. I constitute and appoint John ABERNATHY executor to this my last will and testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year before mentioned.

John Abernathy

Acknowledged in presence of
Jesse Peterson
Richard Stith
Rawleigh H. Abernathy

Proved on ________________.

(S. Lepow, Brunswick County, VAGenWeb)
No marriage has been located for Buckner (although see below), but among the Abernathy marriages in Brunswick County, Virginia are those of Charles to Elizabeth DAVENPORT, 14 Oct 1786; Jensey to John CAIN, 1 Dec 1786; Silvy to Reuel (Revel?) LEWIS, 07 Aug 1787; Harbert to Susanna HARWELL, 22 Dec 1788; Patsey to Benager SEXTON, 04 Feb 1790, Nancy to Rowley [Rawleigh?] BROWN, 23 Dec 1790; Jarrard to Anney SADLER, 09 Jan 1794; Frederick to Milly DAVENPORT, 13 Feb 1795; Alice to Lewis KELLEY, 19 Nov 1795; Martha to Davis BROWN, 23 Nov 1795; Henry to Rebecca FIRTH, 15 Dec 1796; Jane [Jenny?] to John DAVIS, 08 Dec 1798; Nancy to John SCOGGIN, 18 Dec 1798; Rebecca to John DIXON, 07 Feb 1799; and Catherine to Robert LUCY, 22 Oct 1799 (marriage index ? records not viewed).


 
Abernathy, Nancy (I1809003343)
 
205

From TNGENWEB.ORG

BUCKNER ABERNATHY born ca 1759(?), buried Old Abernathy Cemetery, Giles County, Tennessee (Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Daughters of the American Revolution, Refs 57 and 59 and ) Buckner ABERNATHY?S Revolutionary War Service has not yet been confirmed. He is not found on the 1812 Giles County Tax List, but a Buckner ABERNATHY is on p. 22 of the 1820 Giles County census with one male over 45 and one female over 45 in the household (with others). The 1830 census has not been checked, but Buckner is apparently the B. ABERNATHY in the 1840 Giles County Census, p. 121 with one adult male 80-90 in the household (among others). In 1850, Buckner ABERNATHY is age 91 (born ca 1759), Virginia, in District 16, HH110. Frances THOMAS (female), age 55, North Carolina, is also in the household.

Buckner is thought to have been the son of John B. ABERNATHY who died testate, his will dated 17 Feb 1812, and recorded in Brunswick County, Virginia (Will Book 8, page 79):
In the name of God Amen-

I John ABERNATHY serv. (?) of the county of Brunswick now in tolerable health and perfect memory do this 17th day of February, in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and twelve do make and publish this my last will and testament in the following manner (Viz.) I give my son John ABERNATHY twenty five pounds per year during my residence with him for my board and clothing. If there is not money sufficient at my death to pay John ABERNATHY above mentioned then my desire is that he shall sell my land pay himself in full the balance that may be due him for my board and clothing and my desire is that my executor divide the residue of my estate between my children (except Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL, and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS, which I shall hereafter mention). I then give and bequeath one proportion to my son Frederick ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. Also to John ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Robert ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Buckner ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Joshua ABERNATHY, to him and his heirs forever. To Smith ABERNATHY, to him and heirs forever. I also give to children first mentioned meaning Charles ABERNATHY, the heirs of Ann HARWELL and the heirs of Jenny DAVIS fifteen shillings to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever. I constitute and appoint John ABERNATHY executor to this my last will and testament whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year before mentioned.

John Abernathy

Acknowledged in presence of
Jesse Peterson
Richard Stith
Rawleigh H. Abernathy

Proved on ________________.

(S. Lepow, Brunswick County, VAGenWeb)
No marriage has been located for Buckner (although see below), but among the Abernathy marriages in Brunswick County, Virginia are those of Charles to Elizabeth DAVENPORT, 14 Oct 1786; Jensey to John CAIN, 1 Dec 1786; Silvy to Reuel (Revel?) LEWIS, 07 Aug 1787; Harbert to Susanna HARWELL, 22 Dec 1788; Patsey to Benager SEXTON, 04 Feb 1790, Nancy to Rowley [Rawleigh?] BROWN, 23 Dec 1790; Jarrard to Anney SADLER, 09 Jan 1794; Frederick to Milly DAVENPORT, 13 Feb 1795; Alice to Lewis KELLEY, 19 Nov 1795; Martha to Davis BROWN, 23 Nov 1795; Henry to Rebecca FIRTH, 15 Dec 1796; Jane [Jenny?] to John DAVIS, 08 Dec 1798; Nancy to John SCOGGIN, 18 Dec 1798; Rebecca to John DIXON, 07 Feb 1799; and Catherine to Robert LUCY, 22 Oct 1799 (marriage index ? records not viewed).

 
Abernathy, Elizabeth Catherine (I1808754380)
 
206

From: A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
By: Royal Ralph Hinman




ABERNETHE, (Ebernethe, Ebernathe, Ebernatha,) WILLIAM, a Scotchman, was early in Connecticut, first at Branford, and from thence to Wallingford. He first married Sarah Feb. 17, 1673, and married Elizabeth for his second wife. His children at Wallingford, were Elizabeth, b. Oct. 15, 1673; William, Jr., b. July 23, 1675; Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1677 ; Mary, b. March 27, 1679? 80; Samuel, b. Jan. 10, 1683, d. March 14, 1723 ; Daniel, b. Sept. 30, 1686,d. Oct. 31, 1723; Susannah, b. July 18, 1689; Damaris, daughter of William and Sarah, b. Aug. 31, l7._.

ABERNETHE, SAMUEL,-son of William, Sen., married Elizabeth Peck, Aug. 10, 1710; issue, Abraham, b. March 1, 1712; probably others.

ABERNETHE, WILLIAM, Jr., and wife Mary, had children, Sarah, b. Dec. 15, 1705; Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1710; Ann, b. June '7, 1706; John, b. Feb. 27, 1708; Susannah, b. April 28, 1712; Joseph, b. June 20, 1714; Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 17?; John, b. ? Jemima, daughter of William and Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1702; perhaps others.

ABERNATHE, ENOS, of Wallingford, married Beulah, and had issue: Samuel, b. May 5, 1738; Naomi, b. Oct. 6, 1739; Benjamin, b. Aug. 13. 1741 ; 2d Samuel, d. April 11, 1742, and Benjamin, d. Jan. 3,1741?2; Naomi, d. June 2, 1742; 2d Naomi, d. Jan. 4, 1743; 2d Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1744; Beulah, b. March 28, 1746; Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1748.

SUSANNAH, daughter of ?-?, m. Samuel Yale, March 11, 1736. SARAH ABERNETHE, m. Thomas Doolittle, (by Capt. Yale,) May 27, 1730. ELIZABETH EBENETHE, was m. by Capt. Hall, to Wm. Hough, Dec. 14, 1726. SUSANNA ABERNETHA, m. George Merriman, Jan. 8, 1713. JEMlMA,daughter of ?'illiam, Jr., and Mary, in. John Curtis, June 17,1723. ELIZABETH ABERNATHA, m. John Ward, May 11,1736. MARTHA ABERNATHA, m. Job Brockett, Feb. 27, 1750?1, by Rev. Philemon Robbins. ABIGAIL ABERNATHA, m. Robert Collins, May 4, 1736. ANNA d. Nov. 23,1726. JOHN, son of William and hiary Abernatha, ? was struck dead, by thunder,? 810. May 12, 1727. WILLIAM EBERNATHA, d. Feb. 17, 1728. .JESSE ABERNETHE, d. Dec. 2, 1741. JARED, son of Caleb, m. Lois Thompson, daughter of Dea. Gideon, of Goshen, May 26, 1766, and had a son Cyrus, b. there, June 11, 1767. \VAITE ABERNETHE and DAMARIS ABE RNETHE witnessed the will of Mathew Bel]amy, of Wallirégrford, in 1744. 
Abernethy, Samuel (I1191199024)
 
207

From: A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
By: Royal Ralph Hinman




ABERNETHE, (Ebernethe, Ebernathe, Ebernatha,) WILLIAM, a Scotchman, was early in Connecticut, first at Branford, and from thence to Wallingford. He first married Sarah Feb. 17, 1673, and married Elizabeth for his second wife. His children at Wallingford, were Elizabeth, b. Oct. 15, 1673; William, Jr., b. July 23, 1675; Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1677 ; Mary, b. March 27, 1679? 80; Samuel, b. Jan. 10, 1683, d. March 14, 1723 ; Daniel, b. Sept. 30, 1686,d. Oct. 31, 1723; Susannah, b. July 18, 1689; Damaris, daughter of William and Sarah, b. Aug. 31, l7._.

ABERNETHE, SAMUEL,-son of William, Sen., married Elizabeth Peck, Aug. 10, 1710; issue, Abraham, b. March 1, 1712; probably others.

ABERNETHE, WILLIAM, Jr., and wife Mary, had children, Sarah, b. Dec. 15, 1705; Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1710; Ann, b. June '7, 1706; John, b. Feb. 27, 1708; Susannah, b. April 28, 1712; Joseph, b. June 20, 1714; Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 17?; John, b. ? Jemima, daughter of William and Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1702; perhaps others.

ABERNATHE, ENOS, of Wallingford, married Beulah, and had issue: Samuel, b. May 5, 1738; Naomi, b. Oct. 6, 1739; Benjamin, b. Aug. 13. 1741 ; 2d Samuel, d. April 11, 1742, and Benjamin, d. Jan. 3,1741?2; Naomi, d. June 2, 1742; 2d Naomi, d. Jan. 4, 1743; 2d Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1744; Beulah, b. March 28, 1746; Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1748.

SUSANNAH, daughter of ?-?, m. Samuel Yale, March 11, 1736. SARAH ABERNETHE, m. Thomas Doolittle, (by Capt. Yale,) May 27, 1730. ELIZABETH EBENETHE, was m. by Capt. Hall, to Wm. Hough, Dec. 14, 1726. SUSANNA ABERNETHA, m. George Merriman, Jan. 8, 1713. JEMlMA,daughter of ?'illiam, Jr., and Mary, in. John Curtis, June 17,1723. ELIZABETH ABERNATHA, m. John Ward, May 11,1736. MARTHA ABERNATHA, m. Job Brockett, Feb. 27, 1750?1, by Rev. Philemon Robbins. ABIGAIL ABERNATHA, m. Robert Collins, May 4, 1736. ANNA d. Nov. 23,1726. JOHN, son of William and hiary Abernatha, ? was struck dead, by thunder,? 810. May 12, 1727. WILLIAM EBERNATHA, d. Feb. 17, 1728. .JESSE ABERNETHE, d. Dec. 2, 1741. JARED, son of Caleb, m. Lois Thompson, daughter of Dea. Gideon, of Goshen, May 26, 1766, and had a son Cyrus, b. there, June 11, 1767. \VAITE ABERNETHE and DAMARIS ABE RNETHE witnessed the will of Mathew Bel]amy, of Wallirégrford, in 1744. 
Abernethy, Elizabeth (I1191199007)
 
208

From: A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
By: Royal Ralph Hinman




ABERNETHE, (Ebernethe, Ebernathe, Ebernatha,) WILLIAM, a Scotchman, was early in Connecticut, first at Branford, and from thence to Wallingford. He first married Sarah Feb. 17, 1673, and married Elizabeth for his second wife. His children at Wallingford, were Elizabeth, b. Oct. 15, 1673; William, Jr., b. July 23, 1675; Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1677 ; Mary, b. March 27, 1679? 80; Samuel, b. Jan. 10, 1683, d. March 14, 1723 ; Daniel, b. Sept. 30, 1686,d. Oct. 31, 1723; Susannah, b. July 18, 1689; Damaris, daughter of William and Sarah, b. Aug. 31, l7._.

ABERNETHE, SAMUEL,-son of William, Sen., married Elizabeth Peck, Aug. 10, 1710; issue, Abraham, b. March 1, 1712; probably others.

ABERNETHE, WILLIAM, Jr., and wife Mary, had children, Sarah, b. Dec. 15, 1705; Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1710; Ann, b. June '7, 1706; John, b. Feb. 27, 1708; Susannah, b. April 28, 1712; Joseph, b. June 20, 1714; Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 17?; John, b. ? Jemima, daughter of William and Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1702; perhaps others.

ABERNATHE, ENOS, of Wallingford, married Beulah, and had issue: Samuel, b. May 5, 1738; Naomi, b. Oct. 6, 1739; Benjamin, b. Aug. 13. 1741 ; 2d Samuel, d. April 11, 1742, and Benjamin, d. Jan. 3,1741?2; Naomi, d. June 2, 1742; 2d Naomi, d. Jan. 4, 1743; 2d Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1744; Beulah, b. March 28, 1746; Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1748.

SUSANNAH, daughter of ?-?, m. Samuel Yale, March 11, 1736. SARAH ABERNETHE, m. Thomas Doolittle, (by Capt. Yale,) May 27, 1730. ELIZABETH EBENETHE, was m. by Capt. Hall, to Wm. Hough, Dec. 14, 1726. SUSANNA ABERNETHA, m. George Merriman, Jan. 8, 1713. JEMlMA,daughter of ?'illiam, Jr., and Mary, in. John Curtis, June 17,1723. ELIZABETH ABERNATHA, m. John Ward, May 11,1736. MARTHA ABERNATHA, m. Job Brockett, Feb. 27, 1750?1, by Rev. Philemon Robbins. ABIGAIL ABERNATHA, m. Robert Collins, May 4, 1736. ANNA d. Nov. 23,1726. JOHN, son of William and hiary Abernatha, ? was struck dead, by thunder,? 810. May 12, 1727. WILLIAM EBERNATHA, d. Feb. 17, 1728. .JESSE ABERNETHE, d. Dec. 2, 1741. JARED, son of Caleb, m. Lois Thompson, daughter of Dea. Gideon, of Goshen, May 26, 1766, and had a son Cyrus, b. there, June 11, 1767. \VAITE ABERNETHE and DAMARIS ABE RNETHE witnessed the will of Mathew Bel]amy, of Wallirégrford, in 1744. 
Abernethy, Jesse Jasper (I1808648157)
 
209

From: A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
By: Royal Ralph Hinman




ABERNETHE, (Ebernethe, Ebernathe, Ebernatha,) WILLIAM, a Scotchman, was early in Connecticut, first at Branford, and from thence to Wallingford. He first married Sarah Feb. 17, 1673, and married Elizabeth for his second wife. His children at Wallingford, were Elizabeth, b. Oct. 15, 1673; William, Jr., b. July 23, 1675; Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1677 ; Mary, b. March 27, 1679? 80; Samuel, b. Jan. 10, 1683, d. March 14, 1723 ; Daniel, b. Sept. 30, 1686,d. Oct. 31, 1723; Susannah, b. July 18, 1689; Damaris, daughter of William and Sarah, b. Aug. 31, l7._.

ABERNETHE, SAMUEL,-son of William, Sen., married Elizabeth Peck, Aug. 10, 1710; issue, Abraham, b. March 1, 1712; probably others.

ABERNETHE, WILLIAM, Jr., and wife Mary, had children, Sarah, b. Dec. 15, 1705; Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1710; Ann, b. June '7, 1706; John, b. Feb. 27, 1708; Susannah, b. April 28, 1712; Joseph, b. June 20, 1714; Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 17?; John, b. ? Jemima, daughter of William and Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1702; perhaps others.

ABERNATHE, ENOS, of Wallingford, married Beulah, and had issue: Samuel, b. May 5, 1738; Naomi, b. Oct. 6, 1739; Benjamin, b. Aug. 13. 1741 ; 2d Samuel, d. April 11, 1742, and Benjamin, d. Jan. 3,1741?2; Naomi, d. June 2, 1742; 2d Naomi, d. Jan. 4, 1743; 2d Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1744; Beulah, b. March 28, 1746; Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1748.

SUSANNAH, daughter of ?-?, m. Samuel Yale, March 11, 1736. SARAH ABERNETHE, m. Thomas Doolittle, (by Capt. Yale,) May 27, 1730. ELIZABETH EBENETHE, was m. by Capt. Hall, to Wm. Hough, Dec. 14, 1726. SUSANNA ABERNETHA, m. George Merriman, Jan. 8, 1713. JEMlMA,daughter of ?'illiam, Jr., and Mary, in. John Curtis, June 17,1723. ELIZABETH ABERNATHA, m. John Ward, May 11,1736. MARTHA ABERNATHA, m. Job Brockett, Feb. 27, 1750?1, by Rev. Philemon Robbins. ABIGAIL ABERNATHA, m. Robert Collins, May 4, 1736. ANNA d. Nov. 23,1726. JOHN, son of William and hiary Abernatha, ? was struck dead, by thunder,? 810. May 12, 1727. WILLIAM EBERNATHA, d. Feb. 17, 1728. .JESSE ABERNETHE, d. Dec. 2, 1741. JARED, son of Caleb, m. Lois Thompson, daughter of Dea. Gideon, of Goshen, May 26, 1766, and had a son Cyrus, b. there, June 11, 1767. \VAITE ABERNETHE and DAMARIS ABE RNETHE witnessed the will of Mathew Bel]amy, of Wallirégrford, in 1744. 
Abernethy, Jared (I1191199061)
 
210

From: A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
By: Royal Ralph Hinman




ABERNETHE, (Ebernethe, Ebernathe, Ebernatha,) WILLIAM, a Scotchman, was early in Connecticut, first at Branford, and from thence to Wallingford. He first married Sarah Feb. 17, 1673, and married Elizabeth for his second wife. His children at Wallingford, were Elizabeth, b. Oct. 15, 1673; William, Jr., b. July 23, 1675; Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1677 ; Mary, b. March 27, 1679? 80; Samuel, b. Jan. 10, 1683, d. March 14, 1723 ; Daniel, b. Sept. 30, 1686,d. Oct. 31, 1723; Susannah, b. July 18, 1689; Damaris, daughter of William and Sarah, b. Aug. 31, l7._.

ABERNETHE, SAMUEL,-son of William, Sen., married Elizabeth Peck, Aug. 10, 1710; issue, Abraham, b. March 1, 1712; probably others.

ABERNETHE, WILLIAM, Jr., and wife Mary, had children, Sarah, b. Dec. 15, 1705; Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1710; Ann, b. June '7, 1706; John, b. Feb. 27, 1708; Susannah, b. April 28, 1712; Joseph, b. June 20, 1714; Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 17?; John, b. ? Jemima, daughter of William and Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1702; perhaps others.

ABERNATHE, ENOS, of Wallingford, married Beulah, and had issue: Samuel, b. May 5, 1738; Naomi, b. Oct. 6, 1739; Benjamin, b. Aug. 13. 1741 ; 2d Samuel, d. April 11, 1742, and Benjamin, d. Jan. 3,1741?2; Naomi, d. June 2, 1742; 2d Naomi, d. Jan. 4, 1743; 2d Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1744; Beulah, b. March 28, 1746; Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1748.

SUSANNAH, daughter of ?-?, m. Samuel Yale, March 11, 1736. SARAH ABERNETHE, m. Thomas Doolittle, (by Capt. Yale,) May 27, 1730. ELIZABETH EBENETHE, was m. by Capt. Hall, to Wm. Hough, Dec. 14, 1726. SUSANNA ABERNETHA, m. George Merriman, Jan. 8, 1713. JEMlMA,daughter of ?'illiam, Jr., and Mary, in. John Curtis, June 17,1723. ELIZABETH ABERNATHA, m. John Ward, May 11,1736. MARTHA ABERNATHA, m. Job Brockett, Feb. 27, 1750?1, by Rev. Philemon Robbins. ABIGAIL ABERNATHA, m. Robert Collins, May 4, 1736. ANNA d. Nov. 23,1726. JOHN, son of William and hiary Abernatha, ? was struck dead, by thunder,? 810. May 12, 1727. WILLIAM EBERNATHA, d. Feb. 17, 1728. .JESSE ABERNETHE, d. Dec. 2, 1741. JARED, son of Caleb, m. Lois Thompson, daughter of Dea. Gideon, of Goshen, May 26, 1766, and had a son Cyrus, b. there, June 11, 1767. \VAITE ABERNETHE and DAMARIS ABE RNETHE witnessed the will of Mathew Bel]amy, of Wallirégrford, in 1744. 
Abernethy, Cyrus (I1808647921)
 
211

From: A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut
By: Royal Ralph Hinman




ABERNETHE, (Ebernethe, Ebernathe, Ebernatha,) WILLIAM, a Scotchman, was early in Connecticut, first at Branford, and from thence to Wallingford. He first married Sarah Feb. 17, 1673, and married Elizabeth for his second wife. His children at Wallingford, were Elizabeth, b. Oct. 15, 1673; William, Jr., b. July 23, 1675; Sarah, b. Oct. 10, 1677 ; Mary, b. March 27, 1679? 80; Samuel, b. Jan. 10, 1683, d. March 14, 1723 ; Daniel, b. Sept. 30, 1686,d. Oct. 31, 1723; Susannah, b. July 18, 1689; Damaris, daughter of William and Sarah, b. Aug. 31, l7._.

ABERNETHE, SAMUEL,-son of William, Sen., married Elizabeth Peck, Aug. 10, 1710; issue, Abraham, b. March 1, 1712; probably others.

ABERNETHE, WILLIAM, Jr., and wife Mary, had children, Sarah, b. Dec. 15, 1705; Caleb, b. Feb. 11, 1710; Ann, b. June '7, 1706; John, b. Feb. 27, 1708; Susannah, b. April 28, 1712; Joseph, b. June 20, 1714; Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 17?; John, b. ? Jemima, daughter of William and Mary, b. Aug. 29, 1702; perhaps others.

ABERNATHE, ENOS, of Wallingford, married Beulah, and had issue: Samuel, b. May 5, 1738; Naomi, b. Oct. 6, 1739; Benjamin, b. Aug. 13. 1741 ; 2d Samuel, d. April 11, 1742, and Benjamin, d. Jan. 3,1741?2; Naomi, d. June 2, 1742; 2d Naomi, d. Jan. 4, 1743; 2d Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 1744; Beulah, b. March 28, 1746; Abigail, b. Nov. 27, 1748.

SUSANNAH, daughter of ?-?, m. Samuel Yale, March 11, 1736. SARAH ABERNETHE, m. Thomas Doolittle, (by Capt. Yale,) May 27, 1730. ELIZABETH EBENETHE, was m. by Capt. Hall, to Wm. Hough, Dec. 14, 1726. SUSANNA ABERNETHA, m. George Merriman, Jan. 8, 1713. JEMlMA,daughter of ?'illiam, Jr., and Mary, in. John Curtis, June 17,1723. ELIZABETH ABERNATHA, m. John Ward, May 11,1736. MARTHA ABERNATHA, m. Job Brockett, Feb. 27, 1750?1, by Rev. Philemon Robbins. ABIGAIL ABERNATHA, m. Robert Collins, May 4, 1736. ANNA d. Nov. 23,1726. JOHN, son of William and hiary Abernatha, ? was struck dead, by thunder,? 810. May 12, 1727. WILLIAM EBERNATHA, d. Feb. 17, 1728. .JESSE ABERNETHE, d. Dec. 2, 1741. JARED, son of Caleb, m. Lois Thompson, daughter of Dea. Gideon, of Goshen, May 26, 1766, and had a son Cyrus, b. there, June 11, 1767. \VAITE ABERNETHE and DAMARIS ABE RNETHE witnessed the will of Mathew Bel]amy, of Wallirégrford, in 1744.

ABERNATHA, CALEB, son of William and Mary, m. Lois Gaylord, of Wallingford, (by Capt. Yale,) Sept. 26, 1733. Issue, William, b. July 1, 1734; Mary, b. Nov. 18, 1736, d. Nov. 29, 1736; John, b. July 2, 1738; 2d Mary, b. Dec. 9, 1739; Jared, b. Oct. 81, 1741.

About 1743, the above Caleb and Lois removed to Farmington, (in that part of the town now Bristol,) where the following children are recorded, viz: Giles, b. Dec. 3, 1744; Waite, b. Dec. 16, 1745; Caleb, Jr., b. April 8, 1748, d. 1751 ; Lois, b. April 10, 1750, m. William ?~?; Ann, b. March 15, 1754; Mary, b. , m. Daniel Bacon, Oct. 24, 1765; Caleb, d. 1759. His son John was executor of his will. The foregoing are the ancestors of those of the name, at Harwinton, Torringford, Washington, Woodbury, Bridgeport, and other towns in Connecticut. As imperfect as the foregoing list is, it may aid them in perfecting a full roll of their ancestors. Four of the name had graduated at Yale College, before 1851.

ABERNETH has one coat of arms. ABERNETHY has three coats of arms.

This name is often found upon the records, spelled Ebernathe, Ebernatha, and Ebernetha, kc. 
Abernethy, Jared (I1191199061)
 
212

From: Historical Sketch of the Congregational Society and CHurch in Bristol, Connecticut:

.....In 1742,Caleb Abernethy, from Wallingford, bought
and settled upon the corner lot south of Orrin L.
Botsford's slaughter. The Harwinton and Wolcot-
ville Abernethy s are descendants of this man...... 
Abernethy, Caleb Sr (I1191199077)
 
213

From: Tennessee State Library and Archives; Acts of Tennessee, 1796-1850:

Hord Eldridge 1841 45 167.3 Sullivan County - Kingsport Wool Manufacturing Company 
Hord, Eldridge (I272008483103)
 
214

From: Tennessee State Library and Archives; Acts of Tennessee, 1796-1850:

Horde William 1829 33 Private 300 Knox County - to receive refund if lawsuit lost
Hord William 1837 43 174.1 Hawkins County - Knoxville and Rogersville Turnpike Company
Hord William S. 1849 50 16.5 Farmer's Manufacturing Company incorporated
 
Hord, Private William (I272008489345)
 
215

From: The Doolittle Family in America by William Frederick Doolittle MD.; Cleveland 1901. 
Abernethy, Elizabeth (I1191199007)
 
216

Gainsville History

In 1824, after Florida was annexed to the United States, Alachua County was created with Newnansville near present-day Alachua as the county seat. The population expanded with an influx of planters and farmers as Florida achieved statehood in 1845. When the proposed Florida Railroad linking Fernandina and Cedar Key bypassed Newnansville, Alachua County residents voted to create a new town on the railroad line and make it the county seat. Gainesville, named in honor of Seminole Indian War General Edmund P. Gaines, was founded on September 6, 1853. 
Gaines, Brevet Major General Edmund Pendleton (I272008484074)
 
217

GDCH:"Holland 1758."

Rev. soldier.

According to Maryly Penrose in her "Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families" , the first son's middle name was that of the paternal grandfather, the second of the maternal grandfather, and the third of the father. If Christian is the 3rd son, it is suggested that Joseph is for real

Not much convincing data about Joseph but according to the Palatine naming convention, the first son's middle name is the same as his great grandfather's, the second as the grandfathers and the third as the father. One might expect the third son's name here to be Christian, which it is. Is Joseph the 2nd?

? which convention is correct?

Book "NY in the Rev. as colony and state" Joseph Shelp, private in the 4th line reg commanded by Col. J Holmes. Also noted in "Index to Rev War Service Records" Doc in Barretts file.


IGI Record (from LDS Family Search On-Line)
Joseph SHELP
Sex: M
Event(s):
Birth: 1756, Netherlands
Parents:
Father: Johann Shelp
Mother: Maria Elizabeth BiermannSource information:
Film Number: 2034686
Page Number:
Reference Number:
c.) 1999 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved- English approval@ 3/1999
Last updalcd: 3/22/1999

Not much convincing data about Joseph but according to the Palatine naming convention, the first son's middle name is the same as his great grandfather's, the second as the grandfathers and the third as the father. One might expect the third son's name here to be Christian, which it is. Is Joseph the 2nd?




 
Shelp, Joseph (I10073475043)
 
218

Genealogical Ramblings
Questions on Early Choctaw Relationships
by Jennifer Mieirs on 06/22/10

Anyone launching themselves into this sort of early research must by necessity read Swanton on the Choctaw. He discusses the family relationships, and while it doesn't answer all questions, it certainly helps. One of the best example's of the earliest testimonies that names relatives and defines them is the testimony of Robert Cole in 1838. In it he names relatives, states for example, Nelson is my brother in law. Charles Frazier is my brother in law. Joseph Perry is sort of a brother in law. Atoka is my son, in English would be nephew. Billy Frazier is my half brother, mother's are sisters. When Cole names Greenwood Leflore as his nephew, it is in the same context as the letters Mushulatubbee wrote also naming Peter Pitchlynn his nephew in 1830. The Choctaw have no distinction between generations, they won't say Great Nephew, or second cousin. If a relationship exists, it is often in the most simplest terms.

 
KUL-IH-O-KA, Kalioka (I271987797482)
 
219

General Notes: From: Hampshire County, Virginia (Now West Virginia): Volume I--Minute Book Abstracts 1788-1802, page 95

16 July 1798

Ordered that the following persons be recommended to his excellency the governor and council as fit and proper persons be commissioned to execute the offices for which they are recommended respectively within the county and distinguished by the first and second Battalion in manner and form following to wit Second Battalion - John Perrill, Gent., Major James Smith Captain, Archibald Linthicum, Lieutenant and Erasmus Tucker Ensign - William Perrill Captain, Gabriel Throckmorton Lieutenant and Stephen Hickle Ensign - First Batalion, Robert Koyle Captain, Rawleigh Mollohan Lieutenant, Jacob Putnam Ensign - SAMUEL ABERNATHY CAPTAIN, William Donaldson Lieutenant, Charles Taylor Ensign. Page 159 
Abernathy, Captain Samuel (I1808647901)
 
220

George Strother Gaines (1784-1873): A Leader of Two States, A Servant of Two Peoples

By Gene C. Fant Jr.

Sometimes people achieve great influence during their lifetimes, but history reduces them at best to a minimal footnote. George Strother Gaines is one of these people although the Mobile Register once termed him ?The Patriarch of Alabama and Mississippi.? He was an early leader in both states, and he gave up a great portion of his personal wealth to help his Choctaw Indian friends during their relocation to the West. These achievements are little known today.
Early life

Captain James Gaines, George?s father, was a Revolutionary War leader, and his wife, Elizabeth Strother, came from an influential Virginia family. Their house, where George was born, straddled the Virginia and North Carolina state lines, so many of their thirteen children were born in different rooms and, therefore, different states. Soon after George?s birth in 1784, the family relocated to Gallatin, Tennessee, near Nashville. George, the eleventh child, was close to his older brother, Edmund P. Gaines, who rose to the rank of major general in the U. S. Army and was an important military leader in the War of 1812. Edmund led in the 1807 capture of Aaron Burr. Burr, vice president of the United States from 1801 to 1805, had killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel and fled to escape trial. George?s cousins included U. S. President Zachary Taylor and Sarah Knox Davis, the wife of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. 
Gaines, Captain James Taylor Sr (I272008484072)
 
221

Harry T. Abernathy was born in Leavenworth, Kansas, May 23, 1865, the son of Col. James L. Abernathy, the pioneer furniture manufacturer of the West.
Harry came to Kansas City and became cashier of the company. He held the position for eight years, and in 1895 was given the place of assistant cashier of the First National Bank. He was the treasurer of Park College for four years.
He was married in 1890 to Miss Stevenson, of Leavenworth, and they had three children, two boys and a girl.

Harry's father Mr. Abernathy had taken a strong attitude against the pro-slavery factions and had voted for Abraham Lincoln. It is believed that he recruited the second Kansas company for the war and later he was commissioned captain of Company K Eighth Kansas Volunteer Infantry, and was in command of his company on its forced march from Fort Scott, in the dead of winter, to the beleagued, isolated post of Fort Kearney, in Western Nebraska. Still later he served all through the Cumberland Valley campaign, and was a participant in the Battle of Chickamauga. When peace was declared he laid aside the sword and again resumed the peaceful pursuits of commerce at Leavenworth.

While his brother was serving his country, William Abernathy had become interested in a wholesale and retail furniture business at Kansas City, under the firm name of Woods & Abernathy, and Colonel Abernathy became connected with this concern, and in 1869, upon his brother's death, succeeded to his interest. About this time he also became associated in the firm of Abernathy, North & Orrison, and later, as a silent partner, in its successor, the firm of North, Orrison & Co. For business reasons, and to separate the wholesale from the retail trade, other affiliated concerns grew up, such as the J. H. North Furniture & Carpet Company, and its successor, the Duff & Repp Furniture Company. The manufacturing and jobbing departments at Leavenworth, in the meantime, had grown to gigantic proportions and expansion continued.

Colonel Abernathy was active and seemingly untiring in many directions. He was gifted with a keen business acumen which was the potent reason for the wonderful success that attended his various investments. As time passed he became connected with numerous enterprises at Leavenworth. His abundant, tireless energy prevented him from taking life easy and found relief in many useful ways. In 1886 he was one of the organizers of the First National Bank of Kansas City, of which he was director, vice president and president. He served as mayor of Leavenworth for three years, having been elected in 1873, on the citizens' ticket. As a commissioner of the metropolitan police board, by appointment of Governor Humphrey, he was one of the first to attempt the enforcement of the new prohibition liquor laws. He was interested financially, officially or otherwise, in many enterprises in and about Leavenworth, all contributive to her growth and progress and to the furthering of her good name, of which he was jealously proud. After the close of the Civil war he was one of the commissioners named to locate the Kansas soldier's monument in Chickamauga Park.

In 1859 Colonel Abernathy was married to Elizabeth Martin, and a family of six children was born to them, namely: Frank, who died in infancy; William M., Walter L., Harry T., Omar and Cora, who is the wife of Dr. A. G. Hull. Colonel Abernathy died December 16, 1902 
Abernathy, Harry Thomas (I12660561095)
 
222

I find a Peleg THORNTON and a Almera THORNTON in the 1870 Census Berkshire, Tioga, New York. This in NOT parley and Almira. This is truly Peleg THORNTON and his wife Almira. They are buried in the Evergreen Cemetery in Tioga County, New York. I find them in the 1850 Census Cincinnatus, Cortland, New York with many of their children.  
Unknown, Almira DD (I520005742)
 
223

I N S C R I P T I O N S
ON THE TOMBSTONES IN THE
O L D B U R Y I N G G R O U ND
NEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT
H A R W I N T O N, C O N N E C T I C UT


George son of Capt William C and A z u b a h A-bernethy
died July 2 1805 Aged 11 years 7 months 
Abernethy, George (I1808647983)
 
224

I N S C R I P T I O N S
ON THE TOMBSTONES IN THE
O L D B U R Y I N G G R O U ND
NEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT
H A R W I N T O N, C O N N E C T I C UT


In memory of Andrew son of Dr William & Mrs
Honour A b e r n ethy who Died June y e 2d 1782 in
ye 7th y e a r of his age
In sable tooni my Christ our Sav
Dear my babe iour conies again
From trouble here to raise our bodi
Securely rest till es from the Dust 
Abernethy, Andrew (I1808647940)
 
225

I N S C R I P T I O N S
ON THE TOMBSTONES IN THE
O L D B U R Y I N G G R O U ND
NEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT
H A R W I N T O N, C O N N E C T I C UT

Erected to the memory of Doctr William Abernethy
who died Novr 26th 1802 A g e d 68 years
How lov'd how valued once avails the not
Erected to the memory of Mrs Honor Abernethy
Relic of Doct William Abernethy who died Sept 14
1811 Aged 66 years 
Abernethy, Doctor William Gaylord (I1191199066)
 
226

I N S C R I P T I O N S
ON THE TOMBSTONES IN THE
O L D B U R Y I N G G R O U ND
NEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT
H A R W I N T O N, C O N N E C T I C UT

Harris son of Doctr Wm & Mrs Honour Abern-ethy
died ( the) 12 of Feby 1788
 
Abernethy, Harris (I1808647945)
 
227

I N S C R I P T I O N S
ON THE TOMBSTONES IN THE
O L D B U R Y I N G G R O U ND
NEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT
H A R W I N T O N, C O N N E C T I C UT

In memory of Mrs Phebe late consort of Mr V7m
Conant Abernethy who died May 18 1799 with the
small P o x in the 24th year of her A g e & their in-fant
son W m Aged 18 hours 
Abernethy, William (I3027523349)
 
228

I N S C R I P T I O N S
ON THE TOMBSTONES IN THE
O L D B U R Y I N G G R O U ND
NEAR THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT
H A R W I N T O N, C O N N E C T I C UT

In memory of Mrs Phebe late consort of Mr V7m
Conant Abernethy who died May 18 1799 with the
small P o x in the 24th year of her A g e & their in-fant
son W m Aged r8 hours 
Whord or Wiard, Phebe (I1808647948)
 
229

In Which a Boy Named Patrick Ramsey is Bound to Robert Abernathy
3 December, 1661, Charles City Co., VA

p.302. Att a Co'rt holden att Westov'r December 3, 1661...

p. 309. Abstract. The court, with consent of Martha the relict of David Ramsey decd, binds Elizab: dau of sd Ramsey to Mr James Wallace to serve till she be 16. The like ordered for her son Patrick Ramsey bound to Robert Abernathy till 21.

Fleet, Beverly, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, p. 255 (Charles City County Court Orders, 1655-1657): 1988 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, originally published in 1937 and 1949 by mimeograph. Reproduced on Family Archive CD #503 (Genealogical Records: Colonial Virginia Records, 1600s-1700s).

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
230

In Which Robert Abernathie is Paid for Five Days Work
9 November 1657

At a Co'rt held at mer'chts hope 9ber. 18: 1657...Ordered that 47 lb tobbo per pol be forthw'th levied and recd by the sherr of every tytheable person in this Com and payd as fol vidzt...

Robert Abernathie for 5 dayes worke 050

[This was the least amount paid of any of 33 people listed, other amounts mostly around 400, and the highest being 2650.]



Fleet, Beverly, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, p. 189 (Charles City County Court Orders, 1655-1657): 1988 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, originally published in 1937 and 1949 by mimeograph. Reproduced on Family Archive CD #503 (Genealogical Records: Colonial Virginia Records, 1600s-1700s).

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie

 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
231

In Which Robert Abernathy Produced an Invoice to the Estate of George Armstrong
21 Apr 1656, Charles City Co., VA

Att a Cor?t holden at Westov?r April 21, 1656...

p. 53. Whereas Robt. Abernathy hath produced and proved an acc?t of
disbursemts and also charges for Geo. Armstrong dec'd amount? 1258 lbs. Tob. wch he hath paid and ingaged for; Itt is therefore ordered that Andrew Armstrong adm?r of the sayd George shall pay or secure the sd sume to the to the sd Abernathie before removeall of the sd Deced?dts estate, als exec.

Fleet, Beverly, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, p. 165 (Charles City County Court Orders, 1655-1657): 1988 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, originally published in 1937 and 1949 by mimeograph. Reproduced on Family Archive CD #503 (Genealogical Records: Colonial Virginia Records, 1600s-1700s).

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
232

In Which Robert Abernathy Serves on a Jury
13 March 1662/3, Charles City Co., VA

p.383 A Jury of Inquest impanelled the 13th of March 1662 to deliv'r their opinion concerning the death of a man belonging to mr Theoderick Bland, Esqr, who was drowned and taken up a mer'chts hope: Mr James Blamor foreman, Mr Ricd Dodd, Mr Tho" Holford, Mr Edd Ames, Mr Rowland Jones, Tho: Cuerton, Mr James Wallis, Geo: Mayden, Mr Tho; Douglas, Rbt Abernathy, Mr Patrick Jackson. We of the Jury do unanimously agree and give our verdict that the oxe standing upright in the boate with striveling pulled out of the thofts of the boate and splitt her, and by that meanes the man was drowned.

Fleet, Beverly, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, p. 276 (Charles City County Court Orders, 1661-1664): 1988 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, originally published in 1937 and 1949 by mimeograph. Reproduced on Family Archive CD #503 (Genealogical Records: Colonial Virginia Records, 1600s-1700s).

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
233

Inscription:
Aged 68yrs, 9ms & 3ds 
Washburn, Nicholas Laycock (I545062372)
 
234

James P.C. Davis Will

State of North Carolina

Wilkes County

Know all men by these presents I Jas. P.C. Davis of the County and State aforesaid being week in body and sound in mind do make this my last Will & Testament. First a decent burial according to the Custom of the Country.

2nd all my just debts to be paid out of my present crop of brandy.

Lastly I give all of my Land that I now live on and all my present property of what soever kind to my beloved wife Martha M. Davis during her life or widowhood at her death if there is anything left it shall be sold and equally divided among my lawful heirs of my body.

I hereby appoint my wife Martha M. Davis and Solomon Davis as executrix and executor of this my last will and testament in witness whereunto I have hereby set my hand and seal in the presents of his witnesses this Oct 24th 1864.

Witness Howell Baker Jas P.C. Davis seal

Alexander Gilreath

North Carolina

Wilkes County Nov Term 1864

The execution of the within Will was duly proven in open court by the Wit of Alexander Gilreath one of the subscribing witnesses (garbled) and order to be recorded and the executrix and executor (garbled) and duly qualified.

N.A. Foster clk

I.S. Call
 
Davis, James Partee Clingman (I53)
 
235

James Wallace Receives Satisfaction from Robert Abernathy Regarding Cattle and a Gun
3 April 1665, Charles City Co., VA

p. 540. Abstract. A Court at Westover 3 April 1665?

p. 545 These presents Witness that I James Wallace have received full satisfaccon from Robt Abernathy of the cattle that he had in his custody perteyning to the Orphane Patrick Ramsey as also the gun for w?ch I do dicharg the sd Abernathy Witness my hand this 18th of Febry 1664. James Wallace. Teste Patrick Jackson. Rec 12 die Aprs 1665

Fleet, Beverly, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, p. 320 (Charles City County Court Orders, 1655-1657): 1988 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, originally published in 1937 and 1949 by mimeograph. Reproduced on Family Archive CD #503 (Genealogical Records: Colonial Virginia Records, 1600s-1700s).

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
236

Jay Allen Eby, 75, of Kelso passed away July 28, 2012, at home.

Born in Cowlitz County to Eugene Leroy and Lois Jean (Mason) Eby Oct. 31, 1936, Jay lived in the Kelso-Longview area for all but two years of his life. Jay's mother died when he was 3 years old. His father later married Hope Hudson. Jay graduated from Kelso High School in 1955.

Jay married Patricia Eisele in 1955, they had four children and later divorced. He then married Phyllis Burch in 1976. She died in 1995. Jay and Cheryl (Wheeler) Warren were married in Reno April 17, 1998, and together they raised her three children.

Over the course of his working life, Jay was a choker setter, welder, millwright and lubrication specialist. He retired from NorPac in 2002. Upon retiring, Jay took up powder coating motorcycles as a hobby. Those who knew Jay all agree: He loved motorcycles! Memories of him will always be associated with tinkering in the garage or shop, never without a motorcycle restoration project. He also enjoyed watching basketball and never tired of watching his favorite movies.

Formerly a dog person, Jay became a cat lover when Coalie and Lucy came into his life many years ago. His constant companion, Suzy Q, was given to him as a 74th birthday surprise by his wife, Cheryl and granddaughter, Kaitlyn Marie Holcomb.

Jay is survived by his wife, Cheryl; four children, Joni Kim (Eby) Smith of Battle Ground, Kevin Eugene Eby of Bozeman, Mont., Monte Allen Eby of Ariel and Teresa Rene (Eby-Gansler) Derochowski of McMinnville, Ore.; five stepchildren, Steve Pierson of Castle Rock, Kara Farmer of Longview, Jacob Richardson of Eugene, Samantha Warren of Kelso and Jesse Warren of Longview; a brother, Dallas Eby of Longview; a sister, Linda Medack of Kelso; 21 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren plus two due to arrive in August; and Suzy Q.

He was deeply loved and will be greatly missed.

Jay was preceded in death by his parents and a stepson, Kevin Pierson.

A funeral service is planned for 11 a.m. Friday at Steele Chapel. A viewing is planned from 9 a.m. until service time. Private interment will take place at Longview Memorial Park.
 
Eby, Jay (I272008474947)
 
237

John Howard was my great-great-grandfather. We have little information concerning his life. We know that he was a farmer and had served in the Civil War.

According to a Missouri Certificate of Death, John Howard was born on February 4, 1841, in Green County, Missouri, and passed away in Newton County, Missouri, on November 11, 1923. This document also states that John's parents were James Howard and Nancy Brown.

Research indicates that his parents were from Washington Township of Douglas County, Missouri.

John married Perlina Black on March 23, 1868 and had 7 children. Census enumerations indicate that John and Perlina lived in and around the Washington Township area of Douglas County, Missouri. We have no other information about John's marriage to Perlina or his eventual move to the Indian Territory where he married his second wife and raised another family.

Their daughter Clara married John Thurman and some of their descendants still live in the Jasper and Newton County area of Missouri. My grandmother Beulah, and my great-grandmother Mattie, kept in contact with members of this family thruout their lives.

John married Harriett Abrion Tittle on July 25, 1889 in Webbers Falls, Oklahoma. Harriett was born on October 4, 1851 in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, and was the daughter of Anthony Tittle. They had two children named Mattie and Jack. There may have been a third child named Mary.

John passed way on November 11, 1923 and is buried in Dice Cemetery, which is located in Fairview, Newton County, Missouri. His grave marker makes mention of his service during the Civil War. The inscription on John's gravestone reads:

John Howard
PVT 6. PROV. ENR MO MIL
FEB 4 1838 NOV 11 1924

I've visited Dice cemetery many times and photographed John's grave. The dates on John's death certificate conflict with the dates inscribed on his grave marker. We are unable to provide an explanation for this. The answer is unknown and will probably remain so.

There are a number of John's descendants buried at Dice Cemetery. His wife Harriett, daughter Mattie, and granddaughter Beulah, are buried in another section of the cemetery. His son Jack is also buried there with his wife, children and grandchildren. John's grandson Theodore, who was killed in World War II and received both the Purple Heart and Bronze Star awards, is also buried there.

John's daughter Mattie was an active member of the Daughters of Civil War Veterans and was quite proud of her father and her membership. The Joplin Globe newspaper once published an article about the local chapter that included a photo of Mattie and the remaining surviving members.

I encourage anyone with further information concerning John Howard or his family to contact me. Your information would be greatly welcomed and appreciated. Thank you.

Thomas L Scribner 
Howard, John (I632134704)
 
238

John James HORD 6 Nov 1831 - 1875ID Number: I54337

OCCUPATION: C.S.A. TX Militia & CSA Reg.
RESIDENCE: Christian Co. KY & IL & 1857 Goliad Co. TX
BIRTH: 6 Nov 1831, Christian County, KY
DEATH: 1875, Goliad County, TX
RESOURCES: See: [S1093] [S1967] My Southern Family

Father: Thomas HORD Mother: Winifred BRONAUGH

Family 1 : Cornelia Julia LANDER

"Confederate Veteran: Enlisted July 1861 in the Texas Militia under Comm. Off. R. H. Belvin but later transferred to the regular CSA. He was the son of Thomas Hord, veteran of the War of 1812, and Winifred Bronaugh. He was born in Christian County, KY, 6 Nov 1831 married 5 Jul 1853 to Cornelia Julia Lander. Shortly after their marriage they left Kentucky, lived for a short while in Illinois, and finally moved to Goliad County, TX, in 1857. Her brother Isaac Newton Lander served in the same outfit with John James Hord but was killed during the war. John James Hord was wounded during the war and caught a fever from which he never recovered. He died in 1875 in Goliad County, TX."  
Hord, John James (I272008483286)
 
239

John was born to George Young and Florentine Pargada. As he grew older he changed his name to John Everett, leaving off the last name Young. He later became a very wealthy mand and was a business partner of Frank Boykin, who was a Unites States Congressman. John died from a stroke.

Taken from the Guardian Reauest paper in mobile, Alabama:

"Assests of the estate of John Everett, deceased consists of lands owned jointly by him and Frank W Boykin and of such amounts as may be realized by the deceased's surviving partners, in turpentine and naval store business, the extent of which cannot be known until said surviving partners are able to wind up affairs of said partners, and pay off debts therof."

 
Young Everett, John Reid (I616830962)
 
240

Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 about Rollie Daniel Abernathy
Name: Rollie Daniel Abernathy
Death Date: 5 Sep 1943
Death Location: Ballard
Age: 73
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 10 Jan 1870
Birth Location: Ballard, Kentucky
Spouse's Name: Mattie Howes
Father's Name: Jim Abernathy
Father's Birth Location: Virginia
Mother's Name: Francis Privett 
Abernathy, Rollie Daniel (I1809003253)
 
241

Land Patent of Robert West in which Robert Ebernathell is listed

To all et whereas et Now Know yee that I the Said Richard Bennett Esqrer give and grant unto Robert West Seven hundred acres of land lying upon the branches of Baylies Creeke in Charles City County toward the South Side of the head of the said Creeke bounded as followeth South by East by James Warradins Land Commonly Called and known by the Name of High Peake? & Now in the Occupation of Mr. William Dibby and Robery Lanyman? East by North along in the woods having the Westery and Southerly branch running through the said Land the Said land being due to the Said Robert West by and for the transportation of fourteen persons & to have and to hold & yielding and paying & which payment is to be made Seven years after the first Grant or Seating thereof and not before provised & Dated the 2nd of August 1652.
Robert West Thomas Bowman Jane Corell
Susanna West Mary Owin R.bt Ebernathell Jeffery Phillips
John West Saml Garingoe John Coppin John Reeves
Dan: Everns J?ow: Wentworth George Nillett (?or Nebbett)

From the Library of Virginia Website
Source: Land Office Patents No. 3, 1652-1655, p. 144 (Reel 2). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie 19 Feb. 2010 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
242

LEE.
3. Farmington.
MARY HART, of Farmington, second daughter of Deacon Stephen Hart, of Braintree, Eng., Cambridge, Mass., Hartford and Farmington, Conn., born , married , John Lee, who lived on the lot next north of her father's place, viz., where the Phelps Hotel stands. They joined the church in 1660, and are the progenitors of the Lees of New England. He died in 1690, when second, she married, Jan. 5th, 1692, Jedediah Strong, (his third wife.) Their children, 1, John, born June 11th, 1659, married Dec. 27th, 1682, Elizabeth Loomis; 2. Mary, born Aug. 14th, 1664, married Dec. 28th, 1682, Stephen Upson; 3, Stephen, born April 2d, 1667, married Oct. 1st, 1690, Elizabeth Roys, of Wallingford; 4, Thomas, born in 1671, married Sept. 11th, 1707, Mary Camp, of Hartford, and were the parents of Jared Strong, Esq., of Southington; 5, David, born in 1674; 6, Tabitha, born in 1677, married Preserved Strong, of Northampton, son of her mother's second husband.

[ There are reports of Mary Hart's birth in 1640. This is consistent with the birth dates of her children, but I have no verification of this date.

After John Lee's death in Farmington in 1690, Mary Hart married Jedediah Strong of Northampton, Massachusetts on Jan 05, 1691/92. She died on Oct. 9, 1710, the day after a horse fell on her while crossing the falls at Hadley, Massachusetts. She probably died in Hadley or back in Northampton. There is a memorial for John Lee and Mary (Hart) Lee in the Old Farmington Cemetery. This was placed there by a descendant. I have no record of Mary having been transported back to Farmington for burial there.]

[Tabitha Lee and Preserved Strong are known to be ancestors of Lady Diana Spencer, through the following line:

Preserved Strong & Tabitha Lee, b. 1677, m. October 23, 1701
Joseph Strong & Elizabeth Strong (2nd Cousins)
Benjamin Strong & Lucy Bishop
Dr. Joseph Strong, b. Coventry, CT. March 10, 1770. Married Rebecca Young Sept. 8, 1796.
Eleanor Strong b. 1802 married John Wood March 13, 1823.
Ellen Wood, b. July 18, 1831; married Frank Work (A millionaire speculator, broker, banker, horseowner & protege of Comodore Vanderbilt).
Francis Eleanor Work, b. October 27, 1857; married Burke Roche of Twyford Abby, Middlesex, England.
Edmund Maurice Burke Roche, b. Chelsea, England May 15, 1885; married Ruth Sylvia Gill Sept. 17, 1931.
The Honorable Francis Ruth Burke Roche, b. Jan. 20, 1936 married Edward John Spencer June 1, 1954.
Lady Diana Francis Spencer, b. July 1, 1961

What would Dea. Stephen have thought, if he knew that one of his g--gg grandsons would be a future king of England?]
 
Lee, Mary (I8220406622)
 
243

Mary Margaret Holaday

GREENWOOD - Mary Margaret Holaday, age 88, died on Saturday December 17, 2011 in Greenwood of natural causes. She was born on May 12, 1923 to Sylvester and Texa Vashti (White) Coleman, and was a former resident of Colorado Idaho, Washington State, and California, while she assisted her husband in his ministry. She resided in Santa Rosa CA from 1957 to 2005 when she relocated to Greenwood MS. She was a graduate of Cortez Colorado High School and she attended Life Bible College in California. She was employed 20 years as a psychiatric technician for the State of California and after retirement she assisted her husband in his home repair business. She was an avid gardener and reader. She is preceded in death by her husband Jay Clayton Holaday.

Funeral Services will be held Thursday 12/22/2011 11:00 AM at the Pleasant Hills Funeral Home in Sebastopol CA with the Rev Rick Hahn officiating. Burial will be in the Pleasant Hills Memorial Park Cemetery.

She is survived by Daughter, Lynnette (Roy) Yoshikawa of Rohnert Park, CA. Daughter, Charlene (Mike) McCarthy of Warner Robbins, GA. Daughter, Glenna Holaday of Greenwood, MS. Daughter, Jan Michelene Holaday of Clear Lake, CA. 4 Grandchildren, Robin Schefer, Julie McIntyre, Aaron Yoshikawa, and Darren Hlavac, and 7 Great Grandchildren. Also Special friends Beverly Stout and Elsie Sinnott.

Williams & Lord Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements.  
Coleman, Mary Margaret (I272008479699)
 
244

Mr. Hord was a rancher, grocer and ex-sheriff of Brewster Cty. He was a Mason.  
Hord, Sheriff Clarence Sr (I272008486650)
 
245

n Which Robert Abernathy Participates in an Inquest
3 August 1665 Charles City Co., VA

p.565 We underwritten being sum'oned and sworne to inquire and examine the cause of the unnaturall death of Katherine the daughter of John Lanier, do find and returne our verdict (as we have discovered by proffe and circumstance) that the 7th of this instant May the sd child being layd on a bed to sleepe (and none by to take care of her) tumbled, by reason of the heat till she came under a rayle fastened at the beds side where, with the face downward, she recd her accidentall death, haveing the body ov'r the bed and hanging by the head stivled agst the bed and clothes. Witnesse o'r hands this 8th Day of May 1665 Tho: Holford, Richard Dodd, Tho" T Cuerton, James Blamore, John Poytres, Tho: T Cahappel, Tho: T Douglas, Robt X Abernathy, Byron X Connell, Edward X Amas, Tho" X Parrham, Robt R. Godwin. I Parceval Barton do declare to the Jry that I found the child of John Lenier smothered and dead betwix the bed and a rayle, the 7th of May 1665. Parceval Barton.

Fleet, Beverly, Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume III, p. 324 (Charles City County Court Orders and Fragments, 1664-1696): 1988 Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, originally published in 1937 and 1949 by mimeograph. Reproduced on Family Archive CD #503 (Genealogical Records: Colonial Virginia Records, 1600s-1700s).

Transcribed by Margaret Ogilvie 
Abernathy, Robert I (I543657046)
 
246

Name: Thomas Cushing
Birth Date: 03 Dec 1829
Death Date: 30 Jul 1895
Cemetery: Rose Hill Cemetery
Description: Located at Brookfield, Missouri The caretaker stated forty-five acres is maintained in this cemetery and ten acres is in reserve.
Cemetery Records of Linn County, Missouri Volume II Brookfield, Missouri Part I 
Cushing, Thomas (I272008487719)
 
247

Nettie worked as a LPN in California and Kansas. She raised 5 daughters mostly alone and was a wonderful and caring mother. She died of an AMI.  
Jones, Nettie Rebecca (I272007578754)
 
248

North Carolina, Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about J Farest Ledford
Name: J Farest Ledford
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 66
Birth Date: 21 Jul 1880
Birth Place: Cleveland
Death Date: 20 Mar 1947
Death Location: Shelby, Cleveland
Spouse's Name: Naioma Ledford
Father's Name: Quincy M Ledford
Mother's Name: Sallie Poston
Residence: Shelby, Cleveland, North Carolina 
Ledford, John Farris (I272008487366)
 
249

Ohio Obituary Index, 1830s-2011, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center about John K Hord
Name: John K Hord
Birth Date: abt 1827
Age at Death: 67
Death Date: 17 Sep 1894
Newspaper: Fremont Daily News; Tiffin Daily Tribune, Fremont; Tiffin, Ohio
Newspaper Date: 19;28 Sep 1894
Newspaper Page: p. 3;5;5, col. 1;3
Years Indexed: 1887-1937;1887-1938
Newspaper Repository: Hayes Presidential Library - Fremont, Oh; Tiffin Seneca Public Library - Tiffin, Oh; Hayes Presidential Library- Fremont, Oh; Tiffin Seneca Public Library - Tiffin, Oh
Other Sources: F497 S2h6 1882 Orr, Hpc - History Of Sandusky Co.
Other Source Data: P 392
Source Description: Williams, 1882

 
Hord, Judge John K (I272008483017)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F246729425786
 

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 1012» Next»

Home Page |  What's New |  Most Wanted |  Surnames |  Photos |  Histories |  Documents |  Cemeteries |  Places |  Dates |  Reports |  Sources