0 HEAD 1 SOUR Legacy 2 VERS 7.0 2 NAME Legacy (R) 2 CORP Millennia Corp. 3 ADDR PO Box 9410 4 CONT Surprise, AZ 85374 1 DEST Gedcom55 1 DATE 9 Nov 2009 1 SUBM @S0@ 1 FILE C:\Program Files\Legacy\Data\Osborne Ancestry.ged 1 GEDC 2 VERS 5.5 2 FORM LINEAGE-LINKED 1 CHAR ANSI 0 @S0@ SUBM 1 NAME Roy C. Leggitt 1 ADDR 184 Rainbow Drive #8448 2 CONT 2 CONT Livingston, TX 77399 1 PHON Cell (916) 799-2783 1 PHON Fax (815) 461-1209 1 _EMAIL royc@cts.com 1 _URL http://www.angelfire.com/tx/royc/ 0 @I1@ INDI 1 NAME Roy Clarke /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Roy Clarke 2 SURN Leggitt 2 NPFX Major 2 NSFX USAF (Retired) 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 NAME Jay Clark Smith // 2 GIVN Jay Clark Smith 2 SURN 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 NAME Samuel James (Jay) Purdy // 2 GIVN Samuel James (Jay) Purdy 2 SURN 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Apr 1933 2 PLAC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma 2 SOUR @S78@ 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\roy leggitt's certificate of birth.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 CHR 2 DATE 1962 2 PLAC Shemya Island, Alaska 2 SOUR @S78@ 2 NOTE @CI1@ 1 SOUR @S78@ 1 ADDR Major Roy Clarke Leggitt USAF (Retired) 2 CONT PMB 8448 2 CONT 184 Rainbow Drive 2 CONT Livingston, TX 77399 2 _NAME Major Roy Clarke Leggitt USAF (Retired) 2 ADR1 PMB 8448 2 ADR2 184 Rainbow Drive 2 CITY Livingston 2 STAE TX 2 POST 77399 1 PHON (916) 799-2783 1 PHON (478) 396-2416 1 _EMAIL royc@cts.com 1 _URL http://www.angelfire.com/tx/royc/ 1 EVEN Alternate names: 2 TYPE AKA 2 NOTE Roy's birth certificate shows his name as Roy Clarke Leggit 3 CONC t. His maternal grandmother did not like the name Roy so h 3 CONC e was called Jay. 3 CONT 3 CONT When he was about nine months old he and his mother were ta 3 CONC ken in by the Samuel and Bonnie Purdy family. When he start 3 CONC ed school, he was registered as Samuel James "Jay" Purdy. H 3 CONC e used this name in the first through third grades. 3 CONT 3 CONT When his mother married Leonard Smith, without adoption, hi 3 CONC s name was changed to Jay Clark Smith. He completed schoo 3 CONC l and joined the United States Air Force using this name. D 3 CONC uring his early Air Force career his friends called him Smi 3 CONC tty. 3 CONT 3 CONT Just prior to his marriage in 1955 he formally changed hi 3 CONC s name back to Roy Clarke Leggitt. However, most of his mat 3 CONC ernal family members still call him Jay. 2 SOUR @S78@ 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Samuel James (Jay) Purdy - ca 1942.jpg 3 TITL Samuel James "Jay" Purdy 3 _DATE Cir 1942 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Full-time RVing 2 NOTE Roy and Darlene are now on their fourth recreation vehicle 3 CONC . This is their current home on wheels. You can see what i 3 CONC t looks like on the Internet. Go to 3 CONT http://www.royc.cts.com/Great_Adventure.mht. While there, l 3 CONC ook around and share some of their great adventures. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\2002 Monaco Windsor.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE DNA 2 NOTE In 2007 I had my Y-chromosome analyzed. Here is some of tha 3 CONC t analysis: 3 CONT 3 CONT Your Predicted Haplogroup: R1b (prediction confidence 100 3 CONC .0%) Haplogroup R1b, defined by the SNP marker M343, is pa 3 CONC rt of the ancestral R1-M173 of which ancestors first arrive 3 CONC d first arrived in Europe from West Asia during the Upper P 3 CONC aleolithic period (35,000-40,000 years ago) at the beginnin 3 CONC g of the Aurignacian culture. This culture is one of the fi 3 CONC rst within Europe to leave cave-art and their stone tools w 3 CONC ere more refined than previous periods. The Périgordian cul 3 CONC ture is also considered by some to have existed at this tim 3 CONC e. As the last ice-age began, it became necessary to move d 3 CONC own to below the tree-line to hunt game. At its peak, the i 3 CONC ce shelf within Europe extended down as far as southern Ire 3 CONC land, the middle of England and across northern Germany. 3 CONT 3 CONT Scandinavia was entirely covered. The sea-ice pack extende 3 CONC d as far as northern Spain and tundra covered much of conti 3 CONC nental Europe. The tree-line at the height of the ice-age w 3 CONC as as far south as Southern France, Northern Italy, north o 3 CONC f the Balkans and across the Black Sea. 3 CONT 3 CONT People with Haplogroup R1 Y-chromosomes retreated to belo 3 CONC w these regions where they established themselves. During t 3 CONC his period, the mutation which defines R1b (M343) likely de 3 CONC veloped within the Iberian Peninsula. As the ice-age ende 3 CONC d and the fauna and flora were able to move northward again 3 CONC , people in R1b also migrated north. Haplogroup R1 appear 3 CONC s in about 50% of the total European whereas R1b remains b 3 CONC y far the most common haplogroup in Western Europe (Spain 3 CONC , Portugal, France, UK and Ireland). R1b3, one of the mos 3 CONC t successful clades, has it's origins about 11,800 years ag 3 CONC o. Within the British Isles, a genetic pattern called the A 3 CONC tlantic Modal Haplotype (AMH) features greatly among the Ir 3 CONC ish and Welsh. Some researchers consider this haplotype t 3 CONC o be representative of the early Celtic migrations. Haplogr 3 CONC oup R1b is prevalent within South America given the influ 3 CONC x of Iberian Y-chromosomes to the continent over the last 5 3 CONC 00 years. 3 CONT 3 CONT The picture to the right shows the probability of my distan 3 CONC t ancestral origin. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\R1b_large_RG.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Desert Garden RV Oasis 2 NOTE In January 2008, after eleven years on the road, Roy and Da 3 CONC rlene purchased a nice RV lot in a co-op RV park about fou 3 CONC r miles south of Florence, Arizona. They plan on spending f 3 CONC rom mid-October to mid-April there traveling to cooler plac 3 CONC es during the summer. Roughly. spend a month in southern Ca 3 CONC lifornia, a month in Carson City, fthree months roaming aro 3 CONC und the Pacific northwest, another month in southern Califo 3 CONC rnia and then back to Florence. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Desert Garden Lot E-45.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 _UID 0A6095868536435B8217C9D41EAA6331708B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 29 Jun 2009 3 TIME 09:24 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Roy Leggitt 2000.jpg 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy and Clara 1999.jpg 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Jay & Clara 1951.jpg 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. 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Leggitt\Roy and Elaine Honeymoon Oct 1955.jpg 2 TITL Honeymoon in Dallas 2 NOTE During Roy's and Elaine's honemoon they visited John and Ma 3 CONC vis Tennison and their son Johnny Boyd. Gene was AWOL fro 3 CONC m the Marine Corps then. 2 _DATE Oct 1955 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. 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Leggitt\Jay 1948.jpg 2 TITL Jay Smith 2 _DATE 1948 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\C-124.jpg 2 TITL C-124 2 NOTE Taken at Tachikawa Air Base in Japan. 2 _DATE Abt 1954 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM wpd 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy Leggitt\My Documents\WPDOCS\ROY\Roy's Biography.wpd 2 TITL Roy's Autobiography 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE VIDEO 1 OBJE 2 FORM bmp 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Jay 1944 5th Grade Rialto, CA.bmp 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Lt. Leggitt on Shemya 1961-62.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\2nd Lt Roy Leggitt ca 1960.jpg 2 TITL 2nd Lt. Roy Leggitt 2 _DATE 1960 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy and Alan ca 1960.jpg 2 TITL Roy and Alan 2 NOTE Base housing at Keesler AFB, MS 2 _DATE 1960 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Jay Smith - June 1951.jpg 2 TITL Jay Smith 2 NOTE Graduated from Modesto High School 2 _DATE Jun 1961 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy Leggitt - 1956.jpg 2 TITL Roy Leggitt 2 NOTE Living at Moriarty, NM 2 _DATE 1956 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy Leggitt - Aug 1968.jpg 2 TITL Roy in Atlanta 2 _DATE Aug 1968 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Derald, Roy, and Alan 1961.jpg 2 TITL Derald, Roy, and Alan 2 NOTE Valpariso, FL 2 _DATE Cir 1961 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Jay Smith - ca 1952.jpg 2 TITL Jay Smith 2 NOTE Just before I went into the Air Force, I took a road trip w 3 CONC ith a friend to the California Redwoods. 2 _DATE Fall 1952 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Alan and Roy ca 1962.jpg 2 TITL Alan and Roy 2 NOTE In Valpariso, FL 2 _DATE Cir 1962 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Jay , Chet, and Clara - ca 1944.jpg 2 TITL Jay, Chet, and Clara 2 NOTE Rialto, CA 2 _DATE Cir 1947 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Jay, Leonard, Marge, Mom, Nora, and Chet - 1946.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy Leggitt - ca 1960.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM bmp 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Agnes, Jay, and Clara - Fall 1954.bmp 2 TITL Agnes, Jay, and Clara 2 NOTE This was just after I returned from Iwo Jima and Japan. 2 _DATE Fall 1954 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM bmp 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy Dean and Roy Clarke 1965.bmp 2 TITL Little Roy and Big Roy 2 NOTE In Cherry Hill base housing at Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, Al 3 CONC aska. 2 _DATE 1964 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Elaine and Roy - ca 1974.jpg 2 TITL Elaine and Roy 2 _DATE Cir 1975 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Major Leggitt 1973.jpg 2 TITL Major Leggitt 2 NOTE Major Leggitt was awarded the Joint Service Commendation Me 3 CONC dal for his service with the Supreme Headquarters Allied Po 3 CONC wers Europe from 1969 to 1973. 2 _DATE 1973 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy & Darlene 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy Leggitt - Aug 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy Leggitt - Mar 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. 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Leggitt\Major Roy Aug 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1@ 1 FAMS @F2@ 1 NOTE @NI1@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI1@ NOTE 1 CONC Early Life: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy was born during the Great Depression just at the beginn 1 CONC ing of the Oklahoma dust bowl His parents were not married. 1 CONT 1 CONT (In 1994, Mae Leggitt Finney related a story whereas ther 1 CONC e had been consideration by Inez Hussey Leggitt, Roy's gran 1 CONC dmother, of placing him up for adoption shortly after his b 1 CONC irth. His great grandmother Elizabeth Capps Hussey put an e 1 CONC nd to that by stating there would be no adoption of any o 1 CONC f her great grandchildren.) His grandmother, who didn't lik 1 CONC e the name Roy, called him Jay. 1 CONT 1 CONT In January 1934 his mother and he moved in with the Samue 1 CONC l Purdy family in Carter, Oklahoma. Clara worked as their h 1 CONC ousekeeper and finished high school there in 1936. By 193 1 CONC 7 the Purdy family could no longer support themselves in Ok 1 CONC lahoma because of the severity of the dust bowl. In Septemb 1 CONC er 1937 they migrated to southern California. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy went to first through third grade as Samuel James (Jay 1 CONC ) Purdy. After his mother's marriage in 1941 to Leonard Sm 1 CONC ith, without adoption, his name was changed to Jay Clark Sm 1 CONC ith. He went to 17 grammar schools and four high schools 1 CONC , graduating from Modesto High School, CA, in 1951. Roy wor 1 CONC ked as a janitor, shoe salesman, operating engineer, and ca 1 CONC rpenter until joining the United States Air Force in Novemb 1 CONC er, 1952. During that period he and his family lived in Nev 1 CONC ada, central, and southern California. 1 CONT 1 CONT Military Life: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy joined the United States Air Force 26 November 1952. H 1 CONC e served as an enlisted ground radio operator and attaine 1 CONC d the rank of staff sergeant. Just prior to his marriage i 1 CONC n 1955 Roy changed his name from Jay Clark Smith back to hi 1 CONC s legal birth name, Roy Clarke Leggitt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Upon completion of officer candidate school he was commissi 1 CONC oned as a second lieutenant in 1959. He served as a communi 1 CONC cations officer and later as a communications-electronics s 1 CONC taff officer. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy attended night college courses until he was able to com 1 CONC plete his two final semesters at the Alaska Methodist Unive 1 CONC rsity. He was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Natural Science 1 CONC s (Magna Cum Laude) in 1965. In 1969 Roy completed his Mast 1 CONC ers of Science in Information Sciences degree from the Geo 1 CONC rgia Institute of Technology. 1 CONT 1 CONT During his tour with the USAF, Roy was stationed in Califor 1 CONC nia, Mississippi, Japan, Iwo Jima, Iowa, New Mexico, Azores 1 CONC , Texas, Mississippi, Shemya Island, Alaska, Mississippi, I 1 CONC owa, Georgia, Belgium, and Oklahoma. Roy retired from USA 1 CONC F as a major on 31 August 1974. 1 CONT 1 CONT For a more detailed description of Roy's military service 1 CONC , go to the Internet and select 1 CONT http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dddzcgfd_459hpjwhwhq 1 CONT 1 CONT Post Military Life: 1 CONT 1 CONT Two days after retiring from the USAF Roy began working wit 1 CONC h NCR Corporation in San Diego as a software quality analys 1 CONC t and later as a programmer analyst. He worked primarily i 1 CONC n telecommunications programming. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1976 he became bored with his job and obtained his rea 1 CONC l estate sales license. He worked mostly in the Poway, Cali 1 CONC fornia area. While working there he met his future wife-to- 1 CONC be, Darlene. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1978 he went back to NCR as a senior software quality a 1 CONC nalyst and later as a consulting analyst. 1 CONT 1 CONT After their children were grown, Roy and his wife of nearl 1 CONC y 28 years grew apart and divorced in 1983. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1984 Roy changed over from the commercial side to the de 1 CONC fense industry side of software quality engineering with th 1 CONC e Cubic Defense Corporation in San Diego. He worked as a so 1 CONC ftware quality engineer and later as a software quality eng 1 CONC ineering technical specialist. Again, his specialty was i 1 CONC n telecommunications programming. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1987 Roy married his present wife Darlene. 1 CONT 1 CONT His aim for several years was to retire when he reached 5 1 CONC 9 1/2 years of age. On schedule, Roy retired in October 199 1 CONC 2. 1 CONT 1 CONT Retirement Years: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy now pursues genealogy as his principle pastime. Afte 1 CONC r his wife Darlene retired a day after her fifty-fith birth 1 CONC day in 1996 they spent a considerable amount of time each y 1 CONC ear touring America in their recreational vehicle from thei 1 CONC r home base in San Diego. In January 1997, after they deci 1 CONC ded they enjoyed RVing so much, they sold their house in Sa 1 CONC n Diego, bought a new diesel powered 37' Holiday Rambler En 1 CONC deavor LE, and became full time RVers. Darlene drives and R 1 CONC oy navigates. Using his laptop computer and a two-way Dire 1 CONC cWay satellite Internet connection, Roy still pursues his o 1 CONC nline genealogical quest. 1 CONT 1 CONT They spend their winters on the Colorado River near Parker 1 CONC , Arizona. Starting in early spring and continuing throug 1 CONC h late fall they travel to a selected area of the United St 1 CONC ates. They try to visit family and friends in central Nevad 1 CONC a and southern California twice a year. By the end of 199 1 CONC 7 they had traveled to each of the contiguous 48 states an 1 CONC d in early 1998 ventured down into Mexico. 1 CONT 1 CONT They still have the traveling bug. In June 2002 they upgrad 1 CONC ed their home-on-wheels to a new, custom built 2002 41' Mon 1 CONC aco Windsor diesel pusher with three slide out compartments 1 CONC . Darlene still does all the driving. 1 CONT 1 CONT In January 2008, after eleven years on the road, Roy and D 1 CONC arlene purchased a nice RV lot in a co-op RV park about fou 1 CONC r miles south of Florence, Arizona. They plan on spending f 1 CONC rom mid-October to mid-April there traveling to cooler plac 1 CONC es during the summer. To see our new RV homebase, look at h 1 CONC ttp://tinyurl.com/4ytvrs 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Great Adventure: 1 CONT 1 CONT To read about some of their great adventures, go to http:/ 1 CONC /www.royc.cts.com/Great_Adventure.mht. To see where they ar 1 CONC e camped now, go to tinyurl.com/6gqsz. 0 @CI1@ NOTE 1 CONC Roy was baptized by the Lutheran Chaplin while stationed a 1 CONC t Shemya Air Force Station near the western end of the Aleu 1 CONC tian Chain. 0 @I2@ INDI 1 NAME Wayne Alan /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Wayne Alan 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Nov 1984 2 PLAC Escondido, San Diego, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 76190C5895CA48BF9E6A1D75F7BC91306757 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 Jul 2008 3 TIME 07:21 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Wayne 2000.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Wayne Leggitt 2002.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Wayne Leggitt 2003.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Wayne Leggitt July 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F5151@ 1 FAMC @F2362@ 1 NOTE @NI2@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI2@ NOTE 1 CONC In April 2002 Wayne moved to CA to live with his father i 1 CONC n Cedarpines Park. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 2002 Wayne joined the US Army Reserve and received milit 1 CONC ary training as a munitions handler. In 2004 he transferre 1 CONC d to the US Army and was stationed in Korea in the spring o 1 CONC f 2004. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 2005 he returned to Fort Carson, CO. In late 2006 his un 1 CONC it is being deployed to Afghanastan. However, due to a medi 1 CONC cal condition Wayne left the Army prior to the deployment 1 CONC . He is now employed as an installer with Comcast. 1 CONT 1 CONT Wayne married on November 11th, 2006 at 4pm at Unity Churc 1 CONC h of the Rockies. The reception was at Patty Jewett Golf Co 1 CONC urse following the wedding. Shoes were optional! 1 CONT 1 CONT They now live in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 0 @I3@ INDI 1 NAME Earl Richard /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Earl Richard 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jun 1919 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 CHR 2 DATE 10 Jul 1921 2 PLAC Methodist Church, Yerington, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Apr 2006 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 CAUS Leukemia 1 BURI 2 DATE 4 Apr 2006 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 SOUR @S68@ 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Obituary 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Earl Osborne Obituary.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 _UID 016CB13D2C7A4651919C79E7F80961F77EE7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Apr 2009 3 TIME 15:25 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Ozzie abt 1997.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\earl osborne 2002-2.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\earl & tomi osborne 2002.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Earl Osborne Obituary.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3@ 1 FAMS @F4@ 1 FAMC @F662@ 1 NOTE @NI3@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 1 NOTE @MI3@ 0 @NI3@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of children's births and marriages: Osborne famil 1 CONC y records. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl was born and raised on a farm in Yerington, Nevada. I 1 CONC n his early teens, after the separation of his parents, h 1 CONC e lived with his mother and stepfather. (His sister Ellen w 1 CONC as already married and his brother Roy lived with their fat 1 CONC her.) Earl's mother and stepfather moved often and at th 1 CONC e age of 14 he went with them to Montana and later to Logan 1 CONC , Utah before returning to Yerington where he finished hig 1 CONC h school. He was very shy as a young man. He was interest 1 CONC ed in school sports but wasn't allowed to participate becau 1 CONC se he had lost a kidney from a fall from a horse. This wa 1 CONC s a blow to his ego. As the old song goes "You Gotta Be a F 1 CONC ootball Hero to Get Along with the Beautiful Girls." 1 CONT 1 CONT The May 10th 1937 edition of the Reno Evening Gazett had a 1 CONC n article entitled Roll of Honor Given at Lyon. The honor r 1 CONC oll for the Yerington High School for the past six week per 1 CONC iod was announced as follows: Eighty-five to ninety - ... E 1 CONC arl Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT While at Yerington High School Earl played in the band. Dar 1 CONC lene still has his band letter. 1 CONT 1 CONT The June 1st 1938 edition had an article entitled Yeringto 1 CONC n Class to Graduate Friday. Thirty-five seniors will receiv 1 CONC e their diplomas from the high school here on Friday evenin 1 CONC g at commencement exercises to be held at Rink Hall. This i 1 CONC s one of the largest classes ever to graduate from the loca 1 CONC l high school. The past weekend has been taken up with stud 1 CONC ent activities which began Saturday evening with the junio 1 CONC r - senior banquet and the senior ball. The banquet was hel 1 CONC d at Spangler hall and members of the junior and senior cla 1 CONC sses and the faculty were guests... The following seniors w 1 CONC ill receive their diplomas: Roy Alazzi, Fred Barrett, Charl 1 CONC es Booth, Frank Booth, Jim Borge, Victor Bernard, Ray Charl 1 CONC ebols, Joy Chiantelli, Mario Dini, Eleanor Fabri, Norma Fab 1 CONC ri, Claude Farrell, LaVerda Fitzgerald, Pat Gallager, Berni 1 CONC ce Gastman, Marie Gomes, Easter Hanson, Ruth Hansen, Etal 1 CONC o Lommori, Bill Mathews, Frank McGowan, Gerald McGowan, Flo 1 CONC rence Malonchi, Leona Osborn, Stanley Osborne, Earl Osborne 1 CONC , Idanne Perry, Gene Powers, Louie Romani, Peter Rosaschi 1 CONC , Lela Sciarani, Florence Strosnider, Anne Wagoner, France 1 CONC s Willis and Arthur Warken. 1 CONT 1 CONT On Feb.13, 1940 the Nevada State Journal carried an articl 1 CONC e entitled Birthday Fete Held on Friday. Dayton - A birthda 1 CONC y dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kraai Fr 1 CONC iday evening honoring Mr. Kraai. A birthday cake was the ce 1 CONC nter of attraction and dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. A 1 CONC l Lungrum, the Masters Lyle and Douglas Stoner, Max McCallu 1 CONC m and Mulligan from Como, Earl Osborne, Sidney Kraai, Mis 1 CONC s Wanda Kraai and the host and hostess. 1 CONT 1 CONT He became involved in the Roosevelt NYA (National Youth Adm 1 CONC inistration) where he met his first wife Sibyl. The militar 1 CONC y wouldn't accept him because of his kidney condition. Howe 1 CONC ver, he spent most of his working career as a civil servan 1 CONC t with the military. He started as an aircraft carbureto 1 CONC r mechanic and later became an aircraft engine inspector. A 1 CONC t approximately age 35 he began studies of electronics an 1 CONC d then worked at the Sacramento Signal Depot as an Electron 1 CONC ic Technician. He continued his civil service career at Nor 1 CONC ton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, California where he w 1 CONC as employed as an Atlas Missile Inertial Guidance Systems A 1 CONC nalyst (trouble shooter.) Much of his time was spent at var 1 CONC ious missile sites throughout the USA. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1965 Earl began working for Naval Operations at Point Ma 1 CONC gu Naval Base as a Communications Electronic Technician. H 1 CONC e was able to take advantage of a federal employee's earl 1 CONC y retirement program and retired in 1974 at age 55. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl and Tommi built their retirement home in Smith Valley 1 CONC , Nevada where he enjoyed doing church work and playing th 1 CONC e accordion for various occasions. Torn and disconnected te 1 CONC ndons and muscles in his shoulders prevented his playing th 1 CONC e accordion any longer. Therefore he began playing the ele 1 CONC ctronic keyboard. Music is his hobby and he now plays the k 1 CONC eyboard for parties at the South Lyon County Hospital and t 1 CONC he saxophone with a band at the Senior Center in Yerington. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl has played trumpet and saxophone in various dance band 1 CONC s as a part-time professional musician for most of his work 1 CONC ing years. 1 CONT 1 CONT After living in their dream home for nearly 25 years the ma 1 CONC intenance of the vast yard and out buildings became a majo 1 CONC r chore. They sold their home in Wellington bought a double 1 CONC -wide manufactured home in Yerington near the senior cente 1 CONC r and hospital. 1 CONT 1 CONT He spent the last half year of his life in a nursing home i 1 CONC n Yerinton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Some of his friends and acquaintances don't know his firs 1 CONC t name. He is known for the most part as "Ozzie." 1 CONT 1 CONT The Mason Valley News published the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl Osborne 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl "Oz" Richard Osborne passed away early Saturday mor 1 CONC n April 1, 2006, at the South Lyon Medical Center in Yering 1 CONC ton. He was 86. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was born June 20, 1919 on the Osborne family Ranch i 1 CONC n Mason Valley, the son of Sydney and Grace (Watson) Osborn 1 CONC e. He was raised on the farm before leaving at the age of 1 1 CONC 8. He married Doris 'Tommi' Hansen in Placerville, Californ 1 CONC ia June 1955. He worked as an Electronics Technician for ov 1 CONC er 25 years. He was a musician who played several differ in 1 CONC struments including the Sax, Trumpet, Accordion, Keyboard a 1 CONC nd Drums. He played for the residents of Mason Valley Resid 1 CONC ence, the Senior Center and Long Term Care at South Lyon Me 1 CONC dical Center. He also enjoyed gardening. 1 CONT 1 CONT He is survived by: his wife, Doris 'Tommi' of Yerington 1 CONC ; daughters, Darlene Leggitt of Livingston, TX; Kathleen De 1 CONC aton of Huntsville, AR; son, Daniel Osborne of Wellington 1 CONC , NV and step-son, Gary Thompson of Green Valley, AZ; nin 1 CONC e grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and one great great 1 CONC -grandchild 1 CONT 1 CONT A graveside funeral service will be held at 2:00p.m. (to 1 CONC day) April7, 2006, at the Valley View Cemetery. A receptio 1 CONC n and gathering to celebrate his life will also be held o 1 CONC n Sunday, April 9, 2006 at 1:00p.m. at the Smith Valley Uni 1 CONC ted Methodist Church, 44 River Road Smith, NY. Memorial don 1 CONC ations may be made in Oz's name to the Smith Val1ey Unite 1 CONC d Methodist Church, PO Box 100, Smith, NV 89430. 1 CONT 1 CONT Arrangements are W1der the direc of Freitas Rupracht Fune 1 CONC ral Home, Yerington (775) 463-2911. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The Nevada Apeal published the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl "Oz" Richard Osborne 1 CONT 1 CONT April 4, 2006 1 CONT 1 CONT A celebration of life for Earl "Oz" Richard Osborne, 86 1 CONC , a 1 CONT Yerington resident, will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Smith V 1 CONC alley United Methodist Church at 44 River Road, in Smith. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Osborne died April 1, 2006, at the South Lyon Medica 1 CONC l Center in Yerington. He was born June 20, 1919, in Maso 1 CONC n Valley, at the Osborne Family Ranch, to Sydney Osborne an 1 CONC d Grace Watson. 1 CONT 1 CONT He married Doris "Tommi" Hansen in Placerville, Calif. 1 CONC , in June 1955. 1 CONT 1 CONT He worked as an electronics technician for more than 2 1 CONC 5 years. 1 CONT 1 CONT He enjoyed gardening and playing music on several instru 1 CONC ments, including the saxophone, trumpet, accordion, 1 CONT keyboard and percussion. He volunteered to play at the Maso 1 CONC n Valley Residence, the senior center and the Long Term Hea 1 CONC lth Care unit at South Lyon Medical Center. 1 CONT 1 CONT Among his survivors are his wife, of Yerington; daughter 1 CONC s Darlene Leggitt of Livingston, Texas, and Kathleen Deato 1 CONC n of Huntsville, Ark.; son, Daniel Osborne of Wellington; s 1 CONC tepson, Gary Thompson of Green Valley, Ariz.; nine grandchi 1 CONC ldren; 14 great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandchi 1 CONC ld. 1 CONT 1 CONT Burial will take place with a graveside service at 2 p.m 1 CONC . Friday at the Valley View Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT Memorial contributions may be made to the Smith Valley U 1 CONC nited Methodist Church, P.O. Box 100, Smith, NV, 89430. 1 CONT 1 CONT Freitas Rupracht Funeral Home in Yerington is in charg 1 CONC e of arrangements. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Securtity Death Index has this: 1 CONT Name: Earl Richard Osborne SSN: 550-24-0427 Last Residence 1 CONC : 89447 Yerington, Lyon, Nevada, United States of America B 1 CONC orn: 20 Jun 1919 Died: 1 Apr 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: 0 @MI3@ NOTE 1 CONC (Medical):Earl died at about 2:00 AM on the first of Apri 1 CONC l 2006 at the South Lyon Medical Center's long term care un 1 CONC it where he had been since late fall 2005. 0 @I5@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Luther/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Dec 1678 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1754 1 _UID D19C5D0396E2436AB912CBA2099F976DD655 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4244@ 1 NOTE @NI5@ 0 @NI5@ NOTE 1 CONC Another source indicates birth location as New London, Conn 1 CONC ecticut 0 @I6@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Luther/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1681 2 PLAC , New London, Connecticut 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 84DE5876408649BCB01A725F988ED3EC7BA1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4244@ 0 @I7@ INDI 1 NAME Jonah /Luther/ 2 GIVN Jonah 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1681 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 34D612CFE33B412EACF005F743A8CCB47BCF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4244@ 0 @I8@ INDI 1 NAME Susannah /Luther/ 2 GIVN Susannah 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1683 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6F68261F43A64C36AD73336731D344D76031 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4244@ 1 NOTE @NI8@ 0 @NI8@ NOTE 1 CONC Another record indicates birth as 1686. 0 @I9@ INDI 1 NAME Joanah /Luther/ 2 GIVN Joanah 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1683-1689 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C16B5B22F98F4184888AB847C2296C0C6A28 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4244@ 0 @I10@ INDI 1 NAME Curtis /Cole/ 2 GIVN Curtis 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Apr 1742 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID ED5ECC1936DA42779133A66B02C0DFAF1E05 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I11@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Cole/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 Jul 1744 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4DEAB544254C4D5BA6138C513B1C60BE5465 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I12@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Cole/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Dec 1746 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 321D1D877C0946F69537E0C6CA9083F8FBF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I13@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Cole/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Oct 1751 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E2BF46811E314F678E4AEDDB17C58060C940 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I15@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Cole/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Feb 1756 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID EE49E0195A274C0BB014F11647F683730683 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 1 NOTE @NI15@ 0 @NI15@ NOTE 1 CONC Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Book 1 CONC s (152 Vols.) 1 CONT Combined Matches: 6 1 CONT The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revol 1 CONC ution Volume 33 1 CONT page 147 1 CONT Mrs. Maria Louisa Cole Remington. 1 CONT DAR ID Number: 32438 1 CONT Born in Swansea, Massachusetts. 1 CONT Wife of William A. Remington. 1 CONT Descendant of Rev. Charles Thompson, Ebenezer Cole, Ebeneze 1 CONC r Cole, Jr., and Col. Sylvester Child. 1 CONT Daughter of Ebenezer Cole and Maria Thompson, his wife. 1 CONT Granddaughter of Ebenezer Cole, Jr. and Patty Ingraham, hi 1 CONC s wife; Dr. William Thompson and Sarah Smith, his wife. 1 CONT Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Cole and Prudence Miller, hi 1 CONC s wife; Charles Thompson and Sarah Child, (b. 1752), his wi 1 CONC fe. 1 CONT Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sylvester Child and Abigail Miller 1 CONC , his wife. 1 CONT Charles Thompson, (1748-1803), was appointed chaplain of th 1 CONC e First Continental Battalion, Col. Christopher Greene. H 1 CONC e was born in Amwell, N. J.; died in Charlton, Mass. 1 CONT Ebenezer Cole, (1715-98), served as deputy from Warren, R 1 CONC . I., to the General Assembly. 1 CONT Ebenezer Cole, Jr., (1756-1818), served as a private in a c 1 CONC ompany commanded by his older brother Curtis Cole. 1 CONT Sylvester Child was a member of the Committee of Defence an 1 CONC d was appointed to receive recruits. He was taken prisoner 1 CONC , 1778, with his son-in-law, Charles Thompson. He was bor 1 CONC n in Swansea, Mass., 1730; died in Warren R. I. 0 @I16@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Cole/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Dec 1758 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F05CCAD39CD64FA79F89A90202D1F6402DFC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I17@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Cole/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Oct 1759 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 12 Aug 1836 1 _UID 29A58C3E987C488B8DBB4EC982A531BBF18A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I18@ INDI 1 NAME Roby /Cole/ 2 GIVN Roby 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX U 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Dec 1761 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID FC7581A13CAB45C4ADCF43461E30CC1BBD51 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I19@ INDI 1 NAME John /Easterbrook/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Easterbrook 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F14425844E1C48628E10F0A5EB1E7054F2D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F8@ 0 @I20@ INDI 1 NAME Levi /Perry/ 2 GIVN Levi 2 SURN Perry 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 68303341C4C343AAA6B86F84B7C67526E934 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F9@ 0 @I21@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Sisson/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Sisson 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D52958A7F7EB4574A243FD5524C8682A4DD3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F10@ 0 @I22@ INDI 1 NAME Paul /McDonald/ 2 GIVN Paul 2 SURN McDonald 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 7B65B514618F4254B2C54EB9947D85B8FBAB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F11@ 0 @I24@ INDI 1 NAME Abraham /Abell/ 2 GIVN Abraham 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Nov 1639 2 PLAC Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 Nov 1639 2 PLAC Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE 14 Nov 1639 2 PLAC Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts 1 AFN G7K4-B0 1 _UID 59F47E1A534446988020F4739823B41EEE1C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I25@ INDI 1 NAME Preserved /Abell/ 2 GIVN Preserved 2 SURN Abell 2 NSFX Lieutenant 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1644 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Aug 1724 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Newman Cemetery 1 AFN BGR9-BM 1 _UID F46ED45734724D2F9919CCA5AC451C543337 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I26@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Abell/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1646-1647 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Aug 1731 2 PLAC Norwich, Ni, Connecticut 1 BURI 2 PLAC 1st Norwich B/G, Norwich, New London, Connecticut 1 AFN C474-QP 1 _UID 8596FCF05CDC4509A015FC0EB52C8C964FA0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I27@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua /Abell/ 2 GIVN Joshua 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1649 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Mar 1724 2 PLAC Norwich, New London, Connecticut 1 BURI 2 PLAC Norwich, , Connecticut 1 AFN 3ZSV-D7 1 _UID A659BD6ECAE148889B4E5CE2582760AB560A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I28@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Abell/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1650-1651 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Jun 1699 2 PLAC Norwich, New London, Connecticut 1 BURI 2 PLAC Norwich, New London Count, Connecticut 1 AFN BJ9N-JV 1 _UID 0B5CB838EBA94DC5944654E17185FF2F3099 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I29@ INDI 1 NAME Experience /Abell/ 2 GIVN Experience 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1653 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Jan 1706 1 AFN G7K4-HT 1 _UID 2812DECE0B6643578E9EB40BB79213ED2591 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I30@ INDI 1 NAME James /Abell/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1655 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN N8BV-QM 1 _UID C1978BACDB9740AABE78E6DDDC99B1454F49 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4270@ 0 @I31@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Millard/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Nov 1690 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 4 May 1709 1 _UID 0B9076062DB542E89D7D066D1CB4634D30B8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I33@ INDI 1 NAME John /Millard/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Feb 1692 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A134492CF794438F923814850804420F67D3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I34@ INDI 1 NAME Charity /Millard/ 2 GIVN Charity 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Apr 1696 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A5D6602C81744B04B8E80D5E9B90838C905A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F14@ 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I35@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel /Millard/ 2 GIVN Rachel 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Jul 1698 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Feb 1742 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID 467A27643CE94101A66358E10FC1FF591C52 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F15@ 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I36@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Millard/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1700 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 15 Nov 1743 1 _UID 059D96995B8D43378F066FD0CE50170D490B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F16@ 1 FAMS @F17@ 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I37@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Millard/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Feb 1707 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Apr 1761 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 1A63F5A6981A44569377699D34377B79D371 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4269@ 1 NOTE @NI37@ 0 @NI37@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Benjamin Miller Esq. who died with the Small P 1 CONC ox April ye 13th ADomini 1761, in ye 55th Year of his Age. 0 @I38@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Millard/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Apr 1702 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 31E93CD64EFE46C489B85A0ADA74A69BB658 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I39@ INDI 1 NAME John /Wood/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Wood 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Dec 1689 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Jul 1775 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID 62C2D134F7D44C2B86663633D0769C27C9F9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F14@ 0 @I40@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Allen/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Allen 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Mar 1693 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E1C3A9F34D40408A84BE7747BE30C3FC4451 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F15@ 0 @I41@ INDI 1 NAME Seth /Eddy/ 2 GIVN Seth 2 SURN Eddy 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 May 1697 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 Dec 1737 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID 77D5E69997F34618B43A360AFE77708A50D0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F16@ 0 @I42@ INDI 1 NAME Meletiah /Martin/ 2 GIVN Meletiah 2 SURN Martin 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Oct 1706 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1752 1 _UID 2E1480E9635248099AEAEEE8F72164AC3331 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F17@ 0 @I44@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Millard/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Feb 1664 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 Sep 1741 2 PLAC Bristol, , Rhode Island 1 _UID 1A14184D761B4249AFDAB3C3A0958847B2E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F19@ 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I45@ INDI 1 NAME John /Bragg/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Bragg 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C15C995272384F12B42D3768096810FD111A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F19@ 0 @I46@ INDI 1 NAME Nehemiah /Millard/ 2 GIVN Nehemiah 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Jun 1668 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 74C00670417B4B4982FAD57AA4399806400F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I47@ INDI 1 NAME Josiah /Millard/ 2 GIVN Josiah 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Jul 1670 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 May 1694 2 PLAC Bristol, , Massachusetts 1 _UID 8EC61A335C984B66BA0329B663EF20E135BC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I48@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /Millard/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 Mar 1672 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 0D73EAAA78E74F209308A1F4FB624DBF7B83 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I49@ INDI 1 NAME Solomon /Millard/ 2 GIVN Solomon 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Mar 1674 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 384A5C712FBF434DA7E8E4E022FE2E0B7988 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I51@ INDI 1 NAME Ephraim /Millard/ 2 GIVN Ephraim 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4337678532E14297AF120366ED3C3CC3A45B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I52@ INDI 1 NAME Mary (Marcy) /Millard/ 2 GIVN Mary (Marcy) 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Jun 1680 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4ACB6E63050A4A169BB3A060A1F333FD6701 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F21@ 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I53@ INDI 1 NAME John /Vaughn/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Vaughn 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5066759340A04A0A806049E64D18BBE0019B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F21@ 0 @I54@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Millard/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Sep 1684 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE 24 Dec 1690 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID F56743DFD4D846BCBBA9B3D49EE70A09AFFD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I55@ INDI 1 NAME Experience /Millard/ 2 GIVN Experience 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 May 1687 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1699-1717 1 _UID 5AE634FA418D42BFB202A28EB2D19EF83AA9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4230@ 0 @I56@ INDI 1 NAME John /Millard/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1636 2 PLAC Probably, , England 1 BURI 2 DATE 5 Jun 1684 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID FFE4F948439948E7806864894639254BF36D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4232@ 0 @I57@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DA30CD1D720545CA94E58189DD68E6D7FF5F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F22@ 0 @I100@ INDI 1 NAME Desire /Reed/ 2 GIVN Desire 2 SURN Reed 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1743 2 PLAC Of Waltham, Addison, Vermont 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1824 1 SOUR @S3@ 1 _UID D90BC88A6A9E467382ECE60E5FF8F26B0D91 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F35@ 1 NOTE @NI100@ 0 @NI100@ NOTE 1 CONC Cemetery Records of Addison County, Vermont New Haven, Verm 1 CONC ont Vol. III 1 CONT 1 CONT Name: Widdow Desire Barton 1 CONT Death Date: 01 Dec 1824 1 CONT Age: 81 years 1 CONT Cemetery: Sunset View Cemetery 1 CONT Description: Waltham, Vermont 0 @I101@ INDI 1 NAME Dyer /Barton/ 2 GIVN Dyer 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 _UID C8C47C7DE9A74B8A8329C8161AD91948C8C0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4000@ 0 @I102@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Barton/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8C86CA4B30C54E0D9A8FCCC9B186C426561F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F4000@ 0 @I103@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Barton/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1736 2 PLAC Stamford, Fairfield, CT USA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Oct 1813 2 PLAC Waltham, VT USA 1 SOUR @S3@ 1 _UID 97E212AD80B04DF1A7F199D08160EC0E82FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F35@ 1 FAMC @F4000@ 1 NOTE @NI103@ 0 @NI103@ NOTE 1 CONC David G. White, Dec 1997 1 CONT whitekni@together.net 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Andrew Barton 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. ANDREW5 BARTON (ANTHONY4, ANDREW3, BENJAMIN2, RUFUS1) 1 CONC 1 was born 1737 in Salisbury, Connecticut2, and died Januar 1 CONC y 10, 1813 in Waltham, Vermont3. He married DESIRE REED4 D 1 CONC ecember 11, 1760 in Salisbury, Connecticut5. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for ANDREW BARTON: 1 CONT Per "New Haven in Vermont 1761-1983": Andrew Barton was on 1 CONC e of the original grantees of New Haven, VT. He, along wit 1 CONC h most of the New Haven proprietors, came from Salisbury, C 1 CONC onnecticut. He was the first moderator of New Haven. 1 CONT 1 CONT Per "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer", Vol. 1, by A. M. He 1 CONC menway (1868): 1 CONT 1 CONT "FIRST SETTLERS. 1767. Mr. Barton and others made some p 1 CONC reparations for a settlement; but soon returned to Connecti 1 CONC cut. 1 CONT 1768. Mr. Barton and family came on; were driven off by t 1 CONC he Yorkers and Indians; Mr. B. taken prisoner; when set a 1 CONC t liberty, returned, and found his home in ruins, but, noth 1 CONC ing discouraged, commenced again on the same farm. About th 1 CONC is time, Messers. Griswold, Cook and others probably settle 1 CONC d, who were captured by the British in 1778. Mr. Barton an 1 CONC d family were imprisoned at Crown Point, the others at Queb 1 CONC ec. Mr. Barton and family were released before the close o 1 CONC f the war, and returned to their old farm, where he lived t 1 CONC ill his death, in 1813, aged 77. He was one of the origina 1 CONC l proprietors. He and Phineas Brown were the most prominen 1 CONC t men in town." 1 CONT 1 CONT Rose Family Genealogy Research Information, in the "Barto 1 CONC n Family Record" says Andrew Barton was born in 1740. 1 CONT Brett MacDonald says Andrew bart 1 CONC on was born 1736 in Stamford, CT. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for DESIRE REED: 1 CONT per Gravestone in Sunset View Cemetary, Waltham, Vermont: " 1 CONC widdow" 1 CONT 1 CONT In the vital records of the Town of Salisbury, CT she is li 1 CONC sted as "Desia Reed" when she married Andrew Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of ANDREW BARTON and DESIRE REED are: 1 CONT 2. i. ANDREW6 BARTON, b. September 24, 1761, Salisbury, Co 1 CONC nnecticut; d. July 19, 1801, Waltham, Vermont. 1 CONT ii. ANTHONY BARTON, b. January 03, 1764, Salisbury, Conne 1 CONC cticut6. 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. iii. NATHAN BARTON, b. January 19, 1766; d. 1847. 1 CONT iv. ELIAS BARTON, b. May 27, 17687. 1 CONT 1 CONT v. MARY BARTON, b. June 20, 17708. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. ANDREW6 BARTON (ANDREW5, ANTHONY4, ANDREW3, BENJAMIN2 1 CONC , RUFUS1)9 was born September 24, 1761 in Salisbury, Connec 1 CONC ticut10,11, and died July 19, 1801 in Waltham, Vermont12 1 CONC . He married MARY (POLLY) CHALKER13,14 Bef. 1792. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for ANDREW BARTON: 1 CONT Andrew Barton, Jr. Esq. 1 CONT 1 CONT Per "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer", Vol. 1, by A. M. He 1 CONC menway (1868): "The Town (of Waltham, VT) was organized Ma 1 CONC rch 30, 1797, at the house of Andrew Barton, Jr., Esq., th 1 CONC e first town clerk and treasurer." 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for MARY (POLLY) CHALKER: 1 CONT per Gravestone in Sunset View Cemetary, Waltham, Vermont: " 1 CONC wife of Andrew Barton Jr. Esq." 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of ANDREW BARTON and MARY CHALKER are: 1 CONT i. JAMES H.7 BARTON, b. Abt. 1792; d. December 06, 184215. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cemetery Records of Addison County, Vermont New Haven, Verm 1 CONC ont Vol. III 1 CONT 1 CONT Name: Andrew Barton 1 CONT Death Date: 10 Jan 1813 1 CONT Age: 76 years 1 CONT Cemetery: Sunset View Cemetery 1 CONT Description: Waltham, Vermont 0 @I106@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Barton/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Jan 1766 2 PLAC Of Waltham, Addison, Vermont 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1847 1 SOUR @S3@ 1 _UID 6405A0211E6C4999912B421E8B2F30DC780B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F35@ 0 @I107@ INDI 1 NAME Elias /Barton/ 2 GIVN Elias 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 May 1768 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1020BDC704F84DAF947DFD07F28A17398D3B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F35@ 0 @I108@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jun 1770 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID CF5D59618576436C8915F0B6CFDC8A232CF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F35@ 1 NOTE @NI108@ 0 @NI108@ NOTE 1 CONC Name: Gary Griswold Email: Griswold41@juno.com 12/26/2001 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Barton married Adonijah Griswold March 18, 1789 in Wal 1 CONC tham Vt. Adonijah was the son of John and Phebe (Collins) G 1 CONC riswold. They later moved to White Hall, Greene County, Ill 1 CONC inois area about 1830. They are buried at the North Cemeter 1 CONC y, 2 miles west of White Hall. Mary died Sept. 27,1847. The 1 CONC ir children were: Henry (Harry), Cyrus, Desire, Elias, Adon 1 CONC ijah C., Mary, Lucy, Edmund, Sildney, Sylvester and possibl 1 CONC y another son named Adonijah. 0 @I109@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 232F02FB3D4744BD872725C60C1D0F15BAC1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F35@ 0 @I110@ INDI 1 NAME George /Barton/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5931B11393AD45D9B6BA1BE911488D575D3C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F35@ 0 @I111@ INDI 1 NAME Mary (Polly) /Chalker/ 2 GIVN Mary (Polly) 2 SURN Chalker 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E1090404B9584280A106230AC93B8398B834 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F39@ 0 @I112@ INDI 1 NAME James H /Barton/ 2 GIVN James H 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1792 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Dec 1842 1 _UID E4CA5048877148FD9471E18758786CE10D23 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F39@ 0 @I113@ INDI 1 NAME Laura /Barton/ 2 GIVN Laura 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Jun 1795 2 PLAC Waltham, VT USA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 Apr 1862 2 PLAC Waltham, VT USA 1 _UID 8BD5FF8A1CA64F8D91B85E4A44068DA2F1B0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F40@ 1 FAMC @F39@ 1 NOTE @NI113@ 0 @NI113@ NOTE 1 CONC This is David White's ancestor. 0 @I114@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew C /Barton/ 2 GIVN Andrew C 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 8D059F2B4EBD498EB8A2B66814758DDFABBD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F39@ 1 NOTE @NI114@ 0 @NI114@ NOTE 1 CONC To: royc@cts.com 1 CONT Subject: Andrew C. Barton, b. Aug. 12, 1817 1 CONT From: Thebarnguy@aol.com 1 CONT Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2000 12:03:56 EST 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Folks, 1 CONT 1 CONT I searched and searched through all of your records, finall 1 CONC y ending when I found a listing of an Andrew C. Barton, bu 1 CONC t nothing following. I have recently acquired some family r 1 CONC ecords from an old bible, listing births of 13 Bartons, a n 1 CONC umber of death dates, and listing of Ingersol and Fowler 1 CONC . The earliest Barton records are Eligah, b. April 2, 1786 1 CONC , and Sarah, b. Feb 4, 1788 Other names are John I., Mary 1 CONC , Abraham, Jane, Andrew, Emeline, Stephen, Prudence, Jame 1 CONC s H., Arphee, and Henry F. My gggrandfather, Patrick Mullen 1 CONC , was in the Boston area around 1843, since we have a lette 1 CONC r sent to him there 1 CONT from Ireland. I think he is the one who married into the Ba 1 CONC rton family. There is a family burial plot in Cold Springs 1 CONC , NY, where some Mullens and Bartons are buried. That's abo 1 CONC ut all I know, do you have any thing you can offer me? 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks, 1 CONT 1 CONT Brian Murphy 0 @I115@ INDI 1 NAME Harriet /Barton/ 2 GIVN Harriet 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 9EDADC545E06491880F50F1BE6946E0E0220 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F41@ 1 FAMC @F39@ 0 @I117@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Turner/ 2 GIVN Timothy 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 _UID 6541EF59AC8F46949D54B3DEE42457A78BE8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F41@ 0 @I118@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3F3DA6A656A24B3899C6E6B0CE53F217621B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F42@ 1 FAMC @F39@ 0 @I119@ INDI 1 NAME William /Palmer/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Palmer 1 SEX M 1 _UID D019565F3AD94E62AD7D2364ED750EEC6E3B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F42@ 0 @I120@ INDI 1 NAME Walter /Barton/ 2 GIVN Walter 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1800 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1876 1 _UID 2D2F9858BCB347418D4B50244A00F785558D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F43@ 1 FAMS @F44@ 1 FAMS @F45@ 1 FAMS @F46@ 1 FAMC @F38@ 0 @I121@ INDI 1 NAME Julia /Eldredge/ 2 GIVN Julia 2 SURN Eldredge 1 SEX F 1 _UID F9291416FC8247E7893CFC079A2C89F80765 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F43@ 0 @I122@ INDI 1 NAME Lorett /Eldredge/ 2 GIVN Lorett 2 SURN Eldredge 1 SEX F 1 _UID 3E5175E5DB3F40F0B582664A62A45B8E0953 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F44@ 0 @I123@ INDI 1 NAME Parthenia /Rood/ 2 GIVN Parthenia 2 SURN Rood 1 SEX F 1 _UID E8C6C925C5774AFEB1A4C9DE3A10C6DA06B2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F45@ 0 @I124@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Wheler/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Wheler 1 SEX F 1 _UID 8BB0FEDF51DB4E3FB73ACB536FBFF25F5F9A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F46@ 0 @I125@ INDI 1 NAME Newton J /Rose/ 2 GIVN Newton J 2 SURN Rose 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8FFFA3A07EA146429C535E52491163E6BAC2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F40@ 0 @I126@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Timothy 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Apr 1718 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-JJP 1 _UID 0FF02FAF4C6C4308A0F71EE2845D51D57E0C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F47@ 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I129@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Dimon/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Dimon 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1722 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-JKW 1 _UID 001B90ECA93C4DDDA7290E93F544E2295BCF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F47@ 0 @I131@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Timothy 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1739 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Feb 1813 1 AFN 1618-L9L 1 _UID FE2781A132064E0D98710524072CB29A8BC6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F49@ 1 FAMC @F47@ 0 @I136@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Timothy 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1681 2 PLAC 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Dec 1741 1 AFN 1618-H1F 1 _UID 0BEE4210927140B1998E23B5F98D2C8777E9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F51@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I137@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Dayton/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Dayton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1685 2 PLAC 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-H2M 1 _UID 3A6C23C2AE904DD2B62CEE508BD7CC4D8312 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F51@ 0 @I139@ INDI 1 NAME Amy /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Amy 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1709 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-JHH 1 _UID AC7CED2A7D464B3388C28896A34516957B7B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F52@ 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I140@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1712 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1717 1 AFN 1618-H42 1 _UID DE50A9B2B79943CB9921592908CD216D8688 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I141@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Christopher 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1719 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 AFN 1618-H6G 1 _UID FDA194AD6B4F45C99C825EAC41C11F8F7F5E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I142@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Christopher 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1723 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 AFN 1618-H7N 1 _UID F1FD99E89F364C42888759F838C5AA4821C3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I143@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1723 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1724 1 AFN 1618-H8V 1 _UID 223A7033E30649B08AD2067B0738431A5A2A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I144@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Aug 1728 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 AFN 1618-H93 1 _UID 003C3DB4056442449B1E956B9204B3314FA8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I145@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1730 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1754 1 AFN 1618-JSC 1 _UID D3E687AB5E5E4F2C9EEDA2CFAC7691693AAE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F53@ 1 FAMC @F51@ 0 @I146@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Mulford 2 NSFX Captain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1644 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 1644 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Aug 1725 2 PLAC Of East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN MTDM-SC 1 _UID 34856F600E80447BB3DBB7E74DE235A90E6F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F54@ 1 FAMS @F55@ 1 FAMC @F64@ 1 NOTE @NI146@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI146@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History indicates Capt. Samuel 2 was a Town of 1 CONC ficer at an early age, member of the Provincial Assembly o 1 CONC f N.Y. from 1705 to 1720; was Capt. of Colonial Militia. H 1 CONC e engaged in whaling and commerce, with a warehouse and pie 1 CONC r at Northwest. He had a good deal of trouble with the Roya 1 CONC l governor and went over his head to London in 1716. By hi 1 CONC s pleading, the duty on whale oil -- unjustly levied so eas 1 CONC tern Long Islanders thought -- was removed. It was on his v 1 CONC isit to London that he earned the nickname of "Fishhook Mul 1 CONC ford." 0 @I147@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Conkling 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1648 2 PLAC Long Island, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 Nov 1717 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 1618-G7H 1 _UID 3B5BBA42AED14BD1A6C9174B1115CFA89B6E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F54@ 1 FAMC @F107@ 1 NOTE @NI147@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI147@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History says most historians give no last nam 1 CONC e for Esther. Dr. F. A. Finch says she was daughter of Step 1 CONC hen and Rebecca Shaw Hand. David Mulford, who has given th 1 CONC e matter considerable study, says it is a mystery of long s 1 CONC tanding; but refers to the book "Lineal Descendants of Susa 1 CONC n (Mulford) Cory, Wife of Capt. James Cory: Vol. 3, Part 1 1 CONC , p. 49 (in the Pennypacker L.I. Collection) which says o 1 CONC f Capt. Samuel's first wife: "His first wife was Esther Con 1 CONC klin. She died Nov. 24, 1717, aged 64, according to tombsto 1 CONC ne; E.H. Church records give her age at death as 'about 80. 1 CONC ' Exact date of her marriage is not known. Indirect circums 1 CONC tance seems to indicate Samuel's first wife was daughter o 1 CONC f Ananias Conklin by his third wife, whom he married when s 1 CONC he was a widow of Robert Rose. Conklin died about 1657, whe 1 CONC n daughter was about four years old. John Mulford with Thom 1 CONC as Baker and John Hand agreed on plan suggested by her olde 1 CONC st half-brother, Jeremiah Conkling, who was then administra 1 CONC tor of the estate for 'her bringing up till she was eight y 1 CONC ears old.'" See Town Records, Vol. I, p. 116 taken from Boo 1 CONC k 2, p. 175. 0 @I148@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1674 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1748 1 AFN 1618-GRS 1 _UID 13146C66ABFB4042AAADA1FAD96B2F57DD1E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F56@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I150@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1676 2 PLAC Long Island, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Aug 1720 2 PLAC New London, New London, Connecticut 1 BURI 2 PLAC New London, New London, Connecticut 1 AFN 10R1-HS3 1 _UID BAAD3730EAF94667A728F29418DAF67A156F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F58@ 1 FAMS @F59@ 1 FAMS @F60@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I151@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1678 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Jul 1743 2 PLAC Amagansett 1 AFN 1618-GXT 1 _UID 82FAEC8827724B299D608A93E0C1C5229FC1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F61@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I152@ INDI 1 NAME Elias /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Elias 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1685 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Nov 1760 2 PLAC Amagansett 1 AFN 1618-HCH 1 _UID 9D0FFB84E72A46A186CCF5C13117D4B7FED5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F62@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I153@ INDI 1 NAME Matthew /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Matthew 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1689 2 PLAC South Hampton, Suffolk Co., New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Apr 1774 1 AFN 1618-HM5 1 _UID 0026A90B558248EA8FE7E91EEF00270A808C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F63@ 1 FAMC @F54@ 0 @I154@ INDI 1 NAME John /Mulford/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Mulford 2 NSFX Judge 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1606 2 PLAC Cadburye, South Molton, Devonshire, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1686 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN H0H5-N6 1 _UID 63EEB8470A7844DE89B5B7A3272F0ED6C6B2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F64@ 1 FAMC @F70@ 1 NOTE @NI154@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI154@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953, contains the following genealog 1 CONC y for Mulford: 1 CONT 1 CONT According to some authorities, the Mulford family of East H 1 CONC ampton originated in the village of South Molton, Devonshir 1 CONC e, England, where the name is also spelled Molford. Other 1 CONC s are equally positive that the two brothers John and Willi 1 CONC am Mulford who were among the first settlers here, were th 1 CONC e sons of Thomas and Sarah Southcott Mulford of Maidstone i 1 CONC n Kent. At a recent date there were Mulfords still living i 1 CONC n both localities... 1 CONT 1 CONT The two brothers came to Southampton, L.I. in 1643 from Sal 1 CONC em, Mass. According to p. 29, Vol. 1 of the Southampton Tow 1 CONC n Records, John Mulford was granted two acres of land ther 1 CONC e on May 28, 1643 and on p. 55 it is recorded he sold his h 1 CONC ouse in Southampton on Feb. 8, 1648, and in that or the fol 1 CONC lowing year was one of the nine persons who settled East Ha 1 CONC mpton; his younger brother William soon followed him there 1 CONC . The name of John Mulford appears many times in the counci 1 CONC l minutes of Connecticut, of which Colony Eastern Long Isla 1 CONC nd became a part. He was commissioned a Judge in 1674. In T 1 CONC own affairs, keeping peace with the Indians, and representi 1 CONC ng the eastern towns in Hartford, and afterward in New York 1 CONC , he was prominent until his death in 1686. 1 CONT 1 CONT When the eastern end of Long Island was first settled, a pa 1 CONC tent on certain lands was issued to the colonists direct b 1 CONC y the reigning King of England; and under that charter th 1 CONC e colonists instituted a government; the first Republic o 1 CONC n American soil, it might be called. The chief magistrate w 1 CONC as constituted the common court. A second court was constit 1 CONC uted by a jury of twelve freeholders, and a third, the high 1 CONC est judiciary, was a general court, presided over by the ma 1 CONC gistrate, but in which the whole body of freeholders was co 1 CONC nstituted a jury. From 1650 to 1654, the name of John Mulfo 1 CONC rd, and his only, appears as chief magistrate of this littl 1 CONC e republic, which had full treaty power with the Indians. 1 CONT 1 CONT The name of John's first wife is unknown. He married 2nd Mr 1 CONC s. Fridesweide Osborn, widow of William Osborn of Salem, Ma 1 CONC ss. 0 @I155@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Woodruff/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Woodruff 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of Southampton 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F65AC1E29CE1487CBB0F7B56B4F4770CFA4C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F65@ 0 @I156@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1645 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 CHR 2 DATE 1642-1648 2 PLAC , Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Feb 1712 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN H0HQ-79 1 _UID 94F7022BFFD14B7C8C7C971139124D5CF3F0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F66@ 1 FAMC @F64@ 0 @I157@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Aft 1650 2 PLAC Of East Hampton, , New York 1 CHR 2 DATE Aft 1650 2 PLAC Of East Hampton, , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Feb 1712 1 AFN MTDM-WV 1 _UID EF38D357550E4550BC65750FCF392998B7C2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F67@ 1 FAMC @F64@ 0 @I158@ INDI 1 NAME Hester /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Hester 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Aft 1650 2 PLAC Of East Hampton, , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDM-X2 1 _UID 2621CDA573DC40CA8D81F6ECEEBDD6C24504 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F65@ 1 FAMC @F64@ 0 @I159@ INDI 1 NAME John /Mulford/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1650 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 CHR 2 DATE 1650 2 PLAC East Hampton, , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Aug 1734 1 AFN 1618-GN6 1 _UID 0F061A8FAE024840BD983465E818CF34E742 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F69@ 1 FAMC @F64@ 1 NOTE @NI159@ 0 @NI159@ NOTE 1 CONC The Mulford genealogy does have a John 2 (son of John 1) bo 1 CONC rn 1650 and died 1734. His first wife died in 1705 and he m 1 CONC arried Martha, widow of Ananias Conkling Jr., in 1733. Onl 1 CONC y two children are listed for his first marriage - John 3 b 1 CONC . 1683 and Isaac 3 b. 1684. I am assuming Deborah was bor 1 CONC n about 1695 to this John Mulford. 0 @I161@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1551 2 PLAC South Molton, Devon, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8VPS-6K 1 _UID 1339A3C9B31A4DE994A11FD964022B82FBC7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F70@ 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I162@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1551 2 PLAC , South Molton, Devon, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 1 Jan 1551-1552 2 PLAC Of, Bovey, Devonshire, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Afn 8Vps-7Q 1 AFN 8VPS-7Q 1 _UID 9187E135D662401899B11798E62BD0770FDF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F70@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I163@ INDI 1 NAME William I. /Mulford/ 2 GIVN William I. 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1618-1620 2 PLAC Of, South Molton, Devon, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1620 2 PLAC Or South Molton, , Devonshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Mar 1687 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 46XT-G9 1 _UID 00A549E5B290437FA8DD233DEE264573885C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F71@ 1 FAMC @F70@ 0 @I164@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of, Devon, , England 1 CHR 2 DATE 1639 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Of Long Island, , New York 1 AFN MTDD-SD 1 _UID B5901405E7CD40BDA06E30FF01E5F02446B5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F70@ 0 @I165@ INDI 1 NAME Roger /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Roger 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1536 2 PLAC Of Canbury, Commonwealth, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDN-C8 1 _UID D029EB5E3E07414BB1FA4AC862B8837FECA0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F72@ 0 @I166@ INDI 1 NAME Amye /Copener/ 2 GIVN Amye 2 SURN Copener 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1536-1630 2 PLAC Dabury, Devon, , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDR-70 1 _UID F715B90CEB4F4DE0A32A0A4540D395120E38 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F72@ 1 FAMC @F106@ 0 @I167@ INDI 1 NAME John /Molford/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Molford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1580-1650 2 PLAC Of Cadbury, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDN-FL 1 _UID C5B96E9E8E364B1F80AADFE5DFA098AE6BC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I168@ INDI 1 NAME Wilton /Molford/ 2 GIVN Wilton 2 SURN Molford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1595 2 PLAC Of Cadbury, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDN-GR 1 _UID 4220DADAD7E3488DB7EE18B90224CCF300FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I169@ INDI 1 NAME Sabyn /Molford/ 2 GIVN Sabyn 2 SURN Molford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1596 2 PLAC Of Cadbury, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDN-HX 1 _UID 15354034FD874A18851C33E412BD3F3DA7C0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I170@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Molford/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Molford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1598 2 PLAC Of Cadbury, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDN-J4 1 _UID FB69A5FFD8AA43FDB9BF1E69CC154BF6EB7E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I172@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Molford/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN Molford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1599 2 PLAC Of Cadbury, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDN-K9 1 _UID 8042B50B77C547A4B28E9D345157E4347A51 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F72@ 0 @I173@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1512 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Or Bovey Tracey, Devonshire, England 1 CHR 2 PLAC Boythrayce, Or Booythrayce, Devonshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Aug 1600 1 AFN 85BJ-WH 1 _UID E20CA59D80074D249D7D65DAA243E0CF1539 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F74@ 1 FAMS @F75@ 1 FAMS @F76@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I174@ INDI 1 NAME Grace /Barnhouse/ 2 GIVN Grace 2 SURN Barnhouse 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1523 2 PLAC , Booythrayce, , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Sep 1547 1 AFN 85BJ-XN 1 _UID A9C4EAFC7A8B4179A5C2D24A08DC3408B518 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F76@ 1 FAMC @F101@ 0 @I175@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 2 Dec 1544 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-9J 1 _UID BAAEA144CFD744B2BFAAD8525B867D381267 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F77@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I176@ INDI 1 NAME John /Southcot/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 10 Dec 1545 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 Feb 1546 2 PLAC Bd 1 BURI 2 DATE 12 Feb 1545-1546 1 AFN 85BK-8C 1 _UID BE717C60DE754090A96529C649C06068FC91 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I177@ INDI 1 NAME Eliz /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Eliz 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 31 Aug 1547 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-BP 1 _UID 003047A9A8204802882CC1808E158B2B809B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F78@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I178@ INDI 1 NAME Frances /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Frances 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1548 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-CV 1 _UID 587A935D68AD4010ADA30B373F73C63A6B15 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F79@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I179@ INDI 1 NAME Cicily /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Cicily 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1549 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Apr 1600 1 AFN 85BK-D2 1 _UID 82FFDB724A6F4198BD1B5D4E894ADB5DEE62 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F80@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I180@ INDI 1 NAME Ursula /Southcote/ 2 GIVN Ursula 2 SURN Southcote 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1550 2 PLAC Of, Bovey, Devonshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-F7 1 _UID 645BB5FECEEC40F2B1892EABA37558E1C25D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F81@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I181@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 1 Jan 1551 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-GD 1 _UID E8F2F4093584420194DCE82664A0C05E7360 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F82@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I183@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-HK 1 _UID A5EA9967130A479386EF733D3D54E06F8B9D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F84@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I184@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1556 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1617 2 PLAC , , Devonshire, England 1 AFN 85BK-JQ 1 _UID 626F2CCDDAB44B2AB0694AEF98E143E5C002 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F85@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I185@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1558 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 CHR 2 PLAC Of Bovey Tracy, Devon 1 BURI 2 DATE 24 Mar 1625 1 AFN 85BJ-T5 1 _UID E3F55AD09305446992653C4E1176473FD52F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F86@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I186@ INDI 1 NAME Peter /Southcot/ 2 GIVN Peter 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1559 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Oct 1636 2 PLAC Bd 1 BURI 2 DATE 18 Oct 1636 1 AFN 85BK-KW 1 _UID AB6EBD40939D4F6192EDFD22117C304A9BDF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F87@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I187@ INDI 1 NAME George /Southcot/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Southcot 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1560 2 PLAC Of Bovey, Devon, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 25 Jul 1560 2 PLAC Of Bovy, Devon 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-L3 1 _UID 097B53FEE0C04FD7AF6C1DC3C8A545C70FE3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F88@ 1 FAMC @F76@ 0 @I188@ INDI 1 NAME John /Southcott/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1481 2 PLAC Of Indeho, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Sep 1556 1 BURI 2 PLAC Shillingford, Devon, England 1 AFN 85BL-R3 1 _UID E941FA4992324EF98A68B74FF9B4109DCA45 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F89@ 1 FAMS @F90@ 1 FAMC @F102@ 0 @I189@ INDI 1 NAME Joanna /Hankford/ 2 GIVN Joanna 2 SURN Hankford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1485 2 PLAC 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 Apr 1546 2 PLAC Bovey Tracey, Devon, England 1 AFN 85BL-S8 1 _UID D7E9889D6954414EB9E21D1214B74FB9CE1A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F91@ 1 FAMS @F90@ 0 @I190@ INDI 1 NAME George /Southcott/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1514 2 PLAC Calwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Canciently, Caldwoodleigh 1 BURI 2 DATE 1589 2 PLAC Calverleigh, Devon, England 1 AFN 85BL-Z4 1 _UID FB95489F70F24676990C441CFA253FF0E8FB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F92@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I191@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1516 2 PLAC Of Caldwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Oct 1601 1 AFN 85BM-08 1 _UID BA02B4F6660445769F1262B469B861370BEB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F93@ 1 FAMS @F94@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I192@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1518 2 PLAC Of Caldwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-1F 1 _UID 42BB39D7069646918A545B210FC9F4E0866F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F95@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I194@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1520 2 PLAC Of Caldwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-2L 1 _UID 942EFA1BA4284AF7BD686A2C40E6EA25D4BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F97@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I195@ INDI 1 NAME Jane Or Joan /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Jane Or Joan 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1522 2 PLAC Of Caldwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-3R 1 _UID B9BD0FC099264359903BBFA073FAF4E00BFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F98@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I196@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1524 2 PLAC Of Caldwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-4X 1 _UID E742013F3B964A38B91E63DE41A101530A1F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F99@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I197@ INDI 1 NAME Barbara /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Barbara 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1526 2 PLAC Of Caldwoodley, Devon, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Apr 1563 1 AFN 85BM-54 1 _UID 5F57677C1C05426FB600E37926715BF160EA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F100@ 1 FAMC @F90@ 0 @I198@ INDI 1 NAME John // 2 GIVN John 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1514 2 PLAC <, Booythrayce, , England> 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-FC 1 _UID E575BEC994DD426BA8B26C5E5684648BEC3D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F101@ 0 @I199@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Kirkham/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Kirkham 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1514 2 PLAC <, Booythrayce, , England> 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-GJ 1 _UID C4FF1126B2114FFC8D96EAC400AA14F289FC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F101@ 0 @I200@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Nicholas 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1450 2 PLAC Of Southcott, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BL-TF 1 _UID 26687C7991C84DCAA7F6129A92E423F0C56F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F102@ 0 @I201@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Bossom/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Bossom 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1454 2 PLAC Of Bossom Sayle, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BL-VL 1 _UID F0D57CC27134456C911576DAD82D77440F5D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F103@ 1 FAMS @F104@ 1 FAMS @F102@ 0 @I202@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Southcott/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1483 2 PLAC Of Southcott, Devon, England 1 CHR 2 PLAC Of Southcott 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-69 1 _UID C73358613E844BA79B06CEE3547BE667D5C4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F105@ 1 FAMC @F102@ 0 @I203@ INDI 1 NAME William /Southcott/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Southcott 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1485 2 PLAC Of Chudleigh, Devon, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-7G 1 _UID 5A2ED0AF38114759A25C5E43C9ECC9CEDB36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F102@ 0 @I205@ INDI 1 NAME Wilton /Copener/ 2 GIVN Wilton 2 SURN Copener 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1613 2 PLAC Of Cadbury, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDR-5M 1 _UID 5C656E0C447248718E2B829A6D6ED0E9135C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F106@ 0 @I206@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE Apr 1742 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-LBS 1 _UID 6AF65288930444DE803AFB760AA1627CA705 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F49@ 1 FAMC @F989@ 0 @I208@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 3 Jan 1731 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D4F0306714784767AFA98D2F47CF6595B9E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I209@ INDI 1 NAME Amy /Miller/ 2 GIVN Amy 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-JTK 1 _UID 4520109E9A75421489F9FA9C72B614F1BD9F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F53@ 0 @I210@ INDI 1 NAME Widow Of Robert Rose // 2 GIVN Widow Of Robert Rose 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 20BF0D771F89447CA6B5BEA7915D1142CCE6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F107@ 0 @I211@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Howell/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Howell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1663 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1760 1 AFN 1618-GH5 1 _UID F97163FF5B9945B7914521ED3420FF4033C4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F55@ 0 @I212@ INDI 1 NAME David /Conklin/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Conklin 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 46X8-DL 1 _UID 26B5AFA39B69425F8C77056EECB9E342124E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F56@ 0 @I213@ INDI 1 NAME John /Christophers/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Christophers 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN N7TP-RL 1 _UID FADC13D01CB54D70A0A888750B2CB9DA5634 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F58@ 0 @I214@ INDI 1 NAME John /Pickett/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Pickett 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-GVF 1 _UID F8C7E0AA75A74A5F9FD45FAEB8B57F53CDA3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F59@ 0 @I215@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel Earl /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Daniel Earl 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Jul 1942 2 PLAC Fresno, Fresno, California 1 _UID 1DFCB67E85CD49ACA166FA4CED8DC1C6E2AC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 Jul 2007 3 TIME 13:26 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Danny abt 1997.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F108@ 1 FAMS @F109@ 1 FAMS @F110@ 1 FAMC @F3@ 1 NOTE @NI215@ 0 @NI215@ NOTE 1 CONC The following was prepared by Danny in 1998: 1 CONT 1 CONT Soon after I was born the family moved to Sacramento unti 1 CONC l the age of eleven. My mother and sisters and I went to li 1 CONC ve in Fresno until I was thirteen. We then moved to the Sa 1 CONC n Diego area. I moved back and forth from San Diego with Mo 1 CONC m to the Sacramento area with Dad until I was sixteen year 1 CONC s old. My dad, my step-mother (Tommi) and I then moved to R 1 CONC edlands, California. After finishing the 10th grade at seve 1 CONC nteen, I joined the US Navy in September 1959. I was assign 1 CONC ed to two ships, the USS Rochester CA-124 heavy cruiser an 1 CONC d the USS Ranger CVA-61 aircraft carrier. 1 CONT 1 CONT I married Carol Ann Senft in San Diego on 23 June 1962. W 1 CONC e went to Pensacola, Florida where I graduated from CTR "A 1 CONC " School. The following were duty stations I was assigned t 1 CONC o: NAVRADSTA Imperial Beach, California; NAVRADSTA, Midwa 1 CONC y Island; NAVCOMSTA Oahu, Hawaii; NAVCOMSTA, Shaggs Island 1 CONC ; Ft. G. Meade, Maryland; NAVCOMSTA, Nazamasec, Turkey; NAV 1 CONC COMSTA, Edzell, Scotland. I retired from the Navy in Januar 1 CONC y 1979. 1 CONT 1 CONT I then worked in the appliance repair business until 1981 1 CONC . I was the maintenance supervisor for manufacturing compan 1 CONC ies until 1988. I broke into the hotel business in Reno, Fr 1 CONC esno, and Carson City as the maintenance chief engineer. 1 CONT 1 CONT I married Haydee in March 1996 and right after that I go 1 CONC t a job with the Nevada State Prisons Warm Springs Correcti 1 CONC onal Center as an air conditioner refrigeration specialis 1 CONC t in Carson City, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT Danny and Haydee had their new home built in the Topaz Ranc 1 CONC h Estates near Wellington, Nevada in 1997. 0 @I217@ INDI 1 NAME John /Christopher/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Christopher 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 10R1-QKT 1 _UID 59EF3841E64741BAB15803947756616C23C9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F60@ 0 @I218@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Fithian/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Fithian 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-GZ2 1 _UID 0AD82AE38D09406890A8A4DA858CA24CE2BC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F61@ 0 @I219@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Mason/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Mason 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-HDP 1 _UID 4816D3738BD648F2AAC31F55D86AF3B90E78 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F62@ 0 @I220@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Chatfield/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Chatfield 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-HNC 1 _UID 8868D7F04FF84DACB185EB175D9B019BC3F6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F63@ 0 @I221@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Feb 1638-1641 2 PLAC Of, East Hampton, New York 1 CHR 2 DATE 1641 2 PLAC Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 Feb 1709 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE 3 Feb 1707-1709 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN H0HQ-4R 1 _UID C43943B7BF5A406BBCDDAEC4246DEB81C3A2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F66@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I222@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremy /Miller/ 2 GIVN Jeremy 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6R-MGS 1 _UID CE8E13C4F5ED4731BCB6864291A536F92C3A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F67@ 0 @I223@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1618-GPD 1 _UID 6806FB732B2246B298962467687E8E499717 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F69@ 0 @I224@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Akers/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Akers 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 46XT-HG 1 _UID D20819BA0FF44D7494EF84C4DC1A253289FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F71@ 0 @I225@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Fitzwilliam/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Fitzwilliam 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BK-XS 1 _UID E1DBBABFEA1C4E30926A02420C7A60502F26 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F74@ 0 @I226@ INDI 1 NAME Susan /Kirkham/ 2 GIVN Susan 2 SURN Kirkham 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN B6H9-2V 1 _UID A1F200D431E7460191C1DE4E873616465DB9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F75@ 0 @I228@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Rigeway/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Rigeway 2 NSFX Y 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-HP 1 _UID 9739540B125C4C7EB88C63047E933287DCB6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F77@ 0 @I229@ INDI 1 NAME Anthony /Rouse/ 2 GIVN Anthony 2 SURN Rouse 2 NSFX Sir 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-JV 1 _UID 25FAC207591D43728AE64CEC0E6746B82EA7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F78@ 0 @I230@ INDI 1 NAME Otho /Peter/ 2 GIVN Otho 2 SURN Peter 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-K2 1 _UID D47FCFEE45234D628A039C10A7FBAFBF7051 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F79@ 0 @I231@ INDI 1 NAME William /Peter/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Peter 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-L7 1 _UID 9203BA02265143A28B4B452F60E88D3A06A0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F80@ 0 @I232@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Hill/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Hill 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-MD 1 _UID DFF3DE11455444B2A52CB6163ADBB49F557E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F81@ 0 @I233@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Molford/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Molford 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-NK 1 _UID C521CAE0492844398F156587EAB1186627D5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F82@ 0 @I234@ INDI 1 NAME Arthur /Hill/ 2 GIVN Arthur 2 SURN Hill 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-PQ 1 _UID A18092CE9FDB4E16BCF6DCC4F33C1BFBF6F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F84@ 0 @I235@ INDI 1 NAME William /Strode/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Strode 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-QW 1 _UID 5189DDF1508F4B0FB5BF1B6D3EE82C3665A6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F85@ 0 @I236@ INDI 1 NAME Grace // 2 GIVN Grace 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BJ-VB 1 _UID 8E6A76A7FD07420FB21935AA69D61684EDEE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F86@ 0 @I237@ INDI 1 NAME Dowsabella /Dillington/ 2 GIVN Dowsabella 2 SURN Dillington 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3M-R3 1 _UID 5957E6E5FF8142B5A382892C68A09EA51767 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F87@ 0 @I239@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Seamer/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Seamer 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BM-SD 1 _UID 6A06B25E7C3F4D63A76293E4E2261A982510 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F88@ 0 @I240@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Kyrke/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN Kyrke 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-9S 1 _UID E0C9510F2FB947DE8F7DAAD38689408A786E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F89@ 0 @I241@ INDI 1 NAME Sidnam // 2 GIVN Sidnam 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-B0 1 _UID EB53878B21224E498C9827D8223DECDC743A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F91@ 0 @I242@ INDI 1 NAME Frances /Robinson/ 2 GIVN Frances 2 SURN Robinson 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BP-DL 1 _UID ACA12EECA4C84B618A8E0C17A72FD2AF11B7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F92@ 0 @I243@ INDI 1 NAME John /Prouse/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Prouse 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-LC 1 _UID 647F67413CFB4053B19CE7A4D258828059E2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F93@ 0 @I244@ INDI 1 NAME John /Eveleigh/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Eveleigh 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-MJ 1 _UID E279C7FD58454E4ABF8EFCBF291BA6A7ED14 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F94@ 0 @I245@ INDI 1 NAME Walter /Stapleshill/ 2 GIVN Walter 2 SURN Stapleshill 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-NP 1 _UID AE93D085D53E4BC4802C46E356B0539C8207 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F95@ 0 @I246@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Cary/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Cary 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9TC0-S9 1 _UID D9E324AFB1454FBB9DC7B3F504FF949DCFCA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F97@ 0 @I247@ INDI 1 NAME John /Eveleigh/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Eveleigh 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-PV 1 _UID 57B043E0343444408E7DCD08E78293D2C449 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F98@ 0 @I248@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Reinell/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Reinell 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-Q2 1 _UID 79493BC7644245228DA245E652A8F4EB049B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F99@ 0 @I250@ INDI 1 NAME Hugh /Pomeroy/ 2 GIVN Hugh 2 SURN Pomeroy 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-R7 1 _UID 54CD6FDA44D24F319D91BB727D7C002A7E79 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F100@ 0 @I251@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hart/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hart 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-FH 1 _UID CA22AD4429FB47FF814B0F5A633AAC70352D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F103@ 0 @I252@ INDI 1 NAME John /Wolcott/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Wolcott 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FC3N-GN 1 _UID FC7A63EC3C8942DBA26D3550CBD239B1C2E4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F104@ 0 @I253@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Cole/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 85BN-LH 1 _UID 55E2C966F418454486DC704E8348D814D24A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F105@ 0 @I254@ INDI 1 NAME Hester /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Hester 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1641 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1BBG-32L 1 _UID 7B535C8039BB43FABDBB3C62A93A7D6FC044 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I255@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Conklin/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Conklin 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1636 2 PLAC Kings Swineford, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1636 2 PLAC Stpeters/Salemaf, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Mar 1668 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 AFN 8VPR-X7 1 _UID EEE4EA66B9C045D5962AB3DEC1F6E934DA9B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F112@ 1 FAMS @F113@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I256@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Conklin/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Conklin 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Aug 1715 2 PLAC Long Island, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Oct 1776 2 PLAC Scotch Plains, Union, New Jersey 1 AFN 8VPQ-Z8 1 _UID F3653E73061A4A43A1F80038E108E423776A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F114@ 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I257@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Conklin/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Conklin 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1690 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1767 2 PLAC East Hampton, Prior Goni, New York 1 AFN 8VPR-7L 1 _UID 40CAE8361DF343D9B2EFB09F7722150AFC1A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F115@ 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I258@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1603 2 PLAC 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Mar 1667 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 AFN 1BBF-Z2X 1 _UID D5C337D2D7B54047A3500CE453F3AF42CE0C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F116@ 0 @I259@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1533 2 PLAC Kent, , , England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1583-1588 2 PLAC Of, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN NNX3-6D 1 _UID 36302A2F7F3E47A79BE546A2BF9523C10ACD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F116@ 0 @I261@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Nov 1622 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 24 Nov 1622 2 PLAC Christ Church, Ashford, Kent, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 Sep 1713 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York, , South End Cemetery 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 94K9-FS 1 _UID 5A8B94A6C3D147299502DDC0955788885336 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F117@ 1 FAMS @F118@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 1 NOTE @NI261@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI261@ NOTE 1 CONC According to East Hampton History, 1953, he served the tow 1 CONC n in various civil offices. 1 CONT 1 CONT This text, p. 496 contains the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Thomas Osborn 2 who are not usually given in ge 1 CONC nealogies may have been Jonathan and Bezaleel. Osborn Sha 1 CONC w thinks so. At any rate, there were Osborns here bearin 1 CONC g those names at dates when they could have been sons of Th 1 CONC omas 2; although Judge Henry P. Hedges was inclined to thin 1 CONC k they were together with another Joseph, sons of a wealth 1 CONC y Boston merchant, William Osborn. William Osborn 1 was i 1 CONC n Salem 1630, in Dorchester 1639, at Harvard College 1661 1 CONC ; he had a son Recompence born in Dorchester 1644, at Brain 1 CONC tree, Mass. had Hannah born Aug. 24, 1646, Bezaleel May 8 1 CONC , 1650, and in Boston had Joseph born April 6, 1652 and Jon 1 CONC athan born Nov. 16, 1656. He died 1662. His widow married J 1 CONC ohn Mulford of East Hampton. (Widow Friedeswiede Osborn). R 1 CONC ecompence 2 graduated from Harvard and later taught schoo 1 CONC l in New Haven, then went to East Hampton and after 1665 di 1 CONC sappears, probably died here; Jonathan went to Cape May, N. 1 CONC J. where he and his brother Joseph owned a house together i 1 CONC n 1690. Joseph is probably the "Joseph Sr." who died in 174 1 CONC 1 in East Hampton aged about 90. 1 CONT 1 CONT As for Bezaleel, his "nuncupative" (oral) will recorded i 1 CONC n the Suffolk County Clerk's office at Riverhead, L.I., giv 1 CONC es these facts: His wife was Elizabeth Howell, sister of Ar 1 CONC thur Howell of Southampton; he was brother of Joseph and Jo 1 CONC nathan Osborn of East Hampton. He died at the home of his b 1 CONC rother Joseph in East Hampton in 1686; the will mentions n 1 CONC o children, although he may have had a daughter who marrie 1 CONC d Ralph Dayton. East Hampton Town Records mention Bezalee 1 CONC l and his "share of whale," 1677. Brookhaven Town Records 1 CONC , under date Sept. 8, 1679, show that Bezaleel Osborn of Ea 1 CONC st Hampton gives 50 acres of upland and 15 acres of meado 1 CONC w in Brookhaven to Ralph Dayton. The Daytons, Osborns, an 1 CONC d Bakers all came from the same part of Kent. Tradition say 1 CONC s that the grave of Bezaleel Osborn in South End Burying Gr 1 CONC ound, was marked by read cedar posts bearing the initials B 1 CONC .O. 0 @I262@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1593 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 94KB-5K 1 _UID F7812D651C1543BF8EC443E09D82C214A772 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F119@ 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I263@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Parsons/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Parsons 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MTDQ-ZM 1 _UID A6354FBCEAA94C94943B31C699A90D4EBCC8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F120@ 0 @I264@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Gardiner/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Gardiner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Aug 1638 2 PLAC Saybrook, , Connecticut 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Jun 1737 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 46XT-KS 1 _UID 284EA4D85862470A8E81499274FE9933252E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F121@ 1 NOTE @NI264@ 0 @NI264@ NOTE 1 CONC Eldest daughter of Lion Gardiner. 0 @I265@ INDI 1 NAME George /Miller/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN H0HQ-5X 1 _UID 2C65461DC45B417E89832A9FE8644C5291B3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F122@ 0 @I266@ INDI 1 NAME Wilmina /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Wilmina 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 27 Jan 1594 2 PLAC St Mary The Virg, Ashford, Kent, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN TRKC-QH 1 _UID D0369B91768E423A910C66630A61DF4AACC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I267@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1649 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Jan 1710 1 _UID 482E875163944A7D97782854E9163F310623 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F123@ 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I268@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Rattray/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Rattray 2 SOUR @S82@ 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MFC5-W1 1 _UID 9B55642B5EED44198F1DEA8FB9F78D64ED43 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F117@ 1 NOTE @NI268@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI268@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953 indicates of this first marriage 1 CONC , only the birth of Thomas 3 is known; he is said to have d 1 CONC ied young. It is possible that Jonathan 3 and Bezaleel 3 ar 1 CONC e also from this marriage. 0 @I269@ INDI 1 NAME Puah /Burnett/ 2 GIVN Puah 2 SURN Burnett 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8WQ 1 _UID B2383C2C0CD64A8F80BD0F0612DEF174B474 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F124@ 0 @I270@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Ogden/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Ogden 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1607 2 PLAC , , Kent, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 1R9M-5T6 1 _UID 271061F4E72149998040E187094113B2ADF4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F125@ 0 @I272@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Sep 1713 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Dec 1753 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 5E293022CFF4471181CA9612C7C268E8C0B6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F126@ 1 FAMC @F141@ 1 NOTE @NI272@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI272@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1776 Census for East Hampton, Suffolk Co., NY listed Th 1 CONC omas 0121100. 1 CONT 1 CONT These columns decode as: Males (above 50, 17-49, under 16 1 CONC ) Females (above 16, under 16), Negroes (above 16, under 16 1 CONC ). 1 CONT 1 CONT East Hampton History, 1953, indicates he inherited "Puddin 1 CONC g Hill." 1 CONT 1 CONT Three Osborn brothers - Abraham, Jacob and Conklin, marrie 1 CONC d three sisters - Phebe, Charity and Abigail, daughters o 1 CONC f Stephen Hedges of Sagg. Jacob 6 and Conklin 6 moved to B 1 CONC lenheim Ridge (South Gilboa) N.Y. in the Catskills, where t 1 CONC hey raised families; some of their descendants have returne 1 CONC d to E.H. Letters written to Abraham and Phebe Osborn, an 1 CONC d to Jared and Ruth Hedges (shortly after leaving E.H.) i 1 CONC n 1809 by Abigail Hedges Osborn are kept by J. Howard Han 1 CONC d of Wainscott. 1 CONT 1 CONT It is likely that the name "Pudding Hill" applied since Rev 1 CONC olutionary times to the place at the right hand corner of W 1 CONC oods Lane and Main Street as one enters from the west, conc 1 CONC erns the family of Joseph 5. One of his wives must have bee 1 CONC n heroine of the incident put into verse years ago by a loc 1 CONC al ballad writer and set to music recently by Miss Louise M 1 CONC ulford of Amagansett. The story goes that the mistress o 1 CONC f the house, one day during the British occupation of L.I 1 CONC . was busy boiling a berry pudding for noonday dinner (huck 1 CONC leberry or Montauk blackberry duff), when she was surprise 1 CONC d by foraging British soldiers. Rather than feed the enemy 1 CONC , she threw the boiling hot kettle, pudding and all, down t 1 CONC he sandy hill to the chagrin of the hungry invaders. It wa 1 CONC s only a few years ago that a handful of British uniform bu 1 CONC ttons was upturned by gardening operations on Pudding Hill 1 CONC . The place is owned today by John R. Peddy. 0 @I273@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Allsaebrook/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Allsaebrook 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN B2Z3-VC 1 _UID 449CF7EAFCBC49A68872748619E24706A4AE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F127@ 0 @I274@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8PH 1 _UID 04097EEDEC624308A43AFE616C372FCAEAEC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F128@ 0 @I275@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Oct 1642 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 1 CHR 2 DATE 23 Oct 1642 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Apr 1704 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 94K9-2W 1 _UID C3ADBD5276EC4685A171B166C9AFAD4D4703 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I276@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1627 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 CHR 2 DATE 15 Jul 1627 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Jan 1629 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 BURI 2 DATE 20 Jan 1629 1 AFN FZXG-Q2 1 _UID B28AD41DDC934B138294984D871C541A06E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I277@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Conklin/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Conklin 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1634 2 PLAC Kings Swineford, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1634 2 PLAC St Peters Parish, Staffordshire, Notingham, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 Mar 1712 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC E H L I, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 46XT-JM 1 _UID BC63802B9FC14655AD8F019E62336C6C0D06 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F121@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I278@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1632 2 PLAC Kings Swineford, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 11 Dec 1631 2 PLAC Kingswinford, Suffolk/Stafford, Nottingham, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1653 2 PLAC Of Salem, , Massachusetts 1 AFN H0HQ-2F 1 _UID C31D8FB1C2C84B6D866699A95F4E3A8A0166 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F122@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I279@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Mar 1625 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 CHR 2 DATE 20 Mar 1625 2 PLAC Christ Church, Ashford, Kent, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 Apr 1676 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 1 AFN 94K9-0K 1 _UID 086EA0BF9E3B4EA8A5E61CFCCCA8E09833D0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F129@ 1 FAMS @F130@ 1 FAMS @F131@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 1 NOTE @NI279@ 0 @NI279@ NOTE 1 CONC From: "Ted & Sandra Sweeney" 1 CONT Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2000 09:20:24 -0400 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Roy and Darlene, 1 CONT 1 CONT My name is Ted Sweeney, 25 Stanton Ave, Winsted, CT. 06098 1 CONC . I've been doing the Genealogy on both sides of my family 1 CONC , Sweeney and Osborn, and stumbled onto the Long Island Gen 1 CONC ealogy site. 1 CONT 1 CONT Darlene, our Osborn line is identical from where we start w 1 CONC ith Thomas and Wilmeth, then Jeremy and Joan Wybourne, the 1 CONC n Thomas and Mary Goatley. This is where we split. 1 CONT 1 CONT My line goes from Thomas and Mary Goatley then to: 1 CONT 1 CONT Jeremiah Osborne (1625 - 1676) and Mary ---- (unknown - 169 1 CONC 5) 1 CONT Joseph Osborn (1667 - 1735) and Mary Bennett (1673 - 1737 1 CONC ) Notice the dropping of the "E" on Osborn 1 CONT Joseph Osborn (1694 - 1724) and Experience Tolles (unknow 1 CONC n - unknown) 1 CONT Amos Osborn (1722 - 1790) and Elizabeth Hotchkiss (1735 - u 1 CONC nknown) 1 CONT Thaddeus Osborn (Deacon) (1761 - 1827) and Bedey --- (unkno 1 CONC wn - 1816) Bedey is the only name that shows on record. 1 CONT Loveman Osborn (1794 - 1879) and Mary Baxter (1797 - 1893) 1 CONT Thaddeus Osborn (1824 - 1903) and Ella C. Lawton (1854 - 19 1 CONC 28) 1 CONT Charles Thaddeus Osborn (1878 - 1942) and Gertrude Irene Sh 1 CONC elley ( 1884 - 1966) 1 CONT Lillian Gertrude Osborn (1916 - present) and George Franci 1 CONC s Sweeney (1907 0 1984) 1 CONT Theodore Charles Sweeney (1946) 1 CONT 1 CONT My line of the Osborn's went from New Haven, CT to Waterbur 1 CONC y - Naugatuck area of CT. Then my gggGrand Father, Deaco 1 CONC n Thaddeus (1761 - 1827) moved to the Colebrook River are 1 CONC a of Colebrook, CT. on the Farmington River. This was abou 1 CONC t 1795 - 1800. 1 CONT The Osborn's have been in the Colebrook, CT. area ever sinc 1 CONC e. 0 @I280@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1598 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1646 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 AFN 1MWF-M1D 1 _UID BAC9C554EEBB432698FD85ADCCEDFA567E01 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F132@ 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I281@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Dec 1636 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Dec 1636 2 PLAC Christ Church, Ashford, Kent, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1732-1733 2 PLAC Newark, Essex, New Jersey 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Elizabeth Town 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 94K9-LN 1 _UID 1DD52C94D8FC44A599DA3C8E1ADCA274B840 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F133@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 1 NOTE @NI281@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI281@ NOTE 1 CONC Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 17:21:38 -0500 1 CONT From: ffsoule1@juno.com 1 CONT 1 CONT Through my maternal grandmother I am descended from Thomas 1 CONT Osborne who immigrated to Boston in 1634. An excerpt from my 1 CONT database follows: 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Osborne (bapt. 4 April 1594 -d. aft. 26 Nov 1677). 1 CONT 83 1 CONT Married: 18 January 1621 @ Ashford Parish, Kent, England 1 CONT Mary Goatly (b. unk -d. unk) 1 CONT 1 CONT Residences: 1 CONT Ashford, Kent, England (birth), New Haven Colony (1637)(CT), 1 CONT East Hampton, Long Island, (1649) NY (death) 1 CONT 1 CONT Issue: 1 CONT Thomas Osborne (b. 24 Nov 1622-d.23 Sept 1712). 90 1 CONT Jeremiah Osborne (b. 20 Mar 1624-d.26 Apr 1676). 52 1 CONT Richard Osborne (b. 15 Jul 1627-d.20 Jan 1628/29) 1 CONT John Osborne (b. 31 Jul 1631-d.07 May 1687). 56 1 CONT Stephen Osborne (b. 24 Feb 1633-d.1698). 65 1 CONT Joseph Osborne (b. 04 Dec 1636-d.aft. 1707). 71 1 CONT Rebecca Osborne (b. 23 Oct 1642-d.10 Apr 1704). 62 1 CONT Increase Osborne (b. 05 Feb 1643 –d. unk) 1 CONT Benjamin Osborne (b. 04 Dec 1646-d.27 Feb 1721/22). 76 1 CONT 1 CONT Occupation: New Haven Colony Tanner (“The Tanner”) 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes: 1 CONT “The first Osborn in East Hampton was Thomas of Ashford in 1 CONT Kent who owned land in Hingham Mass before 1635, moved to 1 CONT Windsor, Conn by 1637, and was one of the early settlers of 1 CONT New Haven, Conn in 1639. Thomas came to East Hampton in 1650 1 CONT to 1651. Early American Osborns were tanners; Thomas 1, 1 CONT trained in that trade by his father in England, was given 1 CONT liberty to cut trees on the common in New Haven for his 1 CONT tanning…Arthur Herbert Osborn of Princeton, NJ, who has with 1 CONT Dr. Donald Lines Jacobus, traced his ancestry to Ashford, 1 CONT Kent, England as far back as 1540, says that Thomas Osborn 1 CONT 1, with his brother Richard, was one of the original 1 CONT settlers of the Colony of New Haven in 1638 coming there 1 CONT from Boston under the leadership of the Rev. John Davenport 1 CONT with a group of thirty or forty. He says that Thomas 1 was 1 CONT the son of John Osborn who in turn was the son of another 1 CONT Thomas Osborn, both of the latter born and buried in 1 CONT Ashford, Kent; and that he came to this country about 1634, 1 CONT removing to E.H. about 1648” 1 CONT 1 CONT - East Hampton History by Jeanette Edwards Rattray (East 1 CONT Hampton, L.I.) 1 CONT 1 CONT My second generation ancestor, Joseph Osborne moved from 1 CONT Long Island to Elizabethtown, NJ where the line remained 1 CONT until my grandmother, Mary Kilburn Osborne married in 1912. 1 CONT The spelling of the name has varied from Osbourne to Ozburn 1 CONT to Osborn to Osbourne. 0 @I283@ INDI 1 NAME /Osborne/ 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1606 2 PLAC 1 BURI 2 DATE 7 Aug 1608 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 AFN 1MWF-LQK 1 _UID 2EC290C3BA6E4CB98B99464C23A8E6D6ADBD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I284@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1697 1 _UID F516475CA048496DAC772ECA47D2A2F315DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I285@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 May 1604 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 CHR 2 DATE 24 May 1604 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Dec 1613 1 BURI 2 DATE 27 Dec 1613 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 AFN FZXH-43 1 _UID DF187344627C43629EE975AE6CF0A9A787FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I286@ INDI 1 NAME Vincent Benshinne /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Vincent Benshinne 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1600 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FZXH-3W 1 _UID A91FBB1093C547948C0B88A347E0E37305C1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I287@ INDI 1 NAME Mulford /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Mulford 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1732 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8VJ 1 _UID ECE4ED3E5ABC4144B14CF5212F03B173FF0B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F124@ 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I288@ INDI 1 NAME Mariam // 2 GIVN Mariam 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN JR2W-63 1 _UID 68541F42E14E4517BDF522E8FB94AF1ABCEE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F134@ 0 @I289@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 94K9-1Q 1 _UID 9576A998911D4B0384B566AC3E1D157F820F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F130@ 0 @I290@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1726 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1765 1 AFN 1D6S-8N9 1 _UID 92255D1675B84FB28F566359BE333DC1E8E8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F128@ 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I291@ INDI 1 NAME Bethia /Lawrence/ 2 GIVN Bethia 2 SURN Lawrence 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9F9AD04DBB4A4D6B84435212C087FAE1609B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F135@ 0 @I292@ INDI 1 NAME Judith /Hatche/ 2 GIVN Judith 2 SURN Hatche 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1THV-88 1 _UID A2745B9965084C689331869DD589E9AE07F2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F119@ 0 @I294@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Apr 1542 2 PLAC Hartlip, Kent, England 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 Oct 1611 2 PLAC Bur Ashford Kent 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Ashley, Kent, England 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 REFN 97 1 AFN 94KB-98 1 _UID 7D9F582E6F5A4559807D84E7DF75D2F990AA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F136@ 1 FAMS @F137@ 1 FAMS @F138@ 1 FAMC @F4369@ 1 NOTE @NI294@ 2 SOUR @S83@ 0 @NI294@ NOTE 1 CONC The LDS Family History Library contains a text entitled "Th 1 CONC omas Osborne of Ashford, Kent, England, and some of his Ame 1 CONC rican Descendants" by Daniel J. Weeks. In a section entitle 1 CONC d Ashford: Ancient Seat of the Osbornes, it say at the daw 1 CONC n of the Seventeenth Century, Ashford, England, in the coun 1 CONC ty of Kent, was a small market town of about 1,000 people 1 CONC . It is here in the very early part of the Seventeenth Cent 1 CONC ury that we first encounter the Osborne clan, whose progen 1 CONC y were to make their way across the Atlantic to America dur 1 CONC ing the years of Puritan migration to the New World. Becaus 1 CONC e it is situated a few miles from the sea between the chann 1 CONC el ports of the east coast of Kent and the City of London 1 CONC , Ashford benefited from the number of travelers who passe 1 CONC d through Kent on their way to London. Kent itself was on 1 CONC e of the most populous and wealthy counties in England in t 1 CONC hese years. Its prosperity was largely based upon diversifi 1 CONC ed agriculture. The county was the premier fruit growing ar 1 CONC ea in England during the Seventeenth Century, though it wa 1 CONC s also noted for its livestock and brewing. In the early pa 1 CONC rt of the century Ashford had become a center of Puritan ac 1 CONC tivity, thanks in large part to the lectures of one "Maste 1 CONC r Urdnay," whom Archbishop William Laud suppressed. It is q 1 CONC uite likely that the Puritan agitation had a strong influen 1 CONC ce on the Osbornes, or at least on Thomas Osborne, who cam 1 CONC e to New England about 1637 and settled in the Puritan encl 1 CONC ave at New Haven. 1 CONT 1 CONT It should also be noted that the American settler of this p 1 CONC articular line of the Osbornes was almost certainly a clos 1 CONC e relative of Thomas Osborne, the Earl of Danby and later D 1 CONC uke of Leeds, who became first minister to King Charles II 1 CONC . Danby's great-grandfather was Richard Osborne of Ashford. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rosa Lee Trupp's notes add: Note: Most of what we know of T 1 CONC homas Osborn of Ashford is contained in his will, which h 1 CONC e made 27 Feb 1606/7, and which was proved 16 Oct 1611. I 1 CONC n this document, Thomas left 20 shillings to the poor of As 1 CONC hford, and 10 shillings toward the maintenance of the preac 1 CONC hers, "if they continue preaching at Ashford." He also bequ 1 CONC eathed 10 shillings to Mr. Hawlden, the vicar of Selling. T 1 CONC o his wife, Marie [Mary], he left 10 pounds and "all such w 1 CONC earing apparel as I have made for her since our marriage, 1 CONC " some household goods, and "all wood work which I have mad 1 CONC e since our intermarriage." To Martha, "my wife's daughter, 1 CONC " 20 shillings,and to Anna, "another of my wife's daughters 1 CONC ," 5 shillings. Thomas left various goods and 10 pounds t 1 CONC o his son Edward, and to Edmand Mellowe, son of Edward Mell 1 CONC owe, 20 shillings toward his apprenticeship. He also left 1 1 CONC 0 pounds to Nicholas Osborn's son Thomas. "Concerning my cu 1 CONC stomary lands and tenements holden of the manor Ashfoorde w 1 CONC hereof I have made surrender to the use of my last will acc 1 CONC ording to the custom of the said manor, and all my other te 1 CONC nements and lands: to son Edwarde Osborne the copyhold purc 1 CONC hased of John Adams sen. And the copyhold purchased of Will 1 CONC iam Browne; to Jeremie Osborne my son the copyhold I purcha 1 CONC sed of Daniell Lowes alias Low and Martha his wife; to wif 1 CONC e Mary during widowhood, the house I late purchased from Mr 1 CONC .Haulden, vicar of Sellindge, with the remainder to Jeremi 1 CONC e Osborne. Executor and residuary legatee, son Jeremie Osbo 1 CONC rne. Overseers, Nicholas Sawkins and John Smarte to receiv 1 CONC e 12d apiece for their pains. Witnesses: John Walleis, vica 1 CONC r of Ashfoord; Jo: Stedde, John Terrie. Read and acknowledg 1 CONC ed to be the will of Thomas Osborne 28 Oct 1608 in the pres 1 CONC ence of John Walleis vicar of Ashfoord Robert Hunt." 1 CONT 1 CONT Most of what we know of Thomas Osborne of Ashford is contai 1 CONC ned in his will, which he made February 27, 1606/7, and whi 1 CONC ch was proved October 16, 1611. In this document, Thomas le 1 CONC ft 20 shillings to the poor of Ashford, and 10 shillings to 1 CONC ward the maintenance of the preachers, "if they continue pr 1 CONC eaching at Ashford." He also bequeathed 10 shillings to Mr 1 CONC . Hawlden, the vicar of Sellinge. To his wife, Mary, he lef 1 CONC t 10 pounds and "all such wearing apparel as I have made fo 1 CONC r her since our marriage," some household goods, and "all w 1 CONC oodwork which I have made since our intermarriage." To Mart 1 CONC ha, "my wife's daughter's," five shillings. Thomas left var 1 CONC ious goods and 10 pounds to his son Edward, and to Edmand M 1 CONC ellowe, son of Edward Mellowe, 20 shillings toward his appr 1 CONC enticeship. He also left 10 pounds to Nicholas Osborne's so 1 CONC n Thomas. 1 CONT 1 CONT "Concerning my customary lands and tenements holden of th 1 CONC e manor Ashfoorde whereof I have made surrender to the us 1 CONC e of my last will according to the custom of the said manor 1 CONC , and all my other tenements and lands: to son Edwarde Osbo 1 CONC rne the copyhold purchased of John Adams sen. and the copyh 1 CONC old purchased of William Browne; to Jeremie Osborne my so 1 CONC n the copyhold I purchased of Daniell Lowes alias Low and M 1 CONC artha his wife; to wife Mary during widowhood, the hous 1 CONC e I late purchased from Mr. Haulden, vicar of Sellindge, wi 1 CONC th the remainder to Jeremie Osborne. Executor and residuar 1 CONC y legatee, son Jeremie Osbourne. Overseers, Nicholas Sawkin 1 CONC s and John Smarte to receive 12d apiece for their pains. Wi 1 CONC tnesses: John Walleis, vicar of Ashford; Jo: Stedde; John T 1 CONC errie. Read and acknowledged to be the will of Thomas Osbor 1 CONC ne 28 Oct. 1608 in the presence of John Walleis vicar of As 1 CONC hfoord Robert Hunt." 0 @I295@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Dec 1646 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 3 Jan 1647 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Feb 1722 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN FZXG-9S 1 _UID 26F90ACB01744E76AF6CD3681020ABED4B55 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F139@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 1 NOTE @NI295@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI295@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953, p. 496 indicates Benjamin 2 wa 1 CONC s born 1647 in New Haven, Conn., died in East Hampton Feb 2 1 CONC 7, 1721/22 (or May, 1718 according to W. Hedges) ch. Benjam 1 CONC in 3 (In 1677 Thomas 1 conveyed all his lands in East Hampt 1 CONC on to Benjamin 2). 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "Sharon Zolla" 1 CONT Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 20:21:57 -0400 1 CONT Hi Roy.......from what I see on the site you told me abou 1 CONC t and then looking at the records I have here....there i 1 CONC s a very strong chance there is a connection. My cousin ha 1 CONC s been doing extensive research on our family and has eve 1 CONC n travelled to Long Island. As she said....unless you hav 1 CONC e actual documentation (re: birth cert.-death cert-marriag 1 CONC e cert.-military) or any land certificates to verify actua 1 CONC l relationship to the person you're seeking.....it really d 1 CONC oesn't stand. And she has found actual documentation on al 1 CONC l her researches so far.....including those in England 1 CONC . I am still inputting this information into my computer a 1 CONC nd still have a long way to go. As I said before....when th 1 CONC ey first came over here....they settled first in Upper Ne 1 CONC w York and then down to Long Island and in between...were o 1 CONC ne of the original settlers in New Haven and Litchfield, CT 1 CONC . And Litchfield is where I am from. My grandfather is Ev 1 CONC erett C. Osborn, b. 1898. My great-grandfather is Charle 1 CONC s Edwin Osborn, b.1857. My great-great-grandfather is Jame 1 CONC s Heman Osborn, b. 1822 and great-great-great grandfather i 1 CONC s Heman Osborn. Also, Samual Osborn, 2nd of 5 children o 1 CONC f Benjamin Osborn & Elizabeth Hicks, married Nov. 1, 1716 i 1 CONC n East Hampton, Long Island, NY. Samual was born May 22, 1 1 CONC 720 in East Hampton and he married Hepsibah Peck on Nov. 8 1 CONC , 1739. Parents of Benjamin Osborn was: Benjamin Osborne, b 1 CONC .Dec 4, 1646 in New Haven, CT and Died Feb. 27, 1721 in Eas 1 CONC t Hampton, Long Island, NY. His wife was Abigail Talmadg 1 CONC e of East Hampton. 1 CONT 1 CONT As I said.......have a long way to go, but I appreciate th 1 CONC e info you sent and if I get anymore information, I will le 1 CONC t you know. This is only a very small portion of what I ha 1 CONC ve. Thanks again for getting back to me. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sharon 0 @I296@ INDI 1 NAME John /Conkling/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1632 2 PLAC Nottingham, , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1BBG-306 1 _UID 210E69E1D3FE414E9563941DB0CE9253E52A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I297@ INDI 1 NAME William /Conkling/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1695 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 DATE 1695-1698 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1761 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE 1761 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 1BBG-2VD 1 _UID 60CBF30E51384071BA953597CF52CBC83536 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F140@ 1 FAMC @F113@ 0 @I298@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1660 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Oct 1743 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York, , South End Cemetery 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 995C5E8025974997A78E6A5E4A476D9B05D8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F141@ 1 FAMC @F118@ 1 NOTE @NI298@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI298@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953, page 490 indicates neither Judg 1 CONC e Hedges nor other genealogists mention any wife of Josep 1 CONC h 3 earlier than Mary, dau. of William and Hannah Stratto 1 CONC n Hedges whom he m. 1704; but it seems quite likely that h 1 CONC e married earlier. A "Mary Talmage" is mentioned in his wi 1 CONC ll made April 26, 1739, proved 1746 as a wife of Joseph; i 1 CONC n Sept. 1696 the "wife of Joseph" died; and Elizabeth, dau 1 CONC . of Joseph, m. Dec. 6, 1711, Thomas Baker Jr. By Mary Hedg 1 CONC es, b. 1672, d. Aug. 2, 1752 he had children Joseph, Jeremi 1 CONC ah, Mary, Danial Baker Jr.; Thomas. Joseph 3 like his fath 1 CONC er, held various Town offices. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rev. Nathaniel Hunting set down in the E.H. Church Records 1 CONC : "2 Oct. 1743, Joseph Osborn son of Thomas Osborn, Decease 1 CONC d, sunk down and died in ye meeting house just after mornin 1 CONC g prayer was begun abt a quarter after 10, aged almost 83 y 1 CONC ears, he never spoke a word but expired at once." 1 CONT 1 CONT Then on August 2, 1752: "Died ye Widow Osborn, aged 81 an 1 CONC d mother of Jeremiah, Joseph, and Thomas Osborn. Six perso 1 CONC ns have died in less than Six Days. Never did East Hampto 1 CONC n know the like. O that for holiness to yt there never wer 1 CONC e the like." 1 CONT 1 CONT Joseph 3 left to his son, Deacon Joseph 4, the homestead no 1 CONC w Maidstone Arms property. 1 CONT 1 CONT The source of children Jeremiah, Mary, and Joseph is CD-RO 1 CONC M IGI from San Diego FHC on 25 Oct 90. 0 @I299@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Ridding/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Ridding 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1595 2 PLAC Of Wasail, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 CHR 2 PLAC Of Aldridge, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6W-T34 1 _UID 5ED9B5457EE543AEB50A8182BF7A137205F9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F142@ 0 @I300@ INDI 1 NAME Elisha /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Elisha 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1695 2 PLAC Of, East Hampton, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Feb 1772 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN MTDT-WP 1 _UID DB32B8CD39164CCDA80CFC1D53099127DB9F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F120@ 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I301@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Stratton 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID AD4F92B9890C436CAFD083BABB9D7AB5CE74 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F143@ 1 NOTE @NI301@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI301@ NOTE 1 CONC The Stratton genealogy contained in East Hampton History do 1 CONC es no include a Hannah who could logically be the wife of W 1 CONC illiam Hedges. John Stratton, baptized Aug. 14, 1621 in Lo 1 CONC ndon, the third son of William and Elizabeth Stratton, marr 1 CONC ied Sarah, whose surname is unknown, did have a daughter na 1 CONC med Hannah who would be of the approximate generation. Howe 1 CONC ver, the genealogy indicates she married a Stephen Hedges b 1 CONC efore 1684. 0 @I302@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Mellis/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Mellis 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1576 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1600 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 8 Feb 1600 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 REFN 4540 1 _UID 11899C434D3441FC9D56E5EF8FA1C27868AA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F137@ 0 @I303@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Talmadge/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Talmadge 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN JR2W-78 1 _UID 20006CA148D24106A7497C367A100E17DFB3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F139@ 0 @I305@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Stanbarough/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Stanbarough 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1Q9D-1CK 1 _UID 95EF49B3456D45E18A3F4BF322848077FC01 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F145@ 0 @I306@ INDI 1 NAME Lewis /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Lewis 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Apr 1642 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 DATE 30 Apr 1643 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Oct 1716 2 PLAC Amagansett, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC Amagansett, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 1BBG-31D 1 _UID 8AC42FF10415450CAF8718B420F405786B3B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I307@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1735 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8JG 1 _UID DAFB1871F08D460D8E9B1F5B74B192119928 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I308@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN Mulford 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1695 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8VPR-8R 1 _UID D03346640C6942CDBE97CD53DC2AA370BFE3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F115@ 1 FAMC @F68@ 1 NOTE @NI308@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI308@ NOTE 1 CONC The Mulford genealogy in East Hampton History does not cont 1 CONC ain reference to a Deborah Mulford. However, the LDS Inter 1 CONC national Genealogical Index does identify a Deborah Mulford 1 CONC , born about 1685 in East Hampton whose father is listed a 1 CONC s John Mulford. 0 @I309@ INDI 1 NAME Ananias /Conklin/ 2 GIVN Ananias 2 SURN Conklin 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1610 2 PLAC Nottingham C'nty, Not'shire, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Oct 1657 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 1657 2 PLAC Old So.End, , Burying Ground 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 46XT-NB 1 _UID 49FA8ED9BBA04525871F80D907998B781165 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F146@ 1 FAMS @F147@ 1 FAMS @F107@ 1 FAMC @F116@ 1 NOTE @NI309@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI309@ NOTE 1 CONC According to the Conklin genealogy in East Hampton History 1 CONC , the first Conklin or Conkling (the name is spelled both w 1 CONC ays) to settle in East Hampton was Ananias, born in Notting 1 CONC hamshire, England about 1600. He came to Salem, Mass. in th 1 CONC e 1630's with his brother John, perhaps there were other br 1 CONC others, but certainly John was there. Ananias Conkling is r 1 CONC ecorded as a member of the First Church in Salem in 1639. T 1 CONC he brothers were glass-makers by trade. They were first t 1 CONC o manufacture window glass and bottles in New England. The 1 CONC y were granted house lots in Salem. Ananias was granted, 16 1 CONC 38, a ten-acre plot for a glass factory; this was still kno 1 CONC wn, long afterward, as "Glass House Field." Ananias was mad 1 CONC e a freeman of Salem on May 18, 1642. 1 CONT 1 CONT They left New England for Long Island probably late in 1649 1 CONC , John founding a family in Southold, later moving to Hunti 1 CONC ngton about 1660. Ananias obtained an allotment of land i 1 CONC n East Hampton, settling here about 1650. Jeremiah, oldes 1 CONC t son of Ananias, was one of the first four settlers of Ama 1 CONC gansett shortly after 1690. The house he built there is sti 1 CONC ll standing, and was sold 1950 to Mrs. Donald Lamb. Amagans 1 CONC ett has been called, facetiously, "Conklinville." 1 CONT 1 CONT Historians will differ on some points, after 300 years. Cha 1 CONC uncey L. Ditmars, Babylon Town Historian, wrote in 1936 abo 1 CONC ut Huntington Conklins, calling the first settler of that n 1 CONC ame there "Robert." Frank J. Conkling, writing in 1894, cal 1 CONC led the first Conklin in Huntington "John." Still another g 1 CONC enealogist, Joseph I. Conklin, Jr. stated that there wa 1 CONC s a third brother named Cornelius who remained in Salem, di 1 CONC ed there in 1667 leaving a widow who later married Robert S 1 CONC tarr. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following was taken from http://longislandgenealogy.com/ 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants and Ancesters of Wi 1 CONC lliam Concklyne/Conklin 1 CONT 1 CONT The first Conklin or Conkling (the name is spelled bot 1 CONC h ways) to settle in East Hampton was Ananias, born in Norr 1 CONC inghamshire, Eng about 1600. He came to Salem, Ma in the 1 1 CONC 630's with his brother John, perhaps there were other broth 1 CONC ers, but certainly John was there. Ananias Conkling is rec 1 CONC orded as a member of the First Church in Salem in 1639. Th 1 CONC e brothers were glass-makers by trade. They were first t 1 CONC o manufacture window glass and bottles in New England. The 1 CONC y were granted house lots in Salem. Ananias was granted, 16 1 CONC 38, a ten-acre plot for a glass factory; they were still kn 1 CONC ow, long afterward, as "Glass House Field". Ananias was ma 1 CONC de a freeman of Salem on 18 May 1642. 1 CONT They left New England for Long Island probably late i 1 CONC n 1649, John founding a family in Southold, later moving t 1 CONC o Huntington about 1660. Ananias obtained an allotment of l 1 CONC and in East Hampton, settleing here about 1650. Jeremiah 1 CONC , oldest son of Ananias, was one of the first four settler 1 CONC s of Anagansett shortly after 1690. The house he built the 1 CONC re is still standing and was sold 1950 to Mrs. Donald Lam 1 CONC . Anagansett has been called, facetiouly, "Conklinville". 1 CONT Historians will differ on some points, after 300 years 1 CONC . Chauncey L Ditmars, Babylon Town Historian, wrote in 193 1 CONC 6 about the Huntington Conklins, calling the first settle 1 CONC r of that name there "Robert". Frank J Conkling, writing i 1 CONC n 1894, called the first Conklin in Huntington "John". Sti 1 CONC ll another genealogist, Joseph Conklin Jr stated that ther 1 CONC e was a third brother named Cornelius who remained in Salem 1 CONC , died there in 1667 leaving a widow who later married Robe 1 CONC rt Starr. 1 CONT Ananias Conklin is thought to have owned property late 1 CONC r C P B Jefferys and now divided by Jefferys Lane. The boo 1 CONC k "Lineal Ancestors of Susan (Mulford) Cory, " Vol 3, par 1 CONC t 1, page 49 states that Esther, first wife of Capt Samue 1 CONC l Mulford, was propably dau of Ananias Conkling by his thir 1 CONC d wife, whom he married when she was the widow of Robert Ro 1 CONC se; and that the dau was about 4 years old. Since he ha 1 CONC d a dau Hester, only about six years old when he died, wh 1 CONC o is thought to have married George Miller, 1 CONT that seems unlikely. The writer has no proof of any marria 1 CONC ge but the first, but there may have been others. 1 CONT Annanias worked as a glassmaker in King Seinford, Staf 1 CONC ford,England when he married Mary Lauder/Lavender, a spinst 1 CONC er of St. Peter's Parish in Nottingham, England. the marri 1 CONC age is recorded in that church on 23 Feb 1631. Ther firs 1 CONC t son Jeremiah was born in 1634. Between 1634 and 1636 Anan 1 CONC ias, his brother John, and their families came to America a 1 CONC nd settled in Salem, Ma. It is believed that Mary Lauder d 1 CONC ied in Salem (now Peabody), although her grace has not bee 1 CONC n located. Her death was probably between 1638 and 1639 af 1 CONC ter the births of Cornelius and Benjamin but before Ananias 1 CONC 's marriage to Susan in 1639. Ananias and John were grante 1 CONC d house lots in Salem in June 1638. 1 CONT The following info taken from various books on early Am 1 CONC erican glass. In 1638 Lawrence Southwick, A Quaker, and Oba 1 CONC diah Holmes formed a partnership to build the first glass f 1 CONC actory in New England with ananias and John Conkling, pract 1 CONC ical glassmakers. Each were granted land adjoining their h 1 CONC omes for the glass house. This land was located on the ori 1 CONC ginal road from Salem to Boston, and is now Abbott Street 1 CONC , a residential secition in Peabody. In the records of th 1 CONC e Mass. Bay Colony, it says that the town of Salem lent th 1 CONC e men 30 pounds for the factory to be repaid if the factor 1 CONC y succeeded and when they were able. A descendent of South 1 CONC wich was quoted as saying that bottles were made in lifht a 1 CONC nd dk green, blue and brown glass. Also, earthenware and " 1 CONC bull's eyes" for windows and doors were made. No samples o 1 CONC f the work have been positively identified. 1 CONT In 1639 Ananias married Susan, a member of the First Ch 1 CONC urch of Salem. On 18 May 1642, John and Ananias were mad 1 CONC e freedmen of Salem and received more land. About that tim 1 CONC e they were also made freedmen of what is now Cambridge. I 1 CONC n Vol II of Mass Bay Colony , under Oct 1645, it states tha 1 CONC t Ananias and John petitioned the General Court for a settl 1 CONC ement with the undertakers of the factory, Holmes and South 1 CONC wick. They said the works had been neglected for three year 1 CONC s and they they had not been paid. It was at this time tha 1 CONC t Quakers were being harassed and persecuted, among them, S 1 CONC outhwick. Ananias and John then requested a release from t 1 CONC he agreement in order to seek work elsewhere. About 1649 1 CONC , Ananias and John with their families moved south and sett 1 CONC le in Southhold, N.Y. "Southhold Town Records" Dec 1652 st 1 CONC ates the location of land holding of Ananias in Southold 1 CONC . "Whitaker's Southhold" shows a map of the holdings. I 1 CONC n 1650, Ananias obtained an allotment of land in E Hampton 1 CONC . He shared the meadow on the N side of Hook Pond with Lio 1 CONC n Gardiner, Thomas Charfield and William Hedges. In 4 Fe 1 CONC b 1656, Ananias and Lion were chosen as chimney inspectors 1 CONC . While in E Hampton, Ananias married Dorothy. Lion disap 1 CONC proved of the marriage of Mary to Meremiah. He is said to h 1 CONC ave commented that the Conklings were bottlers from Notting 1 CONC hamshire and that they were farmers and handymen without la 1 CONC rge estates. Ananias died in 1657 probably in E Hampton 1 CONC . He is presumed to be buried in Old South End Burial Grou 1 CONC nd but no stone has been found. 1 CONT 1 CONT http://www.longislandgenealogy.com/conklin/surnames.htm con 1 CONC tains a detailed genealogy of the descendants of Annanias C 1 CONC onklin. 0 @I310@ INDI 1 NAME John /Conklyne/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Conklyne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1598 2 PLAC Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, St Peters Parish, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Bef 1600-1630 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 Feb 1684 2 PLAC Huntington, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 DATE Bef 23 Feb 1694 2 PLAC Error:'94 S'hold, At Age 64, New York 1 AFN B2Z3-T6 1 _UID B4F5E47CFA7A4D279EFA4321CBB0B339548E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F127@ 1 FAMC @F116@ 0 @I311@ INDI 1 NAME William /Conkling/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1533-1567 2 PLAC Of, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1563-1584 2 PLAC Also B.1579 Per, Af S2cl-Jb, , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN NNX3-57 1 _UID 65F6EE97DFD349D98F12B1BC12D907AD61BF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F116@ 0 @I312@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Bond/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Bond 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1642 2 PLAC Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN JR2W-4Q 1 _UID 4171FCD423AB42DDA97FDB3900701A588D6D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F118@ 1 FAMC @F125@ 0 @I313@ INDI 1 NAME Joan /Wyborne/ 2 GIVN Joan 2 SURN Wyborne 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1572 2 PLAC Of Ashford, Kent, England 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 PLAC , , , England 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 AFN FZXH-0D 1 _UID 9833BEED8EEE472FB3073EEDF602CC6576F2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F148@ 0 @I314@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremy (Hieremy) /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Jeremy (Hieremy) 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Feb 1570 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Feb 1570-1571 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1620 2 PLAC , , , England 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 28 Jul 1603 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 AFN FZXG-Z8 1 _UID 51C224C41F95489F9F4D5E5ABC2CA6EAB24F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F148@ 1 FAMS @F149@ 1 FAMC @F136@ 1 NOTE @NI314@ 2 SOUR @S83@ 0 @NI314@ NOTE 1 CONC According to the Thomas Osborne text, in his will dated 3 S 1 CONC ep 1620 and proved 12 Apr 1621, Jeremy Osborne left 20 shil 1 CONC lings to the poor of Ashford. To his son, Joseph, he left h 1 CONC is "Turkey" carpet, and to his son Richard, his silver cu 1 CONC p and two silver spoons with knobs. To his son, Thomas, h 1 CONC e left seven silver spoons and his "Tanning vessels, etc. 1 CONC " And he adds, "The residue of my household stuff to be div 1 CONC ided between my said sons, with proviso that Cunstance my w 1 CONC ife have so much of my plate and household stuff as she sha 1 CONC ll think fit for her life. Also to my wife, all the money s 1 CONC he had inn her keeping. The residue of my goods and chattel 1 CONC s to my son Joseph." The executor was his son, Joseph. Th 1 CONC e overseers were John Walleis and Jeremy's uncle, Robert Hu 1 CONC nt. 1 CONT 1 CONT As to real property, Jeremy left specified lands and teneme 1 CONC nts to his wife, Constance, for life. To his son, Joseph, h 1 CONC e bequeathed, "a messuage," and "lands and tenements someti 1 CONC me Robert Mellows." To son, Thomas, he left "the tan hous 1 CONC e for five years, paying rent for 20 shillings a year there 1 CONC fore to Joseph and allowing him a convenient way to the mal 1 CONC thouse and river." To son, Richard, he left specified land 1 CONC s in Ashford, "late Richard Haldens." 1 CONT 1 CONT As you can see from the children listed in the database, th 1 CONC ere are many that are not included in Jeremy's will. The so 1 CONC urce of these children is the LDS Ancestral File. 0 @I316@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Jan 1754 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 Sep 1810 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York, , South End Cemetery 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 34091B54E7FA4DC0B643F7EAEFF18AAD8B0A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 Apr 2007 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F150@ 1 FAMC @F126@ 1 NOTE @NI316@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI316@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1897 by Judge Henry P. Hedges indicat 1 CONC es that Cornelius resided in Jericho (about a mile WSW of t 1 CONC he center of East Hampton) and that in 1808 his son Stephe 1 CONC n moved to Lansingburgh, NY. From the following I assume th 1 CONC at Cornelius either went with or soon followed his son Step 1 CONC hen. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1830 Federal Census Index indicates the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Osborn, Cornelius 1830 GREENWICH, WASHINGTON CO., N 1 CONC Y 163 1 CONT 1 CONT Of special interest, Cambridge, Washington Co., NY is wher 1 CONC e our William Sidney Barton's grandfather Rufus settled i 1 CONC n 1799 before they moved on to Lansingburgh, NY, about 15 m 1 CONC iles SW before 1820. Cambridge is about eight miles SE o 1 CONC f Greenwich. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the 1820 Federal New York Census C. Osborne is listed i 1 CONC n Greenwich on page 203. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1810 Federal New York Census does not contain a Corneli 1 CONC us Osborn. However, there were 22 Osborn families in Suffol 1 CONC k Co., one in Rensselaer Co., one in Onondaga Co., and tw 1 CONC o in Washington Co. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1800 Federal New York Census shows Cornelius Osborn i 1 CONC n Suffolk Co. on page 89 with 21001-10110-00. 1 CONT 1 CONT East Hampton History, 1953, page 495 indicates Corneliu 1 CONC s 5 served during the American Revolution as a private in S 1 CONC uffolk County 1st Regiment of Minute Men. He lived at Jeric 1 CONC ho, East Hampton. 1 CONT 1 CONT An early reference to Cornelius Osborn is found in the Inde 1 CONC x to Miscellaneous Records, Book I, 1791-1831, Washington C 1 CONC ounty, NY, page 337 makes reference to an assignment and di 1 CONC scharge of assignment to A. B. F. Ormsby. 1 CONT 1 CONT While at the East Hampton Public Library in May of 2001 I f 1 CONC ound a copy of a letter written by Florence Huffman Ellis i 1 CONC n 1977. She is Earl Osborne's second cousin. They share Cor 1 CONC nelius Osborn and Matilda Adlridge as great grand parents 1 CONC . (See Duetta Florence Huffman.) The letter is filed in V 1 CONC F 929.2 Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT June 18, 1977 1 CONT 11285 Shadow 1 CONT Las Vegas, Nev 89102 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear One,* 1 CONT 1 CONT Have been doing a bit of cleaning out my cedar chest & cam 1 CONC e across the pillow case. This is the information written o 1 CONC n the note - The flax from which this case was made was rai 1 CONC sed and spun by Cornelius and Hannah Osborne, you great gra 1 CONC nd father and grandmother . Cornelius was born Sept. 24, 17 1 CONC 53 - married Hannah Hedge - died 1810, aged 57. Both the ab 1 CONC ove were baptized by Samuel Buel 1786; as given in Church R 1 CONC ecords, East Hampton, Suffolk Co. Long Island. This case t 1 CONC o be kept in the Osborne family. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sent to Mary Osborne Greeley in the possession of Julia Gre 1 CONC eley Mc Gowan from the time of Mary Osborne Greeley's deat 1 CONC h June 18, 1914, until the death of Julia, June 9, 1932, th 1 CONC en given to Paul Greeley, brother of Julia. After Paul's de 1 CONC ath the pillow case was given to Florence Huffman Ellis, da 1 CONC ughter of Mary Swartout Huffman, oldest child of Mary Osbor 1 CONC ne Greeley. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary Osborne Greeley was my grandmother so you would be th 1 CONC e fifth generation removed from the Osbornes that made th 1 CONC e pillow case. Isn't it interesting that you would be the o 1 CONC ne to return to live on Long Island. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thought you might do a bit of research before you come out. 1 CONT 1 CONT It would probably be easier ... the letter ends here. In fa 1 CONC ct, it appears several pages of the complete file are missi 1 CONC ng. There is a hand written genealogy as the next two page 1 CONC s that cover 5. Cornelius and 6 Stephen. It appears that th 1 CONC e first four levels are missing. 1 CONT 1 CONT * "Dear One" appears to be to Florence's daughter Annette E 1 CONC llis Fisherman, 11 Shoreview Rd, Port Washington, NY. (Se 1 CONC e Annette Marie Ellis.) 0 @I317@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1BBG-2WL 1 _UID A664DDDEC95C4A9FAB408BA831305A01AD1E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F140@ 0 @I318@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1594-1595 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Apr 1594-1595 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1677-1686 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 1688 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN FZXG-MJ 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID 45E8E77F285849D7A2E4EED9F1A276EB74AC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F151@ 1 FAMC @F148@ 1 NOTE @NI318@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI318@ NOTE 1 CONC The Thomas Osborne text indicates that another Thomas Osbor 1 CONC n, the son of John and Thomasin Osborne, was born at Ashfor 1 CONC d in 1595, and it is possible, but unlikely, that he, and n 1 CONC ot the son of Jeremy, was the American settler. But, as Dav 1 CONC id Lines Jacobus has pointed out, circumstanial evidence fa 1 CONC vors Jeremy's son. For instance, he was known from Jeremy' 1 CONC s to have been a tanner, and his second son was named Jerem 1 CONC iah, after his father. John's son named his fourth son Jere 1 CONC miah. 1 CONT 1 CONT After 1636 the family disappears from the Ashford records 1 CONC . Richard Osborne in his 1646 will names his own children a 1 CONC nd those of his brother Joseph but makes no mention of Thom 1 CONC as or his children, probably because they had removed to Am 1 CONC erica. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas and Richard Osborn arrived in Boston on June 26, 163 1 CONC 7. They and the entire New Haven Colony stayed in Boston un 1 CONC til the spring of 1638 when they continued on to the area w 1 CONC here they Founded the town of New Haven, Connecticut. The e 1 CONC ntire trip is described in the book "The Colony of New Have 1 CONC n*" by Edward E. Atwater. The book describes life in Englan 1 CONC d at the time, why they wanted to come to America, the tri 1 CONC p aboard ship, and the way the land in New Haven was divide 1 CONC d up. 1 CONT 1 CONT (* The text was digitized in 2001 and is now viewable at th 1 CONC e following URL: http://invictus.quinnipiac.edu/colony.htm 1 CONC l - Page 136-7 says: According to the schedule of 1641, th 1 CONC e proprietors of the south-west square were, at that time 1 CONC , William Fowler, Peter Prudden, James Prudden, Edmond Tapp 1 CONC , Widow Baldwin, An Elder, Richard Platt, Zachariah Whitman 1 CONC , and Thomas Osborne. The town records show that the lot re 1 CONC served for an elder had been originally assigned to Timoth 1 CONC y Baldwin, who, removing to Milford, sold his allotment t 1 CONC o the town. As no land within this square has been traced t 1 CONC o Thomas Osborne, it may be inferred that he sold to Mr. Fo 1 CONC wler at an early date, and before a record of alienation wa 1 CONC s required. Mr. Osborne owned and occupied a house and tany 1 CONC ard on the south side of George Street, between Broad and F 1 CONC actory Streets, doubtless preferring this location to his o 1 CONC riginal allotment because of the facilities it afforded fo 1 CONC r his vocation as a tanner. He afterward became one of th 1 CONC e first planters of Easthampton on Long Island; but this pr 1 CONC operty, being given to one of his sons, remained in the nam 1 CONC e of Osborne far into the nineteenth century. With the exce 1 CONC ption of Osborne, the original grantees of this square remo 1 CONC ved to Milford. As they had all emigrated from Herefordshir 1 CONC e, or its vicinity, the square was for some years designate 1 CONC d as the Herefordshire quarter.) 1 CONT 1 CONT History of New Haven County edited by J. L. Rockey, 1892, p 1 CONC age 7-9 tells that the party of fifty men and another 200 w 1 CONC omen and children were part of the company of the Reveren 1 CONC d John Davenport arriving on the Hector and her consort. Th 1 CONC e company was composed of men of wealth, education and infl 1 CONC uence. Almost immediately upon arrival there was civil an 1 CONC d religious conflict with the current residents of Massachu 1 CONC setts. In the spring of 1638 the company moved on to settl 1 CONC e the Colony of New Haven. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of New Haven Colony, Edward R. Lambert, 1838, pag 1 CONC e 54 indicates that Planter Thomas Osborne was responsibl 1 CONC e for six persons and had an estate valued at 300 pounds. R 1 CONC ichard Osborne was responsible for three persons and had a 1 CONC n estate valued at 10 pounds. 1 CONT 1 CONT East Hampton History Including Genealogies of Early Familie 1 CONC s, by Jeannette Edwards Rattray, 1953, contains detailed ge 1 CONC nealogies of our Osborn family and many of the collateral l 1 CONC ines. However, before I cover the genealogies, there is a s 1 CONC ection in the book entitled, Where They Came From, and Why 1 CONC . Here are some excerpts from that section: 1 CONT 1 CONT Most of East Hampton's first settlers had been in America f 1 CONC or ten, fifteen, or even twenty years before coming here. N 1 CONC one, as far as we know, had been passengers of the Mayflowe 1 CONC r although some married into Mayflower families. They cross 1 CONC ed the Atlantic, most of them , in the great Puritan migrat 1 CONC ion from England that followed the granting of a charter t 1 CONC o the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1629. 1 CONT 1 CONT Some of our 17th century forefathers were born into the gen 1 CONC try, some were ministers or merchants, others tenant-farmer 1 CONC s or servants. But most were sturdy yeomen who came from th 1 CONC e rich agriculture district in and around Maidstone in Ken 1 CONC t and so, in the early years, they called the new settlemen 1 CONC t "Maidstone." 1 CONT 1 CONT It was said that serfdom was almost unknown in Kent; that t 1 CONC o say your father was born in Kent meant that you were free 1 CONC -born. A Man of Kent was an honorable appellation. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the very early 17th century, King James began to exert t 1 CONC he theory of Devine Right of Kings which became increasingl 1 CONC y hard to swallow. Then the Thirty Years' War in Germany cr 1 CONC eated a slump in English trade, there was a depression whic 1 CONC h made the prospect of new lands still more attractive. Th 1 CONC e depression lasted through King James' death in 1625, int 1 CONC o the reign of Charles I and into the civil war of 1641. Wh 1 CONC en King Charles surrendered to the Puritans in 1646 the Dev 1 CONC ine Right of Kings idea exploded. King Charles lost his hea 1 CONC d in 1649, just as East Hampton pioneers were drawing lot 1 CONC s for Main Street homesteads. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Osborne and his son Thomas were not among the origin 1 CONC al nine settlers of East Hampton but became their very earl 1 CONC y associates, possibly still in 1649. The old Osborn famil 1 CONC y is listed as an early builder of a house on Main Street i 1 CONC n 1680. 1 CONT 1 CONT The introduction of the Osborn genealogy is now quoted: 1 CONT 1 CONT OSBORN OR OSBORNE 1 CONT 1 CONT THIS NAME, variously spelled, has existed more than a thous 1 CONC and years. In ancient Saxon England it was sometimes spelle 1 CONC d Osbjorn; the wife of King Egbert was an Osborne. Egbert o 1 CONC f the house of Cedric, King of Wessex, united the seven Sax 1 CONC on kingdoms of Britain into one kingdom under the name of E 1 CONC ngland in 827, A.D. Earliest record of the Osborn family ap 1 CONC pears in the will of Harjanna and Julian Osborn of Kent, be 1 CONC aring date of 1404. The family lived in and around Maidston 1 CONC e then, and is still represented there. The first Osborn i 1 CONC n East Hampton was Thomas of Ashford in Kent who owned lan 1 CONC d in Hingham, Mass. before 1635, moved to Windsor, Conn. b 1 CONC y 1637, and was one of the early settlers of New Haven, Con 1 CONC n. in 1639. Thomas came to East Hampton in 1650 to 1651. Hi 1 CONC s son John 2 was one of the first settlers of Wainscott, fi 1 CONC ve miles west of East Hampton village, and in the township 1 CONC . East Hampton was first named Maidstone because so many o 1 CONC f its first settlers had come from that vicinity; and Wains 1 CONC cott was doubtless named after a hamlet named Wainscot in E 1 CONC ngland, near Rochester, and not very far from Maidstone. Mr 1 CONC s. George Odell (born Mary Osborn of Wainscott) visited th 1 CONC e English Wainscot looking up her ancestors; and Ernest Clo 1 CONC wes of Bridgehampton has located church records in that par 1 CONC ish which give marriage of early 18th century Osbornes. 1 CONT 1 CONT Preparation of the following genealogy (which does not atte 1 CONC mpt to carry the family far out of East Hampton Township) w 1 CONC ould have been impossible without data furnished by Osbor 1 CONC n Shaw of Bellport, L.I., Brookhaven Town Historian and him 1 CONC self a descendant of East Hampton Osbornes; by William E. O 1 CONC sborn of Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; by Raymond H. Osborn, Mrs. Ralp 1 CONC h Frazee, Mrs. Amy Osborn Bassford, Nelson C. Osborne, Mrs 1 CONC . Alice Dayton LaPointe, also Dr. Frederick A. Finch's note 1 CONC s and Judge Hedges' genealogies have given some basic infor 1 CONC mation. Miss Minnie L. Hunting, who with her brother Danie 1 CONC l Osborn Huntting occupies one of the few East Hampton home 1 CONC steads which have never passed out of the family, has prepa 1 CONC red the whole of one section: "Descendants of Daniel Osbor 1 CONC n 3." 1 CONT 1 CONT Early American Osborns were tanners; Thomas 1, trained in t 1 CONC hat trade by his father in England, was given liberty to cu 1 CONC t trees on the common in New Haven for his tanning. In 166 1 CONC 0 Thomas 1 deeded to his son Jeremiah his house and tanyar 1 CONC d in New Haven. Deacon Abraham Osborn 6 (1776 - 1855) grand 1 CONC father of the late Burnett Mulford Osborne who lived on th 1 CONC e property now that of Maidstone Arms, said that Thomas 1 a 1 CONC nd 2, Joseph 3 and his three sons Joseph 4, Jeremiah 4, an 1 CONC d Thomas 4, Lewis 5 and Abraham 6, all tanners, worked fo 1 CONC r six generations at that trade on the hill where he reside 1 CONC d; also for generations the family and descendants of Danie 1 CONC l 3 and his son Deacon Daniel 4 so wrought. 1 CONT 1 CONT A beautifully carved chest, said to have been brought fro 1 CONC m England by the first Thomas Osborne, was given to the Joh 1 CONC n Howard Payne memorial house "Home, Sweet Home," by the la 1 CONC te B. M. Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT It is interesting to note that Thomas and John Osborn wer 1 CONC e promoters for East Hampton of an agreement between the of 1 CONC fshore whaling companies of East Hampton and Southampton, i 1 CONC n January 1667. Descendants of John 2, John M. and Oliver S 1 CONC . Osborn of Wainscott, were among the last of the offshor 1 CONC e whalemen here - Oliver S. Osborn headed the crew that cap 1 CONC tured the last right whale off Wainscott in 1907. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to East Hampton History, 1953, page 490, Thoma 1 CONC s 1 was baptized April 4, 1594/5 in Ashford, County Kent, E 1 CONC ngland and died in either East Hampton or New Haven betwee 1 CONC n 1677, when he made his will, and 1686, when his son Thoma 1 CONC s is called Senior. He is thought to be the son of Jeremy a 1 CONC nd Joan Wybourne Osborne (due to cousins being named Thomas 1 CONC , there is some doubt) and is known to be the grandson of T 1 CONC homas and Wilmeth Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1897, Judge Henry P. Hedges wrote an earlier East Hampto 1 CONC n History from which Ms. Rattray quotes frequently. Rathe 1 CONC r than copying the complete Osborn section, I will only inc 1 CONC lude parts that are not in the 1953 version. 1 CONT 1 CONT THE OSBORN FAMILY 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Osborn, Sr., was father of Thomas, Jr. 2, John 2 an 1 CONC d Benjamin 2, and conveyed to the latter in 1687 all his la 1 CONC nds in East Hampton, see T. R. Vol. I, pp. 84, 300, 406. Fr 1 CONC om Savage's Gen. Dictionary and otherwise we know that thi 1 CONC s Thomas 1 had in New Haven a son Jeremiah and other childr 1 CONC en, and a brother Richard, the tanner there. The traditio 1 CONC n that he returned to New Haven and died there is consisten 1 CONC t with the deed and all the known facts. The Thomas 2 dyin 1 CONC g in 1712 at age 90, was son of Thomas 1. The Joseph, Jr 1 CONC . 3 was son of Thomas 2 dying in 1743 at age 83, and by wil 1 CONC l proved Sept. 9, 1746, devised to his son Joseph 4 the ol 1 CONC d Deacon Osborn homestead, to his son Jeremiah 4 the hous 1 CONC e on the corner bought of Capt. Thos. Wheeler, and to his s 1 CONC on Thomas 4, the Pudding Hill lot. Four generations of th 1 CONC e family are traced and located on three homesteads, at s 1 CONC o late a date and so clearly as to leave little if doubt s 1 CONC o far. The same will names his brother Daniel 3. 1 CONT .... 1 CONT In Munsell's History of Suffolk County, the Osborn genealog 1 CONC y is erroneously traced from Robert and Elizabeth of Maidst 1 CONC one, Kent, Eng., to Thomas 2 who died at age 90 in 1712, t 1 CONC o Daniel 3 d. Jan. 6, 1713 at age 48 yrs., Daniel 4 d. Ma 1 CONC y 18, 1757, Jonathan 5 d. Nov. 1, 1781, Joseph 6 b. 1754, d 1 CONC . 1844, Joseph 7 b. 1789, d. 1872, Sylvanus M. 8. The parti 1 CONC al genealogy of this family by Judge Thomas A. Osborn, lat 1 CONC e of Maybille, Chautauqua Co., N.Y., County Judge in 1843 1 CONC , Member of Assembly in 1868, contains the same mistake. Th 1 CONC omas 1 Sen. father of Thomas 2 Jr. who died in 1712 may hav 1 CONC e been son of that Robert and Elizabeth, but not of Thoma 1 CONC s 2. The Town Record proves Thomas 2 son of Thomas 1. 1 CONT 1 CONT Deacon Abraham Osborn 6, son of Lewis 5, son of Joseph 4, s 1 CONC on of Joseph 3, son of Thomas 2, son of Thomas 1 was a ma 1 CONC n of devout soul, good memory and good sense, versed in tre 1 CONC asured traditionary lore. 1 CONT 1 CONT "And many names he would repeat, 1 CONT Whose pulses long have ceased to beat." 1 CONT 1 CONT He said that Thomas 1, Thomas 2, Joseph 3 and his three son 1 CONC s Joseph 4, Jeremiah 4, and Thomas 4, Lewis 5 and Abraham 6 1 CONC , all tanners, worked for six generations at that trade o 1 CONC n the hill where he resided, now the residence of his grand 1 CONC sons William A. and Burnet M. Osborn. For generations the f 1 CONC amily and descendants of Daniel 3 and his son Deacon Danie 1 CONC l 4 so wrought. Judge Thomas A. relates that the family hav 1 CONC e tradition that they are of Norman origin, and came with W 1 CONC illiam the Conqueror. He had an account of the family Coa 1 CONC t of Arms which writing from memory, is not given. Believin 1 CONC g that what we do and not what our ancestors have done wil 1 CONC l be our true measure I have made no inquiry in that direct 1 CONC ion. Dea. Joseph 4, grandfather of Dea. Abraham 6 was a ma 1 CONC n of strong convictions and in the Revolution a resolute pa 1 CONC triot. During the Revolutionary war, on his way to church 1 CONC , he was ordered by a British officer to appear forthwith w 1 CONC ith his team and cart, at an appointed place to do servic 1 CONC e for the British army. The Deacon inquired by what authori 1 CONC ty the officer commanded him and was answered "by the autho 1 CONC rity of the King." "What King do you serve?" asked the Deac 1 CONC on. The answer was "King George the Third." The Deacon repl 1 CONC ied "My King is greater than your King. I serve King Jesus 1 CONC . He commands me to go to meeting and I shall go." With th 1 CONC is the old hero marched on to the church. To such a man tit 1 CONC les and coats of arms are baubles. Having known the stron 1 CONC g personality and power of Dea. Abraham, his grandson, I ca 1 CONC n better conceive the master manner of his grandsire. 1 CONT 1 CONT The source for all of Thomas's children is the LDS Ancestra 1 CONC l File with corrections and additions made from East Hampto 1 CONC n History, 1953. 1 CONT 1 CONT In preparing this compilation of descendants of Thomas Osbo 1 CONC rn, the immigrant, I have mostly limited the content to th 1 CONC e direct ancestors of our Cornelius Osborn (1814 -1879). Ex 1 CONC ceptions to this are other descendants who settled in Renss 1 CONC elaer and Monroe Counties, New York where our Cornelius's i 1 CONC mmediate ancestors resided. 1 CONT 1 CONT For the interest of other researchers, I have photocopies o 1 CONC f most of the Osborn sections of the East Hampton History 1 CONC , both the 1898 and 1953 versions. 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is a message I received after publishing the Osborn te 1 CONC xt: 1 CONT Thomas Osborn and his brother Richard [b. 1598] came to Ame 1 CONC rica in 1637 aboard the ship "Hector" which was commissione 1 CONC d by the New Haven Colony by a Mr. John Davenport and Mr. T 1 CONC heophilus Eaton. You will find Richard's name on the Passen 1 CONC ger List on the Olive Tree Website (http://www.rootsweb.com 1 CONC /~ote/neship.htm#hector ) Thomas and Richard arrived in Bos 1 CONC ton on June 26, 1637. They and the entire New Haven Colon 1 CONC y stayed in Boston until the spring of 1638 when they conti 1 CONC nued on to the area where they Founded the town of New Have 1 CONC n, Connecticut. The entire trip is described in the book "T 1 CONC he Colony of New Haven" by Edward E. Atwater. The book desc 1 CONC ribes life in England at the time, why they wanted to com 1 CONC e to America, the trip aboard ship, and the way the land i 1 CONC n New Haven was divided up. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas was still fathering children in Ashford, Kent, Engla 1 CONC nd in 1636, so he COULD NOT have been in "New England" in 1 1 CONC 635 ! (Joseph Osborn [b. Dec. 4, 1636, Ashford, England] [d 1 CONC . 1732-1733 in Newark, Essex, New Jersey]). 1 CONT 1 CONT I am a descendent of Thomas Osborn(1), Benjamin(2), Benjami 1 CONC n(3), Samuel(4), etc. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jerry R. Osborn 1 CONT P.O. Box 339 1 CONT Los Alamos, NM 87544-0339 1 CONT 1 CONT E-mail : Osborn jro@aol.com 0 @I319@ INDI 1 NAME John /Stratton/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Stratton 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 14 Aug 1621 2 PLAC London, Middlessex, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1685 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID A9FBFD32CF9C4018BAE9E9291A955A0F63C1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F152@ 1 FAMC @F359@ 1 NOTE @NI319@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI319@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953, says John Stratton came here fi 1 CONC rst; he is listed as one of the first "nine men." About a y 1 CONC ear later he was joined by his brother Richard. Richard wa 1 CONC s in Southampton according to Howell's History of Southampt 1 CONC on, but there is no record of his having lived there. He pr 1 CONC obably returned to England where his father William Stratto 1 CONC n died in Tenterden, County Kent, about 1647. Upon his retu 1 CONC rn to America, John probably came directly to East Hampton. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Stratton was one of the founders of East Hampton, a pr 1 CONC ominent citizen and man of considerable property. He was ba 1 CONC ptized Aug. 14, 1621 in London (parish of St. Leonard, in E 1 CONC astcheap), the third son of William and Elizabeth Stratto 1 CONC n first left Tenterden, in County Kent, England for Americ 1 CONC a is not known; but he was twenty eight when he settled i 1 CONC n East Hampton, where his brother Richard joined him withi 1 CONC n the year. He married Sarah, whose surname is unknown befo 1 CONC re 1645, and died early in 1685. 1 CONT 1 CONT Book of Strattons, Volume I, page 118, contains the full te 1 CONC xt of John Stratton's will. It is nearly four pages long, s 1 CONC o I will not include it here. John's will was dated Augus 1 CONC t 30, 1684, and was proved before the Court of Sessions hel 1 CONC d in Southampton, March 16, 1685. 0 @I320@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Conklin/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Conklin 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Sep 1720 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Mar 1758 1 AFN 1D6S-8CF 1 _UID AD23CDD69FB14C93B4D3EC2EE94D140E9BB7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F126@ 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I321@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Aborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Aborn 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6T-N46 1 _UID A6A6E4C55AFF42BE9888FD8C47583E1DF1E1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F112@ 0 @I322@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Bond/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Bond 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1599 2 PLAC , , Kent, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1677 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 AFN 1R9M-5S0 1 _UID 113A9DAC5236469594E6C245A2E202ECEAD8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F125@ 1 FAMS @F153@ 1 NOTE @NI322@ 0 @NI322@ NOTE 1 CONC Lineal Ancestors of Susan (Mulford) Cory, wife of Captain J 1 CONC ames Corey, Volume III, Part II, compiled by C. H. Corey i 1 CONC n 1937, contains a rather extensive genealogy section on pa 1 CONC ges 240 - 269 starting with Robert Bond. (RCL note: I wil 1 CONC l include only excerpts from that section.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Bond Lineage 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert Bond was one of the Puritans who came to America fro 1 CONC m the county of Kent, England in 1639. He was an educated m 1 CONC an despite the fact that he gave his occupation as a blacks 1 CONC mith. His wife's Christian name was Jane, as found in Dr. J 1 CONC ohn winthrop's medical journal, recording the treatment o 1 CONC f their sixteen-year old daughter Mary, when he stopped i 1 CONC n East Hampton, L. I., in 1658. This Mary was twenty-four y 1 CONC ears old, then the wife of Thomas Osborn, when she was take 1 CONC n ill again in 1666, and the doctor happened to be making t 1 CONC he rounds of his itinerary when he stopped in East Hampto 1 CONC n and was called for. Apparently at this time he also treat 1 CONC ed Bond's seventeen-year old daughter Rebecca. Robert may h 1 CONC ave married as early as 1640. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rev. Edwin F. Hatfield, in his "History of Elizabeth, N. J. 1 CONC ," says Robert's wife was Hannah, who was then sister of Jo 1 CONC hn Ogden. (RCL note: I have Hannah Ogden listed as Robert' 1 CONC s wife in the database.) 1 CONT 1 CONT In any case, it is thought that he and his wife lived firs 1 CONC t in Lynn, Mass., for a few years and then about 1643, move 1 CONC d to Southampton, L. I., to join Rev. Abraham Pierson and h 1 CONC is party who went there first in 1640. He was one of the fi 1 CONC ve newcomers who, by the town order of May 29, 1643 were gi 1 CONC ven land. 1 CONT 1 CONT Being a "smithy" by trade Robert may have made harpoons o 1 CONC n an occasion for the Indians to use, with which the town w 1 CONC as not pleased. On June 9, 1643, he was warned by the gener 1 CONC al assembly that he should "not make for any India, or Indi 1 CONC ans, any harping Irons, or fishing Irons, which are known 1 CONC e to be dangerous weapons to offende the English." But thi 1 CONC s planked injunction was removed in January of 1650 after R 1 CONC obert had moved to the new settlement of East Hampton for h 1 CONC is future home. 1 CONT 1 CONT Apparently by a split on church matter, Robert was made on 1 CONC e of the nine men who began the new settlement of East Hamp 1 CONC ton, east of Southampton, in 1649. He had a principal par 1 CONC t in securing an extensive track of land. It contained thir 1 CONC ty-one thousand acres from the Indian chieftains by purchas 1 CONC e on April 29, 1648, through the good offices of Governor T 1 CONC heophilus Eaton of the colony of New Haven and of Governe 1 CONC r Edward Hopkins of the colony of Connecticut for certain a 1 CONC rticles at the value of 30 pounds, 4 shillings and 8 pence. 1 CONT 1 CONT The land was divided among those original settlers inpropor 1 CONC tion as each had advanced the purchase money. They were th 1 CONC e :proprietors" of the town and, as in New England, wer 1 CONC e a distinct body from the rest of the inhabitants. There h 1 CONC omes lots were in the southern part of the main street an 1 CONC d on each side of what is now called "Town Pond." 1 CONT 1 CONT The first election appears in the record of October of 1650 1 CONC . Robert was among the four men elected, with the Constable 1 CONC , "for ye ordering of ye affaires of ye Town." 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert was made one of the three magistrates or townsment o 1 CONC f East Hampton in 1560, 1651, 1652, 1654, 1656, 1660, 1661 1 CONC , and 1662 by town elections, and he represented the town i 1 CONC n the general assembly of the colony at Hartford in 1660 an 1 CONC d 1661. 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert was among three men whose names were sugggested by t 1 CONC he general assembly at Hartford, Conn., on March 11, 1663 1 CONC , "to be put in nomination at ye next Court of Ellections i 1 CONC n May, 1663. On the fourteenth of that month the assembly m 1 CONC et and Robert Bond was chosen Commissioner by this Court an 1 CONC d hereby inuested with magistricall power on the Island. Th 1 CONC e following year, May 12, 1664, Robert Bond and John Mulfor 1 CONC d, our ancestor, were appointed by the assembly "Magistrate 1 CONC s for East Hampton. 1 CONT 1 CONT News was bruited in the town as early as 1665 of the foundi 1 CONC ng of a new settlement on the Jersey coast to b known as El 1 CONC izabethtown. Some of Robert's neighbors who were about to m 1 CONC ove there led Robert to cast his lot with them. 1 CONT 1 CONT On leaving East Hampton for his future home on the Jersey s 1 CONC hore, Robert may have made arrangements with his son-in-law 1 CONC , Thomas Osborn, junior, for the care of his homestead an 1 CONC d land possessions. Thomas Osborn apparently purchased thes 1 CONC e properties from Robert Bond on September 7, 1668. 1 CONT 1 CONT "On the high recommendation of the Connecticut govenor, Rob 1 CONC ert was appointed on January 2, 1668, by Gov. Philip Catere 1 CONC t a member of his council and an assistant to the justice. 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert was a member of the first general assembly of New Je 1 CONC rsey, May 26, 1668, and served in that capacity for severa 1 CONC l terms subsequently. 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert married for the second time in Newark in 1672, Mary 1 CONC , who was the widow of Hugh Roberts, and the daughter of Hu 1 CONC gh Calkins, an emigrant from Wales in 1640, who was firs 1 CONC t a resident of Gloucester, Mass., and later of New London 1 CONC , Conn., and then of Norwich, Conn. Robert made his home i 1 CONC n Newark, as it was first mentioned in the Newark Town Reco 1 CONC rds of January 1, 1673 of his election as one of the two "A 1 CONC ssistants" in the office of Magistrate Jasper Crane and on 1 CONC e of two deputies to the "General Assembly." 1 CONT 1 CONT The text goes on for many pages about Robert's involvemen 1 CONC t in New Jersy government. 1 CONT 1 CONT Robert kept up his interest in the welfare of the Newark co 1 CONC lony until he was taken by death, in April of 1677, at th 1 CONC e age of eighty-one years, leaving behind his wife, who sur 1 CONC vived him by twenty four years, dying in 1700. 0 @I323@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8LV 1 _UID 861955EDFADF43B981F49C542A9BED7E4BC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F154@ 0 @I324@ INDI 1 NAME Increase /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Increase 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Feb 1644 2 PLAC New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1GVF-0Q1 1 _UID A18EEFF63A9943D48B5B5A0AA59C74E0DDA2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F151@ 0 @I325@ INDI 1 NAME John /Osborne/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 Jul 1631 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 31 Jul 1631 2 PLAC Christ Church, Ashford, Kent, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 May 1687 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 2 May 1687 2 PLAC Wainscott, Long Island, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 94K9-G0 1 _UID 09CDD781D0A846D78C1E30C4171EFA12A207 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F134@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 1 NOTE @NI325@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI325@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953 indicates he died in Wainscott. 1 CONT 1 CONT Subject: Osborn's of Long Island and New Haven 1 CONT From: Drew Roberts 1 CONT Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 23:09:33 -0800 1 CONT 1 CONT I am interested in history of the Osborn line, my Materna 1 CONC l lineage. 1 CONT My maternal grandfather's grandfather was Josiah Osborn wh 1 CONC o married Margaret Findley and walked from Illinois to th 1 CONC e Oregon Territory in 1846 and survived the Whitman Missio 1 CONC n Indian massacre near Fort Walla Walla (Washington now). 1 CONT 1 CONT He was the second son of a Moses Osborn (1782-1862) and hi 1 CONC s first wife, Anne LYON. Moses was son of Josiah (1755-1834 1 CONC ), son of Jedediah [1721-1786], son of Josiah [1699-1754] 1 CONC , son of Ephriam [1666-1744], son of John [1631 England - 1 1 CONC 687 New York], son of Thomas [1595 Eng. - 1688 New Haven, C 1 CONC T], son of prob. Jeremy [c.1569-1621], son of Thomas [c.155 1 CONC 0-]. 1 CONT 1 CONT See Rosa Lee Trupp's Rootsweb/Ancestry.com online databas 1 CONC e for John's descendants up through the twentieth century. 0 @I326@ INDI 1 NAME Kathleen Renee /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Kathleen Renee 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Aug 1951 2 PLAC Sacramento, , California 1 _UID C82866E61C594C839BDE9BC2592A8C147934 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 Aug 2007 3 TIME 10:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Kathy Deaton 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Kathleen Deaton - Jun 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F155@ 1 FAMC @F3@ 1 NOTE @NI326@ 0 @NI326@ NOTE 1 CONC Kathleen enjoys reading, Beanie Babies, Betty Boop, and mus 1 CONC ic. 1 CONT 1 CONT Kathy is a buyer at LaBarge, Inc., an electronics plant i 1 CONC n Huntsville. 1 CONT 1 CONT She also performs at The Garden Cafe at The Settle Inn Reso 1 CONC rt & Conference Center in Branson, Missouri. Tony Orlando a 1 CONC nd Moe Bradly have stopped by to see her, but one of the "r 1 CONC egulars" is none other than Santa Claus himself! He and Mr 1 CONC s. Claus have become Kathleen's and Victor's very dear frie 1 CONC nds. Santa is a great singer and performer! He is a big par 1 CONC t of Tony's show and he and Kathy often perform duets toget 1 CONC her at the Cafe. His driver's license may state his name a 1 CONC s Dave Thompson, but she knows better. He is Santa Claus. 0 @I328@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Hedges 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 May 1816 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York, , South End Cemetery 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID C29F32F5C1364C0597FE3A080A7564A02A3E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F150@ 1 FAMC @F184@ 1 NOTE @NI328@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI328@ NOTE 1 CONC The East Hampton History does not specifically identify thi 1 CONC s Hannah Hedges as the Hannah Hedges born March 2, 1766, da 1 CONC ughter of Matthew Hedges. However, with the circumstantia 1 CONC l evidence available, I (RCL) am making that connection. 0 @I329@ INDI 1 NAME John /Conkling/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Aft 1634 2 PLAC , , Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1694 2 PLAC Of East Hampton, , New York 1 AFN MTDT-VJ 1 _UID A471FB7EFC0547F09D630CB4E9ABF3B7C4E7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I330@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Goatly/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Goatly 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1600 2 PLAC Of Ashford, Kent, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FZXG-NP 1 _UID B07217DCF0A14665986E85CE4180C9F3277F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F151@ 1 FAMC @F157@ 1 NOTE @NI330@ 0 @NI330@ NOTE 1 CONC The LDS Ancestral File has tentatively identified Mary Goat 1 CONC ly's father as William Goatly of Ashford, Kent, England, bo 1 CONC rn about 1574. 0 @I331@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Bond/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Bond 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1645 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 Nov 1694 2 PLAC Newark, New Jersey 1 _UID 3CB42D2CC0F5481491667708F3C16B261558 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F135@ 1 FAMC @F125@ 0 @I332@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 Feb 1634 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 CHR 2 DATE 24 Feb 1634 2 PLAC Christ Church, Ashford, Kent, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1698 2 PLAC Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey 1 AFN 94K9-JB 1 _UID E04F53D6C50D4FB9B3779A8C0236E622C234 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F145@ 1 FAMS @F156@ 1 FAMC @F151@ 1 NOTE @NI332@ 0 @NI332@ NOTE 1 CONC Individual Record FamilySearch' Ancestral File™ v4.19 1 CONT 1 CONT --------------------------------- ------------------------- 1 CONC ---------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary OSBORNE (AFN: 4HH3-C1) 1 CONT Sex: F 1 CONT 1 CONT --------------------------------- ------------------------- 1 CONC ---------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Event(s): 1 CONT Birth: 1642 1 CONT Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey 1 CONT 1 CONT --------------------------------- ------------------------- 1 CONC ---------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents: 1 CONT Father: Stephen OSBORNE (AFN: 94K9-JB) 1 CONT Mother: Sarah STANBOROUGH (AFN: 93HM-BD) 1 CONT 1 CONT Father: Stephen OSBORNE (AFN: CPMT-PT) 1 CONT Mother: Sarah STANBOROUGH (AFN: 93HM-BD) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT --------------------------------- ------------------------- 1 CONC ---------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage(s): 1 CONT Spouse: Joseph FRAZEE (AFN: 4HH3-BT) 1 CONT Marriage: 17 Jun 1693 1 CONT Elizabeth Town, Essex Co., Nj 1 CONT 1 CONT The Families of Horse Neck, NJ - Caldwell Township 1 CONT Entries: 122063 Updated: Sun Sep 1 22:38:45 2002 Contact: H 1 CONC orse Neck Founders H & G Soc 1 CONT 1 CONT ID: I1086 Name: Stephen Osborne Name: Samuel 1 Sex: M Chang 1 CONC e Date: 09 FEB 2002 Social Security Number: 94K9-JB Death 1 CONC : ABT 1698 in Elizabeth, Union County, NJ, USA 2 Will: 12 J 1 CONC UL 1694 Elizabethtown, Union County, NJ, USA Note: date 1 CONC d 3 Baptism: 24 FEB 1633/34 Christ Church, Ashford, Kent Co 1 CONC unty, England 2 Birth: BEF 24 FEB 1632/33 in Ashford, Ken 1 CONC t County, England 2 Will: 20 JUL 1698 Elizabethtown, Unio 1 CONC n County, NJ, USA Note: proved 3 1 CONT 1 CONT Father: Thomas Osborne b: ABT 1594 in Ashford Parish, Kent 1 CONC , England 1 CONT Mother: Mary Goatly b: ABT 1601 in Ashford Parish, Kent, E 1 CONC ngland 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage 1 Sarah Stanborough b: ABT 1635 in England 1 CONT Married: ABT 1659 in Southampton, Suffolk County, NY, USA 3 1 CONT Children 1 CONT Josiah Osborne 1 CONT Rebecca Osborne 1 CONT Abigail Osborne 1 CONT Mary Osborn b: ABT 1659 in Elizabethtown, Union County, N 1 CONC J, USA 1 CONT Jeremiah Osborn b: ABT 1661 1 CONT Sarah Osborn b: ABT 1663 in East Hampton, Suffolk County 1 CONC , NY, USA 1 CONT Martha Osborne b: ABT 1665 in Elizabethtown, Union County 1 CONC , NJ, USA 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT Title: Note Re Greener - Family of Gould AKA The Gould Fami 1 CONC ly, 1 CONT Recipient: Letter left in Greener MSS at NJHS 1 CONT Abbrev: Gould, LeGrand Letter 1 CONT Author: Gould, LeGrand A. Jr. 1 CONT Publication: May 1996 1 CONT Title: Lane, Myra 1 CONT Abbrev: Lane, Myra 1 CONT Title: Renoe, Annora, Author E-mail: annorarenoe@aol.com 1 CONT Abbrev: Renoe, Annora 1 CONT Repository: 1 CONT Name: Unknown 1 CONT 1 CONT Repository: 1 CONT Name: Unknown 0 @I333@ INDI 1 NAME Miss /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Miss 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1606 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 19M3-6KK 1 _UID C675773449354D04880D8076A525C420EECE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I334@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Jonathan 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8VPQ-X3 1 _UID CB44D4851A664FD3A0F176E924AD0F17F1D4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F114@ 0 @I335@ INDI 1 NAME Miss. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Miss. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1606 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 BURI 2 DATE 7 Aug 1608 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 1 AFN FZXH-58 1 _UID FD77A44DDAAF4AD29FB37CD817F39830823F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I336@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 13 Jan 1600 2 PLAC St Mary The Virg, Ashford, Kent, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN TRKC-RN 1 _UID 82D90FCFCC40429C8DBCED258359E284C0BE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F148@ 0 @I337@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1729 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8G2 1 _UID 78E799AC86604935B151929D0A3FFFBA3B1B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I339@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Wheeler/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Wheeler 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MFC5-ZC 1 _UID 5AD0F9590369483D9B9BB99E333713239ACA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F131@ 0 @I340@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1723 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8M3 1 _UID 3C22DC8886294DBE95E207E365AC246B7D23 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F154@ 1 FAMC @F115@ 0 @I341@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Davis/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Davis 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1Q9D-195 1 _UID 7BFD328F696D49649B0DFC34FB1538A480D9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F129@ 0 @I342@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Oct 1788 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1789 1 _UID 22B1C465EC754E5F8BFF5E9149ACC31A55F4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F150@ 0 @I343@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1MWF-M2L 1 _UID 54DA9073E059406EA6F10C87B2D702BC892D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F132@ 0 @I344@ INDI 1 NAME Elisabeth Wilmeth /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Elisabeth Wilmeth 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1538 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1600 2 PLAC Ashford, Kent, England, Great Britain 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 2 Jan 1597 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 REFN 98 1 _UID DAD00D9E00FC46C0AB91867E30E97B5F8A95 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F136@ 0 @I345@ INDI 1 NAME William (Tentative) /Goatly/ 2 GIVN William (Tentative) 2 SURN Goatly 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1574 2 PLAC 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MRX1-VQ 1 _UID BB89A75DA55549DBB91F97D2136C19F02F79 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F157@ 0 @I346@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Launder/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Launder 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Mar 1613 2 PLAC Wasail, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Mar 1613 2 PLAC St Mathews, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE Nov 1657 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 46XT-PH 1 _UID 175807747B17426F921EC86B994E43326C49 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F146@ 1 FAMC @F142@ 1 NOTE @NI346@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI346@ NOTE 1 CONC The East Hampton History indicates Mary's surname as Lavend 1 CONC er. 0 @I347@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1669 2 PLAC Of East Hampton, Prior Goni, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6R-V90 1 _UID B0E6A5DBBAFC4801ACDE262ADD95C8285117 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F113@ 1 FAMC @F123@ 0 @I348@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Conkling/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Conkling 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1718 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6S-8B7 1 _UID 78774129F2A7490EB3DB5315AEC74DA1A231 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F115@ 1 NOTE @NI348@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI348@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History includes a reference to Rev. Nathanie 1 CONC l Huntting saying that Mary was "ye 1st ch. baptized in y 1 CONC e new meeting house." 0 @I350@ INDI 1 NAME John Lander Lauder /Lavendar/ 2 GIVN John Lander Lauder 2 SURN Lavendar 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Bef 1595 2 PLAC Of Wasail, Staffordshire, Nottingham, England 1 CHR 2 PLAC Or Of Aldridge 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D6W-T2W 1 _UID 03FFD600D3644D9ABF3555958A35F552DAC6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F142@ 0 @I351@ INDI 1 NAME (Sister) /Conkling/ 2 GIVN (Sister) 2 SURN Conkling 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1643 2 PLAC Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1BBG-33S 1 _UID 8E6687D0F79B46358BC66A1681925AF288AE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F146@ 0 @I352@ INDI 1 NAME William /Hedges/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 62268EC767B242F1A5346458D253D9E5A13C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F143@ 1 NOTE @NI352@ 0 @NI352@ NOTE 1 CONC The Osborn genealogy clearly states that Josheph 3 marrie 1 CONC d Mary, dau. of William and Hannah Stratton Hedges in 1704 1 CONC . However, the Hedges genealogy does not mention a Willia 1 CONC m Hedges who would logically be the father of this Mary. 0 @I353@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1671 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Aug 1752 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York, , South End Cemetery 1 _UID CA27CF02F5424BE385F1755E271F76F21EBA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F141@ 1 FAMC @F143@ 1 NOTE @NI353@ 0 @NI353@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: CD-ROM IGI from San Diego FHC on 25 Oct 90. 0 @I354@ INDI 1 NAME Priscilla /Roberts/ 2 GIVN Priscilla 2 SURN Roberts 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 94K9-MT 1 _UID C13E2B0172564F82B5A3ED95FA2BCB9D2BFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F133@ 0 @I355@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Stanborough/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Stanborough 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 93HM-BD 1 _UID 79B593BA97B1493F8BFE4C773A7C0E3B967F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F156@ 0 @I356@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1795 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 _UID 02644B2B830542A18F261262D7CFE8706EBE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F150@ 0 @I357@ INDI 1 NAME Julian /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Julian 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1789 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 _UID 5C1B12A5F486485896A2824A4E173EEEDD4F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F150@ 0 @I358@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1797 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 49C1085ABA76475A929B1B263AF13C33452E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F150@ 0 @I359@ INDI 1 NAME Phoebe /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Phoebe 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jan 1800 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Apr 1848 1 _UID C0F2AAF0F20145299797A35D2E5D92938B32 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F158@ 1 FAMC @F150@ 0 @I361@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel Conklin /Barnes/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel Conklin 2 SURN Barnes 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 70FA1CA62ADF4FC1AA682173BFE3985A7F64 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F158@ 0 @I362@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1821 2 PLAC , Washington, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 03DBA43F942F401DA17D53DCB254689F3B8E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F159@ 1 FAMC @F600@ 0 @I363@ INDI 1 NAME Reuben J. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Reuben J. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1819 2 PLAC , Washington, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C2CD78A0A9134DF1978FB272ABB0140862FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F160@ 1 FAMC @F600@ 0 @I364@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Feb 1742 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Nov 1753 1 _UID 6A7D653C27374FF984E77E41F75B0711C243 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F126@ 0 @I365@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 Feb 1744 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Jun 1788 1 _UID 40FA056E919E46A99715787F948009BC47F9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F126@ 0 @I366@ INDI 1 NAME Jane /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Jane 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Apr 1746 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Mar 1776 1 _UID 5061299D12C4475BBF1D723DD96AEF822EC5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F126@ 0 @I367@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Apr 1749 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F4AE9613DF744734A01DA08CA6D28D454C5B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F126@ 0 @I368@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1751 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8860DA5B068342E5A5F8430491844B8394B4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F126@ 0 @I369@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1665 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Jan 1713 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 61D697DBFA394B8890C4826F4B7DBBBF36C7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F118@ 1 NOTE @NI369@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI369@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953, p. 497-501 contains a part enti 1 CONC tled "Descendants of Daniel Osborn 3". It contains five se 1 CONC ctions, one each for the five sons of Daniel's grandson Jon 1 CONC athan 5: Joseph 6, Jonathan 6, Henry 6, Samuel 6, and Danie 1 CONC l 6. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have photocopies of these pages. 0 @I370@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1671 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9853C4BE068342BFAC6DB2CD95958E1960BF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F161@ 1 FAMC @F118@ 0 @I372@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Filer/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Filer 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 41CA326742FD41D9915411ED9BEF62B27E89 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F161@ 0 @I373@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 _UID AFDE463A97614EF2BC60F135720032A8D388 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I374@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Jonathan 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 _UID DD21967414D6472B9E030FF3A210FFC67EDC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I375@ INDI 1 NAME Bezaleel /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Bezaleel 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 _UID 62D009F56A2E453C856D9924A8B2F7297239 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F117@ 0 @I376@ INDI 1 NAME Austin /Peace/ 2 GIVN Austin 2 SURN Peace 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3C99CF7D19394A30AD4CF87CDE739D76BECE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F163@ 0 @I378@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1648 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1722 1 _UID 05829C7ED75D481A9D5CAE8908E8C7E60422 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I379@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1649 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 60F5D41DB0E249A4ADF48552C42AC0DBC6B5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F164@ 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I380@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1684 1 _UID 75B668984FCD4519984810A56F82F1294516 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F165@ 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I381@ INDI 1 NAME John /Stratton/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1645 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1E6A2006F3CA4DDCA3FACB82C4C40D2E41D2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I383@ INDI 1 NAME John /Mulford/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1683 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E28EFB73B61449758B5763296D5EF426B912 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F68@ 0 @I384@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Mulford/ 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Mulford 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1684 2 PLAC Probably E.H., Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 41BDC77FFCA344EC98A34B8029FE71D7880B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F68@ 0 @I385@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Hedges 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1634-1635 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Jul 1734 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 56F1EB7B9E8F4E3EA4F1EA2B274E566E4909 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F123@ 1 FAMC @F182@ 1 NOTE @NI385@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI385@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History indicates Stephen Hedges was Constabl 1 CONC e in 1663. 0 @I393@ INDI 1 NAME Bruce Howard /Osterberg/ 2 GIVN Bruce Howard 2 SURN Osterberg 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Jul 1940 2 PLAC Kenosha, Kenosha, Wisconsin 1 _UID 7931D526303B4B0CA6210675CC520F5B3149 1 CHAN 2 DATE 16 Sep 2007 3 TIME 17:28 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Bruce 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Bruce Osterberg 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Bruce Osterberg Oct 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Bruce Osterberg - Sep 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F169@ 1 NOTE @NI393@ 0 @NI393@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Osterberg family records. 1 CONT 1 CONT His parents divorced when he was young. His mother and he 1 CONC r new husband George moved to southern California. Bruce g 1 CONC raduated from Mar Vista High School, Imperial Beach, CA i 1 CONC n 1958. He joined the US Army shortly before his marriag 1 CONC e and trained as a Hawk Missile technician. He was statione 1 CONC d at Ft. Bliss, El Paso, TX and Okinawa. After his militar 1 CONC y service he attended San Diego State University and then U 1 CONC niversity of California at Los Angeles where he graduated c 1 CONC um laude with a BS in Electronic Engineering. He was electe 1 CONC d to Tau Beta Pi while attending UCLA. 1 CONT 1 CONT He worked in the Los Angeles area with Western Data Corpora 1 CONC tion. In 1973 the company was purchased by Cubic Corporati 1 CONC on and relocated to San Diego. After about four years he l 1 CONC eft Cubic and started his own firm, Osterberg Consulting, s 1 CONC pecializing in digital control devices and embedded control 1 CONC ler products. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bruce and his significant other, Teri Jean Canfield, make t 1 CONC heir home in Escondido, California. 0 @I397@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Jenkinson /Olds/ 2 GIVN Joseph Jenkinson 2 SURN Olds 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abtout 1788 2 PLAC New York Or Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 SOUR @S86@ 2 PAGE page 283 2 QUAY 3 1 _UID 54E06E643BBD4D7EAFA6A1D30992A1855353 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Joseph Olds.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F173@ 1 FAMS @F4284@ 1 FAMC @F4287@ 1 NOTE @NI397@ 0 @NI397@ NOTE 1 CONC As mentioned in Louisa L. Olds' notes, Jane (Townsend) Anto 1 CONC netti , in July 2000 told me that acco 1 CONC rding to her Aunt Shirley and Aunt Eleanore (great-grandaug 1 CONC hters of William Barton and Louisa Olds) Louisa's Father wa 1 CONC s Joseph J. Olds (also called Carmi) and his wife's name wa 1 CONC s Olive Clark. Carmi was said to be a Methodist minister a 1 CONC nd that he is buried in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She also ha 1 CONC d been told that Louisa had a nephew named Schyler Olds wh 1 CONC o was a politician. 1 CONT 1 CONT Later, while at the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lak 1 CONC e City I had access to a microfiche version of The Olds (O 1 CONC ld, Ould) Family in England and America - American Genealog 1 CONC y by Edson B. Olds - English Pedigree by Miss Susan S. Gasc 1 CONC oyne Old of London, England - Compiled and Published by Eds 1 CONC on B. Olds, Washington, D. C., 1915. After much squinting a 1 CONC nd searching I found a Joseph Jenkinson Olds who had marrie 1 CONC d an Olive Clark. They had children Louisa and Carmi C. Ca 1 CONC rmi had a son named Schuyler Seager Olds. Viola! 1 CONT 1 CONT The text indicated that Joseph lived in Grandville, NY, whe 1 CONC re he had a house standing on the State line. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1820 Vermont Federal Census shows Joseph Olds living i 1 CONC n Wells, NH. Looking at a map, it shows that Granville an 1 CONC d Wells townships both are immediately on opposite sides o 1 CONC f the NY/VT state boundary. Apparently the 1820 census take 1 CONC r knocked on the door on the NH side of the house. 1 CONT 1 CONT This also possibly explains why Emma Batchelder (Louisa's g 1 CONC randdaughter) many years later thought that Louisa Olds w 1 CONC as born in Wells, NY. She must have always entered throug 1 CONC h the NY side of the house and looked out the back window a 1 CONC t Wells. 1 CONT 1 CONT Emma Batchelder's statement that her grandmother being bor 1 CONC n in Wells, NY, caused severe difficulty in finding the Old 1 CONC s ancestry. There is in fact a Wells, NY. Fortunately, th 1 CONC e 1850 and later MI census did indicate that Louisa was bor 1 CONC n in VT. This was further complicated that Louisa's childre 1 CONC n Emily and Wilbur indicated in the 1900 NV census that the 1 CONC ir mother was born in NY. 1 CONT 1 CONT This is what makes genealogy so much fun! 1 CONT 1 CONT Joseph is not listed in the 1810 Rutland census. There i 1 CONC s a Joseph Olds listed in the Marlborough, Windham County 1 CONC , CT about 60 miles to the south east. However, he is als 1 CONC o listed there in the 1800 census when our Joseph would hav 1 CONC e only been 12 year old. However, Joseph's father was bor 1 CONC n in Ashford, Windham County, about 24 miles north east o 1 CONC f Marlborough. 0 @I406@ INDI 1 NAME Jess Howard /Osterberg/ 2 GIVN Jess Howard 2 SURN Osterberg 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Dec 1960 2 PLAC El Paso, El Paso, Texas 1 _UID 2DCF79029F0A456889BF0380E030CB6ADD08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Jess 2000.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Jess Osterberg 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F176@ 1 FAMC @F169@ 1 NOTE @NI406@ 0 @NI406@ NOTE 1 CONC Birth: Certificate of Birth No. 142-60 228882, El Paso, E 1 CONC l Paso County, Texas, Registrar's File No. 12582, recorde 1 CONC d Dec 27, 1960. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jess moved to Phoenix, AZ after graduating from high schoo 1 CONC l to attend mechanics school. After returning to San Dieg 1 CONC o to begin working as a mechanic, he soon realized that a 1 CONC s a profession, this was not for him. After he and Karin ma 1 CONC rried, he started college and began working toward his degr 1 CONC ee in Electronics Engineering. Karin worked as a hair styl 1 CONC ist and Jess worked part time as they moved closer to the g 1 CONC oal of his graduation from San Diego State University. Thr 1 CONC ee years after the birth of Eric, Jess graduated with his d 1 CONC egree and is currently working in his field. His passio 1 CONC n is car racing and he has a 914 Porsche which keeps him b 1 CONC usy using his mechanic’s skills. 1 CONT 1 CONT Karin continues working as a hair stylist and is taking cla 1 CONC sses to become a Montessori teacher. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jess and his family reside in Poway, California. 0 @I423@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah // 2 GIVN Sarah 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 214E11A22FF64CA583A7F248F3BC107ED9B0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F152@ 0 @I424@ INDI 1 NAME William /Hedges/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Hedges 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1674 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 357C507C352E4AD1B9BFE316FFB150B7231A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F182@ 1 NOTE @NI424@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI424@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History says the first Hedges in East Hampto 1 CONC n is thought to have come from Maidstone in Kent, England 1 CONC . The name still appears regularly in the Kent Messenger ne 1 CONC wspaper published in Maidstone; and the name is still repre 1 CONC sented here. Kentish records going back for centuries spel 1 CONC l the name variously, Hedges, Hedge, Hodge, or Hodges. 1 CONT 1 CONT Judge Henry P. Hedges, 19th century East Hampton historian 1 CONC , considered William Hodges who settled Taunton, Mass, in 1 1 CONC 643, the same man who arrived in East Hampton by 1650 by wa 1 CONC y of Southampton and whose name was spelled Hedges here. 1 CONT 1 CONT East Hampton History indicates William Hedges was there i 1 CONC n 1650 immediately after the original nine settlers. 1 CONT 1 CONT William Hedges was granted land in 1652 which remained in t 1 CONC he family until 1923. The Hedges Inn, built about 1770 on t 1 CONC he site of an earlier house, is located on property describ 1 CONC ed in the 1652 grant as being on the "Great Plaine, more o 1 CONC r less bounded with the hie way South, the litell Pond West 1 CONC , and the hie way North and John Mulford East." 1 CONT 1 CONT The Suffolk County "Portrait and Biographical Record" of 18 1 CONC 96 says that Hedges men have been largely farmers and wit 1 CONC h few exceptions have made a signal success of it; also the 1 CONC y are notable for longevity, averaging 85 years with near-c 1 CONC entenarians not uncommon. 1 CONT 1 CONT It may be added that they often exchanged the plow for th 1 CONC e whaling-irons. A Hedges (Tristram or William, the old rec 1 CONC ords are dim and historians say the given names may be eith 1 CONC er; it was probably William) in March 1644, was named a mem 1 CONC ber of the first organized whaling company in America. Fort 1 CONC y-four men banded together at Southampton to take care of t 1 CONC he valuable right whales off the beach on eastern Long Isla 1 CONC nd. 0 @I425@ INDI 1 NAME Rose // 2 GIVN Rose 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 99E1759DFA6C476188F950F18834486DCD06 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F182@ 0 @I426@ INDI 1 NAME Isaac /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Isaac 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1637 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1676 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 _UID 258D20DD866C443B99E570F6148F214F173A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F182@ 0 @I427@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hedges/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1670 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 Jan 1737 1 _UID 6BA259684DA5420F85A235DB2D53DBFA9D9A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F183@ 1 FAMC @F123@ 0 @I429@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1677 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1734 1 _UID C1C3DB3D1EE54D75A3997F37B85A9CD9DA41 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F123@ 0 @I430@ INDI 1 NAME William /Hedges/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1680 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Nov 1768 1 _UID 07D577A0C48E458F8926160785FCEEB1051E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F123@ 0 @I431@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1682 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 May 1747 1 _UID 07EF10A9EFEB4720B43CB8C1DC571E812BA4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F123@ 0 @I432@ INDI 1 NAME Matthew /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Matthew 2 SURN Hedges 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 15 Jun 1735 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 May 1817 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Jericho Cemetery, East Hampton, Suffolk Co, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID BDDB43ABEE6E4ECA9CC42BBB56D9D6BAFF34 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F184@ 1 FAMS @F185@ 1 FAMC @F52@ 1 NOTE @NI432@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI432@ NOTE 1 CONC The East Hampton History does not mention Matthew Hedges' 1 CONC s first wife. His second wife was Naomi Wells who died Ma 1 CONC y 25 1795 at age 40. That would place her birth at about 1 1 CONC 755, which is much too early to be the mother of the firs 1 CONC t few children and certainly our Hannah who was born in 176 1 CONC 6. Therefore, all children will be listed under Matthew' 1 CONC s first marriage. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: "Vivian Derrick" 1 CONT Date: Sat, 26 Jun 1999 11:36:08 -0700 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is my research on Matthew Hedges. This should clear u 1 CONC p any confusion on who the mothers of his children are: 1 CONT 1 CONT MATTHEW HEDGES 1 CONT 1 CONT Parents: Stephen Hedges and Amy Mulford 1 CONT Born: 15 June 1735 at East Hampton, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT Christened: 25 June 1735 East Hampton, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT 1 CONT (1760? His father’s (Stephen Hedges) Will mentions 40 acre 1 CONC s at Newburgh, NY; Matthew is to have home and lands.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Married (1) : Hannah Hudson 1 Jan 1760 1 CONT b. 1740 1 CONT d. 27 Mar 1779 1 CONT buried at Cemetery at Baiting Hollow, Southold, Suffolk C 1 CONC o, NY 1 CONT 1 CONT Children (1) : Juliana 18 Oct 1761 East Hampton, Suffol 1 CONC k Co, NY (m: John Corwin) bur:Cemetery at Baiting Hollow, S 1 CONC outhold, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT Ruth (Anne or Ame)13 Jan 1763 East Hampton, Suffolk Co, N 1 CONC Y m: Abel Corwin) bur:Cemetery at Baiting Hollow, 1 CONT Southold, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT Stephen 13 Jan 1763 East Hampton, Suffolk Co, NY of Ne 1 CONC w York City) 1 CONT son Jan 1764 East Hampton, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT Hannah 2 Mar 1766 (m: Cornelius Osborn) 1 CONT Mary 29 Feb 1768 Mattituck, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT Paul 10 Oct 1770 Mattituck, Suffolk Co, NY (move 1 CONC d to OH) 1 CONT Matthew 3 Nov 1773 Aquebogue Church, Mattituck, Suf 1 CONC folk Co, NY (removed) 1 CONT Amy 7 Feb 1776 Mattituck, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT child (Charlotte?) 1779 (bur. in Cemetery at B 1 CONC aiting Hollow) 1 CONT 1 CONT He lived at Baiting Hollow in Southold from 1766 to 1776 1 CONC . He signed the Association in 1775. He was a Private i 1 CONC n Captain Josiah Lupton’s NY Company in 1775. He was a ref 1 CONC ugee to Connecticut during Revolutionary War, brought ove 1 CONC r by Captain Thomas Leete in Sept 1776 (Southold to Guilfor 1 CONC d); but no mention is made of the removal of his family. H 1 CONC aving to seek refuge caused him much suffering, and cost hi 1 CONC s first wife her life. His two oldest daughters, Julia an 1 CONC d Ruth, m. Corwin brothers, John and Abel. The mother, Han 1 CONC nah, and 1 CONT three daughters, Julia, Ruth, and Charlotte, lie in the Cem 1 CONC etery at Baiting Hallow, a few rods from where Matthew live 1 CONC d, from 1766 to 1776. Soon after his return from Connecticu 1 CONC t he went to East Hampton and 1 CONT with his second wife, rests in a private burial plot on wha 1 CONC t was his farm. The baptisms of four children between 176 1 CONC 8 and 1776, and one child in 1779, are recorded. A son, Mat 1 CONC thew, bapt. Nov. 3, 1773.(Aquebogue Ch. Rec.) The baptism 1 CONC s of 11 more children are recorded at East Hampton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Married (2) : Naomi Wells 2 Feb 1780 Mattituck-Aquebogue Pa 1 CONC rishes, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT b. abt 1755 1 CONT d. 25 May 1795 (buried Jericho Cemetery, East Hampton, S 1 CONC uffolk Co, NY) 1 CONT Children (2) : 1 CONT Timothy 10 Dec 1780 (moved to NY) 1 CONT Sophia 1782 (d. 2 Mar 18 1 CONC 33) 1 CONT Abigail 22 Feb 1784 (d. 5 Dec 1867) 1 CONT Esther Sept 1786 (d. 22 Aug 1870) 1 CONT Samuel Booth 24 Mar 1786 (d. 1854) (moved to Washingt 1 CONC on Co,NY) 1 CONT Clarinda 15 Nov 1789 (d. 30 Nov 1810 typhus) 1 CONT John W. 4 Dec 1791 (d. 4 Oct 1796) 1 CONT Nathaniel May 1795 (d. 7 Sept 1796) 1 CONT 1 CONT Matthew Hedges died: 27 May 1817 1 CONT Buried: Jericho Cemetery, East Hampton, Suffolk Co, NY 1 CONT 1 CONT Resources: 1 CONT 1 CONT from the book REFUGEES OF 1776 FROM LONG ISLAND TO CONNECTI 1 CONC CUT by FREDERIC MATHER 1 CONT 1 CONT from the book THE EARLY HISTORY OF SOUTHAMPTON, L.I., NEW Y 1 CONC ORK, WITH GENEALOGIES by George Rogers Howell in 1887, M. 1 CONC A. p.287, 291 1 CONT 1 CONT from the book EAST HAMPTON HISTORY by Jeannette Edwards Rat 1 CONC tray 1 CONT 1 CONT from the Records of the Town of East Hampton , Vol. V 0 @I433@ INDI 1 NAME Naomi /Wells/ 2 GIVN Naomi 2 SURN Wells 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1755 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 May 1795 1 _UID D5F2CB83E0744B99B53492D484E1A814BDC5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F185@ 0 @I434@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Hudson/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Hudson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1740 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Mar 1779 1 BURI 2 PLAC Southold, Suffolk, NY, , Cemetery At Baiting Hollow 1 _UID A206B8AA471F4773A707DD499461D37C423F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F184@ 0 @I435@ INDI 1 NAME Juliana /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Juliana 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 18 Oct 1761 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A84287B22F484BB18644C218FD305914D497 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I436@ INDI 1 NAME Anne /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Anne 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Jan 1763 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 58BB7EF41463444F81F474E418A274D45E3F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I437@ INDI 1 NAME (Son) /Hedges/ 2 GIVN (Son) 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Jan 1764 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A46B34ADD70F43C3BEADED62839DABCA2B7E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I438@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 _UID C8BB1E702F074FD5ADFD22B35DEB600EA07E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 1 NOTE @NI438@ 0 @NI438@ NOTE 1 CONC From: "Vivian Derrick" 1 CONT Date: Sat, 26 Jun 1999 11:34:34 -0700 1 CONT 1 CONT This is my line: 1 CONT William Hedges 1 m. Rose______ 1 CONT Stephen 2 (b. 1634/35) m. Hannah Stratton 1 CONT John 3 (b.1670) m. Ruth Stratton 1 CONT Stephen 4 (b.1702/03) m. Amy Mulford 1 CONT Matthew 5 (b.1735) m. Hannah Hudson 1 CONT Stephen 6 (b.1763) m. Betsey Randall 1 CONT Jesse Williams Hedges 7 (b. 1800) m. Mary "Polly 1 CONC " Calkins 1 CONT Elisha Hedges 8 (b. 1829) m. Fidelia Hicks 1 CONT Frank Leslie Hedges 9 (b. 1856) m. Emma Jea 1 CONC n Dieter 1 CONT Earl Edwin Hedges 10 m. Merle Dorina Tittle 1 CONT Floyd Hedges 11 m. Else Andersen 1 CONT Vivian Hedges 12 m. Claude Derrick 1 CONT 1 CONT Vivian Hedges Derrick 1 CONT derrick1@open.org 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC ---------- 1 CONT From: "Vivian Derrick" 1 CONT Date: Sat, 26 Jun 1999 12:35:14 -0700 1 CONT 1 CONT I am trying to find information on Matthew's son Stephen, w 1 CONC ho married Betsey Ranall. I believe that these two Osbor 1 CONC n and Hedges families traveled away from Long Island togeth 1 CONC er for a while. Some of Stephen and Betsey's children whe 1 CONC r born in the area of Troy, Rennselaer, NY and I believe Ha 1 CONC nnah (Hedges) and Cornelius lived there also. One of Steph 1 CONC en and Betsey's children was named Jeremiah Osborn Hedges 1 CONC . It was this child that also ended up in MI as did some o 1 CONC f the Osborns. I am also looking for any information you m 1 CONC ight have on Betsey Randall. Family history has her as Ste 1 CONC phen's wife but I have no documentation to support it. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ++++++++++++++++++++ 1 CONT 1 CONT >From Daughters of the American Revolution: 1 CONT 1 CONT "We have applications on Matthew Hedges through his son Sam 1 CONC uel Booth (married Mary Baker) and his daughters Juliana (m 1 CONC . John Corwin), Ruth (m. Abel Corwin), and Hannah (m. Corne 1 CONC lius Osborn)." 1 CONT 1 CONT +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1 CONT 1 CONT I opened your gedcom in my word processor program and looke 1 CONC d through some of your notes. Looks like we have copied da 1 CONC ta from a lot of the same websites on Osborns, Hedges, Mul 1 CONC fords, etc. I would like to import you gedcom into one o 1 CONC f my genealogy programs but I don't want it mixed in with w 1 CONC hat I already have. I am using Paf and Brother's Keeper 1 CONC . Can you give me any suggestions? Also, I have some Osbo 1 CONC rn info from a letter that was sent from the East Hampton L 1 CONC ibrary. It refers to a pillow case made of flax that belon 1 CONC gs to Hannah and Cornelius. Do you have this? 1 CONT Sincerely, 1 CONT Vivian Hedges Derrick 0 @I440@ INDI 1 NAME Paul /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Paul 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 _UID 73ADFB44A0054AAD9D17C60C5676BCE3ECAF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I441@ INDI 1 NAME Matthew /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Matthew 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5D32EC74798C4C6086D4E97555CF47C68962 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I442@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt Jul 1786 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Aug 1870 1 _UID F874964F3628423DABA329271C0CFC958523 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I443@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Timothy 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 10 Dec 1780 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B5D0774BEDBF4712B3A3F37CE361FAF6454E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I444@ INDI 1 NAME Sophia /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Sophia 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 1782 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Mar 1833 1 _UID E97A8BD265FC438BA8BDCC79F663188C9658 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I445@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 22 Feb 1784 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Dec 1867 1 _UID 39EFFA6A06AB48A9BDD0985522AE15921F20 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I446@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel Booth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Samuel Booth 2 SURN Hedges 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 24 Mar 1786 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1854 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 8067708400014F57B0025267333A18F46628 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 1 NOTE @NI446@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI446@ NOTE 1 CONC The East Hampton History indicated Samuel Booth Hedges remo 1 CONC ved to Washington Co., N.Y. That is where the Osborns and B 1 CONC artons also settled. 0 @I447@ INDI 1 NAME Clarinda /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Clarinda 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 15 Nov 1789 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 Nov 1810 2 PLAC Of Typhus 1 _UID 9D31FEF3F7384F17B6B2EB662F76A618705B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I448@ INDI 1 NAME John W. /Hedges/ 2 GIVN John W. 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Dec 1791 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Oct 1796 1 _UID 3C195E576B774CC5B0CE50688305416C68DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I449@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE May 1795 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Sep 1796 1 _UID F6F43825C654452B8009998FB5A7048B6DB2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F184@ 0 @I451@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Hedges 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 6 Jun 1703 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 May 1760 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 AFN 1618-JG9 1 _UID 21649CF7D6A04CB8A42CC90216862FD3CB86 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F52@ 1 FAMC @F183@ 1 NOTE @NI451@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI451@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History indicated Stephen's will mentions 40 a 1 CONC cres at Newburgh, N.Y.; Matthew is to have home and lands 1 CONC ; Nathaniel is to be maintained by brothers after Elias i 1 CONC s 21. (Note by Judge Hedges in 1890's says that deeds in po 1 CONC ssession of Edward Osborn showed that in 1760 a Stephen Hed 1 CONC ges lived in Morristown, N.J., and in 1799 a physician Joha 1 CONC than Hedges, lived in Newburgh, N.Y.) 0 @I452@ INDI 1 NAME Timothy /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Timothy 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 11 Mar 1733 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9390C8D5BEE749A7827A276971B3713EB449 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I453@ INDI 1 NAME /Hedges/ 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 24 Jul 1737 1 DEAT 2 DATE Nov 1808 1 _UID 869FD144F76D4EC6AA1048380969B01A2839 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I454@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 13 Apr 1740 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3C339E724D154EC58F24A630C9E41C054BFC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I455@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hedges/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 1 May 1743 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 May 1759 1 _UID 19723BA9C3EC4F5E99FA37144CCE2FE0D2DD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I456@ INDI 1 NAME Elias /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Elias 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 1 Jun 1746 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 73BD3CDF85BC4D3F9FE61B77BF398A7627CF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I457@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 11 Dec 1748 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 89E72E17C8C4438DB764692897D36F03998F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I458@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 5 Mar 1749 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B452042AE7CA4702A9BBF326A99F91BE42F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I459@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 26 Jul 1753 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 20955E8F162F41FBA8FC23A15232D69A7FCB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F52@ 0 @I460@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hedges/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 18 Jan 1702 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 Mar 1786 1 _UID A8921627557B4FBDB4FC082809B32E1F3C71 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F188@ 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I462@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Talmage/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Talmage 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1703 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Apr 1772 1 _UID 7EF12130B7FB4F959B8C7FF8D846DFD7C832 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F188@ 0 @I470@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Stratton 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Nov 1739 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 1DAEA946A4574969A9794253D4B2D4B42C4A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F183@ 1 NOTE @NI470@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI470@ NOTE 1 CONC The East Hampton History shows several generations of the d 1 CONC escendants of Richard Stratton and only two of John. The d 1 CONC escendants of Richard do not include a Ruth Stratton. Sinc 1 CONC e John Stratton had a daughter named Ruth, it would be mor 1 CONC e probably that this Ruth would be a descendant of John Str 1 CONC atton. 0 @I471@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 17 Dec 1699 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 Aug 1712 1 _UID 15951C03734C4B18BDA209F8A5EBA6AF30DC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I473@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 26 Aug 1705 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 _UID 5FC0D3B21EF146EAA6AA0354957E435E3EBB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I474@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 5 Oct 1707 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Oct 1708 1 _UID E93864C5D1864EDC9F4242991C4E51529444 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I475@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 17 Jun 1711 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 Aug 1711 1 _UID 89D18F9B4AFD43F5BC7E15E75B4CD92EE795 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I476@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 5 Oct 1712 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 Jun 1716 1 _UID CE799848BFC74AC682E34E7A0E7751430347 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I477@ INDI 1 NAME Lemuel /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Lemuel 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 29 Aug 1714 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A481F0FCE70F43F0B64A3EBBB82B74F88254 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I478@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID BBE7942C7F4C47CA92238613F5D8B6F9086E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F183@ 0 @I479@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1704 1 _UID 1A392517B37B488CAA8CB2E53D1FA2D430C3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I480@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID FF33AA0B7BDE4C31977F1479D1EAC2250278 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F190@ 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I481@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E5789E05488E49EDB3A47DFF8D98B4A55DEC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F191@ 1 FAMC @F152@ 0 @I482@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Hand/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Hand 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DB9AC88ADA254B19B3FD7AC211269012EF57 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F165@ 0 @I483@ INDI 1 NAME Jason Earl /Osterberg/ 2 GIVN Jason Earl 2 SURN Osterberg 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Nov 1968 2 PLAC Redondo Beach, Los Angeles, California 1 _UID 311875C3E90341949DC2555433C5C8656F78 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Jason abt 1998.jpg 2 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F169@ 1 NOTE @NI483@ 0 @NI483@ NOTE 1 CONC Certificate of Live Birth, Local Registration District 7097 1 CONC , Certificate 097053, recorded Nov 12, 1968, Los Angeles Co 1 CONC unty, CA. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jason is currently working as a shipping clerk, recently be 1 CONC ing placed in charge of the department. His dream is to be 1 CONC come a disk jockey and he was able to experience a small ta 1 CONC ste while attending junior college. Another passion is musi 1 CONC c and he spends time working with his favorite band, Unwrit 1 CONC ten Law, whenever possible. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jason lives in San Diego, California. 0 @I485@ INDI 1 NAME James /White/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN White 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of Southampton 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 000342FF2DD044B1A5B8D57D340245F959A1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F164@ 0 @I486@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Norris/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Norris 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9C3CAEF70F73406DA8126410C287888D38ED 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F190@ 0 @I487@ INDI 1 NAME /Bushnell/ 2 SURN Bushnell 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 13BCB45B94944D4DBE180EEF9099526C5A60 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F191@ 0 @I866@ INDI 1 NAME William /Stratton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1601-1604 2 PLAC Shrivenham, Berkshire, England 1 SOUR @S5@ 1 _UID 321AD7C29244488DA7964A47E6DB5D8905A8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F359@ 1 NOTE @NI866@ 0 @NI866@ NOTE 1 CONC Lived in London from 1606 to 1636. Removed to Tenterden, Co 1 CONC unty Kent, where he died in 1647. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Book of Strattons goes on to say that William Stratton 1 CONC , son of the above John, was apprenticed in London in 1599 1 CONC , then aged fourteen years. in the records of his company h 1 CONC e is described as "son of John Stratton of Shrivenham." 1 CONT 1 CONT At the end of his seven years' apprenticeship, at the age o 1 CONC f twenty-one, he became a free citizen of London, where h 1 CONC e resided for twenty-five years, in the parish of St. Leona 1 CONC rd, in Eastcheap, at that time in the heart of the old city 1 CONC . He married Elizabeth _____ about 1612, and the records o 1 CONC f the baptisms of their children are found in the parish re 1 CONC gister. Soon after the death of his wife, William Stratto 1 CONC n gave up his business in London and retired to Tenterden 1 CONC , in the county of Kent. He married, second, Margaret ____ 1 CONC _ (a widow with two daughters), who became the mother of hi 1 CONC s three younger children, born in Tenterden. He made his wi 1 CONC ll May 31, 1647, and died within the year. In his will he d 1 CONC escribes himself as "jurat," and is so described in the par 1 CONC ish register at Tenterden. 1 CONT 1 CONT His will is in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury; followi 1 CONC ng is a full abstract of it: 1 CONT 1 CONT "My executor to pay to my wife Margaret, 1,045 pounds, as a 1 CONC greed upon before our marriage; to my daughter, Elizabeth 1 CONC , 140 pounds, at her marriage, or when twenty years of age 1 CONC , and a trunk of linen appointed by her mother; to my son 1 CONC s John, Thomas and Nathaniel, each 120 pounds when 23; to J 1 CONC oseph, Benjamin and Samuel, my sons, each 100 pounds, whe 1 CONC n 23; to Bartholomew, my son, 90 pounds when 23; to my daug 1 CONC hter, Sarah Pickering, 10 pounds for her children; to my wi 1 CONC fe's daughters, Rose and Margaret, each 10 shillings. All t 1 CONC he rest of my estate to William, my son, and he to be my ex 1 CONC ecutor." 1 CONT 1 CONT Of the sons of William Stratton of Tenterden, who settled i 1 CONC n America, - Bartholomew and Caleb in Boston, and Richard a 1 CONC nd John on Long Island, - three, at least, have descendant 1 CONC s living there today. Richard, it will be noticed, is the o 1 CONC nly son not to be named in his father's will in 1647. He wa 1 CONC s twenty-three years of age in 1642, - the age at which th 1 CONC e other sons were to receive their portions of the father' 1 CONC s estate. He had probably been given his portion and emigra 1 CONC ted from Tenterden to America, settling on Long Island, whe 1 CONC re we find him in 1643; and where his brother John followe 1 CONC d a few years later. (See Early Strattons of Long Island an 1 CONC d Early Strattons of Boston.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Contact: BettyLou Boysen 1 CONT 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT The paternal ancestry of BettyLou Hand Boysen. Allied surna 1 CONC mes: Boyle, Bryan, Dry, Enoch(s), Hickman, Lunsford, Klemme 1 CONC r (Clemmer), Oliver, Pomeroy, Quirey, Stovall and MORE! 1 CONT 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. William STRATTON was born BEF 1550 in Shrivenham, Count 1 CONC y Norfolk, England, and died BEF 12 MAY 1604 in Shirvenham 1 CONC , County Norfolk, England. He was the son of 2. Thomas STRA 1 CONC TTON and 3. Joan Wife of Thomas STRATTON. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of William STRATTON are: i. Joan STRATTON. Sh 1 CONC e married James SAUNDERS. 1 CONT ii. Christain STRATTON. She married Wife of Christain S 1 CONC TRATTON COX. 1 CONT iii. John STRATTON. 1 CONT iv. William STRATTON was born ABT 1585 in London, Count 1 CONC y Middlesex, England. 1 CONT 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2 1 CONT 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. Thomas STRATTON died ABT APR 1587 in Shrivenham, Count 1 CONC y Norfolk, England. He was buried APR 1587 in Shrivenham, C 1 CONC ounty Norfolk, England. 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. Joan Wife of Thomas STRATTON died 1580 in Shrivenham, Co 1 CONC unty Norfolk, England. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Joan Wife of Thomas STRATTON and Thomas STRATT 1 CONC ON are:1. 1 CONT i. William STRATTON was born BEF 1550 in Shrivenham, C 1 CONC ounty Norfolk, England, and died BEF 12 MAY 1604 in Shirven 1 CONC ham, County Norfolk, England. 1 CONT ii. Thomas STRATTON was born in Shrivenham, County Norf 1 CONC olk, England. He married Anne LOCKE. She was born in Shrive 1 CONC nham, County Norfolk, England. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 0 @I867@ INDI 1 NAME Joan /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Joan 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8B9C4376B273480F932E4B4DD79C9DECB18F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F360@ 1 FAMC @F359@ 0 @I868@ INDI 1 NAME James /Saunders/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Saunders 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A7CA07B2C93B4CE983E0B2E7E34478514F50 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F360@ 0 @I869@ INDI 1 NAME Christian /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Christian 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 77AFC531EE8C4914AB02E5790E53C47093F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F361@ 1 FAMC @F359@ 0 @I870@ INDI 1 NAME /Cox/ 2 SURN Cox 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6C75421CE83D496185DD6C70DBAB0021F3DE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F361@ 0 @I871@ INDI 1 NAME Agnes /Stratton/ 2 GIVN Agnes 2 SURN Stratton 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4DE4B80789184066893514FEF93872FBA5B5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F359@ 1 NOTE @NI871@ 0 @NI871@ NOTE 1 CONC RCL note: Agnes had been penned in by hand on the copy of " 1 CONC Book of Strattons" I found at the LDS Family History Librar 1 CONC y in early August 1999. 0 @I895@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 NAME Wife Of Thomas I /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Wife Of Thomas I 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1554 2 PLAC England 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1607 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 REFN 4541 1 _UID 50CC47258F0D4BC7B587B853EAAB557CE3FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F138@ 0 @I896@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Anna 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 19 Sep 1563 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9300CB65CCAE4CA2818777461E1D31D53106 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F136@ 0 @I897@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1565 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 10 Apr 1623 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 _UID 86CA23B657004E8EA4567B4E395C2983602B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F369@ 1 FAMC @F136@ 1 NOTE @NI897@ 2 SOUR @S83@ 0 @NI897@ NOTE 1 CONC yeoman. 0 @I898@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Goatly/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Goatly 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 BURI 2 DATE 11 Jul 1602 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 _UID 2C4997E297BB4326A9ECC749F1F4A6C9A25C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F369@ 0 @I899@ INDI 1 NAME John /Osborne/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1568 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1603 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 _UID E15EE6A5932B4D6FB0C8F5FA63A5EBE987FF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F136@ 1 NOTE @NI899@ 2 SOUR @S83@ 0 @NI899@ NOTE 1 CONC tanner. 0 @I900@ INDI 1 NAME Constance // 2 GIVN Constance 2 SOUR @S83@ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 37F019B21EB94DD3AB9B412624E7B621785B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F149@ 0 @I901@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Bond/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Bond 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1648 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1709 2 PLAC Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey 1 _UID DD2233BD143443749958C5E5540DEC3006D5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F125@ 0 @I902@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Bond/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Bond 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1649 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B08A6A76C483472482C4E8D9E8C0070587C7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F125@ 0 @I903@ INDI 1 NAME Mary (Widow Roberts) /Calkins/ 2 GIVN Mary (Widow Roberts) 2 SURN Calkins 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1700 1 _UID 58D5C20ED68C42AEA0E9F0C10CD397DDDC83 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F153@ 0 @I907@ INDI 1 NAME Susan // 2 GIVN Susan 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1650 1 _UID 69C2C44246C24418AF9D244A37A424105E4B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F147@ 0 @I924@ INDI 1 NAME Sandra Elaine /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Sandra Elaine 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Aug 1986 2 PLAC Escondido, San Diego, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 EVEN 2 TYPE College Gradiatopm 2 NOTE On December 15th 2007 Sandie graduated from the Universit 3 CONC y of Colorado with Bachelor of Arts in English Literature w 3 CONC ith a minor in Creative Writing. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Sandra Leggitt's Grad Announcement - 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2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F2362@ 1 NOTE @NI924@ 0 @NI924@ NOTE 1 CONC Sandi is currently attending college in Denver, Colorado an 1 CONC d expects to graduate in the fall of 2007 with a BA in Engl 1 CONC ish. 1 CONT 1 CONT While attending college she worked for United Parcel Servic 1 CONC e. However, after graduation she plans on teaching Englis 1 CONC h in India at an international school there. 1 CONT 1 CONT In December 2007 Sandie graduated from the University of Co 1 CONC lorado with a BA in English in December. Shortly thereafte 1 CONC r she flew off to India where she will be teaching Englis 1 CONC h for a year and a half. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sandi is on MySpace.com as Paco Sr. 0 @I1140@ INDI 1 NAME Athena (Tina) // 2 GIVN Athena (Tina) 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Jul 1966 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 326D77E230BD47A8A6AA55D1A55DA9FEF370 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F474@ 0 @I1258@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1814 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1879 2 PLAC , , Nevada 2 CAUS Brights Disease (Kidney failure) 1 BURI 2 DATE 1879 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 EVEN from Rochester, NY to Tekonsha, Calhoun County, Michigan with brother Rufus. 2 TYPE Moved 2 DATE 1836 1 _UID 4C205156EB5E4E0C9A29481B879335D0FB27 1 CHAN 2 DATE 19 Jun 2009 3 TIME 08:49 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Cornelius Osborn.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F496@ 1 FAMS @F497@ 1 FAMS @F499@ 1 FAMS @F498@ 1 FAMC @F1267@ 1 NOTE @NI1258@ 2 SOUR @S106@ 2 SOUR @S107@ 0 @NI1258@ NOTE 1 CONC Little is know about Cornelius during his childhood and you 1 CONC th. Earl Osborne has an intuition that Cornelius was raise 1 CONC d in the Quaker faith. In 1998 I reviewed a microfilm abou 1 CONC t Lansingburgh and did see there was a Quaker cemetery ther 1 CONC e. There were both Bartons and Osborns buried there, bu 1 CONC t I didn't trace them directly to our known family. I do pl 1 CONC an to revisit this microfilm sometime in the future. 1 CONT 1 CONT His parents apparently left Lansingburgh and moved furthe 1 CONC r west to Monroe County, New York while he was still young 1 CONC . There is no record of Cornelius there, but his mother an 1 CONC d younger brother Rufus are mentioned in real estate record 1 CONC s. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to History and Directory of Calhoun County, ca 18 1 CONC 70, page 198, in the spring of 1836, Rufus and Cornelius Os 1 CONC born came to the place (Tekonsha), stopping for the time be 1 CONC ing in the village. The Osborn brothers came from Rocheste 1 CONC r, N.Y., with a horse team, and were fourteen days making t 1 CONC he trip; eleven from Rochester to Detroit, and three from D 1 CONC etroit to Marshall, where they arrived May 3, 1836. The fou 1 CONC rth, they came to Tekonsha, and looked out their lands, an 1 CONC d Cornelius then took a horse, and started for Bronson, vi 1 CONC a Marshall, to locate their places. The seventh, they bough 1 CONC t a plow, and started for their place. The eighth, they we 1 CONC nt to breaking up. February 8, 1837, Rufus Osborn, with hi 1 CONC s widowed mother and three sisters, moved to the place whic 1 CONC h he now owns, on section 29. Although he has been disable 1 CONC d from infancy, and has labored hard, having, by his own ex 1 CONC ertions, cleared over three hundred acres of timber, he sti 1 CONC ll possesses remarkable powers both of body and mind, has q 1 CONC uite a large family about him, and resides on the old place. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following are from various land records recorded in Cal 1 CONC houn County: 1 CONT 1 CONT On October 25, 1836, Cornelius Osborn of Calhoun County, Mi 1 CONC chigan purchased 1 CONT On January 26, 1837, Cornelius Osborn and his wife Debora 1 CONC h of Calhoun County, Michigan sold 1 CONT On March 2, 1837, Cornelius Osborn and his wife Debby of Te 1 CONC konsha, Calhoun County, Michigan sold to Martha Osborn 1 CONT On March 22, 1837, Cornelius Osborn and Deborah his wife o 1 CONC f Calhoun County, sold 1 CONT On April 17, 1837, Cornelius Osborn and Debby his wife of C 1 CONC alhoun County, sold 1 CONT On August 12, 1837, Cornelius Osborn of Marshall, Calhoun C 1 CONC ounty, purchased 1 CONT On August 18, 1837, Cornelius Osborn of Marshall, Calhoun C 1 CONC ounty, and Deborah his wife sold 1 CONT On June 20, 1838, Cornelius Osborn of Tekonsha, Calhoun Cou 1 CONC nty, and Deborah his wife sold 1 CONT On January 1, 1842, Cornelius and Matilda his wife of Tekon 1 CONC sha, Calhoun sold 1 CONT 1 CONT The Automated Archives New York 1850 census indicates ther 1 CONC e was a Cornelius Osborne on page #150 in the Monroe County 1 CONC , Greece Township. It also shows Stephen Osborne on page 5 1 CONC 6 in the Monroe County, Parma Township. 1 CONT 1 CONT He is listed in the 1850 Michigan census as a farmer with r 1 CONC eal estate value of $2,000. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Calhoun County, Michigan, 1877, L. H. Everts & C 1 CONC o., on page 148 under Tekonsha Township mentions that the f 1 CONC irst blacksmith-shop in the village was started by Corneliu 1 CONC s Osborn, who now lives in the State of California. He di 1 CONC d the first horse-shoeing in town, having only a nail-hamme 1 CONC r to work with. 1 CONT 1 CONT In June of 1997, after doing some genealogical research i 1 CONC n Marshall, we drove through Tekonsha. The city limits sig 1 CONC n said "Tekonsha, the little town with the big heart." 1 CONT 1 CONT According to Osborn lore, Cornelius walked from Michigan t 1 CONC o Mason Valley, Nevada in 1864. However, according to an ob 1 CONC ituary of his son Charles, Cornelius and his family moved t 1 CONC o Illinois about 1858 for about two years. Then, in 1860, C 1 CONC ornelius, Nelson, Mary, Charles and a number of relatives c 1 CONC rossed the plains to California by ox team. Some lore say 1 CONC s they lived in Modesto, others say near there in Angels Ca 1 CONC mp near Sonora. When Charles was 20 (about 1867) the famil 1 CONC y moved to Silver City, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Nevada Directory for 1868-1869 lists Cornelius Osborn 1 CONC e as a blacksmith in Silver City, Nevada. (Coincidentally 1 CONC , this directory also includes the following: 1 CONT C. H. Osborne Divide st., Gold Hill, Nevada miner 1 CONT Henry Osborne Main st., Gold Hill, Nevada mill wright ) 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles thought the family lived in Silver City until 1872 1 CONC ; however, Cornelius is listed in 1870 Nevada census a 1 CONC s a black smith in Lyon county. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the 1875 Nevada state census C. Osborne is listed as ag 1 CONC e 61, born NY, farmer, residing in Esmeralda County. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following are notes provided by Emma Batchelder in th 1 CONC e 1960s: 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius Osborn was born about 1815. He married and fathe 1 CONC red three children of whom Frank was one. I don't know wh 1 CONC o his wife was or whether she died but Cornelius later marr 1 CONC ied Matilda who bore him three children, Nelson, Mary, an 1 CONC d Charles. When Charles was 13 years old Cornelius left hi 1 CONC s wife in Michigan and crossed the plains with Nelson and C 1 CONC harles, I don't know about Mary. They came to California f 1 CONC or a while (the Angeles Camp area I suppose) and later cam 1 CONC e to Virginia City, Nevada. He had a cook by the name of A 1 CONC nn (Anna) whom he married. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ann was so mean that Nelson dared not go into the dining ro 1 CONC om unless other men were present. Cornelius finally divorc 1 CONC ed her. 1 CONT 1 CONT He then met a lady whom he married within a short time. Af 1 CONC ter they were married he asked her her name and she said "M 1 CONC atilda Ann(e)" - he always called her "wife". 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius sold his business in Virginia City and went to Ma 1 CONC son Valley. He homesteaded all the land he could by law an 1 CONC d then had his children homestead more. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mary came west and became the wife of A. L. Greely. They h 1 CONC omesteaded what is now known as the Dave Borsini ranch. 1 CONT 1 CONT Previous to this Mary had married a man in Michigan by th 1 CONC e name of Wartout. They became parents of a daughter born i 1 CONC n Michigan; however, she died there in her early years. He 1 CONC r name was May. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius homesteaded the ranch where Dr. Jenkins lives (fo 1 CONC ur miles south of Yerington on the highway). He died in th 1 CONC e house Dr. Jenkins had torn down (1960s). 1 CONT 1 CONT Other holdings were the present De Andre, Shehady, Freitas 1 CONC , Ralph Pursel, and Emma Batchelder ranches. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius homesteaded the ranch owned by Emily B. Osborne i 1 CONC n the name of her father, Sidney Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles Barton Osborn homesteaded the ranch where I (Emma 1 CONC ) was born and later deeded it to my brother, George Barto 1 CONC n Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Nelson Osborn homesteaded the present Strosnider and France 1 CONC sconi ranches. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius raised sheep. 1 CONT 1 CONT Following the death of Cornelius his widow Mrs. Matilda Roa 1 CONC ch Osborn, sold the holdings with the largest track being b 1 CONC ought by Albert J. Barrett. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is from Jessie Conklin Montegue, Monticristo 1 CONC , Santa Barbara, California. 1 CONT 1 CONT Matilda Roach Osborn, widow of Cornelius Osborn was the aun 1 CONC t to Carrie Conklin who married Fred Charles Batchelder, br 1 CONC other to George Edmund Batchelder. 1 CONT Fred and Carrie made their home in Petaluma, California mos 1 CONC t of their married life. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Mary Bowland Shaw of Reno, Nevada, the former Mary Shi 1 CONC rley, was a close friend of Carrie's mother, Mrs. L. Conkli 1 CONC n and also of Matilda Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Pease, a resident of San Francisco, California was a cousi 1 CONC n to Cornelius Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Nelson Osborn was the father of a daughter who died - and o 1 CONC f Myra Osborn and Harry Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Last address of Myra Osborn who married Leo Smith was 315 S 1 CONC outh Pine Street, Lansing, Michigan. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sidney Barton and Cornelius Osborn were second cousins. 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles Osborn and Emily Barton were 3rd cousins. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tidbits mentions that Cornelius Osborn was a wheel wright o 1 CONC r blacksmith at Virginia City, Nevada during the gold rus 1 CONC h mining days in that town. He took up land in his and hi 1 CONC s children's names in Mason Valley. The land included fro 1 CONC m Keema Lane to the Old Plummer place, excluding the Joe Ma 1 CONC thews farm. It included the Batchelder, Old Mr. Barrett, D 1 CONC eAndre, Wise or Glock farms. 1 CONT 1 CONT Nelson at one time lived on the Old Plummer place between M 1 CONC ianchi and Isaac Strosnyder farms. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius also took up land for Sidney Barton (Emily Osborn 1 CONC 's father). Sidney came west to this land. We know this la 1 CONC nd as "Grandma's" Emily Osborne. It includes the place whe 1 CONC re she lived and the Lancaster farms. 1 CONT 1 CONT Michigan Pioneer Collections, Vol III, 1879-80, Calhoun Cou 1 CONC nty Indians, page 369 has the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Statement of Cornelius Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius Osborn, of Mason Valley, Nevada, says that abou 1 CONC t thirty years ago he knew an Indian chief called "Leather- 1 CONC nose"; he, with a small band of Indians, ran to Canada whe 1 CONC n the Indians of this section were removed west. Mr. Osbor 1 CONC n gives it as his recollection that Leather-nose and an Ind 1 CONC ian trader of Coldwater whose name was Marsh got the paymen 1 CONC t due the Indians from the government, and it is said the 1 CONC y never paid it over; and when the Indians were removed, Ma 1 CONC rsh, who had the contract for the removal, let Leather-nos 1 CONC e and his followers go to Canada for presents before goin 1 CONC g west, and they failed to return in time to go; and for ma 1 CONC ny years Leather-nose, with his little band of forty, was s 1 CONC een at several places in our country in search of Fech an 1 CONC d Barnes. Leather-nose was a terror to all the children o 1 CONC f the country; he is said to have killed his son's squaw 1 CONC , a beautiful person, for stealing away his keg of whiske 1 CONC y when he with some of his comrades were having a drunken r 1 CONC ow, and that she took the keg of whiskey to Osborn's and th 1 CONC en went back to the tent near Mr. Holt's house on the ban 1 CONC k of Nottawa lake, Calhoun county, Mich., and in the nigh 1 CONC t old Leather-nose came up, and finding the daughter asleep 1 CONC , cut her head off with a single blow, and her remains wer 1 CONC e buried near the old home of Mr. Holt near Nottawa lake, i 1 CONC n Tekonsha township, Calhoun county. Tekonsha was an old I 1 CONC ndian town of two or three hundred Indians. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1880 Mortality Schedule for NV indicates Cornelius Osbo 1 CONC rn died in Jun 1879 at age 64 in Esmeralda County of Bright 1 CONC s disease. He had been a farmer. 1 CONT 1 CONT On Memorial Day in 1995 we visited Cornelius's grave in th 1 CONC e Yerington Cemetery in Mason Valley, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT For future investigation, the following came from online Ca 1 CONC lhoun County, Michigan land records: 1 CONT 1 CONT PATENT_L_N PATENT_F_N PATENT_M_I SECTION_NR TOWNSHI 1 CONC P RANGE MERIDAN_CD TOTAL_ACRE L_O_CODE DOCUMENT_NSIGN_ 1 CONC DATE 1 CONT OSBORN CORNELIUS 3 1 CONC 2 4 S 5 W 19 80.0000 08 1882 1 CONC 5 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN CORNELIU 1 CONC S 3 4 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 70.6700 08 18853 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN CORNELIUS 1 1 CONC 7 4 S 6 W 19 40.0000 08 1885 1 CONC 4 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN CORNELIU 1 CONC S 4 4 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 0.0000 08 18855 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN CORNELIU 1 CONC S 4 4 S 6 W 19 1 1 CONC 60.0000 08 18855 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN CORNELIU 1 CONC S 5 4 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 62.7200 08 18986 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN MARTHA 3 1 CONC 4 4 S 6 W 19 0.0000 08 1588 1 CONC 3 1849/04/10 1 CONT OSBORN MARTHA 3 1 CONC 5 4 S 6 W 19 0.0000 08 1588 1 CONC 3 1849/04/10 1 CONT OSBORN MARTHA 3 1 CONC 5 4 S 6 W 19 240.0000 08 1588 1 CONC 3 1849/04/10 1 CONT OSBORN NATHAN 3 1 CONC 4 4 S 6 W 19 0.0000 08 1588 1 CONC 3 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NATHAN 3 1 CONC 5 4 S 6 W 19 0.0000 08 1588 1 CONC 3 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NATHAN 3 1 CONC 5 4 S 6 W 19 240.0000 08 1588 1 CONC 3 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 8 1 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 400.0000 01 14314 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOAH H 1 1 CONC 7 1 S 6 W 19 0.0000 01 1431 1 CONC 5 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 9 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 0.0000 01 14314 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOAH H 1 1 CONC 0 3 S 7 W 19 0.0000 01 1431 1 CONC 4 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOAH H 1 1 CONC 9 3 S 6 W 19 0.0000 01 1431 1 CONC 5 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 3 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 0.0000 01 14315 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 3 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 0.0000 01 14315 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 4 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 0.0000 01 14315 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 4 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 480.0000 01 14315 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOAH 2 1 CONC 4 3 S 7 W 19 80.0000 01 1431 1 CONC 6 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NOA 1 CONC H H 2 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 40.0000 08 25057 1849/02/01 1 CONT OSBORN NORMA 1 CONC N L 9 4 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 0.0000 08 15194 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NORMA 1 CONC N L 9 4 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 120.0000 08 15194 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN NORMA 1 CONC N L 3 4 S 6 W 1 1 CONC 9 80.0000 08 15765 1839/05/01 1 CONT OSBORN ROX 1 CONC Y S 4 3 S 7 W 1 1 CONC 9 40.0000 08 25120 1849/02/01 0 @I1302@ INDI 1 NAME Jordan Nicole /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Jordan Nicole 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 May 1998 2 PLAC Manchester, Hartford, Connecticut 1 _UID 231A7C11310743B5AF331402959D16518BF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F2271@ 0 @I1368@ INDI 1 NAME Matilda /Aldridge/ 2 GIVN Matilda 2 SURN Aldridge 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1823 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3C4C90C5966F44E8A50E45B5D06DAE882ECE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F497@ 1 FAMC @F4330@ 1 NOTE @NI1368@ 2 SOUR @S16@ 0 @NI1368@ NOTE 1 CONC Apparently Cornelius had two separate wives named Matilda 1 CONC . The Matilda to whom he was married in Michigan was bor 1 CONC n in New York about 1823 according to the 1850 Calhoun Coun 1 CONC ty, Michigan federal census. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Florence Ellis material provides the surname for Matild 1 CONC a, Aldridge. This was also confirmed in July 2001 while a 1 CONC t the Calhoun County Court House in Marshal, MI. The deat 1 CONC h record for her son Nelson David Osborn indicates his moth 1 CONC er was Matilda Eldridge. (The History of Calhoun County on 1 CONC ly mentions a Mary Eldridge as a member of the Regular Bapt 1 CONC ist Church of Tekonsha which was organized July 19, 1838 1 CONC . A George Eldridge is mentioned in Battle Creek.) 1 CONT 1 CONT While in Calhoun County I attempted to find Matilda's paren 1 CONC ts and ancestry. From the above it is already confusing whe 1 CONC ther her surname was Aldridge or Eldridge. After researchin 1 CONC g in Marshall, Tekonsha, and Battle Creek libraries and th 1 CONC e county court house, there was no absolute proof of her an 1 CONC cestry. 1 CONT 1 CONT I had found that Cornelius' wife Debbora had died on Apri 1 CONC l 5, 1840 and that Cornelius and wife Matilda had recorde 1 CONC d a property transaction on January 1, 1842. Therefore, Mat 1 CONC ilda must have married sometimes between those dates. Matil 1 CONC da would have been about eightteen years old then. 1 CONT 1 CONT While reviewing the 1840 federal census for Calhoun County 1 CONC , Tekonsha Township, I found Cornelius Osborn on page 174 a 1 CONC nd his mother Martha Osborn on page 176. Nestled between th 1 CONC em on page 175 was a Nelson Aldrich. Since Cornelius and Ma 1 CONC tilda named their first child Nelson Charles Osborn on Febr 1 CONC uary 5, 1842, Nelson Aldrich caught my attention. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1840 census showed that Nelson Aldrich was born in NY a 1 CONC nd had a boy and three girls under five, two boys between 1 1 CONC 0 and 15, a boy and a girl between 15 and 20, and a girl be 1 CONC tween 20 and 30. Nelson was between 40 and 50. No apparen 1 CONC t wife was listed. The 15 to 20 year old girl could very po 1 CONC ssibly be Matilda. For now, I will assume this is true an 1 CONC d list Nelson Aldrich as Matilda's father. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Florence Ellis material indicates that Charles B. Osbor 1 CONC n moved with his parents to Illinois about 1858 and reside 1 CONC d there fore two years. The text then indicates Cornelius 1 CONC , Charles, Nelson, Mary, and a number of relatives crosse 1 CONC d the plains to California. There is no further mention o 1 CONC f Matilda. However, after the family settled in Nevada, Ear 1 CONC l Osborne says Cornelius married another Matilda. 0 @I1463@ INDI 1 NAME William H. /Dickey/ 2 GIVN William H. 2 SURN Dickey 1 SEX M 1 _UID 2C27C9E9CF3047608324833B2FCE7D2EB861 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 Mar 2007 3 TIME 21:11 1 FAMS @F5192@ 0 @I1580@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1786 2 PLAC , Dutchess, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F0657D64B0F44268980B467F1AC06E3E72BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F600@ 0 @I1581@ INDI 1 NAME Maryetta // 2 GIVN Maryetta 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1831 2 PLAC , Niagara, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5AB568814BE94D7E81121936CA8C849B4E08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F159@ 0 @I1582@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah A. // 2 GIVN Sarah A. 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1830 2 PLAC , Schenectady, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3C1620B6B75242D39198FF703ED1578FD3A3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F160@ 0 @I1583@ INDI 1 NAME Karin Diane /Aastrom/ 2 GIVN Karin Diane 2 SURN Aastrom 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Dec 1961 2 PLAC Billings, , Montana 1 _UID DEFEEE38047340728EA047D97C2608CCEF36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Karin 2000.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Karin Osterberg 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Karin Osterberg 1996.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F176@ 1 NOTE @NI1583@ 0 @NI1583@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Aastrom family records compiled by Donna Allen i 1 CONC n July, 1990. 0 @I1584@ INDI 1 NAME Mary E. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary E. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1835 2 PLAC , Saratoga, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D7C26A46EB254F94937175F22E003A7786D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F600@ 0 @I1593@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremy Darrell /Osterberg/ 2 GIVN Jeremy Darrell 2 SURN Osterberg 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Mar 1979 2 PLAC Yuma, , Arizona 1 _UID 8E64D4B357404F089F1D843F730FFCEF5393 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Jeremy Osterberg 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I1681@ INDI 1 NAME Sidney Phelps /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Sidney Phelps 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Sep 1877 2 PLAC Burlington, Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 Oct 1948 2 PLAC Fallon, Churchill, Nevada 2 CAUS Blockage in his intestinal track. 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 2035-CX 1 _UID 043244D29A3A407BB71FF61F61FD01B7DC3D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Mar 2009 3 TIME 12:55 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Phelps Osborne.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone Sidney P Osborne.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Sidney Osborne Services Held.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Sidney Phelps Osborne 2.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Sidney Osborne WWI Draft Registration.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Sidney Phelps Osborne.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Sidney Phelps Osborne Certificate of Death 1948.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F662@ 1 FAMC @F4233@ 1 NOTE @NI1681@ 0 @NI1681@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1920 Federal Census for Lyon County, Spragg Precinct, W 1 CONC est Mason Valley, Mason Town, enumerated on 31 Jan - 2 Fe 1 CONC b 1920, lists Phelps Osborne with his wife Grace and childr 1 CONC en Ellen, Roy, and Earl. Phelps' occupation is farmer. (Int 1 CONC erestingly, his mother listed as Emma Osborne is enumerate 1 CONC d in the previous entry with her son-in-law Frank V. and da 1 CONC ugher Alice Perry with their children George, Francis, an 1 CONC d Grace - all three children were born in California.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Source of children's birth and marriage: Family records ma 1 CONC intained by Earl Richard Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to Tommi Osborne his nickname was Pops. (Grace' 1 CONC s was Momda.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Sidney Phelps Osborne, known as Phelps or S.P. Osborne, wa 1 CONC s born in Michigan 9 September 1877 to Charles and Emily Os 1 CONC born. Emily returned to Michigan to give birth to Phelps a 1 CONC s she preferred to have her firstborn child in a more civil 1 CONC ized environment than existed in Nevada at that time. (RC 1 CONC L note: for years I have tried to find the reason he was na 1 CONC med Phelps. The only rationale I can find is that Phelps wa 1 CONC s a prominent family name in the Tekonsha area where his gr 1 CONC andfather Cornelius lived in the mid 1800s. In fact, the 18 1 CONC 50 census shows Cornelius lived very near a Phelps family 1 CONC . Sidney, of course, comes from his gradfather William Sidn 1 CONC ey Barton.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Ranching was Phelp's primary occupation, but he did enjoy p 1 CONC rospecting for gold. However, he never did strike it ric 1 CONC h in that field. 1 CONT 1 CONT Phelps and Grace Watson were married on 28 March 1912 and E 1 CONC llen, Roy and Earl were born of this union. 1 CONT 1 CONT Phelps was a Methodist and enjoyed attending church. He al 1 CONC so enjoyed the social activities of the Mason Valley Improv 1 CONC ement Club, a group of relatives and friends and neighbor 1 CONC s who got together on Saturday nights to entertain and enjo 1 CONC y each others company. Phelps joined in many a skit or pla 1 CONC y, and also loved the dancing. The Mason Valley Improvemen 1 CONC t Club was unique in its time. No liquor was to be consume 1 CONC d in the building, a rule that was strictly enforced. 1 CONT 1 CONT After Grace and Phelps were divorced, Phelps continued to r 1 CONC anch until WWII. During that time he worked at the Hawthorn 1 CONC e Munitions Ordinance Station. He retired after the war bu 1 CONC t continued prospecting as a hobby. 1 CONT 1 CONT Phelps died on 31 October 1948, leaving a legacy of love fo 1 CONC r the land and particularly for Mason Valley. He died o 1 CONC f a blockage in his intestinal track. 1 CONT 1 CONT Vernon Pursel provided a newspaper obituary dated Novembe 1 CONC r 4, 1948. 1 CONT 1 CONT Valley Pioneer Dies Saturday 1 CONT 1 CONT Yerington. Phelps Osborne, a pioneer resident of Mason Vall 1 CONC ey, died Saturday morning in the Fallon hospital where he u 1 CONC nderwent an operation the preceding day. He had been seriou 1 CONC sly ill only a few days. 1 CONT 1 CONT Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the Pio 1 CONC neer Merthodist church, with Rev. Marvin Quattlebaum offici 1 CONC ating. Phelps joined this church on October 5, 1894, and ha 1 CONC d been an active worker. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was born in Michigan on Sept. 9, 1877, the son of Charle 1 CONC s and Emily Osborne and came to this valley with his parent 1 CONC s when an infant. He had made his home here since, with th 1 CONC e exception of the past two winters which he had spent in C 1 CONC alifornia. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1912 he was married to Grace Watson, and three childre 1 CONC n survive: Roy of Mason Valley, Earl of Sacramento, and Mrs 1 CONC . Ellen Scierene of Bridgeport. He is also survived by fou 1 CONC r grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Loren J. Pye of Reno, an 1 CONC d Mrs Emma Batchelder of Yerington, four nephews and six ni 1 CONC eces. The husbands of the six nieces acted as pallbearers. 1 CONT 1 CONT The funeral was at the Freitas Funeral Parlors and intermen 1 CONC t was in the local cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Yerington. Phelps Osborne, a pioneer resident of Mason Val 1 CONC ley, died Saturday morning in the Fallon hospital where h 1 CONC e underwent an operation the preceding day. He had been ser 1 CONC iously ill only a few days. 1 CONT 1 CONT Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the Pio 1 CONC neer Merthodist church, with Rev. Marvin Quattlebaum offici 1 CONC ating. Phelps joined this church on October 5, 1894, and ha 1 CONC d been an active worker. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was born in Michigan on Sept. 9, 1877, the son of Charle 1 CONC s and Emily Osborne and came to this valley with his parent 1 CONC s when an infant. He had made his home here since, with th 1 CONC e exception of the past two winters which he had spent in C 1 CONC alifornia. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1912 he was married to Grace Watson, and three childre 1 CONC n survive: Roy of Mason Valley, Earl of Sacramento, and Mrs 1 CONC . Ellen Scierene of Bridgeport. He is also survived by fou 1 CONC r grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Loren J. Pye of Reno, an 1 CONC d Mrs Emma Batchelder of Yerington, four nephews and six ni 1 CONC eces. The husbands of the six nieces acted as pallbearers. 1 CONT 1 CONT The funeral was at the Freitas Funeral Parlors and intermen 1 CONC t was in the local cemetery. 0 @I1776@ INDI 1 NAME Grace /Watson/ 2 GIVN Grace 2 SURN Watson 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Jul 1894 2 PLAC Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Jun 1970 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID BD22FB26A8B646EB8A201339FD69FD2A1239 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 May 2008 3 TIME 07:46 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Grace Watson Osborne Dini.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Earl, Grace, and Roy Osborne.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Grace & Mary Watson.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Grace and Mert.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Grace Watson 1901.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Grandma Dini playing the piano.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Grace Dini.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F662@ 1 NOTE @NI1776@ 0 @NI1776@ NOTE 1 CONC THIS IS THE EULOGY OF GRACE (MOMDA) WATSON OSBORNE DINI A 1 CONC S PREPARED BY TOMMI OSBORNE 1 CONT 1 CONT MOMDA 1 CONT 1 CONT Grace Watson was born July 28, 1894, one of fourteen childr 1 CONC en born to David B. Watson and Mary Ellen Watson (nee Jorda 1 CONC n) at Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Grace's father, David B. Wa 1 CONC tson, was a Scottish dance master from Aberdeen, Scotland a 1 CONC nd a brewer by trade. 1 CONT 1 CONT After the death of her husband in 1903, Mary Ellen remarrie 1 CONC d in 1906 and moved to the boom town of Rhyolite, Nevada 1 CONC . Grace, Freda and Edwin, the three youngest children acco 1 CONC mpanied them. Grace, as a young girl worked as an operato 1 CONC r for the telephone company at Rhyolite. 1 CONT 1 CONT When the Rhyolite boom was over the family moved to Tonapah 1 CONC , then to Mason Valley, Nevada and lived on what was know 1 CONC n as the Morris Ranch at the southern end of the valley. 1 CONT 1 CONT In Mason Valley Grace met and married a prosperous valley r 1 CONC ancher Sidney Phelps Osborne. Children from this union wer 1 CONC e Ellen L. Osborne (Scierine, Large), Roy E. Osborne, and E 1 CONC arl R. Osborne. In later years, after a remarriage and div 1 CONC orce, Grace married Edward Dini, a local farmer. She care 1 CONC d for him through many years of multiple sclerosis. Grace d 1 CONC ied June 7, 1970. 1 CONT 1 CONT These are the facts and figures of Grace's life; but they c 1 CONC annot reveal the life of Grace. She was truly the "blith 1 CONC e spirit" of the poem. He happiest moments were playing th 1 CONC e piano. With no formal musical training Grace really brou 1 CONC ght life to any music she played. In her last years, and i 1 CONC ll herself, she spent hours playing for those "poor old sou 1 CONC ls" (her words) at the convalescent home in Carson city. M 1 CONC omda (as all of her children called her) never acknowledge 1 CONC d that her stay in the home was necessary, or permanent. W 1 CONC ith that attitude of course, she soon could come home to Ye 1 CONC rington. She continued to visit and play for the people i 1 CONC n the convalescent home as long as she could. 1 CONT 1 CONT Momda was a singularly uncomplicated person. Direct, and l 1 CONC oving, she didn't need to look for the best in people .. th 1 CONC at was all she truly saw. 1 CONT 1 CONT To see and hear Momda laugh was a joy in itself. As her gr 1 CONC in grew wider her eyes disappeared and her laugh was so inf 1 CONC ectious that you found yourself joining her in laughter, ev 1 CONC en if you didn't know the joke. 1 CONT 1 CONT Momda loved people and parties, but she was also a dedicate 1 CONC d homemaker, caring for and serving those she loved all he 1 CONC r days. Even in the worst times there was joy in living ar 1 CONC ound Grace. 1 CONT 1 CONT She loved and worked for the church in Yerington even thoug 1 CONC h her attendance was irregular in her later years. 1 CONT 1 CONT Momda died July 1970, but her loving joyous spirit lives o 1 CONC n in her children. 1 CONT 1 CONT ----- 1 CONT 1 CONT Family lore has it that there is Indian background in the c 1 CONC urrent Osborne generations. There are several photograph 1 CONC s of Grace in which there is a striking resemblance of Grac 1 CONC e's facial structure to that of an Aleut or Eskimo (in th 1 CONC e eye of the author, RCL). In a family photograph taken i 1 CONC n about 1901, Grace is the only one with this appearance, b 1 CONC ut there is no question of the resemblance. Grace's son Ro 1 CONC y shares this striking resemblance, especially in his earli 1 CONC er photographs. Even at the age of 76 there is no questio 1 CONC n as to the genetic influence. To a certain extent, her da 1 CONC ughter Ellen also had this appearance. Her other son, Earl 1 CONC , has a slight American Indian appearance. 1 CONT 1 CONT Surprisingly, photographs published in The Jordan/Stanchfie 1 CONC ld Family History, written by Linda Von Rueden Troolin an 1 CONC d Jan Jordan Lokensgard in 1994, show both of Grace's paren 1 CONC ts have Indian facial appearances. This is especially amaz 1 CONC ing because David Bain Watson was born in Scotland 1 CONT 1 CONT The Jordan/Stanchfield Family History written by Linda Vo 1 CONC n Rueden Troolin & Jan Jordan Lokensgard, 1994, Chapter II 1 CONC I has: 1 CONT 1 CONT 12. GRACE (MOMDA) WATSON was born in Guelph, July 28, 189 1 CONC 4. The information on Grace was written by her son Earl Os 1 CONC borne, and will be paraphrased or quoted in the following s 1 CONC entences. After her father's death her mother remarried a m 1 CONC an named Jack Holly. She was one of three children who mig 1 CONC rated from Canada, with her mother Mary Ellen and new step- 1 CONC father, to Rhyolite, Nevada, September 1, 1907. Shortly af 1 CONC ter they arrived there Jack Holly died. While in Rhyolite 1 CONC , Grace worked very hard to help her mother support the fam 1 CONC ily. She stayed out of school the first year she was ther 1 CONC e to assisted her mother with her laundry business, by iron 1 CONC ing. Grace helped to care for her two younger siblings Fred 1 CONC a and Edwin. She also worked at the Miner's hospital her mo 1 CONC ther ran and was one o the first telephone operators in Rhy 1 CONC olite. 1 CONT 1 CONT When her mother married a third time the family moved t 1 CONC o Mason Valley and soon after Grace joined them. In Maso 1 CONC n Valley Grace met and married a prosperous valley rancher 1 CONC , Sidney Phelps Osborne, March 28, 1912. He was born in B 1 CONC urlington, Michigan September 9, 1877 to Charles and Emil 1 CONC y Osborne. Phelps' mother returned to Michigan to give birt 1 CONC h to Phelps as she preferred to have he firstborn child bor 1 CONC n in a more civilized environment than existed in Nevada a 1 CONC t that time. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ranching was Phelps' primary occupation, but he enjoye 1 CONC d prospecting for gold but never did strike it rich. Phelp 1 CONC s was a Methodist and enjoyed attending church. He was inv 1 CONC olved in the social activities of the Mason Valley Improve 1 CONC ment Club, a group of relatives, friends, and neighbors, w 1 CONC ho got together on Saturday nights to entertain and enjoy e 1 CONC ach others company. Phelps joined in many a skit or play an 1 CONC d also loved the dancing. 1 CONT 1 CONT Grace and Phelps divorced, and Phelps continued to ranc 1 CONC h until WW II. 1 CONT During that time he worked at the Hawthorne Munitions Ordi 1 CONC nance Station. He retired after the war but continued pros 1 CONC pecting as a hobby. He died on Halloween of 1948, at Hobar 1 CONC t Wray Hospital, Fallon, Nevada. He is interred at the Vall 1 CONC ey View Cemetery in Mason Valley, Nevada. He left a legac 1 CONC y of love for the land and particularly for Mason Valley. 1 CONT 1 CONT Grace married Edward Dini, a local farmer. She cared fo 1 CONC r him through many years of multiple sclerosis. 1 CONT 1 CONT Those are the facts and figures of Grace's life, but the 1 CONC y cannot reveal the life of Grace. She was truly the "blith 1 CONC e spirit" of the poem. Her happiest moments were spent pla 1 CONC ying the piano. With no formal musical training, Grace real 1 CONC ly brought life to any music she played. In her last years 1 CONC , ill herself, she spent hours playing for "those poor ol 1 CONC d souls" (her words) at the convalescent home in Carson Ci 1 CONC ty. Momda as her children called her, never acknowledged th 1 CONC at her stay in the home was necessary, or permanent. With t 1 CONC hat attitude, of course, she soon came home to Yerington. S 1 CONC he continued to visit an play for the people in the convale 1 CONC scent home as long as she could. 1 CONT 1 CONT (After Grace;s death her son Earl took possession of her pi 1 CONC ano. In the 1990s Earl sold his house and moved into smalle 1 CONC r abode. His son Danny then took possession of the piano. W 1 CONC hen Danny sold his house in 2006, Danny passed the piano o 1 CONC n to his nephew Jess Osterberg. There is a picture of Grac 1 CONC e playing the piano in the mid-fifties with granddaughter 1 CONC s Darlene and Kathleen looking on. The picture is in the pi 1 CONC cture section of Grace;s record.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Momda was a singularly uncomplicated person. Direct an 1 CONC d loving, she didn't need to look for the best in people, t 1 CONC hat was all she truly saw. To see and hear Momda laugh wa 1 CONC s a joy in itself. As her grin grew wider, her eyes disapp 1 CONC eared and her laugh was so infectious that you found yourse 1 CONC lf joining her laughter even though you didn't know the jo 1 CONC ke. 1 CONT 1 CONT Momda loved people and parties, but she was also a dedi 1 CONC cated homemaker, caring for and serving those she loved al 1 CONC l of her days. Even in the worst of times, there was joy i 1 CONC n living around Grace. 1 CONT 1 CONT She loved and worked for the church in Yerington even th 1 CONC ough her attendance was irregular in her later years. 1 CONT 1 CONT Momda died June 7, 1970 but her joyous spirit lives on i 1 CONC n her children. 0 @I1798@ INDI 1 NAME Carolyn Rose /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Carolyn Rose 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Sep 1988 2 PLAC San Diego, San Diego, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 2023CFB20BE3419E8C017BEB2209BF70DE37 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 Feb 2009 3 TIME 08:07 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Carolyn 2000.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Carolyn Rose Leggitt - 2002.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Carolyn Leggitt 2003.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Carolyn Leggitt - July 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Carolyn Leggitt Jones - 2007-09.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Carolyn & Levi Jones - Xmas 2008.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F5226@ 1 FAMC @F2362@ 1 NOTE @NI1798@ 0 @NI1798@ NOTE 1 CONC Carolyn graduated from high school in Colorado Springs in 2 1 CONC 007. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the summer of 2007, Carolyn's mother Michelle said Carol 1 CONC yn is getting married on September 23rd to a nice young ma 1 CONC n named Levi. He has a good job as a service department per 1 CONC son and is already part of the family. She is starting clas 1 CONC ses at the community college this fall and working as a wai 1 CONC tress at an Italian restaurant. 1 CONT 1 CONT Carolyn is on MySpace.com as Paco Jr. 0 @I1909@ INDI 1 NAME Darlene Grace /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Darlene Grace 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jan 1941 2 PLAC Fresno, Fresno, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 8F4A3717D1514F3CA5B1F3CD66182D6B0043 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 Sep 2009 3 TIME 05:06 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Roy and Darlene Leggitt 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Darlene 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Dalene Leggitt Oct 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Dalene Leggitt Oct 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene Leggitt July 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene Leggitt - Sep 2009.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene Leggitt - Aug 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene Leggitt - 2009-08.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene Leggitt - Mar 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Darlene Leggitt 18 Sep 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F169@ 1 FAMS @F2@ 1 FAMC @F3@ 1 NOTE @NI1909@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI1909@ NOTE 1 CONC Certificate of Live Birth, State of California, District No 1 CONC . 1001, Registrar's No. 220. Recorded 2-3-1941. 1 CONT 1 CONT Most of Darlene's early childhood was spent in the Sacramen 1 CONC to, California area. Her fondest and happiest memories ar 1 CONC e of her family's home on Fulton Avenue. Her dad, with th 1 CONC e help of her mom, built their home out of adobe bricks 1 CONC . The front of the house had two large blue windows. Ther 1 CONC e were lot's of trees, a creek full of Mallard ducks and f 1 CONC rogs, farm animals, and of course Cinder, their coal blac 1 CONC k springer Spaniel. Cinder entertained guests by putting o 1 CONC ut a cigaret by stomping them with his front paws, finall 1 CONC y finishing the deed by lifting his leg. 1 CONT 1 CONT At age thirteen, her mom and dad separated. They moved t 1 CONC o Fresno and finally to the San Diego area. For the next f 1 CONC our years Darlene attended National City Junior High, South 1 CONC west Junior High, Chula Vista High School, Helix High Schoo 1 CONC l and finally, her junior and senior year at Mar Vista Hig 1 CONC h School, located in Imperial Beach. Darlene joined the b 1 CONC and and thoroughly enjoyed the band functions and the frien 1 CONC dships she developed with the other band members, especiall 1 CONC y her best friend, Rose Davis. Unfortunately this relations 1 CONC hip was frowned upon by many class mates. Rose was the onl 1 CONC y black person in the school. 1 CONT 1 CONT Darlene and Bruce met in his senior year and after Bruce jo 1 CONC ined the Army, they were married and lived in El Paso, Texa 1 CONC s. She worked as a fountain girl at Swanky Franky's and a 1 CONC s a car hop at the Clock Drive In.. When Bruce was sent t 1 CONC o Okinawa, she and their three-month-old son Jess, lived wi 1 CONC th his mom and brothers, in Imperial Beach. There she too 1 CONC k over the responsibilities of he household. 1 CONT 1 CONT When Bruce returned home, they moved to El Cajon where he a 1 CONC ttended San Diego State and she got a job at J. J. Newberry 1 CONC 's. In 1965, they moved to the Los Angeles area where he a 1 CONC ttended and graduated from UCLA. She got a job at Kroehle 1 CONC r Mfg. Co., working her way up from a proofreader for the t 1 CONC ypist to secretary to the plant manager. 1 CONT 1 CONT After Bruce's company was bought out in 1973, the family, w 1 CONC hich now included their second son Jason, returned to th 1 CONC e San Diego area where Darlene got a job at Allstate Insura 1 CONC nce Co. as the secretary to the personnel manager. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1977 after they separated, Darlene and the boys moved t 1 CONC o Poway. After trying to make a living selling real estate 1 CONC , she realized she needed a steady paycheck and in March o 1 CONC f 1997, she applied for a position at International Graphic 1 CONC s, later named Moore Data Management. She was hired as a c 1 CONC ustomer service representative, dealing with problems repo 1 CONC rted by Boards of Realtors. During the next several years 1 CONC , she enjoyed traveling for the company, attending single 1 CONC s dances, dating and most of all, racing her 914-6 Porsch 1 CONC e with the Porsche Club of America. 1 CONT 1 CONT In April 1987, Darlene married Roy Leggitt. They had met i 1 CONC n 1977 when they both sold real estate. They were married i 1 CONC n their back yard with family and friends looking on. On h 1 CONC er 55th birthday, January 1996, she retired from Moore Da 1 CONC ta Management Corporation where she had worked for the pas 1 CONC t 17 years. 1 CONT 1 CONT In January of 1997, after buying a new Diesel Holiday Rambl 1 CONC er RV, and selling their home in Rancho Bernardo, they se 1 CONC t out on their new adventure, living on wheels and enjoyin 1 CONC g the United States. In 1999, they continue to enjoy the f 1 CONC reedom their life style affords and hope to be able to cont 1 CONC inue this life style for many years to come. 1 CONT 1 CONT Darlene periodically writes about hers and Roy's great adve 1 CONC nture and publishes them onine at http://royc.cts.com/Great 1 CONC _Adventure.mht. Take a look and share it with them. 0 @I2328@ INDI 1 NAME Cornelius /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Cornelius 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Oct 1791 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 710AA96995844D66B1610E64AED8E0D81BC8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F600@ 1 FAMC @F150@ 1 NOTE @NI2328@ 0 @NI2328@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1855 New York state census has dwelling number 354, fam 1 CONC ily 397, town/city of Greece, Monroe County, 1 CONT 1 CONT Osborn, Reuben J. 36 M Head Washington Co 1 CONC . 3yrs in Greece 1 CONT Sarah A. 25 F Wife Schenectad 1 CONC y 3 1 CONT Elizabeth 69 F Mother Dutches 1 CONC s 5 1 CONT Cornelius 65 M Father Suffol 1 CONC k 5 1 CONT Robert 34 M Brother Washington 1 CONT Maryetta 24 F Sister-in-law Niagar 1 CONC a 1 1 CONT Mary E. 20 F Sister Saratog 1 CONC a 5 1 CONT Havill, Thomas C. , Jr 1 M Nephew Monro 1 CONC e 1 1 CONT 1 CONT This census entry gives us a time line to follow over a per 1 CONC iod of over a half a century. About this Cornelius was bor 1 CONC n in Suffolk County, New York. In about 1820 he was in Was 1 CONC hington County when his sons Reuben and Robert were born 1 CONC . By 1835 he was Saratoga County when his daughter Mary E 1 CONC . was born. By 1850 he was in Monroe County living in Gree 1 CONC ce. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1860 Monroe Co., NY census (pg. 321)shows the followin 1 CONC g living in Greece, 1 CONT NY: 1 CONT 1 CONT Osborn, Cornelius - 70 yrs - famer laborer 1 CONT Osborn, Bitsy - 76 yrs.(this would be Cornelius' wife Eliz 1 CONC abeth) 1 CONT Osborn, Ruben - 40 yrs. - farm laborer 1 CONT Osborn, Sarah - 30 yrs. - domestic (Ruben's wife) 1 CONT Osborn, Mary E. - 26 yrs. - farmer (she is shown as the pr 1 CONC operty owner) 1 CONT Havil (sic), Thos. C. - 6 yrs. 1 CONT Osborn, George L. - 3 yrs. (son of Ruben and Sarah, probabl 1 CONC y) 1 CONT Mager/Nager, John - 19 yrs. - farm laborer 0 @I2504@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 22 Feb 1740 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID FC8DC636CAC64697AA53AAAFCC2F1FCF3160 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F989@ 0 @I2506@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 27 Apr 1707 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 24 Aug 1775 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 1BA7F0D9973B4361BC7C3B50A9EDC4E1FF4C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F989@ 1 FAMC @F141@ 1 NOTE @NI2506@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI2506@ NOTE 1 CONC The source of Jeremiah's family is East Hampton History, 18 1 CONC 98, page 320. This line is included because some of his des 1 CONC cendants settled in Troy, NY, quite near Lansingburgh wher 1 CONC e their cousin Stephen Osborn was when he married Martha Ba 1 CONC rton. 1 CONT East Hampton History, 1953 says Jeremiah 4 inherited from h 1 CONC is father the place on the corner bought of Capt. Thomas Wh 1 CONC eeler; the last Osborne to own it was Dr. Edward Osborne 7. 0 @I2507@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 20 Nov 1709 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C72136C797094673BD537C9FD117A4463BF3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F141@ 1 NOTE @NI2507@ 0 @NI2507@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: CD-ROM IGI from San Diego FHC on 25 Oct 90. 0 @I2508@ INDI 1 NAME Mercy /Baker/ 2 GIVN Mercy 2 SURN Baker 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8CF08CCB5EF24CCEA35E5315FD6D338FD200 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F989@ 0 @I2511@ INDI 1 NAME Colton Mcgregor /Beavers/ 2 GIVN Colton Mcgregor 2 SURN Beavers 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Feb 1998 2 PLAC Springdale, Washington, Arkansas 1 _UID 92B458E637CF4D778284261E123FCA6417F7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F990@ 0 @I2512@ INDI 1 NAME Jessica Blake /Beavers/ 2 GIVN Jessica Blake 2 SURN Beavers 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Mar 1993 2 PLAC Fayetteville, Washington, Arkansas 1 _UID B6413851E48B45B386904AC10AB236C8C215 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Princess & Jessica 2 10-11-03 rev 2.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F990@ 0 @I2513@ INDI 1 NAME Toby Sol /Beavers/ 2 GIVN Toby Sol 2 SURN Beavers 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Sep 1974 2 PLAC Fayetteville, Washington, Arkansas 1 _UID 41D4EEF8D822493F8477168D92444D1B592E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F990@ 0 @I2514@ INDI 1 NAME Lola Irene /Mitchell/ 2 GIVN Lola Irene 2 SURN Mitchell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Aug 1975 2 PLAC Siloam Springs, Benton, Arkansas 1 _UID 1D26F6E1A9DB4642B2D56F24A75007DB1974 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Lola.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F990@ 1 FAMS @F5120@ 1 FAMC @F155@ 0 @I2515@ INDI 1 NAME Jim /McKee/ 2 GIVN Jim 2 SURN McKee 1 SEX M 1 _UID E92EB36CBAE94AE591AD3841B4A97356E513 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F991@ 0 @I2523@ INDI 1 NAME Trent Sebaistian /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Trent Sebaistian 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Feb 1995 2 PLAC Storrs, Tolland, Connecticut 1 _UID 01F2B02FE0B14919BAD986085CD28A62007E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F2271@ 0 @I2530@ INDI 1 NAME David /Hedges/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Hedges 2 NSFX Colonel 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5C9F1922BAAF4DA8BAD4116805B92CD459C5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F998@ 0 @I2531@ INDI 1 NAME Zephaniah /Hedges/ 2 GIVN Zephaniah 2 SURN Hedges 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A1F1635453B44855B87C678C17CE3E4C8322 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F999@ 0 @I2532@ INDI 1 NAME Jerusha /Gardiner/ 2 GIVN Jerusha 2 SURN Gardiner 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1844 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID E7E5A605D00C4282BE888069F157A1A5D4FF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1000@ 1 NOTE @NI2532@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI2532@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953 says Jerusha was the widow of Le 1 CONC wis Osborn. 0 @I2533@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 1738 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 76E346F55095404D94027FF64FDE85B27556 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F989@ 1 NOTE @NI2533@ 0 @NI2533@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: CD-ROM IGI from San Diego FHC on 25 Oct 90. 0 @I2680@ INDI 1 NAME Della Elaine /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Della Elaine 2 SURN Eveland 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Oct 1937 2 PLAC Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Dec 1984 2 PLAC Escondido, San Diego, California 2 CAUS Automobile accident. 3 SOUR @S78@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 2 ADDR North County District 3 CONT Escondido, California 3 _NAME North County District 3 CITY Escondido 3 STAE California 1 BURI 2 DATE Oak Hill Memorial Park 2 PLAC Escondido, San Diego, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 2 ADDR Oak Hill Memorial Park 3 CONT 2640 Glenridge Road 3 CONT Escondido, California 92027 USA 3 _NAME Oak Hill Memorial Park 3 ADR1 2640 Glenridge Road 3 CITY Escondido 3 STAE California 3 POST 92027 3 CTRY USA 2 PHON (760) 745-1781 1 _UID 59E5312313D94DDAB1BA9C57AF542AA9D901 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Della Elaine Eveland.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Della Elaine Eveland 1980.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Elaine 1980.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1@ 1 FAMC @F1818@ 1 NOTE @NI2680@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI2680@ NOTE 1 CONC Elaine's parents divorced when she was quite young and sh 1 CONC e was raised by her paternal grandparents. 1 CONT 1 CONT She married Roy Leggitt on her eighteenth birthday before s 1 CONC he completed high school. Roy was stationed at the local Wa 1 CONC verly Air Force Station at the time. She spent the next ei 1 CONC ghteen years traveling around the world with Roy as he purs 1 CONC ued his Air Force career. As was the custom for Air Forc 1 CONC e wives of that generation, Elaine did not pursue a profess 1 CONC ion of her own. She was a full time mother and performed v 1 CONC arious volunteer and club work while Roy was in the Air For 1 CONC ce. 1 CONT 1 CONT For several years after Roy retired Elaine worked at a loca 1 CONC l bath accessories store and later at the Miramar Naval Exc 1 CONC hange in San Diego. 1 CONT 1 CONT Elaine and Roy separated in September 1981 with a final dis 1 CONC solution of the marriage in February, 1983. 1 CONT 1 CONT She was killed instantly when a drunk teenage driver ra 1 CONC n a stop sign and drove in front of her at the intersectio 1 CONC n of Las Palmas Avenue and Bear Valley Parkway in Escondido 1 CONC , California. Because of the proximity of the accident t 1 CONC o the Palomar Hospital, her eyes and several organs were sa 1 CONC lvaged for transplant. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her SSAN was 478-42-9888. 0 @I2775@ INDI 1 NAME William /Huntting/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Huntting 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5BF4AEBAE9D247E6A2B80AA3AD8E4B79A5B0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1091@ 0 @I2776@ INDI 1 NAME Mercy /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mercy 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Dec 1736 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E0A8D6E1D599497893B651A6A59C5C3883A8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F989@ 1 NOTE @NI2776@ 0 @NI2776@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: CD-ROM IGI from San Diego FHC on 25 Oct 90. 0 @I2780@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy Louise /Shedd/ 2 GIVN Lucy Louise 2 SURN Shedd 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1855 2 PLAC Of Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 Nov 1942 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID 69EC39DCF00544CF99FD794034382EBA156B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Lucy L. Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1092@ 1 NOTE @NI2780@ 2 SOUR @S90@ 2 SOUR @S127@ 0 @NI2780@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1880 federal census for Burlington, Calhoun County, Mic 1 CONC higan shows Lucy L, age 25, teaching school, in the househo 1 CONC ld of her father Joseph Shedd and mother Polly, younger sis 1 CONC ter Ruby, and brother Harry. Her parents were born in New Y 1 CONC ork and she and her siblings were all born in Michigan. 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage: Michigan IGI 1988. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1939 federal census shows Lucy living with her daughte 1 CONC r Myra's family in Lansing, Michigan. 0 @I2781@ INDI 1 NAME George Edmond /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN George Edmond 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 May 1856 2 PLAC Quebec, Compton Co., Canada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 Sep 1931 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 BURI 2 PLAC Yerington Cem., Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 3JK0-ZX 1 _UID 9E2036628B0346D5B293C1D2136A9A1D0B9C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2781@ 2 SOUR @S127@ 2 SOUR @S136@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI2781@ NOTE 1 CONC In the 1880 federal census George E. Batchelder, age 24, an 1 CONC d Frederick C. Batchelder, age 19, both born in Canada, ar 1 CONC e listed in the William H. Allen household as farm hands i 1 CONC n Mason Valley, Esmeralda County, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT George and his family are listed in the 1910 federal censu 1 CONC s for the Spragg Precinct, Lyon County, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT The census lists George as 54, married twice, three years i 1 CONC n this marriage, born in Canada (Eng), father born in Engla 1 CONC nd, and mother born in Canada (Eng). Therefore, his firs 1 CONC t two children George 12 NV and Edmund 8 NV, were from a pr 1 CONC evious marriage. The census indicates their mother was bor 1 CONC n in Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT "The Valleys of the Walker Rivers" by Phylis Matheus, 1993 1 CONC , page 60 contains the following: Batchelder was a very pro 1 CONC gressive farmer. He raised the first alfalfa in the valle 1 CONC y and was urged to plow it up because it killed the cows. ( 1 CONC When they ate it in the fields it caused them to bloat an 1 CONC d die.) He brought the first domestic bees in for honey fo 1 CONC r home use. He was the first levee builder and made the V-s 1 CONC haped implement of two heavy planks that was pulled by tw 1 CONC o horses. Emma, too, was a pillar of her church and the com 1 CONC munity. She was very interested in the educations and was s 1 CONC ecretary of the Barrett School Board for many years. Thei 1 CONC r son, Fred, still lives on a portion of the home ranch. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Reno Evening Gazette, Sept. 16, 1934 1 CONT 1 CONT INJURIES FATAL TO YERINGTON RESIDENT 1 CONT 1 CONT Yerington, Nev. September 16 - (Special)-As a result of a f 1 CONC all from a ladder while picking peaches at his home five mi 1 CONC les south of Yerington, George Edmund Batchelder sustaine 1 CONC d a broken back Saturday and Monday afternoon, died from t 1 CONC he injury. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Batchelder was born in a log cabin on a backwoods far 1 CONC m near Crampton Village, Providence of Quebec, Canada, on M 1 CONC ay 1, 1856. He was second child of nine children. 1 CONT 1 CONT He attended a country school for three months during the su 1 CONC mmer of two years, and later, three months in the winter s 1 CONC o as to help his father on the farm during the summer. H 1 CONC e worked in a dairy and cheese factory in Vermont for thre 1 CONC e years and came to Nevada arriving in Reno on September 1 1 CONC , 1876. From there he went to Ione, in Nye county and work 1 CONC ed in the mines for two years and from there came to Maso 1 CONC n Valley on January 1, 1878, where he has made his home unt 1 CONC il his death. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Batchelder was married to Rose Ann Conlan on April 29 1 CONC , 1896, and on May 29, 1907, was married to Emma Odel Osbor 1 CONC ne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Surviving him are his wife, four sons, George O., of Fallon 1 CONC : Ed, Fred and Walter of Mason Valley and three daughters 1 CONC : Mrs. Ruth Farias and Mrs. Mabel Forbush of Yerington an 1 CONC d Mrs. Gertrude Pursel of Wellington, and eight grandchildr 1 CONC en. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was an energetic worker in all community affairs and don 1 CONC ated the land which a large community hall was built near h 1 CONC is home. 1 CONT 1 CONT Funeral services were held at the community hall which he h 1 CONC elped to build today. Mr. Marsden and Rev. Mr. Buckner off 1 CONC iciated. 0 @I2782@ INDI 1 NAME Frank Vernon /Perry/ 2 GIVN Frank Vernon 2 SURN Perry 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Dec 1888 2 PLAC Santa Clara, San Jose, California 2 SOUR @S90@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Dec 1950 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 BURI 2 PLAC Yerington Cem., Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 2034-WK 1 _UID ABB7F631564E44888D60D4663DE3F01C4CC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1095@ 1 FAMS @F4800@ 1 NOTE @NI2782@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S115@ 2 SOUR @S90@ 0 @NI2782@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1920 Federal Census for Mason Valley, Lyon County, NV i 1 CONC ndicates Frank V. Perry living in the household of Emma Osb 1 CONC orn, his mother-in-law along with his wife Alice and childr 1 CONC en George, Frances, and Grace. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1930 Federal Census for the same area Frank V. Perry i 1 CONC s listed as head of househould with wife June G. and six st 1 CONC ep-children with surname Booth. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Ancestry.com Family Data Collection is the source for b 1 CONC irth place, birth date, death place and death date. It list 1 CONC s his spouse as June Fulton and his parents as John Franci 1 CONC s Perry and Anna Rose Stanley. 0 @I2783@ INDI 1 NAME Loren /Pye/ 2 GIVN Loren 2 SURN Pye 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 May 1881 2 PLAC Union Hill, , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE Jul 1952 2 PLAC Fallon, Churchill, Nevada 1 BURI 2 PLAC Fallon Cemetery 1 _UID 5936D9875D814A33B3D4E92CDA7BC1E1DDFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1096@ 1 NOTE @NI2783@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 0 @NI2783@ NOTE 1 CONC The August 23, 1940 Nevada State Journal has an interestin 1 CONC g article entitled Taxicab Journey Causes Charges - Charge 1 CONC d with obtaining credit under false pretenses, after a taxi 1 CONC cab round trip between Reno and Carson City to call on Gove 1 CONC rnor Carville, a man giving the name of Loren J. Pye is i 1 CONC n the county jail. Reno police said that several days ago P 1 CONC ye was questioned and said he was a special undercover agen 1 CONC t. He obtained an interview with Governor Carville, but wa 1 CONC s unable to pay the taxi fare for the long trip. 1 CONT 1 CONT David McGowan reported the marriage of Loren Pye to his gra 1 CONC ndmother Alice Louisa Osborne Perry in a family group shee 1 CONC t submitted to the Mormon Church. The marriage apparently t 1 CONC ook place in February 1947. However, it is not mentioned i 1 CONC n Loren Pye's obituary reported in the July 25, 1952 Nevad 1 CONC a State Journal. 1 CONT 1 CONT Last Rites Held for Loren Pye - Fallon, July 25 - Loren Pye 1 CONC , a resident of this community for the past two years die 1 CONC d Saturday at the Churchill Public Hospital where he had be 1 CONC en a patient for several months. 1 CONT Loren Pye was born May 27m 1881 at Union Hill, N. Y., young 1 CONC est of a large family. For many years Mr. Pye had worked i 1 CONC n factories in Rochester as a skilled mechanic. In the 1930 1 CONC ;s his employer sent him to England to introduce some chang 1 CONC es in machinery which he had invented and were used by th 1 CONC e company. 1 CONT In 1939 he came to Nevada where he became well known in Vir 1 CONC ginia City and Reno. At the latter place he acted as janito 1 CONC r at the recreation center for 18 months. 1 CONT After moving to Fallon he was occupied as a general handyma 1 CONC n and tree surgeon. While he was working at tree trimming h 1 CONC e fell breaking his leg and causing hospitalization for a y 1 CONC ear. 1 CONT Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Helen Bohrer of Rochester, N 1 CONC . Y., a granddaughter and a great granddaughter, also a sis 1 CONC ter, Mrs. Ruth A. Snow of Los Angeles and two brothers, Cla 1 CONC rence G. Pye and Arthur Pye of Rochester, besides several n 1 CONC ieces and nephews. 0 @I2784@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah (Debby) // 2 GIVN Deborah (Debby) 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1818 2 PLAC Prob Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Apr 1840 2 PLAC Probably, Calhoun, Michigan 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID 0D24752C26864ECB97CD947E5F1A21A14835 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Deborah Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F496@ 1 NOTE @NI2784@ 0 @NI2784@ NOTE 1 CONC There is a conflict with Cornelius' first wife. The Intern 1 CONC ational Genealogical Index indicates Susan Martha Eldridge 1 CONC . However, at least four grant deeds recorded in Calhoun C 1 CONC ounty, Michigan in 1837 and 1838 indicate that his wife wa 1 CONC s Deborah (and Debby). A deed recorded on January 1, 184 1 CONC 2 indicates his wife was Matilda. There is no other mentio 1 CONC n of Susan Martha Eldridge. 0 @I2785@ INDI 1 NAME George Osborn /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN George Osborn 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Apr 1898 2 PLAC Mason Valley, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 Apr 1972 2 PLAC Probably Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada 2 SOUR @S89@ 1 AFN 7L83-WC 1 _UID 9410CFD315F64A188FD81C61D5308303225D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1097@ 1 FAMC @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2785@ 0 @NI2785@ NOTE 1 CONC George O. Batchelder, his wife, and daughter are listed i 1 CONC n the 1930 federal census living in Spragg, Lyon, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: GEORGE BATCHELDER 1 CONC , born 25 Apr 1898, died Apr 1972, last residence, Las Ve 1 CONC gas, Clark, NV, issued NV (Before 1951), SSAN 530-07-6253 0 @I2786@ INDI 1 NAME Edmund /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN Edmund 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1902 2 PLAC , , Nevada 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 7L83-XJ 1 _UID 5BF0E6FC98C24D5A81287DCF4D220EBA5A4B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F1093@ 0 @I2787@ INDI 1 NAME Mabel /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN Mabel 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Jun 1912 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 Feb 2000 2 PLAC Probably Reno, Washoe, Nevada 2 SOUR @S89@ 1 AFN 7L83-ZP 1 _UID 13E83613E3F3414A85919CC0AC17F3511E9F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F4778@ 1 FAMC @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2787@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 0 @NI2787@ NOTE 1 CONC In the August 14, 1940 edition of the Nevada State Journa 1 CONC l mentioned that Mabel Forbush was a member of the Yeringto 1 CONC n Junior Homemakers Club. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1961 she was mentioned as belonging to the Fallon Artemi 1 CONC sia Club. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains:MABEL E FORBUSH b 1 CONC orn 1 Jun 1912, died 27 Feb 2000, last residence Reno, Wash 1 CONC oe, NV, issued NV (1960 and 1961), SSAN 530-30-0662 0 @I2788@ INDI 1 NAME Frederick C /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN Frederick C 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt Nov 1916 2 PLAC , , Nevada 2 SOUR @S115@ 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 7L84-0T 1 _UID A1CAF2BAF33C47E79156A90AB941C5794625 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F4785@ 1 FAMC @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2788@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI2788@ NOTE 1 CONC Frederick Batchelder was in the 1934 Yerington High Schoo 1 CONC l graduating class. 1 CONT 1 CONT The November 14, 1945 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette m 1 CONC entioned that Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pursel were hosts at a din 1 CONC ner party at their ranch home Sunday honoring her brother 1 CONC , Fred Batchelder, who recently received his honorable dis 1 CONC charge from the army. Attending were Messrs. and Mesdames M 1 CONC anuel Farias and family, Harry Forbush and family of Fallon 1 CONC , Mrs. Emma Batchelder, Phelps Osborne and the honored gues 1 CONC t. 1 CONT 1 CONT The September 21 1955 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette r 1 CONC eported Lyon Extension Agent Awarded Service Citation 1 CONT 1 CONT Fred C. Batchelder, county agent of Lyon county, has bee 1 CONC n awarded a distinguished service citation for outstandin 1 CONC g community service by the National County Agents Associati 1 CONC on at their annual meeting held in East Lansing, Mich. 1 CONT 1 CONT Batchelder, 39, was born and raised in Lyon county and i 1 CONC s a veteran of 16 years with extension service. He was earl 1 CONC y active in 4-H club work and received his B.S. degree in a 1 CONC griculture at the University of Nevada in 1942. 1 CONT 1 CONT Following graduation, Batchelder served a 33-month tou 1 CONC r of duty in the Southwest Pacific with the army amphibiou 1 CONC s engineers and in 1945 returned to become county agent i 1 CONC n Nye and Esmeralda counties. There, he aided Smokey Valle 1 CONC y ranchers in a campaign which eventually led to constructi 1 CONC on of 50 miles of paved road from Austin to Round Mountain. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1946, he moved to Lovelock to remain as county agen 1 CONC t for Pershing county for eight years, becoming widely reco 1 CONC gnized for his constant contract and promotion work with fa 1 CONC rmers and ranchers. He was also instrumental in putting ne 1 CONC w research in chemical weed control and insect pest contro 1 CONC l into practice. 1 CONT 1 CONT Batchelder's major achievement, however has been the org 1 CONC anization and supervision of construction of a 30-mile pip 1 CONC e line to furnish domestic and stock water to residents an 1 CONC d stock on 20,000 acres of land in the lower Lovelock Valle 1 CONC y. This $175,000 project required the drilling of a 400-foo 1 CONC t well and took five years to complete. 1 CONT 1 CONT Batchelder has a wife, Josephine Shipley Batchelder, an 1 CONC d one son, Leonard. He is a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, ha 1 CONC s a master of science degree in farm crops from Oregon Stat 1 CONC e College and is active in the extension fraternity of Epsi 1 CONC lon Sigma Phi. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl Osborne said Fred was still alive in 1996. 0 @I2789@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth Genevieve /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN Ruth Genevieve 2 SURN Batchelder 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1903 2 PLAC , , Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE Nov 1984 2 PLAC Probably Wellington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S89@ 1 AFN 3JK0-S3 1 _UID 1FD1917B4277452CB43FB4F49EDC1866B9C6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Ruth Batchelder.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1098@ 1 FAMC @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2789@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 0 @NI2789@ NOTE 1 CONC See her grandfather Charles Barton Osborn's notes for her i 1 CONC nheritance of sixty acres in Mason Valley. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ruth is listed as George Batchelder's step-daughter in th 1 CONC e 1910 federal census for the Spragg Precinct, Lyon County 1 CONC , Nevada. Family lore indicates Emma Osborn had Ruth out o 1 CONC f wedlock before her marriage to George Batchelder. (This r 1 CONC equires serious thought. Because of the close relationshi 1 CONC p between the Osborne and Batchelder lines, it is certainl 1 CONC y possible that Ruth was the result of a relationship betwe 1 CONC en George Batchelder and Alice Osborne before their marriag 1 CONC e in 1907. Ruth is clearly recognized as his oldest daughte 1 CONC r in George's obituary.) 1 CONT 1 CONT See her grandfather Charles Barton Osborn's will. It appear 1 CONC s Ruth was given special consideration in the division of t 1 CONC he estate: 1 CONT 1 CONT To Ruth G. Batchelder, granddaughter of said deceased 1 CONC , sixty acres of land described as the South-east quarter o 1 CONC f the South-west quarter of Section Three and the North hal 1 CONC f of the North-east quarter of the North-west quarter of Se 1 CONC ction Ten in Township Twelve North Range Twenty-five East 1 CONC , Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, situate in said County o 1 CONC f Lyon. 1 CONT 1 CONT The December 10, 1937 Reno Evening Gazette refers to Ruth F 1 CONC arias as president of the Yerington American Legion Auxilla 1 CONC ry. She had been president at least once before (see her hu 1 CONC sband's notes.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Over the next many years Ruth is mentioned holding other of 1 CONC fices and being designated delegate to Auxillary convention 1 CONC s. 1 CONT 1 CONT In May 1947 she is mentioned as a member of Chapter B.PEO. 1 CONT 1 CONT In February 1948 she is mentioned as a member of the Quee 1 CONC n of the Valley Rebekah lodge 23 in Yerington. 1 CONT 1 CONT The paper in January 1949 Ruth Farias is installed as righ 1 CONC t supporter to the vice grand. 1 CONT 1 CONT The July 1st, 1958 edition of the Nevada State Journal repo 1 CONC rted that Ruth Farias was a member of the St. Albans Guild. 1 CONT 1 CONT The last of thirty articles in the Reno Evening Gazette i 1 CONC s the 21 July 1971 story where she was the matron of hono 1 CONC r for her sister Gertrude mentioned in Gertrude's notes. T 1 CONC hese articles were in addition to the thirteen articles i 1 CONC n the Nevada State Journal. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: RUTH FARIAS 26 D 1 CONC ec 1902 Nov 1984 89444 (Wellington, Lyon, NV) (none specifi 1 CONC ed) 530-64-1055 Nevada 0 @I2792@ INDI 1 NAME Gertrude /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN Gertrude 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Aug 1908 2 PLAC , , Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Sep 1988 1 AFN 7L84-11 1 _UID 1C6CA071FFE94FBA925DE24F9B8D6CBAF8BF 1 BAPL 2 DATE Submitted 6 Jan 2004 1 ENDL 2 DATE Submitted 6 Jan 2004 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gertrude Batchelder.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4784@ 1 FAMS @F4836@ 1 FAMS @F4974@ 1 FAMC @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2792@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 0 @NI2792@ NOTE 1 CONC On july 17, 1924, the Nevada State Journal had an article e 1 CONC ntitled Yerington Girl Named as Prize Essay Winner. Gertrud 1 CONC e Batchelder of Yerington has been announced as the winne 1 CONC r of the first prize of $100 in national "Save the Surface 1 CONC " campaign conducted recently by paint, varnish and allie 1 CONC d interest. 1 CONT 1 CONT Miss Batchelder gained the reward through her terse 100-wor 1 CONC d description of a neglected surface which paint would hav 1 CONC e saved. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Reno Evening Gazette reported on April 19, 1934 that Mr 1 CONC s. Ralph Pursel was elected vice preident of the Smith Vall 1 CONC ey Civic Club. 1 CONT 1 CONT The club news for July 24, 1935 reported Mrs. Ralph Purse 1 CONC l was a member of the Sewing Club. In 1937 she was reporte 1 CONC d as a member of the Homemaker Club. 1 CONT 1 CONT In May 1953, Mrs. Ralph Pursel was employed by the Secretar 1 CONC y of Agriculture to contact every farmer in east Mason Vall 1 CONC ey to get wheat acreage reports for the years 1951, 1952 an 1 CONC d 1953. The information will be used to set wheat acreage a 1 CONC llotments for 1954. 1 CONT 1 CONT The June 21, 1971 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette repor 1 CONC ted the marriage of Gertrude Pursel to Arthur Reymers in a 1 CONC n afternoon ceremony in the United Methodist Church in Yeri 1 CONC ngton. The bride was given in marriage by her brother Georg 1 CONC e Bachelder. Her matron of honor was Ruth Farias. The bride 1 CONC groom was attended by best man Manuel Farias. 0 @I2793@ INDI 1 NAME Walter Henry /Batchelder/ 2 GIVN Walter Henry 2 SURN Batchelder 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Feb 1921 2 PLAC Mason Valley, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 May 1935 1 AFN 7L84-26 1 _UID CB0229C7BFA74B8B846FD7A398ACDB38BDCD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F1093@ 1 NOTE @NI2793@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S90@ 0 @NI2793@ NOTE 1 CONC Earl Osborne told me that Walter died in his teens as a res 1 CONC ult of an infected ruptured appendix. He and Walter were c 1 CONC hildhood friends up until his death. 1 CONT 1 CONT He, his parents, and older brother Fred C. are enumerated i 1 CONC n the Spragg Precinct, Lyon County, Nevada in the 1930 fede 1 CONC ral census. His name is listed as Walter E. Batchelder. 1 CONT 1 CONT The October 18, 1934 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette re 1 CONC ported that Walter Batchelder arrived in Smith Valley fro 1 CONC m Mason Valley on Tuesday to spend a few days with his sist 1 CONC er, Mrs. Ralph Pursel, while his fractured arm is mending. 0 @I2797@ INDI 1 NAME Beulah Idelle /Van Fleet/ 2 GIVN Beulah Idelle 2 SURN Van Fleet 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Aug 1908 2 PLAC , , California 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 Jan 2003 1 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 25E93FA0A1AF4D73958F9A425B478799BF06 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1097@ 1 NOTE @NI2797@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI2797@ NOTE 1 CONC In 1935 Mrs. Beulah Van Fleet Batchelder, Miss Georgia Batc 1 CONC helder, Jack Batchelder, and George Batchelderattended th 1 CONC e barbecue picknick at Lahonatan dam for former residents o 1 CONC f Inyo county now living in Nevada. They represented Wadswo 1 CONC rth. 1 CONT 1 CONT The December 30, 1943 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette r 1 CONC eported the wedding of Miss Nora Van Fleet at the home of h 1 CONC er parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Fleet in Yerington. Thos 1 CONC e who witnessed the wedding included Mrs. George Batchelde 1 CONC r and son and daughter of Wadsworth. Georgia Batchelder att 1 CONC ended the bride. 1 CONT 1 CONT Of interest here is that there is also a male child apparen 1 CONC tly born sometime after 1930 census where only Georgia wa 1 CONC s listed. 0 @I2798@ INDI 1 NAME Manuel /Farias/ 2 GIVN Manuel 2 SURN Farias 2 SOUR @S138@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Jul 1892 2 PLAC , Sao Miguel Island, Azores, Portugal 2 SOUR @S89@ 2 SOUR @S90@ 2 SOUR @S138@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE Sep 1979 2 PLAC Probably Wellington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S89@ 2 SOUR @S138@ 1 AFN 3JK0-RW 1 _UID C8AF6D48A1CB451B97E30943458CE23EAF75 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Manuel Farias.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1098@ 1 NOTE @NI2798@ 2 SOUR @S90@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 2 SOUR @S138@ 0 @NI2798@ NOTE 1 CONC Nevada State Journal, June 19, 1916 1 CONT 1 CONT WABUSKA IS SCENE OF DOUBLE MURDER 1 CONT Argument between Spaniard and Mexicans Results Fatally; Sla 1 CONC yer Escapes 1 CONT 1 CONT Information was received in Reno yesterday morning of a dou 1 CONC ble murder and the seriously wounding of a third victim lat 1 CONC e Saturday night at Wabuska, in Lyon county. 1 CONT 1 CONT Manuel Farias, a Spaniard, about 30 years old, it alleged s 1 CONC hot and killed two Mexicans and seriously wounded a third 1 CONC , with the aid of a rifle and an automatic revolver. 1 CONT 1 CONT Argued Over Mexican Uprising 1 CONT 1 CONT According to meager reports of the affair, Farias, the Span 1 CONC iard, has no love for a Mexican for the reason that variou 1 CONC s members of his family had recently lived in Mexico and ha 1 CONC d been assassinated by members of Villa's band and that Far 1 CONC ias himself had barely escaped. 1 CONT 1 CONT An argument arose in a saloon at Wabuska. The men had bee 1 CONC n partaking freely of liquor and the discussion became heat 1 CONC ed over the subject of the Mexican situation across the bor 1 CONC der. 1 CONT 1 CONT Spaniard Gets Gun 1 CONT 1 CONT Farias is said to have become incensed and left the men an 1 CONC d the argument temporarily, and went to his cabin, returnin 1 CONC g with a rifle and automatic pistol. He let go a fusillad 1 CONC e of shots and after the smoke of battle had cleared away 1 CONC , it was found that two of the Mexicans were dead and anoth 1 CONC er dying. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sheriff's Posse in Pursuit 1 CONT 1 CONT As soon as Sheriff D. P. Randall of Lyon county heard of th 1 CONC e affair, he organized a posse and went in pursuit of the a 1 CONC lleged murderer, whom made his escape in the darkness, afte 1 CONC r the killing. Farias is said to have taken his weapons wi 1 CONC th him and has a good supply of ammunition. A battle is ex 1 CONC pected to take place before he is captured. 1 CONT 1 CONT When last seen Farias was smooth shaven, about five feet i 1 CONC n height and was clad is a blue serge suit, black hat, ta 1 CONC n shoes, red crocheted tie and soft shirt. He is known i 1 CONC n Yerington, the county seat, where he had worked at differ 1 CONC ent times. 1 CONT 1 CONT Manuel Farias is listed in the WWI Civilian Draft Registrat 1 CONC ions. He was registered in Lyon County and his birth date i 1 CONC s listed as 6 July 1892 (the Social Security Death Index in 1 CONC dicates he was born 12 July 1892.) His place of birth is li 1 CONC sted as Sao Miguel Island Azores. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl Osborne said Manuel was a WWI veteran and served in Fr 1 CONC ance. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl also said that Manuel and Ruth had two children, Alla 1 CONC n and Nicholas. However, the 1930 Federal Nevada census fo 1 CONC r Lyon County has only the first three children listed. 1 CONT 1 CONT Manuel, his wife, and first three children are listed in th 1 CONC e 1930 federal census living in Wabuska-Thompson, Lyon, NV. 1 CONT 1 CONT Manuel's brother Joseph M. is also listed as a resident i 1 CONC n 1930. 1 CONT 1 CONT The September 29, 1936 Reno Evening Gazette mentioned tha 1 CONC t Manuel Farias was installed as commander of the Lyon Coun 1 CONC ty American Legion Post No. 9. Interestingly, his wife Rut 1 CONC h Farias was mentioned as being the past president of the A 1 CONC merican Legion Auxiliary. 1 CONT 1 CONT The December 6, 1939 edition mentioned that Manuel Farias w 1 CONC as the president of the Lyon County Farm Bureau. 1 CONT 1 CONT In December 1939 the paper mention that a project for impro 1 CONC vement of Yerington cemeteries had just been completed unde 1 CONC r the direction of Manuel Farias. 1 CONT 1 CONT In December 1948 a unified state association of the Nevad 1 CONC a conservation districts was created in Ely at a state-wid 1 CONC e meeting of soil conservation district supervisors. Manue 1 CONC l Farias of Yerington was elected to a vice-presidential po 1 CONC sition. 1 CONT 1 CONT In March 1949 Richard Day of Smith Valley and Manuel Faria 1 CONC s of Wabuska were automatically elected directors of the Wa 1 CONC lker river irrigation district on March 15. They were the o 1 CONC nly two candidates. 1 CONT 1 CONT Over the next two decades there are numerous articles abou 1 CONC t Manuel's involvement in various clubs and boards. 1 CONT 1 CONT The July 18, 1958 Nevada State Journal mentioned that Manue 1 CONC l Farias was surprised on Monday evening when about 25 of h 1 CONC is neighbors dropped in to help him celebrate his birthday 1 CONC . He was presented with a number of gifts from his friend 1 CONC s which he opened and displayed after which the evening wa 1 CONC s spent in visiting. 1 CONT 1 CONT Refreshments were served by Mrs. Farias, her daughter, Mrs 1 CONC . Peninnah Martines and Mrs Harold Baker to the following 1 CONC : Messrs. and Mesdames Fred Kingsley, Harold Farias, Charle 1 CONC s Warr, Harold Baker, Donald Martines, Alfred Matheus, W. S 1 CONC . Twombley, Joe Farias, Ralph Pursel, also Mesdames Emma Ba 1 CONC tchelder, Marie Matheus, Messrs. Ted Seyden, Robert Faust 1 CONC , Allan Farias, John and David Warr, Mike Martines, Pat Far 1 CONC ias, and Donna Kay Martines, Karen and Wendy Farias. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: MANUEL FARIAS 1 1 CONC 2 Jul 1892 Sep 1979 89444 (Wellington, Lyon, NV) (none spec 1 CONC ified) 530-24-6116 Nevada. 0 @I3141@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Jul 1817 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 Feb 1891 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID 3ACAAF6412F74CE798F50E7866F699F24D65 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Rufus and Harriet Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Osborn Plot.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1265@ 1 FAMS @F4348@ 1 FAMS @F1266@ 1 FAMC @F1267@ 1 NOTE @NI3141@ 2 SOUR @S16@ 2 SOUR @S141@ 0 @NI3141@ NOTE 1 CONC History of Calhoun County, Michigan, 1877, L. H. Everts & C 1 CONC o., on page 152, under Tekonsha Township, it indicates Rufu 1 CONC s Osborn was elected constable in 1839, 1840, and 1842. 1 CONT --- 1 CONT Source: 1850 Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan census, page 215. 1 CONT 1 CONT Listed with Martha 64 b. NJ, Marietta 25 b. NY, and Cathari 1 CONC ne 11 b. MI. He also has Martha Osborn, aged 64, born in Rh 1 CONC ode Island, living in his household. 1 CONT 1 CONT From this and previous census and land records near Rochest 1 CONC er, NY, I assume Martha is his mother. 1 CONT 1 CONT By 1860 his wife Marietta has either died or divorced. Th 1 CONC e 1860 census for the township of Marshall taken on 16 Augu 1 CONC st 1860 indicates the following for house 1717 family 1598: 1 CONT 1 CONT Name Age Gender Occupation Real Personal B 1 CONC irthplace 1 CONT Rufus Osborn 43 M Farmer $10,000 $2,00 1 CONC 0 NY 1 CONT Harriet 3 1 CONC 0 F England 1 CONT Clar 1 CONC a 5 F Mich 1 CONT Fann 1 CONC y 3 F " 1 CONT Barto 1 CONC n 1 M " 1 CONT Peter Knapp 2 1 CONC 4 M RI 1 CONT Nathan Barton 6 1 CONC 9 M NY 1 CONT Dinal Withall 63 F E 1 CONC ngland 1 CONT 1 CONT Of special interest is Jerome D. Phelps, 27 b. NY lives i 1 CONC n the adjacent house 1718. He has Lucinda 27, b. NY, Charl 1 CONC es 3, b. MI, Emma 1, b. MI. Maria Phelps 47, b. NY lives i 1 CONC n house 1724. She has John 25, b. MI, Gamaliel 23 (M) b. M 1 CONC I, and Adeline 23, b. MI living with her. 1 CONT --- 1 CONT History of Calhoun County Michigan, Hon. Washington Gardner 1 CONC , 1913, page 175 under Burlington Township, mentions Here 1 CONC , too, was erected the first gristmill by Rufus Osborn, i 1 CONC n 1861. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Calhoun County business directory for 1869-70 lists Ruf 1 CONC us Osborn as a farmer in Tekonsha, section 29. 1 CONT --- 1 CONT In July 1995 the index for 1870 Calhoun County census is no 1 CONC t yet available. By 1997 it was. This is the 1870 federa 1 CONC l census for the Township of Tekonsha, Calhoun County, Mich 1 CONC igan: 1 CONT 1 CONT Osborn, Rufus 53 m Farmer New York 1 CONT Harriett 40 f Keeping House England 1 CONT Clara 18 f At school at home Michigan 1 CONT Fanny 13 f At school at home Michigan 1 CONT James 9 m At school Michigan 1 CONT Anna 7 f At school Michigan 1 CONT Hattie 5 f Michigan 1 CONT Ralph 10/12 m Michigan 1 CONT --- 1 CONT History of Calhoun County, Michigan, 1877, L. H. Everts & C 1 CONC o., on page 157, Burlington Township, under The First Grist 1 CONC -Mill says it was erected by Rufus Osborn, in 1861. It i 1 CONC s a frame structure, and has two run of stone. The propert 1 CONC y was subsequently purchased by Pierce & Hobart, who conduc 1 CONC ted the business awhile, when the present proprietor, Alber 1 CONC t Marble, came into possession of it by purchase, and has s 1 CONC ince owned and operated it. The amount of grist of all kin 1 CONC ds made during the year ending December 31, 1876, was fifte 1 CONC en thousand bushels. 1 CONT --- 1 CONT The 1880 census for the township of Tekonsha taken on 11 Ju 1 CONC ne 1880 has the following for house 147 family 150:: 1 CONT 1 CONT Individual 1 CONT 1 CONT Father Mother 1 CONT Name Age Gender Relationship Occupation Birthpl 1 CONC ace 1 CONT Rufus Osborne 62 M Self Farmer (Crippled leg) N 1 CONC Y NY NY 1 CONT 1 CONT Hamit 49 F Wife Eng 1 CONC EngEng 1 CONT Barton 21 M Son M 1 CONC I NY Eng 1 CONT James 19 M Son " 1 CONT Anna 17 G Daughter " 1 CONT Hattie 15 G Daughter " 1 CONT Ra 10 M Son " 1 CONT Sydney 8 M Son " 1 CONT Louie 5 M Son " 1 CONT Bessie 4 G Daughter " 1 CONT Albert Brown 19 M Servant Farm laborer Can 1 CONC ada do do 1 CONT Arthur May 21 M Servant Farm laborer M 1 CONC I EngEng 1 CONT 1 CONT Of interest is that Wilber Barton 22 b. MI NY NY, is livin 1 CONC g at house 150 with his wife Alice 26, b. MI NY NY, son Ear 1 CONC nest 5, and daughter Bessie 3. 1 CONT ---- 1 CONT Michigan Pioneer Collections, Vol II, Tekonsha, page 246/24 1 CONC 7 contains the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Held its first township meeting April 13th 1837 ... The pri 1 CONC nciple pioneers were ... Rufus Osborn. ... Among the promin 1 CONC ent men in Tekonsha at the present time (1887) are ... Rufu 1 CONC s Osborne. 1 CONT ---- 1 CONT On 12 April 1882 Rufus Osborn of Tekonsha County of Calhou 1 CONC n and State of Michigan purchased 320 acres in Mason Valley 1 CONC , Nevada. Fannie E. Osborn and Celia H. French witnessed t 1 CONC he deed. James M. French was the notary public. 1 CONT --- 1 CONT The Tekonsha Story contains a section on page 143 entitle 1 CONC d RUFUS OSBORN FARM. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus Osborn was born in Lansingburg, N. Y. on July 5, 1817 1 CONC . When he was nineteen years old he moved to Michigan wit 1 CONC h his widowed mother and four sisters. They settled on Sect 1 CONC ion 29, Tekonsha Township in 1837, where he lived the res 1 CONC t of his life. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was married to Marietta Ward and after her death he marr 1 CONC ied Sarah Herbert. She lived less than a year. in 1854 he m 1 CONC arried Harriett E. Withall (see her notes.) To Rufus and Ha 1 CONC rriett were born eleven children; Clara, Fannie, Barton, Ja 1 CONC mes, Anna, Hattie, Julietta, Ralph, Sidney, Louis and Bessi 1 CONC e. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Osborn was active in the development of the country, be 1 CONC ing among the foremost in securing the Airline Railroad o 1 CONC f which for years he was a director. He built the railroa 1 CONC d bridges in the townships of Burlington, Tekonsha and Clar 1 CONC endon, and for many years there was a train stop and sidin 1 CONC g on his farm. He gave land from his farm for the Windfal 1 CONC l Cemetery where he is now buried. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was a Baptist by religion and his political party was De 1 CONC mocrat. In 1881 he sold the eastern part of the farm to hi 1 CONC s son Barton. He was township constable from 1840 to 1842 1 CONC . Rufus Osborn died on the home farm February 26, 1891, an 1 CONC d two of his children, Ralph and Fannie remained on the far 1 CONC m until they moved to the village when he could no longer d 1 CONC o farm work due to failing health. ... 1 CONT --- 1 CONT The Florence Ellis material includes the following from th 1 CONC e Marshall Chronicle: 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus Osborne of Tekonsha, was in the city Friday. Mr. Osbo 1 CONC rne has gained some considerable notoriety by litigating th 1 CONC e Air Line Rail road company, and is now taking steps to st 1 CONC raighten out some legal kinks in the Mansfield and Coldwate 1 CONC r railroad matters. He proposes to bring suit to set asid 1 CONC e the foreclosure of the mortgage bonds and secure the cons 1 CONC truction of the line or at least realize something for th 1 CONC e stock holders. He claims that the Pennsylvania company co 1 CONC ntracted to build the road and received its pay. It then, i 1 CONC n violation of its agreement, not only did not build the ro 1 CONC ad but allowed it to be sold. An ultimate design of Mr. Osb 1 CONC orne is to prevent the Marshall and Coldwater road from bei 1 CONC ng built north from this city as a branch of the M. and O 1 CONC . He proposes to have it start from Coldwater and to be mad 1 CONC e part of the Mansfield system as originally intended. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Florence Ellis material also includes the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT March 7 1891 1 CONT 1 CONT The death of Rufus Osborne occurred at his home on the Wind 1 CONC fall on the evening of Feb. 26th., 1891. The immediate caus 1 CONC e of his death was pneumonia. He received a stroke of paral 1 CONC ysis July 25th., and for the remainder of his life suffere 1 CONC d intensely. He leaves a large circle of relatives to mor 1 CONC n the loss of a true man. He was born in Lansingburg, nort 1 CONC h of Troy, New York July 5th 1817. His mother moved to Roch 1 CONC ester, New York with her family when he was nine years old 1 CONC , residing there ten years. When he was nineteen years of a 1 CONC ge he moved to Michigan locating in the township of Tekonsh 1 CONC a with his (mother) and four sisters, one of whom, Mrs. Eli 1 CONC sha Engle, of Burlington, Michigan survives him. The care o 1 CONC f the family devolved upon him, his brother Cornelius, rema 1 CONC ining on Long Island until he moved to Nevada where he die 1 CONC d twelve years ago. In 1837 he married Marietta Ward, daugh 1 CONC ter of Dr. Ward, of Illinois who died May 21, 1850. In 185 1 CONC 3 he was married to Sarah Hobart, daughter of Rev. Hobart 1 CONC , one of the pioneer Methodist ministers of this section wh 1 CONC o died the same year. Oct. 1, 1854. He was married to Harri 1 CONC et E. Withall, daughter of the elder John Withall. To the 1 CONC m were born eleven children, seven daughters and four sons 1 CONC , Clara L. Whithall, deceased, Fannie E., Barton R., Jame 1 CONC s A., Anna M., Lace, of Rochester N. Y., Mattie G., decease 1 CONC d, Ralph W., E. Sidney, Lois M., and Bessie B. His wife an 1 CONC d nine children survive him, also three grandchildren, al 1 CONC l of whom were present at the funeral. 1 CONT 1 CONT At the age of eighteen months he met with an accident tha 1 CONC t crippled him for life. By energy, ambition and perseveran 1 CONC ce he over came obstacles before which most men would hav 1 CONC e given away in despair. He is among the last of the pionee 1 CONC rs of this territory for he came here before Michigan becam 1 CONC e a state. He has been active with the development of thi 1 CONC s country, being among the foremost in securing the Air Lin 1 CONC e R. R. of which he was for years a director. He also buil 1 CONC t all the R. R. bridges in the township of Burlington, Tek 1 CONC onsha, and Clarendon. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was an honest, upright and just man, a man to make his m 1 CONC ark; his convictions were strong and his advise was given f 1 CONC reely for the benefit of those asking for it; his childre 1 CONC n found in him a wise counselor; and the poor, a friend. I 1 CONC n politics he was a democrat, a thorough moral and temperan 1 CONC ce man. At sixteen years of age he was baptized by Elder Co 1 CONC mstock of the First Baptist Church of Rochester N. Y. For y 1 CONC ears he was active in the Christian life in that city. Ther 1 CONC e is no reason why this might nor have continued had his as 1 CONC sociates been such men as those with whom he is associate 1 CONC d there, whose lives were measured by the Golden Rule. He c 1 CONC ame into this country to make a home for his mother, sister 1 CONC s and himself, and some of his experience was not conductiv 1 CONC e of piety. After a few years of prosperity he suffered bit 1 CONC ter and malicious persecution from some of this fellow town 1 CONC smen, which threatened his destruction, but he triumphed ov 1 CONC er his enemies and what they intended for his destruction w 1 CONC as overruled for good. 1 CONT 1 CONT He studied law in the office of Isaac E. Crasey of Marshall 1 CONC , Mich. in 1853, but it became distasteful to him and he ga 1 CONC ve it up for a more active business life. In 1870 when Elde 1 CONC r Robinson was pastor, he united with the Baptist church o 1 CONC f Tekonsha, and for years lived in the enjoyment of religio 1 CONC n, but from the time his physical disabilities and cares in 1 CONC creased he seemed to lose active interest, though there wa 1 CONC s not changes in his views. During the last months of his l 1 CONC ife the faith which he had always held passed more into hea 1 CONC rt experience and he mellowed and ripened for eternity. H 1 CONC e expressed regret that he had not lived more in accordanc 1 CONC e with his faith in Christ, and thanked God that he had bee 1 CONC n spared that he might give himself to these things. He wa 1 CONC s naturally irritable and passionate and had the strong wil 1 CONC l and determination of the Long Island Bartons, of whom h 1 CONC e is one of the last descendants. 1 CONT 1 CONT His funeral sermon was preached by Rev. W. Remington of Rea 1 CONC ding, a former pastor of the Baptist church, from the words 1 CONC , "Fear not, nor be dismayed, be strong and of good courage 1 CONC " --- Josh. 10-25. 1 CONT 1 CONT (RCL notes: See the notes for his brother Cornelius. It i 1 CONC s well documented that Cornelius accompanied Rufus from Roc 1 CONC hester to Marshal in 1834. However, since I have never fou 1 CONC nd any records of Cornelius in Washington, Rensselaer, or M 1 CONC onroe Counties, it is possible that spent some of his yout 1 CONC h on Long Island with his relatives there. There are many r 1 CONC ecords in Calhoun County that indicate Cornelius was ther 1 CONC e from about to 1834 to 1858. Finally, the reference to th 1 CONC e "Long Island Barton" was very probably meant to be the Lo 1 CONC ng Island Osborns where many remained in and around East Ha 1 CONC mpton even to current times. The Barton line moved directl 1 CONC y from Rhode Island to Washington County, NY in the late 17 1 CONC 90s.) 0 @I3142@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1813 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A874924F631B48E5A9D24BE05B1ADCDD7C6C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F163@ 1 FAMC @F1267@ 1 NOTE @NI3142@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI3142@ NOTE 1 CONC I only became aware that Martha and Cornelius Osborn ha 1 CONC d a daughter named Martha when, in February, 1998, I foun 1 CONC d the 1897 edition of East Hampton History. With hindsight 1 CONC , it is logical that this Martha was already married and di 1 CONC d not immediately migrate from Monroe County, New York to C 1 CONC alhoun County, Michigan in 1835 with her widowed mother, si 1 CONC sters, and brothers. It is possible that I confused some o 1 CONC f the early land transactions of this Martha Osborn with he 1 CONC r mother Martha Barton Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is an interesting announcement in the December 22, 18 1 CONC 34 edition of the Rochester Daily Democrat. A Miss Marth 1 CONC a Osborn was married to Mr. Austin Peace in the First Bapti 1 CONC st Church in Rochester by the Rev. O. C. Comstock on the 21 1 CONC st. What makes this interesting is that on September 5, 183 1 CONC 6 Austin Page of Rochester was the special guardian of Rufu 1 CONC s Osborn, under 21, in the sale for $250 of a parcel of lan 1 CONC d on the east side of Spring Street (one acre) to Tilly All 1 CONC en. Was Austin Page and Austin Peace the same person? I 1 CONC s this the same Martha Osborn as the probable mother of Ruf 1 CONC us? We do know that on April 4, 1836 Martha Osborn of th 1 CONC e City of Rochester also sold to Tilly Allen for $1,000 al 1 CONC l subdivision lots 23, 24, 25, and 26 on a map of the sout 1 CONC h part of town lot 63. Each lot was one acre with 8 rods o 1 CONC n Spring Street and 20 rods deep. 1 CONT 1 CONT (It turns out that Austin Page and Austin Peace were not th 1 CONC e same person. However, Austin Peace did marry a Martha Os 1 CONC born and apparently had six children with her. They late 1 CONC r moved to Jackson, Michigan. He died there on September 9 1 CONC th, 1850 of congestion of the brain. He was one of the pro 1 CONC prietors of the Merchants and Millers Transportation Compan 1 CONC y. 0 @I3143@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1816 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C412BED20525459AB167589244F91929F0E4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F1267@ 0 @I3145@ INDI 1 NAME Julia /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Julia 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1821 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2D0833F0BC1E447C833C73A3C39F4F930B17 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F1267@ 0 @I3146@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Barton/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Jul 1785 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Feb 1853 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID F2E2C5C7E9154DFEAB5158DE86FB21CE4B10 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Martha Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1267@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI3146@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI3146@ NOTE 1 CONC Martha is assumed to be the mother of Cornelius and Rufus b 1 CONC ased on land records and census records that place them al 1 CONC l near each other. (In 1835 and 1836 she and Rufus both own 1 CONC ed property on Spring Street in Rochester. Spring is onl 1 CONC y a couple blocks long.) In fact, in the 1850 census, sh 1 CONC e at age 64 is living with Rufus and his family. That cens 1 CONC us record indicates she was born in Rhode Island. 1 CONT 1 CONT Since Martha was born in Rhode Island and we know that he 1 CONC r daughter-in-law Emma Barton's grandfather Nathan S. Barto 1 CONC n was also born in Rhode Island, this may account for the s 1 CONC tatement made by Emma Batchelder (in Cornelius's notes) tha 1 CONC t Cornelius Osborn and Sidney Barton were second cousins 1 CONC . This would follow if this Martha and Nathan S. Barton we 1 CONC re first cousins. 1 CONT 1 CONT She must have had considerable money when she came to Calho 1 CONC un County in 1836. Between 1837 and 1839 she was involved i 1 CONC n the purchase of three parcels of land. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1839 and 1841 she sold two parcels of land to Rufus Osbo 1 CONC rn in Calhoun County. 1 CONT 1 CONT All of this was confirmed in 1998 when I found the 1953 edi 1 CONC tion of East Hampton History and the detailed Osborn geneal 1 CONC ogy contained therein. However, this book had one mistake i 1 CONC n it that almost lead me on a wild goose chase. The Osbor 1 CONC n genealogy indicated that Stephen Osborn married Martha Ba 1 CONC ker. To complicate things, the book also had a detailed Ba 1 CONC ker genealogy in it. Fortunately, I could not find a Marth 1 CONC a Baker that fit the time and place. Almost immediately i 1 CONC t dawned on me that this Martha could not be a descendant o 1 CONC f the East Hampton Baker line since, as I said above, late 1 CONC r census records indicated she had been born in Rhode Islan 1 CONC d. 1 CONT 1 CONT I promptly checked the 1790 Rhode Island census records an 1 CONC d found a Jessee Baker listed only a few lines from Rufus B 1 CONC arton in Warren, Bristol County. This is where the wild go 1 CONC ose chase would have really begun! 1 CONT 1 CONT Fortunately, for some reason, I decided to check out an old 1 CONC er version of East Hampton History which was compiled by Ju 1 CONC dge Henry P. Hedges in 1897. The Mesa, AZ Family History C 1 CONC enter had a microfilm copy of the text. It was dark and un 1 CONC readable in spots, but its account of the Osborn genealog 1 CONC y indicated that Stephen Osborn had moved to Lansingburgh 1 CONC , NY and had married Martha Barton. Since Rufus and Prudenc 1 CONC e Barton had also moved to Lansingburgh about this same tim 1 CONC e, I checked and they in fact had a daughter named Martha b 1 CONC orn in 1895. This matched the later census age of the Mart 1 CONC ha that apparently was the mother of our Cornelius. All o 1 CONC f this was almost immediately confirmed when I found a micr 1 CONC ofilm copy of marriage notices posted in the Lansingburgh G 1 CONC azette. The September 15, 1812 edition clearly indicated o 1 CONC n page 3, column 5 that Martha Barton and Stephen Osborn we 1 CONC re married there on September 12, 1812. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thus, after many years of searching, we have finally prove 1 CONC d the statements made in the notes prepared by Emma Batchel 1 CONC der in the 1960s that Sidney Barton and Cornelius Osborn we 1 CONC re second cousins and Charles Osborn and Emily Barton wer 1 CONC e 3rd cousins. 1 CONT 1 CONT In about 1839 Martha received 240 acres from the Governmen 1 CONC t Land Office in Tekonsha Twp Section 32. 1 CONT 1 CONT In Calhoun County Index to Deeds, Book 1, Jan 25, 1838, sol 1 CONC d property in Section 32 to her nephew William S. Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Martha's 1840 entry in the 1840 federal census for Tekonsh 1 CONC a Twp, Calhoun County, MI indicates a girl under 5, a boy 5 1 CONC <10, a girl 10<15, a male 20<30, and apparently herself i 1 CONC n her fifties. The adult male is probably her son Rufus an 1 CONC d the girl under 5 is Rufus's daughter Catherine. I have n 1 CONC o idea who the girl 10<15 is. 0 @I3311@ INDI 1 NAME Marjorie Lynn /Jones/ 2 GIVN Marjorie Lynn 2 SURN Jones 1 SEX F 1 _UID 707D48C1957C4781B391961E5A404AAC57C0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMS @F1354@ 0 @I3313@ INDI 1 NAME Kayla Lynn /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Kayla Lynn 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Nov 1990 2 PLAC Albany, Albany, New York 1 _UID AD6DA4A671EF41E1A701BDCB1A2D49DD839F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:51 1 FAMC @F1354@ 0 @I3689@ INDI 1 NAME Irene /Perry/ 2 GIVN Irene 2 SURN Perry 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 7BD1A74787AE42E4BA8F802147086237679F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 Dec 2008 3 TIME 15:41 1 FAMS @F1539@ 1 NOTE @NI3689@ 0 @NI3689@ NOTE 1 CONC There is a family tree in Ancestry.com that shows a Lillia 1 CONC m Irene Perry, born 4 Mar 1900 in Oakdale, California. Sh 1 CONC e married George Osborne on 12 December 1917 and married Ji 1 CONC m St Clair on 4 December 1931. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her parents were John Francis Perry (1858-1942) and Louann 1 CONC a Rose Stanley (1869-1953) 1 CONT 1 CONT Childrend listed are Stanley Osborne and James St Clair. 0 @I3690@ INDI 1 NAME Stanley /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Stanley 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Jul 1920 2 PLAC , , Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Jan 2002 2 PLAC Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska 1 _UID 6804707C3E854EB998BAA1EC3EFE8BEDB581 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 Dec 2008 3 TIME 15:49 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Stanley Osborne.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Stanley Osborne Children ca 1965.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1541@ 1 FAMS @F1542@ 1 FAMC @F1539@ 1 NOTE @NI3690@ 0 @NI3690@ NOTE 1 CONC The June 1, 1938 Reno Evening Gazette reported the Yeringto 1 CONC n Class to Graduate Friday - Yerington -Thirty five senior 1 CONC s will receive their diplomas from the high school here o 1 CONC n Friday evening at commencement exercises to be held at Ri 1 CONC nk hall. This is one of the largest classes ever to graduat 1 CONC e from the local high school. The graduating class include 1 CONC d Stanley Osborne and his cousin Earl Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT I met Stanley Osborne at Earl Osborne's 75th birthday. H 1 CONC e told me (RCL) he had graduated from Yerington High Schoo 1 CONC l in 1938 and had gone to Alaska in 1940. He remained ther 1 CONC e for 47 years. His occupation there was as a merchant mar 1 CONC ine. He and I reminisced about the earthquake there in 19 1 CONC 64. 1 CONT 1 CONT He indicated he had one half brother, St. Clair, from his m 1 CONC other's second marriage. 1 CONT 1 CONT He currently resides in a nursing home in Yerington, NV. 1 CONT 1 CONT STANLEY V OSBORNE 28 Jul 1920 18 Jan 2002 (P) 99515 (Anchor 1 CONC age, Anchorage, AK ) (none specified) 541-14-7037 Oregon 0 @I3786@ INDI 1 NAME Derald Wayne /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Derald Wayne 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Dec 1956 2 PLAC Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico, USA 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Derald the Runner 2 NOTE Derald had severe asthma as a child and still sufferes fro 3 CONC m its effects. He runs almost daily to build up his strengt 3 CONC h. Annually he participates in the San Diego triathlon wher 3 CONC e he must run, swim, and bicycle (1K Swim, 30K Bike, 10K Ru 3 CONC n.) 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt Running.jpg 3 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 _UID DF2E11D52A4C4440923E3EFB19D0217373AB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 Sep 2008 3 TIME 20:01 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt Running.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald and his mother.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Users\Roy\Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy C. Leggitt\Derald and his dad.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt 1956.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald's Supper.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald & Elaine1957.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt's High School Pictures.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Derald Leggitt - Jun 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4627@ 1 FAMC @F1@ 1 NOTE @NI3786@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI3786@ NOTE 1 CONC Derald, being an Air Force brat attended schools based on h 1 CONC is father's assignments. He attended schools in Alaska, Mis 1 CONC sissippi, Iowa, Georgia, Belgium, Oklahoma, and California. 1 CONT 1 CONT After completing high school in 1975, Derald joined the Uni 1 CONC ted States Army. However, during his basic training at For 1 CONC t Ord, CA, he broke his arm. His class was the last to b 1 CONC e conducted at Fort Ord, therefore, he was offered a traini 1 CONC ng discharge rather than transferring to another training f 1 CONC acility on the east coast. 1 CONT 1 CONT After his discharge from the Army, Derald completed a two y 1 CONC ear degree and was awarded his Associate of Arts in Photogr 1 CONC aphy from Palomar Junior College. 1 CONT 1 CONT Since 1993 Derald has been the store manager for The Soun 1 CONC d Company, a high-end, customized audio component sales org 1 CONC anization in San Diego, California. 1 CONT 1 CONT By 2007 Derald became disenchanted with his employer in Sa 1 CONC n Diego. He and his new bride Kimberly relocated to the Ral 1 CONC eigh, North Carolina area. They kept and rented their hom 1 CONC e in San Diego and bought a nearly new home near Raleigh 1 CONC . He is working as a retail consultant for a very large au 1 CONC dio component store, AudioAdvice, in Raleigh and Kimberly w 1 CONC ill be able to resume her beautician trade (her Ohio licens 1 CONC e was not valid in California but it is in North Carolina.) 0 @I3986@ INDI 1 NAME Harriet /Cone/ 2 GIVN Harriet 2 SURN Cone 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A4543E8140FC4E148A429AC7D826018D0EAF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F1673@ 0 @I4211@ INDI 1 NAME Amy /Stephenson/ 2 GIVN Amy 2 SURN Stephenson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Oct 1984 1 _UID C666AB3268C648268FBA5A9924765E270042 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 Jul 2008 3 TIME 18:45 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Amy Stephenson - 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4089@ 1 NOTE @NI4211@ 0 @NI4211@ NOTE 1 CONC In 2007 Amy shares a home with her sister-in-law Sarah in R 1 CONC onkonkoma, NY on Long Island while her husband is in Iraq 1 CONC . However, in anticipation of Alan's unit returning to For 1 CONC t Richardson, Alaska in December, Amy is returning to Ancho 1 CONC rage to set up their apartment. 1 CONT 1 CONT Amy did return to Anchorage and met Alan upon his return t 1 CONC o Fort Richardson from his tour in Iraq. 1 CONT 1 CONT In June 2008 Amy accompanied Alan to his reassignment to Fo 1 CONC rt Polk, Louisiana. 0 @I4399@ INDI 1 NAME Carlton Derald /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Carlton Derald 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 May 1914 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Jun 1987 2 PLAC Escondido, San Diego, California 1 _UID F2584D6748D347A1B937FC1102BA02631FBC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Carl Eveland.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Carl Eveland 2.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\carl eveland in 1944.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1818@ 1 NOTE @NI4399@ 0 @NI4399@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Eveland family records. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Birth Index at the Waverly Bremer County Courthouse ind 1 CONC icates Carlton's birth as May 8, 1914. 1 CONT 1 CONT Carl served in World War II. His archived service record in 1 CONC dicated: 1 CONT 1 CONT ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 37684287 37684287 1 CONT NAME EVELAND#CARLTON#E####### EVELAND#CARLTON#E####### 1 CONT RESIDENCE: STATE 72 IOWA 1 CONT RESIDENCE: COUNTY 013 BLACK HAWK 1 CONT PLACE OF ENLISTMENT 7214 CP DODGE HERROLD IOWA 1 CONT DATE OF ENLISTMENT DAY 14 14 1 CONT DATE OF ENLISTMENT MONTH 01 01 1 CONT DATE OF ENLISTMENT YEAR 44 44 1 CONT GRADE: ALPHA DESIGNATION PVT# Private 1 CONT GRADE: CODE 8 Private 1 CONT BRANCH: ALPHA DESIGNATION NO# No branch assignment 1 CONT BRANCH: CODE 02 No branch assignment 1 CONT FIELD USE AS DESIRED # # 1 CONT TERM OF ENLISTMENT 5 Enlistment for the duration of the Wa 1 CONC r or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discr 1 CONC etion of the President or otherwise according to law 1 CONT LONGEVITY ### ### 1 CONT SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL 0 Civil Life 1 CONT NATIVITY 72 IOWA 1 CONT YEAR OF BIRTH 14 14 1 CONT RACE AND CITIZENSHIP 1 White, citizen 1 CONT EDUCATION 3 3 years of high school 1 CONT CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 736 TRACKTOR DRIVER* or TRUCK DRIVER 1 CONC , HEAVY or CHAUFFEUR or TRUCK DRIVER, LIGHT 1 CONT MARITAL STATUS 2 Married 1 CONT COMPONENT OF THE ARMY 7 Selectees (Enlisted Men) 1 CONT CARD NUMBER # # 1 CONT BOX NUMBER 1249 1249 1 CONT FILM REEL NUMBER 6.15# 6.15# 1 CONT 1 CONT Carl worked for the local John Deere manufacturing plant an 1 CONC d retired from there. In his later years he and Grace live 1 CONC d in Janesville, Iowa. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the late 1970's Carl suffered a severe brain hemorrhage 1 CONC . The doctors in Waverly effectively told the family that C 1 CONC arl was brain dead. Elaine and Laverne had flown in to b 1 CONC e with him. Vern insisted on transporting Carl to the May 1 CONC o Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. There they were able t 1 CONC o stabilize him. However, he was restricted to a wheel cha 1 CONC ir the rest of his life. 1 CONT 1 CONT Prior to his brain hemorrhage Carl was an extremely witty a 1 CONC nd funny man. People gathered around him to be entertaine 1 CONC d and shocked by his often tall tales and iconoclastic humo 1 CONC r. Although his family knew a more abrasive and grouchy sid 1 CONC e of his personality, they were also very devoted to him. C 1 CONC arl could always delight an audience and was generally ver 1 CONC y well liked by most people. 1 CONT 1 CONT In about 1982 he and Grace moved to California to be near E 1 CONC laine. For a short period they moved back to Iowa, but sho 1 CONC rtly returned to Escondido, California. 1 CONT 1 CONT Elaine was able to enjoy her father before her death in 198 1 CONC 4. 1 CONT 1 CONT Carl is listed as C. EVELAND in the Social Security Death I 1 CONC ndex: 483-09-0480. 0 @I4410@ INDI 1 NAME Ethalyn Rose /Montross/ 2 GIVN Ethalyn Rose 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Feb 1917 2 PLAC Washington Twp, Bremer, Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Jul 1989 2 PLAC Waverly, Bremer, Iowa 1 BURI 2 PLAC Harlington Cem, Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID AF23A5D860C940839BEDA4F870ACFE47C043 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\rose montross.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1818@ 1 FAMC @F1838@ 1 NOTE @NI4410@ 0 @NI4410@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Eveland family records. 1 CONT 1 CONT ETHELYN R PHELPS 12 Feb 1917 29 Jul 1989 (not specified) (n 1 CONC one specified) 479-12-1897 Iowa 0 @I4444@ INDI 1 NAME Percy M. /Montross/ 2 GIVN Percy M. 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Apr 1884 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 Jun 1945 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 BURI 2 PLAC Harlington, Washington Twp, Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID 74EB669DCD734C1AAC1DA5F9EA99382E58F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Dec 2008 3 TIME 14:16 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Percy Montross.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1838@ 1 FAMC @F3512@ 1 NOTE @NI4444@ 0 @NI4444@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Eveland family records. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bremer County Genealogical Society May - 1983 indicates 1 CONC : burial in Harlington Cemetery, Washington Twp Sec #2 i 1 CONC n lot G 1 L 438 Sec H. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1920 Federal Census soundex for Iowa listed Percy A. Mo 1 CONC ntrose 35 with wife Leah 28, and daughter Evelyn 2 1/12 1 CONC . I did not have time to check the actual census (see Brem 1 CONC er County, ED 48, Sheet 5, Line 81.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Bremer County Record of Deaths Book 2, page 314, sequen 1 CONC ce number 6 indicated he was born Apr 22, 1884 in Butler Co 1 CONC unty, Iowa. His father was Alpheus M. Montross, born in Ja 1 CONC nesville, Iowa. His mother was Julie Gould also born in Ja 1 CONC nesville, Iowa. He died from a bleeding stomach ulcer. 1 CONT 1 CONT His granddaughter Elaine had always told me he was a very m 1 CONC ild mannered man. However, I did find one reference to th 1 CONC e quantary: 1 CONT 1 CONT Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - September 29, 1932, Wa 1 CONC terloo ... 1 CONT ... Information has been filed in the court of justice EA S 1 CONC chiefelbein by Mrs Elma McRoberts against Percy Montross ch 1 CONC arging him with assault with intent to ... 1 CONT 1 CONT I didn't spend the $12.00 to read the complete article. 0 @I4455@ INDI 1 NAME Leah Ernestine "Slim" /Bennett/ 2 GIVN Leah Ernestine "Slim" 2 SURN Bennett 2 NICK Slim 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Mar 1891 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1970 2 PLAC , Waverly, Bremer, Iowa 1 BURI 2 PLAC Harlington, Washington Twp, Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID C4187E957D254CF1A6B3250ACB28E8B0E14A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Slim Montross.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Slim Montross 2.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1838@ 1 NOTE @NI4455@ 0 @NI4455@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Eveland family records. 1 CONT 1 CONT Slim was alive and very active while I was stationed at Wav 1 CONC erly Air Force Station in 1954 and 55. While I was oversea 1 CONC s in 1961-62 she babysat for Derald and Alan on many occasi 1 CONC ons while Elaine was living in Waverly. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bremer County Genealogical Society May - 1983 which list 1 CONC s cemetery plots indicates: 1 CONT 1 CONT Bessmer,Albert D.age772-6-1945G6L130Blk6 1 CONT Anna G. (Mrs.)age788-26-1943G6L130Blk6 1 CONT Lena (Mrs.)age924-24-1944G2L91Blk12 1 CONT 1 CONT It could be very probably that Albert D. and Anna G. are Sl 1 CONC im's parents and Lena her aunt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bremer County Genealogical Society May - 1983 indicates 1 CONC : burial in Harlington Cemetery, Washington Twp Sec #2 i 1 CONC n lot G 1 L 438 Sec H, along side Percy. 1 CONT 1 CONT The social security death index indicates her birth and dea 1 CONC th dates. It also indicates her resident ZIP code as 50677 1 CONC . The entry name is Leah Montross, SSAN 481-20-4888. 1 CONT 1 CONT For future research, the 1899 Waverly City Directory lists: 1 CONT Bessmer, A. tmstr, r n Washington. 1 CONT Bessmer, Anna, r n Jackson 1 CONT Bessmer, J. M. police, r n Jackson 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1913 Waverly City Directory lists: 1 CONT Bessmer, Albert, wfe Anna, ins agt, r 123 N Walnut 1 CONT Bessmer, Carlyle, studt Grinnell, r 123 N Walnut 1 CONT Bessmer Mrs Christina, wid J D, r E city limits 1 CONT Bessmer Edward, lab, r 516 N Oak 1 CONT Bessmer George, r 123 N Walnut 1 CONT Bessmer Miss Isabelle, tchr, r E city limits 1 CONT Bessmer J M, wfe Lena, mason, r 516 N Oak 1 CONT Bessmer Will, wks Well Fargo Express, r 123 N Walnut 1 CONT Montross Miss Louise, r 408 Monroe 1 CONT Montross Perry, wfe Leah, r road E of W Water, S 1 CONT 1 CONT During a visit to Waverly in 1997 I found that Leah's maide 1 CONC n name had been Bennett, not Bessmer. Her marriage licens 1 CONC e clearly indicates Bennett. The 1910 might provide the cl 1 CONC ue to why. Household 121 in the Bremer County, Waverly Tow 1 CONC nship is headed by Christina Bessmer, age 63. Also listed i 1 CONC n the household is Cora Bennett, age 37 and daughter of Chr 1 CONC istina Bessmer. Leah Bennett, age 19 is listed as Cora's g 1 CONC randdaughter and her profession is indicated as teacher. C 1 CONC ora's sister Isabelle is also listed as a daughter of Cora. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her marriage certificate to Percy Montross on January 4, 19 1 CONC 13 at age 21 indicates her father as Edward Bennett and mot 1 CONC her as Cora Bessmer. Therefore either Edward Bennett had di 1 CONC ed by 1910 or he and Cora had separated by then and were li 1 CONC ving with Leah's grandmother. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Bremer County Death Records Book 4, page 232, sequenc 1 CONC e number 2 indicates Leah Ernestine Montross was born 22 Ma 1 CONC r 1891. She died 8 Feb 1970 in Waverly. Her father was E 1 CONC . L. Bennett and her mother was Cora Bessmer. She died fro 1 CONC m arteriosclerocis mid-cerebrial artery thrombosis with rig 1 CONC ht hemiplegia for three weeks. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: 1 CONT 1 CONT MONTROSS, LEAH 481-20-4888 (IA) b. 22 Mar 1891 d. Feb 197 1 CONC 0 last residence 50677 (Plainfield, Bremer, IA) 0 @I4879@ INDI 1 NAME Alan Clarke /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Alan Clarke 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Oct 1959 2 PLAC Biloxi, Jackson, Mississippi 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 68D59F2F61834F4BA638E09D891AF7F27051 1 CHAN 2 DATE 4 Jul 2008 3 TIME 07:13 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt Oct 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Baby Footprints.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Baby Picture.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt 1976.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt - Aug 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1976@ 1 FAMC @F1@ 1 NOTE @NI4879@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI4879@ NOTE 1 CONC After high school, Alan worked in construction and ultimate 1 CONC ly received his contractors license. During the building r 1 CONC ecession in the early 1980s, Alan joined the United State 1 CONC s Army as a combat engineer. He served most of his four ye 1 CONC ar tour at Karlruhe, Germany. 1 CONT 1 CONT After his discharge from the army, Alan continued his activ 1 CONC ities in the construction industry. 0 @I5787@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Ellen /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary Ellen 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Jan 1845 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Jun 1914 2 PLAC Sparks, Washoe, Nevada 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 _UID 9A5AC031C2754876BAFE1718EFFBC60A7BFF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2313@ 1 FAMS @F2312@ 1 FAMS @F4332@ 1 FAMC @F497@ 1 NOTE @NI5787@ 0 @NI5787@ NOTE 1 CONC From the Florence Ellis material: 1 CONT 1 CONT Sparks, Nevada June 18, 1914 1 CONT 1 CONT By the death of Mary E. Borland at Sparks, Nevada last wee 1 CONC k another pioneer resident of Nevada has joined the silen 1 CONC t majority. Mrs. Borland was the daughter of Cornelius Osbo 1 CONC rne and Matilda Aldridge, and was born at Tekonsha, Michiga 1 CONC n on January 17, 1845. She lived in the vicinity for sixtee 1 CONC n years and then, with her father and brother Charles joine 1 CONC d a party of twenty two and crossed the Plains to Stanislau 1 CONC s Co., California in 1860. The last white settler at that t 1 CONC ime was left 125 miles west of Omaha, Neb. and the next wa 1 CONC s found two miles east of Reno, Nevada. In April 1865 she r 1 CONC eturned to Michigan, traveling by steamer via Panama to Ne 1 CONC w York and arriving there in time to see the City draped i 1 CONC n mourning for Abraham Lincoln, and witnessed the returnin 1 CONC g of the footsore and weary battalions of the Civil War. O 1 CONC n July 18, 1868, she married Simon Swartwout, and to them w 1 CONC as born Mary, now Mrs. W. D. Huffman of Andrews, Oregon. I 1 CONC n 1874, after the death of her husband, she came to her fat 1 CONC her in Mason Valley, and her taught school until she marrie 1 CONC d Andrew Greeley in 1876. There was born to this wedding Pa 1 CONC ul, Andrew and Julia, now Mrs. W. R. McGowan, who resides i 1 CONC n Mason Valley at the present time. Mrs. Greeley was one o 1 CONC f the pioneers of this valley until 1884 when she moved t 1 CONC o Lovelock to reside. There she met and married John W. Bor 1 CONC land. George was their only child. They traveled by team t 1 CONC o Harney Valley in 1886 and reside there till the time of h 1 CONC er late illness. After a long illness from heart trouble sh 1 CONC e passed away at the home of her son Paul, in Sparks, Nevad 1 CONC a on the 18th of June 1914. The internment took place in Re 1 CONC no. Mrs. McGowan was with her some weeks before her death 1 CONC , and Charles Osborne of this valley attended the funeral. 1 CONT 1 CONT PIONEER NEVADA WOMAN PASSES 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Mary E. Borland succumbs at the home of her son in Spa 1 CONC rks, Nevada -- brief illness. Mrs. Mary E. Borland of Burns 1 CONC , Oregon died yesterday at the home of her son P. S. Greele 1 CONC y in Sparks after an illness of several months. She is surv 1 CONC ived by three sons and two daughters, Mrs. W. D. Huffman o 1 CONC f Andrews, Ore., Mrs. W. R. McGowan of Yerington, Nevada Pa 1 CONC ul S. Greeley of Sparks, Nevada, Andrew L. Greeley of Rockv 1 CONC ille, Oregon and George Greeley of Burns, Oregon. She als 1 CONC o leaves two brothers N. D. Osborne of Battle Creek, Michig 1 CONC an and C. B. Osborne of Yerington, Nevada. She was a nativ 1 CONC e of Michigan and age 69 years. Mrs. Borland was a pionee 1 CONC r of Nevada. In 1874 she moved to Mason Valley, where she t 1 CONC aught school for two years, until her marriage to A. L. Gre 1 CONC eley of Virginia City, Nevada in 1876. After the death of M 1 CONC r. Greeley she moved to Lovelock, Nevada and married in tha 1 CONC t city to John Borland. The family later moved to Oregon wh 1 CONC ere Mrs. Borland continued to live until her recent illness 1 CONC . A week ago she requested that she be brought to Sparks, N 1 CONC evada to the home of her son and she arrived in the neighbo 1 CONC ring city June 12. 1 CONT 1 CONT HARVEY COUNTY NEWS MAY 18, 1896 1 CONT 1 CONT On the 8th inst. the residence of Mrs. Borland on the Islan 1 CONC d near Embre bridge was burned to the ground, and almost ev 1 CONC erything it contained was consumed. The fire was supposed t 1 CONC o have been caused by the explosion of a lamp. Mrs. Borland 1 CONC , after having lit the lamp went out to the corral to do th 1 CONC e evening milking, and was gone but a few minutes. When sh 1 CONC e returned and opened the door the house was already in a s 1 CONC heet of flame. It was impossible to save anything. Beside 1 CONC s all the household furniture there was about $150.00 dolla 1 CONC rs in money destroyed, and a great many articles of value b 1 CONC elonging to Joseph Hill, who usually made his home there. T 1 CONC he fire was a great calamity to the widow and her family a 1 CONC s it almost left them entirely destitute. Some of the neigh 1 CONC bors came to Burns and got them some help for the distresse 1 CONC d family in the shape of goods and groceries, and a littl 1 CONC e money which was donated by our citizens. 0 @I5543@ INDI 1 NAME Ellen Lucinda /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Ellen Lucinda 2 SURN Osborne 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Jan 1913 2 PLAC Osborne Ranch, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 May 1987 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID E2D6654CEB0C4A41B62F621EB3CB88C3199C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:08 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Ellen Osborne Nov 1985.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone Sceirine.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2227@ 1 FAMC @F662@ 1 NOTE @NI5543@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5543@ NOTE 1 CONC The November 2nd, 1929 edition of the Reno Evening Gazett 1 CONC e contained an article entitled Yerington News in Brief For 1 CONC m. It mentioned the Masonic Ladies' Aid Society held thei 1 CONC r regular social at the church last Friday. The spirit of H 1 CONC allowe'en was carried out in the games and decorations an 1 CONC d the refreshments. Those enjoying the afternoon were Mesda 1 CONC mes George Batchelder, A. J. Van Fleet, H. A. Van Fleet, Ea 1 CONC rl Wilson, S. O. Dykes, I. S. Dickson, H. Forbush, C. Fanni 1 CONC ng, Grace Osborne, Rev. and Mrs. Marston, and the Misses El 1 CONC len Osborne and Isabelle Moore. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl Osborne said Ellen was the book keeper and a good busi 1 CONC ness person in her own right, therefore at Jack's death sh 1 CONC e was able to manage the ranches. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her hobbies were painting ceramics especially antique colle 1 CONC cting. Her house had the appearance of a small museum or an 1 CONC tique shop. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the March 5th, 1949 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette 1 CONC , an article entitled Textile Painting is Demonstrated at C 1 CONC lub Meeting. Yerington - Textile painting featured the rece 1 CONC nt meeting of the Home and Arts club held at the home of Jo 1 CONC sephine Manha recently. Mrs. Winnie Ricci was co-hostess, a 1 CONC nd during the business meeting the group contributed to th 1 CONC e March of Dimes Drive. Refreshments were served to Mesdame 1 CONC s Marion McKenzie, Rolene Guild, Rose Minister, Ann Black 1 CONC , Florence Bucknam, Louise Burr, Helen Rosaschi, Mary Aiazz 1 CONC i, Ruth Baker, Enid Menesini, Grace Bauman, Beula James, Co 1 CONC rrine Wastun, Jessica Miller, Jeannie Osborne, Ellen Scieri 1 CONC ne, Florence Tamangi, Margaret Bonino, Elsene Dominici, Ger 1 CONC trude Dini, Gertrude Pursel, Zera Marquiss, Mary Ann Morgan 1 CONC , Polly Page and Miss Madge Elder, county extension agent 1 CONC , who gave the demonstration on textile painting. 1 CONT 1 CONT A 1958 article in the Nevada State Journal discussed the di 1 CONC splaying of rugs made by Mrs. Jack Sceirine of Yerington Sh 1 CONC osonean, similar to Navajo weaving, and made of discarded w 1 CONC earing apparel. Darlene recalls her Aunt Ellen making man 1 CONC y quilts for charity auctions. Darlene still has one of the 1 CONC m. 1 CONT 1 CONT A 1964 article in the that newspaper indicated that Mrs. Ja 1 CONC ck Sceirine was the vice president of the Western Nevada Co 1 CONC wBelles, an organization of women interested in the welfar 1 CONC e of the beef industry. 1 CONT 1 CONT While Stanley and Jackie were in their teens the family ban 1 CONC d played for dances at Bridgeport, California, Ellen on gui 1 CONC tar, Jack on banjo, and both boys played accordions. 0 @I5554@ INDI 1 NAME Roy Edwin /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Roy Edwin 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 May 1917 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Mar 2005 2 PLAC Reno, Washoe, Nevada 2 CAUS Roy died of liver and kidney failure related to long time urinary track problems. 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID BFEA106896C94572AA011C13814BC230CF24 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 Aug 2008 3 TIME 06:45 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Roy Osborne 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Roy Osborne WWII.jpg 2 TITL Roy Osborne in his P-51 during WWII. 2 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Lt. Roy Osborne.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Roy Osborne's Hero Wall.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\1st Lt. Roy Osborne.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2228@ 1 FAMC @F662@ 1 NOTE @NI5554@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI5554@ NOTE 1 CONC The Reno Evening Gazette (Reno Nevada) June 2, 1934, had a 1 CONC n article "Birthday Party Given for Boy": Yerington, NV. 1 CONC , June 2 - Honoring her grandson, Lowell, on his sixteent 1 CONC h birthday, Mrs. Bertha Hillygus entertained Mr. and Mrs. F 1 CONC . A. Hilligus, Dr. and Mrs. Rathbun, Mrs Nelly Logan, Mrs 1 CONC . Grace McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. Ted McGowan, Roy Osborne, Phe 1 CONC lps Osborn, Ed Hilligus, Frank Robinson, George Chnurchyard 1 CONC , Joe and John Gomi, Andrew Rosachi and Louis Menesisn. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Reno Evening Gazette May 29, 1937, had an article "Dash 1 CONC iell Speaker at Graduation in Mason" said that the progra 1 CONC m included "remembrance," saxaphone duet by Dell Farrell an 1 CONC d Roy Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT His archived service record indicated: 1 CONT ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 19052763 19052763 1 CONT NAME OSBORNE#ROY#E########### OSBORNE#ROY#E########### 1 CONT RESIDENCE: STATE 94 NEVADA 1 CONT RESIDENCE: COUNTY 019 LYON 1 CONT PLACE OF ENLISTMENT 9175 SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 1 CONT DATE OF ENLISTMENT DAY 10 10 1 CONT DATE OF ENLISTMENT MONTH 06 06 1 CONT DATE OF ENLISTMENT YEAR 41 41 1 CONT GRADE: ALPHA DESIGNATION PVT# Private 1 CONT GRADE: CODE 8 Private 1 CONT BRANCH: ALPHA DESIGNATION AC# Air Corps 1 CONT BRANCH: CODE 20 Air Corps 1 CONT FIELD USE AS DESIRED # # 1 CONT TERM OF ENLISTMENT 0 Undefined Code 1 CONT LONGEVITY ### ### 1 CONT SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL 0 Civil Life 1 CONT NATIVITY 76 NEBRASKA 1 CONT YEAR OF BIRTH 17 17 1 CONT RACE AND CITIZENSHIP 1 White, citizen 1 CONT EDUCATION 4 4 years of high school 1 CONT CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 999 Undefined Code 1 CONT MARITAL STATUS 6 Single, without dependents 1 CONT COMPONENT OF THE ARMY 1 Regular Army (including Officers 1 CONC , Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) 1 CONT CARD NUMBER # # 1 CONT BOX NUMBER 0303 0303 1 CONT FILM REEL NUMBER 3.25# 3.25# 1 CONT 1 CONT After Roy was discharged from the Army Air Force in 1946 h 1 CONC e wrote the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy enlisted in the Army Air Corps in the summer of 1941. H 1 CONC e was NCO in charge of aircraft refueling until he entere 1 CONC d pilot training in early 1943. He graduated pilot trainin 1 CONC g in January 1944. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jean met Roy in Los Angeles in January 1944 after he had gr 1 CONC aduated from Williams Field at Chandler, Arizona. He went o 1 CONC verseas in May 1944. During WWII, Roy flew P-38s and P-51 1 CONC s in the European Theater. He had a total of 38 combat miss 1 CONC ions in France and Belgium flying the P-38 and 21 combat mi 1 CONC ssions flying the P-51 in Germany. As can be seen from th 1 CONC e photo above, Roy received many medals and awards, includi 1 CONC ng the Air Medal with seven oak leaf clusters and the Frenc 1 CONC h Croix de Guerre with Silver Gilt Star. He returned in No 1 CONC vember 1945. After brief assignments in California, Arizona 1 CONC , and Texas, Roy returned to civilian life in June 1946. 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is what Roy wrote about his experiences in World War T 1 CONC wo: 1 CONT 1 CONT Left U.S for England 27 May 44 arriving June 10 at Liverpoo 1 CONC l. Assigned to 370th Fighter Group at Andover, England. A 1 CONC bout the 25th of June we moved to the first landing strip o 1 CONC n the French coast. We flew P-38's in close support of th 1 CONC e Infantry and held our end in St. Lo and the Falaie Gap 1 CONC . While Paris was being taken we flew long range wreckin 1 CONC g missions deep into Belgium, Holland and the out skirts o 1 CONC f Ruhr Valley. By winter we had a hard surfaced field in B 1 CONC elgium within easy reach of all German communications eas 1 CONC t of Berlin. The German Air Force paid us several visits a 1 CONC nd succeeded in keeping us pretty much on the alert. 1 CONT 1 CONT We were at Florennes, Belgium when Von Runstead made his dr 1 CONC ive and got within artillery range of our base. But for th 1 CONC e weather he would have cooked our goose. After eleven day 1 CONC s of fog we got a break and 36 P-38's knocked out over 40 1 CONC 0 of his machines in two hours. I got well acquainted wit 1 CONC h our tanks during the next 30 days up front directing th 1 CONC e fighter bombers. January in Belgium in 4 feet of snow i 1 CONC s not a pleasant time. Getting back to the outfit I lost a 1 CONC n engine near Berlin and spent 2 hours dodging the German A 1 CONC ir Force trying to get back. Thanks to my radio and our ra 1 CONC dar I lived to lose an engine tho two following days. 1 CONT 1 CONT I was so weary of war they sent me to the Mediterranean fo 1 CONC r a rest and a view of real sunshine. After a week I retur 1 CONC ned to find we had a flock of P-51's. I lived through th 1 CONC e trial period and the fourth hop was escorting British Lan 1 CONC e's dropping Block Busters on the Ruhr. Jerrie's jets kep 1 CONC t us pretty busy. With the capture of the Ruhr and Centra 1 CONC l Germany, we moved to Gutersloh in the central part of Ger 1 CONC many where we were when the end came. We later moved to Ma 1 CONC nheim where I saw Lowell Hillygus for a short visit. We la 1 CONC ter moved to Fritzlar, then Stuttgart. Here the 370th bro 1 CONC ke up and I was flown to England to board the Queen Mary fo 1 CONC r New York arriving 6 Oct 1945. Two days later was flown t 1 CONC o the West Coast to marry the girl who waited for my return. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jean met Roy in Los Angeles in January 1944 after he had gr 1 CONC aduated from Williams Field at Chandler, Arizona. He went o 1 CONC verseas in May 1944. During WWII, Roy flew P-38s and P-51 1 CONC s in the European Theater. He returned in November 1945. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Reno Evening Gazette November 23, 1945 in the Yeringto 1 CONC n Social Notes of Interest section said: Yerington, Miss Ge 1 CONC nevia Collier and Lt. Roy Osborne were married Saturday aft 1 CONC ernoon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bann 1 CONC . The Rev. Halsey Carstens officiated at the double ring ce 1 CONC remony in the presence of close friends and members of th 1 CONC e family. A reception was held that evening at the South-en 1 CONC d community hall. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy and Jean were married November 17, 1945. Roy remained i 1 CONC n the Air Force until November 1946. Jean traveled with hi 1 CONC m from base to base. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy and Jean moved onto the old Osborne homestead he had in 1 CONC herited in March 1948. When hay got down to $17.00 a ton 1 CONC , Roy began working at the Anaconda mine in Yerington, NV 1 CONC . For the last fifteen years he operated a ten yard capacit 1 CONC y clam shell gantry. While Roy worked at the mine, Jean too 1 CONC k over the irrigating and bucketed hay bales by hand and dr 1 CONC ove the tractor on the farm. Roy did the bailing hay and co 1 CONC rrected Jean's mistakes. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the May 6th 1953 edition, the Nevada State Journal repor 1 CONC ted in the Yerington Social Notes that Roy Osborne was inst 1 CONC alled as the junior vice commander for VFW Post 1094. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the September 13, 1955 edition of the Reno Evening Gazet 1 CONC te, in the Weed Heights section, "Mr. Roy Osborne has retur 1 CONC ned to his job at Weed Heights after being in the hospital." 1 CONT 1 CONT They sold the ranch in 1967 but kept the house and out buil 1 CONC dings on 3.7 acres. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy retired on July 28, 1978 when the mine closed down. 1 CONT 1 CONT For at least twenty years after his retirement, Roy ran a l 1 CONC og-splitting operation from his home, south of Yerington o 1 CONC n Osborne Lane. (According to his wife Jean, Osborne Lan 1 CONC e was laid out in the 1860s and it was still not paved in 1 1 CONC 998.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy's obituary is as follows: 1 CONT 1 CONT A service for Roy Edwin Osborne, 87, a lifetime Yerington r 1 CONC esident, will be at 10 a.ma Saturday at the Yerington Senio 1 CONC r Center, 177 Tilson Way. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Osborne died March 20, 2005, at Washoe Medical Center 1 CONC . He was born May 27, 1917, on a ranch in Yerington to Syd 1 CONC n ey Phelps and Grace Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT He Married Genevia Leora on Nov. 17, 1946. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Osborne was an electrical engineer. He was a member o 1 CONC f the Hall of Fame National P-38 Association. He read the e 1 CONC ncyclopedia for fun, and had a quest for knowledge. He serv 1 CONC ed in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and attended f 1 CONC light school. 1 CONT 1 CONT Among his survivors are his wife, son, Drew A.; and brother 1 CONC , Earl, all of Yerington; seven grandchildren; eight great- 1 CONC grandchildren; and numerous extended family members. 1 CONT 1 CONT Freitas Rupracht Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Mar 26, 2005 Mason Valley News had the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy Edwin Osborne passed away Sunday, March 20, 2005 at Was 1 CONC hoe Medical Center in Reno. He was 87. 1 CONT Mr. Osborne was born in Yerington on May 27, 1917 son of Sy 1 CONC dney and Grace Osborne. He has lived in the same house sinc 1 CONC e his birth. He graduated from Yerington High School. He wa 1 CONC s a P-38 and P-51 pilot in the United States Air Force duri 1 CONC ng WWII. He had received numerous medals from the U.S., an 1 CONC d earned the highest medal from France. He was a member o 1 CONC f the Hall of Fame National P-38 Association. After the ser 1 CONC vice, he was an electrical engineer. After retirement, he c 1 CONC ut and sold firewood. He read encyclopedias for fun and a q 1 CONC uest for knowledge. "He was the most intelligent man you'l 1 CONC l meet." 1 CONT He is survived by his wife, Genevia; son, Drew; brother, Ea 1 CONC rl Osborne, all of Yerington. He is also survived by seve 1 CONC n grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; numerous nieces 1 CONC , nephews, aunts and uncles. 1 CONT Memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Marc 1 CONC h 26, 2005 at the Senior Center in Yerington. 1 CONT Cremation arrangements were under the direction of Freita 1 CONC s Rupracht Funeral Home, 25 Hwy 208 in Yerington, Nevada, ( 1 CONC 775) 463-2911. 1 CONT 1 CONT ROY E OSBORNE 27 May 1917 20 Mar 2005 (V) 89447 (Yerington 1 CONC , Lyon, NV ) (none specified) 530-07-5494 Nevada 0 @I5565@ INDI 1 NAME Doris "Tommi" /Hansen/ 2 GIVN Doris "Tommi" 2 SURN Hansen 2 NICK Tommi 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Apr 1920 2 PLAC Sisseten, Roberts, South Dakota 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Apr 2009 2 PLAC Reno, Washoe, Nevada 2 CAUS Cardiac arrest following hip surgery 1 BURI 2 DATE 11 Apr 2009 2 PLAC Yerington Cem., Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID C8D6071A9B054192832C7B1555284992C96C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 May 2009 3 TIME 14:50 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Tommi abt 1997.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\tomi osborne 2002.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Tommi Doris Hansen.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4@ 1 NOTE @NI5565@ 0 @NI5565@ NOTE 1 CONC This was prepared by Tommi Osborne in April 1998: 1 CONT 1 CONT Born 8 Apr 1920 on the "Miller Ranch" - wherever that was 1 CONC . I've a few sketchy memories of hearing the adults talkin 1 CONC g of the Sioux Indians eating our big malamute dog. The ran 1 CONC ch was across from the Indian reservation. I was impresse 1 CONC d as only a three year old could be. 1 CONT 1 CONT Other memories are of traveling in a huge car - Scripts-Boo 1 CONC th I think. We left the dairy (and Indians) when I was fiv 1 CONC e to "find a good climate for mother." Actually I believe w 1 CONC e became the first members to the "moving of America" albei 1 CONC t early. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have fine juvenile like memories of the hurricane in Alab 1 CONC ama - about 1927, the "crash of 1929 when we became suddenl 1 CONC y "poor" and attending several schools in one year. (Gary l 1 CONC ater correct this to say: the hurricane was in Florida - he 1 CONC r father was managing an orchard at the time - the house wa 1 CONC s raised for just such an event and they could hear alligat 1 CONC ors scraping the underside of the wood floor.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Gary went on to say: from florida they moved to Texarkana 1 CONC , Texas, Sayre, Oklahoma (mom's mother's relatives the Patt 1 CONC ersons) Texline, Texas and finally Shamrock, Texas where Iv 1 CONC er Hansen, her father built from scratch a farm, ran the co 1 CONC ncession stand in the local theatre, ran the restaurant i 1 CONC n the local hotel. Mom's oldest brother sold vegetables rai 1 CONC sed on the farm around town and iver and the sheriff ran th 1 CONC e local still. 1 CONT 1 CONT The final move was to California from Texas in 1932. Six ki 1 CONC ds, two adults, two cars, one dog and one cat, all arrivin 1 CONC g safely except the coyote who stayed in the desert. 1 CONT 1 CONT Gary added: they moved to Grass Valley in `32 because the g 1 CONC old mines were recession proof and mom's mother's older sis 1 CONC ter (Grace Wilson) lived there with her husband and 5 child 1 CONC ren. they lived with the Wilsons until Iver got enough mone 1 CONC y from building and painting houses to live on their own. 1 CONT 1 CONT Graduated 1939 - a week after Joe and I were married. Gar 1 CONC y was born 13 July 1940 - 8 lbs 14 oz of joy. 1 CONT 1 CONT The war came along and Joe was drafted in June 1944. I wen 1 CONC t to work at De Witt Army General Hospital at Auburn, Calif 1 CONC ornia. Joe was killed April 9, 1945 in Germany. (Gary adde 1 CONC d that his father was killed during the Battle of the Rhur.) 1 CONT 1 CONT There were some "hell" years after 1945 but then in May 195 1 CONC 2 I went back to work for the government at McClellan Air F 1 CONC orce Base, Sacramento, California. To get my secret clearan 1 CONC ce I needed a birth certificate and sent for mine. No probl 1 CONC em! Got a certificate saying I'd been born. 24 ½ years late 1 CONC r when I retired and wanted to travel I found I had no name 1 CONC , just "girl baby" on the birth certificate. So, being chic 1 CONC ken, I put "DORIS" on it so I'd not have to take a chance o 1 CONC n losing my work record. (Remember, I worked for the govern 1 CONC ment!!) So now I'm gonna add "TOMMI" as a first name - I'v 1 CONC e been that (Tommi) since 1945 and Doris since 1924. 1 CONT 1 CONT Oz and I were married in 1955 and happiness began. 1 CONT 1 CONT After Earl died in 2006 Tommi moved into the Mason Valley R 1 CONC esidency in Yerington, NV. 1 CONT 1 CONT On April 5th 2009 she fell and broke her hip. She was trans 1 CONC ported to the hospital in Reno where on April 6th she under 1 CONC went surgery to repair the hip. During the operation she su 1 CONC ffered cardiac arrest but was resussitated. Unfortunately s 1 CONC oon thereafter she suffered a terminal cardiac arrest. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is her obituary published in the Mason Valle 1 CONC y News section of the Reno Gazette-Journal on April 10th 20 1 CONC 09: 1 CONT 1 CONT Doris Osborne 1 CONT 1 CONT Doris 'Tommi' Osborne rejoined her husband, Ozzie, at Heave 1 CONC n's Gate on Monday, April 6, 2009, just two days shy of he 1 CONC r 89th birthday. 1 CONT 1 CONT While it will be a great loss for her friends and family, w 1 CONC e are comfortable knowing that Tommi's strong faith and bel 1 CONC ief are with her and she is no longer in pain. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tommi came to Smith Valley, Nevada in 1973, with her husban 1 CONC d, Ozzie and they proceeded to build their own house overlo 1 CONC oking the river. Tommi could be seen on a ladder or on th 1 CONC e roof working alongside her perfect partner. She was alway 1 CONC s active in the Smith Valley United Methodist Church, singi 1 CONC ng in the choir, leading prayer groups, guiding WSCS (now U 1 CONC MW), training as a lay speaker and working with the childre 1 CONC n on Sundays and in Vacation Bible School. She was fondly r 1 CONC emembered by the District Superintendent of the United Meth 1 CONC odist church as a 'fireball' who was in his early trainin 1 CONC g group. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tommi loved her home and family, as well as her little dogs 1 CONC . Travel in the motor home with Ozzie and their dog was alw 1 CONC ays an adventure, as was her trip to Hawaii and to the Hol 1 CONC y Land with a group of friends. No matter how you first me 1 CONC t her, Tommi, was full of energy and enthusiasm and reache 1 CONC d out to make you her friend. Tommi was always willing to j 1 CONC ump in to help others or just to have fun together. She wa 1 CONC s a responsible, loving parent, step parent and friend. Whe 1 CONC n health concerns interfered with their Smith Valley lifest 1 CONC yle, Tommi and Ozzie moved to Yerington and continued stron 1 CONC g friendships with friends and family. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tommi is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Gary and S 1 CONC ue Thompson of Arizona; step-son Dan and his wife Haydee Os 1 CONC borne; stepdaughter, Darlene and her husband Roy Leggitt, K 1 CONC athleen and her husband Vic Deaton; nine grandchildren, nin 1 CONC e great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. 1 CONT 1 CONT Funeral service will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 11 1 CONC , at the Freitas Rupracht Funeral Home, Yerington with Past 1 CONC or Bart Welsh officiating. Burial will be in the family plo 1 CONC t at Valley View Cemetery. A reception will follow the serv 1 CONC ice at the Smith Valley United Methodist Church, 44 River 1 CONC s Road, Smith. 1 CONT 1 CONT Family and friends may sign the online guest book at www.FR 1 CONC FH.net. 1 CONT 1 CONT The family would like to thank all staff members at the Mas 1 CONC on Valley Residence for their support and caring of Tommi f 1 CONC or the past several years. Donations in her name may be mad 1 CONC e to the Smith Valley United Methodist Church, 44 Rivers Ro 1 CONC ad, Smith, NV, 89430 1 CONT 1 CONT Arrangements are under the direction of Freitas Rupracht Fu 1 CONC neral Home, Yerington. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Smith Valley United Methodist Churchpastor Bart Welsh c 1 CONC onducted a wonderful service. He invited members of the aud 1 CONC ience to relate their memories of Tommi. Several were ver 1 CONC y moving. One of her old neighbors related that she had wal 1 CONC ked many times with Tommi and Sega, Tommi and Earl's littl 1 CONC e chitzu. She told that Sega had also died on April 6th. N 1 CONC ow Tommi and Earl have their dog again. 1 CONT 1 CONT The minister concluded the service by tellling us to clos 1 CONC e your eyes and imagine you are at a dock and you are a 1 CONC t a railing next to a ship upon which Tommi is standing acr 1 CONC oss from you next to the ship's railing. You can clearly se 1 CONC e her and nearly are able to touch her. 1 CONT 1 CONT Now the ship slowly departs but you can still clearly see T 1 CONC ommi. 1 CONT 1 CONT You are both waving goodbye to each other as the ship pull 1 CONC s away. 1 CONT 1 CONT It move further away and you can only tell that people ar 1 CONC e standing by the railing of the ship. 1 CONT 1 CONT Now you can only see the outline of the ship with its thre 1 CONC e masts. 1 CONT 1 CONT The ship goes further and you can only see the three mast 1 CONC s above the horizon. 1 CONT 1 CONT Next the ship move further away until you can only see th 1 CONC e tips of the three masts. 1 CONT 1 CONT Finally the ship completely disappears over the horizon. 1 CONT 1 CONT Now imagine another place where Tommi's previously loved on 1 CONC es and relatives are standing next to a railing on their do 1 CONC ck. Just over the horizon they can see the tips of the thre 1 CONC e masts of the ship containing Tommi. 1 CONT 1 CONT As the ship moves closer the people on the dock can now se 1 CONC e the outline of the ship. 1 CONT 1 CONT Soon they can see there are people standing behind the rail 1 CONC ing on the ship. 1 CONT 1 CONT Now they can see that Tommi is one of the people standing b 1 CONC ehind the ship's railing. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tommi can see her departed friends and relatives. 1 CONT 1 CONT Now the ship approaches and Tommi can see Earl is amoug tho 1 CONC s standing behind the railing on the dock. 1 CONT 1 CONT Finally the ship reaches the dock and Tommi is reunited wit 1 CONC h Earl and her past friends and relatives. 0 @I5576@ INDI 1 NAME Ceges Jack /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Ceges Jack 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Sep 1906 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1977 2 PLAC Sweetwater Ranch, , Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 2E25F926D1E04E648834833785DD0F8F4BBC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:07 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Ceges Jack Sceirine.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Jack Sceirine Family.jpg 2 TITL Jack and Ellen Sceirine with Jackie and Stanley. 2 NOTE Back of photo says: With Love from us all to our Buzzer Ear 3 CONC lo & Sister button. Congratulations & Best Wishes for a Ver 3 CONC y Happy christmas. Love & Smackers - "Us" 2 _DATE Ca 1939 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2227@ 1 NOTE @NI5576@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5576@ NOTE 1 CONC Earl Osborne said: 1 CONT 1 CONT Jack had cattle ranching in his blood. He had no interest i 1 CONC n traveling and was always anxious to get back to the ranch 1 CONC . It seemed that his main purpose was to expand the ranch a 1 CONC nd his cattle herd. 1 CONT 1 CONT Perhaps he had inherited this tendency from his father Jose 1 CONC ph, who as an emigrant, worked for $0.50 per day as a ranc 1 CONC h hand, but with the help of his large family who for the m 1 CONC ost part stayed on the ranch into adulthood, amassed thousa 1 CONC nds of acres of land and thousands of cattle. This land con 1 CONC sisted of lush meadows for the most part. 1 CONT 1 CONT At Joseph's death these ranchers were left to the family bu 1 CONC t this was not a workable partnership. Therefore an agreeme 1 CONC nt was made to divide the ranches among individual heirs. J 1 CONC ack and Ellen's portion consisted of several thousand acre 1 CONC s and a large herd of cattle. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: CEGES SCEIRINE 1 1 CONC 7 Sep 1906 Feb 1977 89444 (Wellington, Lyon, NV) (none spec 1 CONC ified) 530-20-5818 Nevada 0 @I5587@ INDI 1 NAME Stanley Dale /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Stanley Dale 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Apr 1935 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 2D45CE4B92E3463BB6ED77624126BBDDFCFE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Stanley Sceirine 2003.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2235@ 1 FAMC @F2227@ 1 NOTE @NI5587@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S70@ 0 @NI5587@ NOTE 1 CONC The March 18th, 1950 editions of the Reno Evening Gazette m 1 CONC entioned that Stanley was a member of the Mason Valley chap 1 CONC ter of the Future Farmers of America and was a member of th 1 CONC e dairy and poultry team. 1 CONT 1 CONT Another article in 1951 mentioned that Stanley presented a 1 CONC n accordion solo at a Neighbor of Woodcraft meeting in Yeri 1 CONC ngton. 1 CONT 1 CONT A 1952 article indicated he was a manager of the Yeringto 1 CONC n High School football team. The article mentioned that th 1 CONC e team just finished the most successful season since the 1 CONC y won the state football championship in 1936. Stanley wa 1 CONC s also elected secretary of his student body group. Likewis 1 CONC e, he was elected as secretary for the Senior Youth Fellows 1 CONC hip of the Community Church that year. 1 CONT 1 CONT A later article mentioned that Stanley was on the honor rol 1 CONC l (top ten percent) for his high school class for the las 1 CONC t six weeks in December, 1952. 1 CONT 1 CONT Stanley was among thirty-four students graduating from Yeri 1 CONC ngton High School in June 1953. 1 CONT 1 CONT In March 1958 when then Governor Charles Russell was speake 1 CONC r at a meeting of the Smith Valley Rotary Club, accordion s 1 CONC elections by Stanley Sceirine were included in the program. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earl Osborne said Stanley had no love for ranching and beca 1 CONC me an electrician. He works as an electrician for several y 1 CONC ears for The Anaconda Copper Company at Weed Heights, Nevad 1 CONC a. 1 CONT 1 CONT He worked for a period as an electrician in Reno, Nevada an 1 CONC d then became a partner in a large electrical firm. He is n 1 CONC ow retired. 1 CONT 1 CONT After Stanley and Joanne divorced Stanley remarried twice b 1 CONC ut neither marriage survived. 1 CONT 1 CONT People Finder lists STANLEY SCEIRINE, 1295 KINGS ROW RENO N 1 CONC V 89503 0 @I5598@ INDI 1 NAME Jackie Duane /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Jackie Duane 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Jan 1939 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Nov 1997 2 PLAC Washoe Med Cen, Reno, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 14 Nov 1997 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 2EAF985797534A2FA25AABBBE70E9406202F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:07 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Jackie Sceirine 1989.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4833@ 1 FAMS @F2236@ 1 FAMC @F2227@ 1 NOTE @NI5598@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5598@ NOTE 1 CONC Earl Osborne provided the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Jackie began roping sawhorses, posts, dogs, calves. etc. wh 1 CONC en he was very you and ultimately, along with his cousin Le 1 CONC ster Rosachi, earned his Amateur World Team Roping champion 1 CONC ship. 1 CONT 1 CONT In its November 18, 1963 edition the Reno Evening Gazette s 1 CONC aid: Another big winner was the roping team of Jack Sceirin 1 CONC e, Yerington, and Lester Rosachi, Sweetwater. They netted $ 1 CONC 1,311.15 point money during the season, more than doublin 1 CONC g the second team ... who won $610.05. It also said Jack wa 1 CONC s number 5 in All-Around with $1,381.15. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jackie's father Cages (Jack), although proud of his son's a 1 CONC chievements would have preferred that he spend more time a 1 CONC t the ranch rather than go rodeoing so much, but gave in t 1 CONC o Jackie's wishes. 1 CONT 1 CONT Well, as the saying goes, what goes around comes around. Ja 1 CONC ckie too would have preferred his two sons Mike and Todd b 1 CONC e at the ranch more but they too were into rodeoing. Due t 1 CONC o injuries their careers as rodeo contestants were cut shor 1 CONC t but they still follow the rodeo circuit as pickup men (as 1 CONC sisting riders to dismount from bucking broncos) and have b 1 CONC een publicized as being the outstanding team in the circuit 1 CONC . A newspaper clipping in 1997 said: "Mike and Todd Sceirin 1 CONC e of Mason Valley were voted by the rodeo cowboys as the In 1 CONC ternational Pro Rodeo Association Western Regional Pick-u 1 CONC p Men of the Year." 1 CONT 1 CONT After Ellen's death Jackie sold both the Point Ranch in th 1 CONC e Bridgeport Valley and the Miller Ranch in Mason Valley. T 1 CONC he Miller Ranch was formerly owned by Miller and Lux, pione 1 CONC er ranchers who owned many ranches in the west during the 1 1 CONC 800's. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jackie was well known and loved by many. An overflow crow 1 CONC d attended his funeral. As would be expected at the fellows 1 CONC hip in the Convention Hall there was a sea of cowboy hats 1 CONC . The grave site tribute, where on a knoll above the grav 1 CONC e site stood two horses, one riderless was quite touching. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: JACK D SCEIRIN 1 CONC E 15 Jan 1939 08 Nov 1997 (P) (72) (none specified) 530-24 1 CONC -9134 Nevada 0 @I5609@ INDI 1 NAME Genevia Leora /Collier/ 2 GIVN Genevia Leora 2 SURN Collier 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Nov 1919 2 PLAC Belle, Maries, Missouri 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 May 2005 2 PLAC Gardnerville, Douglas, Nevada 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID E6B3D734C52A42F999980E1D08140FB60BA7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:01 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Jean Osborne 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2228@ 1 NOTE @NI5609@ 0 @NI5609@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Jean, her family only lived in Belle for a mon 1 CONC th after her birth before they moved to Colorado. Her fath 1 CONC er died when she was four and her mother put the three chil 1 CONC dren in an orphanage. She remarried a year later and too 1 CONC k her brother, sister, and her home. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jean drove a school bus for 25 years for the Lyon County Sc 1 CONC hools and retired 10-6-90. 1 CONT 1 CONT GENEVIA L OSBORNE 26 Nov 1919 23 May 2005 (V) 89447 (Yering 1 CONC ton, Lyon, NV ) (none specified) 522-14-7713 Colorado 0 @I5620@ INDI 1 NAME Lowell Richard /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Lowell Richard 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 May 1950 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Jul 1999 2 PLAC Severn, Anne Arundel, Maryland 1 BURI 2 DATE 23 Jul 1999 2 PLAC Military Grave Site 1 _UID 70A3D3158CED49078E1AB1CB5B1B44DE8066 1 CHAN 2 DATE 23 Dec 2006 3 TIME 06:49 1 FAMS @F2249@ 1 FAMC @F2228@ 1 NOTE @NI5620@ 0 @NI5620@ NOTE 1 CONC Lowell was delivered at home. 1 CONT 1 CONT His mother said Lowell was in the US Army for 17 1/2 year 1 CONC s and was injured. He is now a registered nurse in Severn 1 CONC , Maryland. 1 CONT 1 CONT He died of a sudden heart attack in 1999. His mother indica 1 CONC ted he died at work, therefore, his death location is ver 1 CONC y probably Severn, Maryland. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: 1 CONT 1 CONT LOWELL R OSBORNE born 14 May 1950 died 19 Jul 1999 issue 1 CONC d NV (1967) SSAN 530-44-4019. Earl Osborne indicates the de 1 CONC ath date as 15 July 1999. 0 @I5630@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Jean /Vintages/ 2 GIVN Michael Jean 2 SURN Vintages 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Dec 1958 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 2349692A991E4384AB97D970CC72B8D3D197 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2252@ 0 @I5631@ INDI 1 NAME Drew Allen /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Drew Allen 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Jul 1952 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Dec 2006 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 BURI 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID 87EA07F61E81441792F0AC64F8CE09C891B0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:02 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Drew Osborne Family Xmas 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Drew Osborne 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2253@ 1 FAMS @F2254@ 1 FAMS @F4775@ 1 FAMC @F2228@ 1 NOTE @NI5631@ 0 @NI5631@ NOTE 1 CONC Drew was delivered at home. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was disabled in an industrial accident an now lives on h 1 CONC is parent's property in Yerington. 1 CONT 1 CONT After his parent's death in 2005 he, his wife and daughte 1 CONC r moved into the old family house. 1 CONT 1 CONT Drew died of cancer at approximately 11:45 PM on December 1 1 CONC 9, 2006 at his home. 0 @I5632@ INDI 1 NAME Hardy William /Brafford/ 2 GIVN Hardy William 2 SURN Brafford 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Mar 1959 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 5EBE7023492B4107AD9ACB8F8FA998CAA653 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2255@ 0 @I5633@ INDI 1 NAME Kukcha /Lee/ 2 GIVN Kukcha 2 SURN Lee 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Mar 1943 2 PLAC , , , South Korea 1 _UID 8EFE5828716E4F86B76EFF7293D5DFC865AB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2249@ 1 NOTE @NI5633@ 0 @NI5633@ NOTE 1 CONC Jean Osborne said KucCha works in a store. 0 @I5634@ INDI 1 NAME David Phillip /Osborne/ 2 GIVN David Phillip 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 May 1973 2 PLAC Korea 1 _UID 1579DC10A2A14C2DB405210B1845BFD40B90 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2249@ 1 NOTE @NI5634@ 0 @NI5634@ NOTE 1 CONC Jean Osborne said David is a nuclear attack submariner. H 1 CONC e just re-enlisted, but wants to be a doctor. 0 @I5635@ INDI 1 NAME Lee Ann /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Lee Ann 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Dec 1974 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID 7CE6B73AA4A54D38B189DDAB5B2BDF2D7593 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2249@ 1 NOTE @NI5635@ 0 @NI5635@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Jean Osborne Lee Ann is an L.P.N nurse. She ha 1 CONC s one child, a daughter Philishia, four years old. Lee An 1 CONC n is not married at this time. She is working toward becomi 1 CONC ng an RN. 0 @I5636@ INDI 1 NAME Rosetta /Bauman/ 2 GIVN Rosetta 2 SURN Bauman 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Nov 1954 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID FABFC03186814BCEBD10AECA2D0FB5F6F66C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2253@ 0 @I5637@ INDI 1 NAME Samantha Mae /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Samantha Mae 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 May 1972 2 PLAC 29 Palms, Marine Hospital, California 1 _UID 90AF62E6474E456DA3B3BE0F7E44C156CAD8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2253@ 1 NOTE @NI5637@ 0 @NI5637@ NOTE 1 CONC Jean Osborne says Samantha is married and has three childre 1 CONC n. Her divorced husband has custody of the children and wil 1 CONC l not allow family contact them. 0 @I5638@ INDI 1 NAME Kevin John /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Kevin John 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Jan 1974 2 PLAC 29 Palms, Marine Hospital, California 1 _UID A99B88FECA0A460B85FBE8BD679BB6A26EA1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2253@ 1 NOTE @NI5638@ 0 @NI5638@ NOTE 1 CONC Serving a life sentence for murder. 0 @I5639@ INDI 1 NAME Lori /Sorensen/ 2 GIVN Lori 2 SURN Sorensen 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Nov 1962 2 PLAC , , Utah 1 _UID 77E3300DCF3847A4B59D68E2E5CBB246CD18 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2254@ 0 @I5640@ INDI 1 NAME Roy Allen /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Roy Allen 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Sep 1982 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 _UID 1008F3320FB645439F0F0523F04643A881CD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F4776@ 1 FAMC @F2254@ 0 @I5641@ INDI 1 NAME Seth Taylor /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Seth Taylor 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Dec 1983 2 PLAC Reno, Washoe, Nevada 1 _UID BC67CC078F904A96B7C3933D69D33402B191 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2254@ 0 @I5642@ INDI 1 NAME Carol Ann /Senft/ 2 GIVN Carol Ann 2 SURN Senft 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Jun 1942 2 PLAC Sumner, Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID 59F154726FD64DA48F3F106CCBB4C7A17761 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 Aug 2007 3 TIME 02:27 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Carol - Mar 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F108@ 1 NOTE @NI5642@ 0 @NI5642@ NOTE 1 CONC Danny and Carol Ann divorced in July 1988. Carol remarrie 1 CONC d Walt Nelson and they live near Seattle, Washington. 0 @I5643@ INDI 1 NAME Christine Michelle /Vintges/ 2 GIVN Christine Michelle 2 SURN Vintges 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Mar 1988 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 6B2DC001B86E4E6C893619389E0002998297 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2252@ 0 @I5645@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan Hardy /Brafford/ 2 GIVN Jonathan Hardy 2 SURN Brafford 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Aug 1983 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID FC9C52920706491693D8ABED469FBD730005 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2255@ 0 @I5646@ INDI 1 NAME Jacuelyne Susan /Brafford/ 2 GIVN Jacuelyne Susan 2 SURN Brafford 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Nov 1984 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID F9037FEBDD2D46CBADB418B677C111FAF375 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2255@ 0 @I5647@ INDI 1 NAME Eric Charles /Osterberg/ 2 GIVN Eric Charles 2 SURN Osterberg 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Jul 1991 2 PLAC Poway, San Diego, California 1 _UID C6C086D1E7A84E07A19CB6AFCF53C27BC217 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Eric 2000.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Eric Osterberg Oct 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F176@ 0 @I5648@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher Neil /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Christopher Neil 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 May 1984 1 _UID CE932497BE07413695B459D6F43E9D1AB97B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 Aug 2007 3 TIME 02:23 1 OBJE 2 FORM tif 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\chris osborne 2001.tif 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Christopher Osborne 2001.jpg 2 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Chris Osborne and Family 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Chris Osborne 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F5153@ 1 FAMC @F2258@ 0 @I5654@ INDI 1 NAME Jeffrey Earl /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Jeffrey Earl 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Jul 1963 1 _UID 6BC19F96DE674938A484E784BD2F07CD7A0C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Jeff Osborne 2002.jpg 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2258@ 1 FAMC @F108@ 1 NOTE @NI5654@ 0 @NI5654@ NOTE 1 CONC After high school (Douglas High), Jeff joined the US Navy i 1 CONC n August 1981. He trained as an electrician (electrician ma 1 CONC te.) He was stationed aboard the USS Camden and USS Sacram 1 CONC ento out of San Francisco, California. He separated from th 1 CONC e Navy in August 1985. 1 CONT 1 CONT After the Navy Jeff worked as a correctional officer at th 1 CONC e Nevada State Prison for a little over a year before joini 1 CONC ng the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City a 1 CONC s an electrician, phone, and locksmith. He still works ther 1 CONC e. 0 @I5665@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Howard /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Robert Howard 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 May 1965 1 _UID 9E9F365228FB43F3850E8CF18741FE07FB8A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 Mar 2009 3 TIME 07:29 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Bobby Osborne 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2264@ 1 FAMS @F1354@ 1 FAMS @F474@ 1 FAMS @F5248@ 1 FAMC @F108@ 1 NOTE @NI5665@ 0 @NI5665@ NOTE 1 CONC After high school (Douglas High) Bobby joined the US Navy i 1 CONC n November 1986. He trained as a nuclear electronics operat 1 CONC or in Orlando and Idaho. He served as an instructor and ser 1 CONC ved on the USS Texas and USS Holland. He left the Navy in S 1 CONC eptember 1996. 1 CONT 1 CONT He is now working in Beaverton, Oregon in the electronics f 1 CONC ield. 0 @I5676@ INDI 1 NAME Kenneth Wayne /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Kenneth Wayne 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Oct 1967 1 _UID D31DA3139B604FFEB671D1A5DC9955C419BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2271@ 1 FAMC @F108@ 1 NOTE @NI5676@ 0 @NI5676@ NOTE 1 CONC After Douglas High School, Minden, Nevada, Kenny joined th 1 CONC e US Navy in 1986. He separated from the Navy in October 19 1 CONC 94. During his Navy tours, Kenny was on two fast attack nuc 1 CONC lear submarines, USS Bremerton out of Hawaii and the USS Sp 1 CONC ade Fish out of Norfolk, Virginia. He was also stationed a 1 CONC t Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. His rate was intercommunication mat 1 CONC e (IC man.) 1 CONT 1 CONT He and Melissa were married by candlelight ceremony at th 1 CONC e Storrs Congregational Church, University of Connecticut C 1 CONC ampus North Eagleville Road, Storrs, Connecticut. 1 CONT 1 CONT They now reside in Storrs, Connecticut. Kenny works in th 1 CONC e electronics industry. 0 @I5687@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret (Kelly) /McDonough/ 2 GIVN Margaret (Kelly) 2 SURN McDonough 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Nov 1966 1 _UID 43ED219DF9954EF9BAF1EF446707B33DFF63 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Kelly Osborne 2002.jpg 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2258@ 1 NOTE @NI5687@ 0 @NI5687@ NOTE 1 CONC Kelly has been working for the State of Nevada since 1985. 0 @I5698@ INDI 1 NAME Amanda Leanne /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Amanda Leanne 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Dec 1989 2 PLAC Carson City, , Nevada 1 _UID 03A3857F869E4EDE9730F1209B43C036A69B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 28 Jun 2008 3 TIME 12:42 1 OBJE 2 FORM tif 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\amanda osborne 2001.tif 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Amanda Osborne 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Amanda Osborne 2004.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Amanda Osborne 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Amanda Osborne - 2008.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F2258@ 1 NOTE @NI5698@ 0 @NI5698@ NOTE 1 CONC Since a child, Amanda has excelled in soccer. 1 CONT 1 CONT On June 7th, 2008, Amanda graduated from Carson City High S 1 CONC chool. Her scholarships and awards included: Top Twenty Aca 1 CONC demics; President's Award for Educational Excellence; Acade 1 CONC mic Honors Diploma; Advanced Diploma; Kern Oxoby Memorial S 1 CONC cholarship; Carson City High School Soccer Boosters Scholar 1 CONC ship; John and Grace Nauman Foundation Scholarship; Woodro 1 CONC w Loftin Foundation Scholarship; Capital/AYSO Soccer Club S 1 CONC cholarship; Savin Family Scholarship; National Honor Societ 1 CONC y Member; Fourth Time Academic Letter Recipient; Nevada Sch 1 CONC olars. 1 CONT 1 CONT Amanda will be attending the University of Nevada in Reno b 1 CONC eginning in the fall. 0 @I5709@ INDI 1 NAME Laura /Estes/ 2 GIVN Laura 2 SURN Estes 1 SEX F 1 _UID 1FE915A7D5884992B123FE64C16C58D68D3B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 11 Mar 2009 3 TIME 07:43 1 FAMS @F2264@ 0 @I5720@ INDI 1 NAME Yvonne Holly /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Yvonne Holly 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 May 1986 1 _UID 928E189EAF2C4B3AA9B94D550B64471F0FAB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2264@ 0 @I5731@ INDI 1 NAME Emma Adel /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Emma Adel 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Sep 1880 2 PLAC So. Mason Valley, Esmeralda, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 Feb 1965 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 1 BURI 2 PLAC Yerington Cem., Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 2035-D4 1 _UID 90658D767F0C4E6892AF04FDD9BAE96158F2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Emma Osborne.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone Batchelder.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Emma Batchelder Oct 1948.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1093@ 1 FAMC @F4233@ 1 NOTE @NI5731@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 2 SOUR @S153@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI5731@ NOTE 1 CONC David W. McGowan, H-95 8 North, Yerington, NV 89447, submit 1 CONC ted his four generation genealogy to the Mormon church Ance 1 CONC stral File as submission AF83-026124 (indicating the year 1 1 CONC 983). This accounts for the children of Emma's children be 1 CONC ing indicated as LIVING. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 29 June 1893 edition of the Weekly Gazette Stockman (Re 1 CONC no. Nevada), in the Churchill's Outlook column contains th 1 CONC e following: 1 CONT 1 CONT School Report 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is the report of Brown's school for the mont 1 CONC h ending June 23, 1893: 1 CONT 1 CONT Number of boys enrolled 15, number of girls enrolled 9, tot 1 CONC al number 24. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roll of Honor 1 CONT 1 CONT Christina Neilson 96, Carrie Neilson 95, Dottie Burke 95, C 1 CONC liff Bailey 94, Walter Neilson 94, Neils Neilson 93, Georg 1 CONC e Neilson 93, John Wright 93, Emma Osborne 93, Roy Wright 9 1 CONC 3, Willie Osborne 91. 1 CONT Jennie McFarlin, Teacher. 1 CONT 1 CONT There were numerous other newspaper references to Emma bein 1 CONC g on the various honor rolls. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to Tidbits, copies of Emma Osborne's report card 1 CONC s are in the blue binder at Jack Gallaty's. They range fro 1 CONC m Nov. 1895 to April 1899. Seventh grade cards Nov. 1895 t 1 CONC o April 1896. Junior grade cards Sept 1898 to Jan 20, 189 1 CONC 9 then April 21, 1899. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Reno Evening Gazette, on January 26, 1934 reported tha 1 CONC t Emma Batchelder was installed as Manager of the Neighbor 1 CONC s of Woodcraft organization.The Reno Evening Gazette Decemb 1 CONC er 28, 1939 in the Social Notes From Yerington said "Mrs. E 1 CONC mma Batchelder entertained at a family dinner Sunday aftern 1 CONC oon. Tables we laid in the Community hall and the guests se 1 CONC ated to enjoy a lovely dinner. Those who enjoyed the famil 1 CONC y reunion were Mrs. Emma Batchelder, Phelps Osborn, Mr. an 1 CONC d Mrs. Manuel Farias and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Purse 1 CONC l and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forbush and family, Mr. an 1 CONC d Mrs. Dave McGowan and family, Fred Batchelder, Roy Osborn 1 CONC e and J. Waters." 1 CONT 1 CONT The Nevada State Journal (Reno Nevada) February 14, 1965 ed 1 CONC ition contains the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Emma Batchelder 1 CONT YERINGTON - Emma Adele Batchelder, 84, a lifelong residen 1 CONC t of Mason Valley, died Friday in a Yerington hospital wher 1 CONC e she had been confined for the past month. 1 CONT 1 CONT Born Sept. 4, 1880, she was the daughter of pioneer residen 1 CONC ts Charles and Emily Osborne. She was on of the first stude 1 CONC nts of the Barrett School here, and later served for more t 1 CONC hat 30 years as one of its trustees. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Batchelder graduated from Reno High School in 1901. 1 CONT 1 CONT She later married George E. Batchelder, a Mason Valley ranc 1 CONC her, who preceded her in death. 1 CONT 1 CONT She was a member of the Yerington Methodist Church, the Lyo 1 CONC n County Farm Bureau, the Neighbors of Woodcraft and the Ly 1 CONC on County Homemaker's Club. 1 CONT 1 CONT Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Manuel Farias, Mrs 1 CONC . Ralph Pursel, both of Yerington, and Mrs. Harry Forbush 1 CONC , Fallon; one son, Fred C. Batchelder, Yerington; two step- 1 CONC sons, George Batchelder, Reno, and James E. Batchelder, Min 1 CONC den; a sister, Mrs. Alice Perry, Reno; 15 grandchildren, an 1 CONC d 29 great grandchildren. 1 CONT 1 CONT Funeral services under the direction of the Freitas Funera 1 CONC l Home will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Yerington Meth 1 CONC odist Church. Burial will be in the Yerington Cemetery. 0 @I5742@ INDI 1 NAME George Barton /Osborn/ 2 GIVN George Barton 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 May 1882 2 PLAC So. Mason Valley, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1947 1 _UID 9B3162098EE443EFACADED7B2A5E3C91F1B4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 15 Dec 2008 3 TIME 15:31 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\George Osborne.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone George B Perry.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1539@ 1 FAMC @F4233@ 1 NOTE @NI5742@ 2 SOUR @S115@ 0 @NI5742@ NOTE 1 CONC In 1917 and 1918 98% of men present in America, born betwee 1 CONC n 1873 and 1900 completed draft registration cards. Georg 1 CONC e B. Osborne, born 4 May 1882 of Lyon County, Nevada so reg 1 CONC istered. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1917 and 1918 George Osborne of Yerington completed ca 1 CONC r registration records. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1920 federal census for the Plummer Precinct, Lyon Coun 1 CONC ty, Nevada has a George Osborne, age 27, born in Nevada wit 1 CONC h parents born in Michigan. This certainly fits George Bart 1 CONC on Osborn. However, his wife is named Olive and is 20 year 1 CONC s of age and born in California. Her parents were born in O 1 CONC regon. George has no children listed. Searches for Irene Os 1 CONC born(e) and Stanley Osborn(e) produced zero results. 1 CONT 1 CONT The July 20, 1923 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette repor 1 CONC ted that George Osborne of Yerington was one of thirteen ju 1 CONC rors selected to try a headline murder case in Yerington 1 CONC . It required four and a half days to select the jury and n 1 CONC o women were included out of the 105 people who were summon 1 CONC ed. 0 @I5753@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Louisa /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Alice Louisa 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Feb 1887 2 PLAC So. Mason Valley, Lyon, Nevada 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Aug 1972 2 PLAC Fallon, Churchill, Nevada 2 SOUR @S89@ 1 BURI 2 DATE Aug 1972 2 PLAC Yerington Cem., Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 2034-XQ 1 _UID 2E5E8B47D6104A2B82B251458074476E2C3B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Alice Osborne.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1095@ 1 FAMS @F1096@ 1 FAMC @F4233@ 1 NOTE @NI5753@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 2 SOUR @S15@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI5753@ NOTE 1 CONC Frank Vernon Perry and Alice Louisa Osborne had five childr 1 CONC en between 1916 and 1925: George Perry; Francis Perry McGo 1 CONC wan; Grace Perry Kendrick; Geraldine Perry Wallace; and Mar 1 CONC shall Perry. However, apparently sometimes after 1925 and b 1 CONC efore the 1930 census they divorced. 1 CONT 1 CONT From birth and census records it appears that after Frank a 1 CONC nd Alice were married in Mason Valley they lived in Califor 1 CONC nia where their first three children were born prior to 192 1 CONC 0. In 1920 they were enumerated in Nevada with Alice's moth 1 CONC er. In 1922 when Geraldine was born they apparently lived i 1 CONC n British Columbia and by 1925 when Marshall was born, the 1 CONC y were back in Nevada living in Mason Valley. By 1928 it a 1 CONC ppears they are divorced with Alice and the children livin 1 CONC g in Reno and Frank living in Mason Valley. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1928 Alice had the following ad in the Reno Evening Gaze 1 CONC tte: LAUNDRY - FANCY AND BUNDLE WASHING - Reasonable. Cal 1 CONC l and delivered. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 1995-M. Mrs 1 CONC . Alice Perry. 1 CONT 1 CONT The June 26, 1938 Nevada State Journal mentioned that a bui 1 CONC lding permit had been issued for construction of a five-roo 1 CONC m residence at 936 1/2 West Seventh by the Reno city engine 1 CONC er's office to Mrs. Alice Perry of 936 West Seventh street 1 CONC . The house will cost approximately $4000. 1 CONT 1 CONT On August 13, 1955 citations were issued to both drivers o 1 CONC f cars which collided yesterday at the intersection of Sixt 1 CONC h and Lake streets. 1 CONT 1 CONT Alice Perry, 1355 Manett Court, was charged with driving wi 1 CONC thout a license when her car was involved in the collisio 1 CONC n with one driven by Herman Lederman, 145 Wells Ave. (She l 1 CONC ater paid a $5 fine for driving without a license.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Police also cited Mr. Lederman for taking the right-of-w 1 CONC ay from another vehicle on a through highway. 1 CONT 1 CONT Apparently in the 1950's Alice Perry became involved in rea 1 CONC l estate in the Reno area. There were several transaction 1 CONC s in which lots of land were recorded by Edmund and Alice P 1 CONC erry. In 1956 there was a large Christmas greetings ad in t 1 CONC he Nevada State Journal from the Robinson Realty - Insuranc 1 CONC e firm in which Alice Perry is mentioned as a member. (I 1 CONC t is possible this is not our Alice Perry. Some later recor 1 CONC ds identify an Alice M. Perry associated with Edmund Perry 1 CONC . Another identified an Alice Perry as the daughter of Geor 1 CONC ge Dewey Peck, a 45-year resident of Reno.) 1 CONT 1 CONT In October 1958 the Reno City Council condemned an apartmen 1 CONC t building owned by Alice Perry. The newspaper reported o 1 CONC n the 14th that Reno's city council last night heard owner 1 CONC s of condemned property in the northwest section of the cit 1 CONC y complained bitterly over the action taken by the city bui 1 CONC lding inspector's officer. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Alice Perry, 72, told the council she was "flabbergast 1 CONC ed and crushed at the idea of saying her property was smell 1 CONC y and unhealthy." In an impassioned plea, Mrs. Perry said 1 CONC , "It is up to you younger people to decide what to do wit 1 CONC h us oldsters. I just made the last payment on the mortgag 1 CONC e on the seven apartments and now you want to plow me under 1 CONC ." 1 CONT 1 CONT Councilman Joseph Mastroianni told Mrs. Perry that her hous 1 CONC es were not only in conflict with the building code, but al 1 CONC so in violations with the health standards. "We received co 1 CONC mplaints on these various pieces of property from resident 1 CONC s in the area," Mastroianni replied to her question of wh 1 CONC y the condemnation proceedings were made in the first place. 1 CONT 1 CONT Marriage information provided to me by Francis Perry McGowa 1 CONC n on Earl Osborne's 75th birthday in 1994. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Social Security Death Index contains: ALICE PERRY 10 Fe 1 CONC b 1887 Aug 1972 89406 (Fallon, Churchill, NV ) (none specif 1 CONC ied) 530-14-0751 Nevada. 0 @I5765@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Nov 1786 2 PLAC East Hampton, Suffolk, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1835 1 _UID 55545AD3A0234C919B0A0B9E34CB4A1F2C4B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F1267@ 1 FAMC @F150@ 1 NOTE @NI5765@ 0 @NI5765@ NOTE 1 CONC All we know about the father of Cornelius Osborn is that h 1 CONC e was definitely dead by 1836 when Cornelius, Rufus, thei 1 CONC r widowed mother, and their sisters moved to Calhoun County 1 CONC , Michigan. He probably died before 1830 because Martha Os 1 CONC born is the head of household in the 1830 federal census fo 1 CONC r Monroe County at Gates. 0 @I5776@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1838 2 PLAC , , Michigan 2 SOUR @S154@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 47010895BBC445A5B5840576C2ADA0B5C6E3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F4426@ 1 FAMC @F496@ 1 NOTE @NI5776@ 0 @NI5776@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1875 Nevada state census lists an S. H. Osborne, age 39 1 CONC , born MI, farmer as head of household residing in Esmerald 1 CONC a County. 0 @I5794@ INDI 1 NAME Marcus Brutus /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Marcus Brutus 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1808 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 08847D92DD1445BBAAE4DCA5D4348887B269 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2346@ 1 NOTE @NI5794@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI5794@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1898 indicates Marcus settled in Illi 1 CONC nois. 0 @I5798@ INDI 1 NAME Nelson Daniel /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Nelson Daniel 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Feb 1842 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Oct 1918 2 CAUS Valvular disease of heart 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID CD8E6A0EC768403FA11AC222E551D5A8D3F4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F1092@ 1 FAMC @F497@ 1 NOTE @NI5798@ 0 @NI5798@ NOTE 1 CONC Birth: MI IGI 1988. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1860 federal census for Stanislaus County, California l 1 CONC ists Nelson Osborn as living in La Grange, Branch Townshi 1 CONC p on June 7th. He is age is 19, born in Michigan and liste 1 CONC d as a farmer. 1 CONT 1 CONT The MI IGI indicates the mother is ELDRIDGE, Susan Martha 1 CONC . Osborne family lore also indicates Cornelius was marrie 1 CONC d prior to Matilda, according to Earl Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to Emma Batchelder in the 1960s, Nelson homestead 1 CONC ed the present Strosnider and Francesconi ranches. 1 CONT 1 CONT Database: Territorial Enterprise (Virginia City, Nevada), 1 1 CONC 866-67 1 CONT Name: Osborn, Nelson 1 CONT Event Date: 10/20/1866 1 CONT Type: Registered Voters - American City Precinct 1 CONT Newspaper: 10/25/1866 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1875 Nevada state census lists N. D. Osborne age 35 bor 1 CONC n MI, farmer, residing in Esmeralda County in the househol 1 CONC d of C. Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT Listed in 1880 Mason Valley, Esmeralda County, Nevada censu 1 CONC s, age 38, b. MI, father b. NY, mother b. MI. Is listed i 1 CONC n the household of Charles B. Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Calhoun County, MI marriage records indicate that Nelso 1 CONC n David Osborn of Mason Valley, NV and Lucy S. Shedd of Bur 1 CONC lington, MI were married in Burlington, Calhoun County, M 1 CONC I on 10 March 1881. 1 CONT 1 CONT Apparently Nelson and Lucy returned to Michigan in their la 1 CONC ter life. There are several documents recorded in Calhoun C 1 CONC ounty, Michigan mentioning them as participants in land tra 1 CONC nsactions involving property in Lyons County, Nevada in 188 1 CONC 8. Nelson was identified as a resident of Burlington, Calh 1 CONC oun County, Michigan. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the 1907 and 1908 R. L. Polk & Co.'s Battle Creek cit 1 CONC y directory, Nelson D. Osborn (Lucy L) is listed as a teams 1 CONC ter living at 539 Van Buren W. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Battle Creek city directory, 1918 lists Osborn Nelso 1 CONC n D (Lucy), res 110 Rumely av. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Calhoun County Record of Deaths, Book 6, page 209, numb 1 CONC er 459 lists Nelson D. Osborne, Oct 2, 1918. Battle Creek C 1 CONC ity age 76-7-27. Valvular disease of heart. Born Michigan 1 CONC . Father Cornelius Osborn b. NY, mother Matilda Eldridge b 1 CONC . NY. 0 @I5809@ INDI 1 NAME Joanne Linda /Buchman/ 2 GIVN Joanne Linda 2 SURN Buchman 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Nov 1938 2 PLAC Jamestown, , California 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID F1D9FDF1829F4EBDA48DCB1BD6082F8D9517 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2235@ 1 NOTE @NI5809@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5809@ NOTE 1 CONC The November 3rd 1971 edition of the Reno Evening Gazette m 1 CONC entioned that Mrs. Stanley Sceirine made a presentation o 1 CONC f astrology at the monthly meeting of Xi Alpha Zeta chapte 1 CONC r of Beta Sigma Phi. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tommi Osborne said after her divorce from Stanley, Joanne m 1 CONC arried Russ Corbet but he died in 1995. Joanne has no hobbi 1 CONC es that she knows of, but does like to go hiking as a recre 1 CONC ation. 1 CONT 1 CONT Of genealogical interest, Joanne's paternal ancestry is doc 1 CONC umented on Ancestry.com. Search for her father George Buchm 1 CONC an. 1 CONT 1 CONT /UNKNOWN BUCKNAM 1 CONT /Ezra Taylor BUCKNAM b: 2 Mar 1830 d: 18 Feb 1 1 CONC 901 1 CONT | \UNKNOWN [BUCKNAM] 1 CONT /John Duane BUCKNAM b: 4 Aug 1875 d: 4 Apr 1959 1 CONT | | /Michael DALY 1 CONT | | /James DALY b: 6 Mar 1750 d: 1 1 CONC 836 1 CONT | | /John Lucas DALY b: 2 Nov 1809 d: 11 J 1 CONC an 1887 1 CONT | | | \Sarah DILL b: Oct 1756 d: 1852 1 CONT | \Madeleine Isabelle Adeline DALY b: 7 Jan 183 1 CONC 6 d: 27 Nov 1913 1 CONT | | /Robert MORROW b: Abt 1757 d 1 CONC : Oct 1815 1 CONT | \Irene (Arremina) MORROW b: Feb 1814 d 1 CONC : 10 Dec 1877 1 CONT | | /William Sampl 1 CONC e SPARKS b: Abt 1700 d: 1765 1 CONT | | /William SPARKS b: 2 1 CONC 7 Apr 1738 d: Abt 1801 1 CONT | \Sarah SPARKS b: 1775 d: 19 Fe 1 CONC b 1851 1 CONT | \Martha MOORE b: Abt 1 1 CONC 738 d: Abt 1780 1 CONT George BUCKNAM d: 1976 1 CONT | /William Wallace HILL b: 1845 1 CONT \Cordelia Margaret HILL b: Sep 1877 d: 5 May 1951 1 CONT \Sarah Mildred HANSON b: 1856 0 @I5820@ INDI 1 NAME Katherine Jo Anne /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Katherine Jo Anne 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Aug 1958 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 1D13CFE96B1641808067FD1B7960A0DA7C78 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Kathy Jo Sceirine.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2252@ 1 FAMC @F2235@ 1 NOTE @NI5820@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5820@ NOTE 1 CONC Earl Osborne says Katherine is living in Tyler, Texas. 0 @I5831@ INDI 1 NAME Kenneth George /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Kenneth George 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Feb 1960 2 PLAC Yerington, Lyon, Nevada 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID AA45E4C9A540452686AEC492C7C102E2E285 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Kenny Sceirine.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F2235@ 1 NOTE @NI5831@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5831@ NOTE 1 CONC Earl Osborne says Kenneth is a missionary in Turkey. He te 1 CONC aches English at a university there. 0 @I5842@ INDI 1 NAME Susanne Ellen /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Susanne Ellen 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Aug 1961 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 9860F431AA11456DAF3772FA9F0662A184A9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Suzie Sceirine.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2255@ 1 FAMC @F2235@ 1 NOTE @NI5842@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5842@ NOTE 1 CONC Earl Osborne says Susanne is living in Reno, Nevada. 0 @I5853@ INDI 1 NAME Beverly Anne /Nelson/ 2 GIVN Beverly Anne 2 SURN Nelson 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Sep 1935 2 PLAC Grants Pass, , Oregon 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 67C733E2C7B14952B6B694264D9BFE0062E9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Beverly Nelson.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2236@ 1 NOTE @NI5853@ 2 SOUR @S68@ 0 @NI5853@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Tommi Osborne, Beverly along with sons Mike an 1 CONC d Todd now manage the Sceirine Ranch in the Sweetwater are 1 CONC a on the California Nevada border. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beverly was involved in the International Student Exchang 1 CONC e and had foreign students in her home for 17 years. 1 CONT 1 CONT She likes to do hand crafts and is active in The Nevada Cat 1 CONC tle Woman's Association, (formally Cowbells). 1 CONT 1 CONT One summer day in 1997 Beverly was watering her flowers whe 1 CONC n she heard a disturbance on her porch. On investigating sh 1 CONC e saw a cougar dragging her dog from the porch. The neares 1 CONC t weapon was a plastic wand used for cleaning the hot tub 1 CONC . She used it to beat the cougar while screaming until it e 1 CONC ventually released the dog and retreated. Neither the plast 1 CONC ic wand nor the dog survived. 0 @I5864@ INDI 1 NAME Michael Duane /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN Michael Duane 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Oct 1964 2 PLAC Bridgeport, Mono, California 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 90F00EE4A0194C78AF7AFC82BE9EC1B36672 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2236@ 1 NOTE @NI5864@ 2 SOUR @S70@ 0 @NI5864@ NOTE 1 CONC People Finders lists MIKE SCEIRINE , 3100 STATE ROUTE 338 W 1 CONC ELLINGTON NV 89444 (775) 5450095. 0 @I5876@ INDI 1 NAME William Todd /Sceirine/ 2 GIVN William Todd 2 SURN Sceirine 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Jul 1969 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 _UID 9F1442A00E9246E2A664EE7D06D1A40D5A45 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Todd Sceirine 1994.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4777@ 1 FAMC @F2236@ 1 NOTE @NI5876@ 2 SOUR @S70@ 0 @NI5876@ NOTE 1 CONC There is an interesting article at 1 CONT http://espn.go.com/outdoors/fishing/s/f_map_03_NV_East_Walk 1 CONC er_River.html 1 CONT entitled Slip over Calif. border for East Walker browns. 1 CONT 1 CONT The article says Todd Sceirine is a third-generation cattl 1 CONC e rancher whose family owns 1,050 acres, including more tha 1 CONC n 2½ miles of East Walker River. Although some of the Sceir 1 CONC ine-Fredricks Ranch is in California, most of it is in Lyo 1 CONC n County, Nev. The Sceirines have owned this property sinc 1 CONC e the 1950s. 1 CONT 1 CONT Todd says that the East Walker on the ranch was stocked thr 1 CONC ee or four times a year every year since the early '60s s 1 CONC o family and friends would have plenty of rainbow trout t 1 CONC o catch and eat. 1 CONT 1 CONT This heritage of fishing is evident in his youth-friendly f 1 CONC ishing policy and the healthy state of the river here. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1997, the Sceirines stopped stocking the river and insti 1 CONC tuted a catch-and-release, single-barbless-hook, artificial 1 CONC -lures-only policy. 1 CONT 1 CONT The fee to fish for a day on the ranch is $80 per adult ang 1 CONC ler (18 and older), $40 if 13 to 17, and free if 12 or youn 1 CONC ger (with an adult). 1 CONT 1 CONT To minimize fishing pressure on the trout, the size of fish 1 CONC ing parties is limited. 1 CONT However, the ranch can accommodate two groups of four angle 1 CONC rs each by dividing the river into two sections, one upstre 1 CONC am and one downstream of the bridge approximately halfway d 1 CONC own their section of the river. 1 CONT 1 CONT The downstream border of Sceirine-Fredricks Ranch is the "R 1 CONC osachi Ranch" public fishing site, so anglers can continu 1 CONC e fishing if they get that far. That portion of the rive 1 CONC r is designated catch-and-release by the state and limite 1 CONC d to single-hook artificial-lure fishing. 1 CONT 1 CONT People Finder listsTODD SCEIRINE, WELLINGTON NV 89444 (775 1 CONC ) 5457016 0 @I5930@ INDI 1 NAME /Peck/ 2 SURN Peck 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 77E13E29484141129FF0D4853EAA47AF61BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2346@ 0 @I5986@ INDI 1 NAME Roy Dean /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Roy Dean 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Oct 1963 2 PLAC Anchorage, Anchorage District, Alaska 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID BD5A86DDA9874100ABA7B453FED81BB4E910 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 Jan 2008 3 TIME 06:18 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy Leggitt 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Lil' Lt. Roy Dean.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy Dean Leggitt 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy D Leggitt 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy Dean Leggitt - Aug 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Roy D. Leggitt - 2007-09.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2362@ 1 FAMS @F2363@ 1 FAMS @F4987@ 1 FAMC @F1@ 1 NOTE @NI5986@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI5986@ NOTE 1 CONC In 1993 Roy worked as an ornamental iron worker in Crestlin 1 CONC e, CA. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1996 Roy took a position as a supervisor in a privatel 1 CONC y run drug rehabilitation program in Big Bear, CA. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1997 the rehabilitation program was relocated from Calif 1 CONC ornia. As a result, California offered Roy retraining a 1 CONC s a long-haul truck driver. In January, 1998, Roy began dri 1 CONC ving for US Xpress Trucking Corporation as a cross countr 1 CONC y driver. 1 CONT 1 CONT Because of his mobility, Roy is able to visit his childre 1 CONC n in Colorado and California on a regular basis. 1 CONT 1 CONT On several occasions his paths cross with those of his da 1 CONC d who is a full-time RVer and they get a quick visit. The 1 CONC y have met in California, Arizona, Washington, and Oregon. 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy lives with his mate Sharon Markham in Hisperia, Califor 1 CONC nia. They married on June 12, 2004. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 2007 Roy was able to gain employment as aWal-Mart drive 1 CONC r which limited his driving area to just the west coast. I 1 CONC t gives him much more time with his young children. 0 @I6131@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Mar 1795 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 27C1BC0B19B84FF982ACC7A6BA8B794E6FF6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2656@ 0 @I6305@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Feb 1743 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 194963D6A0494C8A8AEBFD3FD832AF1EE2EC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I6396@ INDI 1 NAME Victor Arlis /Deaton/ 2 GIVN Victor Arlis 2 SURN Deaton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Oct 1946 2 PLAC Wenatchee, , Washington 1 _UID 9C153C30082A4DB39E3C4E9AA51B25827849 1 CHAN 2 DATE 30 Aug 2007 3 TIME 10:51 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Vic Deaton 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Vic Deaton - Jun 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F155@ 1 NOTE @NI6396@ 0 @NI6396@ NOTE 1 CONC Vic enjoys reading, fishing, hunting, Arkansas Razorback ba 1 CONC sketball, and spoiling grandkids. 1 CONT 1 CONT He bought Jessica her first fishing pole on her 4th birthda 1 CONC y. Both of them enjoy fishing at Vic's private pond and goi 1 CONC ng out in the bass boat on Beaver Lake, or the "big pond" a 1 CONC s Jessica calls it. She hollers to make the boat go "faster 1 CONC , PaPa, faster." That's usually about the time Kathleen i 1 CONC s hollering for him to "slow down!" 1 CONT 1 CONT Vic is Assistant Foreman at the Heating and A/C Plant at th 1 CONC e University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 1 CONT 1 CONT Vic and Kathleen make their home on their eighty acre sprea 1 CONC d southeast of Huntsville, Arkansas. 0 @I6407@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Wayne /Deaton/ 2 GIVN Robert Wayne 2 SURN Deaton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Sep 1969 2 PLAC Russellville, , Arkansas 1 _UID B530222C95F841BA9298CFA101A13296BF88 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F155@ 1 NOTE @NI6407@ 0 @NI6407@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Deaton family records. 0 @I6418@ INDI 1 NAME Michelle /Deaton/ 2 GIVN Michelle 2 SURN Deaton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Aug 1971 2 PLAC Little Rock, , Arkansas 1 _UID E0D34127CC49441394FB6284B93E605AAD01 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F991@ 1 FAMS @F4953@ 1 FAMC @F155@ 1 NOTE @NI6418@ 0 @NI6418@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: Deaton family records. 0 @I6551@ INDI 1 NAME Henry P. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Henry P. 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Jan 1790 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B3CEF209BEFA4C9BBA34B37FCF26FAB2DC41 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2656@ 1 NOTE @NI6551@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI6551@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1953 says Henry removed to Moriches 1 CONC , L.I. 0 @I6628@ INDI 1 NAME Melissa Audrey /Handfield/ 2 GIVN Melissa Audrey 2 SURN Handfield 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Sep 1970 2 PLAC Manchester, Hartford, Connecticut 1 _UID 7AEADCA1DF334EA9B8D8008D589868E94877 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2271@ 0 @I6759@ INDI 1 NAME Esther /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Esther 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Apr 1787 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 70A0C5F989454D8983E6A10F0519030FBBE8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F998@ 1 FAMC @F2656@ 0 @I6763@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Aug 1784 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 26 Feb 1804 2 PLAC Troy, Rensselaer, New York 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID 57E78B5814084E86858B1591321E24124DD9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2656@ 1 NOTE @NI6763@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI6763@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1898, says Mary died unmarried in Tro 1 CONC y, NY, Feb. 26, 1804. This probably means her family was i 1 CONC n the same relative location as Cornelius 5 Osborn. 0 @I6804@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe P. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Phebe P. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Oct 1781 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 7D78A30141084A9FA7A5DF9A369553C371A5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F999@ 1 FAMC @F2656@ 0 @I6806@ INDI 1 NAME John /Osborn/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Jul 1779 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4C4A5CB97E244F7BBB6DFD530563AA52F3A3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2656@ 0 @I6859@ INDI 1 NAME Marietta /Ward/ 2 GIVN Marietta 2 SURN Ward 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Nov 1833 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Mar 1850 1 BURI 2 DATE 22 Mar 1850 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID D4BC6701FC9147D5BA5C510111E4372A5F08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Sarah and Marietta Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1265@ 0 @I6860@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Catherine 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 _UID 061E043FEB5347AABB7DAC13CD4966A1AA08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F1265@ 0 @I6925@ INDI 1 NAME June Ellen /Gwaltney/ 2 GIVN June Ellen 2 SURN Gwaltney 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Apr 1946 1 _UID 3FD685DBB5DB483583CE381CC3B0E7AE2F9F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F109@ 1 NOTE @NI6925@ 0 @NI6925@ NOTE 1 CONC Danny and June Ellen divorced in 1996. She still resides u 1 CONC nmarried in Clovis, California. 0 @I6926@ INDI 1 NAME Alicia /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Alicia 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Sep 1992 1 _UID B8FF21755DE94015871C51BC676D010B784A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F1354@ 0 @I6954@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Sep 1776 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B0B3776971454143A8CEEC2BDA10E5522B71 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2346@ 1 FAMC @F2656@ 1 NOTE @NI6954@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI6954@ NOTE 1 CONC East Hampton History, 1898 says Jeremiah was a graduate o 1 CONC f Yale and removed to Troy, Rensselaer, New York and was Su 1 CONC rrogate of that county. 0 @I6978@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Parsons/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Parsons 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Oct 1755 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 Jan 1797 1 _UID 03A4132659A24F1787BF7D6311EE84311B60 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2656@ 0 @I7000@ INDI 1 NAME Silas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Silas 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1780-1790 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C57A551ABE1C44EE9DA83C8E99575EA6BD09 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2665@ 1 FAMC @F150@ 1 NOTE @NI7000@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI7000@ NOTE 1 CONC There is no proof this Silas is the son of Cornelius Osborn 1 CONC . However, Monroe County is where Cornelius settled earlie 1 CONC r. The only other Osborn in Monroe in 1830 is Martha Barto 1 CONC n Osborn, widow of Stephen, who is living nearby in the com 1 CONC munity of Gates. 1 CONT 1 CONT Silas Osborn is listed in the 1830 Monroe County, New Yor 1 CONC k federal census on page 293 in the town of Ogden. He is a 1 CONC t least 40 and less than 50 years old. His wife is apparent 1 CONC ly at least 30 and less than 40. They have one son under 5 1 CONC , one at least 5 and under 10, and one at least 15 and unde 1 CONC r 20. They have one daughter at least 5 and under 10 and o 1 CONC ne at least 10 and under 15. 1 CONT 1 CONT Silas would be born between 1781-1790. 1 CONT His wife would be born between 1791-1800. 1 CONT A son would be born between 1811-1815. 1 CONT A son would be born between 1821-1825. 1 CONT A son would be born between 1826-1830. 1 CONT A daughter would be born between 1816-1820. 1 CONT A daughter would be born between 1821-1825. 1 CONT 1 CONT These numbers and dates do not quite agree to the informati 1 CONC on from Patrick Persons contained in Silas's daughter Emily 1 CONC 's notes. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1840 federal census for Tekonsha Township, Calhoun Coun 1 CONC ty, Michigan lists Silas Osborne with one male between 15-2 1 CONC 0 and one between 60-70. He has one female between 10-15, o 1 CONC ne between 15-20, and one between 60-70. He is on the sam 1 CONC e page as Cornelius Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT For future investigation there is a Charles Osborn born i 1 CONC n the early 1800s. He married a Martha A. Benjamin on 9 De 1 CONC c 1849 in Rochester. They were both of that city. In th 1 CONC e mid 1850s - mid 1860s there are several land transaction 1 CONC s recorded in Monroe County for them. Charles died Apr 25 1 CONC , 1881 in Rochester. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the East Hampton History, 1898, p. 320 states that Corne 1 CONC lius 6 Osborn (son of Cornelius 5) died in Monroe County, N 1 CONC . Y. leaving children Robert 7, Reuban 7, and others. Thi 1 CONC s statement of "others" makes it possible that Silas is i 1 CONC n fact the son of Cornelius 6. 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is some possible additional information about this Sil 1 CONC as Osborn: 1 CONT 1 CONT Subject: Osborn Family 1 CONT From: "janjack" 1 CONT Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 10:47:11 -0700 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear Roy, 1 CONT 1 CONT I have been studying your entries on Ancestry.com and bel 1 CONC ieve my gggrandmother was in Darlene's family. Her name wa 1 CONC s Harriet Phebe Osborn, born 1 August 1809 in Monroe, NY, d 1 CONC aughter of Silas Osborn and Polly Bush. Harriet married Is 1 CONC aac Hyde Bishop 13 Dec 1827. He was son of Isaac Gates Bis 1 CONC hop and Mary (Polly) Hyde. Their daughter Anna Eliza Bisho 1 CONC p was born 1 May 1834 in Lima, NY. 18 Dec 1866 she marrie 1 CONC d Joseph Nutt in Leoniades, St Joseph Co, Michigan. Harrie 1 CONC t died in Taylorville, Illinois on 20 Dec 1870. My informa 1 CONC tion is from a family Bible. Isaac Hyde Bishop's parents a 1 CONC nd Isaac Hyde and Harriet Phebe Osborn Bishop were member 1 CONC s of the Mormon church. I was interested to see you featu 1 CONC re a letter from a Jerry Gray, who names Polly Bush. 1 CONT 1 CONT I could not find a descendancy leading to Darlene on you 1 CONC r Ancestry pages. I was interested to see if she might b 1 CONC e a cousin of mine. 1 CONT 1 CONT It appears likely that my Harriet Phebe Osborn may have b 1 CONC een sister of Silas, Mary, and Emily, children of Polly an 1 CONC d Silas. 1 CONT 1 CONT I also note in your Ahnentafel on Ancestry that you lis 1 CONC t a Phoebe born in 1800 who married Nathaniel Conklin Barn 1 CONC es. Although this Phoebe was born only a few years earlie 1 CONC r than my Harriet Phebe, could she have been my Harriet's a 1 CONC unt? 1 CONT 1 CONT Looking forward to hearing from you. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you. 1 CONT Best wishes, 1 CONT Janet Schnurr 0 @I7070@ INDI 1 NAME Mehetable /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mehetable 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 1 Jul 1752 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 May 1815 1 _UID 1C5875E243464F258D822F7A2575AAE6AAF0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F989@ 0 @I7071@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Osborn 2 NSFX Captain 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 31 Mar 1750 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 May 1821 2 SOUR @S82@ 1 _UID A5316831692A477BBB81D284B91EEBC9E1EB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMS @F2656@ 1 FAMS @F1000@ 1 FAMC @F989@ 1 NOTE @NI7071@ 2 SOUR @S82@ 0 @NI7071@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of family is East Hampton History, both 1898 and 195 1 CONC 3. Capt. Jeremiah is listed in "New York in the Revolution 1 CONC ", p. 195, as making loans to the State. 0 @I7090@ INDI 1 NAME Laura Mary /Bushman/ 2 GIVN Laura Mary 2 SURN Bushman 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Sep 1960 2 PLAC Holtsville, Suffolk, New York 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 98BA057B30914A0D82756B45A90EE48BB7FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 1 Aug 2008 3 TIME 08:06 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Laura Bushman 2001.JPG 2 NOTE File written by Adobe Photoshop¨ 4.0 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Ralph and Laura Schneider.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Laura Bushman 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F1976@ 1 NOTE @NI7090@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI7090@ NOTE 1 CONC After their divorce, Laura moved back to Long Island, New Y 1 CONC ork to be near her parents. Laura later married Ralph Schne 1 CONC ider. Ralph is with the Suffolk County Highway Patrol. 1 CONT 1 CONT On November 15, 1994, they had their first child, James Wil 1 CONC liam Schneider. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 2001 they lived at 9 Harmony Street in Manorville, NY 11 1 CONC 949 on Long Island . 0 @I7461@ INDI 1 NAME Puah /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Puah 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Dec 1746 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 97607BDFB46343E39AEA675D940CE0CF25DB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F1091@ 1 FAMC @F989@ 0 @I8196@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah Alexandra /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Sarah Alexandra 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Jul 1983 2 PLAC Holtville, Long Island, New York 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 52ADC7B74D1A4150A19DD38249BF1DC1EEAF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 Feb 2009 3 TIME 08:05 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Sarah 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Sarah Leggitt 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Sarah Leggitt and gierls 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4951@ 1 FAMC @F1976@ 1 NOTE @NI8196@ 0 @NI8196@ NOTE 1 CONC In 2007 Sarah shares a home with her sister-in-law Amy in R 1 CONC onkonkoma, NY on Long Island. After her brother, Alan, ret 1 CONC urned from his tour in Iraq, Amy returned to Alaska to be w 1 CONC ith him. Sarah and the kids moved back to Manorville to li 1 CONC ve with her mother and step-father. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sarah is on MySpace as SASSAFRASS. 0 @I7238@ INDI 1 NAME Miranda Ashley /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Miranda Ashley 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Apr 1993 2 PLAC Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 1 _UID FF61713795B4440583B798E999EE08B79B50 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:52 1 FAMC @F2271@ 0 @I7994@ INDI 1 NAME Honey // 2 GIVN Honey 1 SEX F 1 _UID E1E855A07FE34DB5A55F7F1ABCE56B703BA4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F1541@ 0 @I7995@ INDI 1 NAME Michael /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Michael 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Feb 1946 2 PLAC Anchorage, Anchorage District, Alaska 1 _UID 894DDF71137D40E2A3155A17C8F334FDED4F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1541@ 0 @I7996@ INDI 1 NAME Sherry Ann /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Sherry Ann 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1954 2 PLAC Anchorage, Anchorage District, Alaska 1 _UID 5EC5ECFAED5A446588CD716BBE1624ABCDF9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1541@ 0 @I7997@ INDI 1 NAME Patrick James /Osborne/ 2 GIVN Patrick James 2 SURN Osborne 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1950 2 PLAC Anchorage, Anchorage District, Alaska 1 _UID 2EFD257BD47643B895D4A54CE3BB72AF292E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1541@ 0 @I8016@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 5 Aug 1744 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 03CC489CA5B34B56981B296D505E3F987A65 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F989@ 0 @I8045@ INDI 1 NAME June // 2 GIVN June 1 SEX F 1 _UID 64D44FF23F324C71B647A4EBABEEF901C6CC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F1542@ 0 @I8048@ INDI 1 NAME Wilbur Fisk /Barton/ 2 GIVN Wilbur Fisk 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1847 2 PLAC , , Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Jun 1933 2 PLAC Oshtemo, Kalamazoo, Michigan 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE School teacher/Justice of the Peace in Burlington 1 EDUC 2 NOTE Said to be well-educated 1 RELI 2 NOTE Methodist-sang tenor in the church choir. 1 _UID 7AA482C6815E465795E8A9F8E8E10E14EB88 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Wilbur Barton.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Wilbur and Alice Barton.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Wilbur Barton 1e.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Wilbur Barton 2e.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE WilburBarton.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3020@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI8048@ 0 @NI8048@ NOTE 1 CONC Source Information: 1880 Federal Census 1 CONT Census Place Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan 1 CONT Family History Library Film 1254575 1 CONT NA Film Number T9-0575 1 CONT Page Number 395B 1 CONT 1 CONT Wilber BARTON Self M Male W 33 MI Farmer VT NY 1 CONT Alice BARTON Wife M Female W 26 MI Keeping House 1 CONC NY NY 1 CONT Earnest BARTON Son S Male W 5 MI MI MI 1 CONT Bessie BARTON Dau S Female W 3 MI MI MI 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is from his great grand daughter Jane Townsen 1 CONC d Antonetti: 1 CONT 1 CONT Wilbur Fisk Barton fell in love with Alice Jane Dickinson w 1 CONC hen she was 13 years old and he was 23. He had to wait 5 y 1 CONC ears before her people would consent to their marriage. H 1 CONC e waited and they had 4 children. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have a love letter that Wilbur wrote to Alice September 1 1 CONC 6, 1880. In the letter he also mentions his sister Emily a 1 CONC nd her husband Charley. I was told by my Aunt Eleanore (Cl 1 CONC ara's daughter) that Emily's daughter visited my Grandma Cl 1 CONC ara (in Allegan, Michigan and it was said that she ( the da 1 CONC ughter) was quite a character! 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is a letter written by Wilbur Fisk Barton t 1 CONC o his wife Alice Jane Dickinson Barton. The letter was dat 1 CONC ed September 1880. The envelope was postmarked September 1 1 CONC 6, 1880, Mason Valley Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sept, 1880 1 CONT 1 CONT My Darling Wife: I stradled a horse and rode 14 miles las 1 CONC t night to mail a letter to you and get one from you. I a 1 CONC m happy to say that I was not disappointed, I received a ni 1 CONC ce, long letter. I am real well now and not so homesic 1 CONC k & blue as I was. I didn't calculate to write business to 1 CONC day but give you a good love letter, but your letter is bef 1 CONC ore me and I shall write a few things in reply. But I mus 1 CONC t say darling girl that first, last and all times I love yo 1 CONC u most truly and devotedly. You are first and last in al 1 CONC l my thoughts and hopes and if my coming to Nevada has resu 1 CONC lted in no other good, it has shown me how truly I love you 1 CONC , how necessary you are to my happiness. I know I have tol 1 CONC d this same in other letters before but it is a story I kno 1 CONC w will bear repeating and I hope always precious wife min 1 CONC e that I shall be able to tell you the same story time an 1 CONC d again. When I look back upon the seven years of our marr 1 CONC ied life, I feel that I have appeared too indifferent to yo 1 CONC ur love that you have so lavishly bestowed upon me. But m 1 CONC y precious wife I have loved you all the time with the sam 1 CONC e love growing constantly which was set to burning in my he 1 CONC art in that first time that I saw you 12 years ago at tha 1 CONC t map meeting at Coldwater, when you were but a little dum 1 CONC p of a girl hardly knowing the meaning of love. I can loo 1 CONC k back and see you now as I saw you then not overly pre-pos 1 CONC sessing(?) perhaps to others but with that ( ? ) about tha 1 CONC t took a deep hold upon my heart that time cannot eradicat 1 CONC e and then the 5 years of hope and often bitterness, ho 1 CONC w I watched you grow up into womanhood, so beautiful, so go 1 CONC od and pure (that is to me) I know you never believe me whe 1 CONC n I flatter you. I need not tell you how I loved you then 1 CONC . I have time now to look back upon those times and up t 1 CONC o the present, how more than worthy you have been to all th 1 CONC e love that I could give. O, my darling you have been a goo 1 CONC d wife to me, faithful, true and loving and I thank God tha 1 CONC t you are my wife and the mother of my two precious, beauti 1 CONC ful children and I only have one wish for my beautiful bab 1 CONC y girl, that she may grow up as good and true and noble a 1 CONC s the mother that gave her birth and if that mother is spar 1 CONC ed as I know she will. O, my child I feel that if I coul 1 CONC d only hold you on my lap with my arms around you that I co 1 CONC uld never let you go. We shall probably be always poor bu 1 CONC t let us never let poverty drive love out at the door but g 1 CONC row in love to one another, our children and our God unti 1 CONC l we are called to that home above, where there is nothin 1 CONC g but love, no cares, no trials, no poverty. 1 CONT 1 CONT Please dear do not lay awake nights planning any more, fo 1 CONC r my mind is made up, what I shall do and planning won't ma 1 CONC ke it different. I see where I have failed in the past an 1 CONC d I shall try & avoid such things in the future, my comin 1 CONC g here has given me time to stop and think. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have just finished my love letter, perhaps you will thin 1 CONC k it silly but it is the thoughts of my heart and I write t 1 CONC o you always as I think, when I am blue and sick I write so 1 CONC , but I am feeling so well this last week and I know tha 1 CONC t I am deeply in love with a fair lady 2700 miles away an 1 CONC d take this opportunity to tell her so and I know what al 1 CONC l lovers don't know that my love is returned. With your le 1 CONC tter before telling me I must not come home so soon but sta 1 CONC y until I can pay my debts and C but dear will it pay me a 1 CONC nd you for me to stay here all winter doing nothing waitin 1 CONC g to get good wages in the spring. Will the happiness aris 1 CONC ing from a few dollars earned under those circumstances equ 1 CONC al the suffering and discomforts that you alone have to end 1 CONC ure, saying nothing of myself. I believe darling that dut 1 CONC y calls me to my family. I know my dear wife is sick mos 1 CONC t of the time and I am afraid this fretting and longing fo 1 CONC r her absent husband is doing her no good and I will come h 1 CONC ome by and by and love and pet her and nurse her back to he 1 CONC alth and joy once more, but then yet I don't want you to b 1 CONC e sick until then. I want you pretty and fresh as you wer 1 CONC e years ago when I thought you the most beautiful of Eve' 1 CONC s daughters. I though I had quit writing love in my othe 1 CONC r letter but you see from the abundance of the heart the pe 1 CONC n will speak. I must say dear that you do Emily injustice 1 CONC . I think to a certain extent she wished me here, when sh 1 CONC e was sick for she knew that Charley would worry, but I kno 1 CONC w when she sent for me she thought there was an opening her 1 CONC e for me to do better than back there. Charley in the spri 1 CONC ng was all ambition to clear up his ranch and make a big th 1 CONC ing of it and he was going to keep a man all the time and h 1 CONC e had hard times to get one that he could depend upon tha 1 CONC t she thought if I could come and get that land joining the 1 CONC m so that I would be handy when C was gone and C thought i 1 CONC t would be a good thing for them and me also, but Chas lear 1 CONC ned in one summer what it takes some men all their lives t 1 CONC o learn, that he knows nothing about farming and the soone 1 CONC r he gives up on a large scale the better. Still I think h 1 CONC e would like to keep me all winter to clear and smooth lan 1 CONC d if he were able, he has said nothing to the contrary bu 1 CONC t I know that he will have nothing to pay me with, do not b 1 CONC lame Em altogether for she is not to blame. I knew she wou 1 CONC ld be glad to do for me but they are no richer than some ot 1 CONC her folk. 1 CONT 1 CONT I did not wish to convey the idea that C and I did not ge 1 CONC t along together very good. He has never spoken an unkin 1 CONC d or unpleasant word to me since I came here, I wrote to yo 1 CONC u as I see him as a man. 1 CONT 1 CONT He has had no bringing up which accounts for many of the un 1 CONC manly qualities that he possesses in such eminent degree 1 CONC . Do not for anything let mother know what my feelings tow 1 CONC ard him are, I shall not write about him anymore but will t 1 CONC ell you all when I come home (going home, I live with tha 1 CONC t thought) I am so glad that you are going up to mother's 1 CONC , I know you will be better off there, I am willing to stan 1 CONC d the extra expense if you can only have it easier. Tell o 1 CONC ur folk that I will pay them for what wood you burn or I wi 1 CONC ll help them cut more when I come home, if you go there w 1 CONC e will stay until spring and I get out. 1 CONT 1 CONT This is a long letter but I have taken lots of comfort in w 1 CONC riting it so once more goodbye pet and (unreadable)? Goo 1 CONC d night, 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: I typed the letter just the way that he wrote it ( a 1 CONC nd the best that I could figure it out!) -Jane Townsend Ant 1 CONC onetti 1 CONT 1 CONT My Aunt Eleanore Claire Townsend Kemp (Wilbur's granddaught 1 CONC er) gave me the original letter as well as the following no 1 CONC tes: 1 CONT 1 CONT "He didn't sign it, I used a red pen to try to show you th 1 CONC e way he has written it, sometimes going to the top of on 1 CONC e sheet and to the other, it is hard to decipher. 1 CONT 1 CONT Emily apparently was his sister and Charley her husband, th 1 CONC ey did have a ranch in Yerington, Nevada. It is very high 1 CONC , cold country, the kind that gets snowed in, I was throug 1 CONC h there once, at one time their daughter visited my mother( 1 CONC Clara Barton Townsend) in Allegan, she was a character. Shi 1 CONC rley (Eleanore's sister) may remember her, I never saw her. 1 CONT 1 CONT You will notice that your great-grandfather was well-educat 1 CONC ed, he taught school at one time and was Burlington's Justi 1 CONC ce of the Peace and sang tenor in the Methodist church choi 1 CONC r. He was one of the sweetest people that I have ever kno 1 CONC wn. I am looking forward to seeing him first thing whe 1 CONC n I go to be with the Lord." 1 CONT 1 CONT -Aunt Eleanore 1 CONT 1 CONT *Additional note from Eleanore: The 2 children he mention 1 CONC s on page 1 would be Bessie & Ernest. Alice died quite you 1 CONC ng - Mother (Clara Barton) was 12 at that time. 0 @I8049@ INDI 1 NAME Matilda Anne /Roach/ 2 GIVN Matilda Anne 2 SURN Roach 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1815 2 PLAC , , Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 10378A7938044C5EBE0CFFB3A4EB44850417 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F498@ 1 NOTE @NI8049@ 2 SOUR @S154@ 0 @NI8049@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1875 Nevada state census lists M. J. Osborne, age 63, b 1 CONC orn in MA, housewife, residing in the household of C. Osbor 1 CONC ne in Esmeralda County. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Nevada census, Esmeralda County, Mason Valley, lists M 1 CONC atilda as head of household and farming. She was born abou 1 CONC t 1815 in Massachusetts. 1 CONT 1 CONT Her niece, Carrie Conklin, is listed with her. Carrie is l 1 CONC isted as teaching school. She was born in Illinois in abou 1 CONC t 1862. Her father is listed as born in Ohio and her mothe 1 CONC r as born in New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT Both of Matilda's parents are listed as born in Massachuset 1 CONC ts. 0 @I8050@ INDI 1 NAME Ann // 2 GIVN Ann 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3EA8163AAA8E4F6BB2A86B1DA81F07AE86BD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F499@ 1 NOTE @NI8050@ 0 @NI8050@ NOTE 1 CONC See notes by Emma Batchelder. She indicated that shortly a 1 CONC fter his arrival in Virginia City, Cornelius had an eat hou 1 CONC se and a blacksmith shop. He had a cook by the name of An 1 CONC n ( Anna ) whom he married. Ann was so mean that Nelson da 1 CONC re not go into the dining room unless other men were presen 1 CONC t. Cornelius finally divorced her. 0 @I8051@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew Leach /Greeley/ 2 GIVN Andrew Leach 2 SURN Greeley 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Sep 1835 2 PLAC Salisbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1889 2 PLAC Salisbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 _UID 03F2E3BEECE548069CE39FC35703E9663F96 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F2312@ 0 @I8052@ INDI 1 NAME Simon /Swartwout/ 2 GIVN Simon 2 SURN Swartwout 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Jul 1869 2 PLAC Eckford, Calhoun, Michigan 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 SOUR @S16@ 1 _UID FF221016BCE640A68F4231363F5124712C16 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F2313@ 0 @I8053@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Swartwout/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Swartwout 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Nov 1869 2 PLAC Eckford, Calhoun, Michigan 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Nov 1932 2 PLAC Winnemucca, , Nevada 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Reno, Washoe, Nevada 2 SOUR @S16@ 1 _UID A6CC144909684831B4DA8520755229E6C2E4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4331@ 1 FAMC @F2313@ 0 @I8055@ INDI 1 NAME (Daughter) /Osborn/ 2 GIVN (Daughter) 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Infant 1 _UID D5204F70DE174E689F2CF310BAAC6C9F9EDC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1092@ 0 @I8056@ INDI 1 NAME Myra B. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Myra B. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1886 2 PLAC , , Michigan 2 SOUR @S90@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4C6EEDF7F8C24962907EC564E8A2BA39B7AC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3022@ 1 FAMC @F1092@ 1 NOTE @NI8056@ 0 @NI8056@ NOTE 1 CONC The R. L. Polk & Co.'s Battle Creek (Michigan) city direct 1 CONC ory lists Myra B Osborn, copy holder Ellis Publishing Co, b 1 CONC oarding with her brother Nelson at 539 Van Buren W. in 1905 1 CONC -1907. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to Emma Batchelder, the last address of Myra Osbo 1 CONC rn who married Leo Smith was 315 South Pine Street, Lansing 1 CONC , Michigan. 0 @I8057@ INDI 1 NAME Harry /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Harry 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 _UID 38F66688C2374FD0A40261C84DCB37E53785 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1092@ 0 @I8058@ INDI 1 NAME Leo /Smith/ 2 GIVN Leo 2 SURN Smith 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1886 2 PLAC , , Iowa 2 SOUR @S90@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID ED51B18650C14C159168694E54A9F52DB689 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3022@ 0 @I8079@ INDI 1 NAME Barbara Lynne /Kolander/ 2 GIVN Barbara Lynne 2 SURN Kolander 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 May 1963 2 PLAC Glendale, Los Angeles, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID DCF1959AEA32481BA9F3D9C2F79806F83F2D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 12 Jan 2007 3 TIME 14:41 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Barbara Kolander.jpg 2 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Barbara Kolander 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Barbara Kolander and kids 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2363@ 0 @I8086@ INDI 1 NAME Degan Clarke /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Degan Clarke 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Jul 1994 2 PLAC Riverside, Riverside, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 5D37167C1B9F43558C72A00EEF2AA4A889EB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 Feb 2009 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Degan (flopped).jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\degan leggitt 2000.jpg 2 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Degan Leggitt 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Degan Leggitt 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Degan Leggitt - Jul 2008.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Degan Leggitt - Jun 2008.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F2363@ 1 NOTE @NI8086@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI8086@ NOTE 1 CONC Born 3:47 AM. 8.57 pounds, 19.75 inches in length. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 2008 Degan enrolled in his high school USAF ROTC. 1 CONT 1 CONT He is on MySpace as Future Soldier. 0 @I8114@ INDI 1 NAME Polly /Bush/ 2 GIVN Polly 2 SURN Bush 2 SOUR @S170@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC , Monroe, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1862 2 PLAC St. Joseph, , Michigan 2 SOUR @S171@ 1 _UID E03721C4A515402998725C53C7C1A87D8560 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F2665@ 0 @I8116@ INDI 1 NAME Silas /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Silas 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1823 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B6D14F406A5C4337867EF83A978CDBBD47B1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F2665@ 0 @I8117@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1828 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID E66AA900E5DA4A2DB6917916368997045FF7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F2665@ 0 @I8118@ INDI 1 NAME Emily /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Emily 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1829 2 PLAC Ogden, Monroe, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1865 2 PLAC Marshall, Calhoun, Michigan 1 SOUR @S171@ 1 _UID B8B5852AAD1047339E603EB34C27CED25576 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4757@ 1 FAMC @F2665@ 1 NOTE @NI8118@ 0 @NI8118@ NOTE 1 CONC These are a couple of messages I received from Patrick Pers 1 CONC ons in July 1994: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, 1 CONT 1 CONT I don't think I can help you with your Barton family, bu 1 CONC t you may have provided me with a clue that will help me so 1 CONC lve my Osborn dead-end. 1 CONT 1 CONT My ancestor, Emily OSBORN(E) was born 1829 in Monroe Count 1 CONC y, New York (I think in the town of Ogden). Her family mov 1 CONC ed to Calhoun County, MI and she married Joseph Kipp. Sh 1 CONC e died in 1865 in Marshall, MI. I've never been able to de 1 CONC termine who her parents were, despite much searching at th 1 CONC e Calhoun Co courthouse. In a book of cemetery records he 1 CONC r name follows those of a Silas Osborn and his wife Polly 1 CONC . Other Osborns that appear frequently in the county are 1 CONC , Cornelius and Rufus. 1 CONT 1 CONT I would be very interested to learn more about your wife' 1 CONC s Osborns. Do you know the names of Charles Barton Osborn' 1 CONC s parents? Did your Osborn family ever live in Monroe Co. 1 CONC , NY? When I go home tonight I'll check my records to se 1 CONC e if I have anything on your Bartons. You never know. 1 CONT 1 CONT I'll look forward to your reply. Hopefully we can help ea 1 CONC ch other. 1 CONT 1 CONT Patrick Persons 1 CONT Canton, MI 1 CONT 1 CONT personsp@metronet.lib.mi.us 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, 1 CONT 1 CONT Great to hear from you! Its so good to find someone else r 1 CONC esearching this Osborn family. They have been giving me fi 1 CONC ts for years - I never am able to get past Silas. Maybe b 1 CONC y combining forces we can make some progress on this line. 1 CONT 1 CONT I checked my records and Emily Osborn was born in Ogden, M 1 CONC onroe Co., NY around 1829. I suspect that her parents wer 1 CONC e Silas and Polly, but I don't know this for sure. That i 1 CONC s my first goal - to find proof of her parents names. Sila 1 CONC s and Polly had a daughter Mary b.a. 1828, m. Isaac Bisbee 1 CONC ; and a son Silas b.a.1823. I would guess that Silas (Sr. 1 CONC ) was a brother-in-law to Martha Osborn. Now we need to fi 1 CONC gure out who Martha's husband was and who is parents were 1 CONC . The mention of Cornelius and Sidney Barton being secon 1 CONC d cousins could be useful information. 1 CONT 1 CONT I'm hoping that the answers to some of these questions ma 1 CONC y be found in Monroe County, NY. I'm sending a letter to t 1 CONC he Ogden town historian to see if she can help. Land recor 1 CONC ds for Monroe county would probably be helpful, but we'd ei 1 CONC ther need to go there in person or pay to have someone sear 1 CONC ch them. Probate records would be very helpful for you t 1 CONC o find Martha's husband, but last time I checked it cost ar 1 CONC ound $75 just to have them search - even if they don't fin 1 CONC d anything 1 CONT 1 CONT Let me know if you have any other ideas on how we can trac 1 CONC k down these Osborns? 1 CONT I'll definitely keep you posted. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks again for your information. 1 CONT 1 CONT Patrick 1 CONT 1 CONT I found this at Patrick's web site at http://www.geocities. 1 CONC com/personsp/ped5.html 1 CONT 1 CONT Silas Osborn Born: Place: Marr: Place: Died: 1844 Plac 1 CONC e: Tekonsha, MI 1 CONT Emily Osborn---------- Born: 1829 Place: Ogden, NY Died: 1 1 CONC 867 Place: Calhoun Co., MI 1 CONT Polly Born: Place: Monroe Co., NY Died: 1862 Place: St. J 1 CONC oseph, MI 0 @I8290@ INDI 1 NAME Carlton Eugene /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Carlton Eugene 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 Dec 1959 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Apr 1960 1 BURI 2 PLAC Babyland, Harlington Cem, Washington Twp, Bremer 1 _UID 43D025943B5742658849720065D17C1E1894 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3475@ 0 @I8994@ INDI 1 NAME Seth William /Barton/ 2 GIVN Seth William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Nov 1802 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Nov 1861 2 PLAC Washington, , District Of Columbia 1 SOUR @S51@ 1 SOUR @S65@ 1 _UID 7E6F7F5C5C20456D962D92ED8EE2C96FE00D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3394@ 1 FAMC @F4004@ 1 NOTE @NI8994@ 0 @NI8994@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Ron Barton Seth William was a seaman and build 1 CONC er. He was the last of the direct line to be born in Rhod 1 CONC e Island, where the Bartons had lived and died for six gene 1 CONC rations. 1 CONT 1 CONT His daughter, Mary Louise, wrote of him, "of my own father 1 CONC , I will say that the most precious legacy that a parent ca 1 CONC n leave to his children he left to me. Especially his loya 1 CONC l, faithful, gentle treatment of my mother has made me thin 1 CONC k highly of the possibilities of all men in that way." 1 CONT 1 CONT He was an officer and a seaman. He went to California duri 1 CONC ng the gold rush and dug for gold between April 27 and Jul 1 CONC y 7, 1850. He was elected Justice of the Peace in Turnersv 1 CONC ille, California, on December 17, 1850. He sailed back fro 1 CONC m California on July 1, 1851, on the Steamer Union. They w 1 CONC ere wrecked on the coast, but rescued 2 weeks later. 1 CONT 1 CONT No better epitaph could be weriien for him than the last pa 1 CONC ragraph of a leter addressed to Seth in 1847 by his brother 1 CONC -in-law, John L. Jewett: "May the consciousness of a life s 1 CONC pent in constant efforts to increase the comforts and sooth 1 CONC e the afflictions of all with whom you are connnected giv 1 CONC e you, dear brother, that peace which the world cannot give 1 CONC ." 0 @I9009@ INDI 1 NAME Harry L. /Barton/ 2 GIVN Harry L. 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Mar 1860 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5A7190496CA748EA89A1147C2C6426B00986 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE HarryBarton cropped.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE HarryBarton.jpg 2 TITL Harry Barton (center) 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4827@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI9009@ 0 @NI9009@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: See Sidney Barton's notes and statement by Alice L 1 CONC ouisa Osborn Perry. 1 CONT 1 CONT The LDS IGI has the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT William BARTON Self M Male W 65 NY Farme 1 CONC r RI NY 1 CONT Louisa L. BARTON Wife M Female W 60 VT Keepi 1 CONC ng House NY NY 1 CONT Harry L. BARTON Other S Male W 29 MI N 1 CONC Y VT 1 CONT Lucinda G. DICKEY GDau S Female W 9 MI M 1 CONC I MI 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT Source Information: Census Place Burlington, Calhoun, Mich 1 CONC igan 1 CONT 1 CONT In March 2005 Jane Antonetti told me: I found Emily & Wilb 1 CONC ur's brother Harry Barton (so to speak). He married a lad 1 CONC y named Olive who had 3 sons (she was divorced). Harry rai 1 CONC sed them as his own. I found Harry's (step) great-grandson 1 CONC . He and his wife were nice enough to send me a picture o 1 CONC f him. (Harry is the older man who is standing in the middl 1 CONC e of the group between his stepsons and assorted relatives. 0 @I9010@ INDI 1 NAME Eben Clark /Barton/ 2 GIVN Eben Clark 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1854 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5AEFAC733BBC4C2DAA9EA353E1A194F925E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3400@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI9010@ 2 SOUR @S127@ 2 SOUR @S3@ 0 @NI9010@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: See Sidney Barton's notes and statement by Alice L 1 CONC ouisa Osborn Perry. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1880 Federal Census for Michigan has: 1 CONT 1 CONT Eben C. BARTON Self M Male W 26 MI Farmer NY VT 1 CONT Susan BARTON Wife M Female W 24 MI Keeping House N 1 CONC Y NY 1 CONT 1 CONT Source Information: Census Place Burlington, Calhoun, Mich 1 CONC igan 1 CONT 1 CONT The LDS IGI also contains: 1 CONT Husband 1 CONT EBEN CLARK BARTON Pedigree 1 CONT Birth: Marshall, Calhoun, Michigan 1 CONT Christening: 1 CONT Marriage: 06 AUG 1890 , Knox, Illinois 1 CONT Death: 1 CONT Burial: 1 CONT Father: WILLIAM S. BARTON Family 1 CONT Mother: LOUISA OLDS 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT Wife 1 CONT NETTIE ESTELLE MCGREW Pedigree 1 CONT Birth: Maquon, Knox, Illinois 1 CONT Christening: 1 CONT Marriage: 06 AUG 1890 , Knox, Illinois 1 CONT Death: 1 CONT Burial: 1 CONT Father: MILTON H. MCGREW Family 1 CONT Mother: HANNAH A. CONNER 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT Children 1 CONT None 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1890 Troy, NY City Directory lists Eben Barton, house 5 1 CONC 34 Second avenue, Lansingburgh, Troy, NY. 1 CONT 1 CONT Battle Creek, Albion, Marshall, and Calhoun County director 1 CONC y, 1897-98 lists Eben C. Barton as Justice of the Peace fo 1 CONC r Burlington, Calhoun County, Michigan. He is also listed a 1 CONC s a lawyer in Burlington. 0 @I9011@ INDI 1 NAME Charles S /Barton/ 2 GIVN Charles S 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1845 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4246148E16084035B245DEEE8C57190F8B08 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3401@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI9011@ 2 SOUR @S149@ 2 SOUR @S127@ 0 @NI9011@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1870 federal census for the Township of Burlington, Cal 1 CONC houn County, Michigan indicates the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Barton, Charles 25 m Farmer Michigan 1 CONT Amanda 22 f Keeping house Michigan 1 CONT Wilbur 23 m Works on farm Michigan 1 CONT 1 CONT http://www.rootsweb.com/~micalhou/marriages_b.htm has: 1 CONT BARTON CHARLES S BARTON DICKINSON AMANDA S DICKINSON 04 NO 1 CONC V 1868 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1880 federal census contains: 1 CONT Charles S. BARTON Self M Male W 35 MI Farme 1 CONC r NY NY 1 CONT Louisa A. BARTON Wife M Female W 32 MI Keepi 1 CONC ng House NY NY 1 CONT Anna DICKEY Niece S Female W 12 MI Schola 1 CONC r MI MI 1 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 1 CONC --------------------- 1 CONT Source Information: Census Place Bliss, Emmet, Michigan 0 @I9012@ INDI 1 NAME Lucinda /Barton/ 2 GIVN Lucinda 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1842 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 16C2F900B7764521B34D1839517B2B26D26E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 Mar 2007 3 TIME 21:16 1 FAMS @F5192@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI9012@ 0 @NI9012@ NOTE 1 CONC Jane Antonetti found the following in the Biographical Revi 1 CONC ew for Calhoun 1 CONT County (Page 574 & 575) under a heading for Seymour C. Eslo 1 CONC w: (This is 1 CONT the last paragraph) 1 CONT "The marriage of Mr. Eslow united him with Miss Anna L 1 CONC . Dickey, a 1 CONT daughter of William Henry and Lucinda (Barton) Dickey, nati 1 CONC ves 1 CONT respectively of Manchester and Marshall, Michigan. Mrs. Di 1 CONC ckey being a 1 CONT daughter of William S. and Louisa (Olds) Barton. In religi 1 CONC ous 1 CONT affiliations both Mr. & Mrs. Eslow are members of the Metho 1 CONC dist Episcopal 1 CONT church of Homer." 1 CONT 1 CONT On 3/7/2007 I received the following from John Dickey [jpdi 1 CONC ckey@gmail.com] 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you for posting the ancestry of Lucinda Barton on Anc 1 CONC estry.com . 1 CONT 1 CONT I have been working on genealogy for two weeks. My first p 1 CONC roject is to trace the descendants of Lucinda Barton and W 1 CONC illiam H. Dickey. She was the daughter of Louisa Olds an 1 CONC d William Sydney Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Wm H. Dickey's brother, a farmer and carpenter, was my grea 1 CONC t grandfather. I have wondered for some time what happene 1 CONC d to William's side of the family. 1 CONT 1 CONT It appears that the marriage started like a fairy tale, bu 1 CONC t they did not live happily ever after. He was a dashing o 1 CONC fficer just back from the war. He rose from Sergeant to Co 1 CONC lonel during the Civil War, and in honor of his distinguish 1 CONC ed service, was appointed a brevet brigadier general by Con 1 CONC gress in 1867, retroactive to 1865. In 1870 William and Lu 1 CONC cinda owned a business in Hastings, owned a house, had a li 1 CONC ve-in servant, and had a daughter Anna. It looks like ever 1 CONC ything fell apart shortly after that. 1 CONT 1 CONT I see that their daughter Lucinda G Dickey grew up on th 1 CONC e Barton family farm in Burlington township, staying ther 1 CONC e with her grandmother for many years and teaching school. 1 CONT 1 CONT Wm and Lucinda G's daughter Anna Dickey married Seymour Esl 1 CONC ow, of Homer. Anna and Seymour do not seem to have had an 1 CONC y children, unless shortly before her death. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rather late in life, Lucinda G. Dickey, married a man name 1 CONC d Carson Strong. They lived several years in Tekonsha, Mic 1 CONC higan and then moved to Washington State. He had three chi 1 CONC ldren by a former marriage and three children with Lucind 1 CONC a G. 1 CONT Carson Strong died in 1943. Lucinda G probably died someti 1 CONC me between the 1920 and 1930 census dates. 1 CONT Their son Ralph seems to have entered the Army in 1941. 1 CONT Carson's son Earl lived until 1970. I have requested a cop 1 CONC y of his obituary. 1 CONT The other four children and stepchildren were girls, and s 1 CONC o far the trail ends in 1910, 1920 or 1930. 1 CONT 1 CONT It is highly likely that there are descendants of Lucinda ( 1 CONC Barton) Dickey still living in Washington state or elsewher 1 CONC e, perhaps even back here in Michigan. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have some additional details I would be happy to share wi 1 CONC th you, if you are interested. 1 CONT If you have information you would share with me about thi 1 CONC s branch of the family, I would very much appreciate it als 1 CONC o. If you could suggest Barton family members who may hav 1 CONC e information that they would be willing to share with me t 1 CONC hat would be wonderful. 1 CONT 1 CONT I expect that there are members of the Barton family stil 1 CONC l in Burlington who at least know stories passed along in t 1 CONC he family about Lucinda G Dickey, and might even still be i 1 CONC n contact with her and her family. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thank you for any help you may be able to give. 1 CONT 1 CONT John Dickey - Marshall High Class of 1964 1 CONT 717 Oakridge Drive 1 CONT Jackson, MI 49203 1 CONT (517) 782-3181 0 @I9033@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph William /Barton/ 2 GIVN Joseph William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Aug 1839 2 PLAC Boston, , Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 May 1907 1 SOUR @S51@ 1 SOUR @S65@ 1 _UID C2C024545E034EE2A979A0A3658BE0FDBD9B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3407@ 1 FAMC @F3394@ 1 NOTE @NI9033@ 0 @NI9033@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Ron Barton, his son, Joseph, wrote about him: 1 CONT 1 CONT "He was reserved, silent, and a great student. I do not th 1 CONC ink I ever heard him laugh outright. He was not one to enc 1 CONC ourage questions; as a matter of fact, his children stood i 1 CONC n considerable awe of him. He worked for the government; h 1 CONC e was connected with the office of the Supervising Architec 1 CONC t, and in that capacity was on the construction of the Ne 1 CONC w York Post Offices. Abraham Lincoln was in the habit of w 1 CONC riting notes to him and sending them by his son, Tad, direc 1 CONC ting my father to let Tad have certain articles which the b 1 CONC oy wanted to play with. These autograph letters were signe 1 CONC d 'A. Lincoln" were in my father's possession for many year 1 CONC s, but I think they were finally converted into cash by m 1 CONC y brother without father's knowledge to supply money for so 1 CONC me of my brother's boyhood schemes." 1 CONT 1 CONT "From 1885 to 1897 father was connected with various buildi 1 CONC ng operations and contracts, the principal being the buildi 1 CONC ng of the Adams Express Co. stables in Jersey City and th 1 CONC e Morris Park Race Track in Westchester Co. New York. He s 1 CONC erved a short enlistment in the Civil War with the First Wa 1 CONC shington Cavalry. For the last 10 years of his life he wa 1 CONC s an invalid. He died in Jersey City May 8, 1907." 0 @I9036@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph Jewett /Barton/ 2 GIVN Joseph Jewett 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Jul 1872 2 PLAC Jersey City, , New Jersey 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Dec 1925 2 PLAC Passaic, , New Jersey 1 SOUR @S51@ 1 _UID 9874FDC6419F4FDDA1E8258480CB5DF4A9CD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4726@ 1 FAMC @F3407@ 1 NOTE @NI9036@ 0 @NI9036@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Ron Barton, Joseph engaged in the management a 1 CONC nd acquisition of traction companies, railroads, and coal m 1 CONC ines, chiefly for the E.H. Harriman interests in the middl 1 CONC e west. He spent long hours tracing lines of descent of th 1 CONC e Bartons and drawing them on genealogical charts. He coll 1 CONC aborated with his aunt (Mary Louise Barton) who worked fo 1 CONC r the Treasury Department in Washington and spent her vacat 1 CONC ions poring over town records in Rhode Island, copying insc 1 CONC riptions from tombstones, reading in genealogical librarie 1 CONC s and visiting aged Bartons. 1 CONT 1 CONT Died of a stroke, age 52. 1 CONT 1 CONT Joseph J. and Olive "adopted" (not legally) Marie Pettipier 1 CONC re (was abandoned at the door of a convent in St. Joseph, M 1 CONC O. Had tuberculosis of the bone and went to Ashville, NC. t 1 CONC o stay in Mrs. Christian's sanitarium, where she lived fo 1 CONC r another year or two. 1 CONT 1 CONT On 27 May 2004 Ronald Barton poste 1 CONC d the following to the royc-barton online database: 1 CONT Note: 1 CONT Joseph Jewett Barton had 3 sons: 1 CONT Roger Avery Barton 12/27/1903 (Brooklyn, NY) - 6/17/1976 i 1 CONC n NJ Edward Olmstead Barton 8/20/1907 (Moberly, MO) - 3/1/1 1 CONC 974 in Houston, TX. 1 CONT Richard Hazard Barton 3/3/1911 (Greensboro, NC) - 10/8/200 1 CONC 1 in Venice, FL 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard was my father. Here is a short summary of his life: 1 CONT Born in a white frame house on McAdoo Ave., Greensboro, NC 1 CONC . at 10:30 am. 1 CONT 1 CONT Graduated from Passaic High School and entered the Busines 1 CONC s College of NYU. Met Eunice Mable Harry in January, 1929 1 CONC , at the home of Doris Hamilton in Rutherford. 1 CONT 1 CONT October 1933, Richard sold their house in Passaic, bough 1 CONC t a $300 Chevy and drove south to Appomatox Courthouse, Vir 1 CONC ginia. Rented "Pine Crest Farm" a dairy farm with 20 Gurnse 1 CONC y cows, a one-story cottage, peach orchard and two henhouse 1 CONC s for $15/month. 1 CONT 1 CONT Two years later Richard moved to Bedford County, about 4 mi 1 CONC les west of Boonsboro, VA. Purchased an 80 acre farm wit 1 CONC h an old but classic house, a frame barn, 2 tobacco house 1 CONC s and several old log cabins which used to house slaves. P 1 CONC aid $100 down and $15/month. Through competitive examinati 1 CONC ons, Richard was awarded a position in the Agricultural Ext 1 CONC ension group to administer some of the farm programs unde 1 CONC r the Roosevelt administration, and was later appointed t 1 CONC o the Agricultural Advisory Board for the State of VA. H 1 CONC e later became advisor and manager for some large farming e 1 CONC states. When World War II broke out, he was also working a 1 CONC t the Lynchburg Foundry as an industrial engineer. 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard sold a couple of cows and bought an engagement rin 1 CONC g for Eunice and they were married in the Baptist Church o 1 CONC f Lynchburg on Nov. 22, 1941. 1 CONT 1 CONT When Richard was drafted, they sold the farm and moved t 1 CONC o a house on Fort Avenue in Lynchburg. Eunice moved back t 1 CONC o Rutherford, NJ when Richard was inducted, and worked fo 1 CONC r the American Hard Rubber Co. in Manhattan. 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard retired from Vulcan Materials Co. in 1976, but stay 1 CONC ed on 3 years and managed their international marketing eff 1 CONC orts. 0 @I9038@ INDI 1 NAME Richard Hazard /Barton/ 2 GIVN Richard Hazard 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S65@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Mar 1911 2 PLAC Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina 2 SOUR @S65@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Oct 2001 2 PLAC Venice, , Florida 2 SOUR @S65@ 1 SOUR @S51@ 1 _UID 7A0AC65B6942417BB6C059015D74134A0A93 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4727@ 1 FAMS @F4967@ 1 FAMC @F4726@ 0 @I9043@ INDI 1 NAME Ronald Miles /Barton/ 2 GIVN Ronald Miles 2 SURN Barton 2 NPFX Doctor 2 SOUR @S65@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jun 1947 2 PLAC Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii 2 SOUR @S65@ 1 SOUR @S51@ 1 _UID 6D9DA4518CBF4E55A600713D2513318D37A9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4969@ 1 FAMC @F4727@ 1 NOTE @NI9043@ 2 SOUR @S51@ 2 SOUR @S65@ 0 @NI9043@ NOTE 1 CONC From the Ancestry Message Boards - Message [Barton], 12 No 1 CONC v 2002 1 CONT 1 CONT My name is Ronald M. Barton and Joseph Jewett Barton was m 1 CONC y grandfather and was born 9/13/1872 in Jersey City, NJ, an 1 CONC d died 12/8/1925 in Passaic, NJ. My father, Richard H. Bart 1 CONC on, was born in Greensboro, NC in 1911, in a house on McAdo 1 CONC o (?St, Ave.). Joseph did extensive research into the Barto 1 CONC n genealogy and traced our branch of the Bartons back to Ru 1 CONC fus, d. 1648. I have learned through other sources that Jos 1 CONC eph J. did write a letter to the US Govt. requesting a pens 1 CONC ion for his ancestor. It is said that his appeal was approv 1 CONC ed. Here is my lineage to Rufus: 1 CONT Rufus Barton - d. 1648 1 CONT Benjamin Barton - b. 1645, m. 6/18/1672, d. 1720 1 CONT Andrew Barton - b. 1674, d. 1723 1 CONT Samuel Barton - b. 1705, m. 3/23/1737, d. 3/1750 1 CONT Rufus Turner Barton - b. 8/20/1749, m. 4/17/1771, d. 6/10/1 1 CONC 807 1 CONT William Barton - b. 8/1/1777, m. 1/3/1802, d. 1815 1 CONT Seth William Barton - b. 11/16/1802, m. 12/11/1832, d. 11/5 1 CONC /1861 1 CONT Joseph William Barton - b. 8/25/1839, m. 12/14/1865, d. 5/8 1 CONC /1907 1 CONT Joseph Jewett Barton - b. 7/13/1872, m. 12/30/1900, d. 12/8 1 CONC /1925 1 CONT Richard Hazard Barton - b. 3/3/1911, d. 10/8/2001 1 CONT Ronald Miles Barton - b. 6/20/1947 1 CONT 1 CONT His first cousin, Seth Sargent Barton, says Ronald is a pla 1 CONC stic surgeon living in Tennessee. 0 @I9104@ INDI 1 NAME Susan // 2 GIVN Susan 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1856 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 98EA50BCEB82470FB55955327CE1A66E5765 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3400@ 1 NOTE @NI9104@ 0 @NI9104@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1880 Federal Census for Michigan indicates both her par 1 CONC ents were born in New York. 0 @I9105@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Jane /Dickinson/ 2 GIVN Alice Jane 2 SURN Dickinson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1854 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1898 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID F46172D033904C07961E8EF4DA38AB04A48A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Alice Barton.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE AliceBarton e.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3020@ 1 NOTE @NI9105@ 0 @NI9105@ NOTE 1 CONC Alice Jane's sister, Amanda, married Wilbur Barton's brothe 1 CONC r Charles. 0 @I9107@ INDI 1 NAME Sidney /Barton/ 2 GIVN Sidney 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1857 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S3@ 1 _UID 2145F2F00A124AFC8D043CCC9BAB8B6F835F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4991@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI9107@ 2 SOUR @S127@ 0 @NI9107@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1880 federal Michigan census indicates their residenc 1 CONC e as Vernon, Isabella, Michigan. His profession is as a far 1 CONC mer. 0 @I9111@ INDI 1 NAME George /Barton/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1852 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A93463D72003494680D5352F5381158FFA66 1 CHAN 2 DATE 7 Mar 2007 3 TIME 20:47 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI9111@ 2 SOUR @S85@ 0 @NI9111@ NOTE 1 CONC In March 2005 Jane Antonetti told me: I think that I have t 1 CONC racked down their brother George Barton as well. He was ma 1 CONC rried and moved to Iowa and ended up in Oregon. He had abo 1 CONC ut 6 children. I just left a message for the lady that doe 1 CONC s research at the library in the county where he died. I' 1 CONC m trying to get an obit for him-I'd like to find his descen 1 CONC dants. I'll update you on the names and dates that I hav 1 CONC e found another time. 0 @I9207@ INDI 1 NAME Ernest D. /Barton/ 2 GIVN Ernest D. 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1874 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 3C482E0B4A1D4DAD8B24D44CCD7FF37FABB7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3020@ 1 NOTE @NI9207@ 0 @NI9207@ NOTE 1 CONC I was told by my Aunt Eleanore that Ernest had two bad marr 1 CONC iages. Adopted a boy named Wallace or Wayne? Ernest wa 1 CONC s a good man. He eventually moved out to California. He l 1 CONC ived with his sister Clara Barton for a while. He did no 1 CONC t have any children of his own and I was told that his adop 1 CONC ted son did not turn out very well. Wayne was listed as be 1 CONC ing born 1908 in MI, probably Washtenaw Co. Since Ernest d 1 CONC id not have any Barton sons, the Barton name died with hi 1 CONC m from Wilbur Barton's line. 0 @I9209@ INDI 1 NAME Bessie Louise /Barton/ 2 GIVN Bessie Louise 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1877 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1932 2 PLAC Michigan 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 70E64B9D821D4CC7B2D34ABC52F47F84C43E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3020@ 1 NOTE @NI9209@ 0 @NI9209@ NOTE 1 CONC Bessie had an ex-husband named Ray. They had one son name 1 CONC d Leland Elliott. Leland died and he did not have children 1 CONC . Bessie lived in Detroit; worked in a tent and awning comp 1 CONC any.Divorced in 1932. 0 @I9210@ INDI 1 NAME Harriett E. /Withall/ 2 GIVN Harriett E. 2 SURN Withall 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Jul 1830 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Feb 1914 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Organic heart disease 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 _UID DDB00072919C4B25B2D2B4BEB3B91A4A6256 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F1266@ 1 NOTE @NI9210@ 2 SOUR @S141@ 0 @NI9210@ NOTE 1 CONC The Tekonsha Story says Harriet E. Withall was the daughte 1 CONC r of John and Dinah Sophie Withall. At the age of seven, sh 1 CONC e attended the coronation of Queen Victoria. At that time s 1 CONC he was living in Holemere, England with her grandfather, Th 1 CONC omas Goldsmith, who had long been connected with the roya 1 CONC l family. 0 @I9211@ INDI 1 NAME Clara Louisa /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Clara Louisa 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Aug 1855 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 May 1882 1 _UID 582ED75DC579408F801C0D665CE165AD253D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Clara Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4349@ 1 FAMC @F1266@ 1 NOTE @NI9211@ 0 @NI9211@ NOTE 1 CONC MIGenWeb Calhoun County Marriage Index has: 1 CONT OSBORNE CLARA LOUISA OSBORNE WITHALL JUDSON JOHN WITHALL 1 1 CONC 4 NOV 1878 1 CONT OSBORN CLARA L OSBORN ALLEN ABRAM L ALLEN 21 FEB 1883 0 @I9212@ INDI 1 NAME Fanny E. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Fanny E. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Nov 1857 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Jul 1932 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Cardiac insufficiency 2 SOUR @S178@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 _UID 0869D648DC454546A14FC4B549971252E823 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Fanny E. Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F1266@ 1 NOTE @NI9212@ 0 @NI9212@ NOTE 1 CONC The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revol 1 CONC ution Volume 74 1 CONT Miss Fannie E. Osborn. 1 CONT DAR ID Number: 73381 1 CONT Born in Calhoun County, Mich. 1 CONT Descendant of Rufus Barton. 1 CONT Daughter of Rufus Osborn (1817-91) and Harriet E. Osborn (b 1 CONC . 1830), his wife, m. 1889. 1 CONT Granddaughter of Stephen Osborn and Martha Barton (1788-185 1 CONC 2), his wife, m. 1812. 1 CONT Gr-granddaughter of Rufus Barton and Prudence Cole (1754-18 1 CONC 62), his wife, m. 1771. 1 CONT Rufus Barton was placed on the pension roll, 1836, for serv 1 CONC ice as orderly sergeant and ensign, and, 1777-78, as lieute 1 CONC nant in Capt. Benjamin Church's company, Colonel Tallman' 1 CONC s regiment; also, 1778-79, as Deputy Commissary of Issues 1 CONC . He died 1807, in Lansingburgh, N. Y. 0 @I9213@ INDI 1 NAME Barton Rufus /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Barton Rufus 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1858 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 Dec 1942 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Riverside Cemetary 1 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID 7204A5C95FF2426FB25676F7AD3E95BF9AC4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4425@ 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9214@ INDI 1 NAME James A. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN James A. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Jan 1861 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Mar 1903 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID F1C0BEB07BCD46A3BF135DA5A1E93A2E1673 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE James A. Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9215@ INDI 1 NAME Anna M. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Anna M. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1863 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1891 1 _UID C3569B6C17EC4B7D8BFC7BD33B48B0F3E60F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4350@ 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9216@ INDI 1 NAME Mattie E. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mattie E. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1865 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1891 1 _UID C3925933539A4D84A6596A9012867DD27FEC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9217@ INDI 1 NAME Ralph W. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Ralph W. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1869 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Jul 1943 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID 4FAFE16DE7BD46F5A6E253FB696A921E84AF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4427@ 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9218@ INDI 1 NAME E. Sydney /Osborn/ 2 GIVN E. Sydney 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1872 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1891 1 _UID 1950AE9631FF4423AB286E4EBC1A1FDCA468 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9219@ INDI 1 NAME Mavis Ethelyn /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Mavis Ethelyn 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Jun 1934 2 PLAC , Bremer, Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Apr 2000 2 PLAC Dewey, Washington, Oklahoma 1 _UID A8F86CFB8A9B4656BE3A446AFB3FB10A63D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Mavis Eveland.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Mavis Tennison.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Mavis Eveland-2.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3474@ 1 FAMC @F1818@ 1 NOTE @NI9219@ 0 @NI9219@ NOTE 1 CONC The SSDI has the following: MAVIS TENNISON 04 Jun 1934 1 1 CONC 8 Apr 2000 (V) 74029 (Dewey, Washington, OK) (none specifie 1 CONC d) 485-30-7096 Iowa. 0 @I9220@ INDI 1 NAME Louie M. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Louie M. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1875 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1891 1 _UID CB18411357734905A93F7A0DF933ECA67CC2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9221@ INDI 1 NAME Bessie B. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Bessie B. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1876 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1891 1 _UID 1620DF4E75DB405990D67DDA98A570BC7263 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I9230@ INDI 1 NAME Carlton Eugene /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Carlton Eugene 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Mar 1936 2 PLAC Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Jun 1988 2 PLAC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma 1 _UID 0470D47B66CE49B986E98CDD02A67300ECAC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Gene Eveland 2.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Gene Eveland.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3475@ 1 FAMC @F1818@ 1 NOTE @NI9230@ 0 @NI9230@ NOTE 1 CONC Gene died due to complications of a leg injury as a resul 1 CONC t of a cave-in during a trenching operation. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a Carl Eveland listed in the Social Security Deat 1 CONC h Index with date of birth 15 Mar 1936 in Iowa and date o 1 CONC f death 7 July 1988. No death location is indicated, bu 1 CONC t a ZIP code of 73402 is listed. The SSDI indicated that w 1 CONC as an invalid ZIP code. However, I later found it to be Ar 1 CONC dmore, Oklahoma. 1 CONT 1 CONT His brother Vern told me Gene was born March 15, 1936 in Wa 1 CONC terloo, and died June 2, 1988 in Oklahoma City. My understa 1 CONC nding is that he had previously had a work accident after w 1 CONC hich a leg was amputated, but he didn't die from that speci 1 CONC fically. 0 @I9241@ INDI 1 NAME John /Tennison/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Tennison 1 SEX M 1 _UID AA4435563ED147AC8333FFAAE258CDD2B35A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\John Tennison.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3474@ 0 @I9252@ INDI 1 NAME John Boyd /Tennison/ 2 GIVN John Boyd 2 SURN Tennison 1 SEX M 1 _UID C1F8926490084AE49F769E737FC762D71AB9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Johnny Boyd Tennison.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F3474@ 0 @I9262@ INDI 1 NAME Steven /Tennison/ 2 GIVN Steven 2 SURN Tennison 1 SEX M 1 _UID F88B7549D15548B3A9832C21CC76700B9855 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Stephen Tennison.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F3474@ 0 @I9268@ INDI 1 NAME Janice /Ahrends/ 2 GIVN Janice 2 SURN Ahrends 1 SEX F 1 _UID D9BEDA83C22F48F28E09C17F5986C95BF947 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Janice Ahrends.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3475@ 0 @I9269@ INDI 1 NAME Alan Clarke /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Alan Clarke 2 SURN Leggitt 2 NSFX II 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Mar 1986 2 PLAC Heidelberg, , Germany 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID E8108D80080046CB87CB4201DE840B143469 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 Feb 2009 3 TIME 07:59 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan II 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan Leggitt II - 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Alan II Leggitt 2008.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4089@ 1 FAMC @F1976@ 1 NOTE @NI9269@ 0 @NI9269@ NOTE 1 CONC After completion of high school in 2004, Alan joined the Un 1 CONC ited States Army and has aspirations of eventually becomin 1 CONC g a physician's assistant. 1 CONT 1 CONT Alan was stationed at Fort Richardson in Anchorage in lat 1 CONC e 2006 when his unit got orders to go to Iraq. His longtim 1 CONC e girlfriend, Amy, flew to Anchorage to visit him before hi 1 CONC s departure. While there they married. He arrived in Iraq i 1 CONC n November 2006. 1 CONT 1 CONT In April 2007 Alan was promoted to sergeant and is now a sq 1 CONC uad leader in Fallujah, Iraq. He is due to return home in D 1 CONC ecember. 1 CONT 1 CONT His unit returned to their home base at Fort Richardson nea 1 CONC r Anchorage. His wife Amy joined him there. 1 CONT 1 CONT In June 2008 Alan was transferred to Fort Polk near Leesvil 1 CONC le, Louisana. Fort Polk is home of the Joint Readiness Trai 1 CONC ning Center (JRTC), the US Army's premier training center f 1 CONC or light infantry and special operations units. Alan will t 1 CONC rain young soldiers based on his own actual combat experien 1 CONC ce. 1 CONT 1 CONT He and Amy (with their cat Turk) drove down from Anchorag 1 CONC e to Leesville over a period of 13 days, visiting friends a 1 CONC nd family along the way. They stopped in Berkley, Californi 1 CONC a and took a tour of the University of California Berkley w 1 CONC here Alan hopes to attend college after his tour with the A 1 CONC rmy is completed in April 2009. 1 CONT 1 CONT Alan is on MySpace.com as Got a thing for strumpets 0 @I9271@ INDI 1 NAME Tamera Jean /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Tamera Jean 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Jul 1958 2 PLAC , Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID A4769CC07D5D4434AB2D4EE947D851145B17 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 Mar 2009 3 TIME 05:11 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Tamera Eveland.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3482@ 1 FAMC @F3475@ 1 NOTE @NI9271@ 0 @NI9271@ NOTE 1 CONC In March 2009 I received the following from Tami from emai 1 CONC l address Gail Black [gailblck@yahoo.com]: 1 CONT 1 CONT ntblHi....Let me introduce myself.My name is Tamra Eldridge 1 CONC (Eveland)My father was Gene,my grandfather was Carlton an 1 CONC d my aunt Elaine was your late wife.My mother ,who still li 1 CONC ves in Waverly is Janice.What a hoot to stumble on this web 1 CONC site! And what a lot of work youve done! Im impressed! I in 1 CONC stantly emailed my 2 sisters Tracy and Kim with the link s 1 CONC o they can read it and look at all those pictures.Most Iv 1 CONC e seen but alot I havent,what a trip down memory lane! If t 1 CONC heres any info or pictures I can add,let me know,Id be happ 1 CONC y to send some of the Evelands back here in Iowa and Kansa 1 CONC s City.I seen a picture on the site of the 3 boys and would 1 CONC nt know them if they passed me on the street...its been yea 1 CONC rs....where has the time gone? So if I understand this righ 1 CONC t.....youve traced the Evelands back to the 1400's ?You ta 1 CONC ke care...and bless you ...Tami 0 @I9272@ INDI 1 NAME Kimberly Jo /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Kimberly Jo 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Dec 1960 2 PLAC , Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID AD3DFD40DDE14E71BD6C39B4C4D672581E09 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3475@ 0 @I9280@ INDI 1 NAME Tracey Jaye /Eveland/ 2 GIVN Tracey Jaye 2 SURN Eveland 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Jul 1966 2 PLAC , Bremer, Iowa 1 _UID A8C5462833E24011849C26B5B3BB7FFE27E4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\Tracey Eveland.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3485@ 1 FAMC @F3475@ 0 @I9291@ INDI 1 NAME David Paul /Dobbs/ 2 GIVN David Paul 2 SURN Dobbs 1 SEX M 1 _UID A5FAA1AE2DE949F4AC5E70A273505BF16C46 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3485@ 0 @I9385@ INDI 1 NAME Alpheus-Alphonso R. /Montross/ 2 GIVN Alpheus-Alphonso R. 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Oct 1854 2 PLAC , , Wisconsin 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1920 1 SOUR @S179@ 1 _UID 19766C1E78864EF2BB9550C57727A82E304B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Dec 2008 3 TIME 12:48 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Eveland\A. R. Montross.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3512@ 1 NOTE @NI9385@ 2 SOUR @S180@ 0 @NI9385@ NOTE 1 CONC Marriage certificate is recorded on page 450 of the Breme 1 CONC r County Marriage Records Jan 1873 - April 1880. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1885 State Census of Iowa, Butler County, Bennezette To 1 CONC wnship lists: 1 CONT Montross Alpheus R 27 SE SW 30 M M Farmer Wis N N X X 6 1 1 CONC 6 34 34 1 CONT Montross Julietta A 28 F M Keeping House N N 6 17 34 34 1 CONT Montross Royal D 3 M S N N 6 18 34 34 1 CONT Montross Percy A 0 M S N N 6 19 35 35 1 CONT Montross Griffin 27 NE SE 69 M M Farmer Ohio N N X 6 20 3 1 CONC 5 35 1 CONT Montross Pamelia M 59 F M Keeping House NY N N 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1894 Atlas of Bremer County, Iowa lists A. R. Montros 1 CONC s with 34 acres in Washington Township section 13. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1900 Federal Census for Bremer County, Washington Towns 1 CONC hip, Iowa lists the following in enumeration district 35, s 1 CONC heet 5, line 54: 1 CONT 1 CONT Montross, Alpheus, W, Oct, 1854, age 45, born Wisconsin, fa 1 CONC rming, both parents were born in New York. His wife was Ju 1 CONC lieth, born Nov, 1856 in Iowa. Her father was born in Ne 1 CONC w Jersey and mother in New York. Children all born in Iow 1 CONC a were Percy born Apr 1884, Beatrice born Apr 1887, daughte 1 CONC r Kay (or Ray) born Mar 1890, daughter Augusta (or Angicla? 1 CONC ) born May 1892, and Louisa born Aug 1897. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is no soundex for the Iowa 1910 census so I could no 1 CONC t check for children born after 1900. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1917 Atlas of Bremer County, Iowa lists A. R. Montros 1 CONC s with 90 acres in Washington Township section 13. 1 CONT 1 CONT Alpheus R. Montross is listed in the 1920 Iowa census for B 1 CONC remer County, Washington Township, age 65. It indicates h 1 CONC e was born in Wisconsin, his father was born in Ohio and hi 1 CONC s mother was born in New York. His wife's father was born i 1 CONC n New Jersey and her mother was born in New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a possibility Alpheus' father may be either Eno 1 CONC x L or Samuel Montross. They are the only two Montross entr 1 CONC ies in the 1855 and 1860 Wisconsin census. They are both li 1 CONC sted in the Winfield Township, Sauk County. 1 CONT 1 CONT Taylor, John Wilson, Montross : a family history : Pierre M 1 CONC ontras and his descendants, a record of 300 years of the Mo 1 CONC ntras, Montross, Montrose, Montress family in the United St 1 CONC ates and Canada Staunton, Va.: McClure Print. Co., 1958, 88 1 CONC 0 pgs. 1 CONT 1 CONT The above text, page 303, lists a Enos Lemael Montross (486 1 CONC ), born 27 May 1828 in Greene Co., N.Y., died 20 Mar. 190 1 CONC 9 at Reedsburg, Wisc. Married 5 Feb 1851 at Four Mile Poin 1 CONC t Lighthouse, Greene Co., Sarah Ann Pelton b. 22 June 182 1 CONC 7 at Athens, Green Co., dau. of John Pelton (9 Aug. 1800-2 1 CONC 8 Jan1867) and his wife Sarah R. Hinckley (6 May 1807-26 Ju 1 CONC ne 1890); both Enos and Sarah Ann were buried on their farm 1 CONC ; their bodies were later moved to the Greenwood cem., Reed 1 CONC sburg. 1 CONT 1 CONT Soon after he was married, Enos moved to Wisconsin, where h 1 CONC e farmed with his father on their 180-acre farm -- part o 1 CONC f Sec. 25, township 13, range 4, near Reedsburg. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children (2, both b. Reedsburg): 1 CONT 1 CONT (1) Frederick L. Montross b. 12 Nov. 1851; d. 23 Aug. 185 1 CONC 4; bur. Reedsburg 1 CONT (2) Ivan B. Montross b. 7 Nov. 1855; d. 9 Mar. 1860; bur 1 CONC . Reedsburg 1 CONT (3) Agnes williams Montross (adop.; m. Jason Pelton and d 1 CONC . abt. a year after her marriage. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: Bertha Montross (1026) who owned in 1953 the famil 1 CONC y Bible of Samuel Montross (216). 1 CONT 1 CONT This would tend to show that Enos was not the father of Alp 1 CONC heus. However, if a family relationship can be proved, th 1 CONC e Montross Family History would provide the ancestry back t 1 CONC o the immigrant. Likewise, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com 1 CONC /cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1969955&id=I1824 has a detaile 1 CONC d pedigree on Enos. 1 CONT 1 CONT In October 2002 I searched the various online databases fo 1 CONC r Alpheus again. I found a recent posting for an Alpheus/Al 1 CONC phonso Montross who was married to Juliette Agusta Gould. B 1 CONC ingo!! (Sally Dockstadler is identified as the source provi 1 CONC ded this new posting.) 1 CONT 1 CONT This lead provided Alpheus' parents: Griffin Montros and P 1 CONC ermilla Maria Rumsey. That, in turn, led me to the Montross 1 CONC : a family history identified as a source. That source the 1 CONC n provided the six generation connection back to the immigr 1 CONC ant, Pierre Montras, who migrated from France to Montreal a 1 CONC bout 1680. 0 @I9386@ INDI 1 NAME Juliette Agusta /Gould/ 2 GIVN Juliette Agusta 2 SURN Gould 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Nov 1856 2 PLAC Janesville, Bremer, Iowa 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1930 1 _UID 413EB1B42F604733B5A97902F62B6278C125 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F3512@ 1 FAMC @F3956@ 1 NOTE @NI9386@ 2 SOUR @S90@ 0 @NI9386@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1930 federal census lists Juliette as mother-in-law i 1 CONC n the household of Harry E. and Mae A. Robninson in East Wa 1 CONC terloo Township, Black Hawk County, Iowa. 0 @I9387@ INDI 1 NAME Beatrice /Montross/ 2 GIVN Beatrice 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Apr 1887 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 501CBDA02D874D2FB0ECE2876DBF8C28DEC0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3512@ 0 @I9388@ INDI 1 NAME Kay (Or Ray) /Montross/ 2 GIVN Kay (Or Ray) 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Mar 1890 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 4B19BED32F3542ADAE8EA5B1AAE0469C467B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3512@ 1 NOTE @NI9388@ 2 SOUR @S181@ 0 @NI9388@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1900 census looks more like Kay than Ray. However, in 2 1 CONC 000, Clarkdalelady@aol.com referred to her as Aunt Rae. 0 @I9389@ INDI 1 NAME Augusta May /Montross/ 2 GIVN Augusta May 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE May 1892 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3CF19BEFE4154BE1A81453357CDF1D8B2303 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4725@ 1 FAMC @F3512@ 1 NOTE @NI9389@ 0 @NI9389@ NOTE 1 CONC Subject: Re: della elaine eveland's ancestry From: Clarkdal 1 CONC elady@aol.com Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 09:47:28 EDT 1 CONT 1 CONT My grandmother was Augusta May. Her oldest daughter adopte 1 CONC d me when I was 3 years old. Augusta was Married to Harry E 1 CONC arl Robinson. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Clarkdalelady@aol.com Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 12:14:5 1 CONC 2 EDT 1 CONT 1 CONT In a message dated 10/20/00 8:44:54 AM US Mountain Standar 1 CONC d Time, royc@cts.com writes: 1 CONT 1 CONT << Did you grow up near Waverly, Iowa? I >> 1 CONT I grew up in Waterloo, now living in Clarkdale Arizona. 1 CONT 1 CONT Somewhere in the family, (one of my Aunts), is a history o 1 CONC f the family back to when they immigrated to the U.S. an 1 CONC d a lot of details about their early lives here. I don' 1 CONC t know at this point which Aunt has it, due to their lifelo 1 CONC ng sibling rivalry, but it's really interesting. I saw i 1 CONC t a couple of times when I was a kid. I think Mildred has i 1 CONC t, but I can't be certain. My adopted Mom had all that stu 1 CONC ff, and she passed it on to me with instructions that it wa 1 CONC s NOT, under any circumstances to go to Mildred, so I gav 1 CONC e it all to Beverly (other Aunt). She was ready to turn i 1 CONC t over to Mildred as the new family historian but those tw 1 CONC o got into a huff, so now I don't know which one has it 1 CONC . I know there were pictures of the Montross's farm, tin ty 1 CONC pes of some of the Montross's, family bible dating back t 1 CONC o who knows how far, and a lot of other stuff. Grandma alw 1 CONC ays claimed that her Montross ancesters came over on a late 1 CONC r voyage of the Mayflower, but can't document that unles 1 CONC s I could get my hands on the old documents that have bee 1 CONC n passed down. I know she got real quiet when she discover 1 CONC ed that one of the original ancestors was a horse thief, an 1 CONC d had to leave or be hung. Guess she didn't want to talk a 1 CONC bout that part........... 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Clarkdalelady@aol.com Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 21:44:1 1 CONC 1 EDT 1 CONT 1 CONT I'm afraid I never met any of the Montross family other tha 1 CONC n grandma and her sisters. They were not terribly interest 1 CONC ed in each other very much. 1 CONT 1 CONT Beatrice married a rancher and they homesteaded in Montana 1 CONC , met them a few times when they came to visit or my mom an 1 CONC d I went there. Since they had no children, they wanted t 1 CONC o deed the ranch to my mom, but mom didn't want to live the 1 CONC re (too cold.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Rae moved to another city in Iowa, (don't remember which on 1 CONC e), and we didn't see much of her either. 1 CONT 1 CONT Louise moved to Mason City, then moved to Waterloo in her l 1 CONC ater years. She lived with us for awhile, then got hersel 1 CONC f a place of her own. 1 CONT 1 CONT I'll probably be seeing one of my aunts around Christmas ti 1 CONC me, and I'll ask her if she has the family stuff. If she d 1 CONC oes, I'll then ask for copies of everything she's willing t 1 CONC o let loose of. If she doesn't have it, I'll talk to my ot 1 CONC her Aunt and see what she's got. It has to be between th 1 CONC e two of them. Tradition handed all this stuff down to th 1 CONC e oldest daughter, which in this case was my mom, but I thi 1 CONC nk I told you that in the previous note. There was always s 1 CONC o much friction between them that even Grandpa's death wa 1 CONC s an occasion for a big fight between the girls...... 1 CONT 1 CONT Carolyn Gary also said her grandmother, Augusta Mae, was b 1 CONC orn in May of 1892, not 1902. She married her grandfathe 1 CONC r Harry Robinson in 1912. 0 @I9391@ INDI 1 NAME Louisa /Montross/ 2 GIVN Louisa 2 SURN Montross 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Aug 1897 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 708EEE7847BB427BA351545BB26A4AFF2B59 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3512@ 0 @I9392@ INDI 1 NAME Shane Christopher /Leggitt/ 2 GIVN Shane Christopher 2 SURN Leggitt 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Jul 1996 2 PLAC Cedarpines Park, San Bernardino, California 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 72797D3E4E4546EF996FBF658C889BC50EFC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 8 Feb 2009 3 TIME 07:50 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Shane (flopped).jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Shane Leggitt 2001.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\shane leggitt 2000.jpg 2 NOTE LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Shane Leggitt 2005.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Shane Leggitt - Jul 2008.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F2363@ 1 NOTE @NI9392@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI9392@ NOTE 1 CONC Born at home with the assistance of a midwife. Born at 11: 1 CONC 45 PM, just fifteen minutes too soon to share his older bro 1 CONC ther Degan's birthday of July 11th. (Roy Dean shares his o 1 CONC lder brother Alan's birthday of October 10th.) He was 21. 1 CONC 5 inches long and weighed 9 pounds 2 ounces. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 2009 Shane is on MySpace.com as $h@n3 0 @I10214@ INDI 1 NAME Michelle Christine /Hull/ 2 GIVN Michelle Christine 2 SURN Hull 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Sep 1964 2 SOUR @S78@ 1 _UID 6C89822C01D54648B1C167D0D5323905F540 1 CHAN 2 DATE 14 Aug 2008 3 TIME 07:48 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Michelle 2000.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Michelle 2003.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Michelle Fein - May 2006.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Michelle and Roy Leggitt ca 1984.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Leggitt\Michelle Fein - 2007-09.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F2362@ 1 NOTE @NI10214@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI10214@ NOTE 1 CONC After her divorce from Roy, Michelle married David Fein. Th 1 CONC ey and Michelle's and Roy's three children lived in Monumen 1 CONC t, Colorado. They later moved to downtown Colorado Spring 1 CONC s in a house more than a hundred years old. In about 2005 M 1 CONC ichelle and David moved into a new development in Colorad 1 CONC o Springs where they share some facilities with the 30 or s 1 CONC o other members of the community. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the summer of 2007 Michelle said "I just graduated wit 1 CONC h a masters in Elementary Education and am teaching Kinderg 1 CONC arten at the school where I was the principal. I enjoy bein 1 CONC g in the classroom with the kids much more!" 0 @I10603@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 7 Oct 1705 2 PLAC East Hampton 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID EDF7F931A87048C7827765967DC97C998460 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F141@ 0 @I10611@ INDI 1 NAME Robin Allen /Benham/ 2 GIVN Robin Allen 2 SURN Benham 1 SEX M 1 _UID DB4B9A59BE72486BAFE703DF77D435FFF35E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3482@ 0 @I10616@ INDI 1 NAME Henry Day /Gould/ 2 GIVN Henry Day 2 SURN Gould 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Jan 1829 2 PLAC Morristown, , New Jersey 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S187@ 1 _UID 2EE1A3FE95A74BC2AD096E0E8125E443F8C7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F3956@ 1 FAMC @F3957@ 1 NOTE @NI10616@ 0 @NI10616@ NOTE 1 CONC History of Butler and Bremer County, 1883, page 1098 has th 1 CONC e following biographical information: 1 CONT 1 CONT Henry D. Gould, one of the early settlers of Jefferson town 1 CONC ship, and one of Jefferson's most trusted and enterprisin 1 CONC g citizens, was born in Morristown, New Jersey, January 13 1 CONC , 1829. He was the son of Z. S. and H. L. (Day) Gould. 1 CONT His father died in 1868; but his mother is still living o 1 CONC n the old homestead, in New Jersey, where she has lived fo 1 CONC r over sixty years, at the advanced age of eighty years. H 1 CONC enry D. is the third of a family of seven children, all o 1 CONC f whom are living, excepting one sister. When sixteen year 1 CONC s of age, he left the parental roof, going to Brooklyn, Lon 1 CONC g Island, where he learned the confectioner's trade, follow 1 CONC ing the same, as a journeyman, for something over nine year 1 CONC s. Having a thorough knowledge of the business, he determi 1 CONC ned to embark in this branch for himself; but this proved t 1 CONC o be a disastrous move, as in it he lost nearly all of th 1 CONC e hard earnings of his early life. Nothing daunted by hi 1 CONC s misfortune, he resolved to seek his fortune in the West 1 CONC , and in March, 1856, landed in Jefferson township, Breme 1 CONC r county, where he bought land on section 33, on which he h 1 CONC as resided every since. In 1852, he was married to Miss El 1 CONC iza J. Miller, a native of Brooklyn, born July 18, 1830. T 1 CONC he change from city to country life, upon the western prair 1 CONC ie, was a great one, and it is no wonder that Mrs. Gould of 1 CONC ten sighed for the old home. 1 CONT But many changes have been wrought in the years that ar 1 CONC e gone. The little log cabin in which they first lived ha 1 CONC s long since been replaced by a more elegant structure. Th 1 CONC e farm has been improved, and they are now surrounded by al 1 CONC l the comforts obtainable in the older countries. Mr. Goul 1 CONC d has always been active in township affairs, holding at al 1 CONC l times some one or more of the various local offices. Mr 1 CONC . and Mrs. Gould are the parents of four children, three o 1 CONC f whom are living -- Mary Louisa, living at home; Juliett 1 CONC a A., wife of A. Montrouse; Josephine F., wife of John Vinc 1 CONC ent; Joseph D. who died in 1879, at the age of sixteen year 1 CONC s. The family are active members of the M. E. Church. Mr 1 CONC . Gould has been one of the trustees of the church for man 1 CONC y years. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1900 Bremer County, Jackson Township census indicates H 1 CONC enry D. Gould was born Jan 1829, age 71, and is a widower 1 CONC . His daughter Mary L. was born Apr 1855, age 45, and is s 1 CONC ingle. The entry indicates that Henry's parents were bot 1 CONC h born in New Jersey. It also indicates his occupation i 1 CONC s a capitalist. Mary's entry indicates her mother was bor 1 CONC n in New Jersey also. 0 @I10617@ INDI 1 NAME Eliza J. /Miller/ 2 GIVN Eliza J. 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Jul 1830 2 PLAC Brooklyn, , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 020E2949D446486A83BD08FEF1838554E175 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F3956@ 0 @I10618@ INDI 1 NAME Zenas Smith /Gould/ 2 GIVN Zenas Smith 2 SURN Gould 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Sep 1796 2 PLAC Orange, Essexco, New Jersey 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 Nov 1866 2 PLAC Morristown, Morrisco, New Jersey 1 SOUR @S187@ 1 _UID CBCB077E2383444A922E6D45FCBEEDA20A43 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F3957@ 1 FAMC @F4677@ 1 NOTE @NI10618@ 2 SOUR @S188@ 0 @NI10618@ NOTE 1 CONC Horse Neck Founders H & G Soc 1 CONT 1 CONT ID: I3018 Name: Zenas Smith Gould Sex: M Change Date: 02 JU 1 CONC N 2002 Birth: 26 SEP 1796 in Orange, Essex County, NJ, US 1 CONC A Death: 28 NOV 1866 in Morristown, Morris County, NJ, US 1 CONC A Note: Birth date from an index card written by Norman Gou 1 CONC ld, indicating a sample of flax grown by ZSG. In the year t 1 CONC hat they were married they bought a farm in Washington Vall 1 CONC ey about 2 and one half miles (West) from Morristown, NJ. I 1 CONC n the book, 'In Lights and Shadows', by Cam Cavanaugh, pag 1 CONC e 109 shows a map from 1853 with ZSG's house. Have a cemete 1 CONC ry deed, Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown, NJ, dated 11 SEP 1 1 CONC 858 for lot 58, section F. Also a receipt 1 AUG 1931 for th 1 CONC is plot for $200 for perpetual care, to Eva M. Gould. 1 CONT 1 CONT Go to http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=G 1 CONC ET&db=horseneck&id=I3018 for a detailed ancestry of Zenas S 1 CONC mith Gould with a connection to Darlene Osborne's Osborne l 1 CONC ine in East Hampton, Long Island, NY and Ashford, Kent, Eng 1 CONC land. 0 @I10619@ INDI 1 NAME Harriet Louise /Day/ 2 GIVN Harriet Louise 2 SURN Day 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 May 1803 2 PLAC Chatham, Morrisco, New Jersey 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Nov 1890 2 PLAC Morristown, Morrisco, New Jersey 1 SOUR @S187@ 1 _UID 223298E17B3E43FA8CDC8F32FB369E2BE64E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Oct 2008 3 TIME 07:30 1 FAMS @F3957@ 1 NOTE @NI10619@ 0 @NI10619@ NOTE 1 CONC Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown. 0 @I10620@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Louise /Gould/ 2 GIVN Mary Louise 2 SURN Gould 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Apr 1855 2 PLAC , , Iowa 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 7FA5D7A418A84EF19780C0B7B03369DD55E1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3956@ 0 @I10622@ INDI 1 NAME Josephine F. /Gould/ 2 GIVN Josephine F. 2 SURN Gould 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 679C961A8148491FBD973CDC1F98674AB848 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3956@ 0 @I10623@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph D. /Gould/ 2 GIVN Joseph D. 2 SURN Gould 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1863 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1879 1 _UID A9C1EE73F37549FE95B6AF45EB3E131409A2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3956@ 0 @I10698@ INDI 1 NAME Charles A. /Barton/ 2 GIVN Charles A. 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S80@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1820 2 PLAC , , Vermont 2 SOUR @S80@ 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S80@ 1 _UID 6398951ADC5A41EAB4B22CBB28F8B05880EF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3974@ 1 FAMC @F4235@ 1 NOTE @NI10698@ 2 SOUR @S106@ 0 @NI10698@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1877 History of Calhoun County lists Charles A. Barto 1 CONC n as the town clerk of Marshall 1845-46. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the 1850 Federal Census for Marshall Township, Calhoun C 1 CONC ounty, Michigan, C. A. Barton is listed as household 252, f 1 CONC amily 265. (C. A. Barton's place of birth is unreadable. I 1 CONC t is not Michigan, New York, or Pennsylvania. It is probabl 1 CONC y Vermont.) His wife is listed only by her initial C. The t 1 CONC hree children are also listed only by their initials. In th 1 CONC e same household N. S. and L. Barton are listed as family 2 1 CONC 66. The initials, ages, and places of birth coincide exactl 1 CONC y with Nathan Sisson Barton and his wife Lucinda. From thi 1 CONC s information I am assuming Charles A. Barton is the son o 1 CONC f Nathan Sisson Barton and brother of William Sidney Barton 1 CONC , who is listed as household 254, family 268. 1 CONT 1 CONT MIGenWeb Calhoun County Marriage Index has: 1 CONT BARTON CHARLES A BARTON KILLAM CYNTHIA KILLAM 06 FEB 1841 1 CONT 1 CONT We know Cynthia died in 1852. Unfortunately, there is no fu 1 CONC rther mention of Charles A. Barton in other census or lan 1 CONC d records. 0 @I10699@ INDI 1 NAME Cynthia /Killiam/ 2 GIVN Cynthia 2 SURN Killiam 2 SOUR @S80@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1823 2 PLAC , , Pennsylvania 2 SOUR @S80@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Aug 1852 2 PLAC , Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Apoplexy 2 SOUR @S189@ 1 _UID 4E340A9300954E5FADB5453E246D19837374 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3974@ 1 NOTE @NI10699@ 0 @NI10699@ NOTE 1 CONC Barton, Cynthia died Aug 29, 1852 age 30y of apoplexy, wif 1 CONC e of Charles A. Barton. 0 @I10700@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy /Barton/ 2 GIVN Lucy 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1815 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1D5E757F6997409D86005346071DC5085C1E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4235@ 1 NOTE @NI10700@ 2 SOUR @S50@ 0 @NI10700@ NOTE 1 CONC MIGenWeb Calhoun County Marriage Index has: 1 CONT BARTON LUCY BARTON BUTTS HENRY BUTTS 06 DEC 1855 0 @I10701@ INDI 1 NAME Amanda S /Dickinson/ 2 GIVN Amanda S 2 SURN Dickinson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1848 2 PLAC , , Michigan 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 42165AED78644C67BD82AE07DF0206E8F105 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3401@ 0 @I10702@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus James /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus James 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1673 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1752 1 _UID C0343966A5F3417FB2D8A9A76CAE8DB420BF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3975@ 1 FAMC @F4237@ 1 NOTE @NI10702@ 0 @NI10702@ NOTE 1 CONC Genealogies of Rhode Island Families from the New England H 1 CONC istorical and Genealogical Register, Vol 1, Selected and In 1 CONC troduced by Gary Boyd Roberts, GPC Baltimore 1989, page 26 1 CONC , includes a section entitled Bartons of Warwick, R. I. - T 1 CONC he following items were copied from an old document in poss 1 CONC ession of the late Miss Mary Barton (line of Benjamin5) o 1 CONC f Barton's Corner, Warwick, R. I. Austin, in his R. I. Gen 1 CONC ealogical Dictionary mentions only the names of Rufus's fam 1 CONC ily as given in his will, and omits dates. 1 CONT 1 CONT (The text then lists the names and birthdates of the childr 1 CONC en of Rufus and Sarah Barton - I have incorporated them int 1 CONC o the database.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Gorton text, page 173 indicates Rufus' birthdate as Nov 1 CONC ember 4, 1704. 1 CONT 1 CONT Middle name and birth location is from IGI. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol 5, page 286 has th 1 CONC e following will abstract: 1 CONT 1 CONT BARTON, Rufus, of Warwick, yeoman. Will dated 27 Mar 1750 1 CONC , proved 6 Nov 1752, pgs 210-213. Mentions: Wife Sarah Ba 1 CONC rton. Sons Rowland Barton, William Barton, and Rufus Barto 1 CONC n. Daughters Margaret Wicks and Sarah Barton single. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following notes came from a file provided to me by Ann 1 CONC a Buxton Barton: 1 CONT 1 CONT --[NEH&GR Vol. 65, Oct 1911 p.380-381] Barton of Warwick, R 1 CONC .I. - The following items were copied from an old documen 1 CONC t in the possession of the late Miss Mary BARTON (line of B 1 CONC enjamin,5) of Barton's Corners, Warwick, R.I. Austin, in hi 1 CONC s R.I. Genealogical Dictionary, mentions only the names o 1 CONC f Rufus's family as given in his will, and omits dates. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of Rufus,3 & Sarah BARTON: 1 CONT Mary,4 b. Dec 2 1705, 1st. day of the week. 1 CONT Banjamim,4 b. July 21 1707, 2nd. day of the week. 1 CONT Rowland,4 b. April 7 1709, 5th. day of the week. 1 CONT Margaret,4 b. Sep 13 1711, 5th. day of the week. 1 CONT John,4, b. March 7 1714, 3rd, day of the week. 1 CONT Ebenezer,4 b. May 28 1717, 2nd. day of the week. 1 CONT Rufus,4 b. Jan 9 1719, 7th. day of the week. 1 CONT Sarah,4 b. April 28, 1722, 5th day of the week. 1 CONT William,4 b. Sep 12 1726, 2nd. day of the week. 1 CONT 1 CONT "I find the following data of this family: Rufus,3 (Benjami 1 CONC n,2 Rufus,1) m. Sarah ROBINSON, 4 Jan 1705; Rufus d. 1752 1 CONC , and Sarah d. 1760. Rowland,4 b. 1709, m. Freelove STAFFOR 1 CONC D. Their son Benjamin,5 m. Sarah HALL. Margaret,4 b. 1711 m 1 CONC . Robert WICKES. John,4 m. Mary, dau. of Elkanah JOHNSON o 1 CONC f Coventry, R.I., 21 July 1743, and d. at Providence, R.I. 1 CONC , 15 July 1749." (signed at) East Greenwich, R.I. Est 1 CONC her A. S. Briggs. 1 CONT \\ 0 @I10703@ INDI 1 NAME Rachel // 2 GIVN Rachel 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1718 1 _UID 8E8FCCD3B5254E189B2A2B01845104C58BEC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3976@ 0 @I10704@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Dec 1705 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6EFB3B03513949EE8B3606F8550961F9DF65 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10705@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Jul 1707 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 85179D603CB3419E801F6380EFDEBBF66725 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10707@ INDI 1 NAME Rowland /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rowland 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Apr 1709 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F74603E085FA47F486400F8C5F85CC7B668C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3979@ 1 FAMC @F3975@ 1 NOTE @NI10707@ 0 @NI10707@ NOTE 1 CONC The Barton Family manuscript listed the first five children 1 CONC . Someone after it was written added the last four childre 1 CONC n in pencil. It also has an original note that Will mentio 1 CONC ns gr. daus. Susanna & Freelove Matteson. 0 @I10708@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Barton/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Sep 1711 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 0DDA92891BD54B8891C840E7776FC2A592FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3980@ 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10709@ INDI 1 NAME John /Barton/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Mar 1714 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1749 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 _UID A0B2C7B1E29945C3AAB3FBC12681DD3923EF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3981@ 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10710@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Barton/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 May 1717 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 67346695551941A3BC5EC0B2BB83408577DB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10711@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Jan 1719 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 043B62A2DB79497BA478759A56DA7DACDFA3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10712@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Barton/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Apr 1722 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9107CF85695F4EA5B815AB42847EF16FC3E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3975@ 0 @I10713@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Sep 1726 2 PLAC Probably, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F79A47B9F082437F8423EE7B037C32B1374D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3975@ 1 NOTE @NI10713@ 0 @NI10713@ NOTE 1 CONC The Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, RI has the following inscri 1 CONC ption: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Ruth ye Wife of William Barton she Departed th 1 CONC e Life Feb. 11th AD 1777 Aged 30 Years 8 Months & 16 Days 0 @I10714@ INDI 1 NAME Freelove /Stafford/ 2 GIVN Freelove 2 SURN Stafford 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1709 2 PLAC Of, Amos 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1CD856E56C944E2985EC89A01E687F135859 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3979@ 1 NOTE @NI10714@ 0 @NI10714@ NOTE 1 CONC Incidents in the life and times of Stuckeley Westcote: wit 1 CONC h some of his descendants says: Freelove, daughter of Amo 1 CONC s and Mary, was born 1709, November 14. Some have it April 1 CONC , some have it October. Married after 1731, Roland Barton 1 CONC , of Warwick. He was admitted a freeman 1731. Roland was o 1 CONC f Rufus, of Benjamin, of Rufus Barton, of Warwick 1647, o 1 CONC f Portsmouth 1640. 0 @I10716@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Aug 1744 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Mar 1833 1 _UID D15F09A5A8A241E6A25FB825F404FE4164C1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3982@ 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I10717@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Hall/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Hall 1 SEX F 1 _UID 45BE904913F84EC5AA966F953677D4500FAE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3982@ 0 @I10718@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Wickes/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Wickes 1 SEX M 1 _UID 5C90C4B5644C48CDBDD09C75806602651536 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3980@ 0 @I10719@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Johnson/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Johnson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of, Coventry, , Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3412A79662D04D41B247BEAF322F66BD2D1F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3981@ 0 @I10720@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Barton/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1637 2 PLAC Old Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Aug 1693 1 SOUR @S190@ 1 SOUR @S191@ 1 _UID 53F4A66CC2714EDF8DAD36BA671BF73B9701 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3983@ 1 FAMC @F4238@ 1 NOTE @NI10720@ 0 @NI10720@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of marriage and death: Genealogies of Rhode Islan 1 CONC d Families, Vol 1, page 508. 0 @I10721@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Greene/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Greene 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Jun 1628 2 PLAC Salisbury, Wiltshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Jun 1717 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 SOUR @S190@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 SOUR @S191@ 1 _UID 2792665B86CE41E3B4DF91CFC3ED81CEE4A5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Apr 2007 3 TIME 08:16 1 FAMS @F3983@ 1 NOTE @NI10721@ 0 @NI10721@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of birth, marriage, and death: The Genealogical Dict 1 CONC ionary of Rhode Island by John Osborne Austin, page 250 (a 1 CONC s husband of Elizabeth Barton, daughter of Rufus Barton. 1 CONC ) This section also indicated Thomas' parents as John & Jo 1 CONC an (Tattersall) Greene. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is from the Rhode Island Reading Room at http 1 CONC ://www.rootsweb.com/~rigenweb/wills2.html: 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Greene, who was born abt 1630, son of John and Joan 1 CONC n (Tattershall) Greene, and died June 05, 1717 in Warwick 1 CONC , Kent, RI. On June 30, 1659 in Warwick, Kent, RI he marrie 1 CONC d Elizabeth Barton, born abt 1637, daughter of Rufus and Ma 1 CONC rgaret (Todd) Barton, and died August 20, 1693 in Warwick 1 CONC , Kent, RI. They are the 7th great grandparents of Norma Co 1 CONC mbs. 1 CONT 1 CONT THOMAS GREENE - WILL & INVENTORY 1 CONT In the name of God Amen the twenty fifth Day of January i 1 CONC n ye year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixtee 1 CONC n or seventeen I Thomas Green of Warwick In ye Collony of R 1 CONC hoad Island & Providence Plantations In New England yeoma 1 CONC n being weak in body but of perfect mind and Memory thank 1 CONC s be given unto God, therefore Calling to mind ye mortallit 1 CONC y of my body: and knowing that it is appointed for man onc 1 CONC e to Dye Do make and ordaine this my Last Will and Testimen 1 CONC t that is to say, Principally and first of all I Give and R 1 CONC ecommend my Sole into ye hands of God who gave it hoping th 1 CONC rough ye [Morals] Death & Passions of my Saviour Jesus Chri 1 CONC st to have a full and free pardon & forgivness of all my Si 1 CONC ns and to Inherit Everlasting life: and my body I Commit t 1 CONC o ye Earth to be Decently buried at ye Discresion of my Exe 1 CONC cutor here after Named: And as touching such worldly Estat 1 CONC e wherewith it hath pleased God to Bless me In this Life 1 CONC : I Give Demise and Dispose of same in ye following manne 1 CONC r and form that is to say: - - - - - - - 1 CONT first I Will that all those Debts and Duties as I do owe i 1 CONC n Right or conscience to any manner of person or persons wh 1 CONC at so ever shall be well & truly consented & paid or ordere 1 CONC d to be paid in convenient time after my Decease by my Exec 1 CONC utor here after Named - - - - - - 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved son Benjamin Green his hei 1 CONC rs & assigns for Ever: one hundred acres of land out of y 1 CONC e undevided Lands commonly known by ye Name of ye undevide 1 CONC d Township of Coweaset 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved Daughter Welthian Fry he 1 CONC r heirs and assigns for Ever two hundred acres of Land ou 1 CONC t of ye undevided Lands commonly known by ye name of ye Tow 1 CONC nship of Coweseat 1 CONT Item I give Unto my well beloved Granson John Green his hei 1 CONC rs & assigns for Ever one hundred acres of Land out of ye u 1 CONC ndevided Lands Commonly known by ye name of ye Township o 1 CONC f Coweseat 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved Grandaughter Elizabeth Gor 1 CONC ton her heirs and assigns for Ever one hundred acres of Lan 1 CONC d out of ye undevided Lands Commonly known by ye name of y 1 CONC e Township of Coweaset 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved Grandaughter Ann Tillingha 1 CONC st her heirs and assigns for Ever: one hundred acres of Lan 1 CONC d out of ye undevided Lands commonly known by ye name of y 1 CONC e Township of Coweaset 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved Grandaughter Phebe Green h 1 CONC er heirs & assigns for Ever one hundred acres of Land out o 1 CONC f ye undevided Lands Commonly known by ye name of ye Townsh 1 CONC ip of Coweaset 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved Grandaughter Deborah Gree 1 CONC n her heirs and assigns for Ever one hundred acres of Lan 1 CONC d out of ye undevided lands Commonly known by ye name of y 1 CONC e Township of Coweaset 1 CONT Item I Give unto each of my Granchildren Living at my Decea 1 CONC se one Silver Spone of twelve shillings price and to be mar 1 CONC ked with these three [letters] thus T/G/E 1 CONT Item I Give Unto my well beloved son Richard Greene who 1 CONC m I hereby constitute make and ordaine my only and sole Exe 1 CONC cutor of this my Last Will and Testiment, all my Lands whic 1 CONC h so far Remained undisposed of freely to be possessed an 1 CONC d Injoyed by my said Executor his heirs and assigns for Eve 1 CONC r and I do here by Uterly disanul Revoke and Disallow all a 1 CONC nd Every other former Testiment Will and Leagacies bequest 1 CONC s and Executors by me in any wise before this time named wi 1 CONC lled & bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and no othe 1 CONC r to be my Last Will and Testiment In Witness where of I ha 1 CONC ve here unto sett my hand and Seal the day & year above wri 1 CONC tten 1 CONT Signed sealed Published pronounced and Declared by ye s 1 CONC d Thomas Green as his Last Will & Testament In ye presenc 1 CONC e of us ye Subscribers Viz:) Randall Holden Junr Joseph St 1 CONC afford John Warner the mark of Thomas T Green (SEAL) A 1 CONC t a Town Councill Meeting held In Warwick ye 27th Day of Ja 1 CONC nuary 1717 presented to ye Councill ye Last will and Testim 1 CONC ent of Mr. Thomas Green Late of Warwick Deceast the witness 1 CONC es to said Will Randall Holden Junr Joseph Stafford & Joh 1 CONC n Warner Personally appeared before ye sd Councill ye Day a 1 CONC nd year above said and said on oath that they saw Mr. Thoma 1 CONC s Green ye testator to ye above written will Sign seal an 1 CONC d Declare ye above written will to be his Last Will and Tes 1 CONC timent and that he was of Perfect mind and memory at ye sig 1 CONC ning of same and that they signed as witnesses to sd will w 1 CONC here upon theTown Councill do approve said will to be Goo 1 CONC d and Vallued in ye Law to all Intents Constructions and Pu 1 CONC rposses what so Ever according to ye true Intent and purpor 1 CONC t thereof 1 CONT Signed and sealed by order of ye Councill 1 CONT John Wickes Clerk of ye Councill (SEAL) 1 CONT Warwick in ye Collony of Rhoad Island 1 CONT We whose names are here unto subscribed being appointed t 1 CONC o take an Inventory of ye Estate of ye Late Deceased Mr. Th 1 CONC omas Green who deceased ye fifth Day of June 1717 in sd War 1 CONC wick ye above mentioned Inventory is as followeth 1 CONT S D Item to waring apparrell 09 17 00 do Plates & Bowl 1 CONC s 47 14 08 do one bed stead bed and beding 19 01 00 do tabl 1 CONC e Linens and [chests] 02 18 06 do ( ? ) and [brass] 06 03 0 1 CONC 0 do one pair of tongs & one fire ( ? ) and iorn goods & be 1 CONC llows 00 12 06 do [chears] and box & one ( ? ) 00 14 00 d 1 CONC o one warming pan and looking glass two books 03 00 00 do t 1 CONC wo tables two benches & two stools040200 Sum totall 94 02 0 1 CONC 8 This Inventory is taken and apprized 1 CONT according to ye best of our understand 1 CONT ings as it Did appoint to us this 17th Day 1 CONT of June 1717 as attest our hands 1 CONT John Waterman 1 CONT Moses Lippit 1 CONT The above Subscribed Capt. John Waterman and Moses Lippit p 1 CONC ersonally appeared before ye Town Councell of Warwick ye 27 1 CONC th Day of June 1717 & made oath that ye above written Inven 1 CONC tory was by them taken to ye best of their understandings 1 CONT Mr. Richard Green son of ye abovesd Mr Thomas Green Deceas 1 CONC t personally appeared ye Day & year abovesd: & made oath be 1 CONC fore sd Councell that he did show to ye abovesd persons Joh 1 CONC n Waterman & Moses Lippit all ye movable Estate that belong 1 CONC ed to his father at his [oath] according to ye best of hi 1 CONC s understanding and in case anything more of sd Estate shou 1 CONC ld here after appear or Cum to his notice to add it to ye a 1 CONC bovesd Inventory 1 CONT Taken In Councell as [attest] 1 CONT John Wickes Clerk of sd Councell 1 CONT _______________________ 1 CONT Warwick, RI Wills 1:132-134 0 @I10722@ INDI 1 NAME Phebie /Barton/ 2 GIVN Phebie 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1631-1647 2 PLAC Probably, , Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2B25E22419D04D0A9A308D333C3C892748CD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3985@ 1 FAMC @F4238@ 1 NOTE @NI10722@ 0 @NI10722@ NOTE 1 CONC Phebe's birth is recorded as early as 1631 and as late as 1 1 CONC 647 at various locations throughout Rhode Island in the LD 1 CONC S and other online databases. 0 @I10723@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 2 NSFX General 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 May 1748 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Oct 1831 2 PLAC Providence, Providence, Rhode Island 1 _UID C2BC8679F80E447591E4B5DA82E0D62CA460 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Jul 2007 3 TIME 17:08 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Major William Barton.jpg 2 TITL Major William Barton 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE Colonel Barton.jpg 2 TITL Col. Barton 2 NOTE Taken from the NY Public Library digital image series. 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3986@ 1 FAMC @F3997@ 1 NOTE @NI10723@ 0 @NI10723@ NOTE 1 CONC The Rhode Island Historical Society Library in Providence h 1 CONC as a photocopy of William and Rhoda (Carver) Barton's famil 1 CONC y bible. This is the source of the names and birth dates o 1 CONC f the children. 1 CONT 1 CONT I copied the following from Anna Barton's Barton GEDCOM ava 1 CONC ilable on the Internet: 1 CONT 1 CONT --[The Name and Family of Barton, from "Lieutenant Willia 1 CONC m Barton of Morris County, New Jersey and His Descendants" 1 CONC ] : General William BARTON of Rhode Island. Born Warren, R. 1 CONC I. May 26 1748; d. Providence, Oct 22, 1832. He m. Apr 26 1 1 CONC 771, Rhoda CARVER (b. 1749 d. Dec. 15 1841), dau/ of Josep 1 CONC h CARVER of Bridgewater, Mass. He captured Gen. Prescott, J 1 CONC uly 10, 1777, for which he received a sword and the thank 1 CONC s of Congress. Sketches of his life are to be found in th 1 CONC e encyclopedias, and in a quaint little biography by Mrs. C 1 CONC atherine R. Williams, Providence, 1839. The Overton house w 1 CONC here he made his famous capture still stands near Newport 1 CONC , R.I. He preformed this feat by taking picked men in whal 1 CONC e boats across the bay, and seizing the general in his bed 1 CONC , the door of his room being broken in by the head of Col 1 CONC . BARTON's negro servant. His descent from Rufus BARTON o 1 CONC f N.Y. is contained in Austin's "Ancestry of Thirty-three R 1 CONC hode Islanders, 1889." His wife, Rhoda CARVER, was descend 1 CONC ed from John Alden of the Mayflower. He purchased a townshi 1 CONC p in Vermont, where a town is named for him, but a suit con 1 CONC cerning the title to a part of it resulted in a judgement a 1 CONC gainst him for costs, and he was detained for 14 years, nom 1 CONC inally a prisioner for debt, till 1824, when Lafayette visi 1 CONC ting America and learning of it, paid the judgement withou 1 CONC t his knowledge and set him free. Whittier's indignant poem 1 CONC , "The Prisoner for Debt," is said to have been suggested b 1 CONC y his experience. His rank was Colonel of Continental troop 1 CONC s, and Brig. General of Rhode Island militia. // 1 CONT 1 CONT --[Hartwell book, p.16 in Trenton, Ontario Public Library 1 CONC ] #312. Rhoda CARVER-6 (Sarah-5, Samuel-4, Samuel-3, Samuel 1 CONC -2, William-1) b. Oct 9 1749, d. Dec 15 1841, m. at Provide 1 CONC nce, R.I. April 26 1771 General William, s/o Benjamin BARTO 1 CONC N, b. May 26 1748, d. Oct 22 1831. General BARTON entered t 1 CONC he Rev. army in 1775 as a corporal and was rapidly advance 1 CONC d to Capt. He was appointed Col. of militia for the defens 1 CONC e of R.I. In 1777 he conceived and executed the daring exp 1 CONC loit of capturing Gem. Prescott. He was made Gen. of militi 1 CONC a and was later wounded in a skirmish with the British at B 1 CONC ristol, R.I. He was elected to the General Assembly from P 1 CONC rovidence. As a result of a law suit, the cost of which h 1 CONC e refused, in principal, to pay, he was "detained" in Danvi 1 CONC lle, Vt. for fourteen years, until set at liberty by Lafaye 1 CONC tte who discharged the debt. He was a member of the Cabanis 1 CONC tic Congregational Church in Providence, R.I. (list of 8 ch 1 CONC ildren follows, and a few lines on the husband of his las 1 CONC t child, Anna Maria). 1 CONT 1 CONT RCL copied the following from The Gem, A Semi-Monthly Liter 1 CONC ary and Miscellaneous Journal, Vol III, Rochester, NY, No 1 CONC v 19, 1831, p 119: 1 CONT 1 CONT Died In Province, Gen. Wm. Barton, aged 84 - a patriot o 1 CONC f the Revolution and the same liberated from imprisonment b 1 CONC y Lafayette, where he got into the toils of the law in tran 1 CONC sferring some land granted by Congress as a reward for hi 1 CONC s exploit in the capture of Gen. Prescott at his quarters o 1 CONC n R. I. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a picture of General Barton's grave at http://www. 1 CONC findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=64&PIgrid=64&PIc 1 CONC rid=104471&ShowCemPhotos=Y& 0 @I10724@ INDI 1 NAME Rhoda /Carver/ 2 GIVN Rhoda 2 SURN Carver 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Aug 1751 2 PLAC Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Jan 1842 2 PLAC Providence, Providence, Rhode Island 1 _UID 09825A9F0DBE476F9891354339CA87518185 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Jul 2007 3 TIME 17:02 1 FAMS @F3986@ 0 @I10726@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Barton/ 2 GIVN Anna 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Mar 1788 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C886F899C1BE4404A62E1C562EE811E3F6EE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10727@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Dec 1773 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 82F9AFF47CA446F88AF6B6CCE3544E3A3DA5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10728@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Barton/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jul 1778 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 455D8EDFCEA54D8390DB68DFADFD42B5A562 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10729@ INDI 1 NAME George Washington /Barton/ 2 GIVN George Washington 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Feb 1776 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 17BD35ABE856480E84E25784BD71B285EE14 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 1 NOTE @NI10729@ 0 @NI10729@ NOTE 1 CONC This is an extract of a genealogy Kenneth Johnson posted to the Internet on 25 February 1998: 1 CONT 1 CONT Their son: George Washington Barton b. 2/6/1776 in Provid 1 CONC ence, RI d. 1790 at sea 1 CONT m. Luthania Leland b. Abt 1770 d. Aft 1796 1 CONT 1 CONT Their son: William Leland Barton b. 7/13/1796 in Providenc 1 CONC e, RI d. 1865 in KY 1 CONT m. Mary (Polly) Thomason b. 8/22/1803 i 1 CONC n Pendleton Co., KY d. 2/22/1875 in Pendleton Co., KY 1 CONT 1 CONT Their daughter: Luthania Leland Barton b. 2/26/1827 in Sh 1 CONC elbyville, KY d. 1/29/1915 in Shelbyville, KY 1 CONT m. Elijah Yelton b. 1820 in Butler, KY d. 191 1 CONC 0 in Butler, KY 1 CONT 1 CONT Elijah and Luthania were my great-great grandparents. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: Oddville50@aol.com 1 CONT Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 11:35:02 -0600 1 CONT Subject: [KYPENDLE] Falmouth Outlook Volume 13 Numbe 1 CONC r 51 Thomas Marion Barton 1 CONT 1 CONT Falmouth Outlook Volume 13 Number 51 28 May 19 1 CONC 20 1 CONT Pg. 3 Col. 4 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Marion Barton 1 CONT Barton, Thomas Barton 1 CONT b. 29 Oct 1835 Harris Creek, near Lynn Station, Pend 1 CONC leton Co. KY 1 CONT d. 1 CONT bur. Odd Fellows Cem. near Butler 1 CONT 1 CONT Remarkable Life Sketch 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Marion Barton has passed away. He was a prominent 1 CONC , patriarchal patriotic and pedagogic landmark of local li 1 CONC fe. He was born October 29, 1835, on Harris Creed, near Ly 1 CONC nn Station, Pendleton county, KY in a primitive log-house b 1 CONC uilt by his father. In that early day this section of Kent 1 CONC ucky was a dense forest, and it was necessary only to mak 1 CONC e a clearing to obtain sufficient timber to erect a house 1 CONC . It is interesting also to note that at that time all nai 1 CONC ls were made by hand. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Marion Barton was educated at College Hill, near Cin 1 CONC cinnati. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War, he was electe 1 CONC d First Sergeant of Company D Twenty-third Kentucky Infantr 1 CONC y, U.S. Army. The company went into encampment at Camp Kin 1 CONC g, a hill eminently visible as one enters Covington along t 1 CONC he L. & N. R. R. He was afterwards promoted to a Lieutenanc 1 CONC y and later to acting Captain of his Company. He campaigne 1 CONC d to Tennessee, and fought in the battle of Stone River (Mu 1 CONC rfreesboro), and many other engagements in the South. Capt 1 CONC . Barton was a school teacher for 40 consecutive years, tea 1 CONC ching his first school near the present home of Joe Kidwell 1 CONC , when Butler was yet a mere hamlet and known as Hamilton 1 CONC , if indeed it was yet a village. 1 CONT 1 CONT It was the custom in that early day for the teacher to boar 1 CONC d with the parents and patrons of the school, dividing hi 1 CONC s time among them. In 1876-77 Capt. Barton was principal o 1 CONC f the public school at Independence and about that time pre 1 CONC sent of the Northern Kentucky Teachers' Association, with h 1 CONC eadquarters in Covington. He was a contemporary school tea 1 CONC cher with the late great statesman, John G. Carlisle. In 1 1 CONC 878-79 he was principal of the public school at Butler, an 1 CONC d by getting many nonresident pupils to attend the school 1 CONC , many of whom were grown young men and women, he was enabl 1 CONC ed to have different school room, there being at least thre 1 CONC e; and as prior to this time there had never been a schoo 1 CONC l taught in more than one room, he thus inaugurated the fir 1 CONC st graded school in Butler. Besides himself, a Miss Kitti 1 CONC e Storch and a Miss Yelton (now Mrs. Wesley M. Rardin) wer 1 CONC e teachers. In 1884, he was principal of the Cold Spring A 1 CONC cademy, in Campbell county. In 1885, he taught the Academ 1 CONC y at Falmouth. 1 CONT 1 CONT He retired from teaching about 20 years ago, living abou 1 CONC t a mile from Butler, on Lick Creek, where his greatest ple 1 CONC asure was to have his children visit him. Many of his form 1 CONC er pupils are now well-settled men and women, well and favo 1 CONC rably known in Northern Kentucky. 1 CONT 1 CONT Capt. Barton was a prolific writer, and had contributed t 1 CONC o newspapers in the old days under the nom de plume "Ken" 1 CONC ; while contemporary writers W. J. A. Rardin, of Butler, an 1 CONC d Geo. Lilly, of Boston Station, wrote under "M-Quad" and " 1 CONC Con" respectively. About 1886, Capt. Barton collected a nu 1 CONC mber of his poems, and George F. Henry, then editor of th 1 CONC e Falmouth Guide, published them under the book title, "Lyr 1 CONC ics of the Licking Valley." Some of his poems were conside 1 CONC red meritorious and copied widely. This led to an inquir 1 CONC y by a Barton of the same family in New England, and place 1 CONC d the Kentucky Bartons in a family that had lost them for m 1 CONC ore that 100 years, and further lead to an interesting gene 1 CONC alogical and ancestral discovery developed by L. L. Barton 1 CONC . T.M. Barton was the son of Wm. Leland Barton, born at Pro 1 CONC vidence, Rhode Island, A.D. 1796. The elder Barton came t 1 CONC o Cincinnati at the age of 16, when that city was but a vil 1 CONC lage. He later came to Kentucky and settled near Butler, w 1 CONC here he passed away in 1865, and was buried on his farm opp 1 CONC osite Flowertown. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was the son of George Washington Barton, the son of Will 1 CONC iam Barton, Major General in the Rhode Island Militia durin 1 CONC g the Revolutionary War, of whom George Washington said hi 1 CONC s capture of the British General Prescott (for whom "Ligh 1 CONC t Horse Harry" Lee was exchanged), was the bravest act of t 1 CONC he Revolution. Congress awarded Gen. Barton a sword. 1 CONT 1 CONT He was a friend of the Marquis de Lafayette, who, upon hi 1 CONC s second visit to American, in 1825, found General Barton i 1 CONC n prison for debt. Lafayette paid the debt, and General Ba 1 CONC rton was released from prison. Upon this incident John Gre 1 CONC enleaf Whittier wrote his immortal poem, "The Prisoner fo 1 CONC r Debt." This Ancestry is traced to Rufus and Mary Barton 1 CONC , who came to this country in 1648, from Scotland. Thomas M 1 CONC . Barton was a pioneer in the advocacy of temperance, furth 1 CONC er back than 1870. He died of old age, having been a har 1 CONC d worker most of his life. 1 CONT 1 CONT Capt. Barton bought the farm where he resided in 1871, an 1 CONC d the large family of children were raised there. He marri 1 CONC ed Mary Jane Beckett, of, and at Mirabile, Caldwell Co. Mis 1 CONC souri. Following are their children, in order of age: Lesl 1 CONC ie Leland, now in U.S. Executive Civil Service, Washington 1 CONC , D.C.; Mrs. Mattie Fryer, same service; Bernard, who die 1 CONC d in 1889; Ed. E., lawyer, Falmouth; Charles C. in Governme 1 CONC nt service, Washington DC; Mrs. Marie Bredell, in Japan; Mr 1 CONC s. Carrie C. Ball, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Nora Yelton, Butl 1 CONC er; Walter W., civil engineer, in Florida; Thomas T., veter 1 CONC inarian, Walton, KY; Byron B., engineer, on the old home fa 1 CONC rm; Jesse J., engineer, Williamstown. 1 CONT 1 CONT The funeral service were conducted at the Butler Christia 1 CONC n church, by the Rev. Henry Webb, of Covington. Burial wa 1 CONC s at the Odd Fellows cemetery near Butler. 1 CONT 1 CONT Doug Harper, Biloxi, MS 0 @I10730@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Barton/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Nov 1780 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2A18968396D34A06907DD8B280BC76318EDC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10731@ INDI 1 NAME John B. /Barton/ 2 GIVN John B. 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Apr 1785 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 50E4C3DBA23144D79C548A81334212498BFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10732@ INDI 1 NAME Robert Carver /Barton/ 2 GIVN Robert Carver 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Dec 1782 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8651596EB2DB42E6862E1D8ECB8D21345F2D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 1 NOTE @NI10732@ 0 @NI10732@ NOTE 1 CONC See #7 below for Robert Carver Barton: 1 CONT 1 CONT To: BARTON-L@rootsweb.com 1 CONT Subject: [BARTON-L] Barton Most Wanted: More info on Rufu 1 CONC s line From: "Mike and Christi Brogan" Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 01:00:27 -0600 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi all, 1 CONT 1 CONT Here is my "Most Wanted" for the Barton list: 1 CONT 1 CONT Seeking any and all information on the following line: 1 CONT 1 CONT Descendants of Samuel Barton 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 1 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. SAMUEL1 BARTON1. 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of SAMUEL BARTON is: 1 CONT 2.i.RUFUS2 BARTON, b. Bet. 1605 - 1620; d. 1648. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 2 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. RUFUS2 BARTON (SAMUEL1)1 was born Bet. 1605 - 16202, an 1 CONC d died 16483. He married MARGARET HUNNEWELL4. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of RUFUS BARTON and MARGARET HUNNEWELL are: i.PHEB 1 CONC E3 BARTON4, m. RICHARD COGNER4. 1 CONT ii.ELIZABETH BARTON4, b. Abt. 16414; d. 16934; m. THOMAS GR 1 CONC EENE4. 3.iii.BENJAMIN BARTON, b. 1645; d. 1720. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 3 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. BENJAMIN3 BARTON (RUFUS2, SAMUEL1)5 was born 16455, an 1 CONC d died 17205. He married SUSAN GORTON5. 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of BENJAMIN BARTON and SUSAN GORTON is: 1 CONT 4.i.ANDREW4 BARTON, d. 1723. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 4 1 CONT 1 CONT 4. ANDREW4 BARTON (BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1)5 died 17235. 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of ANDREW BARTON is: 1 CONT 5.i.BENJAMIN5 BARTON, b. 1703. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 5 1 CONT 1 CONT 5. BENJAMIN5 BARTON (ANDREW4, BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1) 1 CONC 5 was born 17035. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of BENJAMIN BARTON are: 1 CONT i.RICHARD6 BARTON6. 1 CONT 6.ii.WILLIAM BARTON, b. May 26, 1748; d. October 22, 1831. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 6 1 CONT 1 CONT 6. WILLIAM6 BARTON (BENJAMIN5, ANDREW4, BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2 1 CONC , SAMUEL1) was born May 26, 17487, and died October 22, 183 1 CONC 17. He married RHODA CARVER April 26, 1771 in Providence 1 CONC , RI7, daughter of JOSEPH CARVER and SARAH HARTWELL. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for WILLIAM BARTON: 1 CONT Fought in Revolutionary War and captured Prescott. 1 CONT 1 CONT Gen. Barton entered the Revolutionary army in 1775 as a cor 1 CONC poral, and was repidly advanced to captain. He was appointe 1 CONC d colonel of militia for the defense of Rhode Island. In 17 1 CONC 77 he concelved and executed the daring exploit of capturin 1 CONC g Gen. Prescott. He was made Gen. of Militia, and was late 1 CONC r wounded in a skirmish with the British at Bristol, R. I 1 CONC . He was elected to the General Assembly from Providence. A 1 CONC s the result of a law suit, the cost of which he refused, i 1 CONC n principle, to pay, he was "detained" in Donville, Vt., fo 1 CONC r fourteen years, until set at liberty by Lafayette, who di 1 CONC scharged the debt. He was a member of the Calvinistic Congr 1 CONC egational Church in Providence. (Source: The Hartwells i 1 CONC n America by Lyman Willard Densmore, 1956) 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of WILLIAM BARTON and RHODA CARVER are: 1 CONT i.WILLIAM7 BARTON, b. December 16, 17717; d. 1818; m. MABE 1 CONC L TERRY. ii.BENJAMIN BARTON7, b. December 20, 17737. 1 CONT iii.GEORGE WASHINGTON BARTON, b. February 06, 1776, Provide 1 CONC nce, RI; d. 1790, at Sea; m. LUTHANIA LELAND. 1 CONT More About GEORGE WASHINGTON BARTON: 1 CONT Cause of Death: died at sea 1 CONT iv.DANIEL BARTON7, b. July 20, 17787; d. April 09, 17807. 1 CONT 7.v.ROBERT CARVER BARTON, b. December 19, 1782, Providence 1 CONC , RI; d. 1 CONT September 1824, OH. 1 CONT vi.JOHN BROWN BARTON, b. April 03, 17857; d. 1869; m. HANNA 1 CONC H WEST. 1 CONT vii.ANNA MARIA BARTON7, b. April 05, 17887; d. 1868; m. APO 1 CONC LLOS CUSHMAN, June 21, 18097. 1 CONT viii.SARAH BARTON, b. August 30, 17907; d. 1866; m. H ALLEN. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 7 1 CONT 1 CONT 7. ROBERT CARVER7 BARTON (WILLIAM6, BENJAMIN5, ANDREW4, BE 1 CONC NJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1) was born December 19, 1782 in Pro 1 CONC vidence, RI7, and died September 1824 in OH. He married (1 1 CONC ) RACHEL VAN DUYN. He married (2) RACHEL M LOWERS 1802. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for ROBERT CARVER BARTON: 1 CONT Battle of Tippecanoe and was commended by Gen. Harrison, la 1 CONC ter president ? 4th regiment in battle above? 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of ROBERT BARTON and RACHEL LOWERS is: 1 CONT 8.i.BENNETT8 BARTON, b. Abt. 1807; d. 1879. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 8 1 CONT 1 CONT 8. BENNETT8 BARTON (ROBERT CARVER7, WILLIAM6, BENJAMIN5, A 1 CONC NDREW4, BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1) was born Abt. 18078, an 1 CONC d died 1879. He married MARY A. SHEETS January 21, 1830 i 1 CONC n Wood Co., WV. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for BENNETT BARTON: 1 CONT Not shown on Wood CO, WV census until 1840 when appears wit 1 CONC h one white male between 5-10 yrs old, one white female und 1 CONC er 5 yrs old, one white female between 10-15 yrs old and on 1 CONC e white female (his wife?) between 20-30 yrs old 1 CONT 1 CONT 1850 census: Barton Bennet 43, Mary A 30, Mary A 19, John 1 1 CONC 7, Bennet 16, Susan 12, William 10, Matilda 8, Jerusha 5, A 1 CONC bigail 2, Charles 7/12 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of BENNETT BARTON and MARY SHEETS are: 1 CONT i.MARY ANN9 BARTON, b. Abt. 18318; m. SMITH KENDREW. 1 CONT ii.JOHN S. BARTON, b. Abt. 18338; m. HARRIETT. 1 CONT 9.iii.BENNETT BARTON, b. Abt. 1834, Wood Co., West Virginia. 1 CONT iv.SUSAN M. BARTON, b. Abt. 18388. 1 CONT v.WILLIAM H.H. BARTON, b. Abt. 18408. 1 CONT vi.MATILDA BARTON, b. Abt. 18428. 1 CONT vii.JERUSHA BARTON, b. Abt. 18458. 1 CONT viii.ABIGAIL BARTON, b. Abt. 18488. 1 CONT ix.CHARLES BARTON, b. Abt. 18498. 1 CONT x.OLIVER BARTON, b. Aft. 1850. 1 CONT xi.THOMAS BARTON, b. July 15, 18549. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 9 1 CONT 1 CONT 9. BENNETT9 BARTON (BENNETT8, ROBERT CARVER7, WILLIAM6, BE 1 CONC NJAMIN5, ANDREW4, BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1) was born Abt 1 CONC . 1834 in Wood Co., West Virginia10. 1 CONT He married ELIZA ANN ANDERSON. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of BENNETT BARTON and ELIZA ANDERSON are: i.GERTRU 1 CONC DE10 BARTON. 1 CONT Notes for GERTRUDE BARTON: 1 CONT New Castle, PA 1 CONT 10.ii.WILLIAM BENNET BARTON, b. March 13, 1856, Wood Co., W 1 CONC est Virginia; d. January 23, 1916, East Liverpool, Columbia 1 CONC na Co., OH. 1 CONT iii.LEWIS BARTON, b. 1858; d. 1904, Parkersburg, WV. 1 CONT iv.ANNIE F. BARTON, b. 1871; m. JOHN FLEMING. 1 CONT v.CHARLES B. BARTON, b. 1875. 1 CONT vi.FREDERICK U. BARTON, b. 1878. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 10 1 CONT 1 CONT 10. WILLIAM BENNET10 BARTON (BENNETT9, BENNETT8, ROBERT CA 1 CONC RVER7, WILLIAM6, BENJAMIN5, ANDREW4, BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAM 1 CONC UEL1) was born March 13, 1856 in Wood Co., West Virginia11 1 CONC , and died January 23, 1916 in East Liverpool, Columbiana C 1 CONC o., OH. He married PRICILLA PRITCHETT January 20, 1876 i 1 CONC n Meigs Co, OH12. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for WILLIAM BENNET BARTON: 1 CONT Is this him? (1850 Census of Meigs Co.) Barton W 1 CONC illiam (Pg)210 (Fmly #)1554 Rutland Twp. 1 CONT 1 CONT More About WILLIAM BENNET BARTON: 1 CONT Baptism: January 27, 1916, Buried: Riverview Cemetary, Eas 1 CONC t Liverpool, Columbiana Co., OH 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of WILLIAM BARTON and PRICILLA PRITCHETT are: 11.i 1 CONC .THOMAS EDWARD11 BARTON, b. July 28, 1879, Olive, Meigs Co. 1 CONC , OH; d. October 13, 1919, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co. 1 CONC , OH. 1 CONT ii.WILLIAM B. BARTON, b. 1880, OH. 1 CONT iii.PERTI EFFORT BARTON, b. January 19, 1882, OH; d. Januar 1 CONC y 18, 1927; m. MABEL ?. 1 CONT iv.ELLA GERTRUDE BARTON, b. May 02, 1885, Olive, Meigs Co. 1 CONC , OH; d. July 07, 1942, New Castle, Lawerance Co., PA; m. ( 1 CONC 1) KARL W. BIEHL; m. (2) JAMES ALEXANDER WINTERS, Decembe 1 CONC r 24, 1901, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., OH. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 11 1 CONT 1 CONT 11. THOMAS EDWARD11 BARTON (WILLIAM BENNET10, BENNETT9, BE 1 CONC NNETT8, ROBERT CARVER7, WILLIAM6, BENJAMIN5, ANDREW4, BENJA 1 CONC MIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1) was born July 28, 1879 in Olive, Mei 1 CONC gs Co., OH, and died October 13, 1919 in East Liverpool, Co 1 CONC lumbiana Co., OH13. He married EVA LEONA BURLINGAME, daugh 1 CONC ter of ABRAHAM BURLINGAME and SARAH THOMAS. 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for THOMAS EDWARD BARTON: 1 CONT BARTON THOMAS E 1 CONT County Name: COLUMBIANA Date of Death: 10/13/1919 Volume N 1 CONC umber: 3081 Certificate Number: 56620 1 CONT 1 CONT Child of THOMAS BARTON and EVA BURLINGAME is: 1 CONT 12.i.ROBERT HERSHEL12 BARTON, b. August 01, 1918, East Live 1 CONC rpool, OH; d. October 13, 1991, Dallas, TX. 1 CONT 1 CONT Generation No. 12 1 CONT 1 CONT 12. ROBERT HERSHEL12 BARTON (THOMAS EDWARD11, WILLIAM BENN 1 CONC ET10, BENNETT9, BENNETT8, ROBERT CARVER7, WILLIAM6, BENJAMI 1 CONC N5, ANDREW4, BENJAMIN3, RUFUS2, SAMUEL1) was born August 01 1 CONC , 1918 in East Liverpool, OH, and died October 13, 1991 i 1 CONC n Dallas, TX. He married DOROTHY MAE HINKLEY, daughter o 1 CONC f CHARLES HINCKLEY and ENID MORNINGSTAR. 1 CONT 1 CONT Children of ROBERT BARTON and DOROTHY HINKLEY are: i.ROBER 1 CONC T HERSHEL13 BARTON II. 1 CONT ii.JEANNE COLLEEN BARTON. 1 CONT iii.NANCY SUE BARTON. 1 CONT iv.JUDITH CAROLYN BARTON, b. November 07, 1949, Springfield 1 CONC , OH; m. GARY ROSS CALVERT, November 30, 1979, Westerville 1 CONC , OH. 1 CONT 1 CONT Endnotes 1 CONT 1 CONT 1. Frederick Virkus, Abridged Compendium. 1 CONT 2. Dana K Berry, FTM Website for Dana K Berry, "Electronic 1 CONC ." 3. Frederick Virkus, Abridged Compendium. 1 CONT 4. Dana K Berry, FTM Website for Dana K Berry, "Electronic 1 CONC ." 5. Frederick Virkus, Abridged Compendium. 1 CONT 6. Dana K Berry, FTM Website for Dana K Berry, "Electronic 1 CONC ." 7. Lyman Willard Densmore, The Hartwells in America, ( 1 CONC Hartwell-Lorenzen Inc. Saginaw, Michigan. 1956). 1 CONT 8. 1850 Wood Co., WV census. 1 CONT 9. Wood Co., WV Births 1853-1866. 1 CONT 10. 1850 Wood Co., WV census. 1 CONT 11. Wood Co., WV Births 1853-1866. 1 CONT 12. Page 255 of Wes Cochran's MeigsCOunty Marriages 1819-1 1 CONC 913. 1 CONT 13. Ohio Death Certificate Index, Volume #3081; Certificat 1 CONC e #56620. 1 CONT 1 CONT Christi Brogan 1 CONT San Antonio, TX 1 CONT Rootsweb Listowner: Barton, Brogan, Burlingame, Calvert, Du 1 CONC nn, Perley, Whitmer and Voss 1 CONT http://www.txdirect.net/users/brogan 1 CONT 1 CONT ==== BARTON Mailing List ==== 1 CONT No copywrited materials are permitted on this list unless b 1 CONC y the copywrite owner themselves. 0 @I10733@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah C. /Barton/ 2 GIVN Sarah C. 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Aug 1790 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1BE7C0C806874C24AA3D455B4CB844E83E5A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10734@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Dec 1771 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 26413339F42D41A5BF9A2A382D3596AC3901 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3986@ 0 @I10776@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 May 1678 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 Mar 1713 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 _UID 9A0DCBC0D9CB4877A22B4400BEF44B983BF8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3990@ 1 FAMC @F4237@ 0 @I10777@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe /Barton/ 2 GIVN Phebe 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 61D03783353340E287FD5F4368188049E4E5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3991@ 1 FAMC @F4237@ 0 @I10778@ INDI 1 NAME Naomi /Barton/ 2 GIVN Naomi 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D87B7D7529734DD0A3D1806B720BDCBC72EE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3992@ 1 FAMS @F3993@ 1 FAMC @F4237@ 0 @I10780@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Barton/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID AF2D0D98E81B49E596B501526F8E61C16F1D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4237@ 0 @I10783@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1703 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1772 2 PLAC , Warren, Rhode Island 1 _UID 29E38D1BD4954782ADBC434797BE8EEFABC3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3996@ 1 FAMS @F3997@ 1 FAMC @F4239@ 1 NOTE @NI10783@ 0 @NI10783@ NOTE 1 CONC The Gorton text, page 193 indicates he lived at Warwick, Sw 1 CONC ansey and Warren, R. 1 CONT I. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol 4, page 263 contain 1 CONC s the following will extract: 1 CONT 1 CONT Barton, Benjamin, of Wn, farmer. Will dated 8 July 1768, p 1 CONC roved 7 Jan 1773, Pgs 425-427. Mentions: Wife Lydia who r 1 CONC ec'd the estate she brought to me. Sons Richard Barton, Be 1 CONC njamin, Haile, David, William, & Seth under 21. 3 Eldest d 1 CONC aughters were "already fitted out when they was married bu 1 CONC t not equal"; thus Mary & Rebecca were given enough househo 1 CONC ld goods to make them equal with Amy--no surnames given; i 1 CONC n another item 3 daughters Amy, Mary, & Rebecca no surname 1 CONC s rec'd $20.00. 2 Daughters Ann & Susannah who are single 1 CONC . Son Haile rec'd land testator bought of John Hulet. Witn 1 CONC : Nathan Mason, James Mason, Job Mason, Russel Mason. 0 @I10784@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Barton/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1706 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 89A19B6E91F44CFDBA99BCDCCC412C204552 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3998@ 1 FAMC @F4239@ 1 NOTE @NI10784@ 2 SOUR @S78@ 0 @NI10784@ NOTE 1 CONC See attached sources. 0 @I10785@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1708 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DFAD3F55F6734882AA6685B120136A0A40F5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3999@ 1 FAMC @F4239@ 1 NOTE @NI10785@ 0 @NI10785@ NOTE 1 CONC See his father's will: To son Rufus, the farm Nathaniel Wil 1 CONC liams now dwells on at Mashantatack, 110 acres with housing 1 CONC , orchard, &c. 0 @I10786@ INDI 1 NAME Anthony /Barton/ 2 GIVN Anthony 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1709 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6B834F208781443FA4036E27910CBD29A7A4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4000@ 1 FAMC @F4239@ 1 NOTE @NI10786@ 0 @NI10786@ NOTE 1 CONC The descendants of Anthony Barton and Mary Dyer were provid 1 CONC ed to me in December 1997 by David White and Brett McDonald . 0 @I10787@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe /Barton/ 2 GIVN Phebe 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 09B8B2E9FCEC49848762FA548F37F485870F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4239@ 0 @I10789@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Barton/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 546339DD49FB487E87B88856B0EFFF45D7C5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4239@ 0 @I10790@ INDI 1 NAME Jabez /Greene/ 2 GIVN Jabez 2 SURN Greene 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 May 1673 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Oct 1741 1 _UID 05C74E3E7CC84B9F8AC2D9520D2BF392BACB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3990@ 1 NOTE @NI10790@ 0 @NI10790@ NOTE 1 CONC The Gorton text, page 174 contains his ancestry and his sev 1 CONC en children. 0 @I10791@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Tucker/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Tucker 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Oct 1680 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID AA4D7723BD4143F78D0EF4B7B114580D3932 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3991@ 1 NOTE @NI10791@ 0 @NI10791@ NOTE 1 CONC The Gorton text, page 174 describes his parents and six chi 1 CONC ldren. 0 @I10792@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Slocum/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Slocum 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jan 1686 1 DEAT 2 DATE Oct 1715 1 _UID 4313E4F120CE40199B51B55C8732FDCFF451 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3992@ 1 NOTE @NI10792@ 0 @NI10792@ NOTE 1 CONC The Gorton text, page 174 indicates their daughter Ruth. 0 @I10793@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Carr/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Carr 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Sep 1689 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID EE54EF4198C242E9ADB681B3BB83B22BA951 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3993@ 1 NOTE @NI10793@ 0 @NI10793@ NOTE 1 CONC The Gorton text, page 174 indicates their two children Edwa 1 CONC rd and Benjamin. 0 @I10794@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Haile/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Haile 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Apr 1708 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Nov 1744 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 73947E01130D4FAAB093E4CCD8B03865B76E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3996@ 1 NOTE @NI10794@ 0 @NI10794@ NOTE 1 CONC The Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, RI has the following inscri 1 CONC ption: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mary ye Wife of Benjamin Barton died Novemr y 1 CONC e 4th 1744 in ye 37th year of her age. 0 @I10795@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe /Barton/ 2 GIVN Phebe 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Nov 1728 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 0D269F914B8E48A8A301E0F470FBD6AF949E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10796@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Jan 1733 2 PLAC Swansey, , Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2B34D2E60FEB4C99AAEBCBFC98786F6D3E8A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10797@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Barton/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Feb 1735 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 May 1736 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID AA7BABDE650A4957BC14096A7B9F344997B6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10798@ INDI 1 NAME Amos /Barton/ 2 GIVN Amos 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 May 1737 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A9A5DD288D5E4309AE0997CD3593351EC03D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10800@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Barton/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Feb 1739 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 888F428289BE492783F4EB84B4E33EE8359D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 1 NOTE @NI10800@ 0 @NI10800@ NOTE 1 CONC Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 19:17:56 EDT 1 CONT CC: LCounc@aol.com 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, you may not remember me but I put out a request for in 1 CONC fo on Richard 1 CONT Barton and you wrote back that you have Richards ancestry b 1 CONC ack to Rufus. I 1 CONT just wanted to let you know that I finally have a break thr 1 CONC ough. It took 1 CONT multiple visits to the Federal Building to find it. Here i 1 CONC s what I have 1 CONT starting with me going back to Richard who I will now refe 1 CONC r to as Richard I. 1 CONT 1 CONT Lea B-1956 NM 1 CONT F- Henry B Barton b-3-22-1926 N Bennigton VT 1 CONT M- Hallie M Wood 1 CONT F- Kenneth B Barton b-5-11-1903 Cambridge NY 1 CONT M- Marion Jones 1 CONT F- Harry Gray Barton b-11-04-1872 Cambridge NY 1 CONT M-Ida Mae Orchutt 1 CONT F- Henry Oscar Barton b-5-26-1828 Cambridge NY 1 CONT M- Louisa Baily 1 CONT F- Richard Barton III b-3-10-1800 Shaftsbury Benningt 1 CONC on Co VT 1 CONT M-Charlotte Munroe (Richard and his brothers owne 1 CONC d a very large 1 CONT furniture business that is well documented in Cambridge his 1 CONC tory) 1 CONT F- Richard Barton II b-1-4-1770 Warren, RI (note 1 CONC - found on 1800 1 CONT census) 1 CONT M-Mary Fiske (this Richard and Mary were foun 1 CONC d in Dorset in the 1 CONT 1850 cen) 1 CONT F-Richard Barton I b-2-13-1738/39 Swansea Ma 1 CONT M-Anne Gardner (Sons Richard and Gardner bot 1 CONC h are listed in the 1 CONT 1800 census for Bennington Co Vt) 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT I havent found anyone who appears to be working on this lin 1 CONC e of the Barton 1 CONT family anywhere. Its odd because my father and his brothe 1 CONC r are direct 1 CONT descendents of Rufus. Most of the families that I found wer 1 CONC e fairly large and 1 CONT yet there seems to be no one interested in Richards family 1 CONC . If anyone is 1 CONT interested in this line could you let me know. If they com 1 CONC e in after Louis 1 CONT Baily they are eligible for the Sons of the Revolution an 1 CONC d the DAR as she was 1 CONT a g-grandaughter of Nathaniel Greene. If they come in afte 1 CONC r Ida Mae Orchutt 1 CONT they are eligible for the Mayflower families through Elde 1 CONC r Wiliam Brewster. 1 CONT My computer skills are limited and I cannot get any message 1 CONC s through to the 1 CONT Barton Rootsweb list even though I would like to post. I ha 1 CONC ve read many of 1 CONT your messages and greatly respect your research. Thank y 1 CONC ou very much for 1 CONT taking the time to answer my message. Best always Lea B 1 CONC arton 0 @I10801@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Nov 1740 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 82405741C5764F65912E01C992E7EB87BDF7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4002@ 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10802@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Oct 1743 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2DCEB703AFF64A2FB094F8B997FAF07CC5FB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10803@ INDI 1 NAME Haile /Barton/ 2 GIVN Haile 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Sep 1744 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C8E9BF21B20C45C8A05D7154AA29D9450FCB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3996@ 0 @I10804@ INDI 1 NAME David /Barton/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Barton 2 NSFX Colonel 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Dec 1746 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Feb 1819 2 PLAC , Warren, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 PLAC In Rev. War 1 _UID EA2668659FD944568A7921A92CFC1E9A9C4C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4093@ 1 FAMC @F3997@ 1 NOTE @NI10804@ 0 @NI10804@ NOTE 1 CONC The Gorton text does not give a birthdate for David. There 1 CONC fore, it is not clear if he is Mary Haile's last child or L 1 CONC ydia Brown's first child. (The 1994 IGI does give birth a 1 CONC s abt 1746 and mother as Mary Haile.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Rhode Island Genealogical Register, Vol 5, page 317 has th 1 CONC e following will abstract: 1 CONT 1 CONT BARTON, David, of Warren. Will dated 14 Aug 1813, prove 1 CONC d 1 Mar 1819, pgs 411-412. Mentions: Wife Ann Barton. So 1 CONC ns Seth Barton, James Barton, and Jonathan Brown Barton. Da 1 CONC ughters Susannah [no surname], Betsey Smith, Rebeckah Barto 1 CONC n, Lydia Phinney, Anna Barton, and Dianna Pierce. Witn: Th 1 CONC eo Salisbury, Nathl Sanders, Moses Turner. 1 CONT DAR Patriot Index shows a David Barton, b. December 9, 1746 1 CONC , d. 1790, m. Rebecca Brightman, Capt. RI. 1 CONT 1 CONT Note: The source of David's children is database 39814 on R 1 CONC ootsweb.com submitted by oraleec@hotmail.com, last update 1 CONC d on 25 Aug 2001. 1 CONT 1 CONT On 6/11/2005 I received the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi, 1 CONT I was reading your information on David Barton-Warren, R. I 1 CONC . His dad was Benjamin Barton but his mother was Lydia Brow 1 CONC n not Mary Haile. David Barton and his wife Rebecca are bur 1 CONC ied in a small cemetery on an estate in Warren. I believe t 1 CONC hey had a child (Charlotte) buried there also. Do you hav 1 CONC e any information on their children? Thanks 1 CONT Judy Fardig 1 CONT Chairman, Warren Historical Cemetery commission 0 @I10805@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Brown/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Brown 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Apr 1720 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 530C297F068741F4881B85BF03C0801003FA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3997@ 0 @I10806@ INDI 1 NAME Anne /Barton/ 2 GIVN Anne 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 56689BFBBA0140FF93DE5997D7D73365F54A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3997@ 0 @I10807@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Barton/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 _UID 883D2EA029A9487E80D20B4CB67FBEECB35D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3997@ 0 @I10808@ INDI 1 NAME Seth /Barton/ 2 GIVN Seth 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX U 1 _UID 663DE259CEB54A639005BAFB40DA04C53BE3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3997@ 0 @I10810@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 7D9331E8BF694396A505B2E9AE6B1ACD6F3C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4002@ 0 @I10811@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Rhodes/ 2 GIVN Catherine 2 SURN Rhodes 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Aug 1717 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S190@ 1 SOUR @S191@ 1 _UID 37EC962DD68B4650988A686A22EA27393D23 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3999@ 0 @I10812@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe /Barton/ 2 GIVN Phebe 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Jul 1737 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 3FF77A3CCD65445F87424D2FE1BCB55EB652 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10813@ INDI 1 NAME John /Barton/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 6 Mar 1738 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 68E48CD769B940899270F49DEDC5470A30A3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10814@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Barton/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 Dec 1740 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D1E620E9C0B44D42A522BB236327A7F48D99 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10816@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Jul 1747 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 983E0F1107EB4EB5864B4ACB022091D95DFA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10817@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Barton/ 2 GIVN Catherine 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Jul 1746 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 85FEA91A75334A98A93F5128FB51837A7AB9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10818@ INDI 1 NAME Zachariah /Barton/ 2 GIVN Zachariah 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Feb 1748 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DA2F8724BC694DFC827E80176B2D6E904F5C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10819@ INDI 1 NAME Holden Rhodes /Barton/ 2 GIVN Holden Rhodes 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Feb 1751 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID BE90163D50914DE7A3FD0C5F546787898CFB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10821@ INDI 1 NAME Waite /Barton/ 2 GIVN Waite 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX U 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Oct 1753 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F9640C9EDD3E42819D877E0980ACA799FCE2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10822@ INDI 1 NAME Roseamond /Barton/ 2 GIVN Roseamond 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 Dec 1755 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5D7D55FD274347A38AA84643FE7769779059 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10823@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Feb 1758 2 SOUR @S158@ 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID FD25AF9F51024DC1A78FDB1557397A0506F9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3999@ 0 @I10824@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Sep 1771 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1850 1 _UID C1EED5958D0545F280FD9230E8A430CBA83E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4961@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 0 @I10825@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Barton/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 Mar 1774 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 Jul 1779 2 SOUR @S3@ 1 _UID 78F4D70CF1C44FB58DA190245EFF46A12EDA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4236@ 0 @I10826@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Barton/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Jul 1780 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE May 1809 1 _UID 1B345220FEC24D86979832AF3C772E256A1B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4236@ 0 @I10827@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer Cole /Barton/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer Cole 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Sep 1799 2 PLAC Cambridge, Washington, New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1850 1 _UID BCE086FF79B84D5F8572BB169900FBB10B35 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F1673@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI10827@ 2 SOUR @S65@ 0 @NI10827@ NOTE 1 CONC RI IGI Batch #: C502171, Source Call #: 908271 ITEM 2. Thi 1 CONC s indicates the birth as 14 Apr 1799 in Warren, Bristol, RI 1 CONC . The Cole text indicates Sept. 1 CONT 14, 1799 with birth in Cambridge, Washington Co., NY. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Burial Grounds of Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, Ne 1 CONC w York, page 17 indicates Charles Barton, son of Ebenezer a 1 CONC nd Harriet Barton, born Aug 1, 1832 died Feb. 23, 1842. Mo 1 CONC ther nee Harriet Cone, Charles, grandson of Prudence Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Seth Sargent Barton says Ebenezer was Sheriff of Renssalae 1 CONC r County, NY in 1831. 0 @I10828@ INDI 1 NAME Lillis Turner /Barton/ 2 GIVN Lillis Turner 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 Aug 1793 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1850 1 _UID 9A136065BAA7434B9A107DC26263B19757E6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4128@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI10828@ 0 @NI10828@ NOTE 1 CONC RI IGI, Batch #: C502171, Source Call #: 908271 ITEM 2. Th 1 CONC is record indicates her name as Lillis TURNER BARTON. Howe 1 CONC ver, The Descendants of James Cole of Plymouth 1633, page 6 1 CONC 7 indicates her name as Lillis F. Barton. The Vital Record 1 CONC s of Warren list the birth name as Lillis Turner Barton. R 1 CONC CL - script F and T are quite often taken for each other. 1 CONT 1 CONT A letter from Martha Osborn, Tekonsha, Sept. 11, 1850, abou 1 CONC t her mother's pension, indicated her sister was Lillis T 1 CONC . Ward of Warrenville, Illinois. 0 @I10830@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1815 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 203EDD108D8D44179C159844C1BB81B903F1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Mary Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F1267@ 1 NOTE @NI10830@ 0 @NI10830@ NOTE 1 CONC Prior research has indicated Mary was born about 1815 in NY 1 CONC . However, a gravestone in the Windfall Cemetery in Tekonsh 1 CONC a indicates Mary Osborn died Apr 24, 1851 at age 28. She wa 1 CONC s the daughter of Stephen and Martha Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT This would place her birth date as about 1823. I must accep 1 CONC t this since I have personally seen and photographed her gr 1 CONC avestone. 0 @I10831@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Nov 1782 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1850 1 _UID 66250CA4719F4F21B0BC69B940278082B295 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4236@ 0 @I10832@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Jun 1788 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1850 1 _UID 116C23015C2741009BA79230D95DEEB13EAF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4489@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI10832@ 0 @NI10832@ NOTE 1 CONC We find this in the deed books in Syracuse County Courthous 1 CONC e: 1 CONT 1 CONT Deed Book X page 51 - 9 Apr 1819 from Jacob Hoffman of Lans 1 CONC ingburgh in the county of Rensselaer state of New York to R 1 CONC ufus Barton of the same place for $100 one equal undivide 1 CONC d part of all that certain lot piece or parcel of land situ 1 CONC ate lying and being in the town of Camillus in the county o 1 CONC f Onondaga known and distinguished by the name of Lot Numbe 1 CONC r Forty. 1 CONT 1 CONT Deed Book X page 52 - From Rufus Barton of Lansingburgh i 1 CONC n the county of Rensselaer for $100 to Jacob Bishop of Tro 1 CONC y in said county land in town of Camillus known by the nam 1 CONC e of lot forty. 1 CONT 1 CONT (Camillus is about nine miles north east of Skaneateles whe 1 CONC re William Sidney Barton's granddaughter Alice Louisa Osbor 1 CONC n Perry wrote that he was born in Skene Attles, New York.) 0 @I10833@ INDI 1 NAME Turner /Barton/ 2 GIVN Turner 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 May 1796 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Aug 1873 1 BURI 2 PLAC Lansingburgh, Rensselaer, New York 1 _UID EF6D7466EC634FFA99C47A4FBE9B85BD8F25 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI10833@ 0 @NI10833@ NOTE 1 CONC Son of Prudence Barton. In 1860 he is listed in Lans. a 1 CONC s a Carriage maker. Buried in the Village Cemetery. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1853 he was elected justice of the peace at the annual t 1 CONC own meeting in Lansingburgh. 0 @I10834@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Aug 1777 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1850 1 _UID 0BB4E010B9EC422AA699104FF025BA87B49E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4004@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI10834@ 0 @NI10834@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Ron Barton, William went to sea between 1812 a 1 CONC nd 1815 and never came back. It was thought the vessel o 1 CONC n which he sailed was caputred by the Barbary pirates. 0 @I10835@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Cole/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 9 Jan 1746 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6FFE1A2F6BF641D5AA6C716FB769B8A39E7D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F8@ 1 FAMS @F9@ 1 FAMS @F10@ 1 FAMS @F11@ 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I10836@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Luther/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Oct 1663 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 Jul 1714 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 31B5B41A71224A1E97086EC8B98BC9740580 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4244@ 1 NOTE @NI10836@ 0 @NI10836@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lyeth ye Body of Samuel Luther Aged about 51 years dye 1 CONC d July the 23d 1714. 0 @I10838@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Codner/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Codner 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1AE3B874DDC04BE1ABE6CAD110B2DD01BED8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3985@ 0 @I10847@ INDI 1 NAME Sibyl /Milholland/ 2 GIVN Sibyl 2 SURN Milholland 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Oct 1919 2 PLAC Buhl, Twin Falls, Idaho 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Apr 2005 2 PLAC Baldwin Park (Vista Specialty Hospital San Gabriel Valley), Los Angeles, California 2 CAUS Pneumonia and urinary track infection complicated by asthma and emphysema 1 BURI 2 DATE 31 May 2005 2 PLAC Near Sweetwater Ranch, Lyon, Nevada 2 CREM Y 1 SOUR @S110@ 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Early Life 2 NOTE The following is Mama's story by me, Darlene Grace Leggitt 3 CONC , her oldest daughter, written in the third person, as bes 3 CONC t as I can recall: 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl Milholland and Earl Osborne met at Hermosa Beach, C 3 CONC A where they were part of the National Youth Administratio 3 CONC n program which was started by President Roosevelt to hel 3 CONC p the youth of America. They married in 1939 on Christma 3 CONC s Eve in Fresno, CA. They choose Christmas Eve, as the chur 3 CONC ch was already decorated for Christmas and there was no nee 3 CONC d to order flowers. Money was tight. 3 CONT 3 CONT Their home was quite small, one room served as the kitchen 3 CONC , living and dining room. They had to crawl through a wind 3 CONC ow to get into the bedroom. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0004.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Children 2 NOTE Their first child was born in Fresno, California on Januar 3 CONC y 20,1941. They named her Darlene Grace. Eighteen months l 3 CONC ater, July 30, 1942, their second child was born, Daniel Ea 3 CONC rl. 3 CONT 3 CONT The family eventually moved to Sacramento where they bough 3 CONC t a small home on Bell Street. There was enough land to al 3 CONC low them to have a milk cow and chickens. Earl worked fo 3 CONC r the government on airplane carburetors. World War II wa 3 CONC s going strong and Earl went down to join the Army. Becaus 3 CONC e of his government work, the fact that he had two childre 3 CONC n and one kidney, he was denied. Sibyl was a stay at hom 3 CONC e Mom, taking very good care of her family. She was a grea 3 CONC t cook and also did a lot of sewing. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0030.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Fulton Avenue 2 NOTE In about 1949 they bought a piece of property on Fulton Ave 3 CONC nue. The family and their dog Cinder, moved into a traile 3 CONC r and a single room building on the property. It was a bea 3 CONC utiful place to raise their family….a big old oak tree in f 3 CONC ront and a creek full of ducks running through the property 3 CONC . Sibyl and Earl began work on adding the family room, din 3 CONC ing room kitchen and their bedroom to the existing buildin 3 CONC g on the property. The building was converted into Darlen 3 CONC e and Danny's bedroom and a bathroom. The new addition wa 3 CONC s made of adobe with a knotty pine interior. The front doo 3 CONC r to the home had two large blue windows, one on each side. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl was a Brownie troop leader, keeping busy creating pro 3 CONC jects for the girls. She was very good with children and t 3 CONC hey all loved her. 3 CONT 3 CONT She kept them busy with the projects, one making a baby cra 3 CONC dle out of the round Quaker Oats cardboard container. Afte 3 CONC r cutting the box to resemble a rocking cradle, each girl g 3 CONC ot to choose what fabric they wanted to cover it with. 3 CONT 3 CONT One summer Earl decided to go into the insurance business w 3 CONC ith The Farmer's Insurance Company. He needed help in th 3 CONC e office so Sibyl worked in the office taking calls, makin 3 CONC g appointments and keeping the office in order. During thi 3 CONC s time, they sent Darlene and Danny to a home during the we 3 CONC ek where they would be taken care of. Even tho the lady an 3 CONC d the home were quite nice, Darlene and Danny hated it, cou 3 CONC nting the days until Friday when they would see their Mom a 3 CONC nd Dad driving up the driveway to pick them up and take the 3 CONC m home for the weekend. The time flew and before they kne 3 CONC w it, Sunday night had arrived and it was time for the tri 3 CONC p back to the baby sitter. 3 CONT 3 CONT This arrangement ended up not working out. It was hard on t 3 CONC he whole family so Earl went back to work for the governmen 3 CONC t. 3 CONT 3 CONT In an effort to bring addition money into the family, the 3 CONC y purchased a male and female Chinchilla. It was the big t 3 CONC hing going then and many people were getting into the busin 3 CONC ess. Just before the crash of the Chinchilla business, the 3 CONC y sold out, breaking even. Darlene still remembers watchin 3 CONC g her parents dancing with glee and throwing the money int 3 CONC o the air. Many people lost everything. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0087.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Band 2 NOTE Earl started a band and played every Saturday night. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0102.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Kathleen 2 NOTE On August 4, 1951, Sibyl gave birth to Kathleen, Renee. Da 3 CONC rlene and Danny waited anxiously in the car, while their Da 3 CONC d went into the hospital to gather up their Mom and the ne 3 CONC w baby. 3 CONT 3 CONT The family vacations were usually up to Yerington, Nevada w 3 CONC here they visited Earl's family and down to Chula Vista, Ca 3 CONC lifornia where they visited Sibyl's family. 3 CONT 3 CONT Not long after Kathleen was born, the family bought 12 acre 3 CONC s in Rio Linda. Earl continued to work for the government 3 CONC , play in the band and now grow hay on a portion of the lan 3 CONC d. Sibyl continued to care for her family cooking great di 3 CONC nners and sewing new cloths for them. 3 CONT 3 CONT The family got their first television and on many occasion 3 CONC s the family would awake very early in the morning to watc 3 CONC h the atomic bomb being exploded in the Nevada desert. 3 CONT 3 CONT Two years after moving to Rio Linda, Sibyl's life fell apar 3 CONC t. Earl had found someone new and had made the decision t 3 CONC o leave his family. 3 CONT 3 CONT Even tho Sibyl was devastated, she gathered her family an 3 CONC d moved them to Fresno California where she could be near h 3 CONC er sister Eileen. 3 CONT 3 CONT She took in ironing and did housework to help with expenses. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0126.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Yosemite 2 NOTE While in Fresno, Sibyl with her three children and her frie 3 CONC nd Elva Cole with her daughter and mother, decided to tak 3 CONC e a vacation in Yosemite National Park. They rented a tent 3 CONC . This was in the days before the pop up's. It was a heav 3 CONC y canvas tent that could sleep six. They also rented cot 3 CONC s and a cooking stove. Sibyl and Elva struggling with th 3 CONC e heavy canvas and with the help of the kids finally got th 3 CONC e tent set up. After putting the camp in order they began e 3 CONC xploring Yosemite. Darlene and Danny slept in the car whil 3 CONC e everyone else slept in the tent. This was a real happ 3 CONC y time for her and her children. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0139.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Chula Vista 2 NOTE Sibyl and her children took a couple of trips on the trai 3 CONC n to San Diego to visit her parents, John and Dorothy Milho 3 CONC lland, who lived in Chula Vista, California. 3 CONT 3 CONT In about 1954 Sibyl decided that she wanted to be closer t 3 CONC o her parents, so the family again packed up and made the m 3 CONC ove to, National City, not far from Chula Vista. 3 CONT 3 CONT Shortly after, the family moved to Nestor, a small communit 3 CONC y near the Mexican border. The family settled into their sm 3 CONC all home, attending church every Sunday. Darlene and Dann 3 CONC y began school at the Southwest Junior High School and Siby 3 CONC l continued taking in ironing and doing house work. In a 3 CONC n effort to save money, the family would periodically tak 3 CONC e trips into Mexico to get Danny's hair cut and to fill th 3 CONC e car up with gas. This all came to an abrupt end when sh 3 CONC e not knowingly parked in front of a house of ill repute, w 3 CONC hich was next to the barber shop. She walked Danny into th 3 CONC e barber shop and came back to the car to stay with Darlen 3 CONC e and Kathleen. She was shocked to see the activity takin 3 CONC g place right in front of car. As soon as Danny was done a 3 CONC t the barber, she headed out of town, never to return. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl wanted to find a father for her kids remarrying sever 3 CONC al times. Sadly none of these marriages worked out and aft 3 CONC er several moves she and her family returned to the origina 3 CONC l home in Nestor. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0134.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Nevada visit 2 NOTE On a couple of occasions she took the family to Yerington 3 CONC , Nevada to spend time with Earl's Mother Grace, who she ca 3 CONC lled Momda. The children enjoyed these visits with thei 3 CONC r Grandma Dini. They could sit in the living room by the ho 3 CONC ur, listening to her play the piano, always with a smile o 3 CONC n her face and a twinkle in her eye. Momda and Sibyl, (sh 3 CONC e called her button) had a very strong bond and seeing the 3 CONC m together it was clear that they loved each other. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0154.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Hard times 2 NOTE Money was always quite tight but Sibyl would go beyond th 3 CONC e call of duty to see that her kids had what was needed. O 3 CONC n one occasion, she sold her accordion to buy a dress for D 3 CONC arlene which was needed for one of the school functions. H 3 CONC er children were top priority in her mind and actions. Sh 3 CONC e tried her best to make her kids happy, scrimping to sav 3 CONC e money so she could take them places. On one occasion sh 3 CONC e was going to take them to the circus. The family dresse 3 CONC d in their best, piled into the car and drove to the circus 3 CONC . Upon turning into the parking lot there was something ve 3 CONC ry very wrong. The parking lot was totally void of cars. I 3 CONC t seemed she had gotten the date wrong and the circus was l 3 CONC ong gone. She was so devastated. The children did their be 3 CONC st to make her feel better. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl was very protective of her children. This was probab 3 CONC ly one of the reason's Danny at age 15 left his mom and sis 3 CONC ters and went to live with his dad. At one point, Danny re 3 CONC turned to his mom and his sisters. His mom did everythin 3 CONC g she could to help make him happy, even giving up her roo 3 CONC m for him and moving in with Darlene and Kathleen. He beca 3 CONC me restless again and moved back to be with his dad. Siby 3 CONC l was deeply saddened by this. She had lost her husband an 3 CONC d now she felt she had lost her son. Of course she hadn't l 3 CONC ost her son but she didn't realize that then. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Square dancing 2 NOTE Sibyl loved to square dance and she was very good at it. S 3 CONC he made all of her beautiful outfits. Her parents lived an 3 CONC d worked for a household above Mission Valley and they woul 3 CONC d come to stay with Sibyl and her family on the weekends 3 CONC . This worked out real well for Sibyl as she did not hav 3 CONC e to worry about leaving her kids home alone while she wen 3 CONC t to the dance. Even tho her daughter Darlene was 16, sh 3 CONC e was afraid to leave the sisters home alone. Yes, it di 3 CONC d seem she was over protective, however she feared that som 3 CONC eone could take her family from her if she was, for what ev 3 CONC er, accused to be an unfit Mother. Her family was her lif 3 CONC e and she was not about to put this at risk. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 41.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Darlene marries 2 NOTE At age 17, Danny got special permission from his Dad and jo 3 CONC ined the Navy. At age 18, Darlene married Bruce Osterber 3 CONC g in Yuma, Arizona. Bruce had joined the Army and was bein 3 CONC g sent to El Paso, Texas for training. Sibyl scraped enoug 3 CONC h money together to buy Darlene a new dress for the wedding 3 CONC , a bouquet of flowers for her to carry and flowers for Dar 3 CONC lene and Bruce's reception that was held in the home of Sib 3 CONC yl's brother and sister in law, Kenny and Karin Milholland 3 CONC . 3 CONT 3 CONT Bruce went onto El Paso and Darlene remained with her mothe 3 CONC r and sister until June, 1959 when she graduated from Mar V 3 CONC ista High School. Darlene went to El Paso to be with her n 3 CONC ew husband. Sibyl was not able to keep the home in Nester 3 CONC . She no longer had child support for Danny and Darlene an 3 CONC d had to find a much less expensive home for her and Kathle 3 CONC en. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE Scan0213.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE El Paso 2 NOTE In the summer of 1959, Sibyl, Kathleen and Danny (who woul 3 CONC d be leaving for the Navy soon) drove to El Paso to visit D 3 CONC arlene and Bruce. It was such a great visit for them all 3 CONC . They took a day trip up to see the Carlsbad Caverns an 3 CONC d all were totally taken back by their beauty. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 1.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Spring 1960 2 NOTE In the spring of 1960 Sibyl and Kathleen moved to El Paso t 3 CONC o live with Darlene and Bruce. They had a nice two bedroo 3 CONC m apartment with plenty of room for the four of them. Howe 3 CONC ver Darlene was pregnant and soon they moved into two separ 3 CONC ate apartments in the same complex. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 21.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Bakery 2 NOTE Sibyl got a job at a bakery and was very content and happ 3 CONC y at work. She enjoyed being near her daughter and being a 3 CONC ble to watch her go through the pregnancy. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 40.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Jess 2 NOTE Darlene gave birth to a healthy baby boy on December 21, 19 3 CONC 60. He was named Jess, Howard. Sibyl so enjoyed helping D 3 CONC arlene care for her new grandson and was so proud to be a g 3 CONC randma. Kathleen was equally happy to be an aunt. 3 CONT 3 CONT Three months from Jess's birth, Bruce received his orders a 3 CONC nd was being sent to Okinawa. After Bruce, Darlene and Jes 3 CONC s set out for California, Sibyl and Kathleen were on her ow 3 CONC n in El Paso Texas for a while. After a short time she an 3 CONC d Kathleen returned to California. They settled in El Cajo 3 CONC n near her parents. She got a job at J. J. Newberry, in ch 3 CONC arge of the Men and Boy Department. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 35.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Father dies 2 NOTE On December 9, 1961, her father John Harrison Milholland di 3 CONC ed. 2 OBJE 3 FORM tif 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\John Milholland.tif 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE San Diego 2 NOTE Sibyl, Kathleen and Dorothy, her mother, lived together. I 3 CONC n the fall of 1962, after Bruce returned from Okinawa, th 3 CONC e family moved to El Cajon. Bruce enrolled at San Diego Sta 3 CONC te. Sibyl quit her job and recommended Darlene for the pos 3 CONC ition. While Darlene was at work and Bruce at college, Sib 3 CONC yl cared for her grandson, Jess. 3 CONT 3 CONT With San Diego in a major recession in 1963, jobs were a 3 CONC t a premium. When Bruce graduated from San Diego State h 3 CONC e needed to take his family to Los Angeles, where he and Da 3 CONC rlene could find employment so that he could continue his e 3 CONC ducation at UCLA 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 171.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Valley Hospital 2 NOTE Sibyl was able to get a job at the El Cajon Valley Hospita 3 CONC l working in the kitchen. She was very happy there. She m 3 CONC ade lots of friends. Unfortunately, the pay was not the gr 3 CONC eatest and eventually, Sibyl, Kathleen and her mother Dorot 3 CONC hy moved into the only apartment they could afford. It wa 3 CONC s located in an alley in down town El Cajon. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 244.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Meets Bob 2 NOTE Unfortunately Kathleen and her grandma did not get along 3 CONC . Eventually, Kathleen decided she wanted to go live wit 3 CONC h her dad. This, of course, hurt Sibyl but she knew that K 3 CONC athleen would probably be better off with her dad. She wou 3 CONC ld live in a nice house, and would have her own bedroom. S 3 CONC ibyl being the loving mother that she was gave Kathleen a b 3 CONC ig going away party. 3 CONT 3 CONT Falling ill with Hepatitis B, Sibyl was forced to quit he 3 CONC r job and was bed ridden for months. After she got well, s 3 CONC he began to go to square dancing again. 3 CONT 3 CONT Here she met Bob Walsh and they began attending the dance 3 CONC s together. She was so happy. Bob was born on April 15, 1 3 CONC 908. He joined the Army but was never sent to war. His ea 3 CONC rly life was spent working as a cowboy on ranches. He ha 3 CONC d appreciation for finer things, and had many pieces of fin 3 CONC e crystal and silver that he gave Sibyl when they met. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 323.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Baker 2 NOTE Sibyl was a great baker. She made countless cakes for he 3 CONC r family and friends for their birthdays and weddings. Eac 3 CONC h cake was full of her love for whomever she was baking an 3 CONC d decorating it. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 713.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Marrys Bob 2 NOTE On the thirty-first of May, Bob Walsh and Sibyl Osborne go 3 CONC t married at the First Church of God in El Cajon, Californi 3 CONC a. It was a joyous occasion and everyone was so very happ 3 CONC y for both of them. 3 CONT 3 CONT A week after the marriage, Bob was diagnosed with cancer 3 CONC . That didn't stop them. They lived the next eight an 3 CONC d a half years with gusto, traveling the United States in t 3 CONC heir camper. Some times, they even brought Sibyl's mothe 3 CONC r with them. They shoved more happiness in that time tha 3 CONC n many people have in a life time 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 666.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Sweetwater Ranch. 2 NOTE They moved to Nevada, to live on the Sweetwater Ranch wit 3 CONC h Earl's sister, Ellen Sceirine. They stayed in a little c 3 CONC abin on the property. Bob did odd jobs around the ranch an 3 CONC d Sibyl helped where she could. They still took little tri 3 CONC ps in their camper; however it became too difficult for Bo 3 CONC b to get in and out of it. They bought a trailer, giving t 3 CONC hem more room. Unfortunately, Bob became very ill and the 3 CONC y never did get to take a trip in it. They did however g 3 CONC o out and sit in it pretending they were on a trip. 3 CONT 3 CONT In time, Bob became so ill that he had to be taken to the h 3 CONC ospital in Reno. Sibyl stayed in the camper in the hospita 3 CONC l parking lot. On November 18, 1981, Bob lost his battle wi 3 CONC th cancer and was gone. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE Sibyl and Bob Walsh December 1978.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Ashes 2 NOTE Sibyl carried Bob's ashes to the top of a hill near the Swe 3 CONC etwater Ranch. Alone, she opened the box and released th 3 CONC e ashes into the wind. Imagine her alarm when pieces of bo 3 CONC ne dropped onto the sand at her feet. Later, her son Dann 3 CONC y collected these pieces and placed them in a container an 3 CONC d buried it there. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 877.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE El Cajon 2 NOTE After selling the trailer, Sibyl moved back to El Cajon an 3 CONC d took an apartment with her Mother, who was now in failin 3 CONC g health. She took on the responsibility to care for her m 3 CONC other who was now becoming a little difficult to live with 3 CONC . Sibyl ignored the negatives and accepted her responsibil 3 CONC ity to make her mother's life as comfortable as it could be 3 CONC . They visited her daughter Darlene, in Poway, now divorce 3 CONC d, on many occasions. During this period, lots of dinners 3 CONC , picnics, attending the Poway Rodeo, and of course holiday 3 CONC s were enjoyed by Sibyl, her mother and her family. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl, even with the loss of her love Bob, continued to b 3 CONC e a very positive and happy person. All of her family love 3 CONC d to be with her as her smile made them feel happy and love 3 CONC d. 3 CONT 3 CONT In 1984, Dorothy became very hard for Sibyl to care for. E 3 CONC ileen, Sibyl's youngest sister decided it was time to mov 3 CONC e Dorothy up to Fremont, California to live with her. 3 CONT 3 CONT No longer responsible for her mother, Sibyl, made arrangeme 3 CONC nt to travel to the Forester's Haven in Mount Dora, Florida 3 CONC . She sold all of her possessions except the clothes she h 3 CONC ad. Darlene sent her off to Florida from the San Diego air 3 CONC port in 1984. She was a very young 65 year old lady, wit 3 CONC h great expectations on entering a new life. And that sh 3 CONC e did. 3 CONT 3 CONT The Foresters was a retirement home with all of the activit 3 CONC ies, beautiful apartments for the residents, a dining room 3 CONC , doctors and nurses, even an allowance. Sibyl had bough 3 CONC t the policy many years prior and boy did her investment pa 3 CONC y off. She would be taken care of for the rest of her life 3 CONC . Such a deal. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Foresters 2 NOTE She was so very happy there, making lots of friends and hav 3 CONC ing so much fun. She joined in the band, playing the drums 3 CONC , joined into the bells group, joined the crafts class, mak 3 CONC ing beautiful things for her family. Her most memorable it 3 CONC ems were the clocks she designed and built from slices of t 3 CONC rees, which she varnished, and decorated with the appropria 3 CONC te numbers and hands. These were prized gifts for the newl 3 CONC y weds. She also became very talented with figurines, man 3 CONC y angels and other forms of art that she matched with her f 3 CONC amily's interest. 3 CONT 3 CONT Her visits with each of her children were cherished events 3 CONC . Not only for her but the family she was visiting. She l 3 CONC oved to help, cook, dust, clean and iron. She didn't get th 3 CONC e concept of 'wash & wear'. She missed doing these things a 3 CONC nd loved being able to do them when she was a guest in he 3 CONC r family's homes. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE Photo_2004_12_27_19_59_34.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Mother dies 2 NOTE On January 3, 1986, after a long period of illness, Doroth 3 CONC y Alberta Milholland passed away. Sibyl never got over th 3 CONC e feeling that she should have been stronger and remained i 3 CONC n El Cajon to care for her mother. Her family however, kne 3 CONC w that this would have been too hard on her. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl was able to make the trip from Florida to San Diego t 3 CONC o attend her Memorial service. 3 CONT 3 CONT Darlene and Roy flew her to San Diego, so she could atten 3 CONC d their wedding on April 26, 1987. She arrived early so t 3 CONC hat she could help in the preparations. The wedding was he 3 CONC ld in their back yard, so there was lots to do before hand. 3 CONT 3 CONT In October of 1988, Darlene and Roy traveled to Florida. T 3 CONC hey got her a hotel room and took her to Epcott Center an 3 CONC d Disney World. She sure did enjoy herself and was almos 3 CONC t little girl like, as we went from one ride to the next 3 CONC . After taking her back home, Darlene and Roy drove to Mia 3 CONC mi to catch the cruise ship to the Caribbean. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\Dorothy Milholland 1978.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Joe 2 NOTE While in Florida, Sibyl met Joe Pufka, one of the residents 3 CONC . She and Joe spent a lot of time together and eventuall 3 CONC y got married in June of 1991. Her daughter Darlene travel 3 CONC ed back to attend the wedding. Joe's daughter and husband a 3 CONC lso attended the ceremony. The Haven put on a beautiful we 3 CONC dding and reception for them. 3 CONT 3 CONT Joe was quite a bit older than Sibyl and soon it became app 3 CONC arent that they needed to move to the Foresters Haven in Sa 3 CONC n Fernando Valley, California before he become too ill to m 3 CONC ake the move. The rule was, if you wanted to join the Fore 3 CONC sters in San Fernando, you needed to be well enough to mak 3 CONC e the trip. It was very important to Sibyl as she wanted t 3 CONC o be on the west coast, closer to her family. 3 CONT 3 CONT Joe was of the old school, born in Poland. He was a very d 3 CONC omineering person, keeping Sibyl on a short leash. Even th 3 CONC o she loved him, in time this became very hard for her to a 3 CONC ccept. Her daughter Darlene, visited from San Diego onc 3 CONC e a month and tried to help her mother get through the situ 3 CONC ation, but eventually it became apparent, Sibyl was so unha 3 CONC ppy, it was affecting her quality of life. She had no sa 3 CONC y in her life or actions. After struggling with this fo 3 CONC r many months, she decided to divorce Joe. 3 CONT 3 CONT Even tho they were divorced and were living in separate apa 3 CONC rtments, she never stopped caring for him. She visited hi 3 CONC m every day making sure that he had what he needed. Basica 3 CONC lly, she continued to take care of him as a wife….she jus 3 CONC t wasn't living with him. They got along wonderfully fro 3 CONC m that time on. She remained his best friend until he died. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Washington 2 NOTE Sibyl enjoyed her life at the Foresters. Her family visite 3 CONC d and brought her to visit them many times. In the summe 3 CONC r of 1997, Darlene and her husband Roy Leggitt flew Sibyl t 3 CONC o Washington D.C. They rented her a cabin at the RV park t 3 CONC hey were staying. She was so happy, having her own littl 3 CONC e home that she could enjoy. They felt so lucky to get a t 3 CONC our of the White House. She was totally overwhelmed with t 3 CONC he fact that she was actually in the White House, walking t 3 CONC he halls where the President's walked. She got a kick out o 3 CONC f watching the men in black suits talking into their watche 3 CONC s. The next stop was the Capital Building. Her eyes wide 3 CONC ned with amazement as she and the Leggitt's sat in the gall 3 CONC ery of the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives wat 3 CONC ching speeches from the floor. At the Vietnam Wall she slo 3 CONC wly walked, taking in all of the names she could. At the M 3 CONC emorial for World War II, she stood, looking for a very lon 3 CONC g time at the life size men in full battle garb, frozen i 3 CONC n time. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE Photo_2004_12_27_22_37_4.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Co-pilot 2 NOTE She so enjoyed being the co-pilot in Roy and Darlene's Moto 3 CONC r Home. She really enjoyed being able to watch the world g 3 CONC o by from her front row seat. 3 CONT 3 CONT She was able to visit her daughter Kathleen and husband Vi 3 CONC c Deaton in Huntsville, Arkansas. They live on 40 acres o 3 CONC f mostly virgin land. On one visit, she caught a huge fis 3 CONC h out of their pond. After having a picture taken to prov 3 CONC e the catch, they released the granddaddy back to his water 3 CONC y home. 2 OBJE 3 FORM JPG 3 FILE Mama riding shotgun.JPG 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Acton 2 NOTE It became a tradition in the last several years of her lif 3 CONC e for her children to gather at Acton, California to spen 3 CONC d several days, with her at the Thousand Trails Camp ground 3 CONC . A couple of trailers would be rented to house her daught 3 CONC er Kathleen and husband Vic who had driven over from Arkans 3 CONC as and of course Sibyl. Her son Danny and wife Haydee woul 3 CONC d drive down from Nevada in their RV. Her daughter Darlen 3 CONC e and her husband Roy would be there in their motor home 3 CONC . Her grandson Jess and family along with her ex-son-in-l 3 CONC aw Bruce with Teri would drive up from San Diego. She wa 3 CONC s the reason for the gathering and every one enjoyed her s 3 CONC o very much. It was a pleasure for all of her family to b 3 CONC e able to enjoy this special time with her. 2 OBJE 3 FORM JPG 3 FILE 112-1208_IMG.JPG 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE 84th birthday 2 NOTE An effort was made to celebrate her birthdays with her fami 3 CONC ly in the San Diego, however, due to her health not every o 3 CONC ne was celebrated with a big party. The last big party, Oc 3 CONC tober 16, 2003, her 84th birthday, was celebrated at Bruc 3 CONC e Osterberg and Teri's home. Her family and several friend 3 CONC s were able to join in the celebration. It was a wonderfu 3 CONC l day, and she truly enjoyed seeing her children, grandchil 3 CONC dren, great grandson, nieces and friends. 3 CONT 3 CONT Four months after her 84th birthday, February, 2004, she fe 3 CONC ll very ill with lung infections. Darlene and husband Roy 3 CONC , being retired and living in a motor home, were able to st 3 CONC ay in the area, allowing Darlene to be with her. She regai 3 CONC ned her strength and was able to return home after Easter. 3 CONT 3 CONT The Forester's sold their contract to care of their residen 3 CONC ts to The Kensington located in Alhambra. Darlene had help 3 CONC ed her pack up many of her things in preparation for big mo 3 CONC ve. Sibyl was looking forward to her new home and havin 3 CONC g a new apartment. 3 CONT 3 CONT In August, 2004, she fell gravely ill. Near death, she wa 3 CONC s put on a respirator, and put in an induced coma for ove 3 CONC r two weeks. It was discovered she had mold growing in he 3 CONC r lungs. She fought her way back and was finally released f 3 CONC rom the hospital after over six weeks. She was the last res 3 CONC ident from the Foresters to be admitted to The Kensington 3 CONC . She was not well enough to go to her new apartment and w 3 CONC as put into their Health Care Unit, where she had 24 hour n 3 CONC urse assistance. She was anxious to get to her new apartme 3 CONC nt, but was aware that she needed to get a lot better befor 3 CONC e that would happen. 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE Mama's Birthday 2003 057.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE The end 2 NOTE Her planned 85th birthday party at grandson's Jess and Kari 3 CONC n's home had to be cancelled. She was too weak and sick t 3 CONC o travel. Jess's family drove up from Poway. They along w 3 CONC ith Roy and Darlene took her out to dinner to celebrate he 3 CONC r birthday. She was so very weak but the trooper she was 3 CONC , managed to enjoy her day. 3 CONT 3 CONT Between Christmas and New Year, she took a fall, breaking h 3 CONC er arm and hip. At the time, it was not realized that sh 3 CONC e had broken the hip but on January, 2, she began bleedin 3 CONC g internally and was taken to the hospital. 3 CONT 3 CONT There, it was discovered that she had a broken hip. Her hi 3 CONC p was replaced. Sadly, she was never able to use it. Sh 3 CONC e was so weak that she would not get the rehabilitation ses 3 CONC sions necessary to get her up and walking. 3 CONT 3 CONT Darlene was told that her mama was losing ground, not abl 3 CONC e to eat. Her doctor suggested inserting a feeding tub in h 3 CONC opes of getting her strength back. After discussing this w 3 CONC ith her siblings, it was decided to give it a try. Sadly 3 CONC , Sibyl's immune system was at this point non existent, he 3 CONC r quality of life, also non existent. Soon the infection 3 CONC s were coming faster than they could be dealt with. She sp 3 CONC ent most of the time sleeping, too weak to awake. 3 CONT 3 CONT Sibyl fought the good fight. Even tho suffering, she manag 3 CONC ed a smile or a wink now and then. Sometimes so weak that h 3 CONC er “I love you” was just moving her lips. 3 CONT 3 CONT She told Darlene that she had dreams that she had passed an 3 CONC d was on her way up to heaven when she would awake. 3 CONT 3 CONT One day, the nurse came in to administer more antibiotics 3 CONC , and found that the needle was no longer working and she w 3 CONC ould have to redo it. Sibyl said, “Guess I blew out anothe 3 CONC r one”. The nurse thought that was so cute. She began tr 3 CONC ying to get another needle in place, having success on th 3 CONC e third try. Sibyl said to her daughter Darlene, “I wish t 3 CONC hey would just stop. I'm so tired”. Darlene asked her, “M 3 CONC ama, are you ready to go he heaven?” After a pause, Siby 3 CONC l replied, “Maybe not quite yet.” She was aware that her s 3 CONC on Danny and wife Haydee were coming to see her the next we 3 CONC ekend. She was able to say “I love you” to each of her ch 3 CONC ildren before she died. 3 CONT 3 CONT In one of Darlene's conversations with her mama, Sibyl, sh 3 CONC e talked about being with her mother, father, siblings Arlo 3 CONC ne, Eileen, Kenny and especially her special Bob. She almo 3 CONC st seemed anxious to join them. 3 CONT 3 CONT On April 4, 2005, her heart, growing very tired after tryin 3 CONC g to keep her body working as it tried to fight off the inf 3 CONC ections that were consuming it, finally stopped. She fel 3 CONC l into an everlasting sleep, allowing her spirit to begin t 3 CONC he journey into heaven to be with her family and friends wh 3 CONC o had made the journey before her. 3 CONT 3 CONT All of her family and friends know she is with her Lord. S 3 CONC he truly believed in her Lord and that she would be with hi 3 CONC m one day. She is truly missed by those of us still here o 3 CONC n earth. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Correspondence 2 NOTE This concludes the report celebrating Sibyl Walsh's life an 3 CONC d ancestry. Following are several pieces of correspondenc 3 CONC e exchanged by various family members shortly before and af 3 CONC ter her death. 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her daughter Kathleen 2 NOTE It seems that the majority of my happy and interesting Mam 3 CONC a memories had to do with traveling by car from Californi 3 CONC a to Nevada to visit Grandma Dini and the rest of the famil 3 CONC y there. Singing was common and I will never be able to he 3 CONC ar “My Wild Irish Rose” without thinking of Mama. 3 CONT 3 CONT I wanted her to stop at every souvenir shop and roadside at 3 CONC traction along the way. The reptile houses were cool, bu 3 CONC t the best ever was the mummified mother and baby supposedl 3 CONC y found in the desert and was displayed for all to see. Th 3 CONC e mother had her arm around the child, trying to protect i 3 CONC t to the end. That picture has stuck with me all these yea 3 CONC rs. 3 CONT 3 CONT In the summer of 1959 on a trip to El Paso to visit Darlen 3 CONC e and Bruce, Mama may have wondered if she, Danny & I wer 3 CONC e going to end up that way too. We drove right into a real 3 CONC ly bad sand storm. Visibility was just about zero and Mam 3 CONC a had to breathe into a cup of ice just to be able to breat 3 CONC he at all. Thinking back on how claustrophobic she was, th 3 CONC e whole episode must have been nearly unbearable. But sh 3 CONC e hung in there and got us through it all safe and sound 3 CONC . I remember Danny & me laughing about how we could writ 3 CONC e our names on our sand-covered arms and on every inch insi 3 CONC de the car. We thought it was quite an adventure. It' 3 CONC s a wonder she didn't kick us out and make us walk the res 3 CONC t of the way. 3 CONT 3 CONT Then there was the trip where I woke up in the middle of th 3 CONC e night, we were pulled over to the side of the road and Ma 3 CONC ma was nowhere to be found. After the initial panic, I sa 3 CONC w her outside by a refrigerated big rig. Our radiator ha 3 CONC d developed a hole and she and the driver were catching th 3 CONC e melting water from the truck in cups and then pouring i 3 CONC t into the radiator. It was enough to get us to the next t 3 CONC own where we were taken in by the mechanic and his wife unt 3 CONC il the auto shops opened two days later. I cannot recall t 3 CONC heir names, but I know that all three remained friends fo 3 CONC r the rest of their lives. 3 CONT 3 CONT It seems I have always loved horses and Mama would pull t 3 CONC o the side of the road whenever she could so I could pet th 3 CONC em across a fence. And if there were pony rides, no way wo 3 CONC uld I let her go by without my getting my turn on one. Sh 3 CONC e was so happy a couple years ago when I told her I had bou 3 CONC ght horses for Jessica and myself. It really pleased her t 3 CONC o know that I could pet my Molly girl whenever I wanted. 3 CONT 3 CONT Watching Mama square dance was another fun memory. She loo 3 CONC ked so very pretty and happy as she whirled around the danc 3 CONC e floor. She was quite the dancer. And I loved her squar 3 CONC e dance outfits with their poofy slips. 3 CONT 3 CONT Mama was so proud of being a member of Tony Orlando's fan c 3 CONC lub, Tony's Troops. She was able to see Tony perform jus 3 CONC t once, but what a wonderful time it was for her. During th 3 CONC e "Boogie Tonight" segment, Tony chose Mama to Boogie wit 3 CONC h up the theater aisle and did not know at that time tha 3 CONC t she was my Mom. He said later he could just tell that sh 3 CONC e would be fun. What a great picture, Tony with his top ha 3 CONC t with Mama on his arm. They were really strutting their st 3 CONC uff! And then backstage when I started to take her pictur 3 CONC e with Tony, he picked her up in his arms!! She was suc 3 CONC h a tiny little thing, but you should have seen her giganti 3 CONC c smile! I had that picture enlarged and framed, and she ha 3 CONC d it up in her apartment at the Haven until her "friends" t 3 CONC here made her feel as though she was being too uppity by ke 3 CONC eping it so visible.(I always just figured they were enviou 3 CONC s of Mama's zest for life and her sunny disposition. How sa 3 CONC d for them.) Tony, who called her Mom for the rest of the e 3 CONC vening, and everyone at the theater was so gracious to her 3 CONC . She told me later, that was one of the most memorable nig 3 CONC hts of her life. And when I would call her, she would neve 3 CONC r fail to ask how Tony was doing. He, his family, and th 3 CONC e Troopers were saddened to hear of her passing 3 CONC . 3 CONC 3 CONT 3 CONT Mama loved us all so very much, and she did all she could t 3 CONC o take care of us the best she knew how. She worked hard a 3 CONC ll of her life to make sure we kids had clothes to wear 3 CONC , a roof over our heads and food on the table. It wasn't u 3 CONC ntil I became an adult that I realized just how much she sa 3 CONC crificed for us. As she said during one of our talks, sh 3 CONC e made mistakes, but at the time she did the best she coul 3 CONC d and what she thought was right, and she always loved us 3 CONC . Then she smiled and said she must not have done too ba 3 CONC d a job, because just look how well her kids turned out 3 CONC . I pray she realizes now just how much I appreciate all s 3 CONC he did and how much I love her and miss her. The day tha 3 CONC t I am called home to our Lord, I know Mama will be there t 3 CONC oo, with a smile on her face and arms open wide. 3 CONT 3 CONT Her loving daughter Kathleen 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE June 2003 032.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her son Danny 2 NOTE The following are some of my memories of Mom: 3 CONT 3 CONT I can remember back when us kids were young how she used t 3 CONC o go without so we could have clothes on our back and foo 3 CONC d in our bellies. She would wear the same dresses and shoe 3 CONC s for years, but we would always have new cloths to wear ev 3 CONC ery year. I can still see her standing at the ironing boar 3 CONC d all day trying to make money to make ends meet. She coul 3 CONC d have gone out and got another job doing something she lik 3 CONC ed but she wanted to stay home so she could be home when w 3 CONC e came home from school or when we were out of school. 3 CONT 3 CONT When I was younger, I could never figure out why Mom woul 3 CONC d not go bonkers because of all of the negative things tha 3 CONC t would happen to her in her life. We kids and even when w 3 CONC e were older adults would let things bother us and act acco 3 CONC rdingly. But not mom. she has so much faith that she woul 3 CONC d always give it to the Lord. I asked her one time in one o 3 CONC f her crises, how she could not get angry or complain or so 3 CONC mething. She told me that what good did it do and that th 3 CONC e Lord will take care of it. 3 CONT 3 CONT Mom was always there for us. She was there when I went on m 3 CONC y first liberty in boot camp, when I graduated from the Nav 3 CONC al Training Center in San Diego, at every orchestra or ban 3 CONC d recital in school. Even lined the road when Darlene an 3 CONC d I were in the marching bands. I can not think of one tim 3 CONC e when she was not there for us. 3 CONT 3 CONT I can remember the time when all of us lived in Nester in t 3 CONC he big white house with the red roof. I was going through t 3 CONC ypical early teen stuff with the attitude and all. I reall 3 CONC y don't remember what it was about but I guess Mom asked m 3 CONC e to do something and I did not think it was my job, and sh 3 CONC e was chewing me out and I was so angry I turned away fro 3 CONC m her and walked away. She told me to stop and I did not s 3 CONC o she tackled me and we both went to the floor. After tha 3 CONC t I just tried to get away because I did not want to hurt h 3 CONC er. I finally said, ok Mom I give. Later on we laughed abou 3 CONC t that for years. She we would say "Danny, remember whe 3 CONC n I tackled you and made you say I give?" 3 CONT 3 CONT I don't think there was any better mom then our mom. Her qu 3 CONC est for life was to show love and kindness to everybody s 3 CONC o they would be happy. She was always so concerned about hu 3 CONC rting peoples feeling because that was definitely not on he 3 CONC r agenda. 3 CONT 3 CONT Love Danny 2 OBJE 3 FORM JPG 3 FILE Haydee, Dan and Mama at her party.JPG 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her niece Ann Barton 2 NOTE Ann Barton, one of hr nieces, sent an email to Darlene shor 3 CONC tly before Mama passed. 3 CONT 3 CONT Dear Darlene, I'm so sorry about your Mom. I wish she coul 3 CONC d just get better. She is and always has been my favorite A 3 CONC unt. When I was small she would come pick me up and take m 3 CONC e to McDonalds for a hamburger and I can remember when he 3 CONC r and Grandma lived on Vanhouton in El Cajon I used to rid 3 CONC e my bike there to visit them before I got my license . I h 3 CONC ave very good memories of spending time with your Mom and p 3 CONC laying Yatzee, oh yeh and lets not forget the wonderful lem 3 CONC on meringue pie. I continue to pray for her and all of you 3 CONC r family. Please take care. Love, Ann 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her grandson Jason Osterberg 2 NOTE Hello all, 3 CONT 3 CONT It is a very sad day today. I feel sad, not for the passin 3 CONC g of one of my most favorite people in the world, but for t 3 CONC he loss felt by her kids. Mom, Danny, & Kathleen you have m 3 CONC y most deepest sympathy and I send my best wishes for you t 3 CONC o be strong and to remember that what makes you the good pe 3 CONC ople that you came right from her. 3 CONT 3 CONT When I woke up this morning I felt her with me, more so th 3 CONC an ever before, She is in the air we breath, The grass tha 3 CONC t grows and the sun that shines. I have never known anyon 3 CONC e with more faith in a higher power than Grams, it was insp 3 CONC iring that anyone could believe so easily what she could no 3 CONC t see and I have never known anyone that never seemed to ha 3 CONC ve a bad day, She was also happy and always there for anyon 3 CONC e who needed a hug, a smile, or a simple word of encouragem 3 CONC ent. God Blessed her and she Blessed me... I LOVE YOU ALL 3 CONT jasono 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE Mama's Birthday 2003 060.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her grandson Jess Osterberg 2 NOTE Hi all, 3 CONT 3 CONT In this sad time I would like to reflect on how Grandm 3 CONC a affected my life in a positive way. She always had a smi 3 CONC le on her face and a spring in her step. Sometimes it wa 3 CONC s hard to keep up with her! Every since I can remember Gra 3 CONC ndma was a great baker. In my childhood it was the animal p 3 CONC ancakes; dogs, cats, or anything you asked for. In my tee 3 CONC n years it was the bikini cakes and sugar eggs with a colla 3 CONC ge inside the Easter egg. The most outrageous cake was fo 3 CONC r my 21st birthday, she took the bikini off the cake! My f 3 CONC riends were shocked and amazed that my Grandma baked me a n 3 CONC aked cake. You can imagine what was said when everyone at 3 CONC e their piece of cake! When she retired, she went off to F 3 CONC lorida and her baking skills went into her crafts. I wil 3 CONC l cherish our clock and nativity set forever and our cerami 3 CONC c angels look over us every day. When she came back to th 3 CONC e west coast to visit she was so excited (beaming) to tel 3 CONC l us all about what she did that year. She was very busy d 3 CONC oing something different every day, from playing the drum 3 CONC s to making clocks out of a slice of tree. She loved to gi 3 CONC ve to others - especially birthdays and Christmas. From th 3 CONC e special dollars in the card, to her personalized Christma 3 CONC s ornaments. One memory I will always cherish was last Dec 3 CONC ember when Karin, Eric and I went to visit her and took he 3 CONC r outside. As sick as she was, she giggled as a squirrel b 3 CONC ounced up a tree in front of her. 3 CONT 3 CONT I know everyone has their own special memories of Grandma 3 CONC . I just wanted to share some of mine. 3 CONT 3 CONT Love Jess 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE 2004-06(Jun) 065.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her niece Diana Selph 2 NOTE Well, as I opened up my email this evening, I find that w 3 CONC e are not the first ones to share our feelings at the los 3 CONC s of such a beautiful aunt, inside and out. Not everyone ca 3 CONC n be as lucky as we were to have a such special person as s 3 CONC he was in their lives. I have so many wonderful memories a 3 CONC s a child, as do our daughters and grandchildren. She neve 3 CONC r missed sending birthday cards, always with a dollar tucke 3 CONC d inside. Many memories swim around in my head right now 3 CONC , but a couple are fairly resent. In 1998 she took a bus f 3 CONC rom SAC. CA, where she was visiting a good friend of hers 3 CONC , to come visit with us in Fremont, CA. This was not lon 3 CONC g after my Mom had passed and getting a hug from my aunt wa 3 CONC s like my Mom was there too sharing that hug. In 2002 Way 3 CONC ne and I went down to visit her at "Forest Haven" for a fe 3 CONC w days. We asked where she would like to go and right of 3 CONC f the bat she said, the "Getty Museum". We were there al 3 CONC l day, and if Wayne and I hadn't stopped to rest off and o 3 CONC n, she would have just kept going and going. We had dinne 3 CONC r at a wonderful restaurant on site, while we watched a bea 3 CONC utiful sunset slipping into the ocean. Before we had to he 3 CONC ad back home the next day, she insisted on fixing us breakf 3 CONC ast, pancakes of course, which made her so happy (and our t 3 CONC ummies too)! In April 2003 Laurie and I, along with Kai an 3 CONC d Brandon, Laurie's two children, drove down to visit fo 3 CONC r a few days. We brought her to our hotel each day, went o 3 CONC ut to dinner, or lunch and just had wonderful visits. Sh 3 CONC e could not wait to get away for the day and was always rea 3 CONC dy and waiting the next day for us to pick her up. We hate 3 CONC d to say goodbye that is for sure, but we all went home wit 3 CONC h more beautiful memories. Sherry and her family were dow 3 CONC n visiting Disneyland that same year, and on the way home t 3 CONC hey stopped off to visit with Aunt Sibyl. They took her ou 3 CONC t to dinner along with a good visit, adding a special memor 3 CONC y for Sherry and her two children Kyle and Sarah. The las 3 CONC t time I was able to speak with Aunt Sibyl was in November 3 CONC , when I called to tell her we were about ready for our Bi 3 CONC g move to Ohio. Our phone visit was short because she wa 3 CONC s getting very tired. So, I told her we loved her very muc 3 CONC h and of course, with her sweet soft voice said, how much s 3 CONC he loved us. We will miss her so very much, her letters, ca 3 CONC rds, phone visits and hugs more than anyone will every know 3 CONC . She left a love in all our hearts that will be there fo 3 CONC r ever, a very special, aunt, mom, grandma, great grandma a 3 CONC nd friend. As my daughter Laurie told her daughter Kai, an 3 CONC other angel has been added in Heaven. lots of love, Dian 3 CONC a, Wayne and family!! 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her niece Shirley Lowe 2 NOTE As a young person Aunt Sibyl was always there for me to tal 3 CONC k to and to just enjoy and over the years she was just a re 3 CONC al joy in my life. I just always loved being around her a 3 CONC s she always showed love and she had the greatest smile an 3 CONC d laugh. My most recent memories of her though were the tim 3 CONC es she came to visit us and would stay with my Mom and the 3 CONC n we would spend the day together. She loved the ferry rid 3 CONC e out of Southport, N.C. across the river to Ft Fisher. W 3 CONC e took her to a show in Myrtle Beach twice and it was a jo 3 CONC y to see her and Mom having such a wonderful time together 3 CONC . They shared a lot of child hood memories together. She ju 3 CONC st had a way with Mom and with people that not many peopl 3 CONC e have. She and I had a lot of time on the telephone and sh 3 CONC ared memories together. I remember also the time that we to 3 CONC ok Mom to Florida when she was living there. We had rente 3 CONC d separate rooms so that they could spend some time togethe 3 CONC r and I know that they had a wonderful time. The time tha 3 CONC t we went out to California to visit we spent the whole da 3 CONC y together and it was really hard for the both of us to sa 3 CONC y good bye and it was the first time that I had ever seen t 3 CONC ears in her eyes. I will always have a special place in m 3 CONC y heart for her for she was very special to me as she wa 3 CONC s to all of us and all who knew her. 3 CONT 3 CONT Lots of Love 3 CONT Shirley, John and Family 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her ex son-in-law Bruce Osterberg 2 NOTE Mom was always a giving person, of things, of love, of warm 3 CONC th, but her most precious gift was of herself to us. 3 CONT Bruce and Teri 2 OBJE 3 FORM jpg 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\Bruce, Teri and Sibyl Oct 2002.jpg 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Her daughter Darlene 2 NOTE Dear Jess, Jason, Diana and Shirley, 3 CONT 3 CONT I just want to thank all of you for sending your memories 3 CONC , thoughts and love for our Mama. 3 CONT 3 CONT It's very special to read how much she was loved and apprec 3 CONC iated. She had little to give but herself and she gave i 3 CONC t freely. I do not believe I have known a more giving pers 3 CONC on than she. On our shopping trips together, she would s 3 CONC tand in the card shop and read every card until it said jus 3 CONC t the right thing. She was good at picking out the perfec 3 CONC t card. After getting it home she would put in a dollar an 3 CONC d a pound of her love and send it off. This made her ver 3 CONC y happy. 3 CONT 3 CONT Thank you again for your beautiful thoughts that you took t 3 CONC he time express. 3 CONT 3 CONT Love Darlene and Roy 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Letter to Mama's Friends 2 NOTE Sibyl “Charity” Walsh - October 16, 1919 - Apr 3 CONC il 4, 2005 3 CONT 3 CONT 3 CONT Dear friends of Sibyl Walsh, 3 CONT 3 CONT This letter is to let you know, my Mama, after being so sic 3 CONC k and in and out of the hospital the last 14 months , has g 3 CONC one to be with her Lord. 3 CONT 3 CONT In February of last year she became very ill and was hospit 3 CONC alized for over a month. She did recover enough to enjoy h 3 CONC er family and a few friends at the four day reunion at Acto 3 CONC n, California last June. 3 CONT 3 CONT In August of last year we almost lost her. She was put o 3 CONC n a respirator and put into induced comma for over two week 3 CONC s. One problem was mold in her lungs. She remained in th 3 CONC e hospital over six weeks, this time not bouncing back quit 3 CONC e as well. 3 CONT 3 CONT Jess, my oldest son and his family were able to drive u 3 CONC p from Poway, California so that we could celebrate her 85 3 CONC th birthday. The big party in Poway had to be cancelled a 3 CONC s she was too sick to travel. The picture is of her on he 3 CONC r 84th birthday party held at friends, Bruce and Teri's hom 3 CONC e in Escondido California. 3 CONT 3 CONT As the year came to a close, she became weaker, finally fa 3 CONC lling and breaking her arm in several spots and her hip 3 CONC . She was sent to the hospital again. Other than a week b 3 CONC ack home, she remained hospitalized three months until Apr 3 CONC il 4, 2005. Her heart gave out, worn out trying to keep he 3 CONC r body running, which now was being consumed with infection 3 CONC s. She was able tell each of us kids, Danny, Kathleen an 3 CONC d me, she loved us before she passed. She finally fell in 3 CONC to an everlasting sleep allowing her spirit to make the jou 3 CONC rney to be with her Lord, family and friends that have mad 3 CONC e the journey before her. At last, her suffering is ove 3 CONC r and she is at peace. 3 CONT 3 CONT You may or may not know that my husband Roy and I are retir 3 CONC ed and live in a motor home. Because of his true understan 3 CONC ding, we spent a lot of the last 14 months in the LA area s 3 CONC o that I could be with Mama. I'm very lucky to have him! 3 CONT 3 CONT Darlene Grace Leggitt, Mama's oldest daughter 2 OBJE 3 FORM JPG 3 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\Mama Cropped-2.JPG 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Daughter Darlene's letter to her family 2 NOTE Thank you all for your support these past 14 months. I lov 3 CONC e you all so very much. I am so blessed that I was abl 3 CONC e to be with her as much as I was...thanks to my very under 3 CONC standing and loving husband. Think I'll keep him! 3 CONT 3 CONT Mama, even tho she was just a little person, was a very str 3 CONC ong lady and she gave it the good fight. Even tho she wa 3 CONC s so tired and feeling badly, she managed to bring up a smi 3 CONC le and an "I love you" many of the days. 3 CONT 3 CONT My comfort is that I know she had the strong belief in he 3 CONC r Lord and that she would be with him and her family that h 3 CONC ad made the journey before her. She told me once that the 3 CONC y (Her Mother, Dad, Arlone, Eileen and Kenny and her belove 3 CONC d Bob) were waiting for her in Heaven. She almost seemed a 3 CONC nxious to be with them. 3 CONT 3 CONT Her Doctor told me she went very peacefully. Her heart jus 3 CONC t got very tired trying to fight to keep her body working a 3 CONC s her body tried to fight off all of the infections that we 3 CONC re consuming her. Her heart just stopped beating and her bo 3 CONC dy fell into an everlasting sleep allowing her spirit to ra 3 CONC ise up into Heaven. 3 CONT 3 CONT She had told me on several occasions that she dreamed she h 3 CONC ad passed and was on her way up when she would awake. 3 CONT 3 CONT Well, my dear family, I love you all so and at this time, t 3 CONC hat has a very special meaning. To love and feel loved i 3 CONC s the greatest feeling in the world. Mama knew she was lov 3 CONC ed and no one could love more than she. Her eyes, as she l 3 CONC ooked and smiled at you, said it all. Also that wink she w 3 CONC ould give you made you feel very special. She gave a coupl 3 CONC e to Danny when she saw him last. 3 CONT 3 CONT Well as usual, my short note has turned into a book. Than 3 CONC k you for letting me share. I, as I'm sure all of us, wil 3 CONC l really miss her. 3 CONT 3 CONT Love Darlene and Roy 2 OBJE 3 FORM bmp 3 FILE Sibyl with Darlene.bmp 3 _SCBK Y 3 _PRIM Y 3 _TYPE PHOTO 1 _UID 4DCE80B322C047BEA9D19DEE21665770886C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 5 Jul 2008 3 TIME 08:30 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Sibyl Dec 1999.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\Mama Cropped-2.JPG 2 TITL Mama on her 84th birthday 2 _DATE 16 Oct 2003 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\Sibyl Milholland's Birth Certificate.jpg 2 TITL Sibyl Milholland's Birth Certificate 2 _DATE 16 Oct 1919 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Milholland\Sibyl's and Bob Walsh's Marriage Certificate.jpg 2 TITL Sibyl and Bob Walsh's Marriage Certificate 2 _DATE 31 May 1973 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Hazel 80 years old 2002.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F3@ 1 NOTE @NI10847@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI10847@ NOTE 1 CONC See events: 0 @I10884@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hale/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1677-1678 2 PLAC Of Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Feb 1718 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Feb 1718 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 229D-5M 1 _UID 459B2D7157DA4990BAA7DD0D6A57537B6292 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4016@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10885@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Hale/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1679 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1700 2 PLAC Rhode Island 1 AFN 229D-RQ 1 _UID CFA3C266E3FE4B35BC308D76E71000503188 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4017@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10886@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Hale/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Dec 1681 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1718 1 BURI 2 DATE Feb 1718 1 AFN 229D-SW 1 _UID 18C86F2289B044DB9600DC2FC2694A4E2D43 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4018@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10887@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Hale (Haile)/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Hale (Haile) 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Jul 1685 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 Sep 1756 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Sep 1756 1 AFN 229D-T3 1 _UID 2A6C9EDE04F64B2C95A64EA6AFDF7CB87467 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4019@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10888@ INDI 1 NAME Barnard /Hale/ 2 GIVN Barnard 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1687 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 Apr 1754 1 BURI 2 DATE Apr 1754 1 AFN 229D-V8 1 _UID FC1AF3766F504C68B803652AD6733646013A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4020@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10890@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Hale/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 May 1690 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 May 1771 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 DATE Jun 1771 1 AFN 229D-WF 1 _UID 6144D31AA5B644F0A9E5401CF3501993FAA6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4021@ 1 FAMS @F4022@ 1 FAMS @F4023@ 1 FAMS @F4024@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10891@ INDI 1 NAME Rose /Hale/ 2 GIVN Rose 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 30 May 1692 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Mar 1748 1 BURI 2 DATE Mar 1748 1 AFN 229D-XL 1 _UID FA855E24D15F43B4AB96A2EBF7A753644BE6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4025@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I10892@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Aug 1648 2 PLAC , Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Mar 1717 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Mar 1717 1 AFN 229F-89 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID 16BA62CA6F424BF0B5C8EC24E3BE00677DD5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4027@ 1 FAMS @F4028@ 1 FAMS @F4029@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 1 NOTE @NI10892@ 0 @NI10892@ NOTE 1 CONC Savage said: SAMUEL. Rehoboth, married 12 Nov. 1673, Mar 1 CONC y Thurber, who died 4 Oct. following when daughter Mary wa 1 CONC s born and he married 26 May 1675, Thankful Ropuse, had Tha 1 CONC nkful, b. 1681. 0 @I10893@ INDI 1 NAME Mehitable /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Mehitable 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Apr 1655 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 229F-BM 1 _UID 1F488C61676341528CBC1399A03FD12E833E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4031@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10894@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Aug 1657 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 229F-CS 1 _UID B1F1FA4A381F48239CF4EC518B9B5C52494D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4032@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10895@ INDI 1 NAME Hopestill /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Hopestill 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Dec 1659 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 229F-D0 1 _UID 3BB0067C0DED4AACAA07A3C9BB6D51EBDE5B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4033@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10897@ INDI 1 NAME Israel /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Israel 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1661 2 PLAC , Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN LSND-4N 1 _UID 8561F686653E47EA9B158E65FA0496D23F51 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10898@ INDI 1 NAME Marcy /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Marcy 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Mar 1662 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Mar 1662 1 AFN 127X-W7T 1 _UID 4CD64F2A7C2E4346865E7FF32F82F7C8940F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10899@ INDI 1 NAME John /Bullock/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 May 1664 2 PLAC , Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Jul 1761 2 PLAC , New Hanover, Burlington, New Jersey 1 AFN CRMK-TK 1 _UID BA701EB1925045B9A7AD4A4E8775BD26A49C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4035@ 1 FAMS @F4036@ 1 FAMS @F4037@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10900@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Mar 1667 2 PLAC , Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN LSND-76 1 _UID A7514ED78F254F69AFA088148D3FD7253CA0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4038@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I10901@ INDI 1 NAME John /Hale/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1553 2 PLAC Hexton, Herts, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 2 Apr 1596 2 PLAC Will Proved 1 AFN MWR4-TQ 1 _UID 5F498C1B16FB4BB0A659E64F9CFF688A1C82 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4040@ 1 FAMC @F4249@ 1 NOTE @NI10901@ 0 @NI10901@ NOTE 1 CONC In 1998 Cheri Branca, thecrow@eznet.net, pointed out that b 1 CONC ased on John's date of birth, his mother was probably his f 1 CONC ather's first wife Mary Lambert, not his second wife Dionys 1 CONC ia GIFFARD as listed in the LDS Ancestral File Reference MW 1 CONC R4-TQ. 0 @I10903@ INDI 1 NAME Child /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Child 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1624 2 PLAC , , Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Child 1 AFN NPR1-MW 1 _UID 6A9B31F949744FC1A889A1D277563D48F2CE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4251@ 0 @I10904@ INDI 1 NAME /Bullock/ 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1624 2 PLAC , , Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Child 1 AFN 16W0-61G 1 _UID DBCA2CEDC2E7408588F9F33F5DBDA2BC57D0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4251@ 0 @I10905@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1624 2 PLAC Frating, Essex, , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1H27-XB4 1 _UID 7632FA029917498A975EEF073202BDF1F431 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4041@ 1 FAMC @F4251@ 0 @I10906@ INDI 1 NAME Son /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Son 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1624 2 PLAC Gt.Wighborough, Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1624 2 PLAC Great Wighorough, Essex, England 1 AFN 8JGD-5B 1 _UID 18252308F4734F95B002624687531663608D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4251@ 0 @I10907@ INDI 1 NAME William /Turner/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Apr 1713 2 PLAC , Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VJC 1 _UID 12430606A4F44537A3CA5E2A7657D41F2AC4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4247@ 0 @I10909@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /Turner/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Sep 1717 2 PLAC , Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Sep 1723 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 1004-VLR 1 _UID 4D8CCB08756048BC8D07F6347AB42D58F6A5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4247@ 1 NOTE @NI10909@ 0 @NI10909@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lieth Nathaniel Son of William and Patience Turner die 1 CONC d Sept ye 15th 1723 aged 6 Years. 0 @I10910@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Turner/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1719 2 PLAC , Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Sep 1728 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 1004-VM0 1 _UID 4B62E2EAD58746709AEB908B7871754BD4DD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4247@ 0 @I10911@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Turner/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1721 2 PLAC , Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VN6 1 _UID EBCF1905D988408AA121F7A5ED26FF46B92A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4045@ 1 FAMC @F4247@ 0 @I10912@ INDI 1 NAME Hale /Turner/ 2 GIVN Hale 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1723 2 PLAC , Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VPD 1 _UID CE8B292EA19E46308CEF897BE2A1ACB5C859 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4247@ 0 @I10913@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Turner/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Sep 1682 2 PLAC , Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 1736 1 AFN 1004-V69 1 _UID 1F3EC6D2DE3A4001B2A127D46B90E3910B37 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4046@ 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10914@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Turner/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1685 2 PLAC Of, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-V8P 1 _UID 01A60C99D386427C8FD1E0B39A9476EAE4B5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10915@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua /Turner/ 2 GIVN Joshua 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Jul 1689 2 PLAC , Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-V9W 1 _UID 337F060C50284701BBFBE4E004549116FD89 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4047@ 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10916@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Turner/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Aug 1691 2 PLAC , Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VB4 1 _UID 589C87E998754C3882643B459AFF253D5665 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10918@ INDI 1 NAME David /Turner/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Oct 1693 2 PLAC , Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VCB 1 _UID C567595639D94690AF9942AC87D480DCB063 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10919@ INDI 1 NAME David /Turner/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 May 1695 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1757 1 AFN ZXR2-P6 1 _UID EA5CF58E646942A69762844C694DB514C640 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4049@ 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10920@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Turner/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Apr 1696 2 PLAC , Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VDJ 1 _UID CA710878EBED4C37B39E90970ECB635923D6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10921@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Turner/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Jun 1704 2 PLAC , Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VFQ 1 _UID B2C5FA60952647049D131500A31630FA7FD2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I10922@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Turner/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 CHR 2 DATE 10 Nov 1644 2 PLAC , Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VVF 1 _UID C5654AA204864EC19D5411F3595E5148F409 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10923@ INDI 1 NAME William /Turner/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1649 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-W8V 1 _UID 6F12B6AD274A47D2BFA346D2149EAD89D01D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4052@ 1 FAMS @F4053@ 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10924@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua /Turner/ 2 GIVN Joshua 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1655 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1669 1 AFN 1004-VZ2 1 _UID 353706606B474DD584D59B0C856D8C5B7FEC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10925@ INDI 1 NAME Josiah /Turner/ 2 GIVN Josiah 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1662 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WHB 1 _UID 4BDA9C8ED2B84937BE5EC0477110913BC973 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4054@ 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10927@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Turner/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1664 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-W1F 1 _UID F7819E1A8EFE40219A072F3C9470A429FA88 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10928@ INDI 1 NAME Prudence /Turner/ 2 GIVN Prudence 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Oct 1665 2 PLAC , Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-W2M 1 _UID 9730FDBA19624062A8692A1EBA50A254F4FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10929@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Turner/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1667 2 PLAC Of, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WM5 1 _UID 11424A4F9182484BA1E2D1C506A82E038A36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4056@ 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I10931@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah /Tillinghast/ 2 GIVN Hannah 2 SURN Tillinghast 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 229D-6S 1 _UID F4B9860844044EDDB43548147CC61A5AA9F7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4016@ 0 @I10932@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Power/ 2 GIVN Nicholas 2 SURN Power 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX3-WG 1 _UID CB12E39519964981A2E189CE7FF4EFBBC59E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4017@ 0 @I10933@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Mason/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Mason 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX3-XM 1 _UID 5A4B9B5AAA14490DA14EEBC570F52C7F5D2F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4018@ 0 @I10934@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan /Hill/ 2 GIVN Jonathan 2 SURN Hill 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX3-ZS 1 _UID 7B514A0DF98E4B27AB6F1A4BA88AABE55D24 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4019@ 0 @I10937@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Slade/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Slade 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-0X 1 _UID 598AE8BA1C594ADA975309944945CF1C1E3D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4020@ 0 @I10938@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Carr/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Carr 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-14 1 _UID 7269820B36654F8098984E58BCB681DF7ACE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4021@ 0 @I10939@ INDI 1 NAME Josias /Byles/ 2 GIVN Josias 2 SURN Byles 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-4M 1 _UID 5FCCA102F30F458B87AD0A30BCA05F763F8D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4022@ 0 @I10940@ INDI 1 NAME Jonathan /Wilson/ 2 GIVN Jonathan 2 SURN Wilson 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-29 1 _UID 8C0E8C1D9C5647A4A646282D023CD672E704 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4023@ 0 @I10942@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Little/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Little 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-3G 1 _UID 7ABEB82525FB45849D71B1A9D382AF72DCA2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4024@ 0 @I10943@ INDI 1 NAME James /Mason/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Mason 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-5S 1 _UID 408D382AB98D4F84A465FB0C335DE76130FD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4025@ 0 @I10944@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Billington/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Billington 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8JGH-0V 1 _UID 0076EE558B9146949C5EE7839391D887968F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4026@ 0 @I10945@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Barton/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 Sep 1761 2 PLAC Salisbury, CT USA 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Jul 1801 2 PLAC Waltham, VT USA 1 _UID C7C4D28A33B64A849C83AD33D8D32847B71A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F39@ 1 FAMC @F35@ 1 NOTE @NI10945@ 0 @NI10945@ NOTE 1 CONC According to David White: 1 CONT 1 CONT Andrew Barton, Jr. Esq. 1 CONT 1 CONT Per "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer", Vol. 1, by A. M. He 1 CONC menway (1868): "The Town (of Waltham, VT) was organized Ma 1 CONC rch 30, 1797, at the house of Andrew Barton, Jr., Esq., th 1 CONC e first town clerk and treasurer." 0 @I10947@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Thurber/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Thurber 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 229H-X1 1 _UID 14AF46D9E1ED4B5DAF455ECA300E62162A8D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4027@ 0 @I10948@ INDI 1 NAME Thankful /Rouse/ 2 GIVN Thankful 2 SURN Rouse 2 NSFX [Reneff] 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8JG8-JN 1 _UID F0FDF5335E7F4C81B827180AC5D96A3E0672 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4028@ 0 @I10949@ INDI 1 NAME Thankful /Reneff/ 2 GIVN Thankful 2 SURN Reneff 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1D7W-4DG 1 _UID E86882FE4B8C491BBD79757E270F69D7AACC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4029@ 0 @I10950@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Eddy/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Eddy 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 3GZT-J8 1 _UID CBAE8C45312B46E09036349F88B4E838C15D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4030@ 0 @I10951@ INDI 1 NAME John /West/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN West 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 137R-MW0 1 _UID 6FFBC8AF94C9493AAA34B657A8A4CE50161A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4031@ 0 @I10952@ INDI 1 NAME Obadiah (Obediah) /Bowen/ 2 GIVN Obadiah (Obediah) 2 SURN Bowen 2 NSFX [Ii] 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-L2 1 _UID F396FAD261104BB6B9EBD41324B22CDA2E44 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4032@ 0 @I10953@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua /Lombard/ 2 GIVN Joshua 2 SURN Lombard 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BKX4-M7 1 _UID 8823DA23A118419E9CF99EFCC37A04691926 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4033@ 0 @I10954@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Burns (Barnes)/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Burns (Barnes) 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8LBJ-F0 1 _UID 9A53193C78F544BB864C89592FB17B28E56D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4035@ 0 @I10955@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Perot/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Perot 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN CRMK-VQ 1 _UID E233FD253BD3452B9EE57279150D9C60412D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4036@ 0 @I10956@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Wright/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Wright 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN FGZG-ZB 1 _UID 85FEE3667C19427189C0961F39D65E1D9C20 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4037@ 0 @I10958@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Perot/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Perot 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 134C-K6B 1 _UID 898C43F4934F4452BE3E08EA75799AF42E70 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4038@ 0 @I10959@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Lambert/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Lambert 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 840M-R4 1 _UID FCFC327885A145CCAA314CE4A72975567F97 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4039@ 1 NOTE @NI10959@ 0 @NI10959@ NOTE 1 CONC Also AFN:XZGV-9J. 0 @I10961@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Crawley/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Crawley 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MWR4-90 1 _UID AA280169798544F095178EF70FFFCC46BF5D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4040@ 0 @I10962@ INDI 1 NAME Hezekiah /Child/ 2 GIVN Hezekiah 2 SURN Child 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of Barrington, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID AEA14A252E5C4C2DA59CE5E34BCA68AAF122 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4060@ 0 @I10963@ INDI 1 NAME Stuckley /Barton/ 2 GIVN Stuckley 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1744 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Jan 1813 2 PLAC New Lisbon, Ostego, New York 1 _UID 2010A6D7DBB3496F96A79C55C972DBFF3666 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 1 NOTE @NI10963@ 0 @NI10963@ NOTE 1 CONC From: Terry Barton 1 CONT Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 03:55:36 -0700 (PDT) 1 CONT 1 CONT Stukely Barton, b 1744, Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, d Ja 1 CONC n 1813 in New 1 CONT Lisbon, Ostego, NY m Alse Holden, b Oct 1741 in Rhode Islan 1 CONC d, m 1770 in 1 CONT Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, d Dec 3 1833 in New Lisbon. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Rootsweb WorldConnect project has the following: 1 CONT Last updated Wed Oct 24 05:18:35 2001 Contact: Carolyn Winc 1 CONC h Home Page: winc 1 CONC h homepage 1 CONT ID: I19886 Name: Stukely BARTON Sex: M Birth: 1744 in Warwi 1 CONC ck, Kent, Rhode Island Death: Jan 1813 in New Lisbon, Otseg 1 CONC o County, New York Note: 1 CONT He served in the Revolution as private in Captain Squire Mi 1 CONC llard's Co., Colonel Waterman's Regt. of Rhode Island milit 1 CONC ia, from December 4, 1776 to January 9, 1777; July to Octob 1 CONC er, 1781, was paid for his services by town of Warwick, whe 1 CONC re he then dwelled. He moved to a farm tract in the town o 1 CONC f Lisbon in Otsego County, New York. 1 CONT source: Westcott History by J. Russell Bullock 0 @I10964@ INDI 1 NAME Jon Or Jan /Barber/ 2 GIVN Jon Or Jan 2 SURN Barber 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1H27-X8P 1 _UID D974DB39B523428EA0B5FF5E57AC416665D5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4041@ 0 @I10972@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Ingraham/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Ingraham 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1141-K71 1 _UID E6D47DE3D86640D9AC603915B051A4C4344A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4042@ 0 @I10973@ INDI 1 NAME Mrs-Thomas /Turner/ 2 GIVN Mrs-Thomas 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-V3N 1 _UID 62285B4750324555BA12F92EE6DE32EC1D2E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4046@ 0 @I10974@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Turner/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 16JG-V0H 1 _UID 4EE35FCF10724C9B94D8A2A4B2830FF8B6E2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4047@ 0 @I10975@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Howard/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Howard 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MKZC-R9 1 _UID 000E7B41320B4D44B1DFE52491BF7729215B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4049@ 0 @I10976@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Mrs /Pratt/ 2 GIVN Mary Mrs 2 SURN Pratt 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WX1 1 _UID 123402722F8845919560538A734B031DF7A5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4050@ 0 @I10977@ INDI 1 NAME Mary Mrs /Alsop/ 2 GIVN Mary Mrs 2 SURN Alsop 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WS6 1 _UID 445F2AB823554BBEA411F9638C84954B07E9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4051@ 0 @I10978@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth Mrs /Turner/ 2 GIVN Ruth Mrs 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-W58 1 _UID 30E9D71EB2C8495BAF09D542CE9C694E1C17 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4052@ 0 @I10980@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah (Jackson) /Jacklin/ 2 GIVN Hannah (Jackson) 2 SURN Jacklin 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-W93 1 _UID 132D385DDDA24FEDBE32A6868CB167095943 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4053@ 0 @I10981@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah Mrs /Turner/ 2 GIVN Hannah Mrs 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WJJ 1 _UID AAF3CE24D3B54AE696C957D09A2EF90795CE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4054@ 0 @I10982@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Wyman/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Wyman 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WNC 1 _UID 5B85B4A472F346D9B5B46FAEE1B9D691434D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4056@ 0 @I10983@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Oct 1745 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8E528EE00533466FBE77EF3C453FCB9F89DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4062@ 1 FAMC @F4240@ 1 NOTE @NI10983@ 0 @NI10983@ NOTE 1 CONC The IGI indicates the mother's name as Lillie Turner. 0 @I10988@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Power/ 2 GIVN Nicholas 2 SURN Power 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Dec 1675 1 _UID D24D92A29F3147A8AC6D3685942C2FC69B46 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4063@ 0 @I10990@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Low/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Low 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 812A39C0E33240BCB31EF5146F213AC31C2C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4066@ 1 FAMC @F4262@ 0 @I10991@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Low/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Low 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1540CF4CAC1D4924BA9EA0968348DF9D7BBA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4262@ 0 @I10992@ INDI 1 NAME Simon /Davis/ 2 GIVN Simon 2 SURN Davis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1660 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 Sep 1736 1 _UID BB4EC4B819454488A003E9EB9A17F819E8BD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4066@ 0 @I10993@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Low/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Low 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1718 1 _UID 248B3E17D2564B7586664C2F047AD30AAE64 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4067@ 1 FAMS @F3976@ 1 FAMC @F4262@ 0 @I10994@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Williams/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Williams 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Feb 1642 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 May 1712 1 _UID 0B5997F44B7543758EAE220CA6BF14499353 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4064@ 0 @I10996@ INDI 1 NAME Ann // 2 GIVN Ann 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B395F4EDD8B048629A8785E2002F85E178BF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4067@ 0 @I10997@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Robinson/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Robinson 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1675 2 PLAC Of Kingston, , , Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1760 1 AFN 8Q4B-8X 1 _UID FDF9F66114B04F86B1DEB63C633E219CC542 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3975@ 0 @I10998@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Low/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Low 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2D3CA29FB78A4C94918064845D04B40AE3D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4068@ 1 FAMC @F4257@ 0 @I10999@ INDI 1 NAME Ephraim /Pierce/ 2 GIVN Ephraim 2 SURN Pierce 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9028BA60E39245FCBD2E3C4FF57E0C56D3B5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4068@ 0 @I11001@ INDI 1 NAME Frances /Low/ 2 GIVN Frances 2 SURN Low 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1695 1 _UID 685EE537A7654976BE5F4550D73D7BC6B404 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4257@ 0 @I11002@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Barton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 _UID A1CD8C38708F4BEEB527438F7945D695414E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4070@ 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11003@ INDI 1 NAME John /Weathers/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Weathers 1 SEX M 1 _UID 3D4E709B09B148D19D18F74C1373B17C14EA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4070@ 0 @I11004@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Barton/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 _UID BCE4A262B07D42CF8BCFFEA8F252EB2F406C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11005@ INDI 1 NAME Josefa Haydee /Chavez/ 2 GIVN Josefa Haydee 2 SURN Chavez 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 May 1959 2 PLAC San Salvador, El Salvador 1 _UID 280C45630EDA492197FA173E51D71DC0191B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 22 Aug 2007 3 TIME 02:28 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Haydee & Danny Osborne abt 1998.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Haydee Osborne 2007.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F110@ 1 NOTE @NI11005@ 0 @NI11005@ NOTE 1 CONC Haydee moved to the United States because of trouble in E 1 CONC l Salvador. Three of her brothers were murdered (killed of 1 CONC f duty - they were in the army.) She moved to Hollywood, Ca 1 CONC lifornia in December 1984 and moved to Fresno in December 1 1 CONC 990. 1 CONT 1 CONT Haydee works as an environmental service supervisor. 0 @I11006@ INDI 1 NAME Elisha /Turner/ 2 GIVN Elisha 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1727 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Sep 1728 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 75D23A89E28641499ED1FBC39AAE35D3793B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4247@ 1 NOTE @NI11006@ 0 @NI11006@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lieth Elisha son of William and Patience Turner died S 1 CONC epr ye 5th 1728 in ye 18th Mo of his age. 0 @I11007@ INDI 1 NAME John /Gorton/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1632 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 Feb 1714 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 AFN 9WCH-VT 1 _UID EEC998233D4B43D7B7B82FEB5116F6FCF6DF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4071@ 1 FAMS @F4072@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11009@ INDI 1 NAME Maher /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Maher 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1638 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Nov 1692 1 AFN HBSX-H4 1 _UID 64CEDFACF7324DD6B4BC57B5E3E02F027965 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4073@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11011@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Nov 1641 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1704 2 PLAC , , Rhode Island 1 AFN B08N-5R 1 _UID 5625F91E81504D6C97A5B04126CB043876D2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4075@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11013@ INDI 1 NAME Mahershallal Hashbaz /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Mahershallal Hashbaz 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1642 2 PLAC Of, Near Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN GXK8-K6 1 _UID 78582C392C88411A9A77897608EA69A4533A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4076@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11015@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Oct 1643 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1687-1688 2 PLAC East Greenwich, Washington, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 DATE 1731 2 PLAC , , Rhode Island 1 AFN 9WCH-TN 1 _UID B0F318297BD94C7C988AB998A9BE6F8AD327 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4077@ 1 FAMS @F4078@ 1 FAMS @F4079@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11016@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1643-1644 2 PLAC Aquidneck Island, Newport, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCH-ZC 1 _UID 016CF1A9BAD240E69BD827F390879E49443E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4080@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11017@ INDI 1 NAME Elnathan /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Elnathan 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Jul 1643 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN P268-H5 1 _UID 668DF06E4A5F4C41BAFF2B4F639ABFC73D1C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11018@ INDI 1 NAME Ann /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Ann 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 Jun 1644 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCJ-0H 1 _UID D1FCF3288C4E4036B111A3FBF8854469C28E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4081@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11019@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1650 2 PLAC Aquidneck Island, Newport, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 Dec 1696 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 AFN 9WCH-X6 1 _UID BA343A992C0E4938B3CA962B67D25566AEB4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4082@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 0 @I11022@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 CHR 2 DATE 16 Feb 1582 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCN-4Q 1 _UID 60BF8459C5AA49EBBD14B673F896FCC9ECEF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11023@ INDI 1 NAME Katherine /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Katherine 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1583-1584 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Oct 1584 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1639 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 AFN 9WCN-5W 1 _UID 663D0A48626049BB8CF7065DCE92485EA73E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4084@ 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11024@ INDI 1 NAME Infant /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Infant 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1586 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1586 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Apr 1586 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancaster, England 1 BURI 2 DATE 10 Apr 1586 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, England 1 AFN 9LSV-KJ 1 _UID E086470E5A36439CAC80BE4832A68B4C0BEE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11025@ INDI 1 NAME William /Gorton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1587 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 30 Apr 1587 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1587 2 PLAC , , , England 1 AFN 9WCN-78 1 _UID 64F64797AEAA4398B7CA4E99E049BB2AE1AD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11026@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Francis 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1590-1591 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 18 Dec 1591 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 Apr 1592 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 BURI 2 DATE 16 Apr 1592 2 PLAC , , , England 1 AFN 9LSV-N2 1 _UID 45622BF649594D6CB6260BE767DCD3D5DC1D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11027@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1595 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1595 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN P1LZ-KK 1 _UID F736C37528C54486A99FF61A257D75139ED9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4086@ 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11028@ INDI 1 NAME Edward (Or Edmund) /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Edward (Or Edmund) 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1597 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE Abt 1597 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, England, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1636 1 AFN 8Q4G-HP 1 _UID 8A27DFD582B44924AF4F1173FDF54B30F7BD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4087@ 1 FAMS @F4088@ 1 FAMC @F4259@ 0 @I11037@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Miller/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 _UID CF57212DC022454DA159C572DC9BC72A8145 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4062@ 1 NOTE @NI11037@ 0 @NI11037@ NOTE 1 CONC BARTON-L Archives 1 CONT From: Kenneth Johnson 1 CONT Subject: [BARTON-L] Barton/Miller 1 CONT Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 18:41:25 -0500 1 CONT MILLER/BARTON 1 CONT 1) Elizabeth MILLER m. 4/25/1779 to William Barton, b. ?, d 1 CONC . 8/15/1809. 1 CONT William also m. Ruth Thomas. 1 CONT 1 CONT 2) Elizabeth MILLER m. Benjamin Barton, b. 6/26/1741. 1 CONT 1 CONT I don't know if these Elizabeth's are the 1 CONT same person. William and Benjamin were cousins, having th 1 CONC e same grandparents. 1 CONT 1 CONT While I have the Barton Lineage, I would appreciate help wi 1 CONC th these Miller's. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ken Johnson 1 CONT 2400 86th Street, Suite 20 1 CONT Des Moines, IA 50322 1 CONT (515) 334-2600 0 @I11038@ INDI 1 NAME Lucy Ann /Jewett/ 2 GIVN Lucy Ann 2 SURN Jewett 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Jan 1804 2 PLAC Portsmouth, , New Hampshire 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Jul 1863 2 PLAC Washington, , District Of Columbia 1 SOUR @S51@ 1 _UID 8FBE8B596B8F42D7B73B54F775D9562F54D7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3394@ 0 @I11039@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Barton/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 19 Nov 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID EB2520B3153D405481EF9E56DBC33B181EF7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11040@ INDI 1 NAME Nicholas /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Nicholas 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1551 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancaster, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1652-NBQ 1 _UID 2E80A0B234324DBEA0F4AD4AF4CFF7E096A7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4094@ 1 FAMC @F4260@ 0 @I11041@ INDI 1 NAME William /Barton/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Mar 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DDD2D9C68DDC432FA661FB51DCCBC8D1BCDF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11043@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Apr 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D5F87C9E9541405FB11567D4321EE6AA3D85 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11044@ INDI 1 NAME John /Barton/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 _UID 71BB6EFB6B4A47F28CB045ED37907524514B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11045@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1555 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancaster, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MWSX-WH 1 _UID F9963663C5D64048829C00AA8F786B8F147A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4260@ 0 @I11046@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1556 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1130-4JD 1 _UID 6ECF17A4BDA740C5B96CAC5591F6AC8C4684 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4260@ 0 @I11047@ INDI 1 NAME James /Gorton/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1557 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancaster, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MWSX-XN 1 _UID 61E7FC492C354F8E94008EF75E695B898F3A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4260@ 0 @I11048@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1559 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancaster, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MWSX-ZT 1 _UID C7320781396B47619DEAF548469B37974023 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4260@ 0 @I12003@ INDI 1 NAME Nelson /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Nelson 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1796 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S227@ 1 _UID 7B6597DB0F224E42B791B53F3907C07ECDA3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4330@ 1 NOTE @NI12003@ 2 SOUR @S106@ 0 @NI12003@ NOTE 1 CONC See the notes for daughter Matilda for basis of Nelson bein 1 CONC g her father. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to the 1840 and 1850 census, Nelson and his famil 1 CONC y of four sons and five daughters moved from NY to MI somet 1 CONC ime between when his last son Henry was born in 1837 in N 1 CONC Y and the 1840 MI census where they appear in Tekonsha Town 1 CONC ship. 1 CONT 1 CONT The History of Calhoun County 1877 page 151 indicates "Amon 1 CONC g the old settlers who came in 1836-37 were Deacon Nelson A 1 CONC ldrich, and Heman and John Ellis. The vicinity of Aldrich' 1 CONC s settlement is known as Aldrich's Corners." Aldrich's Corn 1 CONC ers is at the intersection of Sections 11, 12, 13. and 14. 1 CONT 1 CONT An early Tekonsha plat map indicates that N. Aldrich owne 1 CONC d 160 acres in the NE part of Section 14. Interestingly, 16 1 CONC 0 acres in the SE corner of Section 14 and another 160 acre 1 CONC s in the SW corner of Section 13 is owned by C. F. Aldrich 1 CONC . H. P. Aldrich owns 109 acres in the upper NW part of Sect 1 CONC ion 13. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1850 Tekonsha federal census listed Nelson's professio 1 CONC n as a farmer and his worth as $7500. In 1860 his real esta 1 CONC te was valued as $8000 and personal property as $1500. (Not 1 CONC e that in 1860, Nelson's son Charles lives adjacent and ha 1 CONC s real estate valued as $5000.) 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a Nelson Aldrich listed in the 1870 Federal Censu 1 CONC s for Tekonsha on page 821R. 0 @I12004@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Hooker/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Hooker 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1792 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6E2E7296841640C78CD57942BECA2E7B928D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4330@ 1 NOTE @NI12004@ 0 @NI12004@ NOTE 1 CONC Burial records for her son, Charles, identify her as Elizab 1 CONC eth Hooker. 0 @I12005@ INDI 1 NAME Daughter /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Daughter 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1810-1820 2 PLAC , Probably, New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 65B038093C8045F69FE6FDE59356674E52E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4330@ 0 @I12006@ INDI 1 NAME Charles /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Charles 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 May 1827 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 Apr 1899 2 CAUS TB 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Riverside Cemetary 1 SOUR @S227@ 1 _UID EAA533AA17244F26B6647CF5C05FAFF3684E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4424@ 1 FAMC @F4330@ 1 NOTE @NI12006@ 0 @NI12006@ NOTE 1 CONC Charles is listed in the 1860 Tekonsha federal census a 1 CONC s a farmer with real estate valued at $5000 and personal pr 1 CONC operty as $1000. 0 @I12007@ INDI 1 NAME Russell /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Russell 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1828 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DA97F46B8EFD481DB48C30093F51D3BB57AD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4330@ 0 @I12008@ INDI 1 NAME Marion /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Marion 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1830 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 986C911A2CC64EF091518E6BB5D46EE3945B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4330@ 0 @I12009@ INDI 1 NAME Catherine /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Catherine 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1832 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2933127625F74F319A56FB0EC416DA43704A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4330@ 0 @I12010@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1835 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5B566C1A737E41C1BAAEAD8B800705C0164B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4330@ 0 @I12011@ INDI 1 NAME Henry /Aldrich/ 2 GIVN Henry 2 SURN Aldrich 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1837 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 21BF495091884318B559667368F395A76B6D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4330@ 0 @I12012@ INDI 1 NAME Louisa Rachel /Failing/ 2 GIVN Louisa Rachel 2 SURN Failing 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Oct 1828 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 Apr 1892 2 PLAC Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Stomach cancer 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Riverside Cemetary 1 _UID 392DAD0F55764BF8917D653307C879CFEDA5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4424@ 1 NOTE @NI12012@ 0 @NI12012@ NOTE 1 CONC Tekonsha Cemeteries indicates Rachel was previously marrie 1 CONC d to C. P. Gilbert. 0 @I12015@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth Anna /Barnes/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth Anna 2 SURN Barnes 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1859 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 Dec 1942 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Riverside Cemetary 1 _UID 3F2EF839C5424EF0A4975FC268835252CE09 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4425@ 0 @I12016@ INDI 1 NAME Martha E. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Martha E. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Aug 1835 2 PLAC , , Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 Aug 1853 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 _UID 59B50A29762B46929C246A550A6B08FCB281 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F496@ 1 NOTE @NI12016@ 0 @NI12016@ NOTE 1 CONC From Emma Batchelder's notes: Cornelius married and father 1 CONC ed three children of whom Frank was one. I don't know wh 1 CONC o his wife was or whether she died but Cornelius later marr 1 CONC ied Matilda who bore him three children, Nelson, Mary, an 1 CONC d Charles. 1 CONT 1 CONT Tekonsha Cemeteries answers part of this question. Martha E 1 CONC . Osborn's tombstone indicates she died 1853 Aug 30 age 1 1 CONC 8 year 18 days, daughter of Cornelius and Deborah. 0 @I12017@ INDI 1 NAME Donald R. /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Donald R. 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 Apr 1891 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 _UID 501DD58661C04C258F8D44C3BF8455DDF201 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Donald R. Osborn.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMC @F1092@ 0 @I12018@ INDI 1 NAME Fannie // 2 GIVN Fannie 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1854 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Jul 1931 2 SOUR @S135@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 _UID 6E07024231F446D08CCE2D1B30040B986DA4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4427@ 0 @I12019@ INDI 1 NAME Julietta /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Julietta 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Jul 1867 2 PLAC Probably Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 25 Aug 1869 1 BURI 2 PLAC Tekonsha, Calhoun, Michigan, , Windfall Cemetary 1 _UID 0B6C1125E40B463CA87F4CAABCCDC7CF5A5B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F1266@ 0 @I12027@ INDI 1 NAME Elisabeth /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Elisabeth 2 SURN Osborn 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1825 1 DEAT 2 DATE Abt 1854 1 BURI 2 PLAC Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe, New York 1 _UID 851C307CB6174CB388EC90D3CB4420E0FFF3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4431@ 1 FAMC @F600@ 1 NOTE @NI12027@ 0 @NI12027@ NOTE 1 CONC To: royc@cts.com 1 CONT Subject: Osborn/Havill connection 1 CONT From: CharlBB@aol.com 1 CONT Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 19:29:20 EDT 1 CONT CC: wpachla@hotmail.com 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Darlene and Roy, 1 CONT 1 CONT I'm researching the HAVILL line (from Rochester, NY), plu 1 CONC s several other 1 CONT surnames. When a trail gets cold...I move on to someone el 1 CONC se. Today, I 1 CONT picked back up on HAVILL and found something I wasn't eve 1 CONC n looking for.... 1 CONT 1 CONT ...Thomas C(harles) Havill living with Cornelius Osborn (bo 1 CONC rn 1791) in 1 CONT Greece, NY in the 1860 Monroe Co., NY census. 1 CONT 1 CONT Through various searches, I came upon your website and BING 1 CONC O! You have a 1 CONT Thomas C. Havill (born 1854), grandson of Cornelius Osbor 1 CONC n (born 1791), who 1 CONT is also the grandson of OUR Dr. Thomas Havill (born 1805) a 1 CONC nd the son of 1 CONT Thomas C. Havill (born Aug. 17,1830) and Elisabeth Osborn ( 1 CONC b: 1825; d: July 1 CONT 25,1854). Elisabeth Osborn is the daughter of your Corneli 1 CONC us (1791) and 1 CONT Elizabeth "Bitsy/Betsy" (1784) Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT (To try to avoid too much confusion, we delineate the Thoma 1 CONC s's as "Dr. 1 CONT Thomas", born 1805; "Thomas C.", born 1830 and "Thomas Char 1 CONC les", born 1854 1 CONT (plus there are more throughout the generations.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Elisabeth Osborn (1825) married Thomas C. Havill (1830) o 1 CONC n May 24, 1853 in 1 CONT Greece, NY. She died at 29 yrs. old, 3 mos. after their so 1 CONC n Thomas Charles 1 CONT was born (April 10, 1854). She's buried in Mt. Hope Cemeter 1 CONC y in Rochester, NY 1 CONT (I have a photo of her tombstone). Her husband, Thomas C. H 1 CONC avill died in 1859 1 CONT and was survivied by a 5 yr. old son (Thomas Charles). Acco 1 CONC rding to your 1 CONT research (1855 census), it appears that Thomas Charles Havi 1 CONC ll went to live 1 CONT with his Osborn relatives when his mother died in 1854. Be 1 CONC low is the obit 1 CONT for Thomas C. Havill, born 1830: 1 CONT 1 CONT Death information source: Rochester Union-Advertiser, Jan 1 CONC . 3, 1859 (pg. 3, 1 CONT column 3). Researcher's notes are in parentheses. 1 CONT 1 CONT "Death of Thomas C. Havill. This young man, son of Dr. T 1 CONC . Havill, died this 1 CONT morning in Greece (NY). He has been ill for some months o 1 CONC f consumption, and 1 CONT his death was not unexpected to his friends. Mr. Havill wa 1 CONC s a printer by 1 CONT trade, having served his apprenticeship in the Democrat (De 1 CONC mocrat-Union 1 CONT newspaper) office. He was for a time foreman in the offic 1 CONC e of the Daily 1 CONT Union before his health became too much impaired to warren 1 CONC t following his 1 CONT avocation. Mr. Havill was 28 years old and was a widower 1 CONC , his wife having 1 CONT died some four years ago. He leaves one child, a son five 1 CONC s years old (this 1 CONT would be Thomas Charles Havill born 1854). Deceased was a y 1 CONC oung man of 1 CONT integrity and esteemed by his associates and acquaintances." 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1860 Monroe Co., NY census (pg. 321)shows the followin 1 CONC g living in Greece, 1 CONT NY: 1 CONT 1 CONT Osborn, Cornelius - 70 yrs - famer laborer 1 CONT Osborn, Bitsy - 76 yrs.(this would be Cornelius' wife Eliz 1 CONC abeth) 1 CONT Osborn, Ruben - 40 yrs. - farm laborer 1 CONT Osborn, Sarah - 30 yrs. - domestic (Ruben's wife) 1 CONT Osborn, Mary E. - 26 yrs. - farmer (she is shown as the pr 1 CONC operty owner) 1 CONT Havil (sic), Thos. C. - 6 yrs. 1 CONT Osborn, George L. - 3 yrs. (son of Ruben and Sarah, probabl 1 CONC y) 1 CONT Mager/Nager, John - 19 yrs. - farm laborer 1 CONT 1 CONT With your info and mine, it appears as though some, if no 1 CONC t all, of the 1 CONT children of Cornelius (b: 1791) are: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ruben/Reuben - b: 1820 1 CONT Robert - b: 1821 1 CONT Elisabeth - b: 1825 1 CONT Mary E. - b: 1834 1 CONT 1 CONT Below is the wedding announcement for Thomas C. Havill an 1 CONC d Elisabeth Osborn: 1 CONT 1 CONT ROCHESTER DAILY UNION – MAY 26, 1853 (P.2; COL. 6) In Greec 1 CONC e, on the 24th 1 CONT Inst. By Rev. James H.Shaw, D.D., MR. THOMAS C. HAVILL, pri 1 CONC nter of this city 1 CONT to MISS ELISABETH OSBORN of Greece. 1 CONT 1 CONT Their son, Thomas Charles Havill (born 1854; raised by Osbo 1 CONC rn family) married 1 CONT Rose Ellen Clary (born 1854). Their wedding announcement i 1 CONC s below: 1 CONT 1 CONT Source: Vital Records from the 1875 state census; Town o 1 CONC f Rose; Wayne 1 CONT County, NY 1 CONT 1 CONT "Charles T. Havill, 20, single and Rose E. Clary, 21, singl 1 CONC e; April 13 in 1 CONT Rose (NY) by a M.E. (Methodist Episcopal) clergyman." (Not 1 CONC e reversal of 1 CONT Thomas Charles' name). 1 CONT 1 CONT Thomas Charles and Rose Clary Havill had 11 children. I ha 1 CONC ve info for 4 1 CONT generations of descendents of theirs, which was compiled b 1 CONC y their great 1 CONT granddaughter Carol Deuel Sundeen, if you're interested. I 1 CONC 'm copying another 1 CONT great granddaughter, Wendy Pachla in Michigan, on this e-ma 1 CONC il to you. 1 CONT 1 CONT This is probably more info that you want, but thought I'd s 1 CONC end it, just in 1 CONT case. 1 CONT 1 CONT By the way, your website is VERY impressive. Can't wait t 1 CONC o print out the 1 CONT information and read it. And your RV adventures look lik 1 CONC e you're having a 1 CONT blast. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sorry for the lengthy e-mail on your cellular modem. Let m 1 CONC e know if you want 1 CONT any other information. 1 CONT 1 CONT Charlene Bordonaro 1 CONT in Nashville, TN 1 CONT Researching 1 CONT HAVILL/HALE/PARKER/DENNIS/BERRY/STOVER/JONES/BISHOP/KING/BO 1 CONC RDONARO/CATALINOTTO 1 CONT 1 CONT /MAULTSBY 1 CONT 1 CONT (NOTE TO WENDY: Check out Roy and Darlene Osborn Leggitt' 1 CONC s website and 1 CONT you'll see the Osborn/Havill connection with Cornelius Osbo 1 CONC rn, born 1791. 1 CONT Roy Leggitt's Real Home Page 0 @I12028@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas Charles /Havill/ 2 GIVN Thomas Charles 2 SURN Havill 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1859 1 _UID BDB1AC4B71D643EB9A5CDE0CEE95AD06F060 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4431@ 0 @I12029@ INDI 1 NAME /Ward/ 2 SURN Ward 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID A5053BF54BA24BCA827549768E9B224522A1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4128@ 0 @I11059@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1520 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 BURI 2 DATE 23 Jan 1588 1 AFN 9WCP-06 1 _UID 7C2B2B39887044109AAEAAD5A0EB9491CE9D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4098@ 1 FAMS @F4099@ 1 FAMC @F4261@ 0 @I11060@ INDI 1 NAME Freelove /Barton/ 2 GIVN Freelove 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 5 May 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D664EAA48F96405E9E7338081E96AF5695CB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F3979@ 0 @I11061@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah // 2 GIVN Hannah 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1680 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 May 1768 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID E5C31255DA1C4BFA90B87A9D13EB10C47B94 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4100@ 1 NOTE @NI11061@ 0 @NI11061@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mrs Hannah Cole late Wife of Deacon Benjamin C 1 CONC ole who died May 15th Dom 1768 In the 88th Year of her Age. 0 @I11062@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1697 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Apr 1738 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 71EC5E4A72F4402F9F68AB3D3CE1B4700A33 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4101@ 1 NOTE @NI11062@ 0 @NI11062@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mary Cole ye Wife of Joseph Cole Decd April 17 1 CONC th 1738 in ye 41st Year of her Age. 0 @I11063@ INDI 1 NAME Mary // 2 GIVN Mary 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1717 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 Apr 1799 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 63F9922070C947518B4020B40F59D5631E95 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4102@ 1 NOTE @NI11063@ 0 @NI11063@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mrs Mary Cole Widow of Deacon Benjamin Cole wh 1 CONC o died April 14th 1799 in the 82nd year of her Age. 0 @I11064@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 822892B722E84C0C9D26E26DA775F82AA527 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Jul 2007 3 TIME 18:12 1 FAMS @F4103@ 1 NOTE @NI11064@ 0 @NI11064@ NOTE 1 CONC Diary of Colonel Israel Angell: Commanding the Second Rhod 1 CONC e Island Regiment has a footnote that says: 1 CONT 1 CONT General Miller married his cousin, Rebekah Barton, daughte 1 CONC r of Samuel and Lillis (Turner) Barton, Jan. 8, 1764. She s 1 CONC urvived him several years, dying Aug. 21, 1817. By this mar 1 CONC riage there were two children: a son, Caleb, who died in ea 1 CONC rly youth and a daughter, Abigail, who married Charles Whea 1 CONC ton, of Province. 0 @I11065@ INDI 1 NAME Hannah // 2 GIVN Hannah 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2362446CB405470DB4CC7A15456E012126FE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4045@ 1 NOTE @NI11065@ 0 @NI11065@ NOTE 1 CONC The source of marriage is a Patience Daughter of Caleb & Ha 1 CONC nnah Turner who died in 1750 at age 2. 0 @I11066@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1692 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C1CE6815BFC948CA8B906A5A855E960F0D53 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11068@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1694 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 13627DA235A5415CA4144F4A8949F0405E6E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11069@ INDI 1 NAME Lydia /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Lydia 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1695 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID FC9DD7E1F5774B56B6D4E40AA811CDB713D9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11070@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1697 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 99707628F9294EC2A9E4D3599823FB539B2E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11071@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Weston/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Weston 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 18PV-FXC 1 _UID 5A38A6592EBF4CBABD38E114124B19987C6D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4071@ 0 @I11072@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Weedon Wheaton/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Weedon Wheaton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8Q4H-4X 1 _UID 4BB8D805217B4603B3E4D131D9502AA95A35 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4072@ 0 @I11073@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Coles/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Coles 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9722-4X 1 _UID 97382452034D4A58A922A63E8ECEBF84853D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4073@ 0 @I11074@ INDI 1 NAME John /Crandall/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Crandall 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1M01-CC 1 _UID CE2EC4C1E4134A61A29E1F67D3A70BD64431 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4075@ 0 @I11075@ INDI 1 NAME Daniel /Cole(S)/ 2 GIVN Daniel 2 SURN Cole(S) 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN N9DH-QD 1 _UID A97BD4C828E746D486DEC7D464BCF19992D1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4076@ 0 @I11076@ INDI 1 NAME John /Sanford/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Sanford 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8TGC-0X 1 _UID C258D9A7917843798066AE05AF36B1BB49E6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4077@ 0 @I11078@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Greene/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Greene 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 842W-GV 1 _UID B2C9FEAC97CD448590C0D4B4ECAAB3970AA6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4078@ 0 @I11079@ INDI 1 NAME Peter /Green/ 2 GIVN Peter 2 SURN Green 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 842W-H2 1 _UID 679239152230434FAEC03959E9BEE35E13FF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4079@ 0 @I11080@ INDI 1 NAME William /Mace/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Mace 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8Q4H-69 1 _UID AFDE9AC1ABE946A6B54918E539AE5817B929 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4080@ 0 @I11081@ INDI 1 NAME John /Warner/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Warner 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8Q4H-7G 1 _UID 95091626DDD943678FBF037A6BC791683095 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4081@ 0 @I11083@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Carder/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Carder 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 10ZG-35H 1 _UID 8F90DF10D67C4F64B065FF7F977619D39FD3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4082@ 0 @I11085@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1702 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9F5D6C204B304FDCBC4AF568A8A6CACC75EF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11086@ INDI 1 NAME Deborah /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Deborah 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1704 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 809739965A694CFA8DD7DBA8B5766B2793F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11087@ INDI 1 NAME William /Curtis/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1706 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID B0D4F42111E540D383A640D648E4AEA45F1B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11089@ INDI 1 NAME David /Curtis/ 2 GIVN David 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1708 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F3A9F4C940574C278D71FCE859416E3481DE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11090@ INDI 1 NAME Peleg /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Peleg 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1710 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 9245D53618BF44F5AC0360E1DBB4E67ED515 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11091@ INDI 1 NAME Benedict /Arnold/ 2 GIVN Benedict 2 SURN Arnold 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Dec 1615 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Jun 1678 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID 4F30FC6FA4114084B28356F6B96816AFCAA8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4106@ 1 FAMC @F4476@ 1 NOTE @NI11091@ 0 @NI11091@ NOTE 1 CONC According to Savage, this Benedict Arnold became the riches 1 CONC t man in the Massachusetts Colony. He is mentioned as Pres 1 CONC ident and Governor of the colony. 0 @I11092@ INDI 1 NAME Ralph /Shelmerdyne/ 2 GIVN Ralph 2 SURN Shelmerdyne 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCN-PN 1 _UID 5894DBEF38C24ED7AD3D1C0E5E8D93B51CD5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4084@ 0 @I11094@ INDI 1 NAME Alexander /Birche/ 2 GIVN Alexander 2 SURN Birche 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN S6Z9-1M 1 _UID D868B2A59D2B44009378068ADDB0B0C641F2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4086@ 0 @I11095@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Parcivall/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Parcivall 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8Q4G-NK 1 _UID B14B2E8C06D14834B3E2032B2B9D92EA103C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4087@ 0 @I11097@ INDI 1 NAME Alice /Parcival/ 2 GIVN Alice 2 SURN Parcival 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCN-TC 1 _UID B3D181ED2BCD42ADB895A84FAB77841CDF85 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4088@ 0 @I11098@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Arnold/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Arnold 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1AC854D35EEF477CBDD1D765C4FBB3C0153F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4476@ 0 @I11099@ INDI 1 NAME Stephen /Arnold/ 2 GIVN Stephen 2 SURN Arnold 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 62939BC7A19041EEBDCC5C250DFC04EAB86D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4476@ 0 @I11100@ INDI 1 NAME Damaris /Westcott/ 2 GIVN Damaris 2 SURN Westcott 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1678 1 _UID FE20FEBC457143C2995576B66515CC9B8E2A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4106@ 0 @I11101@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Arnold/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Arnold 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 23 Nov 1611 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1683 1 _UID 1C3CD35457314FFF861630F9FD04B73406B7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4107@ 1 FAMC @F4476@ 0 @I11102@ INDI 1 NAME William /Carpenter/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Carpenter 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Sep 1685 1 _UID 6AF5CCF16D3947988B4207DB3CAE9BB98E8D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4107@ 0 @I11104@ INDI 1 NAME Madeline /Hawkins/ 2 GIVN Madeline 2 SURN Hawkins 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 7BED173516B74349AA3CE5AED0C0721FA7D5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4108@ 0 @I11107@ INDI 1 NAME Anne /Greene/ 2 GIVN Anne 2 SURN Greene 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1652-N6W 1 _UID 2EF889CBDD37444C8EF081973EB1B0EE4194 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4094@ 0 @I11108@ INDI 1 NAME Cicely /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Cicely 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1P9V-RDF 1 _UID 7F9310DBDFF548A6B5B0D9EE52E39819D19B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4098@ 0 @I11109@ INDI 1 NAME Cicely // 2 GIVN Cicely 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1130-2GM 1 _UID F4482A5F291142C9AA4D80143754E19D9EE9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4099@ 0 @I11110@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Carder/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Carder 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Jan 1693 1 _UID DE4C6F39E8334567AAA433E6F365FC70C48C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4110@ 0 @I11111@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Jun 1741 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID DB536D4FC50F4E57A39E3F9A777FE477CE00 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4240@ 0 @I11112@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Dyer/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Dyer 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1303426A4A5A4A059F28FD79795A66568131 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4000@ 1 NOTE @NI11112@ 0 @NI11112@ NOTE 1 CONC Subject: Anthony Barton & Mary Dyer 1 CONT From: Brett Mac Donald 1 CONT Date: Thu, 12 Nov 1998 16:02:29 -0800 1 CONT 1 CONT I was looking at the Barton line and from my 6th g grandpar 1 CONC ents (above) I traced Mary Dyer - her father Charles Dyer m 1 CONC :Mary Lapham in Dartmouth MA 1709. His father was Charles b 1 CONC :1650 RI he married Mary Lippet. His father was William Dye 1 CONC r b: England his wife was Mary Barrett. She was executed i 1 CONC n Boston in 1660 as a Quaker. It was easy to find info on h 1 CONC er and the Dyer web sites include down to Anthony b:1709 i 1 CONC n Warwick RI, in case you want to add them to your file. 0 @I11113@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Barton/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Mar 1739 2 PLAC , Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 10D207BC42BE41D3A623564D67614B053D77 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4060@ 1 FAMC @F4240@ 0 @I11115@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Waterman/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Waterman 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1720 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Aug 1808 1 _UID FFA84EF3EB014B68B5F786DC4CCFB872DA60 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3998@ 0 @I11116@ INDI 1 NAME Francis /Low/ 2 GIVN Francis 2 SURN Low 1 SEX M 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Jul 1685 1 _UID 1D0AEB05AE83459795C98C1400D1ED5D3DC8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4262@ 0 @I11117@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1691 2 PLAC Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 1731F83638ED4854B8E289B1DC4DFC4B7B63 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4228@ 0 @I11120@ INDI 1 NAME Walter /Todd/ 2 GIVN Walter 2 SURN Todd 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6A3AF374410C4793964900B340BA1028F659 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F3984@ 0 @I11122@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Feb 1779 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 8A21794813924300B8B16A207F135828595D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4004@ 1 FAMC @F4093@ 1 NOTE @NI11122@ 0 @NI11122@ NOTE 1 CONC From: "Dorothy Muirhead" 1 CONT Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2001 14:16:49 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Prudence Cole and Rufus Barton had a son William who marrie 1 CONC d Rebecca Barton born 2-21-1779 d/o David & Rebecca Brightm 1 CONC an Barton. I have alot of FGS on Rufus ancestors etc 1 CONC . Dorothy 1 CONT 1 CONT The IGI for Seth Barton, born 1802, shows his mother as Hon 1 CONC our. 0 @I11123@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Abell/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1591-1593 2 PLAC Of Lockington, Leic, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN G7K4-TK 1 _UID CF9411E69CA44C878F4E792E85581DFAE5F1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4271@ 0 @I11124@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Abel/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Abel 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1604 2 PLAC Lockington, Leicester, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1K53-THJ 1 _UID 844F7184E6F24108BE234784522069138373 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4271@ 0 @I11125@ INDI 1 NAME George /Abell/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1607 2 PLAC Of Lockington, Leic., England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1646 2 PLAC , , , England 1 AFN G7K4-SD 1 _UID 50C541EEA8CC4D89899F6C891DED496C6AB5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4271@ 0 @I11127@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Abell/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1611 2 PLAC Of Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1647 1 AFN N8BV-T5 1 _UID 9190266D19E545EB8C603DF79CE1D8449B5D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4271@ 0 @I11128@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan /Miller/ 2 GIVN Nathan 2 SURN Miller 2 NSFX Col 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Aug 1717 2 PLAC Bristol, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 May 1762 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID E99B7EE920C24672AB28EBCA65B763E9753E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Jul 2007 3 TIME 18:05 1 FAMS @F4103@ 1 FAMC @F4268@ 1 NOTE @NI11128@ 0 @NI11128@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Colo Nathan Miller who died May 6th 1762 in y 1 CONC e 45th Year of his Age. 1 CONT 1 CONT Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, Volume 1 CONC s I-III 1 CONT Abbot S. Cooke 1 CONT Nathan Miller was deputy for Warren, Rhode Island, 1772-73- 1 CONC 74-80-82-83-90. In May, 1777, he was colonel of militia i 1 CONC n the county of Bristol, Rhode Island. In 1778 he was a mem 1 CONC ber of the Council of War. In May, 1779, he was chosen brig 1 CONC adier-general of the Rhode Island brigade consisting of Bri 1 CONC stol and Newport county troops. It was voted by the Genera 1 CONC l Assembly that "Brig. Gen. Nathan Miller be, and he is her 1 CONC eby requested to and required, to cause all the men who ar 1 CONC e drafted and detached from his Brigade to do duty for th 1 CONC e month of July inst. to join the Regiment on Rhode Island 1 CONC , immediately. That he be requested to continue in his sai 1 CONC d office during the present year, if no longer, as his resi 1 CONC gning the same at so critical a situation of public affair 1 CONC s will be attended with bad consequences to the state in ge 1 CONC neral and that the Secretary transmit a copy of the vote t 1 CONC o him by the Deputies of the town of Warren". February, 178 1 CONC 6, both houses in General Committee chose Nathan Miller, Es 1 CONC q., delegate to represent the state in Congress. (See lette 1 CONC r from above to Governor of Rhode Island, dated New York, S 1 CONC eptember 28, 1786, Vol. X, pp. 222, 223, R. I. Colonial Rec 1 CONC ords). Nathan Miller was chosen delegate to the Constitutio 1 CONC nal Convention held at Newport, Rhode Island, May, 1790. Th 1 CONC ere is in possession of the family a sword presented Genera 1 CONC l Miller by General Rochambeau at the opening of the Cornwa 1 CONC llis Campaign. This sword is referred to in "Our French All 1 CONC ies". General Nathan Miller married Rebecca Barton and ha 1 CONC d issue: Abigail, married Charles Wheaton and had issue: Ch 1 CONC arles Wheaton, was quartermaster sergeant of a Rhode Islan 1 CONC d regiment of artillery, and served in Revolutionary War. L 1 CONC aura Wheaton, daughter of Charles and Abigail (Miller) Whea 1 CONC ton, married Joel Abbot, Commodore of the United States Nav 1 CONC y, and the grandfather of Abbot S. Cooke 0 @I11129@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Abell/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1613 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Briston, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1646 2 PLAC , , , England 1 AFN G7K4-VQ 1 _UID 40FC5DC5117C4254A8F6F67812D2EC056234 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4271@ 0 @I11130@ INDI 1 NAME George /Cotton/ 2 GIVN George 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1560 2 PLAC Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1647 1 AFN HF3S-F8 1 _UID 93A996CA1E334A768B48E8A14CAC7B199558 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11131@ INDI 1 NAME Arthur /Cotton/ 2 GIVN Arthur 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1562 2 PLAC Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1649 1 AFN HF3S-GF 1 _UID 86EF8233A91A4A4789B6FB82AEDAA546AD05 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11132@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Cotton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1563 2 PLAC Of Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN HNJ3-BN 1 _UID EEF93228C33F433E8693978A48B3065958EF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11134@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Cotton/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1564 2 PLAC Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1640 2 PLAC Wrenbury, Cheshire, England 1 AFN HF3S-HL 1 _UID 45F3883E7B204CEDBC3B9E6F3D6B0BB33CEE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11135@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Cotton/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1566 2 PLAC Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN HF3S-JR 1 _UID CB95B942527E4AA08F4E201D25546B1A2D14 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11136@ INDI 1 NAME Winifred /Cotton/ 2 GIVN Winifred 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1568 2 PLAC Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN HF3S-KX 1 _UID BCB71969DBEB4375B2907172CE1992D3E41E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11137@ INDI 1 NAME Dorothy /Cotton/ 2 GIVN Dorothy 2 SURN Cotton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1572 2 PLAC Combermere, Cheshire, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Wrenbury, Cheshire, England 1 AFN HF3S-L4 1 _UID FDD269ECC8CC4A7BB24BF9CCDAAF38929219 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4272@ 0 @I11138@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Miller/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Feb 1719 2 PLAC Bristol, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 917011BA53424EEF9531E8687BF6E8C3D005 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4268@ 0 @I11139@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Miller/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Dec 1725 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Jun 1794 1 _UID 09065415C64A4CCEAA7CA51523F012A2495C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4118@ 1 FAMC @F4268@ 1 NOTE @NI11139@ 0 @NI11139@ NOTE 1 CONC They had eleven children born at Warren according to Carr F 1 CONC amily Records, 1894 by Edison I. Carr. 0 @I11140@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Miller/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Jul 1728 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 Oct 1808 2 PLAC North Cem, Warren, Rhode Island 1 _UID CC28CE4ED13E4E4BAC6029748366A903F644 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4119@ 1 FAMC @F4268@ 1 NOTE @NI11140@ 0 @NI11140@ NOTE 1 CONC They had nine children, born at Swansea and Warren accordin 1 CONC g to Chad Browne and His Descendants. 0 @I11141@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Miller/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Aug 1731 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 31 Oct 1757 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 87FDE043D7A94EEEB4257104706DAE5894C3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4120@ 1 FAMC @F4268@ 0 @I11142@ INDI 1 NAME Sylvester /Child/ 2 GIVN Sylvester 2 SURN Child 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Mar 1730 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 May 1815 1 _UID F6C361EAA7A04DEC9B93191475A12597B16E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4120@ 0 @I11143@ INDI 1 NAME Caleb /Carr/ 2 GIVN Caleb 2 SURN Carr 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Jun 1719 1 DEAT 2 DATE 27 May 1767 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 _UID 0E76EC43CF9C49D695CEFB0FE7034211E792 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4118@ 0 @I11144@ INDI 1 NAME Jeremiah /Brown/ 2 GIVN Jeremiah 2 SURN Brown 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Aug 1722 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Jul 1793 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 PLAC North Cem, Warren, Rhode Island 1 _UID 1BC78F9A82F24D6BB4D1D80BD2E9EFD82197 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4119@ 0 @I11145@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Millard/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Aug 1704 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID AE7AF693D2FF43BF911EF1DBCEB69DD0F0BE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4121@ 1 FAMC @F4269@ 0 @I11146@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Miller/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2BEB3FF43D234B18B7E0E259501B3BC24618 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4121@ 0 @I11147@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Carpenter/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Carpenter 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1689 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Aug 1715 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID AE6A6203A8C048F4AD3C459D72E8A2D3BB6F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4116@ 1 NOTE @NI11147@ 0 @NI11147@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lyes ye Body of Sarah ye Wife of Samuel Millerd ye dau 1 CONC ghter of Joseph Carpenter aged about 26 years & died Augus 1 CONC t ye 17, 1715. 0 @I11148@ INDI 1 NAME Sarah /Rogers/ 2 GIVN Sarah 2 SURN Rogers 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1705 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Aug 1758 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 124A075B598F4B789B2BC0B82CB514B652B8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4117@ 1 NOTE @NI11148@ 0 @NI11148@ NOTE 1 CONC She was the widow of Rev. John Commers, by whom she had a d 1 CONC aughter Marry Coomer, born 14 Jun 1731. 1 CONT 1 CONT Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Sarah the Wife of Samuel Miller Esq. Deceased 1 CONC , Who died Aug. 10th A.D. 1758 in ye 53d Year of her Age. 0 @I11149@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe /Cole/ 2 GIVN Phebe 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 10 Jan 1701 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1719 1 AFN HP3Z-1F 1 _UID 514A8E5094674754AA33F6D41E4E4992FD74 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11150@ INDI 1 NAME Phebe /Cole/ 2 GIVN Phebe 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Aug 1701 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1719 1 AFN PC2R-5P 1 _UID BBA66C43A72A4F6E983FD837F1B957C3484B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11152@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Cole/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 24 Jun 1704 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Oct 1733 1 AFN HP3Z-2L 1 _UID F5E56311D6774C4DBD7BB53BBAA809A86F18 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11153@ INDI 1 NAME Anne /Cole/ 2 GIVN Anne 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Mar 1706 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN HP3Z-3R 1 _UID 318948C62A104DD0AC794E6D057FD492E97E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11154@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Cole/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Mar 1709 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 Dec 1787 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC North Of Swansea, Massachusetts 1 AFN HP3T-98 1 _UID F787892259EB40DE9C83808DF902F86E18A2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11155@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Cole/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Apr 1711 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Nov 1791 1 AFN HP3Z-4X 1 _UID 9EF79B7937F84FFB8D2D9CE634B898280A36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11156@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Cole/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Jul 1713 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 May 1742 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 AFN HP3Z-54 1 _UID 9B029F8836954A29B1A36710D2098FD30AB7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 1 NOTE @NI11156@ 0 @NI11156@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mr. Edward Cole, Decd May ye 30 1743 in ye 36t 1 CONC h Year of his Age. 1 CONT 1 CONT (It is common for the dates in the Ancestral File not to ex 1 CONC actly match those of vital statistics and cemetery records.) 0 @I11157@ INDI 1 NAME Anna /Cole/ 2 GIVN Anna 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Jul 1713 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Oct 1751 1 AFN PC2R-6V 1 _UID 379B868C3DCE49FE900A5B631957C6A165E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4227@ 0 @I11158@ INDI 1 NAME Hezekiah /Luther/ 2 GIVN Hezekiah 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1640 2 PLAC Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 Jul 1723 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 412F0E99E6144A05A6CA2FC746A9092EEC15 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4242@ 1 NOTE @NI11158@ 0 @NI11158@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lyeth the Body of Hezekiah Luther died July 28th 172 1 CONC 3 in ye 83d Year of his Age. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: thecrow@eznet.net 1 CONT Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 09:37:12 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, I see you have this listing under Samuel Luther and Ma 1 CONC ry Abell: 1 CONT 1 CONT John LUTHER 1 CONT 1 CONT BIRTH: 1663, Swansea,Bristol,Massachusetts 1 CONT DEATH: 14 APR 1697 1 CONT BURIAL: Kickemuit Cem,Warren,Rhode Island 1 CONT 1 CONT Father: Samuel LUTHER 1 CONT Mother: Mary ABELL 1 CONT 1 CONT I believe this John is actually the son of Hezekiah and Eli 1 CONC zabeth..... 1 CONT and is the John that was married to Hopestill Butterworth i 1 CONC n 1690 and had John, Job, Nathaniel and Patience between 16 1 CONC 90 and 1697. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cheri 0 @I11159@ INDI 1 NAME Roxabell /Cole/ 2 GIVN Roxabell 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 4 Jan 1739 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID D9DBBBDD2D604A5CA9CB3AFCEAE92FC3EED5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I11160@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Cole/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Dec 1737 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 5C6A976FE6894ACA901CDE5841CBC39E9E3D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4243@ 0 @I11161@ INDI 1 NAME James /Cole/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Nov 1655 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1712 2 PLAC Newport, , Rhode Island 1 AFN 8VMR-VN 1 _UID B1192BB650034D1A884B6DBA55D924D38463 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11163@ INDI 1 NAME Hugh /Cole/ 2 GIVN Hugh 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 Mar 1658 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Feb 1738 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Feb 1738 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 8VMR-WT 1 _UID 2D1E0BE315E34CB18034F9BD53FCEFD3A985 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 1 NOTE @NI11163@ 0 @NI11163@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mr Hugh Cole Decd Feb. ye 17th 1737/38 in ye 3 1 CONC 0th Year of his Age. 1 CONT (RCL - 80th year?) 0 @I11164@ INDI 1 NAME John /Cole/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Mar 1660 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 14 Mar 1724 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 AFN 1KTS-79 1 _UID 9BED2F38EC28486AB25700A249C4F8A2076C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11165@ INDI 1 NAME Anna (Hannah) /Cole/ 2 GIVN Anna (Hannah) 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Apr 1662 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 Jun 1704 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 AFN 4TQQ-JW 1 _UID B5DBFEB5750E4C89A690A0E948DAC53879F6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11166@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Cole/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 Dec 1664 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1711 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 AFN 4TQQ-K3 1 _UID BB82B61AF4CC4CE6BBC4DDD96191B64F2B67 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11167@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Cole/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Jan 1666 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 Mar 1718 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 4TQN-9F 1 _UID ABEC4F3A88E9416F8C0D784BF5A896D1A167 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11168@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Cole/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 15 May 1668 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Jan 1730 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 8VMS-1H 1 _UID 23C3233B9DDA436E99E3E3262FE10CF80538 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4101@ 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11169@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Cole/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1676 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Mar 1756 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 AFN 8VMS-3T 1 _UID C563E96964584A628D70C58428A16A096408 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 0 @I11170@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Cole/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Cole 2 NSFX Sr. 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1678 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Sep 1748 2 PLAC , Warren, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 AFN CQRK-BB 1 _UID 7A757331F4324F36A0434D6E57D1E209EF39 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4265@ 1 NOTE @NI11170@ 0 @NI11170@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mr Benjamin Cole Deceased December ye 29th 174 1 CONC 8 in ye 71st Year of his Age. 0 @I11172@ INDI 1 NAME Nathaniel /Luther/ 2 GIVN Nathaniel 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1664 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 005FF1ACCD6246F9B13B0BDA9DFFA97FFFB5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4244@ 0 @I11174@ INDI 1 NAME James /Cole (Cobb)/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Cole (Cobb) 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1625-1626 2 PLAC London, Middlessex, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 11 Feb 1626 2 PLAC Barnstaple, Devonshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Oct 1709 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC , , Massachusetts 1 AFN 4TQQ-L8 1 SOUR @S194@ 1 SOUR @S98@ 1 _UID AD9AC53CB5BC4604BC9D12BFDC6F7AC5B7E0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F5141@ 1 FAMC @F4266@ 1 NOTE @NI11174@ 0 @NI11174@ NOTE 1 CONC Ancestral File Number: 4TQQ-L8 0 @I11175@ INDI 1 NAME Ephraim /Cole/ 2 GIVN Ephraim 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1629 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN MKT8-V0 1 _UID 2CE09132D579411E9B09EBC94688D2F165EA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4266@ 0 @I11176@ INDI 1 NAME John /Cole/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Nov 1637 2 PLAC , Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1677 2 PLAC , , Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC , , Massachusetts 1 AFN 4TQQ-MF 1 _UID 310264BC401D41AE927CB217FA4BC1EC68E3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4266@ 0 @I11177@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Cole/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1639 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 4TQQ-NL 1 _UID 305D508F5EAF44BDAF4DBD192560F5F6BC62 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4266@ 0 @I11179@ INDI 1 NAME Martha /Foxwell/ 2 GIVN Martha 2 SURN Foxwell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Apr 1638 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 DATE 22 Apr 1638 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Feb 1699 2 PLAC Bacon's Neck, Salem, New Jersey 1 AFN 8JGD-MQ 1 _UID 5AB77A50A52941B6A805069CC268D8897A90 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4267@ 0 @I11180@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth /Foxwell/ 2 GIVN Ruth 2 SURN Foxwell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Mar 1641 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 DATE 4 Apr 1641 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8JGD-NW 1 _UID 6CAEE00C232E4CBE8591DCB2B65F79D66990 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4267@ 0 @I11181@ INDI 1 NAME John /Foxwell/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Foxwell 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1643 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Sep 1646 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 AFN FSSS-HG 1 _UID 01149E773C384105AC729CF4AD0FCD344F73 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4267@ 0 @I11183@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Luther/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Jul 1668 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID F030D91365B3442C961434C718818C0C6AA4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4244@ 1 NOTE @NI11183@ 0 @NI11183@ NOTE 1 CONC Another record indicates location of birth as , New London 1 CONC , Connecticut. 0 @I11184@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Shelley/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Shelley 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1602 2 PLAC Of England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1QSN-3G6 1 _UID 0087A0E744294703BEEE5302997E231010DA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4275@ 0 @I11185@ INDI 1 NAME Margaret /Shelley/ 2 GIVN Margaret 2 SURN Shelley 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1604 2 PLAC Of England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1QSN-3HD 1 _UID 72F67F81108942BC92266068C443EBFB6C68 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4275@ 0 @I11187@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Lettice/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Lettice 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 33XQ-HS 1 _UID E614BFD10B7647B19A1F6DA404BA93A4C2A3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4111@ 0 @I11188@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Shelly/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Shelly 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN J9ND-12 1 _UID C19574C8D0F5461B9419838C8F66218B1599 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4112@ 0 @I11189@ INDI 1 NAME Abigail /Davenport/ 2 GIVN Abigail 2 SURN Davenport 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN BCBT-DM 1 _UID 05258163ED7A40CD8BFA9BFBBFEF4914A8C5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4113@ 0 @I11190@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Morton/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Morton 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN JQ1D-G7 1 _UID C8EAB32ECB6F495DAD23A88C9F629E2339C8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4114@ 0 @I11191@ INDI 1 NAME Theophilus /Luther/ 2 GIVN Theophilus 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1665 2 PLAC , New London, Connecticut 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 69F6706CF50943CEA73A9518E3AE2C069B09 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4244@ 0 @I11192@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Cole/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Feb 1717 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1 Apr 1794 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 AFN HP3Z-7G 1 _UID 7ECF0D9CB98443729C73445A3501A3A412BB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4100@ 1 FAMS @F4102@ 1 FAMC @F4227@ 1 NOTE @NI11192@ 0 @NI11192@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Deacon Benjamin Cole who died April 1, 1794 i 1 CONC n the 77th Year of his age. 0 @I11193@ INDI 1 NAME Joshua /Luther/ 2 GIVN Joshua 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 25 Nov 1670 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Dec 1747 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID B25FFDD2E0524ED692677310456254E794F5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4244@ 1 NOTE @NI11193@ 0 @NI11193@ NOTE 1 CONC Another source indicates birth location as New London, Conn 1 CONC ecticut. 1 CONT 1 CONT Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Joshua Luther Deceased December 18, 1747 in y 1 CONC e 77th Year of his Age. 0 @I11194@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Luther/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Feb 1672 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 7F865E22D2F74B70B7D174C7B9CE37C04A81 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4244@ 0 @I11365@ INDI 1 NAME Isabelle Jane /Barton/ 2 GIVN Isabelle Jane 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Jun 1883 2 PLAC Burlington Twp., Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Jan 1962 2 PLAC Battle Creek Health Center 2 NOTE @DI11365@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 12 Feb 1962 2 PLAC Burlington Cemetary 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Housewife 1 _UID 3417E94C3FEA43E493EE51BC85D719A275F0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4187@ 1 FAMC @F3020@ 1 NOTE @NI11365@ 0 @NI11365@ NOTE 1 CONC Had a son named Howard who married Nevah Sutherland and the 1 CONC y did not have any children. Had 2 daughters, Marjori 1 CONC e & Alice. I was told that they Isabelle & Frank) had a g 1 CONC ood marriage 1 CONT -Jane (Townsend) Antonetti 0 @DI11365@ NOTE 1 CONC Arteriosclerosis 0 @I11366@ INDI 1 NAME Frank Godfrey /Sailer/ 2 GIVN Frank Godfrey 2 SURN Sailer 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Apr 1879 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Feb 1949 2 PLAC Burlington, Calhoun, Michigan 2 NOTE @DI11366@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 10 Feb 1949 2 PLAC Burlington Cemetary 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 56DA7EFF4E2344E8B8C84C2212F8E1D6F968 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4187@ 0 @DI11366@ NOTE 1 CONC Coronary Thrombosis 0 @I11367@ INDI 1 NAME Clara /Barton/ 2 GIVN Clara 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Dec 1889 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 11 Dec 1963 2 PLAC Michigan 1 BURI 2 PLAC Oakwood Cemetary, Michigan 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian 1 _UID 5563217949BD4E0F84012622A0FF0A234E97 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4188@ 1 FAMC @F3020@ 1 NOTE @NI11367@ 0 @NI11367@ NOTE 1 CONC Clara Barton was a hard-working, Christian woman. She wa 1 CONC s told that she was a cousin of Clara Barton of the Red Cro 1 CONC ss. Besides being named after the famous Clara, she (my gr 1 CONC andmother) was taken to meet her when she(my grandmother) w 1 CONC as a little girl. I did not know my Grandmother Clara Bart 1 CONC on Townsend, but her daughter (My Aunt Shirley) is still al 1 CONC ive and can verify these accounts. 0 @I11368@ INDI 1 NAME Almon Blaine /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Almon Blaine 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Aug 1890 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 6 May 1955 1 BURI 2 PLAC White Chapel Memorial Gardens 2 NOTE @XI11368@ 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID F954D354AEFF4EB19AD3B008BE9BD483F57D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4188@ 1 NOTE @NI11368@ 0 @NI11368@ NOTE 1 CONC Almon Townsend became an alcoholic and left his family. Cl 1 CONC ara Barton divorced him. He later remarried. 0 @XI11368@ NOTE 1 CONC Muskegon, Michigan 0 @I11369@ INDI 1 NAME Wilbur Blaine /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Wilbur Blaine 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 31 May 1914 2 PLAC Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 21 Feb 1983 2 PLAC Michigan 1 BURI 2 DATE 23 Feb 1983 2 PLAC Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan, , Riverside Cemetary 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian 1 _UID 7B14B7BECD564EFF9AE418C27318975543D2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4189@ 1 FAMC @F4188@ 1 NOTE @NI11369@ 0 @NI11369@ NOTE 1 CONC Wilbur was a very tall, Christian man. He had various heal 1 CONC th problems including partial blindness. He could make ou 1 CONC t who people were sometimes. I was so thrilled that he kne 1 CONC w who I was because of my red hair. He was a very gentle m 1 CONC an. When he was a boy, his father broke a beer bottle ove 1 CONC r his head. 0 @I11370@ INDI 1 NAME Ruth // 2 GIVN Ruth 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID D8D5B6984F114E6F9A158BA1BF95BD272B2F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4189@ 0 @I11371@ INDI 1 NAME Eleanore Claire /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Eleanore Claire 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 7 Dec 1909 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Aug 1990 2 PLAC California 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 RELI 2 NOTE Baptist 1 _UID C12F6346437F4473B366577421B22E332AEE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4188@ 1 NOTE @NI11371@ 0 @NI11371@ NOTE 1 CONC Eleanore was married several times. She married her last h 1 CONC usband, James Kemp Sr. twice and divorced him twice. She w 1 CONC as not married at the time of her death. 0 @I11372@ INDI 1 NAME Dean Willis /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Dean Willis 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 18 Apr 1925 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Apr 1998 2 PLAC Indianapolis, Indiana 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Electrical Engineer 1 EDUC 2 NOTE Valpo Tech, Valparaiso, Indiana 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian 1 _UID E914CF84627A4B20992AD6830AE468A0A96B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4190@ 1 FAMC @F4188@ 1 NOTE @NI11372@ 0 @NI11372@ NOTE 1 CONC Dean was a wonderful Christian man who helped take care o 1 CONC f his family since his father didn't. He worked like a ma 1 CONC n from the time he was nine years old. Besides working o 1 CONC n the farm, he pulled weeds in onion fields. When the fami 1 CONC ly had had enough of Almon Blaine's abuse, Dean threw his d 1 CONC ad off the property. Dean went into the Merchant Marines d 1 CONC uring WWII when he couldn't get into the regular service be 1 CONC cause of an motorcyle accident. He was a radio operator o 1 CONC n Merchant Marine ships. He traveled all over the world du 1 CONC ring the war. He served for 3 years. He later continued h 1 CONC is radio skills by becoming a HAM radio operator. He alway 1 CONC s made sure that his mother (Clara) was provided for. Besid 1 CONC es sending her money, He built her at least one house tha 1 CONC t I know of. Dean took excellent care of his wife of almos 1 CONC t 50 years (Darlene) and his four children. No one could h 1 CONC ave asked for a better son, Dad or Grandfather. 1 CONT -Jane (Townsend) Antonetti 0 @I11373@ INDI 1 NAME Darlene Frances /Kenyon/ 2 GIVN Darlene Frances 2 SURN Kenyon 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 May 1929 2 PLAC Kalamazoo, Michigan 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Homemaker 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian 1 _UID 1BF4BF2563E441D8A70EF9D97FABB9864383 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4190@ 0 @I11374@ INDI 1 NAME Shirley Janet /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Shirley Janet 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Nov 1927 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Nurse/Homemaker 1 RELI 2 NOTE Baptist 1 _UID 573075CCB4EA44C8972EE63B11B1C8E0C27C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4191@ 1 FAMC @F4188@ 0 @I11375@ INDI 1 NAME Neil /Marshall/ 2 GIVN Neil 2 SURN Marshall 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID FF8A01B537964769A807DC2D768DFD2CA0E1 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4191@ 0 @I11376@ INDI 1 NAME Christine /Marshall/ 2 GIVN Christine 2 SURN Marshall 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID A3CAA72B466245E79514DC7254CB6673022C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4191@ 0 @I11377@ INDI 1 NAME Lois /Marshall/ 2 GIVN Lois 2 SURN Marshall 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID C8D6227C38D64C13AC194EBB396EF18F9ED0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4191@ 0 @I11378@ INDI 1 NAME Joyce /Marshall/ 2 GIVN Joyce 2 SURN Marshall 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID D87C7AA5D0194D838DB8151714DC62ECDB36 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4191@ 0 @I11379@ INDI 1 NAME Amy /Marshall/ 2 GIVN Amy 2 SURN Marshall 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 44013F7EF45046B0B83545DF8FEB098F5FBD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4191@ 0 @I11380@ INDI 1 NAME Beverly /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Beverly 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID C3B266E34B3B4F6286F67FDF1DD2E94AF193 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4189@ 0 @I11381@ INDI 1 NAME Marjorie /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Marjorie 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 2D16D188DD054D309071A8FC2E4704526B0F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4189@ 0 @I11382@ INDI 1 NAME Marion /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Marion 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Northfield Twp., Michgian 1 DEAT 2 DATE 20 Mar 1912 2 PLAC Ann Arbor, Michigan 2 NOTE @DI11382@ 1 BURI 2 PLAC Forest Hill Cemetary, Michigan 2 NOTE @XI11382@ 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 0EFFCD755FC2472189252782698506DAFD89 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4188@ 0 @DI11382@ NOTE 1 CONC pressure on the brain 0 @XI11382@ NOTE 1 CONC was only 4 mos. old 0 @I11383@ INDI 1 NAME Jane Lynn /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Jane Lynn 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Jul 1961 2 PLAC Greenfield, Indiana 2 NOTE @BI11383@ 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Homemaker 1 EDUC 2 NOTE 2 year Business degree, IUPUI 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian (Assembly of God) 1 _UID 841C0618014D48E89F0D8FB23603A150535D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4192@ 1 FAMC @F4190@ 0 @BI11383@ NOTE 1 CONC Hancock Memorial Hospital 0 @I11384@ INDI 1 NAME Ward Dean /Townsend/ 2 GIVN Ward Dean 2 SURN Townsend 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Nov 1965 2 PLAC Greenfield, Indiana 2 NOTE @BI11384@ 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Construction/part-time Missionary 1 EDUC 2 NOTE Bachelor Degree-Ball State University 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian (Assembly of God) 1 _UID B58B76A084434C49966DABEE8C7091835E1B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4190@ 0 @BI11384@ NOTE 1 CONC Hancock Memorial Hospital 0 @I11385@ INDI 1 NAME Jeffrey Omero /Antonetti/ 2 GIVN Jeffrey Omero 2 SURN Antonetti 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 7155830B89564D438D7CDE5FB39CBED2E808 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4192@ 0 @I11386@ INDI 1 NAME Christopher Omero /Antonetti/ 2 GIVN Christopher Omero 2 SURN Antonetti 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Aug 1987 2 PLAC Indianapolis, Indiana 2 NOTE @BI11386@ 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE student 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian 1 _UID 055359B890504B3783A1051E06BAA9920DCD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4192@ 0 @BI11386@ NOTE 1 CONC Community Hospital 0 @I11387@ INDI 1 NAME Sara Terese /Antonetti/ 2 GIVN Sara Terese 2 SURN Antonetti 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Jun 1990 2 PLAC Indianapolis, Indiana 2 NOTE @BI11387@ 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE student 1 RELI 2 NOTE Christian 1 _UID ABB30F6C79A34118A43ADAEEC4127026604E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4192@ 0 @BI11387@ NOTE 1 CONC Community Hospital 0 @I11388@ INDI 1 NAME Kathy Ellen /Ake/ 2 GIVN Kathy Ellen 2 SURN Ake 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Sep 1950 2 PLAC Kalamazoo, Michigan 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 OCCU 2 NOTE Homemaker/seamstress 1 _UID D07184F1A42E4094A7F449728F02CBA8B6C6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4193@ 1 FAMC @F4190@ 0 @I11389@ INDI 1 NAME Eileen Frances /Schornhorst/ 2 GIVN Eileen Frances 2 SURN Schornhorst 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 Dec 1953 2 PLAC Kalamazoo, Michigan 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID FAB75B9941304AB2951CBC7CCA540D5D8335 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4194@ 1 FAMC @F4190@ 0 @I11390@ INDI 1 NAME Mark David /Ake/ 2 GIVN Mark David 2 SURN Ake 2 NSFX Sr. 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID C3EDC62B9644443A9F06F01A6310D28370E3 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4193@ 0 @I11391@ INDI 1 NAME Mark David /Ake/ 2 GIVN Mark David 2 SURN Ake 2 NSFX Jr. 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 4D2CA459F12C42FE9556A464D481278DCF0F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4193@ 0 @I11392@ INDI 1 NAME Ellen Joyce /Ake/ 2 GIVN Ellen Joyce 2 SURN Ake 1 SEX F 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 8E6456DF2610422CBBF3C7597A1DF2355797 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4193@ 0 @I11393@ INDI 1 NAME Eric Charles /Schornhorst/ 2 GIVN Eric Charles 2 SURN Schornhorst 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 6203077F9D224C83AA075D35265EA5B499EF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4194@ 0 @I11394@ INDI 1 NAME Kevin Michael /Schornhorst/ 2 GIVN Kevin Michael 2 SURN Schornhorst 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 938701CBC5AF46EFA301A60CC8FCC6E2511B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4194@ 0 @I11395@ INDI 1 NAME Keith David /Schornhorst/ 2 GIVN Keith David 2 SURN Schornhorst 1 SEX M 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 4216C2100765486BAA317F1EE4697084027A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4194@ 0 @I11396@ INDI 1 NAME Alice Bernice /Sailer/ 2 GIVN Alice Bernice 2 SURN Sailer 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 28 Oct 1907 2 PLAC Battlecreek, Michigan 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID E7391C7C040E473F84A5B95D1F1F9CA30CE0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4187@ 0 @I11397@ INDI 1 NAME Marjorie Doris /Sailer/ 2 GIVN Marjorie Doris 2 SURN Sailer 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 27 Sep 1905 1 DEAT 2 DATE 30 Sep 1950 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 22B58BB285E04C948251BF9542256270B9BC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4187@ 0 @I11398@ INDI 1 NAME Howard Ray /Sailer/ 2 GIVN Howard Ray 2 SURN Sailer 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Feb 1904 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 1 BURI 2 PLAC Riverside National Cemetary, Riverside, California 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID D41AC3DA8E8F404DA1B2C246183500C9A61C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMC @F4187@ 0 @I11399@ INDI 1 NAME Olive /Clark/ 2 GIVN Olive 2 SURN Clark 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 29 May 1792 2 PLAC New York Or Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1826 1 SOUR @S85@ 1 _UID 9CB9F6C13A914BBC802B39ABACAB4C2C3CA4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM JPG 2 FILE Olive Clark.JPG 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F173@ 1 NOTE @NI11399@ 0 @NI11399@ NOTE 1 CONC Jane Antonetti indicates death as 1851. However, The Olds F 1 CONC amily of America and England indicates her death as 1826 an 1 CONC d a second marriage to Maria Schlusser. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1810 Federal census for Wells, Rutland Co., VT shows th 1 CONC ree Clark families: Roswell, Stephen, and Stephen, Jr. Al 1 CONC l are on page 107. 0 @I11484@ INDI 1 NAME Mehitable /Luther/ 2 GIVN Mehitable 2 SURN Luther 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Aug 1676 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 18 Nov 1764 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN GHZP-TP 1 _UID 9C2FD5C8D4DB4156BA103C0049C53A7F7B46 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4227@ 1 FAMC @F4244@ 1 NOTE @NI11484@ 0 @NI11484@ NOTE 1 CONC Another source indicates birth location as , New London, Co 1 CONC nnecticut. 1 CONT 1 CONT Source of birth and parents is 1988 RI IGI. It indicates b 1 CONC irth as 26 Aug 1676. 1 CONT 1 CONT This agrees with her inscription in the Kickemuit Cemetery 1 CONC , Warren, RI. 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Mehetible Cole Wife of Mr. Ebenezer Cole, wh 1 CONC o died Nov. ye 18th Dom. 1764 in ye 89nd year of her Age. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Luther Family in America pages 1260 says Mehitable (Lut 1 CONC her) Cole lived her entire life in Swansea. Her nine child 1 CONC ren as here given were taken from an old book with Swanse 1 CONC a Historical Society in 1948. Her husband was the son of H 1 CONC ugh Cole and Mary Foxwell; Mary was daughter of Richard Fox 1 CONC well and Ann Shelly; Hugh was son of James (1) Cole and Mar 1 CONC y Lobel; Mary was daughter of Mattien Lobel, a celebrated b 1 CONC otanist and physician to King James 1, who discovered the m 1 CONC edicinal properties of the Lobella plant. 0 @I11485@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Curtis/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Curtis 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID A636265A4A5D41739EEA858325BBBCAC8F28 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4228@ 1 FAMC @F4274@ 1 NOTE @NI11485@ 0 @NI11485@ NOTE 1 CONC Savage said: BENJAMIN, Scituate, son of William, married 16 1 CONC 89, Mary, daughter of Captain Joseph Sykester, had Mary, bo 1 CONC rn 1691; Benjamin, 1692; Ebenezer, 1694; Lydia, 1695; Sarah 1 CONC , 1697; Ruth, 1700; Susanna, 1702; Deborah, 1704; William 1 CONC , 1706; David, 1708; and Peleg, 1710. 0 @I11486@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Sylvester/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Sylvester 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Of Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 6C91D379E5D84E41AD60291082FE785E31E5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4228@ 1 FAMC @F4264@ 0 @I11487@ INDI 1 NAME John /Thurber/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Thurber 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 2E65C616FDD847BFB8884FAD26AB0D2589E9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4229@ 0 @I11488@ INDI 1 NAME Priscilla // 2 GIVN Priscilla 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 13000B42A1194A83A9FBA445DB0C072C8E62 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4229@ 0 @I11489@ INDI 1 NAME Robert /Millard/ 2 GIVN Robert 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1632 2 PLAC Probably, , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 16 Mar 1699 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 237B54D0AAD7419E9B162CAB6503744BD17B 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4230@ 1 FAMC @F4232@ 1 NOTE @NI11489@ 0 @NI11489@ NOTE 1 CONC Like his father Robert Millard was a tanner at Rehoboth. I 1 CONC n 1668 he was one of those who received lots in the North P 1 CONC urchase meadow (later Attleboro); and in 1689 he was liste 1 CONC d among the Inhabitants and Proprietors of Rehoboth. In ad 1 CONC dition to the lands he had by propriety, Robert bought lan 1 CONC d at Palmer River from Anthony Perry, John Fitch and Josep 1 CONC h Peck and salt marsh in Swansea from Peter Hunt. 1 CONT 1 CONT His name is included in various Rehoboth tax lists from 167 1 CONC 1 to 1678, and on 26 Jan. 1676/77, "An account of the charg 1 CONC es that several Persons have been at relating to the late W 1 CONC arr" (King Philip's War) shows Rob Miller -- £5.17.06". Th 1 CONC e Massachusetts towns were then required to equip and provi 1 CONC sion their own militiamen, and the money listed in this acc 1 CONC ount was probably used for this purpose. Besides this fina 1 CONC ncial contribution to the war effort, Robert Millard serve 1 CONC d at the Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner (RCL - Lill 1 CONC is Turner's great grandfather.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Although Robert remained throughout his life a resident o 1 CONC f Rehoboth, on 19 May 1685 he owned land in New Meadow Nec 1 CONC k in Swansea (between Ruben's River and Warren River) and w 1 CONC as listed as one of the proprietors of Sowams -- an ancien 1 CONC t designation for the area which is now Barrington and Warr 1 CONC en, R.I. including parts of Swansea, Seekonk and East Provi 1 CONC dence. Similarly the name of Robert Millart was listed on 2 1 CONC 3 July 1689 among "the several persons that live ... (torn 1 CONC ) ..." in Swansea. New Meadow Neck was part of Swansea fro 1 CONC m the organization of that town in 1663 until it was set of 1 CONC f to Barrington in 1717. 1 CONT 1 CONT The will of Robert Millard of Rehoboth, Tanner, dated 11 Ma 1 CONC rch 1698/9, proved 29 March 1699, bequeathed to sons Solomo 1 CONC n and Ephraim, dwelling house, barn and land belonging ther 1 CONC eto, upland at Palmer River, and fifty pounds commange; t 1 CONC o son Nathaniel, ten acres on Rocky River; to son Nehemiah 1 CONC , fifty acres "he now lives upon"; to son Robert, fifty acr 1 CONC es at the northside of Rehoboth. To each son he gave in ad 1 CONC dition a piece of salt meadow in New Meadow. He bequeathe 1 CONC d further to his grandsons, John and Richard Bragg, fifty a 1 CONC cres of the northside to each; to daughter Elizabeth, a cow 1 CONC ; to daughters Mary and Experience, ten pounds each; and t 1 CONC o wife Elizabeth, all household goods, living space and he 1 CONC r maintenance at the expense of the sons Solomon and Ephrai 1 CONC m, who were designated executors. Witnesses: Timothy Blake 1 CONC , Thomas Bowen. The inventory totaling £271.10.00, include 1 CONC d besides the real estate listed in the will, Barks Mill an 1 CONC d Tann Pitts, Raw hides and Barks, ten acres at Chestnut Hi 1 CONC ll, a 14 acre lot lying by William Doans, and ten pounds wo 1 CONC rth of smithy tools. 1 CONT 1 CONT On 17 June 1695, Robert Millerd had deeded to his son Natha 1 CONC niel Millerd of Rehobouth, Maltster, one half acre on the e 1 CONC ast side of Palmer River, previously purchased of John Fitc 1 CONC h. Then on 29 March 1699, Mary Millerd, one of the witness 1 CONC es to the deed, and on 18 May 1699 Henry West, the other wi 1 CONC tness, swore that they had seen Robert sign. The record o 1 CONC f their testimony provides further confirmation of the dat 1 CONC e of Robert's death. 1 CONT 1 CONT Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lies ye Body of Robert Millard Senar Age 67 & Died Mar 1 CONC ch ye 16, 1698/9. 0 @I11490@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Sabin/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Sabin 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1642-1643 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Feb 1718 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Newman Ch Cem, Seekonk, Massachusetts 1 _UID 60A8F37A8131421286291869C47E9BAF370C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4230@ 1 FAMC @F4231@ 0 @I11491@ INDI 1 NAME William /Sabin/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Sabin 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 72F77A6B12624F8EA7789F2D45A9AD9EC3F8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4231@ 0 @I11492@ INDI 1 NAME Wright // 2 GIVN Wright 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID BAAC7DE29777459FAE63D9EDECFC4684400E 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4231@ 0 @I11493@ INDI 1 NAME John /Millard/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Millard 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC , , , England 1 BURI 2 DATE 18 Apr 1680 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 _UID 2549722A29F9433C9BBB66EBE8221047B3AB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4232@ 1 FAMS @F22@ 1 NOTE @NI11493@ 0 @NI11493@ NOTE 1 CONC The Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine, Vol 1 CONC umes 24, 25, and 26 serialized an article entitled THE MILL 1 CONC ARDS OF REHOBOTH, MASSACHUSETTS, by Frances Davis McTeer o 1 CONC f Detroit, Mich, and Frederick C. Warner of North Amherst 1 CONC , Mass. The following was abstracted from this article. 1 CONT 1 CONT The early town records of Rehoboth, Massachusetts contain 1 CONC s the name of Millard, Millerd and Miller used interchangea 1 CONC bly -- according to the inclination of the scribe rather th 1 CONC an as an indication to identify any one family or individua 1 CONC l. Moreover all pre-Revolutionary inhabitants listed in th 1 CONC e town's published vital records under any of these three n 1 CONC ames are found to have been descendants of the John Mille 1 CONC r Sr. who was a proprietor of Rehoboth in 1643. 1 CONT 1 CONT The authors point out that no comprehensive history of th 1 CONC e Rehoboth Millards in all its ramifications has ever bee 1 CONC n published. They do mention that article entitled "The Mi 1 CONC llard Ancestry of President Millard Fillmore", written by F 1 CONC ranklin H. Giddings and published in 1916 in Vol. 47 (pp. 2 1 CONC 45-251) of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Recor 1 CONC d, deserves the thoughtful consideration of anyone interest 1 CONC ed in this family. 1 CONT 1 CONT From its founding as "Seaconk" in 1643 until its annexatio 1 CONC n to the Colony of Massachusetts Bay in 1692, the area betw 1 CONC een Taunton and the Providence River (later designated as R 1 CONC ehoboth) was legally a part of Plymouth Colony. 1 CONT 1 CONT During more than four decades John Millard Sr. was a taxpay 1 CONC er and landowner, identified with the community of Rehoboth 1 CONC . As early as 1643 he was referred to as a proprietor an 1 CONC d named seventeenth in the list of estates. Thereafter hi 1 CONC s name appears in succeeding years in connection with lan 1 CONC d allotment in "the woodland between plain and town" (1644) 1 CONC , "the great plain beginning on the westside" (1645), the n 1 CONC ew meadow (1646), and the meadows on the northside of the t 1 CONC own (1658). In 1648 he was "Servayer for the Hyewayes fo 1 CONC r Rehoboth" and constable in 1672. The town assessment o 1 CONC f 22 Dec. 1657 list John Miller Sr., together with his tw 1 CONC o sons, John Jr. and Robert, and the following year were am 1 CONC ong those who drew lots for the "meadow lands in the Nort 1 CONC h Purchase" (now Attleboro, Mass.). 1 CONT 1 CONT In addition to these dates from Rehoboth and from Plymout 1 CONC h Colony records, some further information on John Millar 1 CONC d Sr. is found in the estate settlement of his "cousin" Tho 1 CONC mas Millard of Boston. Cousin was a somewhat broader ter 1 CONC m in the seventeenth century than it is today, the exact re 1 CONC lationship between the two men is not indicated in the reco 1 CONC rds. Thomas came to New England in 1637 and settled in Bost 1 CONC on, where on 7 Sept. 1639 he was designated a husbandmand a 1 CONC nd allowed "a great Lott at Muddy River for 15 heads". Thr 1 CONC ough the years he evidently kept in touch with John of Reho 1 CONC both; so in 1669, when Thomas was taken sick and died sudde 1 CONC nly before he could make a will, his friends sent word to J 1 CONC ohn and the latter came at once to Boston, even in the midd 1 CONC le of winter. 1 CONT 1 CONT At a hearing in Suffolk County Probate Court, on 4 Feb. 166 1 CONC 9/70, several friends and neighbors of the deceased Thoma 1 CONC s Millard testified as to his wishes regarding his estate 1 CONC : "He would give ... his land at Centry Hill ... 1 CONT to his kinsman at Seaconk who brought up at his father's ho 1 CONC use"; "he intended cousin Miller should have good part of h 1 CONC is estate ... because 'I have no other kindred in the count 1 CONC ry nor certainly do know that any other is alive'" 1 CONT 1 CONT The estate referred to in this testimony consisted principa 1 CONC lly of two lots in Boston. One of these, described in th 1 CONC e inventory as "a small parcel of land lying on the side o 1 CONC f Century Hill and fronting the Common", was in fact almos 1 CONC t the whole of the lot upon which the State House now stand 1 CONC s, a half acre of which was Millard's by allotment and an a 1 CONC dditional acre bought of Zaccheus Bosworth in 1651. Unfort 1 CONC unately the article goes on to describe an heir, Alice Swif 1 CONC t and a last will and testament which later materialized 1 CONC . Alice was apparently Thomas' sister and designated exect 1 CONC rix of the will which was written before Thomas left Engla 1 CONC nd in 1637. On 23 June 1673 John Millard quitclaimed the p 1 CONC roperty in consideration for all the household goods and mo 1 CONC vables and money that Thomas died possessed of and twenty p 1 CONC ounds in money additional. RCL - so much for deathbed test 1 CONC aments! 1 CONT 1 CONT The last appearance of John Millard Sr. in the Plymouth Col 1 CONC ony records is his acknowledgment on 30 June 1684 of the de 1 CONC ed to his son Robert. On 7 Feb. 1689 in a List of Inhabita 1 CONC nts and Proprietors of the Towne of Rehoboth the name of Jo 1 CONC hn Millard is conspicuously absent, though his family is re 1 CONC presented by Sam'l Millerd Senr, Sam'l Millerd Junr, Rober 1 CONC t Millerd Senr, Joseph Millerd and Benjamin Millerd. It i 1 CONC s therefore presumed that John Sr. had died sometime betwee 1 CONC n these two listing dates. 0 @I11494@ INDI 1 NAME Emily /Barton/ 2 GIVN Emily 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 11 May 1848 2 PLAC Burlington, Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Apr 1934 2 PLAC So. Mason Valley, Lyon, Nevada 1 BURI 2 DATE Apr 1934 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 2035-63 1 _UID 2A7E058B9FB34BEDB2420B7BCA0603D8E7DE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:03 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone E B O.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone Batchelder.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Emily Barton.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4233@ 1 FAMC @F4234@ 1 NOTE @NI11494@ 2 SOUR @S12@ 0 @NI11494@ NOTE 1 CONC Source Microfilm: 1394125 Submission: AF83-0261: Some o 1 CONC f the Barton information was submitted by one of Earl Osbor 1 CONC ne's Mormon cousins to the LDS Ancestral File. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1876 Sidney Barton of Calhoun County, Michigan, grante 1 CONC d 280 acres in Mason Valley, Esmeralda County, Nevada to Em 1 CONC ily Barton of Mason Valley for the sum of $6,000. Its lega 1 CONC l description was SW 1/4 of Section 10 and W 1/2 of SE 1/ 1 CONC 4 of Section 9 and SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 9, all in To 1 CONC wnship 12 North Range 25 East Mount Diablo Base. The trans 1 CONC action was notarized in Calhoun County by James M. French o 1 CONC n 26 September 1876. However, it was not recorded in Lyon C 1 CONC ounty, Nevada, Deed Book J, page 780 until June 30, 1886, a 1 CONC pparently in conjunction with her divorce proceedings.. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1880 Nevada census, Esmeralda County, Mason Valley, lists h 1 CONC er brother, Wilbur F. 34, as living with them. He was bor 1 CONC n in Michigan. Their father is listed as born in Vermont a 1 CONC nd her mother in New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT Source: Osborne family records: After she and Charles bit 1 CONC terly divorced in about 1885/6, Emily changed the family na 1 CONC me to Osborne to disassociate them from Charles Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Miscellaneous records for Lyon County, NV, shows Emily Osbo 1 CONC rn's inventory of separate property recorded the 28th day o 1 CONC f June, 1886. It consisted of the SW quarter of Section 1 1 CONC 0 and the W half of the SE quarter of Section 9 and the S 1 CONC E quarter of Section 9, all in Township Twelve N of Range 2 1 CONC 5 E M.D.M. containing 280 acres. Also 9 cows, 3 yearling h 1 CONC eifer ~~~, 3 steers, 7 calves, and 45 stands of bees. 1 CONT 1 CONT Accession/Serial #: 773629 BLM Serial #: NVCC 0011025 1 CONT Names 1 CONT Patentee: EMILY B OSBORNE 1 CONT Survey 1 CONT State: NEVADA 1 CONT Acres: 81.92 1 CONT Metes/Bounds: No 1 CONT 1 CONT Title Transfer 1 CONT Issue Date: 9/17/1920 1 CONT Land Office: Carson City 1 CONT Cancelled: No 1 CONT U.S. Reservations: Yes 1 CONT Mineral Reservations: No 1 CONT Authority: March 3, 1873: Sale-Coal Land (17 Stat. 607) 1 CONT Document Numbers 1 CONT Accession/Serial Nr.: 773629 1 CONT BLM Serial Nr.: NVCC 0011025 1 CONT 1 CONT SWNW 1/ 7-N 27-E No Mount Diablo NV Lyon 1 CONT 4 1/ 7-N 27-E No Mount Diablo NV Lyon 1 CONT Remarks: LOT 4 OR NWNW QUARTER 1 CONT 1 CONT The Reno Evening Gazette, Monday, April 9, 1934 1 CONT 1 CONT PIONEER RESIDENT OF MASON VALLEY IS DEAD 1 CONT 1 CONT Yerington, Nev., April 9, - (Special)-One of Mason Valley' 1 CONC s oldest pioneer residents, Mrs. Emily Barton Osborne, die 1 CONC d suddenly last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emm 1 CONC a Batchelder, and funeral services will be held at the Meth 1 CONC odist church here at l:30 p. M. Tuesday with Rev. Carol G 1 CONC . King officiating. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Osborne's death occurred while she was walking from on 1 CONC e room to another in the house, and was due to a heart atta 1 CONC ck. She had not been ill for over forty-five years and ha 1 CONC d been active in church and other work until the of her dea 1 CONC th. 1 CONT 1 CONT Born in Burlington, Mich., on May 11, 1848, she received he 1 CONC r early education in Michigan and after being graduated fro 1 CONC m college came West in 1875 to teach in Mason Valley. On O 1 CONC ctober 17, 1876, she was married at Gold Hill, Nev., to Cha 1 CONC rles Osborne, and after spending a year in Modesto, Cal., t 1 CONC hey returned to Mason Valley to engage in ranching and wer 1 CONC e among the pioneer ranchers of the valley. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mrs. Osborne was one of the builders of the Methodist churc 1 CONC h here and was a lifelong trustee of the church. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. Osborne died several years ago. Four children, Sidne 1 CONC y Phelps Osborne, George Osborne and Mrs. Emma Batchelder 1 CONC , all of Mason Valley and Mrs. Alice Perry of Reno, survive 1 CONC . She also leaves fourteen grandchildren. 1 CONT 1 CONT A brother, Harry Barton, resides in Kalamazoo, Mich. She w 1 CONC as a third cousin of Clara Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT (RCL note: I have been researching the Barton genealogy fo 1 CONC r well over a decade. I have not been able to make a connec 1 CONC tion to the Clara Barton line. From my research Clarissa (C 1 CONC lara) Harlowe Barton's ancestry is firmly traced to Edwar 1 CONC d Barton who immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts prior to 16 1 CONC 39. Emily Barton's ancestry is firmly traced to Rufus Barto 1 CONC n who was born in Warwick, Rhode Island in the 1740s. It i 1 CONC s highly probable that this Rufus is the great great grand 1 CONC son of the immigrant Rufus Barton who first settled in Ne 1 CONC w York City (New Amsterdam) about 1640, but because of th 1 CONC e Dutch persecution of the Quakers, he removed in Rhode Isl 1 CONC and shortly thereafter. However, descendents of Wilbur Bart 1 CONC on, Emily's brother, also claim a relationship to Clara Bar 1 CONC ton. Wilbur's great grand daughter Jane Townsend Antonett 1 CONC i recalls her mother telling of her mother and she visitin 1 CONC g with Clara Barton in the early 1900s. In fact, Jane's mot 1 CONC her was named after her. I'll leave it to the reader whethe 1 CONC r or not to claim a relationship to Clara Barton.) 0 @I11495@ INDI 1 NAME Charles Barton /Osborn/ 2 GIVN Charles Barton 2 SURN Osborn 2 SOUR @S68@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1 Jan 1847 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Jan 1915 2 PLAC So. Mason Valley, Lyon, Nevada 1 BURI 2 DATE Jan 1915 2 PLAC Valley View Cemetery, Lyon, Nevada 1 AFN 2035-5W 1 _UID A0BF71F7C4814C6DAF063E5D870C5F8289D9 1 CHAN 2 DATE 17 Feb 2007 3 TIME 07:02 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Gravestone Chas B Osborn.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Charles Barton Osborn 2.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE C:\Documents and Settings\Roy\My Documents\Surnames\Genealogy Pictures\Osborne\Charles Barton Osborn.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4233@ 1 FAMC @F497@ 1 NOTE @NI11495@ 0 @NI11495@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of children's birth and marriage: Family records ma 1 CONC intained by Earl Richard Osborne. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following Bits of Historical Items About the Osborn(e 1 CONC ) Family as told to Ruth Batchelder Fraias by her mother Em 1 CONC ma Adel Osborn Batchelder: 1 CONT 1 CONT A man by the name of Hod Raymond owned the ranch jus 1 CONC t south of Grandpa Osborn's (Charles Barton Osborn). Fre 1 CONC d and Mary (Allum) Dunn lived on that ranch while I, Ruth 1 CONC , was growing up. After Dunns left there, the Fenili famil 1 CONC y lived there and two of the Fenili men died there with th 1 CONC e flu in 1918-19. Dave Menesini now owns the ranch. 1 CONT 1 CONT Grandpa Osborn willed his ranch to Uncle George Barto 1 CONC n Osborn(e). It was later sold to Fidel Canales and is no 1 CONC w owned by Herman Ogle. When Charles and Emily Osborn sepa 1 CONC rated and were later divorced, she took the northern part o 1 CONC f the ranch and built a two-story (story and a half) house 1 CONC , which burned about 1930, or thereabouts. 1 CONT 1 CONT A Mr. Holland rented Hod Raymond's ranch. He was a br 1 CONC other to Mrs. Kaufman, who was the mother of Lulu Belle Kau 1 CONC fman Anderson, Georgianne Kaufman La Baron and Chester Kauf 1 CONC man. Mr. Raymond was a bachelor who worked around on vario 1 CONC us ranches when needed. About 1880 Grandpa Osborn was gon 1 CONC e somewhere, and Grandma Osborn went to a church meeting o 1 CONC f some kind. Phelps and George were left at home with Mr 1 CONC . Raymond to watch out for them. Emma and Alice were lef 1 CONC t at the Bill Baker place. 1 CONT 1 CONT While the parents were away there was a big flood 1 CONC . A ditch (big) ran past the Raymond ranch to the Walker R 1 CONC iver, Mr. Raymond disappeared and his body was later foun 1 CONC d in the river channel, weighted down by irons. Mama think 1 CONC s Uncle Phelps found him (the body) but is not sure of that 1 CONC . Uncle Phelps would have been about ten (years of age) th 1 CONC en. Everyone thought that Mr. Holland killed Mr. Raymond, b 1 CONC ut nothing was ever proved. Emma heard afterwards that he 1 CONC r father, Charles Barton Osborn, was suspected because he w 1 CONC as jealous of Mr. Raymond's attention to her mother (Emil 1 CONC y Barton Osborn). Mama (Emma) thinks this is untrue, becau 1 CONC se she does not think that Charles cared enough about Emil 1 CONC y to be jealous at that time. Of course Emma was only abou 1 CONC t eight years of age so she would not know much about it, a 1 CONC nd would have been told less (as time went by). 1 CONT 1 CONT Emma also heard later that Grandpa (Charles Barton Osb 1 CONC orn) killed a man in California. He lived in California fo 1 CONC r about a year after his marriage (to Emily Barton) at Mode 1 CONC sto. However, he was never convicted of any crime. 1 CONT 1 CONT Mama thinks Aunt Alice was between one and two years o 1 CONC ld when Grandpa and Grandma separated, but she does not kno 1 CONC w when they were divorced. 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles Osborn and Emily Barton were related in some w 1 CONC ay, but Mama does not know just how. They were children to 1 CONC gether in Michigan, and Charles was very fond of her brothe 1 CONC r Charles (Barton). He (Charles Osborn) had no middle name 1 CONC , so he took Barton as his middle name -- explaining the si 1 CONC milarity in names. Charles spelled his name "Osborn" but E 1 CONC mily added the "e" to her name and the children's names whe 1 CONC n she divorced Charles. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cornelius Osborn and his son Nelson: Cornelius was Cha 1 CONC rles Barton Osborn's father and Nelson was Charles' brother 1 CONC . They are supposed (credited) to have planted the first ( 1 CONC successful) field of alfalfa in Mason Valley (small patche 1 CONC s had been raised before). It was raised in the field dire 1 CONC ctly west of the corrals at the (later) George Edmund Batch 1 CONC elder ranch, where Leland Burr now farms. Everyone (some p 1 CONC ersons) wanted Nelson to plow up the alfalfa because they w 1 CONC ere sure it would kill cattle - some cows had bloated on it. 1 CONT 1 CONT Grandfather Cornelius Osborn had married four times 1 CONC . The second wife was the mother of Charles, Mary (Greely) 1 CONC , and Nelson. The first wife was the mother of Frank an 1 CONC d a daughter who's name Mama (Emma) does not know. She thi 1 CONC nks that the girl became a nurse and lived at Hawthorne, Ne 1 CONC vada (at one time). Cornelius second wife's name was Matil 1 CONC da - his third was Anne. He didn't know the fourth wife ve 1 CONC ry well when he married her, and after they were married h 1 CONC e found out that her name was Matilda Anne, so he just call 1 CONC ed her "Wife". 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles was the youngest child. 1 CONT 1 CONT Anne was always described as a "devil", but Matilda An 1 CONC ne was a very nice woman. She was an aunt of Carrie Conkli 1 CONC n of Dayton (Nevada). Carrie married Fred C. Batchelder 1 CONC , a brother to George Edmund Batchelder who married Emma Ad 1 CONC el Osborn. 1 CONT 1 CONT Chas. B. Osborn found in: AZ, CA, ID, NV, 1850-1951 Marriag 1 CONC e Index 1 CONT Primary Person: The gender of Chas. B. Osborn is male. 1 CONT Spouse: The gender of Emily Barton is female. 1 CONT Marriage: The marriage date was Oct 19, 1876. The locatio 1 CONC n was Gold Hill, Storey Co., Nevada. 1 CONT Source Location: This record can be found in the marriage b 1 CONC ook at the County Courthouse located in Storey Co., NV in V 1 CONC olume A on Page 380. 1 CONT 1 CONT Emily Barton (Osborn(e)) came to Mason Valley in 1875 1 CONC , to teach school. 1 CONT 1 CONT She returned to Michigan for the birth of her first ch 1 CONC ild, Phelps, in 1877. 1 CONT She also visited her Michigan home about 1884 and brough 1 CONC t back some bees to Mason Valley -- supposedly the queen be 1 CONC e first domesticated bees introduced into the valley. Sh 1 CONC e always kept bees and Mama can remember that honey was use 1 CONC d almost exclusively as a sweetener - sugar was kept in han 1 CONC d in a limited quantity for special occasions. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1880 Federal census for Mason Valley, Esmeralda, Nevad 1 CONC a contains the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles B. OSBORN Self M Male W 33 MI Farmer NY MI 1 CONT Emma B. OSBORN Wife M Female W 32 MI Keepin 1 CONC g House VT NY 1 CONT Sydney P. OSBORN Son S Male W 2 MI MI M 1 CONC I 1 CONT Wilber F. OSBORN BroL M Male W 34 MI Farmin 1 CONC g VT NY 1 CONT Kate GUYER Other S Female W 30 MI House Wor 1 CONC k PA PA 1 CONT Nelson B. OSBORN Brother S Male W 38 MI Farm 1 CONC er NY MI 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is recorded in Book J, page 115, of Miscellan 1 CONC eous Records, in the Lyon County, NV Court House in File No 1 CONC . 12663: 1 CONT 1 CONT IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVAD 1 CONC A, IN AND FOR LYON COUNTY. 1 CONT 1 CONT In the matter of the Estate of Charles B. Osborn, Deceased 1 CONC . Decree of Settlement of Final Account and Distribution. 1 CONT 1 CONT S. P. Osborn and George B. Osborn, executors of the la 1 CONC st Will and Testament of Charles B. Osborn, deceased, havin 1 CONC g on the 14th day of May, 1915, rendered and filed herei 1 CONC n a full account and report of their administration of sai 1 CONC d estate, which account was for a final settlement, and hav 1 CONC ing with said account and report filed their petition and d 1 CONC istribution of said estate; 1 CONT 1 CONT And the said account and report and petition for distr 1 CONC ibution this day coming on regularly to be heard, proof hav 1 CONC ing been made to the satisfaction of the Court that the Cle 1 CONC rk has given notice of the time set for the hearing and set 1 CONC tlement of said account and the hearing upon said petitio 1 CONC n for distribution, in the manner and for the time require 1 CONC d by law; that the only persons interested in said estate b 1 CONC esides said petitioners are Mrs. Emma Batchelder, survivin 1 CONC g daughter of said deceased, Alice L. Osborn, daughter of s 1 CONC aid deceased and Ruch (sic) G. Batchelder, grand-daughter o 1 CONC f said deceased; that said Alice L. Osborn has filed herei 1 CONC n her waiver, in writing, waiving all notice of all proceed 1 CONC ings had in the administration of the estate of said deceas 1 CONC ed, and said Emma Batchelder has, in her own behalf, and a 1 CONC s guardian of the person and estate of said Ruth C. Batchel 1 CONC der, been served with notice of said hearing upon said acco 1 CONC unt and petition and has admitted, in writing, service of s 1 CONC uch notice and has waived any other or further notice whic 1 CONC h may be required by law; 1 CONT 1 CONT And it appearing that said account is in all respect 1 CONC s true and correct and according to law; that no claims hav 1 CONC e been presented against said estate; that no moneys belong 1 CONC ing to said estate have been received by said executors, bu 1 CONC t all expenses of the administration of said estate have be 1 CONC en paid by said executors from private funds not belongin 1 CONC g to said estate and all expenses of closing said estate wi 1 CONC ll likewise be paid from such funds; that all taxes due fro 1 CONC m said estate have been paid and said estate is now in a co 1 CONC ndition to be closed; 1 CONT 1 CONT It is Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed that said final ac 1 CONC count and report be, and the same hereby is allowed, settle 1 CONC d and approved. 1 CONT 1 CONT And it further appearing that said Charles B. Osborn d 1 CONC ied testate in the County of Lyon and State of Nevada upo 1 CONC n the 10th day of January 1915, 1 CONT leaving him surviving his two sons, the said executors, tw 1 CONC o daughters, Mrs. Emma Batchelder and Alice L. Osborn, th 1 CONC e former of whom now resides in this county and state and t 1 CONC he latter of whom now resides in the county of Washoe in th 1 CONC is State; 1 CONT 1 CONT That in and by the last Will and Testament of said dec 1 CONC eased, heretofore admitted to probate in this Court and cau 1 CONC se, all personal property owned by said deceased at the tim 1 CONC e of his death was bequeathed to his son, S. P. Osborn upo 1 CONC n the condition that he pay to his sister, Mrs. Emma Batche 1 CONC lder, one of the daughters of said deceased, the sum of fif 1 CONC ty dollars; that each of the parcels of real property herei 1 CONC nafter described was by said last will and testament devise 1 CONC d to the respective persons to whom they are hereinafter di 1 CONC stributed by this decree, the parcel set apart to said Geor 1 CONC ge B. Osborn being so devised to him upon the condition tha 1 CONC t he pay all debts owing by said deceased at the time of hi 1 CONC s death, and his funeral expenses; that all the condition 1 CONC s attached to said devises and bequeaths have been fully pe 1 CONC rformed, and the respective devices and legatees named in s 1 CONC aid will are entitled to have distributed to them the prope 1 CONC rties devised and bequeathed to them by said will. 1 CONT 1 CONT It is further Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed that the r 1 CONC esidue of said estate remaining in the hands of said execut 1 CONC ors, and hereinafter particularly described, be, and the sa 1 CONC me, hereby is distributed as follows: 1 CONT 1 CONT To S. P. Osborn, son of said deceased, all property be 1 CONC longing to said deceased, as hereinafter described, and al 1 CONC l other personal property not now known or discovered or he 1 CONC rein described, owned by said deceased at the time of his d 1 CONC eath, or in which said deceased had any interest at said ti 1 CONC me. 1 CONT 1 CONT To George B. Osborn, son of said deceased, five (5) sh 1 CONC ares of the Capital stock of the Mickey Ditch Company, a co 1 CONC rporation and eighty acres of land described as the West ha 1 CONC lf of the North-east quarter of Section Fifteen, in Townshi 1 CONC p Twelve North, Range twenty-five East, Mount Diablo Base a 1 CONC nd Meridian, situate in Lyon County, Nevada. 1 CONT 1 CONT To Alice L. Osborne, daughter of said deceased, sixt 1 CONC y acres of land described as the Southeast quarter of the N 1 CONC orthwest quarter of Section Ten, Township Twelve North, Ran 1 CONC ge Twenty-five East, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, situat 1 CONC e in said County of Lyon. 1 CONT 1 CONT To Ruth G. Batchelder, granddaughter of said deceased 1 CONC , sixty acres of land described as the South-east quarter o 1 CONC f the South-west quarter of Section Three and the North hal 1 CONC f of the North-east quarter of the North-west quarter of Se 1 CONC ction Ten in Township Twelve North Range Twenty-five East 1 CONC , Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, situate in said County o 1 CONC f Lyon. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following is a particular description of the sai 1 CONC d residue of said estate referred to in this decree, and o 1 CONC f which distribution is now ordered as aforesaid: 1 CONT 1 CONT PERSONAL PROPERTY: 1 CONT 1 CONT One four year old black filly, branded S O. weigh 1 CONC ing about 1100 pounds; two three year old bay geldings, wei 1 CONC ghing about 1000 pounds each, and each branded S O.; one br 1 CONC own mare six years old weighing about 1200 and brande 1 CONC d S O ; one old bay mare known as the "Downey mare", weighi 1 CONC ng about 1300 pounds; one old sorrel mare weighing about 11 1 CONC 00 pounds; one set leather express harness; one set old cha 1 CONC in harness; one set single driving harness; one spring wago 1 CONC n; one roan milk cow branded O S; one brown Jersey cow wit 1 CONC h long ears and no brand; one white faced cow branded S O 1 CONC ; one two year old red roan heifer branded S O; three hea 1 CONC d three year old red heifers, each branded S O; two sucklin 1 CONC g caves, heifer and steer; one black heifer calf eight mont 1 CONC hs old; three dozen Plymouth Rock hens; one Plymouth Rock r 1 CONC ooster; one white rooster; eight turkey hens and one gobble 1 CONC r; one six tined fork; three iron derrick blocks; one 1 1/ 1 CONC 2 inch grass rope about 40 feet long; fifty tons of alfalf 1 CONC a hay; one hay wagon with iron wheels in front and wood whe 1 CONC els at rear; one all iron hay rake; one mowing machine; on 1 CONC e two horse Fresno Scraper; one three horse riding plow; on 1 CONC e single horse garden cultivator. 1 CONT 1 CONT Real Property. The West half of the North-east quarte 1 CONC r (w1/2 of NE1/4) of Section Fifteen (15) in Township Twelv 1 CONC e North, Range Twenty-five East, Mount Diablo Base and meri 1 CONC dian, and five (5) shares of Capital stock of the Mickey Di 1 CONC tch Company, a corporation; all of which was by said will d 1 CONC evised to said George B. Osborn; 1 CONT 1 CONT The Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Sect 1 CONC ion Ten (SE1/4 of NW1/4 of 10), and the South half of the N 1 CONC ortheast quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section Ten (S 1 CONC 1/2 of NE1/4 of NW1/4 of 10), in said township and range, d 1 CONC evised to said Alice L. Osborne; and 1 CONT 1 CONT The Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of Sect 1 CONC ion Three (SE1/4 of SW1/4 of 3) and the North half of the N 1 CONC ortheast quarter of Northwest Quarter (N1/2 of NE1/4 of 10) 1 CONC , devised to said Ruth G. Batchelder. 1 CONT 1 CONT Done in open Court this 5th day of June A.D. 1915. T 1 CONC . C. Hart, District Judge. 1 CONT ... 1 CONT Recorded at Request of George Osborn, Jun 7th, 1915 at 5 Mi 1 CONC n. past 2 P.M. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Florence Ellis materials contain the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Mason Valley, Nevada 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles B. Osborne One of Our Pioneer 1 CONC s Called 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles B. Osborne departed this life Sunday evening, at hi 1 CONC s home in Missouri Flat, after an illness of a few hours, o 1 CONC nly. Deceasee was stricken with apoplexy while driving to h 1 CONC is home, in company with Mrs. Fitzgerald, Sunday afternoo 1 CONC n and passed away at 6:30 o'clock that evening. Funderal se 1 CONC rvices were held at the home Tuesday afternoon, conducted b 1 CONC y Rev. Frank Summers, with interment at the cemetery therea 1 CONC fter. Charles B. Osborne was born January 1, 1847 at Tekons 1 CONC ha, Calhoun County, Michigan, where he lived until 1858. H 1 CONC e moved to Illinois with his parents, residing there two ye 1 CONC ars, in 1860 with his father, brother Nelson, sister Mary a 1 CONC nd a number of relatives he crossed the plains to Calif. b 1 CONC y ox team. At the age of twenty he moved from California t 1 CONC o Silver City, Nevada living there until 1872 when he too 1 CONC k up residence in Mason Valley, remaining there continuall 1 CONC y til his death. Surviving Mr. Osborne are N. D. Osborne 1 CONC , a brother residing at Battle Creek, Michigan and four chi 1 CONC ldren residing in Mason Valley, G. P. and George B. Osborne 1 CONC , Miss Alice Osborne and Mrs. George E. Bachelder. (RCL no 1 CONC te: son G. P. Osborne must be Sidney Phelps Osborne.) 0 @I11496@ INDI 1 NAME William Sidney /Barton/ 2 GIVN William Sidney 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 25 Apr 1815 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Feb 1883 2 PLAC Burlington, Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Cancer of stomach 1 _UID D05A5CB137B348508585D9C928D48305E925 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Aug 2007 3 TIME 10:40 1 FAMS @F4234@ 1 FAMC @F4235@ 1 NOTE @NI11496@ 2 SOUR @S106@ 0 @NI11496@ NOTE 1 CONC Source: 1880 Nevada census for children Wilber F. and Emm 1 CONC a indicated father was born in Vermont and mother was bor 1 CONC n in New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT However, a page entitled Tidbits, dated 12-25-89 and includ 1 CONC ed in an Osborn history prepared by Earl and Tommi Osborne 1 CONC , indicates the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Sidney Barton was born in Skene Attles, New York. He marri 1 CONC ed Louisa Olds who was born in Wells, New York. (RCL note 1 CONC : Skene Attles is now spelled Skaneateles. Likewise, Louis 1 CONC a was very probably born in Wells, VT, not Wells, NY.) 1 CONT 1 CONT As mentioned elsewhere, Cornelius Osborn homesteaded proper 1 CONC ty in Mason Valley, Nevada in the name of Sidney Barton. O 1 CONC n 26 September 1876, Sidney and Louisa Barton of Calhoun Co 1 CONC unty, Michigan, granted this property (consisting of 260 ac 1 CONC res) to Emily Barton of Mason Valley, Esmeralda County, Nev 1 CONC ada, for $60.00 gold coin. 1 CONT 1 CONT Alice Louisa Osborn Perry wrote the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT The mother of Louisa Olds was full blooded Spanish - henc 1 CONC e the descendants had large brown eyes and olive skin. 1 CONT 1 CONT None were very prosperous until late in life. Physiques we 1 CONC re short and fat. (Many) had good educations. Eben was a l 1 CONC awyer, Harry and Emma taught schools (Emily sometimes know 1 CONC n as Emma was really Emily Barton Osborn(e)). 1 CONT 1 CONT They were long lived but had leg troubles. Sidney Barton h 1 CONC ad one leg (shorter than the other) shortened with sciatac 1 CONC a in his forties. Wilber was on crutches before he died. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1850 Michigan Calhoun County federal census taken 19 Ju 1 CONC ly 1850 for the Town of Marshall indicates the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 278, house 252, family 265: 1 CONT 1 CONT Name Age Gender Occupatio 1 CONC n Birthplace 1 CONT 1 CONT W. S. Barton 35 M Carpente 1 CONC r New York 1 CONT 1 CONT L.L. 3 1 CONC 0 F Vermont 1 CONT 1 CONT L. 9 FMichigan 1 CONT 1 CONT C.L. 5 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT W. 3 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT E. 2 F " 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1860 Michigan Calhoun County federal census taken 25 Ju 1 CONC ne 1860 for the township of Marshall indicates the followin 1 CONC g: 1 CONT 1 CONT Pages 591 and 592, house 883 family 830: 1 CONT 1 CONT Name Age Gender Occupation Real Pe 1 CONC rsonal Birthplace 1 CONT 1 CONT William S. Barton 45 M Wagonmaker $300 1 CONC 0 $500 New York 1 CONT 1 CONT Louisa 4 1 CONC 0 F Vermont 1 CONT 1 CONT Lucinda 18 F Michigan 1 CONT 1 CONT Charles 1 1 CONC 5 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT Wilbur 1 1 CONC 3 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT Emily 1 1 CONC 2 F " 1 CONT 1 CONT George 8 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT Eben 8 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT Sidney 3 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT Baby 3/1 1 CONC 2 M " 1 CONT 1 CONT The Calhoun County business directory for 1869-70 lists Wm 1 CONC . S. Barton as a farmer in Burlington, Section 11. Of inter 1 CONC est, there is also a Wm. Olds in Burlington, livery stable 1 CONC , and a Chas. Osborn, building mover listed. 1 CONT 1 CONT The index to the 1870 Michigan Calhoun County census was fi 1 CONC nally completed. For the township of Burlington Township 1 CONC , I found the following: 1 CONT Dwelling and family number 30 contains the following entry: 1 CONT 1 CONT Barton, William 55 m Farmer $5,000 $493 Ne 1 CONC w York 1 CONT 1 CONT Louisa 50 f Keeping house Ve 1 CONC rmont 1 CONT 1 CONT Eben 16 m Works on farm Mi 1 CONC chigan 1 CONT 1 CONT Sidney F. 13 m At school works on farm Mi 1 CONC chigan 1 CONT 1 CONT Harry L. 11 m At school works on farm Mi 1 CONC chigan 1 CONT 1 CONT Dwelling and family number 31 contains the following entry: 1 CONT 1 CONT Barton, Nathanel 79 m At home Rh 1 CONC ode Island 1 CONT 1 CONT Lucinda 78 f Keeping House Ne 1 CONC w York 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1880 Michigan Calhoun County federal census for Burling 1 CONC ton township indicates the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Vol 4, Enumeration District 63 Sheet 14 Line 24 House 574 F 1 CONC amily 575 1 CONT 1 CONT Name Age Gender Relationship Occupatio 1 CONC n Birthplace 1 CONT 1 CONT William S. Barton 65 M Farme 1 CONC r NY RI NY 1 CONT 1 CONT Louisa L. 60 F Wif 1 CONC e VT NY NY 1 CONT 1 CONT Harry 19 M So 1 CONC n MI NY VT 1 CONT 1 CONT Dickey Lucinda G. 9 F Granddaughte 1 CONC r MI MI MI 1 CONT 1 CONT Eben C. 26 M So 1 CONC n MI NY VT 1 CONT 1 CONT Susan 24 F Daughter-in-la 1 CONC w MI NY NY 1 CONT 1 CONT To eliminate future confusion, there is a Wm. S. Barton lis 1 CONC ted in the 1870 Lincoln County, NV federal census in the Me 1 CONC adow Valley enumeration district. However, this is a 25 ye 1 CONC ar old farmer who was born in Illinois whose wife was bor 1 CONC n in Iowa. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Calhoun County, Michigan, 1877, L. H. Everts & C 1 CONC o., page 158 under Burlington Township, Civil Organization 1 CONC , William S. Barton is mentioned as a Justice of the Peace. 1 CONT 1 CONT On a visit to the Calhoun County Court House at Marshall, M 1 CONC ichigan in 1997 I finally solved the mystery of the parenta 1 CONC ge of our Sidney Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Record of Death Book 2, page 28, record 223 indicates the f 1 CONC ollowing: 1 CONT 1 CONT William S. Barton died Feb. 13, 1883 at Burlington, Calhou 1 CONC n County, Michigan of stomach cancer. He was born in New Y 1 CONC ork and was a farmer. His father was Nathan S. Barton and h 1 CONC is mother was Lucinda Barton. Date of Record: May 27, 1885. 1 CONT 1 CONT Based on his age at death, his birth date would be about Ma 1 CONC y 24, 1815. 0 @I11497@ INDI 1 NAME Louisa L. /Olds/ 2 GIVN Louisa L. 2 SURN Olds 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 2 Apr 1820 2 PLAC , , Vermont 1 DEAT 2 DATE 12 Apr 1906 2 PLAC Tekonsha Twp.Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Consumption 1 _UID 3BBEBD27F3514F3AABE2A5D44AB58F478556 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4234@ 1 FAMC @F173@ 1 NOTE @NI11497@ 0 @NI11497@ NOTE 1 CONC In January 1998 I posted the following query on an Olds gen 1 CONC ealogy mailing list on the Internet: 1 CONT 1 CONT According to family lore, my wife's 2great grandmother Loui 1 CONC sa L. OLDS was born about in Wells, New York. However, 185 1 CONC 0, 60, and 80 census information indicate she was born in V 1 CONC ermont. The 1880 census for her indicates both her parent 1 CONC s were born in New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT She married William Sidney Barton in New York and by 1840 t 1 CONC hey were living in Calhoun County, Michigan where their fam 1 CONC ily was born and raised. Her husband died there in 1883 s 1 CONC o I imagine she did sometime later. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earline Killian responde 1 CONC d with: 1 CONT 1 CONT I have the families of Luther Olds and he was born in New Y 1 CONC ork also. In fact, of what I know of the Olds they were al 1 CONC most all born in New York. A couple in Vermont. 1 CONT 1 CONT Luther's father was Isaac Olds and his mother's name was Ma 1 CONC rtha B. last name unknown. Luther Olds stayed in MI and i 1 CONC s buried beside his wife Dorcas Young in the Young Cemeter 1 CONC y in Calhoun County, MI. We descend from Luther's son Davi 1 CONC d Olds and his wife Martha Lamb both from Michigan. Part o 1 CONC f the family came West to Genoa Nevada when it was the terr 1 CONC itory of Utah. They stayed in Carson Valley area and the 1 CONC n went down to around Bishop, CA. and died and are buried t 1 CONC here. 1 CONT 1 CONT We have two Louisa's in the family both born much later tha 1 CONC n your Louisa Olds. Both born in Nevada. At this time 1 CONC , I can not find any help for you. 1 CONT 1 CONT I feel there may be a connection, because all of these Old 1 CONC s were in New York and all born about the same time. I wil 1 CONC l let you know if I find anything definite. Please let m 1 CONC e know if you get good response. Olds are hard to find. 1 CONT 1 CONT Based on this, I began seeing a possible pattern. I respon 1 CONC ded with the following message: 1 CONT 1 CONT Earline, like you, I feel there is probably a connection he 1 CONC re. There are just too many similar circumstances. Whil 1 CONC e I have very little on the Olds line, I will include som 1 CONC e Barton and Osborn(e) information at the end so we follo 1 CONC w the time line. 1 CONT 1 CONT You said Luther's father was Isaac Olds and his mother's na 1 CONC me was Martha B. last name unknown. Luther Olds stayed in M 1 CONC I and is buried beside his wife Dorcas Young in the Young C 1 CONC emetery in Calhoun County, MI. We desend from Luther's so 1 CONC n David Olds and his wife Martha Lamb both from Michigan. 1 CONT 1 CONT Where in Calhoun County is the Young Cemetery located? Lou 1 CONC ise Olds and her husband William Sidney Barton were livin 1 CONC g in Burlington at the time of his death in 1883. (See hi 1 CONC s story at the end - they had apparently lived there for so 1 CONC me time.) 1 CONT 1 CONT You said part of the family came West to Genoa, Nevada whe 1 CONC n it was the territory of Utah. They stayed in Carson Vall 1 CONC ey area and then went down to around Bishop, CA. and died a 1 CONC nd are buried there. 1 CONT 1 CONT As you can see from the Cornelius Osborn notes below, som 1 CONC e of the family moved about 1864 to Gold Hill, NV (about 1 1 CONC 0 miles NE of Carson City.) Genoa is down at the south en 1 CONC d of Carson Valley just a little NW of Smith Valley where m 1 CONC y wife's brother and father still live today near Wellingto 1 CONC n. Immediately east of Smith Valley is Mason Valley wher 1 CONC e Cornelius Osborn eventually settled in Yerington. 1 CONT 1 CONT You said you feel there may be a connection, because all o 1 CONC f these Olds were in New York and all born about the same t 1 CONC ime. 1 CONT 1 CONT Earline, Please read these notes and see if any of it ring 1 CONC s a bell with you. 1 CONT 1 CONT (Here, I included the notes from the tid bits provided by A 1 CONC lice Louisa Osborn Perry that are included in the notes fo 1 CONC r Cornelius Osborn pertaining to the Barton family history.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Shortly after this exchange, I was reviewing the census rec 1 CONC ords for early New York attempting to trace Cornelius Osbor 1 CONC n's ancestry back to Suffolk County on Long Island where Th 1 CONC omas Osborn had settled in 1640. The Cornelius Osborn enum 1 CONC erated in the 1855 Greece, Monroe County, New York census w 1 CONC as born in Suffolk County in about 1790. By 1820 he was i 1 CONC n Washington County, New York when his first child was born 1 CONC . While checking the census for Washington County for Osbo 1 CONC rns, I was surprised to find several Olds families there 1 CONC . Tracing back through the 1810 and 1800 censuses I foun 1 CONC d Olds families there. 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1800, Elijah, James, Samuel and Zebulon Olds were in Cay 1 CONC uga Co (just west of where William Sidney Barton was born i 1 CONC n 1823.) James, and Timothy Olds were in Onondaga County ( 1 CONC where William Sidney Barton was born.) John and Stephen Ol 1 CONC ds were in Washington County (just north of where where Nat 1 CONC han Sisson Barton was about the same time.) In addition, Jo 1 CONC seph and Rufus Olds were in Ontario County and Mediam Old 1 CONC s was in Saratoga County. 1 CONT 1 CONT As said above, the ancestry of our Louisa Olds is not clear 1 CONC . Both the LDS International Genealogical Index and Ancest 1 CONC ral File contain a Louisa Olds that could very well be ours 1 CONC . Louisa Katherine Olds has a significant pedigree going b 1 CONC ack many generations. We know our Louisa Olds was born abou 1 CONC t 1820 very probably in the area near the New York/Vermon 1 CONC t border. Family lore says she was born in Wells which i 1 CONC s about 40 miles west of the border. The LDS IGI indicate 1 CONC s that Louisa Katherine Olds was born 23 Nov 1824 at Ft. An 1 CONC n, Washington County, New York. This is only a few miles f 1 CONC rom where William Sidney Barton's grandfather Rufus settle 1 CONC d about 1791 and remained there until he moved again to Lan 1 CONC singburgh about 1810. Lansingburgh is only 20 - 30 miles f 1 CONC urther to the southwest. 1 CONT 1 CONT Since all of Louisa Katherine Olds' ancestors are from th 1 CONC e LDS IGI and Ancestral File, there are only the vital stat 1 CONC istic information provided. There is no accompanying text. 1 CONT 1 CONT Readers should take into consideration the fact that this l 1 CONC ink is not proved. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jane Townsend Antonetti's notes: William & Louisa had thre 1 CONC e other children who died. Wilbur, Eben and Harry were par 1 CONC tners in 2 peppermint distilleries north of Burlington. Ha 1 CONC rry beat Wilbur out of his share. (Per my Aunt Eleanore Tow 1 CONC nsend Kemp) 1 CONT 1 CONT Also, according to records that my cousin Larry Pio found i 1 CONC n Michigan (1860 & 1900 census, local newsletter etc.. Will 1 CONC iam S. Barton was also referred to as Sidney, his father wa 1 CONC s Nathan S. Barton and his mother was Lucinda. William wa 1 CONC s born in New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT Jane (Townsend) Antonetti's notes: According to my Aunt Sh 1 CONC irley and Aunt Eleanore (great-grandaughters of William Bar 1 CONC ton and Louisa Olds) Louisa's Father was Joseph J. Olds (al 1 CONC so called Carmi) and his wife's name was Olive Clark. Carm 1 CONC i was said to be a Methodist minister and that he is burie 1 CONC d in Grand Rapids, Michigan. 1 CONT 1 CONT I was also told that Louisa had a nephew named Schyler Old 1 CONC s who was a politician. 1 CONT 1 CONT According to the 1860 &1900 Michigan Census and the Calhou 1 CONC n County death records, Louisa is listed as Louisa L. Olds 1 CONC , born May 1820, though the death certificate indicates 4/2 1 CONC /20. The birthplace listed is Vermont. The 1900 census in 1 CONC dicates 9 children, 7 still living. Her father was liste 1 CONC d as Joseph J. Olds (born in New York). Her mother is list 1 CONC ed as Olive Clark (born in New York) Both are also listed a 1 CONC s being born in Michigan in another source. 1 CONT 1 CONT While at the Calhoun County Court House in Marshall, MI i 1 CONC n July 2001 I found the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Record of Calhoun County Deaths, Book 3, page 224 #188. Ap 1 CONC r 12, 1906, Louisa L. Barton Tekonsha Twp age 86 - 10, Cons 1 CONC umption, Born Vermont, Father Joseph J. Olds, Mother Oliv 1 CONC e Clark, both apparently resided in Michigan. 0 @I11498@ INDI 1 NAME Susanna /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Susanna 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1649-1650 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 28 May 1734 2 PLAC Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts 1 AFN 93ZN-WW 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID 25A94B43563A447E8AC46F3B7B3F73C69916 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4237@ 1 FAMC @F4258@ 1 NOTE @NI11498@ 0 @NI11498@ NOTE 1 CONC At the Rhode Island Historical Society Library in Providenc 1 CONC e, there is a handwritten manuscript, Gen. Mss CS 71 .B33 1 CONC 6 no. 1, apparently modern since it is on lined paper. I 1 CONC t contains the will of Susannah. 1 CONT 1 CONT Widow Susannah made her will May 3, 1727 and it was prove 1 CONC d Dec. 8, 1735. Execd was son-in-law Henry Tucker of Dartmo 1 CONC uth. To son Rufus, feather bed, silver cup or bowl, marke 1 CONC d S. S. A. and R. B. M. and after him to his son Rufus, bec 1 CONC ause it hath his name on it. To granddaughter Susanna Chels 1 CONC ey, wife of Wm. Chelsey, £25. To six grandsons, sons of dau 1 CONC ghter Mary Greene, deceased, each a Bible of 10 sh. price 1 CONC . To grandson, Benjamin Barton, son of Andrew, a feather be 1 CONC d &c. To granddaughter Susannah Barton, daughter of Andrew 1 CONC , a black suit of clothes and a Bible of 10 sh. price. To t 1 CONC hree grandchildren, children of Naomi Carr, my daughter, de 1 CONC ceased, late of James town, viz. Ruth Slocum, Edward Car 1 CONC , & Benjamin Carr, each a Bible at age. To granddaughter R 1 CONC uth Slocum £50 at eighteen, and another sum of £50 due he 1 CONC r by will of her father Ebenezer Slocum, she is to have i 1 CONC f she can secure it from her father-in-law (i. 1 CONT e., step father) Edward Carr, it being a matter in controv 1 CONC ersy. To daughter Phebe Tucker, all house hold goods of al 1 CONC l sorts, and rest of estate, as money cattle, etc. 1 CONT 1 CONT Inventory £152-10-11 - silver cups, silver spoons, etc. 1 CONT Children 1 CONT Rufus. mar. Sarah Robinson (Rowland) 1 CONT Andrew " Rebecca Low (John) 1 CONT Mary b. 1678. May 1; d. Mar 6, 1713; mar. Mar.17 1698 Jabe 1 CONC z Greene, b. May 17, 1673l d, Oct 1, 1741 son of James an 1 CONC d Elizabeth (Anthony) Greend. Their children were Susannah 1 CONC , b. June 30, 1699; James, b. Apr. 24, 1701; Benjamin, b. 1 CONT Feb. 16, 1704; Jabez, b. July 26, 1705, Nathaniel, b. Nov 1 CONC . 4, 1707; John, b. Feb 14, 1710, Rufus, b. June 2, 1712. 1 CONT 1 CONT Phebe, m. 1704 Henry Tucker (Abraham) 1 CONT Naomi, m. (1) Ebenezer Slocum; m. (2) Edward Carr. 1 CONT 1 CONT Austin p. 251 was quoted at the bottom of the page. (RC 1 CONC L - p250 of Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Islan 1 CONC d does in fact have Susannah Barton's same will.) 0 @I11499@ INDI 1 NAME Andrew /Barton/ 2 GIVN Andrew 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1675 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 19 Apr 1723 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID 5D747B64FA684A75ADFB711E8A9CC95B5205 1 CHAN 2 DATE 3 Aug 2009 3 TIME 10:46 1 FAMS @F4239@ 1 FAMC @F4237@ 1 NOTE @NI11499@ 0 @NI11499@ NOTE 1 CONC Several of the IGI entries for Andrew Barton and Rebecah Lo 1 CONC w indicate the marriage date as about 1695 and 1702. The m 1 CONC arriage place is Swanzea, Warren, Rhode Island. Since thi 1 CONC s area was part of Massachusetts until 1747 it was probabl 1 CONC y Swansea, Massachusetts. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Barton Family is a handwritten, bound manuscript in th 1 CONC e Rhode Island Historical Society Library. It is the sourc 1 CONC e of the names, birth dates, and marriages of Andrew's chil 1 CONC dren. The back of the manuscript is signed by a M. A. Benn 1 CONC s, 1942. 1 CONT 1 CONT Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island has the following a 1 CONC bout Andrew: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1723, Mar 17. Will - proved May 30. Exx. wife Rebecca. Ove 1 CONC rseers, brother Rufus and brother-in-law Anthony Low. To el 1 CONC dest son Benjamin, all lands in Warwick Neck at age, but wi 1 CONC fe to enjoy a third income of same during her widowhood. T 1 CONC o son Samuel, part of my homestead at Natick (near former d 1 CONC welling house) with a horse and half saw mill, meadow, &c. 1 CONC , at age. To son Andrew, all remaining part of homestead a 1 CONC t Natick, orchards, &c., with former dwelling house at ag 1 CONC e if his mother marries before that time, but if she remain 1 CONC s widow she to enjoy half of profits during her widowhood 1 CONC . To son Rufus, the farm Nathaniel Williams now dwells on a 1 CONC t Mashantatack, 110 acres with housing, orchard, &c. To so 1 CONC n Anthony at age, half a farm in Natick, and rights in Warw 1 CONC ick, but wife to enjoy a third of profits while widow. To d 1 CONC aughters Phebe and Susanna, land at Natick, in fork of tw 1 CONC o rivers, and to each £20, at marriage. To son Benjamin, £1 1 CONC 0, at age, and to each of the other sons, £5, at age. To wi 1 CONC fe Rebecca, all remaining part of estate, real and personal. 1 CONT 1 CONT Inventory, £354, 11s., 10d., viz: paper money 11s., silve 1 CONC r spoons 18s., a pair worsted combs, 2 feather beds, a floc 1 CONC k bed, pewter, a bible, 2 small books, a pair of oxen, 3 co 1 CONC ws, 2 three year old steers, 2 two year of steers, 5 mares 1 CONC , 1 colt, 3 yearling horses, 80 sheep, 20 lambs, 20 goats 1 CONC , 5 kids, 1 hog. Also let to Jeremiah Westcott the followin 1 CONC g stock: a pair oxen, 8 cows, 2 heifers, a bull, 20 sheep a 1 CONC nd a mare. 0 @I11500@ INDI 1 NAME Nathan Sisson /Barton/ 2 GIVN Nathan Sisson 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 May 1791 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1870 2 PLAC Burlington, Calhoun, Michigan 1 _UID 20592FC61F104C5AA97754BA5F0585A5FF7A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 OBJE 2 FORM jpg 2 FILE nathan sisson barton birth.jpg 2 _SCBK Y 2 _PRIM Y 2 _TYPE PHOTO 1 FAMS @F4235@ 1 FAMC @F4236@ 1 NOTE @NI11500@ 0 @NI11500@ NOTE 1 CONC While at the Rhode Island Genealogical Society in 1997 I ph 1 CONC oto copied a microfilm record of the actual birth recorde 1 CONC d by the Warren city clerk. 1 CONT 1 CONT Surprisingly, several years before I made the discovery tha 1 CONC t Nathan was the father of William Sidney Barton, I now fin 1 CONC d that my notes indicated Nathan Barton, 69, Carpenter, $50 1 CONC 0, $200, NY, is listed in the 1860 Tekonsha Township, Calho 1 CONC un County, Michigan federal census in household 1717, the R 1 CONC ufus Osborn residence! (I wonder where Nathan's wife Lucin 1 CONC da was during this time.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1850 Calhoun County, Town of Marshall federal census ha 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Barton, N S 59 m Carpenter Rh 1 CONC ode Island 1 CONT 1 CONT L 56 f Ne 1 CONC w York 1 CONT 1 CONT The index to the 1870 Michigan Calhoun County census was fi 1 CONC nally completed. For the township of Burlington Township 1 CONC , I found the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Dwelling and family number 31 contains the following entry: 1 CONT 1 CONT Barton, Nathanel 79 m At home Rh 1 CONC ode Island 1 CONT 1 CONT Lucinda 78 f Keeping House Ne 1 CONC w York 1 CONT 1 CONT This is adjacent to their son William S. Barton who is fami 1 CONC ly 30 in the above census. 1 CONT ---------------------------------------------- 1 CONT The fact that Nathan S. Barton, father of William S. Barto 1 CONC n is the same Nathan Sisson Barton, son of Rufus and Pruden 1 CONC ce Barton has not been proved. However, this similaritie 1 CONC s are striking. They have the same first name and middle i 1 CONC nitial. According to several Calhoun County census record 1 CONC s Nathan S. was born about 1791 in Rhode Island. Nathan Si 1 CONC sson was born on Feb. 11, 1791 in Warren, Bristol, Rhode Is 1 CONC land. 1 CONT 1 CONT The source of Nathan Sisson Barton, his siblings and his pa 1 CONC rents is the 1988 International Genealogical Index, Batch # 1 CONC : C502171, Source Call #: 908271 ITEM 2. They are also lis 1 CONC ted on page 67 of The Descendants of John Cole of Plymout 1 CONC h 1633. 1 CONT 1 CONT The notes for Nathan's mother Prudence gives us a major clu 1 CONC e on the family migration from Warren, Rhode Island to Wash 1 CONC ington County, NY between the date of birth of her last tw 1 CONC o children (1796-1799). 1 CONT 1 CONT While at the Calhoun County Court House at Marshall, Michig 1 CONC an in June, 1997 I found several records pertaining to a Ch 1 CONC arles A. and Lucy Barton. The birth records did not indicat 1 CONC e they were children of Nathan S. Barton, but it appeared t 1 CONC hey were related due to time and place. I have added the 1 CONC m as children until I can find more information. There wa 1 CONC s also a Nathan Barton of Chicago who purchased several pro 1 CONC perties in Calhoun County acent to Cayuga County. 0 @I11501@ INDI 1 NAME Lucinda // 2 GIVN Lucinda 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 8 Jan 1794 2 PLAC , , New York 1 DEAT 2 DATE 13 Feb 1880 2 PLAC Burlington, Calhoun, Michigan 2 CAUS Old age 1 _UID DB6A58662BB84067B6684EDDC2EB1852EDE7 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4235@ 1 NOTE @NI11501@ 0 @NI11501@ NOTE 1 CONC Record of Calhoun Co. Deaths 1867 - 1882, pagd 249, Burling 1 CONC ton Twp #64 Lucinda Barton, female white, widow, age 8 1 CONC 6 y 1 m 5 d died in Burlington of old age. Born in NY, no r 1 CONC ecord of parents names. Died Feb 13, 1880. 0 @I11502@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 2 SOUR @S196@ 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 20 Aug 1749 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 2 SOUR @S196@ 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Jun 1807 2 PLAC Lansingburg, Rensselaer, New York 2 SOUR @S196@ 1 _UID BFFC42E62A114695974355FDD0361007422F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4236@ 1 FAMC @F4240@ 1 NOTE @NI11502@ 0 @NI11502@ NOTE 1 CONC ====================== Rufus Barton's Early Life=========== 1 CONC ========= 1 CONT 1 CONT The IGI lists Rufus' birth as 20 AUG 1749 Warwick, Kent, Rh 1 CONC ode Island. This indicates only his wife as Prudence Cole 1 CONC . Another IGI listing shows birth as 22 Feb 1743, Kent, Rho 1 CONC de Island. One record indicates his parents as Rufus Barto 1 CONC n and Catherine. Another indicates his parents as Rufus Bar 1 CONC ton and Honour. At least two of his living descendants fee 1 CONC l that his parents are Samuel and Lillis Turner Barton. Eac 1 CONC h will be discussed below. 1 CONT 1 CONT For background we must know that Warren, Rhode Island was f 1 CONC ounded 1747 from MA towns of Barrington, Swansea, and Rehob 1 CONC oth. Also, Bristol was called Mt. Hope in 1679. Founded 16 1 CONC 81 as part of Plymouth Colony. Became Bristol Co., MA in 1 1 CONC 686. Ceded to RI in 1747. 1 CONT 1 CONT There is little doubt in my mind that our Rufus Barton of W 1 CONC arren descends from the Rufus Barton who settled in Warwic 1 CONC k and died there in 1648. A common genealogical ploy is t 1 CONC o work down from your known line and work up from the immig 1 CONC rant at the same time. Eventually the two will connect. Ho 1 CONC wever, until we make the actual connection, all general Bar 1 CONC ton information will be included here. 1 CONT 1 CONT As a starting point, the Census of the Inhabitants of Rhod 1 CONC e Island, 1774 include the following at Warren: 1 CONT 1 CONT Name Males >16 <16 Females >16 <16 Ind 1 CONC ian Black 1 CONT 1 CONT Haile Barton 1 1 1 1 CONT 1 CONT William Barto 1 CONC n 1 2 1 1 1 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus Barton 1 2 2 1 CONT 1 CONT Lydia Barton 1 1 2 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard Barto 1 CONC n 1 2 2 1 4 1 CONT 1 CONT Benjamin Barto 1 CONC n 1 3 2 1 1 1 CONT 1 CONT (This census also included 15 Cole, 7 Luther, 15 Miller, an 1 CONC d 3 Sisson heads of household in Warren.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The History of Warren, Rhode Island, in the War of The Revo 1 CONC lution, 1776 - 1783. By Virginia Baker, Published in Warren 1 CONC , R.I. in 1901 contains some historic information that ma 1 CONC y help make the connection. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 5 indicates that the pioneer settlers of Swansea, Mass 1 CONC achusetts, of which the town Warren originally formed a par 1 CONC t, were a strong and steadfast race of men, resolute, coura 1 CONC geous, and liberty loving. The characteristics so marked i 1 CONC n them descended to their posterity. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 10 indicates the population of Warren in 1776 was 1,00 1 CONC 5 including slaves. The town was required by law to furnis 1 CONC h ten men for military service, but in September it was vot 1 CONC ed to increase the number to twelve. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 13 describes how Lieut. Col William Barton (later prom 1 CONC oted to General) in July 1777 raised the hopes of Rhode Isl 1 CONC anders by capturing British General Prescott, Warren bein 1 CONC g especially gratified at this brilliant achievement of on 1 CONC e of her sons. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 38 lists the Roll of Capt. Ezra Ormsbee's Company of M 1 CONC ilitia in the Town Warren, 1776. It included Haile Barton 1 CONC , David Barton, Thomas Barden, Richard Barton, Joseph Barto 1 CONC n, Jr. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 41 includes a True List of all the Soldiers in the Tow 1 CONC n of Warren both in the Alarm and Militia who were Drafte 1 CONC d the 28th day of Sep't'm., A. D. 1777. They included Willi 1 CONC am, Benjamin, Richard Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 43 lists Warren men who were members of the Alarm Comp 1 CONC any of Bristol County in 1779. It included Benjamin Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 44 lists the names in Captain Robert Carr's Company o 1 CONC f the Senior Class in the County of Bristol in Gen. Miller' 1 CONC s Brigade, 1780. It included Rufus and William Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 45 lists Capt. Curtis Cole's Company in Cur'nl Natha 1 CONC n Miller's Regiment. 1781. It included David Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 59 indicates Rufus Barton's loss during the War was £ 1 CONC 9 9 6. 1 CONT 1 CONT The First Census of the United States in 1790 lists Rufus B 1 CONC arton in Warren, Bristol County, Rhode Island with two male 1 CONC s of 16 years and upwards, three females under 16 years, an 1 CONC d three females including heads of families. 1 CONT 1 CONT ====================== Rufus Barton's Parents============== 1 CONC ======== 1 CONT 1 CONT I am not sure who are the parents of our Rufus Barton. How 1 CONC ever, because this Rufus Barton named one of his daughter 1 CONC s Lillis Turner Barton and one of his sons Turner Barton 1 CONC , I originally assumed his parents were Samuel Barton and L 1 CONC illis Turner. 1 CONT 1 CONT From the fact that Warren was once part of Swansea, Massach 1 CONC usetts, I found something in the Vital Records of Swansea 1 CONC , Massachusetts to 1850 that might be a lead to Rufus Barto 1 CONC n's ancestry. Book B: Marriages 1705 - 1775 indicates tha 1 CONC t Samuel Barton and Lillis Turner were married March ye 23 1 CONC : 1737/8 by Samuel Maxwell minister. Since our Rufus name 1 CONC d one of his daughters Lillis Turner Barton, based on tim 1 CONC e and place, I would suspect that Samuel and Lillis Barto 1 CONC n may be his parents. 1 CONT 1 CONT Book B: Births 1705 - 1775 indicates Lillis the Daughter o 1 CONC f William Turner and of Patience his wife was Born Februar 1 CONC y the 26: 1714/5. 1 CONT 1 CONT The source of this Rufus Barton's birth date, birth locatio 1 CONC n, marriage date, and marriage location is the 1994 RI IGI. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 22 of the Barton Family manuscript lists Rufus and Pru 1 CONC dence (Cole) Barton, Mar. Apr 7, 1771, and their eleven chi 1 CONC ldren. However, there is neither a link to this Rufus no 1 CONC r reference to his parents in the manuscript. (Nearly ever 1 CONC y other entry in the manuscript has both a to and from refe 1 CONC rence for every family head.) It does list the eleventh ch 1 CONC ild, Ebenezer Cole Barton b. Aug 14, 1799 Cambridge, N. Y. 1 CONT 1 CONT As stated above, it appears Samuel and Lillis Turner Barto 1 CONC n may be the parents of this Rufus. In July 1997 I ran acr 1 CONC oss an Internet web page sponsored by David Cole. In it, t 1 CONC here is circumstantial evidence that Rufus's parents are Da 1 CONC vid and Susanna Barton, married about 1735, or Samuel and L 1 CONC illis Turner Barton, married in 1737. 1 CONT 1 CONT A final bit of evidence is that General William Barton an 1 CONC d our Rufus Barton were cousins. ( The DAR application subm 1 CONC itted by Margarett Hodges Matavia, under the section "Ances 1 CONC tor's Services", she typed the following: " Col. William Ba 1 CONC rton was a cousin of Rufus Barton and was reared in his hom 1 CONC e so they were like brothers.") William Barton's father wa 1 CONC s Benjamin Barton, brother of Samuel Barton. This would mak 1 CONC e William and Rufus cousins. However, there were three oth 1 CONC er brothers that could be Rufus's father: Andrew, Rufus, an 1 CONC d Anthony. In fact, this brother Rufus had a son named Ruf 1 CONC us born 1743 of whom we know nothing further except his LD 1 CONC S IGI entry listing his parents as Rufus and Catherine. But 1 CONC , brother Anthony had a son Nathan - remember that our Rufu 1 CONC s named one son Nathan. Oh, how twisted this web becomes! 1 CONT 1 CONT Within an hour of writing the previous paragraph I complete 1 CONC d my initial review of Rufus Barton's pension package. Th 1 CONC e very last page of the file was a letter from a Jos. J. Ba 1 CONC rton of Greensboro, N.C. dated March 6, 1909 to the Pensio 1 CONC n Office in Washington, DC. In that letter he said: 1 CONT 1 CONT I am advised that I may obtain a copy of the application fo 1 CONC r a pension of our Rufus Barton who was born Feby. 22, 174 1 CONC 3 in Warwick, R.I. and lived in Warren R.I. at the beginnin 1 CONC g of the Revolutionary War. He is supposed to have served i 1 CONC n a Rhode Island regiment. I would like to obtain the dat 1 CONC e of his death and such information as your records may sho 1 CONC . He married April 7, 1771, Prudence Cole. ... 1 CONT 1 CONT This all but proves that our Rufus is the son of Rufus, so 1 CONC n of Andrew mentioned above. However, a living descendant o 1 CONC f Jos. J. Barton now feels that Rufus is the son of Samue 1 CONC l and Lillis Barton. Maybe if we could find the actual ag 1 CONC e of Rufus when he died in 1807, it would narrow the search. 1 CONT 1 CONT Seth Sargent Barton and others feel that Rufus is the son o 1 CONC f Samuel and Lillis Barton. In 2004 Seth participated in th 1 CONC e Barton Society DNA project. Here are the results reporte 1 CONC d by Terry Barton: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, we got the DNA test results back yesterday. Seth i 1 CONC s a 25/26 match to the first two participants who were test 1 CONC ed from the Rufus line. While, this doesn't prove which o 1 CONC f the three brothers were father of Lt Rufus, it does confi 1 CONC rm that your wife's Lt Rufus line shares a common ancesto 1 CONC r with Betsey Perra and that the common ancestor is likel 1 CONC y the immigrant Rufus. 1 CONT 1 CONT The one mutation is a 16 (instead of 15) at DYS437. Withou 1 CONC t additional testing, we can't say where the mutation occur 1 CONC red. It could be anywhere in the line from Seth up to eith 1 CONC er of the grandsons of Rufus (Benjamin & Rufus James), an 1 CONC d back down to the twins Stukely & Benjamin. As time goe 1 CONC s on, I hope that you will find other descendants and poten 1 CONC tial descendants to test and fill out the detail on your fa 1 CONC mily. In the meantime, you have a solid claim on Rufus' so 1 CONC n, Benjamin b 1644, as the common ancestor of all three par 1 CONC ticipants. And, through traditional genealogy, to the immi 1 CONC grant Rufus. 1 CONT 1 CONT =================Rufus Barton's Revolutionary Service====== 1 CONC ========== 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus Barton's widow was placed on the pension roll, 1836 1 CONC , for his service as orderly sergeant and ensign, and, 1777 1 CONC -78, as lieutenant in Capt. Benjamin Church's company, Colo 1 CONC nel Tallman's regiment; also, 1778-79, as Deputy Commissar 1 CONC y of Issues. He died 1807, in Lansingburgh, N. Y. (See grea 1 CONC t grandddaughter Fannie Osborn's notes.) 1 CONT 1 CONT State of New York 1 CONT County of Rensselaer 1 CONT City of Troy 1 CONT 1 CONT On this 16th day of August AD. 1836 personally appeared bef 1 CONC ore the Justices Court in and for the City of Troy, Prudenc 1 CONC e Barton, a resident of Lansingburgh in the county of Renss 1 CONC elaer and State of New York. Aged last October 82 years, wh 1 CONC o being first duly sworn according to law, doth on her oat 1 CONC h make the following declaration in order to obtain the ben 1 CONC efit of the provision made by the Act of Congress passed Ju 1 CONC ly 4, 1836. That she is the widow of Rulus Barton who wa 1 CONC s a Lieutenant and a Commissary in the Army of the Revoluti 1 CONC on in the Rhode Island State Troops - That her said husban 1 CONC d Rulus Barton first entered said service as a Lieutenant i 1 CONC n the month of February AD. 1777 and continually served a 1 CONC s such Lieutenant until the month of March 1778 when he wa 1 CONC s reappointed such Lieutenant and served continually in tha 1 CONC t capacity until the spring of the year of 1779. That durin 1 CONC g about nine or ten months of the latter part of the last m 1 CONC entioned term of service, he acted as issuing Commissary fo 1 CONC r the Regiment. That in the month of January 1779 accordin 1 CONC g to the best recollection of this deponent - she went wit 1 CONC h her said husband to Little Compton in Rhode Island wher 1 CONC e the troops were stationed and that she remained with hi 1 CONC m there until the latter part of April or first of May in t 1 CONC he year 1779. That while there she well remembers that he 1 CONC r said husband acted as Commissary and distributed rations 1 CONC , clothing and other articles to the Regiment and that sh 1 CONC e this deponent during that time, herself baked bread and d 1 CONC one other cooking for the soldiers there stationed - And th 1 CONC at her said husband remained at Little Compton and acted i 1 CONC n his capacity of Commissary after his second year's commis 1 CONC sion as Lieutenant expired, but for what term this deponen 1 CONC t does not recollect. And this deponent further says that h 1 CONC er said husband first began his service in the revolution u 1 CONC pon the breaking out of hostilities in Rhode Island about t 1 CONC wo years before he was appointed Lieutenant and went to Bos 1 CONC ton and served at different times as an orderlie (orderly 1 CONC ) Sergeant and Ensign, but for what period he served in tho 1 CONC se capacities she has no means of recollection. 1 CONT That she and her said husband removed from Warren in Rhod 1 CONC e Island to Cambridge, Washington County in this state in t 1 CONC he month of March 1797 and resided there until October 180 1 CONC 2 when they removed to Lansingburgh, where she now resides 1 CONC . That her said husband died in the month of June 1807 an 1 CONC d that there all her husband's books and papers fell into t 1 CONC he hands of her son 1 CONT Rufus Barton, since which she has not seen them, but most o 1 CONC f which she believes to be lost or destroyed. - That she ha 1 CONC s no Documentary Evidence in support of her claim unless th 1 CONC e same may be found at Washington. 1 CONT She further declares that she was married to the said Rufu 1 CONC s Barton on the 7th day of April 1771: that her husband, th 1 CONC e aforesaid Rufus Barton died on the tenth day of June A.D 1 CONC . 1807 and that she has remained a widow ever since that pe 1 CONC riod as will more fully appear by reference to the proof he 1 CONC reto annexed. 1 CONT 1 CONT Sworn to and subscribed on the day & year above Written bef 1 CONC ore the Justices 1 CONT of the Justice Court of the City of Troy 1 CONT 1 CONT B. M. Wilson, Clerk (Benjamin M.) 1 CONT 1 CONT =================Rufus Barton's Migration to New York====== 1 CONC ========== 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus and Prudence in New York (where William Sidney Barto 1 CONC n was born.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Since William Sidney Barton was born in New York in 1815, s 1 CONC upposedly in Skaneateles, Onondaga County, Nathan Sisson an 1 CONC d Lucinda Barton were there by that time. The 1800 New Yor 1 CONC k census has several Barton entries that are of interest. 1 CONT 1 CONT Ruphis Barton is listed in the 1800 Federal New York Censu 1 CONC s in Washington Co. on page 365 as 31201-11101-00. Seth an 1 CONC d Timothy Barton were also in Washington Co. 1 CONT 1 CONT Alpheus, Benjamin, Josiah, and Stephen Barton were in Onond 1 CONC aga County. Thomas Barton was in Cayuga County, immediatel 1 CONC y to the west of Skaneateles. 1 CONT 1 CONT Of special interest is Azariah, Edward, Samuel, and Willia 1 CONC m Barton are in Rensselaer County. This could be especiall 1 CONC y meaningful because in 1819 Rufus Barton of Lansingburgh i 1 CONC n the county of Rensselaer was involved in two land transac 1 CONC tions in Camillus in the county of Onondaga. 1 CONT 1 CONT Probably the most convincing evidence of the migration pat 1 CONC h is that The Descendants of James Cole of Plymouth 1633, p 1 CONC age 67 gives us some very meaningful additional information 1 CONC . The text indicates Prudence's and Rufus' first ten child 1 CONC ren were born in Warren, RI and the last one was born in Ca 1 CONC mbridge, Washington Co., NY. The family lived near Troy, N 1 CONC Y. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1800 NY census indicates a Ruphes Barton in Washingto 1 CONC n County, page 192. 1 CONT 1 CONT Cambridge is approximately 23 miles northeast of Troy in Re 1 CONC nsselaer County, NY. It is also only two miles from the Ver 1 CONC mont/New York boundary. 1 CONT 1 CONT A deposition by David Smith to support Prudence Barton's r 1 CONC equest for Rufus' pension indicates Rufus and Prudence move 1 CONC d to Lansingburgh about 1802 and that Rufus died there in 1 1 CONC 807.. 1 CONT 1 CONT The 1820 New York federal census lists Prudence and Rufus B 1 CONC arton in adjacent entries in Lansingburgh, Renssalaer Count 1 CONC y. (Lansingburgh is a community in the northern part of cur 1 CONC rent Troy, NY. Based on later evidence, this Rufus would b 1 CONC e her son.) 0 @I11503@ INDI 1 NAME Benjamin /Barton/ 2 GIVN Benjamin 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1645 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1720 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID D2A4EF6DED19424A84CA305A97587038D3B8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4237@ 1 FAMC @F4238@ 1 NOTE @NI11503@ 0 @NI11503@ NOTE 1 CONC Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, page 251 contain 1 CONC s significant information about Benjamin Barton and his nex 1 CONC t two generations of descendants. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1674-75-83-84-99-1700-5-6-7-9-13-14-15-17. Assistant 1 CONT 1 CONT 1679-81-85-90-96-1704-5-6-7-9-14-15-17. Deputy 1 CONT 1 CONT 1698, Aug. 29 - He calls himself aged sixty years or therea 1 CONC bouts, in giving testimony concerning will of James Green. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1699, Oct 25 - He and five others were given power to agre 1 CONC e as to boundaries between Connecticut and Rhode Island. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1700, Jul - He contributed a hog (£1, 8s, 6d.), toward a me 1 CONC eting house for Quakers to be set up at or near Mashapaug " 1 CONC which is to be a free house for the worship of the Lord Go 1 CONC d of Heaven and Earth (that is) for all true worshippers wh 1 CONC o worship him in spirit and truth." Contributions continue 1 CONC d to be taken up for some three years, and among the charge 1 CONC s for constructing were 9s., for rum for raising frame, an 1 CONC d 10s. 6d., paid for beer. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1703-4 - Speaker of House of Deputies. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1720, Oct 22. Will - Exx. wife Susannah. To three grandchil 1 CONC dren, Benjamin Greene, son of Jabez, Benjamin Tucker, son o 1 CONC f Henry, and Ruth Slocum, daughter of Ebenezer, all my righ 1 CONC t of land in Cowesct, equally. To son Andrew, all my righ 1 CONC t in land and building called Nachuck, lands being on bot 1 CONC h sides the north - west branch of Pawtuxet River, and als 1 CONC o my right of lands in Mashantatack, and land in Toseunk, & 1 CONC c. To daughters Phebe and Naomi, land in east Greenwich. T 1 CONC o eldest son Rufus, all the rest of the lands, buildings, a 1 CONC nd orchards, with use, however, to wife Susannah, of grea 1 CONC t dwelling house, half of homestead and half of land in War 1 CONC wick Neck, for life, and also to Rufus, £5. To son Andrew 1 CONC , £5. To two daughters Phebe and Naomi £10. To wife Susanna 1 CONC h, all rest of estate. 1 CONT 1 CONT Inventory, £503,17s,11d, viz: 14 oz. of silver money, £8, 8 1 CONC s., 68 oz. plate at 12s. per oz., £40, 16s., bonds, books 1 CONC , 15s., pewter, 14 cows, and one steer, one half a yoke o 1 CONC f oxen, four calves, negro woman Cate £60, Indian boy Joh 1 CONC n £20, Indian woman Betty, £25, Betty's son Daniel £10, swi 1 CONC ne, young draught mare, bald face pacing mare, the old drau 1 CONC ght mare and her colt, roan pacing mare and her colt, 38 sh 1 CONC eep and lambs, 20 loads of hay, 11 barrels cider. 9 geese 1 CONC , 8 turkeys, 4 ducks, and 14 fowls. Receipts were given fo 1 CONC r legacies by Phebe Tucker and Henry, and by Naomi Carr an 1 CONC d Edward. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1720, Nov. 9. Will proved. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1727, May 3. Wife Susannah's will proved 1735, Dec 8. (Se 1 CONC e her notes.) 1 CONT 1 CONT Savage said: BARTON, BENJAMIN, Warwick, son of Rufus of P 1 CONC rovidence, m. 8 June 1669, Susanna, daughter of the celebra 1 CONC ted Samuel Gorton, was freeman 25 Mar. in the same year cho 1 CONC sen an assistant 1674, and died 1720. In his will of 22 Oct 1 CONC . of that year named children: Rufus, Andrew, Phebe, Naomi 1 CONC , and Susanna. Another daughter who had married 16 May 1697 1 CONC , Jabez Green of Providence, was then probably deceased. 1 CONT 1 CONT http://members.tripod.com/~debyns/wk_ceme.htm has the follo 1 CONC wing: 1 CONT HISTORICAL CEMETERY #: WKA25 BENJAMIN BARTON BURIAL GROUN 1 CONC D WARWICK RI NOTE: In a land deed in the Warwick record boo 1 CONC k A2, p. 339 Benjamin Barton sold to Randall Holden land gi 1 CONC ven to him by his father Rufus Barton and reserved the buri 1 CONC al ground "...in respect that my father and my eldest son 1 CONC n doth lye buryed within this sd Lott at the south end ther 1 CONC eof I have by these presents reserved to myself and to my h 1 CONC eires for ever in that place where those graves are three r 1 CONC ods square of land which I am to have free egress and regre 1 CONC ss to it and from it as I or wee shall see ocation: onely n 1 CONC either I myself nor my heires hereafter may have liberty b 1 CONC y this act either to pasture or plant or sowe any sorte o 1 CONC f seed upon this sd three rods of land or upon any part the 1 CONC reof" This cemetery has not been recorded. 0 @I11504@ INDI 1 NAME Rufus /Barton/ 2 GIVN Rufus 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1606 2 PLAC , , , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1648 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 AFN 8Q49-SK 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID A5EC88A8F6E3448B84059AB30B361217A957 1 CHAN 2 DATE 9 Aug 2009 3 TIME 11:32 1 FAMS @F4238@ 1 NOTE @NI11504@ 2 SOUR @S84@ 0 @NI11504@ NOTE 1 CONC Bicknell, Thomas Williams, The history of the state of Rho 1 CONC de Island and Providence Plantations. New York: American Hi 1 CONC storical Society, 1920, 3211 pgs. has an interesting chapte 1 CONC r entitled The Huguenots in Rhode Island. 1 CONT 1 CONT In it, there is a statement: Rufus Barton, who came to thi 1 CONC s State from New Amsterdam in 1640, is said to have bee 1 CONC n a descendant of Pierre Berthon, also a Huge. If so, the 1 CONC n in the fourth generation, following the male line we fin 1 CONC d General William Barton, the capturer of General Prescott 1 CONC ; and following the female line, General Nathaniel Green, t 1 CONC wo more illustrious names which Rhode Island is proud to ad 1 CONC d to the long list of heroes which goes to make up her coun 1 CONC try's Roll of Honor. 1 CONT 1 CONT In The French Blood in America, by Lucian J. Fosdick, 1975 1 CONC , there is mention of Pierre Berthon de Marign (Peter Bert 1 CONC on, or Burton), who was descended from a prominent family o 1 CONC f Chattelerault in Poitou. From this, it is possible that o 1 CONC ur Rufus' Barton surname may in fact be from French origin. 1 CONT 1 CONT However, The Trail of the Huguenots by G. Elmore Reaman, s 1 CONC ays The Berton Family originated at Chatelerault, in the Pr 1 CONC ovince of Poitou, France. Pierre Berthon de Marigny and hi 1 CONC s wife Marguerite came to Narranganset colony, Rhode Island 1 CONC , between 1681 and 1685. There were forty -five families i 1 CONC n this colony among them was Ezechiel Carre, a minister, an 1 CONC d Pierre Ayrault, a physician, with Pierre Berthon de Marig 1 CONC uy, as head of the expedition. 1 CONT This colony had been well equipped and for five years did v 1 CONC ery well, but owing to disputes over ownerships, they disba 1 CONC nded some going to Boston, some to New Rochelle, some to So 1 CONC uth Carolina, and the largest number to New York, Pierre Be 1 CONC rthon, among the latter. Here Peter Berton was born in 1729 1 CONC . He became a New York merchant, was interested in shippin 1 CONC g and master of a ship from 1756 to 1770. Declaring himsel 1 CONC f a Loyalist he was persecuted and sought refuge on Long Is 1 CONC land. In 1683 as Captain of a company of thirty-one men, fi 1 CONC fty-one women, twenty children, and thirty servants, he sai 1 CONC led in the 'Summer Fleet' of fifteen vessels carrying two t 1 CONC housand exiles for St. John, N.B. 1 CONT 1 CONT Landing at Parr Town, Peter Berton went up the St. John Riv 1 CONC er to 'Oak Point', where he gave land for a church, built i 1 CONC n 1792. From there he removed to St. John. Thirteen childre 1 CONC n had been born to him and his wife, Ann Duncan, one of the 1 CONC se being George (1774-1828), of whom the following notatio 1 CONC n was made in the family Bible--still extant--"He appear 1 CONC s a fine straight Lad well maid a Good Complection Square S 1 CONC houldered--for further Particulars Inquire of the Nurses" 1 CONC . His son, George Frederick Street Berton, was born in Fred 1 CONC ericton in 1808, married Delia Hooke. 1 CONT 1 CONT I mentioned the above to Betsey Barton Perra, the line lead 1 CONC er for this Barton line in the Barton Historical Society an 1 CONC d she said: Yes I have heard of that article before, bu 1 CONC t I discounted it as Rufus was a Quaker, as was Samuel Gort 1 CONC on. The Society of Friends has many records going way back 1 CONC , and our next door neighbors in Warwick were members of th 1 CONC at congregation. They said that all our family stayed in t 1 CONC he Society of Friends until the Revolution. 1 CONT 1 CONT I recently (Aug 2009) found Alexander Stewart, his Scots an 1 CONC cestry and American descendants with forty-eight allied an 1 CONC d related families by Dorothy Kintigh Sidfrid. There is a s 1 CONC ection on the Barton Family and it included Rufus Barton' 1 CONC s birthplace in England and indicated his father's name a 1 CONC s Samuel. Unfortunately I could not get books.google.com t 1 CONC o display the clip again so I could copy the actual informa 1 CONC tion. 1 CONT 1 CONT Recently, James C Barton [jcbarto1@ix.netcom.com] and I exc 1 CONC hanged email about the immigrant Rufus Barton being persecu 1 CONC ted by the Dutch and being forced to flee to Rhode Island 1 CONC . Here is a summary of our exchange: 1 CONT 1 CONT McCracken's only comment with regard to Rufus and the Dutc 1 CONC h was that Rufus was apparently on good terms with the Dutc 1 CONC h in 1642 when Rufus signed the lease of the farm of Everar 1 CONC dus Bogardus. That should be self-evident. One doesn't tak 1 CONC e on a multi-year committment with one's persecutors. McCra 1 CONC cken made no mention of "his father notes." 1 CONT 1 CONT Your web site reads as follows: 1 CONT ""Portrait of New Netherland", by Ellis Lawrence Reesly, Co 1 CONC lumbia University Press, 1945. Chapter VIII, Men of Religio 1 CONC n and Skeptics: describes the ordeal of Robert Hodgson, a l 1 CONC ad of twenty-three who spent two months proclaiming his Qua 1 CONC ker message throughout the towns of Gravesend, Jamaica, an 1 CONC d Hempstead on Long Island without coming into collisions w 1 CONC ith the local authorities. However, in time he came to th 1 CONC e attention of Governor Stuyvesant. The young Hodgson was w 1 CONC hipped, imprisoned, and placed in a labor gang, but refuse 1 CONC d to pay his fine or perform work. 1 CONT 1 CONT "Even Stuyvesant's own sister Anna, who had followed him t 1 CONC o America after the death of her husband and who like all t 1 CONC he other women in the directorial household was almost cons 1 CONC picuous by what she thought of his behavior, took sufficien 1 CONC t courage to tell her pompous brother what she thought of h 1 CONC is behavior, and Stuyvesant was forced to give in. Hodgso 1 CONC n was released from jail, was p laced under medical care an 1 CONC d when sufficiently recovered, was sent to Rhode Island t 1 CONC o join the other vagabonds who, according to the general no 1 CONC tion of the people of New Amsterdam, composed the greater p 1 CONC art of the population of that lamentable corner of the worl 1 CONC d. 1 CONT 1 CONT "Not withstanding the comments of George E. McCracken of Dr 1 CONC ake University contained in the notes of his father notes 1 CONC , we don't know exactly what conditions forced our Rufus t 1 CONC o leave New Amsterdam and "join the other vagabonds", but t 1 CONC his gives us some insight. Now, on with his life in Rhode I 1 CONC sland." 1 CONT 1. The first paragraph above is incomplete and misleading 1 CONC . The book referenced clearly states that the Dutch officia 1 CONC ls in New Netherland were not familiar with the behavior o 1 CONC f Hodgson and consulted with the English government in Plym 1 CONC outh (Massachusetts Bay Colony) who incensed Styuvestant ag 1 CONC ainst Hodgson with "Lyes and Falsehoods." Thus the blame fo 1 CONC r Hodgson's problem was the English government in Plymouth 1 CONC , not the "Dutch." The Dutch people were then, as they ar 1 CONC e now, among the most tolerant people in the world. The Hod 1 CONC gson incident is not representative of the treatment of Qua 1 CONC kers by the Dutch in New Amsterdam. The Hodgson incident wa 1 CONC s in 1657 under Styuvesvant, whereas Rufus left New Netherl 1 CONC and many years earlier, before Stuyvesant became governor. 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 235 of the Raesly book you referenced states, "In fact 1 CONC , as far as religious persecution was concerned, Stuyvesan 1 CONC t had surprisingly little to answer for. The official scour 1 CONC ge was laid across only one back, and the record blemishe 1 CONC d by the beating of Hodshon was absolutely clean of the blo 1 CONC od of persons alleged to be witches." 1 CONT 1 CONT Page 236 of the Raesly book you referenced states, "Left t 1 CONC o themselves, the Dutch were at bottom a tolerant people. T 1 CONC hey dwelled unagitated beside men and women of their own na 1 CONC tionality who were not only heretics, schismatics, and erro 1 CONC rists, but outright freethinkers. 1 CONT 1 CONT No, I am not of Dutch descent, nor is my ex-wife, nor any o 1 CONC f my colleagues and friends. 1 CONT 1 CONT 2. The second paragraph above is not in the book you refere 1 CONC nced. Apparently you copied it from the web site at: 1 CONT 1 CONT The web site is confusing. Julie Keech Wychor copied the ma 1 CONC terial from a book written by Kathleen Lipsmeyer Nichols. N 1 CONC ichols' first several paragraphs are indeed copied from th 1 CONC e book by Raesly (not Reesly), albeit with a paragraph an 1 CONC d a few sentences missing, plus changing the name Hodshon t 1 CONC o Hodgson throughout. However, the Raesly material ends wit 1 CONC h the paragraph beginning, "At last the Quaker youth seem 1 CONC s to have been satisfied..." 1 CONT 1 CONT The next paragraph, beginning, "The soldiers established or 1 CONC der in the usual way," and from there to the end of Wychor' 1 CONC s RootsWeb message were a rewrite by Kathleen Lipsmeyer Nic 1 CONC hols of all the preceding material by Raesly. Apparently, K 1 CONC athleen didn't find Raesly's writing sufficiently inflammat 1 CONC ory to satisfy her need to establish herself as a descendan 1 CONC t of victims. Such is the modern world, non-achievers nee 1 CONC d to be a victim to have status. Thus your second paragrap 1 CONC h above is not from Raesly's book as you claim. It is fro 1 CONC m Kathleen Lipsmeyer Nichols' self-serving book. In my opin 1 CONC ion, Kathleen has been dishonest in her representation of N 1 CONC ew Netherland. Julie Keech Wychor did a sloppy job by quoti 1 CONC ng from Kathleen's book without checking Raesly's book tha 1 CONC t she thought she was quoting from. 1 CONT 1 CONT One day when I was at the library for other reasons, I stop 1 CONC ped at the Reference Desk and asked about Raesly's book. Th 1 CONC ey didn't have it, and they ordered it for me on an interli 1 CONC brary loan. Less than a week later, they telephoned me tha 1 CONC t the book was in, and I could check it out for the usual t 1 CONC ime period. It took only minutes to find the material of in 1 CONC terest. And that made everything very clear. 1 CONT 1 CONT It was Kathleen herself, not Raesly, who wrote what you quo 1 CONC ted, that Hodgson "was sent to Rhode Island to join the oth 1 CONC er vagabonds who, according to the general notion of the pe 1 CONC ople of New Amsterdam, composed the greater part of the pop 1 CONC ulation of that lamentable corner of the world." Here are t 1 CONC hree dishonest slams in one sentence, all being misrepresen 1 CONC ted as the writing of Raesly. 1 CONT 1 CONT 3. The third paragraph above incorrectly brings in McCracke 1 CONC n's father who had nothing to do with anything here, and as 1 CONC sociates McCracken with Kathleen's intemperate and dishones 1 CONC t portrayal of the people of New Amsterdan. 1 CONT 1 CONT Do you want to leave the material in question here on you 1 CONC r web site as part of your legacy? 1 CONT 1 CONT Best regards, 1 CONT Jim Barton 1 CONT 1 CONT Based on Jim Barton's critique, I eliminated the section ab 1 CONC out the Dutch persecution in New York. Jim then replied wit 1 CONC h: 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, 1 CONT Thanks for deleting the material. 1 CONT 1 CONT I am a retired research engineer. At work, I spent severa 1 CONC l years looking at the "scientific" literature on one aspec 1 CONC t of occupational health and safety. Because that is a seri 1 CONC ous subject, I checked all the references. What I saw was a 1 CONC mazing. In case after case, the references were not what th 1 CONC ey were claimed to be. At the time, I thought about whether 1 CONC , by pure chance, I had gotten into the only field of resea 1 CONC rch where the references ranged from incompetence to outrig 1 CONC ht fraud. 1 CONT 1 CONT When I retired I took up genealogy as a way to have the fu 1 CONC n of doing research without the hassles of a boss, etc. Nat 1 CONC urally, I checked references from the start. I began findin 1 CONC g the same problem. 1 CONT 1 CONT In your case, you quoted what you thought was the source. Y 1 CONC ou thought Raesly's book was the source. It wasn't. 1 CONT 1 CONT I am doing a three chapter website on Rufus Barton. Chapte 1 CONC r 1 is just about ready to put online. It uses only origina 1 CONC l source data about Rufus, and provides an example biograph 1 CONC ical sketch of Rufus using ONLY original source data. 1 CONT 1 CONT Chapter 2 is next. It needs only some cleaning up, making t 1 CONC he graphics, etc. It deals with the many references to pers 1 CONC ecution in Rufus Barton's genealogy. To summarize it briefl 1 CONC y here, the persecution stories are family lore. As with s 1 CONC o much family lore, there is a lot of truth, but the detail 1 CONC s have become snarled. Rufus was first in Portsmouth in 164 1 CONC 0. The Massachusetts Bay Colony Governor, John Winthrop, an 1 CONC d his underlings were attempting to get jurisdiction over R 1 CONC hode Island (it wasn't yet Rhode Island), and were persecut 1 CONC ing everyone who was not a Plymouth type Puritan. Many fle 1 CONC d to New Netherland to get away from persecution by Winthro 1 CONC p's Puritans. John Throckmorton, a Baptist, led 35 of his B 1 CONC aptist followers to New Netherland. Anne Hutchison, the fre 1 CONC ethinker, fled to New Netherland. Rufus Barton fled to Ne 1 CONC w Netherland. 1 CONT 1 CONT However, problems developed in New Netherland. The governor 1 CONC , before Stuyvesant, stirred up the Indians, and some of th 1 CONC e settlers were killed in Indian raids. Those were the one 1 CONC s that were not in the more populated New Amsterdam (Manhat 1 CONC tan). I think some also found they didn't want to raise the 1 CONC ir children as Dutch. But perhaps most importantly, the pow 1 CONC ers that be in England ordered Winthrop and company to qui 1 CONC t persecuting the people of Rhode Island. And that brough 1 CONC t the settlers back to Rhode Island. Rufus thus returned t 1 CONC o Rhode Island, but to Warwick instead of Portsmouth. So ye 1 CONC s, there was persecution, but the Rufus genealogy got the d 1 CONC etails wrong on who persecuted who. It was not the Dutch i 1 CONC n New Netherland persecuting Quakers. It was the Puritans o 1 CONC f Massachusetts persecuting everyone who was not their styl 1 CONC e of Puritan. 1 CONT 1 CONT The "Alexander Stewart, his Scots Ancestry and American Des 1 CONC cendants" material regarding Rufus and Samuel is attached 1 CONC . The book simply makes the statement that Rufus Barton i 1 CONC s the son of Samuel. It provides no source and no supportin 1 CONC g data or discussion to make the case. Note that the partl 1 CONC y cut-off line from the Alexander Stewart book states, "H 1 CONC e fled New York in 1640 to ...... the persecution of the Du 1 CONC tch." This tells us that the author is simply repeating stu 1 CONC ff from elsewhere and has not done any serious research. 1 CONT 1 CONT Terry Barton's "Barton Historical Society" has a copy of th 1 CONC e "Alexander Stewart..." book in their library. See their l 1 CONC ist at Scroll down t 1 CONC o the Books subtitle. The first title listed is the Alexand 1 CONC er Stewart book. Perhaps someone at the BHS could look in t 1 CONC he book and see if there is any sort of explanation, or a 1 CONC t least copy pages 149-150 and mail them to you. This is n 1 CONC ot a new process for me. See 1 CONT 1 CONT The many, many claims that Edward is the father of Rufus wi 1 CONC ll be in my yet-to-be-written Chapter 3 of Rufus Barton. Th 1 CONC e background for that has a lot of details, but the botto 1 CONC m line is that there is no credible evidence that Rufus i 1 CONC s the son of Edward. 1 CONT 1 CONT I did get a bit excited at one time when I found the record 1 CONC s that Isaac Barton had made a few trips from London to Pro 1 CONC vidence in the 1630's. The excitement died when I realize 1 CONC d they were talking about Providence Island, an island of 1 CONC f the coast of what is now Nicaragua. Other than that short 1 CONC -lived piece of excitement, I have no thoughts on the fathe 1 CONC r of Rufus. The only clue I can think of is that Rufus name 1 CONC d his son Benjamin. English fathers named their son after t 1 CONC heir own father a very high percent of the time. If I wer 1 CONC e required to bet on the name of Rufus Barton's father, I w 1 CONC ould bet on Benjamin, but I would not bet more than a cup o 1 CONC f coffee or two. 1 CONT 1 CONT Best Regards, 1 CONT Jim Barton 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton, Adelos Gorton, Philade 1 CONC lphia, 1907, page 165 has the following when describing Sus 1 CONC anna Gorton's and Benjamin Barton's family: 1 CONT 1 CONT His father Rufus came from England and first settled wher 1 CONC e the city of New York now stands, and is said to have bee 1 CONC n the first settler there, but left there to escape the per 1 CONC secution of the Dutch, he being a Quaker, and settled in Po 1 CONC rtsmouth, R. I.; lived later in Warwick and was a Magistrat 1 CONC e there. He was in 1648 sent by the Commissioner, Samuel G 1 CONC orton, who having just returned from England was detained b 1 CONC y the Massachusetts Magistrates, in violation of the Parlia 1 CONC ment's letter, until after the Rhode Island election. Th 1 CONC e homestead at Warwick is now, or was recently, owned by Be 1 CONC njamin Rufus Barton, a descendant of the seventh generation 1 CONC . (Fuller's History of Warwick, p. 40; Austins Genealogica 1 CONC l Dictionary of Rhode Island.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The History of Warwick, Rhode Island, Oliver Payson Fuller 1 CONC , B. A., 1875, page 40 has the following: Rufus Barton cam 1 CONC e from England, but at what date is not know. He first sett 1 CONC led where the city of New York now stands, and is said to h 1 CONC ave been the first settler there. He soon removed to Long I 1 CONC sland and thence to Aquidneck, and finally to Warwick, wher 1 CONC e he continued to reside until his death. He built a "Thatc 1 CONC h house" on the east side of the road that leads down the N 1 CONC eck at the head of Warwick Cove, south of the Gorton place 1 CONC . An old well in a vacant lot is suposed to bear some relat 1 CONC ion to the ancient dwelling. A portion or all of the homest 1 CONC ead estate is now owned by Benjamin Rufus Barton, a descend 1 CONC ant of the seventh generation. His religious views were o 1 CONC f the Quaker order. His wife's name was Margaret. His child 1 CONC ren are mentioned in his will which was made for him by th 1 CONC e town council in 1648. Benjamin married Susannah, daughte 1 CONC r of Samuel Gorton. There were two daughters, Elizabeth an 1 CONC d Phebe. Rufus Barton, son of Benjamin and Susannah (Gorton 1 CONC ) married Sarah, daughter of Rowland and Mary (Allen) Robin 1 CONC son, of Narragausett, one of whose children, (Rowland) bor 1 CONC n April 7, 1709, married Freelove Stafford, daughter of Amo 1 CONC s. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island; Comprising Thr 1 CONC ee Generations of Settlers who Came Before 1690, John Osbor 1 CONC ne Austin, 1887, page 250 contains a rather detailed descri 1 CONC ption of Rufus Barton and three generations of his descenda 1 CONC nts. Some of the highlights are: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1640 - Portsmouth. He came here about this time, having fl 1 CONC ed from the persecution of the Dutch at New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1641, Feb 4 - He had a grant of land. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1647, Aug 8. Warwick. Town Council. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1647 - Town Magistrate 1 CONT 1 CONT 1648, May 22 - Having been sent with another messenger to p 1 CONC etition the General Court Massachusetts (in matters then i 1 CONC n difference between Warwick and Massachusetts), he learne 1 CONC d at Dedham that the Court had adjourned, and hence wrote t 1 CONC he following letter under above date, from the inn of Micha 1 CONC el Powell, at Dedham. 1 CONT 1 CONT "To the right worshipful Mr. John Winthrop, Governor of th 1 CONC e Massachusetts: Humbly presented to your worship's consid 1 CONC eration. That whereas I, with another, was chosen by the G 1 CONC eneral Court held at Providence the eighteenth of this mont 1 CONC h and sent with an humble request to this honourable stat 1 CONC e concerning Shaomet business but when we came to Dedham he 1 CONC aring that the General Court was adjourned, I, your supplia 1 CONC nt (being an inhabitant of Shaomet) seriously weighing my p 1 CONC resent condition there, I made bold to advise with Mr. Powe 1 CONC ll concerning the same, who advised me to repair to your wo 1 CONC rship, which (on consideration) I could not, till I had som 1 CONC e knowledge of your worship's favourable acceptation. My hu 1 CONC mble request therefore is, that your worship would be pleas 1 CONC ed to send me your mind in a few lines concerning the premi 1 CONC ses. So, craving your worship's favourable constitution 1 CONC , I remain yours, most humbly, Rufus Barton, Dedham, May 22 1 CONC , 1648. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1648 - He died in this year intestate, and the Town Counci 1 CONC l made an inventory and distribution of estate. 1 CONT 1 CONT Death: NEHGS Vol XII (1858) page 304, Settlement of Estate 1 CONC s in Rhode Island. Rufus Barton died intestate and the Warw 1 CONC ick Town Counsel ordered the disposition of his estate. Hi 1 CONC s wife Margarett was already dead and his three children Be 1 CONC njamin, Elizabeth, and ffebie (Phebe?) were all under age. 1 CONT 1 CONT On 6/29/1997 I received the following from Janel Woodbury < 1 CONC cinebit@fiber.net>: 1 CONT 1 CONT I do know, however from the 1994 addendum and the 1996 ance 1 CONC stral file, someone submitted names for temple proxy listin 1 CONC g Rufus who married Margaret as the son of Edward Barton bo 1 CONC rn abt 1589 in England. (No mother given). His siblings wer 1 CONC e Enoch, Joseph, Thomas, Marmaduke, Elijah, Elisha, Noah, a 1 CONC nd Roger Barton. Noah and Roger were born in Westchester, N 1 CONC Y and the others born in England. Edward Barton was the so 1 CONC n of Edward and Elizabeth Barton, both born about 1563 in E 1 CONC ngland. Edward said to have died in Cape Porporus Maine a 1 CONC t the age of 98. Other siblings of Edward (II), were Thomas 1 CONC , William, Rufus, and Hugh. 1 CONT 1 CONT However, the recent Barton DNA (2002-2003) study all but pr 1 CONC oves this is not the case. Rufus' ancestry is still unknown. 1 CONT 1 CONT Savage said: RUFUS, Providence, had fled from persecution b 1 CONC y the Dutch at Manhattan, and sat down 1640, at Portsmouth 1 CONC , R. I. In Winthrop II. 323 is a letter from him to the Go 1 CONC vernor in 1648, and a few months after he died in such a ma 1 CONC nner, as caused one to be charged with his murder, but with 1 CONC out conviction. By the town council of Providence as Judg 1 CONC e Brayton assures me, a sort of distribution as testament o 1 CONC f his establishment was made 20 Mar. 1666 to the childre 1 CONC n Elizabeth and Benjamin, who was then under 21 years of a 1 CONC ge and Phebe, with widow Margaret, who married Walter Todd 1 CONC . Phebe married 23 May 1671, Richard Codner of Swanzey. STE 1 CONC PHEN, Bristol, perhaps son of the preceding or of Thomas, w 1 CONC as representative 1690, at Plymouth, Connecticut and unde 1 CONC r the new charter 1692, at Boston. THOMAS, Mass. 1616, ma 1 CONC y have been brother of Rufus. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following notes are from: http://www.familytreemaker.co 1 CONC m/users/b/e/r/Dana-K-Berry/GENE2-0001.html 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes for RUFUS BARTON: 1 CONT Rufus is thought to have come to America in about 1640 fro 1 CONC m Lancashire, England. 1 CONT 1 CONT An immigrant to the Americas in the years between 1620 an 1 CONC d 1640, Rufus settled first near the Dutch settlement of Ne 1 CONC w Amsterdam (New York). He left there, soon after arrivin 1 CONC g in Portsmouth, RI and then removed to nearby Warwick, RI 1 CONC . He was Quaker by faith and hence considered an "outcast 1 CONC " as was Roger Williams who settled Providence, William Cod 1 CONC dington of Newport, Samuel Gorton of Warwick, and Ann Hutch 1 CONC inson. Samuel Gorton of Warwick was a neighbor of Rufus Bar 1 CONC ton and up to 1648, both were active with Roger Williams i 1 CONC n the Civil Affairs at Providence. A letter sent by Rufus B 1 CONC arton to governor Winthrop requests safe passage and "favor 1 CONC able acceptation" into Massachusetts Bay. "Shaomett" was th 1 CONC e Indian name for Warwick, Rhode Island. 1 CONT 1 CONT From a chapter of a book presumed to be a history of Massac 1 CONC husetts, chapter on John Winthrop, Governor, p.311: 1 CONT 1 CONT "To the right worshipful Mr. John Winthrop, Governor of th 1 CONC e Massachusetts, 1 CONT 1 CONT Humbly presented to your worship's consideration, That whe 1 CONC reas I, with another, was chosen by the general court hel 1 CONC d at Providence the eighteenth of this month, and sent wit 1 CONC h an humble request to this honorable state concerning Shao 1 CONC mett business, but when we came at Dedham, hearing that th 1 CONC e general court was adjourned. I your suppliant (being an i 1 CONC nhabitant of Shaomett) seriously weighing my present condit 1 CONC ion there, I made bold to advise with Mr. Powell * concerni 1 CONC ng the same, who advised me to repair to your worship, whic 1 CONC h (on consideration) I could not, till I had some knowledg 1 CONC e of your worship's favorable acceptation. My humble reques 1 CONC t therefore is, that your worship would be pleased to sen 1 CONC d me your mind in a few lines concerning the premises. So 1 CONC , craving your worship's favorable construction, 1 CONT I remain, 1 CONT Yours, most humbly 1 CONT Dedham, May 22, 1648 Rufus Barton 1 CONT 1 CONT * Michael Powell kept the ordinary, or tavern, at Dedham; b 1 CONC ut coming later to Boston, was one of the founders and ruli 1 CONC ng elders of the Second Church. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus Barton had a grant of land in 1641, was in the Town C 1 CONC ouncil of Warwick in 1647 and was also Town Magistrate in 1 1 CONC 647. 1 CONT 1 CONT Rufus Barton died in late 1648 from gunshot wounds durin 1 CONC g a dispute. The circumstances of the event are unknown. Hi 1 CONC s wife and children were thereafter cared for by Samuel Gor 1 CONC ton. The only son of Rufus, Benjamin, married Samuel's daug 1 CONC hter, Susannah, in 1672. The Will and Testament of Rufus fo 1 CONC llows with a biography of Samuel Gorton. (Biography not inc 1 CONC luded here) (Ed. Comment: Since the Will is dated 1666, we 1 CONC ll after Rufus' death, it is most likely that it is Margare 1 CONC t's Will couched in her late husband's name, permitting hi 1 CONC s only son and heir to claim his inheritance, he being twen 1 CONC ty-one in 1666.) "Whereupon the Counsell of the town of Wa 1 CONC rwick now in being are constrained according to their engag 1 CONC ed and trust committed unto them to renew the writing of th 1 CONC e will of the above named Ruffus (sic) Barton as neere as i 1 CONC t was before as can possibly be that of the Counsell now i 1 CONC n being, being the same that were the Counsell in the yea 1 CONC r of the deceased partis. 1 CONT "Which last will and Testament is as follows 1 CONT "We do by these presents allow give appoint an 1 CONC d bequeath unto the three children of the deceased Ruffus B 1 CONC arton the whole and entire sum of four score and ten pound 1 CONC s of lawful money of England to be payed in manner and for 1 CONC m as followeth That is to say to Benjamin Barton the sum o 1 CONC f thirtie pounds to be payed unto him when he shall come t 1 CONC o the full age of one and twentie years. 1 CONT "To Elizabeth Barton thirtie pounds when she sh 1 CONC all come to the age of eighteen years or upon the day of he 1 CONC r marriage in case she marry before that time. 1 CONT "To FFebie Barton the sum of thirtie pounds whe 1 CONC n she shall come to the age of eighteen years or upon the d 1 CONC ay of her marriage in case she marry before that time. 1 CONT "And for the house, outhouses, lands, priveledg 1 CONC es cituate and being in and about the town of Warwick and p 1 CONC arty adjacent the late right of deceased Ruffus Barton we d 1 CONC o appoint and consigne unto Benjamin Barton son and heir o 1 CONC f the sayd deceased Ruffus Barton as his right and always p 1 CONC rovided that Margret Barton widow and late wife of the say 1 CONC d Rufus Barton shall injoy one third part of housing, land 1 CONC s and apurtenances thereto belonging during the time of he 1 CONC r widowhood. As also to enjoy the use of the whole estate 1 CONC s for the present for the profit education and well bring 1 CONC e up of the sayd children. 1 CONT "And to prevent any imbessleing of the estate i 1 CONC ll usage of the children or negligence in the imployment o 1 CONC f the estate for the benefit of the children we do appoyn 1 CONC t and ordain three men as guardians and feofies in trust na 1 CONC mely John Smith, Samuel Gorton and Randle Houlden that in c 1 CONC ase they shall perceive any want of diligence, neglect of t 1 CONC he children or ill usage of them and the estate it shall b 1 CONC e lawful for the sayd feofies or any two of them to call fo 1 CONC r and possess themselves of any or of all of the children t 1 CONC ogether with their estates appointed as above sayd and shal 1 CONC l dispose of it and of them as they in their wisdom shall s 1 CONC ee meate and convenient according to the intent and trust c 1 CONC ommitted unto them. 1 CONT "And the sayd feoffes shall take bond of Margre 1 CONC t Barton widow late wife of Ruffus Barton for the due perfo 1 CONC rmance of all intents and purposes as above sayd. 1 CONT "As also that the feoffies in trust shall tak 1 CONC e care that the above sayd heir Benjamin Barton be possesse 1 CONC d of his inheritance at the time of his coming to the ful 1 CONC l age of one and twentie years. "Signed by ye order an 1 CONC d appointment of the Counsell of the Towne of Warwick th 1 CONC e 20th of March 1666. 1 CONT Edmund Calverly, Clerk of ye Counsell 1 CONT 1 CONT Sources: 1 CONT 1 CONT "Ordinary Heroes, The Story of Shaftsbury" Ruth Levin @ 1978 1 CONT 1 CONT Bennington Banner, newspaper of Bennington, Vermont 1 CONT 1 CONT Bennington Museum Library on W. Main St. in old Bennington 1 CONC , Vermont 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Galusha 1 CONT Gov. Galusha House 1 CONT Rt. US 7 1 CONT Shaftsbury, Vt. 1 CONT 1 CONT Bennington County Courthouse, Probate Court, Bennington, VT 1 CONT 1 CONT Mr & Mrs Becker and Gerald Robinson, South Shaftsbury, VT 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard Burton Barton and Wilbur Gardner Barton, direct des 1 CONC cendants of Rufus 1 CONT 1 CONT Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, VT 1 CONT 1 CONT Shaftsbury Town Hall 1 CONT 1 CONT Notes: The Shaftsbury Baptist Church attended by many of ou 1 CONC r family is now (@ 1983) the Shaftsbury Historical Society 1 CONC . The cornerstone of Gardner Barton's Tannery is in the His 1 CONC torical Society's collection of historical memorabilia. (Fr 1 CONC om Thomas Newton Barton, son of Wilbur Gardner Barton) 1 CONT 1 CONT As a result of the Barton DNA project conducted in 2002, Te 1 CONC rry Barton makes the assumption that Edward, Roger, and Ruf 1 CONC us Barton are not brothers or even kin. Therefore, I am dis 1 CONC connecting Edward as Rufus' father as is listed in severa 1 CONC l published and online databases. 0 @I11505@ INDI 1 NAME Margrett /Stafford/ 2 GIVN Margrett 2 SURN Stafford 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1648 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID 0E9E19A0FD2A4D01A415F6C5E0446CAA8873 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4238@ 1 FAMS @F3984@ 1 NOTE @NI11505@ 0 @NI11505@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of second marriage: Genealogical Dictionary of Rhod 1 CONC e Island, page 250. 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard Clark (clark63@aol.com) posted a gedcom file on th 1 CONC e Internet that indicated Margeret Honeywell was the wife o 1 CONC f Rufus Barton and mother of his ancestor Elizabeth Barto 1 CONC n who married Thomas Greene. Richard Clark also indicate 1 CONC d that Rufus Barton's mother was Sarah Stone (wife of Edwar 1 CONC d Barton.) 1 CONT 1 CONT I have asked him for references to this data. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: BBPERRA@aol.com 1 CONT Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 23:59:50 EST 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi, what was ... source for Margaret 1 CONT Hunniwell? 1 CONT 1 CONT In Arnold's History of Warwick, no parents are known for Ru 1 CONC fus, and Rufus wife is Margaret Stafford. The Town Record 1 CONC s show Margaret as the wife of Rufus. 1 CONT 1 CONT You seem to have the names correct as I know them from ther 1 CONC e on down. There are other sources for Margaret, as well 1 CONC . As she was left a widow when Rufus was killed in 1648 1 CONC , I believe I have seen where the estate was settled. Thei 1 CONC r son Benjamin was a Town Official in Warwick at its earl 1 CONC y days. He inherited the original farm which was part of t 1 CONC he Cowesett Purchase. Documentation of that information i 1 CONC s in the RI Historical Society Vaults. The land was purcha 1 CONC sed from the Indians. I believe it is Chief Miantonomi's s 1 CONC eal on the document. 1 CONT 1 CONT ... 1 CONT 1 CONT Possibly Margaret remarried, and her 2nd marriage name wa 1 CONC s Hunniwell. 1 CONT 1 CONT Thanks, Betsey Barton Perra 1 CONT 1 CONT Subject: Re: [BARTON-L] My Barton line (from Rufus down) Fr 1 CONC om: BBPERRA@aol.com 1 CONT Date: Sun, 7 Mar 1999 23:30:09 EST 1 CONT 1 CONT I have always know her as Margaret Stafford. I believe the 1 CONC re was a document at the time of Rufus murder, stating tha 1 CONC t his wife, Margaret Stafford was to inherit with land to g 1 CONC o to son Benjamin at her death. I believe that my aunt Rut 1 CONC h Barton had documented that. She used to pour through th 1 CONC e old records at Warwick City Hall. I believe those docume 1 CONC nts have now are not allowed to be touched, but I think wer 1 CONC e transferred to microfilm a few years ago. Also one of th 1 CONC e early books disappeared for a while, but I think was foun 1 CONC d. I also did get to look at that first record book way ba 1 CONC ck in the 1950's. Went with Aunt and she introduced me t 1 CONC o it. 1 CONT 1 CONT I have that Margaret Stafford married Rufus in England, sh 1 CONC e being from Salisbury England. 1 CONT 1 CONT I believe that info to be correct. I also believe that t 1 CONC here were four brothers that came to America together. Lan 1 CONC ding at New Amsterdam (NY) One stayed there, Rufus went dir 1 CONC ectly to settlement of Roger Williams at Providence RI, an 1 CONC d one to Mass. I can't remember what the family lore on t 1 CONC he fourth. Also we have never found ANY documentation of t 1 CONC he parentage of those brothers. I have seen some lists o 1 CONC n the internet listing Edward, and another listing Samuel 1 CONC . I think both are not correct. Someday with all the anci 1 CONC ent files becoming accessable via microfilm etc. we may fin 1 CONC d the link. At the present, I will discard the idea of Mar 1 CONC garet Hunniwell/Honeywell. It is possible that Edward ma 1 CONC rried such a Margaret, and had a Rufus, but the RI Rufus wa 1 CONC s here in or before 1642. His son Benjamin was born in War 1 CONC wick in 1645, and married Susannah Gorton, dau. of Samue 1 CONC l & Elizabeth Gorton. This Benjamin had quite a parcel o 1 CONC f children. I have 5 listed on my computer, but I believ 1 CONC e there were more. I saw Arnold's History of South Count 1 CONC y families(not positive of the whole name of book) In it al 1 CONC l the children of the first three or four generations are l 1 CONC isted. Not sure if that book is still able to be seen 1 CONC . I did some poor xerox copies over 25 years ago, and th 1 CONC e book was in poor shape then. Also those old copies hav 1 CONC e faded a good bit. I have buried them someplace to keep t 1 CONC hem away from light, but not sure where they are just now 1 CONC . "Out of sight, out of mind". 1 CONT 1 CONT Please copy me if anyone can document the brothers, or a pa 1 CONC rent. Rufus' parents were not mentioned in the original Wa 1 CONC rwick records. 1 CONT 1 CONT Hope I have helped someone have a brainsstorm. Oh, I was a 1 CONC lways told that we were English. Didn't know about the Sco 1 CONC ttish or Welch. That's interesting. Today I met an Adelai 1 CONC de Barton (maiden name) who is decended from Issac Barton 1 CONC , whom she says came from Killcomonbegg, Ireland circa 1714 1 CONC . That's a new one on me. I did not know our heritage mig 1 CONC ht have Irish. Not necessarily good or bad. Just interest 1 CONC ing. 1 CONT 1 CONT We are what we are. Gives it a new twist. 1 CONT 1 CONT Well, enough I think, Can't remember any more at the momen 1 CONC t. Got to look for those Xerox copies. The extra sibling 1 CONC s may shed some light. Keep in touch Dorothy. That John mu 1 CONC st be there, The earliest John on my list was b. 1744, m. M 1 CONC ercy Card. I know you know about that one. I don't recal 1 CONC l any John Jr.'s ....As Ever, Betsey 0 @I11506@ INDI 1 NAME Rebecca /Low/ 2 GIVN Rebecca 2 SURN Low 1 SEX F 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1723 1 _UID 5217E5B43CCF4D3997C317BCF7981C8DF887 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4239@ 1 FAMC @F4257@ 0 @I11507@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Barton/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Barton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1705 1 DEAT 2 DATE Bef 13 Apr 1752 1 _UID DAFDABF06D934E68900468F9522DBE6AC4BC 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4240@ 1 FAMC @F4239@ 1 NOTE @NI11507@ 0 @NI11507@ NOTE 1 CONC The 1988 LDS IGI for RI indicates the marriage of Samuel Ba 1 CONC rton to Lilas Tanner 23 March 1737, Warwick, Kent, Rhode Is 1 CONC land. However, Vital Records of Swansea shows that Book B 1 CONC : Marriages 1705-1775 indicates the marriage was performe 1 CONC d March ye 23:1737/37 by Samuel Maxwell minister. 1 CONT 1 CONT The source for William is the MA IGI that lists the parent 1 CONC s as Samuel Barton and Lillis Turner. William is also list 1 CONC ed as Captain William, b. June 4, 1745 in the Bates Collect 1 CONC ion, Vol. 54, page 121, as is Patience, Mar 26, 1739 and Be 1 CONC njamin, June 26, 1741. 1 CONT 1 CONT See the notes for son Rufus for rational of including him a 1 CONC s a child of Samuel Barton and Lillis Turner. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Bates Collection, Vol 76, page 121 indicates Samuel's i 1 CONC nventory was conducted on April 13, 1752. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Barton Family manuscript has only two children for Samu 1 CONC el and Lillas (Tanner) Barton, Patience and Benjamin. Ther 1 CONC e is a number 3 written in but there is no name. 0 @I11508@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Hale/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1640 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Sep 1720 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Sep 1720 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 229D-70 1 _UID 15A2EC42DE2D49F7914BA07FBBFC820468A8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4241@ 1 FAMC @F4250@ 1 NOTE @NI11508@ 0 @NI11508@ NOTE 1 CONC History of Swansea, Massachusetts 1667 - 1917 Compiled an 1 CONC d Edited by Otis Olney Wright, 1917, page 165 has the follo 1 CONC wing: 1 CONT 1 CONT The Haile, Hail, Hale Family, From Hale Genealogy in Re- W 1 CONC . J. Hale 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard Haile, the ancestor of the Hall, Haile, Hale famil 1 CONC y of Swansea and Warren - as it is variously spelled by hi 1 CONC s descendants - first appears on Swansea records when he wa 1 CONC s admitted an inhabitant Nov. 14, 1677, and granted a ten a 1 CONC cre lot north of ye old fence at Kickemuit; this would indi 1 CONC cate that it lay between Market Street and the highway runn 1 CONC ing along the west bank of the Kickemuit River between th 1 CONC e bridges. 1 CONT 1 CONT He had married probably at Rehoboth, Mary daughter of Richa 1 CONC rd & Elizabeth (Ingraham) Bullock, born 1652, Feb. 16, in R 1 CONC ehoboth. Their eldest son John was probably born there bef 1 CONC ore they came to Swansea. In 1698 he was chosen fence view 1 CONC er the only office he seems to have held. Richard's occupa 1 CONC tion is given as taylour in deeds of that period. He deede 1 CONC d his real estate to his youngest son Barnard in 1713, it w 1 CONC as then bounded on the north and west by Elder Samuel Luthe 1 CONC r's land, east by the highway, south by John Wheaton's land. 1 CONT 1 CONT Richard died 1720, Sept. 29, his headstone says "aged ner 1 CONC e 80 years" Mary his wife died 1730, Feb. 15, they and thei 1 CONC r three sons are buried in the Kickemuit Cemetery within si 1 CONC ght of their home. 0 @I11509@ INDI 1 NAME Prudence /Cole/ 2 GIVN Prudence 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 22 Oct 1753 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 29 Nov 1845 2 PLAC Lansingburgh, Rensselaer, New York 1 BURI 2 PLAC The Village Cem. 1 _UID E8D5685DD8F34AC6A99BB37A20A8897D9CEF 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4236@ 1 FAMC @F4243@ 1 NOTE @NI11509@ 0 @NI11509@ NOTE 1 CONC Source of birth and marriage is 1988 RI IGI. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Burial Grounds of Lansingburgh, Rensselaer County, Ne 1 CONC w York, Broderick, page 17. Buried in the Village Cemetery 1 CONC . Text indicated Prudence Barton (Mrs. Rufus Barton) bor 1 CONC n in Warren, RI Oct 22, 1753, died in Lansingburgh Nov 29 1 CONC , 1845. 0 @I11510@ INDI 1 NAME Ebenezer /Cole/ 2 GIVN Ebenezer 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1671 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Sep 1719 2 PLAC , Warren, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 8VMS-2N 1 _UID 75BBBA532AA54867922C180A85557CD0C187 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4227@ 1 FAMC @F4265@ 1 NOTE @NI11510@ 0 @NI11510@ NOTE 1 CONC Inscriptions in Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, R.I. indicate 1 CONC s the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Here lyeth the Body of Ebenezer Cole aged 48 and dyed Septe 1 CONC mber 4th 1719. 1 CONT 1 CONT In fact, there are many Coles, Luthers, Millers, and some B 1 CONC artons buried here. See Genealogies of Rhode Island Familie 1 CONC s, Vol 2, Roberts, 1989, page 655-664. (Darlene and Roy Leg 1 CONC gitt visited the Kickemuit Cemetery during their visit to R 1 CONC hode Island in 1997.) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Cole text does indicate that both Ebenezer and Mehitabl 1 CONC e Cole are buried in the Kickemuit burying ground. 0 @I11511@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 65B2ADC0C607441DB5DE336CE3C3AAE21649 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4242@ 0 @I11512@ INDI 1 NAME Prudence /Miller/ 2 GIVN Prudence 2 SURN Miller 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Mar 1721 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 23 Aug 1762 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 _UID 0B69654B6A3E440E9C8B6B12C38AACB77236 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4243@ 1 FAMC @F4268@ 1 NOTE @NI11512@ 0 @NI11512@ NOTE 1 CONC The Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, RI has the following inscri 1 CONC ption: 1 CONT 1 CONT In Memory of Prudence Wife of Ebenezer Cole Esq who died Au 1 CONC gust 28th 1762 in ye 42d year of her Age 0 @I11513@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Abell/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Abell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1642 2 PLAC Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Probably, Swansea, Massachusetts 1 AFN G7K4-VQ 1 _UID 4830AACC51624BB2B189AC7E1B437C11ED2D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4244@ 1 FAMC @F4270@ 1 NOTE @NI11513@ 0 @NI11513@ NOTE 1 CONC The Luther Family in America, page 43-45 also contains a ge 1 CONC nealogy from Mary Able back through several British Kings t 1 CONC o Emperor Charlemagne. 1 CONT 1 CONT In summary, the link is Mary Abell, Robert Abel, Frances Co 1 CONC tton, Richard Cotton, Sir George Cotton, Cicely Mainwaring 1 CONC , Jane Sutton, John 6 through John 3 Sutton, Isabel de Cher 1 CONC lton, Joan de Stafford, Margaret d'Audley, Margaret d Clare 1 CONC , Joan, Edward I 1239-1307, King of England, Henry III 120 1 CONC 7 - 1252, King of England, John, King of England 1102-1167 1 CONC , Henry I 1068-1135, King of England, ... Emperor Charlemag 1 CONC ne. 0 @I11517@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Feb 1652 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 DATE 16 Feb 1652 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 15 Feb 1730 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Feb 1730 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 229D-85 1 _UID D153B1F5802741EBBD2E74A8BBB4BCB584E5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4241@ 1 FAMS @F4030@ 1 FAMC @F4248@ 0 @I11518@ INDI 1 NAME Patience /Hale/ 2 GIVN Patience 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 3 Jul 1694 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Aug 1772 1 BURI 2 DATE Aug 1772 1 AFN 229D-ZR 1 _UID 36A767EA7D9B4B6BA63D761C41275DA9DFEA 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4247@ 1 FAMC @F4241@ 0 @I11519@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 16 Jul 1622 2 PLAC , Frating, Essex, England. 1 CHR 2 DATE 26 Jan 1625 2 PLAC Of, , Essex, Massachusetts.(A 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Aug 1667 2 PLAC , Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Aug 1667 1 AFN 8JGD-1M 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID B713DB99A53343DFA40EB82CA508A69CBDF0 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4248@ 1 FAMS @F4026@ 1 FAMC @F4251@ 1 NOTE @NI11519@ 0 @NI11519@ NOTE 1 CONC Savage said: RICHARD, Rehoboth 1643, removed soon after 1 1 CONC 644, and was freeman of May 1646, though it is not seen o 1 CONC f what town he was inhabitant again removed to Newtown, L 1 CONC . I. about 1656, but went soon back to Rehoboth and there d 1 CONC ied 1667. 1 CONT 1 CONT Subject: Re: Bullock and Ingraham 1 CONT From: Cheryl Branca 1 CONT Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 09:32:07 -0700 1 CONT 1 CONT Dear Carl, 1 CONT The only research I have done on this line was done severa 1 CONC l years ago at The Rundell Library in Rochester, NY which o 1 CONC nly had one source. The rest of the information I found o 1 CONC n the Internet and I listed any info I found on the notes s 1 CONC ection of my computer program. I haven't posted my databas 1 CONC e on the internet because I haven't researched any of thos 1 CONC e notes myself and state that whenever I correspond with an 1 CONC yone. If you have things that will correct my informatio 1 CONC n I would love to know about it. 1 CONT I have tacked onto the bottom of this message 2 "Family His 1 CONC tory Report of 2 generations" of what I have only garnere 1 CONC d from the internet. I too get very miffed when someone lis 1 CONC ts things without sourcing the info. I will also list the t 1 CONC wo places you can find Dave Lehman and Al Meyers.... 1 CONT http://members.cxp.com/DLehman/ 1 CONT http://www.ezonline.com/aem/ (who does NOT list Elizabeth I 1 CONC ngraham) 1 CONT I haven't worked on this line for sometime so please forgiv 1 CONC e me for not being really "up" on it.... 1 CONT Please note the ***ed portion just below. 1 CONT Again, any help that you can contribute would be greatly ap 1 CONC preciated. 1 CONT Cheri 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Richard INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: 1600/1605, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: Aug 1683, Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts 1 CONT ***NOT the son of Arthur Ingraham and Eleanor Slingsby!!! s 1 CONC ee: 1 CONT http://www.leeds.gov.uk/tourinfo/1631) 1 CONT Mother: ? 1 CONT (of) Charlestown, Suffolk, England 1 CONT Marr: 24 Apr 1628 1 CONT Children: Elizabeth (1625-1660) 1 CONT Joanna (~1632-1699) 1 CONT William (~1635-1721) 1 CONT Abigail (~1637-1715) 1 CONT Jarrett (~1640-1717) 1 CONT John (~1642-1722) 1 CONT 1.1 Elizabeth INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: 10 Jul 1625, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: 7 Jan 1660, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Spouse: Richard BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 16 Jul 1622, St. Lawrence, Essex, England 1 CONT Death: bef 22 Nov 1667, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Occ: town clerk, ran ferry on Palmer's River in 1664. 1 CONT Father: Edward BULLOCK (1580->1649) 1 CONT Mother: Elizabeth Susan WILD (1602-) 1 CONT One of 58 proprietors of Rehoboth in 1664. 1 CONT RESEARCH NOTES: freeman 1646 1 CONT some sources say Richard is the son of Henry Bullock [1595- 1 CONC 1663]and Susan [1593-1644]. 1 CONT following information from "The Descendants of Colonel Will 1 CONC iam Bullock of 1 CONT Rehoboth, MA" by Virginia Miller Deagan, 1997 1 CONT Richard Bullock's ancestry has never been satisfactorily pr 1 CONC oved in spite of research by many people. He first appeare 1 CONC d in Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony, in 1644 when he purchased t 1 CONC he lot that had been set aside for the Governor. The lot wa 1 CONC s valued at 200 Pounds. Richard was only about 22 years ol 1 CONC d at the time, if we accept the statement he made in testif 1 CONC ying on a matter regarding the estate of Alexander Winchest 1 CONC er in 1648. It is thought that Richard was born in Essex, E 1 CONC ngland in 1622. There is no satisfactory proof of his paren 1 CONC tage. It has been said that he came to America with two old 1 CONC er brothers, Henry and Edward Bullock in 1635 and that sinc 1 CONC e he was not yet 21, stayed with or near them until he rece 1 CONC ived his patrimony when he came of age (Davis, Davis Famil 1 CONC y of Rehoboth). Another possibility which has not been rese 1 CONC arched is the Richard Bullock, son of John Bullock who wa 1 CONC s baptized 26 May 1622 in Pitchford, Shropshire, England. 1 CONT Considering the fact that 200 Pounds was a large sum of mon 1 CONC ey for such a young man at that time and that he apparentl 1 CONC y had a good education since he was chosen to be a town cle 1 CONC rk, it would seem that his family in England were of a subs 1 CONC tantial class. It has also been said that Richard came firs 1 CONC t to Rhode Island and associated with Roger Williams, als 1 CONC o with no proof (Pierce, A Bullock Family History). 1 CONT On 7 April 1635, an Edward Bullock, 32, arrived in New Engl 1 CONC and on the ship "Elizabeth". His 1 CONT will was dated at Dorchester, Mass. on 25 May 1649 when h 1 CONC e was about to return to England. 1 CONT On 20 June 1635, Henry Bullock, age 40 and wife, Susan arri 1 CONC ved with 3 children, Henry 8, Mary 6, and Thomas 2. He sett 1 CONC led in Salem, Mass. No positive connection with Richard ha 1 CONC s been found with either of these men, but most of the orig 1 CONC inal proprietors of Rehoboth came from either Dorchester o 1 CONC r Salem. Rev. Samuel Newman who was the "real founder of Re 1 CONC hoboth" came to America in 1635 and resided for four year 1 CONC s in Dorchester, then went to Weymouth, Mass. as Pastor. H 1 CONC e remained there until the spring of 1644 when the majorit 1 CONC y of his church with others of Hingham Mass. migrated to th 1 CONC e place that the Indians called Seekonk and to which Newma 1 CONC n gave the name of Rehoboth, whose scriptural name means en 1 CONC largement (Tilton, A History of Rehoboth, MA). 1 CONT On August 4, 1647, Richard Bullock married Elizabeth Ingrah 1 CONC am in Rehoboth. She is said to have been the daughter of Ri 1 CONC chard and Elizabeth (Wignall) Ingraham and a descendant o 1 CONC f Sir Arthur Ingraham of Watertown, Mass. Elizabeth was bor 1 CONC n about 1629 and died at the age of 30 on January 7, 1659/6 1 CONC 0, shortly after the birth of her sixth child, Hopestill. 1 CONT On July 21, 1660, Richard married Elizabeth Billington, dau 1 CONC ghter of Francis and Christian (Penn) Billington and grand- 1 CONC daughter of John Billington who arrived in New England on t 1 CONC he Mayflower. The Billington family was described by Gov.Wi 1 CONC lliam Bradford as "ye profanest family" and John Billingto 1 CONC n received the distinction of being the first man hanged i 1 CONC n the Plymouth Colony for committing a murder. 1 CONT Richard Bullock's home lot was along the road leading to th 1 CONC e common opposite the lot of Rev. Samuel Newman. During hi 1 CONC s lifetime, Richard was given additional lands. He drew rig 1 CONC hts in the "Great (Seekonk) Plain " in 1644 and in 1647 h 1 CONC e was allotted the rights of Nathan Pratt's land after Mr 1 CONC . Pratt left Rehoboth. In June 1653 he was one of 49 reside 1 CONC nts who were allowed to draw meadow lands and in 1658 he ag 1 CONC ain shared in a drawing of lands in the northern part of th 1 CONC e town. On 1 October 1661 he was given "soo much land at th 1 CONC e watersyde, against the end of his lott as should be judge 1 CONC d to be convenient to sell". In 1666, he also shared in th 1 CONC e division of the Wannamoisett lands. He spent all of his l 1 CONC ife in Rehoboth. It has been widely accepted that he was i 1 CONC n Newtown Long Island in 1656, but this was probably the Ri 1 CONC chard Bullock who was named as having a debt to our Richard 1 CONC s estate - probably a relative, maybe a nephew. It could no 1 CONC t have been his son, Richard who was only a baby when his f 1 CONC ather died. 1 CONT Certainly, Richard was a farmer as were most of the men o 1 CONC f that time, but in addition, he was the Town Clerk of Reho 1 CONC both from 1659 to the time of his death. Colonial records s 1 CONC how he was made a freeman in May 1646 but do not state hi 1 CONC s residence. As town clerk, he was paid a salary plus an ad 1 CONC ditional amount for each birth, marriage and death record t 1 CONC hat he inscribed. He appeared to be an honorable citizen o 1 CONC f the town. He took the Oath of Fidelity in 1656. In 1662 t 1 CONC he records show that he was appointed to serve on a committ 1 CONC ee regarding liquor and powder shipments and that on June 8 1 CONC , 1664 he was chosen to collect the "Assize" tax. 1 CONT Richard Bullock was licensed to keep a ferry at Palmer's Ri 1 CONC ver on 1 March 1664 by the Plymouth Colony. This allowed hi 1 CONC m to ferry horses from Rehoboth across the Pawtucket (Black 1 CONC stone) River to the Providence Plantation of Roger William 1 CONC s . It appears that he already had a ferry and this allowe 1 CONC d him to build a horse ferry in addition. He also was grant 1 CONC ed the right to sell liquor "to strangers and 1 CONT passengers but not to town dwellers ." 1 CONT It has been suggested that Richard was a member of the Bapt 1 CONC ist church of which the Rev. John Myles was pastor. We do k 1 CONC now that shortly after Richard's death, several of his chil 1 CONC dren were active in that church. As a respected citizen an 1 CONC d a freeman, Richard almost certainly attended the Congrega 1 CONC tionalist Church of the Rev. Samuel Newman. Since the Bullo 1 CONC ck property was closer to Swansea and the church in Swanse 1 CONC a was Baptist, the family may have attended it after Newman 1 CONC 's death in 1663. Rehoboth town records show that in 1666 1 CONC , Richard protested at a town meeting that the church, rath 1 CONC er than the citizens should choose the minister. 1 CONT Richard died on 22 November, 1667. Books were listed amon 1 CONC g the items on his inventory along with a pewter spoon, arm 1 CONC s & ammunition, and 3 blankets as the items with most value 1 CONC . Livestock consisted of "2 yearlings, 2 steers, one heefer 1 CONC , one horse and 6 cows". He had dairy vessels with beer bar 1 CONC rel and was owed 23 shillings from Richard Bullock. This co 1 CONC uld not have been his son, Richard who was born shortly bef 1 CONC ore he died, therefore, there must have been another Richar 1 CONC d Bullock in New England at that time. Possibly the Richar 1 CONC d who was listed in Newtown, Long Island was this other Ric 1 CONC hard Bullock. 1 CONT "Richard Bullock of Rehoboth, 1644, and Some of His Descend 1 CONC ants" by Hon. J. Russell Bullock (1815 - 1899), a handwritt 1 CONC en manuscript in the Providence RI Historical Society Libra 1 CONC ry. 1 CONT "It has been stated that Richard was a son of Henry of Sale 1 CONC m, who died there in 1652, but Henry came in 1630 on the sh 1 CONC ip "Abigail" with his wife, Susan and only children, Henry 1 CONC , Mary and Thomas and in his will, he names only one child 1 CONC , Henry. Of Henry's children none bear the name of Richard. 1 CONT Edward Bullock of Dorchester came from London 1635, had a w 1 CONC ife, Elizabeth. His will probated 1656 names only his wif 1 CONC e and daughter, Hannah (Johnson). 1 CONT Therefore, no known record exists of Richard's birthplace o 1 CONC r or his parentage, or of the vessel in which he came over." 1 CONT Baptismal Records of Pitchford, Shropshire, England: 1 CONT "Richard Bullock, son of John Bullock was baptized 26 May 1 1 CONC 622." 1 CONT From Many Sources - History of the Bullock Family in Americ 1 CONC a. New England Families Vol.4 page 2067 John Bullock was bo 1 CONC rn in Moraton, Cheshire, England and died 1595 in Gt. Wigbo 1 CONC rough, England. He married Ann 1588 in Gt. Wigborough. The 1 CONC y had a child, Edward, born 1580 and died December 5, 164 1 CONC 9 in Mass. He married Elizabeth Susan Wild 1620 in Gt. Wigb 1 CONC orough, England. They were the parents of Richard, b. 1622 1 CONC . ???? 1 CONT Marr: 4 Aug 1647, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Children: Samuel (1648-1717) 1 CONT Elizabeth (1650-) 1 CONT Mary (1652-1730) 1 CONT Mehitable (1655-) 1 CONT Abigail (1657-) 1 CONT Hopestill (1659-) 1 CONT 1.2 Joanna INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: abt 1632/1633, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: 1699, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Spouse: George ROBINSON 1 CONT Death: 1699, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Marr: 18 Jun 1651, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT 1.3 William INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: abt 1635, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: 4 May 1721, Boston, Massachusetts 1 CONT Spouse: Mary BARSTOW 1 CONT Birth: 1641, Dedham 1 CONT Death: 1708, Boston, Massachusetts 1 CONT Marr: 14 May 1656, Boston, Massachusetts 1 CONT 1.4 Abigail INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: abt 1637, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: 1715, Stonington, Connecticut 1 CONT married #2 June 1675 in Stonington, Joshua HOLMES 1 CONT married #3 July 4, 1698 in Groton, James Avery 1 CONT Abigail INGRAHAM 1 CONT * BIRTH: ABT 1637, Barrowby,,England 1 CONT * DEATH: 1715, or near,Stonington,Connecticut 1 CONT Father: Richard INGRAM 1 CONT Mother: Elizabeth WIGNALL 1 CONT Family 1: Samuel CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT * MARRIAGE: 30 NOV 1655, Stonington,New London Co.,Connecti 1 CONC cut 1 CONT 1. Abigail CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT 2. Maria CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT 3. Samuel CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT 4. William CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT 5. Sarah CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT 6. Elisha CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT 7. Elizabeth CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT Family 2: Joshua HOLMES 1 CONT * MARRIAGE: JUN 1675, Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut 1 CONT 1. Mary HOLMES 1 CONT 2. Joshua HOLMES 1 CONT Family 3: James AVERY 1 CONT * MARRIAGE: 4 JUL 1698, Groton,New London Co.,Connecticut 1 CONT Spouse: Samuel CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT Marr: 30 Nov 1655, Stonington, Connecticut 1 CONT 1.5 Jarrett INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: abt 1640, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: 11 Jan 1717/1719, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Spouse: Rebecca SEARLE 1 CONT Burial: 16 Aug 1691 1 CONT Marr: 28 May 1662 1 CONT 1.6 John INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: abt 1642, England 1 CONT Death: 22 Jun 1722, Hadley, Massachusetts 1 CONT Spouse: Elizabeth GARDNER 1 CONT Birth: abt 1644 1 CONT Death: 29 Nov 1684 1 CONT Marr: 21 Nov 1664, Hadley, Massachusetts 1 CONT 1 CONT Index 1 CONT BARSTOW 1 CONT Mary spouse of 1.3 1 CONT BULLOCK 1 CONT Abigail child of 1.1 1 CONT Elizabeth child of 1.1 1 CONT Hopestill child of 1.1 1 CONT Mary child of 1.1 1 CONT Mehitable child of 1.1 1 CONT Richard spouse of 1.1 1 CONT Samuel child of 1.1 1 CONT CHESEBROUGH 1 CONT Samuel spouse of 1.4 1 CONT GARDNER 1 CONT Elizabeth spouse of 1.6 1 CONT INGRAHAM 1 CONT Abigail 1.4 1 CONT Elizabeth 1.1 1 CONT Jarrett 1.5 1 CONT Joanna 1.2 1 CONT John 1.6 1 CONT Richard 1 1 CONT William 1.3 1 CONT ROBINSON 1 CONT George spouse of 1.2 1 CONT SEARLE 1 CONT Rebecca spouse of 1.5 1 CONT WIGNAL 1 CONT Elizabeth spouse of 1 1 CONT and ********* 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 Richard BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 16 Jul 1622, St. Lawrence, Essex, England 1 CONT Death: bef 22 Nov 1667, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Occ: town clerk, ran ferry on Palmer's River in 1664. 1 CONT Father: Edward BULLOCK (1580->1649) 1 CONT Mother: Elizabeth Susan WILD (1602-) 1 CONT One of 58 proprietors of Rehoboth in 1664. 1 CONT RESEARCH NOTES: freeman 1646 1 CONT some sources say Richard is the son of Henry Bullock [1595- 1 CONC 1663]and Susan [1593-1644]. 1 CONT following information from "The Descendants of Colonel Will 1 CONC iam Bullock of 1 CONT Rehoboth, MA" by Virginia Miller Deagan, 1997 1 CONT Richard Bullock's ancestry has never been satisfactorily pr 1 CONC oved in spite of research by many people. He first appeare 1 CONC d in Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony, in 1644 when he purchased t 1 CONC he lot that had been set aside for the Governor. The lot wa 1 CONC s valued at 200 Pounds. Richard was only about 22 years ol 1 CONC d at the time, if we accept the statement he made in testif 1 CONC ying on a matter regarding the estate of Alexander Winchest 1 CONC er in 1648. It is thought that Richard was born in Essex, E 1 CONC ngland in 1622. There is no satisfactory proof of his paren 1 CONC tage. It has been said that he came to America with two old 1 CONC er brothers, Henry and Edward Bullock in 1635 and that sinc 1 CONC e he was not yet 21, stayed with or near them until he rece 1 CONC ived his patrimony when he came of age (Davis, Davis Famil 1 CONC y of Rehoboth). Another possibility which has not been rese 1 CONC arched is the Richard Bullock, son of John Bullock who wa 1 CONC s baptized 26 May 1622 in Pitchford, Shropshire, England. 1 CONT Considering the fact that 200 Pounds was a large sum of mon 1 CONC ey for such a young man at that time and that he apparentl 1 CONC y had a good education since he was chosen to be a town cle 1 CONC rk, it would seem that his family in England were of a subs 1 CONC tantial class. It has also been said that Richard came firs 1 CONC t to Rhode Island and associated with Roger Williams, als 1 CONC o with no proof (Pierce, A Bullock Family History). 1 CONT On 7 April 1635, an Edward Bullock, 32, arrived in New Engl 1 CONC and on the ship "Elizabeth". His will was dated at Dorchest 1 CONC er, Mass. on 25 May 1649 when he was about to return to Eng 1 CONC land. 1 CONT On 20 June 1635, Henry Bullock, age 40 and wife, Susan arri 1 CONC ved with 3 children, Henry 8, Mary 6, and Thomas 2. He sett 1 CONC led in Salem, Mass. No positive connection with Richard ha 1 CONC s been found with either of these men, but most of the orig 1 CONC inal proprietors of Rehoboth came from either Dorchester o 1 CONC r Salem. Rev. Samuel Newman who was the "real founder of Re 1 CONC hoboth" came to America in 1635 and resided for four year 1 CONC s in Dorchester, then went to Weymouth, Mass. as Pastor. H 1 CONC e remained there until the spring of 1644 when the majorit 1 CONC y of his church with others of Hingham Mass. migrated to th 1 CONC e place that the Indians called Seekonk and to which Newma 1 CONC n gave the name of Rehoboth, whose scriptural name means en 1 CONC largement (Tilton, A History of Rehoboth, MA). 1 CONT On August 4, 1647, Richard Bullock married Elizabeth Ingrah 1 CONC am in Rehoboth. She is said to have been the daughter of Ri 1 CONC chard and Elizabeth (Wignall) Ingraham and a descendant o 1 CONC f Sir Arthur Ingraham of Watertown, Mass. Elizabeth was bor 1 CONC n about 1629 and died at the age of 30 on January 7, 1659/6 1 CONC 0, shortly after the birth of her sixth child, Hopestill. 1 CONT On July 21, 1660, Richard married Elizabeth Billington, dau 1 CONC ghter of Francis and Christian (Penn) Billington and grand- 1 CONC daughter of John Billington who arrived in New England on t 1 CONC he Mayflower. The Billington family was described by Gov. W 1 CONC illiam Bradford as "ye profanest family" and John Billingto 1 CONC n received the distinction of being the first man hanged i 1 CONC n the Plymouth Colony for committing a murder. 1 CONT Richard Bullock's home lot was along the road leading to th 1 CONC e common opposite the lot of Rev. Samuel Newman. During hi 1 CONC s lifetime, Richard was given additional lands. He drew rig 1 CONC hts in the "Great (Seekonk) Plain " in 1644 and in 1647 h 1 CONC e was allotted the rights of Nathan Pratt's land after Mr 1 CONC . Pratt left Rehoboth. In June 1653 he was one of 49 reside 1 CONC nts who were allowed to draw meadow lands and in 1658 he ag 1 CONC ain shared in a drawing of lands in the northern part of th 1 CONC e town. On 1 October 1661 he was given "soo much land at th 1 CONC e watersyde, against the end of his lott as should be judge 1 CONC d to be convenient to sell". In 1666, he also shared in th 1 CONC e division of the Wannamoisett lands. He spent all of his l 1 CONC ife in Rehoboth. It has been widely accepted that he was i 1 CONC n Newtown Long Island in 1656, but this was probably the Ri 1 CONC chard Bullock who was named as having a debt to our Richard 1 CONC s estate - probably a relative, maybe a nephew. It could no 1 CONC t have been his son, Richard who was only a baby when his f 1 CONC ather died. 1 CONT Certainly, Richard was a farmer as were most of the men o 1 CONC f that time, but in addition, he was the Town Clerk of Reho 1 CONC both from 1659 to the time of his death. Colonial records s 1 CONC how he was made a freeman in May 1646 but do not state hi 1 CONC s residence. As town clerk, he was paid a salary plus an ad 1 CONC ditional amount for each birth, marriage and death record t 1 CONC hat he inscribed. He appeared to be an honorable citizen o 1 CONC f the town. He took the Oath of Fidelity in 1656. In 1662 t 1 CONC he records show that he was appointed to serve on a committ 1 CONC ee regarding liquor and powder shipments and that on June 8 1 CONC , 1664 he was chosen to collect the "Assize" tax. 1 CONT Richard Bullock was licensed to keep a ferry at Palmer's Ri 1 CONC ver on 1 March 1664 by the Plymouth Colony. This allowed hi 1 CONC m to ferry horses from Rehoboth across the Pawtucket (Black 1 CONC stone) River to the Providence Plantation of Roger William 1 CONC s . It appears that he already had a ferry and this allowe 1 CONC d him to build a horse ferry in addition. He also was grant 1 CONC ed the right to sell liquor "to strangers and 1 CONT passengers but not to town dwellers ." 1 CONT It has been suggested that Richard was a member of the Bapt 1 CONC ist church of which the Rev. John Myles was pastor. We do k 1 CONC now that shortly after Richard's death, several of his chil 1 CONC dren were active in that church. As a respected citizen an 1 CONC d a freeman, Richard almost certainly attended the Congrega 1 CONC tionalist Church of the Rev. Samuel Newman. Since the Bullo 1 CONC ck property was closer to Swansea and the church in Swanse 1 CONC a was Baptist, the family may have attended it after Newman 1 CONC 's death in 1663. Rehoboth town records show that in 1666 1 CONC , Richard protested at a town meeting that the church, rat 1 CONC her than the citizens should choose the minister. 1 CONT Richard died on 22 November, 1667. Books were listed amon 1 CONC g the items on his inventory along with a pewter spoon, arm 1 CONC s & ammunition, and 3 blankets as the items with most value 1 CONC . Livestock consisted of "2 yearlings, 2 steers, one heefer 1 CONC , one horse and 6 cows". He had dairy vessels with beer bar 1 CONC rel and was owed 23 shillings from Richard Bullock. This co 1 CONC uld not have been his son, Richard who was born shortly bef 1 CONC ore he died, therefore, there must have been another Richar 1 CONC d Bullock in New England at that time. Possibly the Richar 1 CONC d who was listed in Newtown, Long Island was this other Ric 1 CONC hard Bullock. 1 CONT "Richard Bullock of Rehoboth, 1644, and Some of His Descend 1 CONC ants" by Hon. J. Russell Bullock (1815 - 1899), a handwritt 1 CONC en manuscript in the Providence RI Historical Society Libra 1 CONC ry. 1 CONT "It has been stated that Richard was a son of Henry of Sale 1 CONC m, who died there in 1652, but Henry came in 1630 on the sh 1 CONC ip "Abigail" with his wife, Susan and only children, Henry 1 CONC , Mary and Thomas and in his will, he names only one child 1 CONC , Henry. Of Henry's children none bear the name of Richard. 1 CONT Edward Bullock of Dorchester came from London 1635, had a w 1 CONC ife, Elizabeth. His will probated 1656 names only his wif 1 CONC e and daughter, Hannah (Johnson). 1 CONT Therefore, no known record exists of Richard's birthplace o 1 CONC r or his parentage, or of the vessel in which he came over." 1 CONT Baptismal Records of Pitchford, Shropshire, England: 1 CONT "Richard Bullock, son of John Bullock was baptized 26 May 1 1 CONC 622." 1 CONT From Many Sources - History of the Bullock Family in Americ 1 CONC a. New England Families Vol.4 page 2067 1 CONT John Bullock was born in Moraton, Cheshire, England and die 1 CONC d 1595 in Gt. Wigborough, England. He married Ann 1588 in G 1 CONC t. Wigborough. They had a child, Edward, born 1580 and die 1 CONC d December 5, 1649 in Mass. He married Elizabeth Susan Wil 1 CONC d 1620 in Gt. Wigborough, England. They were the parents o 1 CONC f Richard, b. 1622. ???? 1 CONT Spouse: Elizabeth INGRAHAM 1 CONT Birth: 10 Jul 1625, Barrowby, England 1 CONT Death: 7 Jan 1660, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Father: Richard INGRAHAM (1600-1683) 1 CONT Mother: Elizabeth WIGNAL (~1610-~1665) 1 CONT Marr: 4 Aug 1647, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Children: Samuel (1648-1717) 1 CONT Elizabeth (1650-) 1 CONT Mary (1652-1730) 1 CONT Mehitable (1655-) 1 CONT Abigail (1657-) 1 CONT Hopestill (1659-) 1 CONT Other spouses Elizabeth BILLINGTON 1 CONT 1.1a Samuel BULLOCK* 1 CONT Birth: 19 Aug 1648 1 CONT Death: 10 Mar 1717/1718 1 CONT Occ: Deacon 1 CONT marriage date listed in "Vital Records of Swansea, Massachu 1 CONC setts to 1850" page 408 as "Samell Bullucke and Mary Thirbe 1 CONC r were married on the 12th day of Nouvember 1673". 1 CONT BIRTH: Aug 19, 1648 1 CONT DEATH: Mar 10, 1717/18 1 CONT Family 1: Thankful Reneff 1 CONT MARRIAGE: May 26, 1675 1 CONT 1.Seth BULLOCK 1 CONT 2.Ebenezer BULLOCK b.Feb.22-1676 1 CONT Spouse: Mary THURBER 1 CONT Birth: Jun 1652, England 1 CONT Death: 4 Oct 1674, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Father: John THURBER (1625-<1705) 1 CONT Mother: Priscilla (1628-1708) 1 CONT death date listed in "Vital Records of Swansea, Massachuset 1 CONC ts to 1850" page 408 as " Mary the wife of Samuell Bullock 1 CONC e deceased the 4th of October 1674". 1 CONT Source of marriage etc is Book A, pages 1 and 56 of "A Hist 1 CONC ory of the Thurbers" by Chas. H. Thurber. 1 CONT Marr: 12 Nov 1673, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Children: Mary (1674-1674) 1 CONT Ebenezer 1 CONT Other spouses Thankful RENEFF 1 CONT 1.1b Samuel BULLOCK* (See above) 1 CONT Spouse: Thankful RENEFF 1 CONT Cheri, 1 CONT When I was in Rehoboth last month I did some research and d 1 CONC iscovered that in the marriage records Samuel Bullock's wif 1 CONC e Thankful is listed as Thankful Reneff. I looked through t 1 CONC he birth death and marriage records and the surname Rouse d 1 CONC oes not appear anywhere. The name Reneff does appear severa 1 CONC l times. You're not the first person that has said her nam 1 CONC e was Rouse but it does not appear to be correct accordin 1 CONC g to the Vital Statistics of Rehoboth. 1 CONT Bryan Thompson, Dept of Education, SUNY Potsdam 1 CONT Marr: 26 May 1675 1 CONT Children: Seth (1693-) 1 CONT Other spouses Mary THURBER 1 CONT 1.2 Elizabeth BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 9 Oct 1650 1 CONT marriage date listed in "Vital Records of Swansea, Massachu 1 CONC setts to 1850" page 22 as " Caleb Edy of this town and Eliz 1 CONC abeth Bullock of Rehoboth were marryed on the 6th day of de 1 CONC cember 1671". 1 CONT Spouse: Caleb EDDY 1 CONT Birth: 1643 1 CONT Death: 23 Mar 1712/1713 1 CONT Marr: 6 Dec 1671, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Children: Hannah (~1680-1768) 1 CONT 1.3 Mary BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 16 Feb 1652, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Death: 15 Feb 1730 1 CONT Burial: Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, Rhode Island 1 CONT Spouse: Richard HAILE I 1 CONT Birth: abt 1640 1 CONT Chr: 1 CONT Death: 29 Sep 1720, Swansea, Bristol, Mass. or Warren, RI 1 CONT Burial: Kickemuit Cemetery, Warren, Rhode Island 1 CONT Occ: "taylour" [tailor], held office of "fence viewer" 1 CONT Father: Richard HAILE (1600-1686) 1 CONT Mother: ? 1 CONT information on Richard & his family from: 1 CONT "History of Swansea", "Hale Genealogy in Reheboth" by W. J 1 CONC . Hale, "Vital Records of Swansea" and LDS Records. 1 CONT Also spelled Hale, Hail, Heald or Hall. 1 CONT First appeared on Swansea records when he was admitted as a 1 CONC n inhabitant on Nov. 14, 1677, and granted a ten acre lot n 1 CONC orth of ye old fence at Kickemuit. 1 CONT Headstone read "aged near 80 years"... 1 CONT Marr: abt 1675, Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT Children: Mary 1 CONT John (1677-1718) 1 CONT Richard (1681-1717) 1 CONT Elizabeth (1685-1756) 1 CONT Barnard (1687-1754) 1 CONT Hannah (1690-) 1 CONT Rose (1692-1748) 1 CONT Patience (1694-1772) 1 CONT 1.4 Mehitable BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 4 Apr 1655 1 CONT 1.5 Abigail BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 29 Aug 1657 1 CONT marriage date listed in "Vital Records of Swansea, Massachu 1 CONC setts to 1850" page 24 as "Obadia Bowen and Abygall Bolloc 1 CONC k were maryed the 25 day of July 1677". 1 CONT Spouse: Obadiah BOWEN Jr. 1 CONT Marr: 25 Jul 1677, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CONT 1.6 Hopestill BULLOCK 1 CONT Birth: 26 Dec 1659 1 CONT Spouse: Joshua LOMBARD 1 CONT Marr: 1682 1 CONT 1 CONT Index 1 CONT BOWEN 1 CONT Obadiah Jr. spouse of 1.5 1 CONT BULLOCK 1 CONT Abigail 1.5 1 CONT Ebenezer child of 1.1a 1 CONT Elizabeth 1.2 1 CONT Hopestill 1.6 1 CONT Mary 1.3 1 CONT Mary child of 1.1a 1 CONT Mehitable 1.4 1 CONT Richard 1 1 CONT Samuel 1.1a 1 CONT Seth child of 1.1b 1 CONT EDDY 1 CONT Caleb spouse of 1.2 1 CONT Hannah child of 1.2 1 CONT HAILE 1 CONT Barnard child of 1.3 1 CONT Elizabeth child of 1.3 1 CONT Hannah child of 1.3 1 CONT John child of 1.3 1 CONT Mary child of 1.3 1 CONT Patience child of 1.3 1 CONT Richard I spouse of 1.3 1 CONT Richard II child of 1.3 1 CONT Rose child of 1.3 1 CONT INGRAHAM 1 CONT Elizabeth spouse of 1 1 CONT LOMBARD 1 CONT Joshua spouse of 1.6 1 CONT RENEFF 1 CONT Thankful spouse of 1.1b 1 CONT THURBER 1 CONT Mary spouse of 1.1a 1 CONT 1 CONT cboyer wrote: 1 CONT Dear Roy and Cheri, This is a followup to correspondence wi 1 CONC th Roy, who quoted you, Cheri, on the Bullock-Ingraham line 1 CONC s. First, I understand your lack of documentation. I starte 1 CONC d out that way, as did most genealogists. I also had to str 1 CONC aighten out some people I had dying at the age of 130 becau 1 CONC se I crammed generations together. Now you have the birth o 1 CONC f Elizabeth Ingraham in Barrowby, England, on 7-10-1625. I 1 CONC s that a birth or baptism/christening? Is that the Barrowb 1 CONC y in Lincolnshire I just found on www.uk.multimap.com? I se 1 CONC e the registers there date from 1538, and they are on the I 1 CONC GI from 1562, so that is a positive development. Multimap l 1 CONC ists no other Barrowby. Is the date July 10 or Oct. 7th? I 1 CONC n another part of your message you have July 10, but it alw 1 CONC ays pays to doublecheck when people use numbers for months 1 CONC . If the record said the seventh month, for example, that w 1 CONC ould have likely been September at that time. Now if Richar 1 CONC d Ingraham was the son of [Sir] Arthur Ingraham and Lady Ja 1 CONC ne Mallory why is this not widely published, as in the Ance 1 CONC stral Roots of Certain American Colonists? I could not fin 1 CONC d the Al Meyers page on the internet, or "Dave's site." I u 1 CONC sed Yahoo, but maybe another search engine would work. Th 1 CONC e name Richard Bullock and the date 1622 are too common t 1 CONC o make his parentage Edward and Elizabeth (Wild) Bullock cr 1 CONC edible without serious documentation. I am assuming there i 1 CONC s no evidence that he was indeed the one "born" 16 July 162 1 CONC 2 (and note that no parish is mentioned). It would be reall 1 CONC y helpful if people would source their statements. However 1 CONC , the Barrowby parish records are copied at the Society o 1 CONC f Genealogists, and can be inspected. I assume the original 1 CONC s are in Barrowby, since the Phillimore Atlas does not sho 1 CONC w them deposited anywhere. I do hope you saw the skepticis 1 CONC m in my book, Ancestral Lines, which is now out in a thir 1 CONC d edition (1998). If you are not familiar with Weis' Ancest 1 CONC ral Roots of Certain American Colonists, it is worth lookin 1 CONC g at in any library with a basic genealogical collection. J 1 CONC ust make sure you have access to the seventh edition, the o 1 CONC nly one with that exact title. I would be glad to correspon 1 CONC d on this further, and perhaps hire someone in London to lo 1 CONC ok at the Barrowby register copy, or at least put it on m 1 CONC y list of things to do personally. I spent a day at the Ne 1 CONC w York Public Library last week, my first time there. Hav 1 CONC e been to the Society of Genealogists in London several tim 1 CONC es. All the best, Carl Boyer 0 @I11520@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth /Ingraham/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth 2 SURN Ingraham 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 21 Mar 1628 2 PLAC Of Frating, Essex, , England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 7 Jan 1660 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE Jan 1660 1 AFN 229D-G6 1 _UID AF4A0713BFE247FA906A4BA74E882CC5A831 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4248@ 1 FAMC @F4252@ 0 @I11521@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Hale/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1536 2 PLAC Codicots, Hertfordshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 Feb 1620 2 PLAC Kings Walden, Hertfordshire, England 1 BURI 2 DATE 27 Feb 1620 2 PLAC St Dunstan, Stepney, Middlesex, England 1 AFN 840M-QX 1 _UID 3C2BF33E50954585B48154D50E7D19A2EB06 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4249@ 1 FAMS @F4039@ 1 NOTE @NI11521@ 0 @NI11521@ NOTE 1 CONC Also AFN:FBGK-89. 0 @I11522@ INDI 1 NAME Dionysia /Giffard/ 2 GIVN Dionysia 2 SURN Giffard 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1572 2 PLAC Kings Walden, Herts, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 840M-VM 1 _UID 42A5C7739DD74F4A893086DD526456B40AAE 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4249@ 0 @I11523@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Hale/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 13 Dec 1600 2 PLAC Of, Kings Walden, Hertfordshire, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 13 Dec 1600 2 PLAC Of, Kings Walden, Hertfordshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Feb 1687 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Warren, Bristol, Rhode Island, , Kickemuit Cemetery 1 AFN 229D-CN 1 _UID EAD619289AB54506B9BC0D761101A4E83176 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4250@ 1 FAMC @F4249@ 0 @I11524@ INDI 1 NAME Edward /Bullock/ 2 GIVN Edward 2 SURN Bullock 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1580 2 PLAC Great Wighorough, Essex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 5 Dec 1649 2 PLAC , , Massachusetts 1 AFN 95B4-K5 1 _UID C439B0FA15DB40C2911EFF3C5AD42F5636B8 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4251@ 0 @I11525@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth Susan /Wild/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth Susan 2 SURN Wild 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1602 2 PLAC , Great Wighboroug, Essex, England. 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8JGD-45 1 _UID 0D159A35707B4BCEA19250B6E70214446F5F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4251@ 0 @I11526@ INDI 1 NAME Richard /Ingraham/ 2 GIVN Richard 2 SURN Ingraham 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1600 2 PLAC Of Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 PLAC Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aug 1683 2 PLAC Northampton, , Massachusetts 1 AFN 1P8W-3J 1 _UID 1E469EE3DAFE4D09A26D0B3FDACBD60FF6A6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4252@ 1 NOTE @NI11526@ 0 @NI11526@ NOTE 1 CONC Subject: Richard Ingraham info.... 1 CONT From: thecrow@eznet.net 1 CONT Date: Tue, 18 Aug 1998 18:23:08 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Roy, 1 CONT Just wanted to mention something about your following entry 1 CONC : **************** Richard INGRAHAM 1 CONT 1 CONT BIRTH: 1600, Of Rehoboth,Bristol,Massachusetts 1 CONT CHRISTENING: Rehobeth,,MA 1 CONT DEATH: 4 APR 1628, Northampton,Hampshire,England 1 CONT 1 CONT REFERENCE: 1P8W-3J 1 CONT 1 CONT Family 1: Elizabeth WIGNALL 1 CONT 1 CONT MARRIAGE: 4 APR 1628, Rehoboth,Bristol,Mass ***** 1 CONC ***************** Northampton is in MASSACHUSETTS and you h 1 CONC ave Richard dying on his wedding day... 1 CONT 1 CONT I have Richard dying in Northampton in August,1683. 1 CONT 1 CONT I found the following in 1989: 1 CONT 1 CONT Information from "Ancestral Lines" by C. Boyer, and LDS rec 1 CONC ords. 1 CONT "Ancestral Lines" says: 1 CONT 1 CONT Ingraham 1 CONT 1 CONT As explained below there is some doubt whether there was on 1 CONC ly one Richard Ingraham in New England in the seventeenth c 1 CONC entury. 1 CONT 1. Richard INGRAHAM, born about 1595, perhaps died in North 1 CONC ampton, Massachusetts Bay, in August 1683. That Richard Ing 1 CONC raham of Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony, and the man of the sam 1 CONC e name in Northampton from 1668 to 1683 are one and the sam 1 CONC e is open to question [Nichols, TAG, 21:190-191]. 1 CONT The name of the wife of Richard Ingraham of Rehoboth is no 1 CONC t known. He may be the one who married (secondly, if so) Mr 1 CONC s. Joan (Rockwell) Baker, widow of Jeffrey Baker of Windso 1 CONC r Connecticut [Frost's Davol-Willits, 104-105]. 1 CONT He came to New England about 1640 and is recorded in Rehobo 1 CONC th land records as early as 1643. If the same man, he move 1 CONC d to Northampton in 1668. 1 CONT Children listed in notes by Lois M. Hudgens: 1 CONT i. William 1 CONT ii. Jarrett 1 CONT iii. Elizabeth, b. 10 July 1625; i .[d.] Rehoboth 7 July 1 1 CONC 659; m. there 4 August 1647 1 CONT Richard Bullock. 1 CONT 1 CONT Since then I have come across Elizabeth Wignall's informati 1 CONC on... I believe that Richard and Elizabeth were officiall 1 CONC y married AFTER the birth of Elizabeth Ingraham (7-10-162 1 CONC 5 in Barrowby, England).... 1 CONT 1 CONT I also believe that they had a daughter Joanna born abt 163 1 CONC 2/33, and possibly Abigail b. abt 1637 and a son John b ab 1 CONC t 1642. 1 CONT 1 CONT Hope you don't mind the corrections.... 1 CONT Cheri Branca 1 CONT 1 CONT Subject: Re: Richard Ingraham info.... 1 CONT From: thecrow@eznet.net 1 CONT Date: Sat, 22 Aug 1998 13:05:05 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Roy, 1 CONT 1 CONT I don't know how much you have on Richard Ingraham.... 1 CONT I have Richard Ingraham being the son of Arthur Ingraham an 1 CONC d Lady Jane Mallory. Arthur is the son of Arthur Ingraham S 1 CONC r. and Eleanor Slingsby. 1 CONT Eleanor is the daughter of Henry Slingsby and Francis Vavas 1 CONC our. Henry is the son of Sir Francis Slingsby and Mary Perc 1 CONC y. NOW you hit the Percy line!!!! and that gets you all sor 1 CONC ts of royalty!!! this line is huge--you'll LOVE it!!! Onc 1 CONC e you hit English royalty the thing explodes into royalty f 1 CONC rom just about every Europen country. Al Meyer has all thi 1 CONC s stuff on his website, and my cousin Dave Lehman does too 1 CONC . Here are their addresses.... 1 CONT 1 CONT http://www.ezonline.com/aem/gen/d0021/g0000066.htm#I1410 1 CONC 2 (this is Richard Ingraham's page -- Al Meyers....go fro 1 CONC m there...Al has done tons of research, going to Europe an 1 CONC d such....I feel very confident in his information) 1 CONT 1 CONT http://www.lightlink.com/dlehman/ (this is Dave's site--m 1 CONC ost of it taken from Al's site, so scan down the left han 1 CONC d column and hit Ingraham, then click on Slingsby and the 1 CONC n Percy and find Mary as #12 and so forth). 1 CONT 1 CONT I ended up picking up 4 THOUSAND more direct ancestors onc 1 CONC e I hit this line.... 1 CONT 1 CONT I descend from Richard Ingraham's daughter Elizabeth who ma 1 CONC rried Richard Bullock...then through their daughter Mary wh 1 CONC o married Richard Haile, through their daughter Elizabeth w 1 CONC ho married Jonathan Hill III....... 1 CONT 1 CONT Hope this info helps.... Yep, LDS is always very suspect.... 1 CONT 1 CONT Cheri 0 @I11527@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth Mrs /Ingram/ 2 GIVN Elizabeth Mrs 2 SURN Ingram 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1600 2 PLAC Frating, Essex, , England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8JGD-CC 1 _UID 12E245B026AB43D2995AEAD1FD986C05839D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4252@ 1 FAMS @F4042@ 0 @I11528@ INDI 1 NAME William /Turner/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1694 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 4 Oct 1759 2 PLAC , Newport, , Rhode Island 1 AFN BKX4-60 1 _UID 9CF6B762EB92400BA3B8EC64C56B2EA01C40 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4247@ 1 FAMC @F4253@ 0 @I11529@ INDI 1 NAME Lillis /Turner/ 2 GIVN Lillis 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 26 Feb 1714 2 PLAC , Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 8 Mar 1775 1 AFN 1004-VKK 1 _UID 4AFA2C42D2AF493F90AA9EF96C56C7657AD2 1 CHAN 2 DATE 13 Jul 2007 3 TIME 17:38 1 FAMS @F4240@ 1 FAMC @F4247@ 1 NOTE @NI11529@ 0 @NI11529@ NOTE 1 CONC Her husband, Samuel Barton apparently died sometime betwee 1 CONC n 1749 when his last child was born and when his will was p 1 CONC roved on April 13, 1752. 1 CONT 1 CONT The NEHGS in Boston has an apparently original book entitle 1 CONC d Manual of the Baptist Church of Warren, R. I. November 15 1 CONC , 1764 * March 1, 1886, published in Phenix, R. I. 1886. M 1 CONC ember 29 is Ebenezer Cole and 30 is Lillis [Turner] [Barton 1 CONC ] Cole. They joined with the original congregation Nov. 15 1 CONC , 1764. 1 CONT 1 CONT There was a pen and ink addition in the margin indicating t 1 CONC hey had married in 28 June 1763. The text indicates Ebenez 1 CONC er was removed July 9, 1798 and an ink change indicates r 1 CONC e 83-. It indicates Lillis was removed Mar 8, 1775. An in 1 CONC k change indicates ae 60 b. 26 Feb 1715. 0 @I11530@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Turner/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1646 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE Aft 1715 2 PLAC , Newport, , Rhode Island 1 AFN 1004-VWM 1 _UID 63C50DC8C5F14237B6C83CA8CFA1C6602496 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4253@ 1 FAMC @F4254@ 0 @I11531@ INDI 1 NAME Mrs-Thomas /Turner/ 2 GIVN Mrs-Thomas 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1656 2 PLAC Of, Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-V53 1 _UID 58A2B4FB7CD042B3BEC1DDFC88425C82EAA5 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4253@ 0 @I11532@ INDI 1 NAME William /Turner/ 2 GIVN William 2 SURN Turner 2 NSFX Captain 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1613 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-WWS 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID 23A756DAA402495188E21E1DE004956CC40D 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4254@ 1 FAMS @F4050@ 1 FAMS @F4051@ 1 NOTE @NI11532@ 0 @NI11532@ NOTE 1 CONC Savage contains: 1 CONT 1 CONT WILLIAM, Dorchester 1642, freeman 10 May 1643, removed to B 1 CONC oston, and was one of the founders of the first Baptist chu 1 CONC rch 1665; would, early in Philip's war, have formed a compl 1 CONC iment of volunteers for service against the common enemy, b 1 CONC ut, as most of the associates were his religious persuasion 1 CONC , his and their offers were slighted. As the war grew mor 1 CONC e dangerous in the following spring, he was encouraged by t 1 CONC he government and had command on the upper waters of Connec 1 CONC ticut river on 18 May surprised the Indians at the place wh 1 CONC ere the falls have since borne his name, and gave them a si 1 CONC gnal defeat, but on the return he was surrounded at Green r 1 CONC iver and the next day after the Falls fight was killed wit 1 CONC h fourteen of his men. See Niles strange. indistinct, i 1 CONC n 3 Mass. 1 CONT Hist. Coll. VI. 184. His wife was a widow of Key Alsop, a 1 CONC nd children were, probably by another perhaps Frances not a 1 CONC ll born in Boston, at least only Prudence, 12 Oct. 1665, i 1 CONC s to be found in the records yet his will made 10 Feb. 1 CONT 1676, as he was suddenly called to the war, probably 21 Ju 1 CONC ly following provided for wife Mary and children without na 1 CONC ming any, though he refers to his eldest daughter. Farme 1 CONC r notes that eight of this name had, in 1834, been graduate 1 CONC d at Harvard eight at Yale, and six at other New England Co 1 CONC lleges. 1 CONT 1 CONT The descendants of Captain William Turner can feel console 1 CONC d by the following from Savage: 1 CONT 1 CONT EPHRAIM KEMPTON, Boston, gunsmith, married 7 Nov. 1673, Pat 1 CONC ience, daughter of Elder Thomas Faunce, had removed 1677 t 1 CONC o Salem, but, perhaps, went to Plymouth late in life, and h 1 CONC is widow is one of the instances, well authenticated (as ve 1 CONC ry few are) of much exceeded 100 years of age. Her memory w 1 CONC as accurate, if not happy, for she saw the head of Philip 1 CONC , the great Indian king, upon a pole at Plymouth, where i 1 CONC t remained over twenty years from his fall, and said, tha 1 CONC t a wren used to make her nest in the skull, where she hatc 1 CONC h. her young every year. 0 @I11533@ INDI 1 NAME Frances Mrs /Turner/ 2 GIVN Frances Mrs 2 SURN Turner 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1623 2 PLAC Of, Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 1004-VT7 1 _UID A01AB6B145FF4B6B844861C0FA88336724C4 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4254@ 0 @I11534@ INDI 1 NAME Mrs-Richard /Hale/ 2 GIVN Mrs-Richard 2 SURN Hale 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1602 2 PLAC Of, Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 229D-DT 1 _UID 258A3D3C30274CC9BB709059AAE5C22F28CD 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4250@ 0 @I11535@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Peak/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Peak 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID 15805DC5BF324667AA0395B56CB98AC5C07C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 0 @I11537@ INDI 1 NAME John /Low/ 2 GIVN John 2 SURN Low 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT Y 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID F0EF4E9BC8984EC6AC2E16BEB9799409B96A 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4257@ 1 FAMC @F4262@ 1 NOTE @NI11537@ 0 @NI11537@ NOTE 1 CONC Savage said JOHN, Warwick, son of Anthony, married 3 Mar. 1 1 CONC 675, Mary, daughter of Zachary Rhoades. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, page 338 conta 1 CONC ins: 1 CONT 1 CONT 1675. Freeman 1 CONT 1 CONT 1678, May 6. He was fined 20s for not serving on jury. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1682. Deputy 1 CONT 1 CONT 1688. Grand Jury. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1692, Nov. 10. He quit-claimed to his brother Samuel all hi 1 CONC s interest in lands and housing at Swanzey. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1696, Oct. 30. The Assembly met at his house. 0 @I11538@ INDI 1 NAME Samuel /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Samuel 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 12 Feb 1592 2 PLAC Manchester, Lancaster, England 1 CHR 2 DATE 12 Feb 1592 2 PLAC Cathedral Chr, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 10 Dec 1677 2 PLAC Providence, Provience, Rhode Island 1 BURI 2 PLAC Family Cemetery, Warwick Cove, Warwick, Rhode Island 1 AFN 8Q4G-FC 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID 31138294E3864D758C9F7932C18DB542A032 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4258@ 1 FAMC @F4259@ 1 NOTE @NI11538@ 0 @NI11538@ NOTE 1 CONC Samuel Gorton's life is well documented in The Life and Tim 1 CONC es of Samuel Gorton, The Founders and the Founding of the R 1 CONC epublic, A Section of Early United States History and A His 1 CONC tory of the Colony of Providence and Rhode Island Plantatio 1 CONC ns in the Narragansett Indian Country now the State of Rhod 1 CONC e Island 1592 - 1626 - 1677 - 1687 with a genealogy of Samu 1 CONC el Gorton's descendants to the present time. Compiled fro 1 CONC m various accounts, histories, letters, and published and u 1 CONC npublished records by Adelos Gorton, Philadelphia, 1907. 1 CONT 1 CONT Unfortunately I only copied those portions applicable to Ru 1 CONC fus Barton from the text. However, Savage mentions Samue 1 CONC l Gorton frequently in his text. 1 CONT 1 CONT SAMUEL GORTON, Warwick, a most active religious disturber o 1 CONC f several places, born about 1600, at Gorton, where, he say 1 CONC s, his family had been many generations. Came to Boston 163 1 CONC 6, went soon to Plymouth, thence, in 1638, to Rhode Island 1 CONC . He was admitted as an inhabitant 27 June of that year bu 1 CONC t in the autumn of 1641 was disquieting Roger Williams at P 1 CONC rovidence; in 1643, with Holden, Greene, and others, made t 1 CONC he great movement to purchase of Warwick from the Indians w 1 CONC hich led to hostile aggression by the government of Massach 1 CONC usetts who took all his settlers prisoners, and punished th 1 CONC em cruelly not without some hesitation even sparing their l 1 CONC ives. Next year he went to England with other sufferers an 1 CONC d obtained just assertion of his right, and had peace nea 1 CONC r thirty years for his adherents in the cloudy doctrines. S 1 CONC ee good Memories in R. I. Hist. Coll. II. by Judge Staples 1 CONC ; and critical disquis. by Charles Deane in Genealog. Reg 1 CONC . IV. 201. He had ch. Samuel, John, and Benjamin, beside th 1 CONC e ds. Maher, who married Daniel Coles; Mary, who married pe 1 CONC rhaps, Peter Greene, first, and, next, John Sanford; Sarah 1 CONC , who married William Mace; Ann, who married John Warner; E 1 CONC lizabeth married John Crandall, and Susanna, married Benjam 1 CONC in Barton. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, page 302 conta 1 CONC ins the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT His occupation in England has been that of a clothier. Hi 1 CONC s family, he says, had been for many generations at Gorto 1 CONC n (a chapelry within the parish of Manchester, in Lancaste 1 CONC r County). 1 CONT 1 CONT 1635, Jun. 18. He (called Samuel Gorton, of London, clothie 1 CONC r) had release from John Dukenfield of Dunkenfeld, Cheste 1 CONC r County, England, of all sorts and causes of action from t 1 CONC he beginning of the world. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1637, Mar. He arrived at Boston from London, having with hi 1 CONC m wife Elizabeth, eldest son Samuel and other children. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1637. Plymouth. He hired part of a house of Ralph Smith wit 1 CONC h whom he soon had a difference of religious topics. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1638, Dec. 4. He was summoned to court to answer complain 1 CONC t of Ralph Smith (Elder of the church at Plymouth) and ther 1 CONC e he carried himself so mutinously and seditiously as tha 1 CONC t he was for the same and for his turbulent carriages towar 1 CONC ds both magistrates and ministers in the presence of the Co 1 CONC urt, sentenced to find sureties for his good behavior durin 1 CONC g the time he should stay in the jurisdiction, which was t 1 CONC o be only fourteen days. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1639, Apr. 30. Portsmouth. He and twenty-eight others sign 1 CONC ed the following compact: "We whose names are underwritte 1 CONC n do acknowledge ourselves the legal subjects of his Majest 1 CONC y King Charles, and in his name do heerby bind ourselves in 1 CONC to a civil body politick, unto his laws according to matter 1 CONC s of justice." 1 CONT 1 CONT 1640. His servant maid assaulted a woman whose cow had tres 1 CONC passed on his land and the servant was ordered before the c 1 CONC ourt, but he appeared in her behalf refusing to allow her t 1 CONC o come to court. He was indicted on fourteen counts, amon 1 CONC g the charges brought against being the following: That h 1 CONC e had said "that the government was such as was not to be s 1 CONC ubjected unto." He called the magistrates "Just Asses" - H 1 CONC e called a freeman in open court, "saucy boy and Jack-an-Ap 1 CONC es" - He charged the court with acting the second part of P 1 CONC lymouth magistrates, who as he said "condemned him in the c 1 CONC himney corner ere they heard him speak" - When the Governo 1 CONC r said "all you that own the King take away Gorton and carr 1 CONC y him to prison," he replied "all you own the King take awa 1 CONC y Coddington and carry him to prison" &c. Having already su 1 CONC ffered imprisonment, he was now sentenced to be whipped, an 1 CONC d went soon to Providence. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1640, May 8. Providence. His democratic ideas for church an 1 CONC d state, &c., soon led to division of settlement here and R 1 CONC oger Williams wrote to Winthrop under this date as follows 1 CONC : " Master Gorton having abused high and low at Aquidneck 1 CONC , is now bewitching and bemadding poor Providence, both wit 1 CONC h his unclean and foul censures of all the ministers of thi 1 CONC s country (for which myself have in Christ's name withstoo 1 CONC d him) and also denying all visible and external ordances i 1 CONC n depth of Familism," &c. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1641, Nov. 17. He had taken up his residence with the Pawtu 1 CONC xet settlers before this time, and here too there was a div 1 CONC ision into parties, the majority adhering to his views. A l 1 CONC etter was sent to Massachusetts at this date signed by thir 1 CONC teen persons, who complained of the "insolent and riotous c 1 CONC arriage of Samuel Gorton and his company" and therefore pet 1 CONC itioned Massachusetts to "lend us a neighbor like helping h 1 CONC and." 1 CONT 1 CONT 1643, Jan 12. Warwick. He and ten others bought of Miantono 1 CONC mi for 144 fathoms of wampum, tract of land that was calle 1 CONC d Shawomet (Warwick). 1 CONT 1 CONT 1643, Sep 12. He with others of Warwick, was notified to ap 1 CONC pear at General Court at Boston, to hear complaint of two I 1 CONC ndian Sachems Pomham and Socconocco, as to "some unjust an 1 CONC d injurious dealing toward them by yourselves. 1 CONT " The Warwick men declined to obey the summons, declarin 1 CONC g that they were legal subjects of the King of England an 1 CONC d beyond the limits of Massachusetts authority, to whom the 1 CONC y would acknowledge no subjection. Soldiers were soon sent 1 CONC , who besieged the settlers in a fortified house. In a parl 1 CONC ey it was now said "that they held blasphemous errors whic 1 CONC h they must repent of" or go to Boston for trial, and the 1 CONC y were soon carried thence. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1643, Oct. 17. He was brought with others before the court 1 CONC , and the following charges preferred against him. "Upon mu 1 CONC ch examination and serious consideration of your writing, w 1 CONC ith your answers about them, we do charge you to be a blasp 1 CONC hemous enemy of the true religion of our "Lord Jesus Chris 1 CONC t and his Holy Ordinances, and also of all civil authorit 1 CONC y among the people of God and particularly in this jurisdic 1 CONC tion." 1 CONT 1 CONT 1643, Nov. 3. He was sentenced as follows: "Ordered to be c 1 CONC onfined to Charlestown, there to be kept at work and to wea 1 CONC r such bolt or irons as might hinder his escape; and if h 1 CONC e broke his confinement or by speech or writing published o 1 CONC r maintained any of the blasphemies or abominable heresie 1 CONC s wherewith he hath been charged by the General Court, or s 1 CONC hould reproach or reprove the churches of our Lord Jesus Ch 1 CONC rist in these United Colonies, or the civil government, &c. 1 CONC , that upon conviction thereof by a trial by jury he shoul 1 CONC d suffer death." All but three of the magistrates condemne 1 CONC d him to death at the trial. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1644, Mar. He was released from prison (but banished from b 1 CONC oth Massachusetts and Warwick), and same year went to Engla 1 CONC nd with Randall Holding and John Greene to obtain redress f 1 CONC or their wrongs. The were obliged to take ship at New York. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776 has the following 1 CONC : 19 April 1644. Copy of Act of submission by Pessicus Sa 1 CONC chem and the Narragansetts Indians to the government of Eng 1 CONC land. Samuel Gorton, John Wickes, Randal Holden and John Wa 1 CONC rner are appointed to execute the deed witnessed by Christo 1 CONC pher Helme, Robert Potter and Richard Carder (CSPC). 1 CONT 1 CONT From "The Greenes of Rhode Island": 1 CONT 1 CONT Samuel Gorton, born 1592, at Gorton, near Manchester, Engla 1 CONC nd, where his family had been seated for generations, was o 1 CONC ne of the most prominent men of his times. He was a clothie 1 CONC r in London, and emigrated to America, landing in Boston, M 1 CONC arch, 1637. He was leader of the pioneer settlers at Warwic 1 CONC k, RI, and, though sharply criticized and cruelly persecute 1 CONC d, it was written of him: "He was a man of great ability an 1 CONC d individuality, of perfect sincerity, of strong pertinacit 1 CONC y in his very peculiar views of both religion and politics 1 CONC ; a man who had the courage of his convictions; and the sto 1 CONC cks, the scourge and the prison, and even the overhanging s 1 CONC hadow of the gallows could not make him deviate a hair's br 1 CONC eadth from what he deemed to be right. ... After the R.I. C 1 CONC harter was obtained he was one of the best and ablest citiz 1 CONC ens of the State, a sagacious counselor, a wise and able ne 1 CONC gotiator; he won the confidence of the red and white men al 1 CONC ike, lived long in the land, and died respected" (see "Th 1 CONC e Providence Plantations for 250 Years", pp.30-31). He wa 1 CONC s successively Magistrate, Corporator, Foreign Commissioner 1 CONC , Assemblyman, Judge and Senator, and, in 1651, President o 1 CONC r Governor. 1 CONT 1 CONT Many of the founders of Rhode Island were persecuted and ja 1 CONC iled by leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, who trie 1 CONC d to maintain control of Shawomet (Warwick) and lands of th 1 CONC e Naragansett Indians. Samuel Gorton, John Greene (physicia 1 CONC n) and Randall Holden, all of whom had been persecuted, tra 1 CONC velled to England in 1644 where their claims to Shawomet an 1 CONC d the Naragansett claims were upheld; they returned to Bost 1 CONC on on Sept. 13, 1646 with an order from the Governor in Chi 1 CONC ef, Lord High Admiral, and Commissioner appointed by Parlia 1 CONC ment for the English Plantations of America directing tha 1 CONC t they be allowed to return in freedom to the tract of lan 1 CONC d called Naragansett Bay and to inhabit and abide there wit 1 CONC hout interruption. Thus this successful appeal and the ster 1 CONC n rebuke it brought to the tyranny of the Puritan Hierarch 1 CONC y led in a momentous degree to the preservation of the whol 1 CONC e Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and th 1 CONC e final emancipation of its entire territory from the usurp 1 CONC ation of Massachusetts Bay. 1 CONT 1 CONT From "Samuel Gorton of Rhode Island": 1 CONT 1 CONT Removed first to Plymouth, MA, then to Portsmouth, Providen 1 CONC ce, Cranston, and Warwick, RI. He was President of the Prov 1 CONC idence Plantations in 1651 and founder of the town of Warwi 1 CONC ck. In the forefront of political reforms, he fought valian 1 CONC tly for the separation of church and state, played an impor 1 CONC tant role in the movement to ban slavery, and stood for th 1 CONC e rights of Indians, paying them for his lands when many ot 1 CONC her colonists merely appropriated their real estate. A la 1 CONC y minister, he was the author of numerous historical and re 1 CONC ligious volumes. On a mission back to England he was instru 1 CONC mental in obtaining a royal charter for Rhode Island and i 1 CONC n defending its political independence from the threat of d 1 CONC ominance by Massachusetts. 1 CONT 1 CONT ================================= ========================= 1 CONC ==================== 1 CONT 1 CONT There is a website devoted to Samuel Gorton: 1 CONT 1 CONT http://www.empire.net/~sgorton/warwick/warwick.html 1 CONT 1 CONT It contains this description: 1 CONT 1 CONT Samuel Gorton (1592 - 1677) 1 CONT 1 CONT The Early Years, and Emigrating to America 1 CONT 1 CONT Samuel Gorton was born February 12, 1592, and died Decembe 1 CONC r 10, 1677. The "Gorton" name appears to derive from the ha 1 CONC mlet of Gorton, on the outskirts of Manchester, England. Sa 1 CONC muel's father was Thomas Gorton, and he was a tailor befor 1 CONC e he came to the New World. 1 CONT 1 CONT He emigrated from London to Boston in 1636, with strong (an 1 CONC d unique) religious beliefs. He was thrown out of Boston, a 1 CONC nd later thrown out of Plymouth, Portsmouth, and Aquidnec 1 CONC k Island. He later migrated to Providence, Rhode Island. Th 1 CONC ere he quarreled with Roger Williams, a religious radical a 1 CONC nd Providence's leader, as well as other town members. Gort 1 CONC on's views on religion and government were not appreciate 1 CONC d by the town. 1 CONT 1 CONT Gorton did not believe in an organized ministry or priestho 1 CONC od, but instead felt that everyone should come to his own r 1 CONC elationship with God. Additionally, Gorton saw no reason t 1 CONC o listen to the colonial government, feeling that Rhode Isl 1 CONC and "had no authorie legally derived to deale with me. Neit 1 CONC her had they the choice of the people, but set up themselve 1 CONC s. ...and I thought my selfe as fitt and able to governe m 1 CONC y selfe and family as any that were then upon Rhode Island." 1 CONT 1 CONT Roger Williams wrote that "Master Gorton having abused hig 1 CONC h and low at Squidneck, is now bewitching and bemadding poo 1 CONC r Providence, with his uncleane and foul censures of all th 1 CONC e ministers of this country ... and also denying all visibl 1 CONC e and externall ordinances..." 1 CONT 1 CONT In November 1641, a delegation from the Providence governme 1 CONC nt attempted to confiscate the cattle of one of Gorton's fo 1 CONC llowers. The "Gortonists" put up a fight, and rescued the f 1 CONC ollower and his cattle, causing a riot and bloodshed. Gorto 1 CONC n and his followers would soon move again. 1 CONT 1 CONT Oliver Payson Fuller, in his book The History of Rhode Isla 1 CONC nd (1875) wrote while comparing Gorton to Roger Williams: 1 CONT 1 CONT "Gorton was also a preacher and founder of a religiou 1 CONC s sect, and his views, both ecclesiastical and political, w 1 CONC ere not only obnoxious to the colonists of Massachusetts bu 1 CONC t also in a lesser degree to those of Providence and Aquidn 1 CONC eck." 0 @I11539@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1566 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 Jan 1611 2 PLAC , , , England 1 BURI 2 DATE 3 Jan 1610 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 AFN 9LSV-80 1 _UID 2B3EFF56106E4E7B9C01AAB4ED74A5444A80 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4259@ 1 FAMC @F4260@ 0 @I11540@ INDI 1 NAME Ann // 2 GIVN Ann 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1566 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1622-1623 1 BURI 2 DATE 1 Nov 1623 2 PLAC Cathedral Church, Manchester, Lancs., England 1 AFN 9WCN-3K 1 _UID 386E9C2ACD9648C6AEAF51064D4ED14946B6 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4259@ 0 @I11541@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1526 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 8Q4F-T9 1 _UID A61B93A795FE412980C343A7511945D5A973 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4260@ 1 FAMC @F4261@ 0 @I11542@ INDI 1 NAME Anne // 2 GIVN Anne 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1518 2 PLAC Of Gorton, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCN-GG 1 _UID 1D73C19BE23846B382D62D8E44A48078F233 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4260@ 0 @I11543@ INDI 1 NAME Thomas /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Thomas 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1501 2 PLAC Of Gorton, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Gorton, Manchester, Lancastershire, England 1 AFN 9WCN-MB 1 _UID 0E50FEDB35514389972FCF8923AC04239D3C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4261@ 0 @I11544@ INDI 1 NAME Mrs Thomas /Gorton/ 2 GIVN Mrs Thomas 2 SURN Gorton 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1506 2 PLAC Of Gorton, Manchester, Lancashire, England 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9WCN-Z2 1 _UID B6B0AACC1F1E44FDB33C9D74E381C5F2755C 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4261@ 0 @I11545@ INDI 1 NAME Elizabeth // 2 GIVN Elizabeth 1 SEX F 1 DEAT Y 1 AFN 9J62-2M 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID D124048C97304911992F3507F14031A7B316 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4258@ 1 NOTE @NI11545@ 0 @NI11545@ NOTE 1 CONC Both Savage and Austin, in their genealogical dictionaries 1 CONC , mention Samuel Gorton's wife as Elizabeth. Austin indica 1 CONC ted she died 1677 +. However, looking at the LDS Ancestra 1 CONC l File, it has his wife as Mary Maplett. I went back to Au 1 CONC stin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island and noted a 1 CONC n apparent correction cut and pasted to the bottom of pag 1 CONC e 302. (It is probably from American Genealogist, v.20, p.1 1 CONC 86-187 as noted in pen on that page. There are a series o 1 CONC f corrections to Austin's work in several issues of the A 1 CONC G and are noted and included as notes and an addendum to th 1 CONC e current edition of Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Islan 1 CONC d.) 1 CONT 1 CONT It reads in part: GORTON, 1st column. The mother of most o 1 CONC f his children and prehaps his only wife, was Mary Mapplett 1 CONC , of John and Mary. If he had an earlier wife Elizabeth sh 1 CONC e was mother of his oldest son Samuel, (who was considerabl 1 CONC y older than the other children, apparently) and possibly o 1 CONC f one or two more. In 1636 Mr. Gorton wrote (of his Plymou 1 CONC th, Mass. residence) concerning his wife, that she was "a 1 CONC s tenderly brought up as any man's wife then in that town. 1 CONC " This might well have applied to his wife Mary Maplett. 1 CONT Her brother, Doctor John Maplett was one of the physician 1 CONC s extraodinary to King Charles II, as seen on his tombston 1 CONC e in Bath Abbey Church, Bath, England, where he latterly li 1 CONC ved, though called of Middlesex County, England. 1646, De 1 CONC c 7., Mrs. Mary Maplett in will of this date gives to "daug 1 CONC hter Mary Gorton, wife of Samuel Gorton, living in New Engl 1 CONC and, all the money which her said husband Samuel Gorton dot 1 CONC h owe me and a herd of cattle which he hath of mine." Als 1 CONC o £10 to buy her mourning. 1662, Apr 9, he and wife Mary d 1 CONC eeded land. 1 CONT 1670, Apr 18, in will of Dr. John Maplett, of Bath, England 1 CONC , he gives to "my dear sister, Mrs. Mary Gorton of New Engl 1 CONC and" - 20 s. and to each of her children 10 s. apiece. 0 @I11547@ INDI 1 NAME Anthony /Low/ 2 GIVN Anthony 2 SURN Low 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1692 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 SOUR @S192@ 1 _UID 57E7F01012334EAEAC830AC62C7DF5E3FF1F 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4262@ 1 NOTE @NI11547@ 0 @NI11547@ NOTE 1 CONC Savage said ANTHONY, Boston, son of John, a wheelwright, re 1 CONC moved after 1654 to Warwick, had wife Frances, and son John 1 CONC , perhaps other children. He was afterwards of Swansey, whe 1 CONC n his home had been burned at Warwick in Mar. 1676, and i 1 CONC n July afterwards performed good service for the famous Cap 1 CONC t. Church. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, page 338 conta 1 CONC ins the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT He was son of John & Elizabeth Low, his father being a whee 1 CONC lwright in Boston, where he died 1658, Dec. 1. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1666, Mar. 29. Warwick. He bought of Christopher Hauxburst 1 CONC , his dwelling house and land in Pawtuxet. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1670, Feb. 1. Swanzey. He deeded to son John, for love, &c. 1 CONC , 20 acres and dwelling house in Warwick and other land. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1675, Jun. 27. The burning of his house is alluded to i 1 CONC n a letter from Roger Williams to John Winthrop. He mention 1 CONC s a report that the Indians "had burnt about twelve houses 1 CONC , one new great one (Anthouie Loes)." This house was in Sw 1 CONC anzey. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1676. He bought the terms of service of five Indians "grea 1 CONC t and small," for £8. 1 CONT They had been taken captive by Providence men, and were t 1 CONC o serve out a certain term of years and then be free. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1676, Jun. Captain Benjamin Church was negotiating with th 1 CONC e Seaconnet Indians and much needed a vessel, but met wit 1 CONC h disappointment owing to false and faint hearted men, &c. 1 CONC , "until at last Mr. Anthony Low put into the harbor wit 1 CONC h a loaded vessel bound to the westward, and being made acq 1 CONC uainted with Mr. Church's case told him that he had so muc 1 CONC h kindness for him and was so pleased with the business tha 1 CONC t he was engaged in, that he would run the venture of his v 1 CONC essel and cargo to wait upon him." He brought him to Newpor 1 CONC t where Mr. Church disembarked. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1682, Oct. 31. His Indian servant James now living with hi 1 CONC m at Swanzey, having often solicited the court for his free 1 CONC dom, (he having been out in the rebellion) it was now order 1 CONC ed by the court that he should be free the Tuesday after Ma 1 CONC rch Court unless Mr. Low appears to give satisfying reaso 1 CONC n to contrary; and when he goes away his master shall giv 1 CONC e him a good suit of clothes. 1 CONT 1 CONT 1692, Aug. 6. Will. "The last will and testament of Anthon 1 CONC y Low, this sixth day of August 1692; first I do will and b 1 CONC equeath to my loving wife the house she now lives in, durin 1 CONC g her life and after her decease to my son Samuel Low & hi 1 CONC s heirs forever. And to my eldest son John Low, all in righ 1 CONC t and title at Warwick to him and his heirs forever. And t 1 CONC o my son Samuel, my sloop Dolphin which now I am in, my wif 1 CONC e and my son Samuel taking care to maintain my daughter Eli 1 CONC zabeth during her life; so resting with dear love to all m 1 CONC y friends, this I leave as my last will and testament thi 1 CONC s sixth day of August, 1692. I also bequeath my plantatio 1 CONC n at Swanzey to my son Simon Davis, and all the rest that i 1 CONC s mine to my wife and my son Samuel as aforesaid. 1 CONT 1 CONT His wife's gravestone is still to be seen in the burial gro 1 CONC und at New Meadow Neck, Warren, R. I. 0 @I11550@ INDI 1 NAME Joseph /Sykester/ 2 GIVN Joseph 2 SURN Sykester 2 NSFX Captain 1 SEX M 1 DEAT Y 1 _UID C574B8835D5A41FBB1FA8FC9F3B1C60EE288 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4264@ 0 @I11551@ INDI 1 NAME Frances // 2 GIVN Frances 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1632 1 DEAT 2 DATE Jun 1702 1 _UID 06CAE47166324249824C0E5E7C1D454EAEEB 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4262@ 0 @I11553@ INDI 1 NAME Hugh /Cole/ 2 GIVN Hugh 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE 1627-1628 2 PLAC London, Middlessex, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 22 Jan 1699 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 DATE 1699 2 PLAC Tyler Point, Cemetery, Barrington, Massachusetts 1 AFN ZXX1-WL 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 _UID 07033F816B95461D8B435848E5D2D4032922 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4265@ 1 FAMS @F4111@ 1 FAMS @F4112@ 1 FAMS @F4113@ 1 FAMS @F4114@ 1 FAMC @F4266@ 1 NOTE @NI11553@ 0 @NI11553@ NOTE 1 CONC The Descendants of James Cole of Plymouth 1633, page 25-2 1 CONC 7 contains the following about Hugh Cole: 1 CONT 1 CONT Hugh Cole, 2d son of James was born in London, England in 1 1 CONC 627; he came with his father to Plymouth, Mass. in 1633, an 1 CONC d was admitted as freeman of Plymouth in 1657. He first ma 1 CONC rried Jan 8, 1654, Mary Foxwell, daughter of Richard and An 1 CONC n (Shelly) Foxwell of Barnstable, Mass. She was born in S 1 CONC cituate, Aug. 17, 1635, and died in Swansea, Mass. (Richar 1 CONC d Foxwell came from England with Governor Winthrop in 1631 1 CONC , and the same year removed to Scituate and was admitted a 1 CONC s freeman. He removed to Barnstable and was a member of th 1 CONC e Barnstable Militia in 1643.) He next married Jan. 1, 168 1 CONC 9, Elizabeth, widow of Jacob Cook, former widow of Willia 1 CONC m Shurtliffe, and daughter of Thomas and Ann Lettuce of Ply 1 CONC mouth. 1 CONT She died in Swansea, Mass., Oct. 31, 1693. He then marrie 1 CONC d Jan. 30, 1694, Mary, widow of Deacon Ephrim Morton, forme 1 CONC r widow of William Harlow, and daughter of Robert and Judit 1 CONC h Shelly, a cousin of his first wife. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following appears upon the Plymouth records: "Apl. 8 1 CONC , 1634 It is agreed with James Cole that his son Hugh shal 1 CONC l keep the Cowes from Apl. 15 to November, and shall have f 1 CONC or his pay fifty bushels of corn. He shall bring them up e 1 CONC very morning to be milked and then carry back to feed and b 1 CONC ring them home at night." 1 CONT 1 CONT He was made surveyor of highways at Barnstable, and grante 1 CONC d 100 acres of land at Acushauett. In 1667 with others h 1 CONC e purchased of King Phillip 500 acres of land on the west b 1 CONC ank of what was named for him Coles River. He was a shipwr 1 CONC ight and civil engineer and many of the tracts of land of S 1 CONC wansea were surveyed by him. He was a selectman of Swanse 1 CONC a for many years, and was representative and deputy of th 1 CONC e general court in the years, 1773, '74, '75, '80, '83, '85 1 CONC , '86, and '89. He was for years the friend of King Philli 1 CONC p (the Indian chief). Having been requested by the Plymout 1 CONC h Colony Council to visit King Phillip and report the condi 1 CONC tions made the following report: 1 CONT 1 CONT "Swansea, Apl. 1, 1671. Most Honorable Sirs: -- Yours I re 1 CONC ceived this day whereby I perceive you desire to know wha 1 CONC t posture the Indians are in. I do not find them to contin 1 CONC ue in a posture of war as they have been. I went to Moun 1 CONC t Hope last second day on purpose to see their proceeding 1 CONC s and was in many of their houses, but saw nothing as inten 1 CONC ding to War. But asking them of their reason of continuin 1 CONC g together at Mt. Hope, they answered, it was to see Philli 1 CONC p's child buried, and I have seen some return, because th 1 CONC e wind does not blow against them that they cannot go hom 1 CONC e with their canoes -- not else. 1 CONT Rest assured I am yours to command what I am able. Hugh Co 1 CONC le, Oct. 27, 1669. 1 CONT 1 CONT Hugh Cole was granted fifty acres of land lying between Man 1 CONC neonest Point and the Salt Marsh with all the appurtenance 1 CONC s thereunto belonging, unto him and his heirs forever. (Pa 1 CONC ge 149, vol 3. Plymouth Records.) He was granted by the co 1 CONC urt respecting his father's grand, he being an ancient free 1 CONC man. Six score acres of land between the Mattapoiset Rive 1 CONC r and the bounds of Asushassett. 1 CONT 1 CONT In June, 1675, at the commencement of the war with King Phi 1 CONC llip, two of Hugh's sons were made prisoners by the Indian 1 CONC s and taken to Phillip at Mount Hope. Phillip ordered the 1 CONC m see at liberty, because as he said, Hugh Cole had alway 1 CONC s been his friend. He sent word to Hugh that he could no l 1 CONC onger restrain his warriors, and for him to take his famil 1 CONC y and immediately remove to Rhode Island. This he did, an 1 CONC d one hour afterward his home was in flames. While he ha 1 CONC d been on such friendly terms with Phillip, his was the fir 1 CONC st house burned, and Gershom Cole was the first person kill 1 CONC ed. After leaving his home Hugh Cole located at Portsmouth 1 CONC , R. I. The town records of Portsmouth show that, Oct. 12 1 CONC . 1675, Hugh Cole was granted liberty to use some of the wi 1 CONC ndfalls that are down to build a small frame, and to make w 1 CONC heels for the use of the townsmen for their money. Savag 1 CONC e says: "Hugh was a sergeant in the war against King Phill 1 CONC ip." After the war in his election as representative he i 1 CONC s always spoken of as sergeant. After the close of the war 1 CONC , 1677, he returned to Swansea and built a house a few rod 1 CONC s from where Miss Abby Cole now lives. The well walled by h 1 CONC im on the bank of the Kickemuit River is still there. 1 CONT 1 CONT This part of the land has descended by will, no deed havin 1 CONC g been made for it; it has never passed out of possession o 1 CONC f the Cole family and is now owned by Miss Abby Cole. Par 1 CONC t of the land owned by him in Swansea is now part of Warren 1 CONC , R. I. 1 CONT 1 CONT He died in Swansea, Jan. 22, 1699, and was buried in the So 1 CONC uthern extreme of Meadow Neck, now known as Howland Meado 1 CONC w in Barrington, in what is known as the Tyler Point Cemete 1 CONC ry. He had ten children, the first seven were born in Plym 1 CONC outh, the other three in Swansea. 1 CONT 1 CONT History of Swansea, page 154-155 contains the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT Hugh Cole, son of James, born in 1627, probably in London 1 CONC , England, came to America with his parents in 1632, and wi 1 CONC th them probably went to Plymouth, of which he was made a f 1 CONC reeman in 1657. He married (first) Jan. 8, 1654, Mary, bor 1 CONC n Aug. 17, 1635, in Scituate, daughter of Richard and Ann ( 1 CONC Shelly) Foxwell, of Barnstable, Mass., her father having ca 1 CONC me from England with Governor Winthrop in 1631, and settle 1 CONC d in Scituate. Mr. Cole married (second) Jan. 1, 1668, Eliz 1 CONC abeth, widow of Jacob Cook, former widow of William Shurtli 1 CONC ffe, and daughter of Thomas and Ann Lettuce of Plymouth. S 1 CONC he died in Swansea, Mass., Oct. 3, 1693, and he married (th 1 CONC ird) Jan. 30, 1694, Mary, widow of Deacon Ephraim Morton, f 1 CONC ormer widow of William Harlow, and daughter of Robert and J 1 CONC udith Shelly. 1 CONT 1 CONT At the opening of King Philip's war in 1675, two sons of Mr 1 CONC . Cole were made prisoners by the Indians. Philip ordere 1 CONC d them set a liberty, because their father had been his fri 1 CONC end. He sent word to Hugh that for safety he should remov 1 CONC e to Rhode Island, which he did. Perhaps in an hour afte 1 CONC r he left, his house was in flames. He lived for a time i 1 CONC n Portsmouth, R. I. According to Savage, Mr. Cole was a ser 1 CONC geant in the war. He returned to Swansea in 1677, and buil 1 CONC t a house within a few rods of the home of the late Miss Ab 1 CONC by Cole, in Warren, and this land on the Kickemuit River ha 1 CONC s never passed out of the possession of the Cole family, un 1 CONC less recently. Mr. Cole died in Swansea, Jan. 22, 1699. O 1 CONC f his ten children the first three were born in Plymouth, a 1 CONC nd the others in Swansea. 0 @I11554@ INDI 1 NAME Mary /Foxwell/ 2 GIVN Mary 2 SURN Foxwell 1 SEX F 1 BIRT 2 DATE 17 Aug 1635 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 CHR 2 DATE 30 Aug 1636 2 PLAC Barnstable, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1678-1688 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 BURI 2 PLAC Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts 1 AFN 4TQQ-9P 1 _UID 74420F66DEDA406DB7A06D80F9270B676635 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4265@ 1 FAMC @F4267@ 0 @I11555@ INDI 1 NAME James /Cole/ 2 GIVN James 2 SURN Cole 1 SEX M 1 BIRT 2 DATE Abt 1600 2 PLAC Barnstaple, Devonshire, England 1 DEAT 2 DATE 1689-1698 2 PLAC , Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 2 SOUR @S59@ 1 BURI 2 DATE 1690 2 PLAC , Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 1 REFN 683 1 SOUR @S202@ 2 PAGE pages 21-22 2 QUAY 2 1 SOUR @S203@ 1 SOUR @S204@ 1 SOUR @S205@ 1 SOUR @S206@ 2 PAGE Vol. I, p. 427. 2 QUAY 1 1 SOUR @S207@ 2 PAGE p. 110. 2 QUAY 1 1 SOUR @S208@ 1 SOUR @S84@ 1 OCCU 2 DATE Aft 1633 2 PLAC Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts 2 NOTE Sailor, Shoemaker, Innkeeper 3 CONT RESIDENCE: Barnstaple, Devonshire ENG; Plymouth MA 1633 3 CONT RESIDENCE-OBSOLETE: Highgate (suburban London) in 1616, Sac 3 CONC o ME 1632, Plymouth 3 CONT MA 1633 3 CONT OCCUPATION: "sayler", inkeeper, shoemaker. Best known as p 3 CONC roprietor of Cole's Tavern on Cole's Hill in central Plymou 3 CONC th (Stratton) 3 CONT IMMIGRATION: Came on Ship Anne - landed Plymouth MA 1633 3 CONT REF: The Great Migration Begins - eliminates Lobel and Sac 3 CONC o ME info of earlier works and gives origins. 3 CONT REF: Am Patriots - FDR 3 CONT REF: Stratton, Plymouth Colony 3 CONT REF: English Origins of NE families v3 p781 about Mary Lobe 3 CONC l's ancestry NEHGR 3 CONT NOTE: First settler of "Cole's Hill", Plymouth - area whic 3 CONC h includes Plymouth Rock. (The first burial ground of the P 3 CONC ilgrims) 3 CONT NOTE- in Plymouth in 1633 where he was a freeman the same y 3 CONC ear. was a sailor in Plymouth in 1634. Surveyor of highway 3 CONC s in 1641 and 1644. Volunteer against Pequot Indians in 163 3 CONC 7. Kept the first public house or Inn in Plymouth and on 3 CONC e of the first in New England. It was conducted from 1633-1 3 CONC 698 being run afterwards by his son James and then his so 3 CONC n James. 3 CONT NOTE: Family story about shorting someone in a transaction. 3 CONC .selling ale short weight.. Stratton says:.. fined for sel 3 CONC ling less than legal measure, presented for breach of the p 3 CONC eace, fined for selling wine to an Indian etc. 3 CONT Wife Mary was fined with him on 2 Mar 1668/69 for sellin 3 CONC g strong liquors to an Indian and 3 pounds for allowing peo 3 CONC ple to drink on Sunday during public worship (PCR-5:15) 3 CONT REF-DEATH-Q: Colonial Dames: MA, Surveyor, constable - give 3 CONC s death 1630 - but 3 CONT his last child was b. 1639 3 CONT REF: Gentle Pioneers: shoemaker, innkeeper Plymouth. Taxe 3 CONC d in 1633, freeman 1633. Proprietor, town officer. Kept t 3 CONC he famous tavern. Lived on the side of the hill which stil 3 CONC l bears his name. 3 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 3 CONC ----------- ----------------------------------------------- 3 CONC ------ 3 CONT REF: Gentle Pioneers: shoemaker, innkeeper Plymouth. Taxe 3 CONC d in 1633, freeman 1633. Proprietor, town officer. Kept t 3 CONC he famous tavern. Lived on the side of the hill which stil 3 CONC l bears his name. 3 CONT ----------------------------------------------------------- 3 CONC ----------- ----------------------------------------------- 3 CONC ------ 3 CONT REF: Frank G. Hutcheon, 3 Turret Shell Lane, Hilton Head S 3 CONC C 29926 3 CONT Volney A. Plumb, 2451 Olivera Rd. Apt C-10, Concord CA 94520 3 CONT James P. Van Etten, 7 Beech Place, Woodbury NJ 08096 3 CONT Barbara Ackerman, 1430 Warrington, Mt. Clemens MI 48043 3 CONT Mary E. Jackson, 8051 Clark Rd., Bath MI 48808 3 CONT Philip E. Scott, 6638 Walnutwood Circle, Baltimore MD 21212 3 CONT John V. Killheffer, 41 Charlotte St., Somerset MA 02726 3 CONT Brian J. Barry, PO Box 83-2130, Richardson TX 75083-2130 3 CONT Lt. Col. R. F. Kirkpatrick (Ret), 2354 Windermere Lane, Ora 3 CONC nge City FL 32763 3 CONT Anne Mueller 5 Cedar St., Camden ME 04843 3 CONT REF: For Lobel/Cole info - see English Origins V III p 781 3 CONT WIFE - Mary TIBBES-6779 3 CONT REF: The Great Migration Begins 3 CONT REF: Second Supplement to Torrey 3 CONT REF: TAG 67:244 1 EVEN 2 TYPE Misc 2 DATE 1998 2 NOTE Internet Queries 3 CONT From the COLE-L Family Forum, RootsWeb, Pam Thompson Feb. 1 3 CONC 7, 2000: 3 CONT 3 CONT "There is no evidence that James Cole the immigrant wen 3 CONC t first to Maine. This is the info in my manuscript: 3 CONT "E.B. Cole, p. 21, says that James and his family "cam 3 CONC e to Saco, Maine, in 1632, and the following year, 1633, l 3 CONC ocated in Plymouth, Mass." Only one other source mention 3 CONC s the Saco arrival. Savage, p. 427, says "James, Plymout 3 CONC h 1633 ... was that yr. at Saco, perhaps, as in Haz. Coll 3 CONC . I. 326, or Folsom, 33, 125." The sources Savage is refer 3 CONC ring to are Ebenezer Hazard's Collections and George Folso 3 CONC m's History of Saco and Biddeford. There is no record o 3 CONC f a James Cole in Saco, ME, in 1633. In an article in th 3 CONC e Oct 1885 issue of the New England Historical and Genealo 3 CONC gical Register, "Court Records of the Province of Maine, 3 CONC " p. 360, one of the earliest entries is 25 March 1636 list 3 CONC ing James Cole (also Coale and Coall) as being fined five s 3 CONC hillings for being drunk. He is listed again on 6 March 1 3 CONC 637, p. 363: "James Cole is to pay the constable 20s for h 3 CONC is paynes in goeing to Cascoe [a town about 30 miles nort 3 CONC h of Saco]." The article states that there are no record 3 CONC s for the years before 1636. The James Cole in Saco is al 3 CONC most certainly a different man. James Cole is found in Pl 3 CONC ymouth Colony in 1634, was probably there previous to tha 3 CONC t time, and was definitely in Plymouth in 1637. 3 CONT --Pam Thompson" 3 CONT ========================================================= 3 CONT At 08:57 AM 1/15/98 +0000, you wrote: 3 CONT >I saw the subject names in your surname list in the RSL 3 CONC . I thought perhaps 3 CONT >you might have a comment or two on the James COLE/Mary LOB 3 CONC EL or Mary TIBBES 3 CONT >confusion. Can you fill me in on the Highgate connectio 3 CONC n with the COLE 3 CONT >family? and share your LOBEL and FOXWELL information? 3 CONT >Thanking you in advance, 3 CONT >Tim Cole http://www.niia.net/~timcole 3 CONT > 3 CONT 3 CONT Tim, 3 CONT Your web site has more information than I have. It appear 3 CONC s to me that Mary Tibbs is probably James' wife. I'm pastin 3 CONC g my notes below and you might find something to ad to you 3 CONC r file: Information from " The Decendants of James Cole o 3 CONC f Plymouth, 1633", by Ernest Byron Cole, The Grafton pres 3 CONC s of New York, 1908. Some of his work is based on informa 3 CONC tion supplied by Miss Asenath Wilbur Cole of Warren, RI 3 CONC . She had spent some time collecting records of the firs 3 CONC t four generations and decendants of Hugh Cole, the secon 3 CONC d son of James Cole of Plymouth. Many of the records fro 3 CONC m which this data was secured have since been destroyed. 3 CONT I am not sure James Cole was born in 1616 as Ernest claim 3 CONC s he married Mary Lobel in 1624. It was claimed that earl 3 CONC iest information obtained of James Cole dates from 1616 whe 3 CONC n he was living at Highgate. 3 CONT _________________________ 3 CONC ___________ 3 CONT From: Margaret J. Olson mjolson@prairienet.org 3 CONT Date: Fri, 13 Sep 1996 10:29:00 PDT 3 CONT First - William Cole of Eniskillen is no longer considere 3 CONC d an ancestor of James Cole of Plymouth. Only a few earl 3 CONC y sources ever said that, as a matter of fact. Do you hav 3 CONC e access to the new "The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1633 3 CONC " written for the NEHGS by Robert Charles Anderson. James C 3 CONC ole came from Barnstaple, Devonshire and married Mary Tibbe 3 CONC s. 3 CONT That out of the way - My descent is from James' son Hug 3 CONC h - down to my Grandmother, Lucy May Cole Russell. Most o 3 CONC f my line lived in Swansea. I own my grandmother's copy o 3 CONC f EB Cole's book . All the stuff before the 1st generatio 3 CONC n (James) is interesting - and I never gave it credence, th 3 CONC ough the Old King Coel reference which I also have from ano 3 CONC ther place, is kind of fun. EB Cole's first generation - w 3 CONC ith Mary Lobel and her possible ancestry has been suspect f 3 CONC or awhile, and I was really happy to see The Great Migratio 3 CONC n Begins give a definitive answer, even if it removed Mathi 3 CONC eu 3 CONT d'Lobel from my line :-) 3 CONT ____________________________________________ 3 CONT Subject: Re: Cole/Foxwell 3 CONT Date: Sun, 24 Nov 96 16:35:36 EST 3 CONT From: Devon_Branca@mlsonline.com (Devon Branca) 3 CONT To: wfacuff@earthlink.net (Bill Acuff) 3 CONT I have Family Tree Maker-generated printouts from my cousi 3 CONC n Dave Lehman who has researched this family. There are SEV 3 CONC ENTY pages of names and dates starting with James Cole bor 3 CONC n about 1600....If you would like to contact Dave his e-mai 3 CONC l address is: d_lehman@prodigy.com (he is going to colleg 3 CONC e right now, so don't know if you will get a prompt reply). 3 CONT John didn't marry Sarah BUTTS until 8-15-1712 and all the c 3 CONC hildren are through John and Susannah....see chart below fo 3 CONC r their names, etc. Hugh Cole I's children are also liste 3 CONC d below. I descend through Hugh Cole II to his daughter Lyd 3 CONC ia Cole who married George Sisson II. I do belong to the L 3 CONC uther Family Association..Who do you descend from Samuel o 3 CONC r Hezekiah? My descent from Capt. John is: John (1), Hezeki 3 CONC ah (2), Hezekiah (3), Levi (4), Jonathan (5), Bethany Luthe 3 CONC r Sisson (6)...... 3 CONT Hope this helps. Thanks for your information. I have "talke 3 CONC d" to Margaret Olson 3 CONT before. She is the one who sent me a few pages of "The Migr 3 CONC ation Begins". 3 CONT Your cousin Cheri 3 CONT __________________________________________ 3 CONT On Foxwell, I have nothing to ad to what you already have 3 CONC , and I have 3 CONT nothing about Ann Sheely/Shelly. 3 CONT Regards, 3 CONT Bill. 3 CONT Reply to: Acuff@bigfoot.com 1 _UID AF6674547EE64081A4C4CA1ED0A90C1BF295 1 CHAN 2 DATE 2 Dec 2006 3 TIME 07:54 1 FAMS @F4266@ 1 FAMC @F4273@ 1 NOTE @NI11555@ 0 @NI11555@ NOTE 1 CONC While visiting the New England Historic Genealogical Societ 1 CONC y in Boston in 1997, Gary Boyd Roberts, the well known gene 1 CONC alogist and author assisted me in finding many of the ances 1 CONC tors of Nathan Sisson Barton. One of the books to which h 1 CONC e referred me was The Descendants of James Cole of Plymout 1 CONC h 1633 by Ernest Byron Cole, 1908. Page 21 - 22 contains t 1 CONC he following: 1 CONT 1 CONT The earliest information obtained of James Cole, whose nam 1 CONC e stands at the head of the family in America, dates from 1 1 CONC 616, when he was living at Highgate, a suburb of London, En 1 CONC gland. He is spoken of as a great lover of flowers, and i 1 CONC t is probably due to the fact that he had became acquainte 1 CONC d with and married Mary Lobel, a daughter of the noted bota 1 CONC nist and physician, Mathieu Lobel. 1 CONT 1 CONT (RCL note - See information near the end of these notes tha 1 CONC t disputes our James Cole having married Mary Lobel and bei 1 CONC ng in Saco, Maine in 1632 prior to settling in Plymouth, MA 1 CONC .) 1 CONT 1 CONT James Cole and Mary Lobel were married in 1624. Their firs 1 CONC t children, James and Hugh, were probably born in London 1 CONC . They came to Saco, Maine, in 1632, and the following yea 1 CONC r, 1633, located in Plymouth, Mass., where he was admitte 1 CONC d as freeman the same year. He was known as a sailor. Hi 1 CONC s name first appears upon the tax list of Plymouth in 1634 1 CONC ; Jan. 2, 1636, he had a grant of ten acres of land; Jan 2 1 CONC , 1637, the court deeded him seven acres of land to belon 1 CONC g to his dwelling house. Three acres of land probably incl 1 CONC uded all the land on the south side of Leydon Street, fro 1 CONC m the corner of Warren Street to the westerly lines of th 1 CONC e lot opposite the Universalist Church. His dwelling stoo 1 CONC d on the lot next below the Baptist Church. He was the fir 1 CONC st settler of and lived upon what is still known as "Cole' 1 CONC s Hill," the first burial ground of the Pilgrims. This lan 1 CONC d probably included the ground upon which rests Plymouth Ro 1 CONC ck. In October, 1642, he had a further grant of land at th 1 CONC e same place. In 1662 a grant of land at Sacconet Neck. I 1 CONC n 1665 he had thirty acres of land on the west side of th 1 CONC e Namuet River. He was surveyor of highways in the years 1 1 CONC 641, 42, 51, and 52; was constable in 1641 and 1644. In 16 1 CONC 37 his name appears upon a list of volunteers against the P 1 CONC equot Indians. 1 CONT 1 CONT Soon after his arrival at Plymouth he opened the first in 1 CONC n or public house of Plymouth, and one of if not the first 1 CONC , public house in New England. This house was kept as a pu 1 CONC blic house by him and his son James until 1698. 1 CONT 1 CONT The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776, contains the fol 1 CONC lowing: 30 June 1634. 1 CONT Copy letter from James Cole at Ipswich, England, to his wi 1 CONC fe and children, father and mother, kinsman Thomas Cole an 1 CONC d friend Nehemiah Wallington, relating his sad condition up 1 CONC on his departure from home. Copy letter from Nehemiah Walli 1 CONC ngton in London of 19 July 1634 to James Cole admonishing h 1 CONC im to return home. Copy letter from James Cole dated Warwic 1 CONC k 1634 to his father and mother complaining of his troubles 1 CONC . Copy letter from James Cole to his wife dated Warwick 2 1 CONC 9 November 1634. My Lord's decision is to employ me in Ne 1 CONC w England. Refers to his brother Scott. Your son is well an 1 CONC d like to do well and is continually with me. Copy letter f 1 CONC rom John Wallington (in London) to James Cole dated 6 Jun 1 CONC e 1635 urging him to return home. Copy letter from same t 1 CONC o James Cole advising him of proceedings taken against hi 1 CONC m in the Star Chamber. Had I been able to come to you in N 1 CONC ew England I would have seen you long before this. Copy let 1 CONC ter from James Cole in Hertford, Connecticut, to Nehemiah W 1 CONC allington (in London). I discern that God will force many o 1 CONC f his out of Old England to furnish New England. Copy lette 1 CONC r dated London 22 August 1650 from Nehemiah Wallington to J 1 CONC ames Cole in New England giving an account of the Civil War 1 CONC . My son Joseph is yet alive. I find myself so weak in you 1 CONC r business that it grieves me I could do it no better. I kn 1 CONC ow business needs trouble and grieves your wife. (BL: Sloan 1 CONC e 922, pp.175,179,181,185,189,191,195,333) 1 CONT 1 CONT In 1668 he sold to his son James the land down to and inclu 1 CONC ding the lot upon which stands the Baptist Church. In 168 1 CONC 9 his son James sold it to William Shurtliffe. 1 CONT 1 CONT The author (E.B. Cole) was unable to find any record of th 1 CONC e death or his wife Mary. 1 CONT 1 CONT In August 1997 there was a genealogy on the Internet at: 1 CONT 1 CONT http://library.monterey.edu/merrill/family/follett/d0033/I1 1 CONC 768.html 1 CONT 1 CONT That traces John's descendants up to Prudence Cole and Rufu 1 CONC s Barton plus much other related individuals. 1 CONT 1 CONT Another account of the Cole family is contained in Histor 1 CONC y of Swansea, page 154 - 156. It says: 1 CONT 1 CONT John Cole, a resident of Highgate, a suburb of London, Engl 1 CONC and in 1616, who married in 1624, Mary, daughter of the not 1 CONC ed botanist and physician, Mathieu Lobel, who was born in L 1 CONC ille, a son of Jean de Lobell a distinguished lawyer. Mr 1 CONC . Cole and his wife, with their sons James and Hugh, who we 1 CONC re probably born in London, came to New England in 1632, an 1 CONC d were for a time at Saco, Maine. Mr. Cole located in Plym 1 CONC outh, Mass., as a sailor. His name appears on the tax lis 1 CONC t of Plymouth in 1634. He was the first settler of, and li 1 CONC ved upon what is known as "Cole's Hill," the first burial g 1 CONC round of the Pilgrims. This land probably included the gro 1 CONC und upon which rests Plymouth Rock. He had various grants o 1 CONC f land. He was surveyor of highways in 1641 and 1644. H 1 CONC e was a volunteer in 1637 against the Pequot Indians. Mr 1 CONC . Cole kept perhaps the first public house or in Plymouth 1 CONC , and one of the first in New England. This inn was opene 1 CONC d soon after Mr. Cole's arrival at Plymouth, and it was con 1 CONC tinued by himself and son James respectively, until 1698 1 CONC . The children of Mr. Cole and his wife were: James, bor 1 CONC n in 1625; Hugh, in 1627, John, Nov. 21, 1637 in Plymouth 1 CONC , and Mary, in 1639. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: thecrow@eznet.net 1 CONT Date: Sun, 13 Sep 1998 18:26:54 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Hi Roy, 1 CONT I just finished copying out the article in NEHGS from "Th 1 CONC e Great Migration Begins" by Robert Charles Anderson, NEHG 1 CONC S 1995 Vol.1 p 420-424 and thought you might be intereste 1 CONC d in it. It concerns James Cole and disputes old informatio 1 CONC n saying that our James Cole was married to Mary Lobel....F 1 CONC rom what you can see below, James Cole didn't appear to b 1 CONC e a very educated man and probably had very little in commo 1 CONC n with the OTHER James Cole of Highgate who married Mary Lo 1 CONC bel. Unfortunately in the past researchers lumped togethe 1 CONC r all the information on the TWO James Coles and made the 1 CONC m all fit one man..... 1 CONT 1 CONT (cousin) Cheri Branca 1 CONT *********************** quoted from article...*********** 1 CONC * James Cole 1 CONT 1 CONT ORIGIN: Barnstaple, Devonshire [England] 1 CONT MIGRATION: 1633 1 CONT FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth [Mass.] 1 CONT 1 CONT OCCUPATION: Shoemaker. Innkeeper. On 7 June 1637 "James Coa 1 CONC le of Plymouth" was fined 10s. "for selling less than a Win 1 CONC chester quart for 11d ....but not in ignorance" [PCR 1:61] 1 CONC . On 5 May 1640 "James Cole, of Plymouth, is prohibited b 1 CONC y the Court to draw any wine or strong water until the nex 1 CONC t General Court, nor then neither without special license f 1 CONC rom the Court" [PCR 1:153]. On 2 June 1640 John Kerman depo 1 CONC sed that "there was such disorder in James Cole's house, b 1 CONC y throwing stools, & forms, & fire, until within a hour o 1 CONC f day, or thereabouts, that they could hardly sleep, and i 1 CONC n the morning he found them on sleep by the fire" [PCR 1:15 1 CONC 6]. On 1 September 1640 James Cole "for drawing wine withou 1 CONC t license & contrary to the express prohibition of the Cour 1 CONC t, & for his contempt & disorders suffered in his house, i 1 CONC s fined £5" [PCR 1:162], in the margin is the annotation "D 1 CONC ischarged." On 7 January 1644/5 he was licensed to draw win 1 CONC e "if he shall agree with Mr. Done to take off those wine 1 CONC s he now hath in his hands" [PCR 2:80]. It was ordered 9 Ju 1 CONC ne 1653 that "James Cole, the ordinary keeper of Plymouth 1 CONC " be paid"for what he expendeth in keeping the ordinary" [P 1 CONC CR 3:38]. On 7 June 1659 the court authorized £10 for the " 1 CONC repairing of the house he now liveth in, so as it may be fi 1 CONC tted as an ordinary for the entertainment of strangers" [PC 1 CONC R 3:166]. On 5 March 1660/1, James Cole, senior, was fine 1 CONC d 10s. for selling wine to the Indians [PCR 3:207]. He wa 1 CONC s fined 5s. 3 October 1665 for allowing Richard Dwelley t 1 CONC o be drunk in his house {PCR 4:107]. James Cole, senior, an 1 CONC d Mary, his wife, were presented for selling strong liquor 1 CONC s to an Indian, and for allowing James Clarke, Phillip Dott 1 CONC erich, Mary Ryder, and Hester Wormall to drink on the Lord' 1 CONC s Day on 2 March 1668/9 [PCR 5:15]. The large fine was part 1 CONC ly remitted, 1 June 1669 [PCR 5:21]. On 8 March 1670/1 Joh 1 CONC n Sprague was fined for "highly misdemean[ing]" himself a 1 CONC t the house of James Cole, including riding his mare into t 1 CONC he parlor [PCR 5:53]. This was probably the house of entert 1 CONC ainment kept by James Cole Junior, who began business short 1 CONC ly before 7 June 1670 [PCR 5:39]. "James Cole, Senir" was f 1 CONC ined for being" found drunk the second time, 5 June 1671 [P 1 CONC CR 5:61]. He was presented for suspicion of being drunk, "h 1 CONC e pleading infirmity of body, which may make some think tha 1 CONC t sometimes he is drunk" 29 October 1671 [PCR 5:81]. 1 CONT FREEMAN: In "1633" Plymouth list of freemen, between thos 1 CONC e made free 1 January 1633/4, and those made free 1 Januar 1 CONC y 1634/5 [PCR 1:4]. In 7 March 1636/7 Plymouth list of free 1 CONC men [PCR 1:53]. In Plymouth section of 1639, 1658, and 29 M 1 CONC ay 1670 lists of freemen [PCR 5:274, 8:174, 197]. EDUCATION 1 CONC : Signed his deeds. OFFICES: Plymouth petit jury, 2 Januar 1 CONC y 1637/8, 3 May 1642, 1 November 1642, 6 June 1643, 7 Novem 1 CONC ber 1643 [PCR 1:74, 7:29, 32, 35, 36]. 1 CONT Coroner's jury, 1 August 1648 on the body of the daughter o 1 CONC f Richard and Alice Bishop, and 15 July 1660 on the body o 1 CONC f James "Peirse" [PCR 2:132, 3:196]. 1 CONT Plymouth constable, 1 March 1641/2, 5 June 1644 [PCR 2 1 CONC :34, 72]. 1 CONT Surveyor of highways 1 March 1641/2, 7 June 1642, 5 June 16 1 CONC 51, 7 June 1652 [PCR 2:34, 40, 168, 3:9]. 1 CONT At the end of the list of Plymouth men who will serv 1 CONC e in the Pequot war "if they be pressed" is "James Coale, 1 CONC " 7 June 1637 [PCR 1:61]. In Plymouth section of 1643 Plym 1 CONC outh Colony list of men able to bear arms (as"James Cole Se 1 CONC n[ior]") [PCR 8:188]. The "boat of James Cole of Plymouth, 1 CONC " with seamen, was impressed to transport soldiers 20 Jun 1 CONC e 1654 [PCR 3:57]. 1 CONT ESTATE: Assessed 9s. in Plymouth tax list of 27 March 163 1 CONC 4 [PCR 1:28]. 1 CONT On 2 January 1636/7, one of four men granted "seven acres a 1 CONC piece, to belong to their several dwelling houses in Plymou 1 CONC th" [PCR 1:49]. 1 CONT On 16 September 1641 James Cole was granted fifty acres o 1 CONC f upland at Lakenhame Meddow, and some meadow to be laid ou 1 CONC t "upon view" [PCR 2:26]. 1 CONT On 27 September 1642 James Cole was granted "an enlargemen 1 CONC t at the head of his lot" [PCR 2:48]. 1 CONT On 9 September 1661 Samuel Dunham of Plymouth, planter, sol 1 CONC d to "James Cole Senior of [Plymouth], shoemaker, all tha 1 CONC t his part, portion or share of land at Punckateeset" [PC 1 CONC R 2:2:69]. 1 CONT He was the first on the list when on 3 June 1662, the cour 1 CONC t allowed that the "servants and ancient freemen shall hav 1 CONC e liberty, in case they cannot procure Saconett Necke...t 1 CONC o look out some other place undisposed of, for their accomm 1 CONC odation" [PCR 4:18]. He received one share equivalent to ab 1 CONC out thirty acres on the westerly side of Namasskett River 1 CONC , 7 June 1665 [PCR 4:94]. 1 CONT On [blank] March 1668 James Cole Sr. of Plymouth, yeoman, g 1 CONC ave to "my beloved son-in-law Mr John Almey of ... Portsmou 1 CONC th in Rhode Island "his entire right at Punckateeset [PCL 1 CONC R 3:326]. 1 CONT On 31 October 1673 James Cole sr. of Plymouth "for natura 1 CONC l love and affection" granted to "my son Hugh Cole of Swans 1 CONC ea" his right to land at Saconnet [PCLR 3:310]. 1 CONT 1 CONT BIRTH: By about 1600 base on date of marriage 1 CONT DEATH: After October 1678 (his son sold land as "James Col 1 CONC e Junior" [PCLR 4:226]). (Savage states that "he was livin 1 CONC g in 1688, very aged.") MARRIAGE: Barnstaple, Devonshire [E 1 CONC ngland], 1 May 1625 Mary Tibbes [Thomas Wainwright, ed., "B 1 CONC arnstaple Parish Register of Baptisms, Marriages and Burial 1 CONC s, 1538 A.D. to 1812 A.D." (Exeter, 1903), cited herein a 1 CONC s Barnstaple PR, p.21]; she died after 7 March 1659/60 [PCR 1 CONC 3:181]. 1 CONT CHILDREN: 1 CONT i. James, bp. Barnstaple, Devonshire 11 Feb 1626/7 [Barnsta 1 CONC ple PR 68]; in Plymouth section of 1643 list of men able t 1 CONC o bear arms [PCR 8:188]; m. (1) Plymouth 23 December 1652 M 1 CONC ary TILSON [PCR 8:14]; m. (2) by Sept. 1698 Esther _____ 1 CONC ; m. (3) in 1700 or later Abigail ____. [TAG, 67:243-5 dis 1 CONC cusses the wives and children of this man in detail.] 1 CONT 1 CONT ii. Hugh, bp. Barnstaple, Devonshire, 29 June 1628 [Barnsta 1 CONC ple PR 70]; in Plymouth section of 1643 list of men able t 1 CONC o bear arms [PCR 8:188]; m. Plymouth 8 January 1654[/5] Mar 1 CONC y FOXWELL [PCR 8:72, 74, TAG 64: 139-41]. 1 CONT 1 CONT iii. John, b. say 1630, possibly the John COLE whose invent 1 CONC ory was taken at Portsmouth, R.I., 15 Dec. 1676 [Charles He 1 CONC nry Pope, The Plymouth Scrap Book (Boston 1918), p. 122]. 1 CONT 1 CONT iv. Mary, b. say 1632; m. (1) by 1668 John ALMY [PCLR 3:326 1 CONC ; Austin 238]; m. (2) by 28 June 1677 John POCOCKE [Austi 1 CONC n 154, 238]. 1 CONT 1 CONT COMMENTS: James COLE of Saco was NOT part of this family 1 CONC . On 2 January 1637/8 the Plymouth court noted that Jame 1 CONC s Cole had been drinking excessively at the house of Mr. Ho 1 CONC pkins [PCR 1:75]. 1 CONT On 2 July 1638, and again on 4 September 1638 James Cole wa 1 CONC s surety for RICHARD CLOUGH in a criminal case [PCR 1:91, 9 1 CONC 7]; in the first instance he was called 'sayler' and in th 1 CONC e second innkeeper. 1 CONT On 6 September 1641, Emanuel White sued James Cole over twe 1 CONC nty two bushels of Indian corn and Cole agreed to pay [PC 1 CONC R 7:23]. On 7 September 1641, James Cole's fine of £5 was r 1 CONC emitted "allowing the diet of John Maynard during the tim 1 CONC e he was erecting the prison" [PCR 2:24]. 1 CONT On 7 December 1641 James Cole sued James Luxford and Luxfor 1 CONC d's goods were attached [PCR 7:26]. On 21 November 1644, Ja 1 CONC mes Cole undertook to pay 22s. for Francis Goole to Willia 1 CONC m Hanbury [PCR 2:78]. 1 CONT At the 2 October 1650 court, he was cleared of assaulting W 1 CONC illiam "Shirtley" of Plymouth [PCR 2:162]. James Cole, Seni 1 CONC or, sued James Shaw and won a 36s. judgment, 4 March 1650/ 1 CONC 1 [PCR 7:53]. 1 CONT Robert Willis was up all night drinking at James Cole's bef 1 CONC ore he went out fishing and accidentally drowned, as the in 1 CONC quest found 26 July 1652 [PCR 3:15]. James Cole was present 1 CONC ed for "entertaining townsmen in his house contrary to orde 1 CONC r of the court" 5 October 1652 [PCR 3:17]. On 7 March 1653/ 1 CONC 4 John Barnes sued"James Cole, Seni[o]r," for taking eleve 1 CONC n barrels of oil on behalf of Barnes, but delivering him on 1 CONC ly ten [PCR 7:69]. 1 CONT At court 7 March 1659/60, Thomas Lucas was fined 30s. for h 1 CONC is "abusive and threatening speeches and turbulent carriage 1 CONC s towards the wife of James Cole, Senior, and the child o 1 CONC f James Cole, Junior" [PCR 3:181]. 1 CONT James Cole Sr. and Joseph Ramsdens reached agreement ove 1 CONC r a debt, 7 May 1662 [PCR 4:11]. He won a judgment agains 1 CONC t Henery Saunders for nonpayment of a debt, 3 May 1664 [PC 1 CONC R 4:57]. James Cole Sr. attached a gun belonging to Josep 1 CONC h Billington, but the court ordered it released for Billing 1 CONC ton was already bound [PCR 4:69-70]. He was granted a judgm 1 CONC ent of £1 10s. 11d. against John Sutten, 6 February 1665/ 1 CONC 6 [PCR 4:112]. 1 CONT 1 CONT From: thecrow@eznet.net 1 CONT Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 08:52:40 -0500 1 CONT 1 CONT Roy, I can not remember if I sent you George Luther's respo 1 CONC nse to my writing him about the Great Migration article whe 1 CONC re I said that the article made James Cole seem like he wa 1 CONC s from a different "class" than Mary Lobel would have bee 1 CONC n in...thereby making it seem more likely that he married M 1 CONC ary Tibbes, and not Mary Lobel, and that another James (mor 1 CONC e posh and educated) would have been in the Lobel class... 1 CONC . anyway here it is so you can read it....either way, it i 1 CONC s very interesting.... 1 CONT 1 CONT George Luther writes: "True; but James must have had some s 1 CONC tanding in the community to be admitted as freeman (1633) 1 CONC , granted a license for the first pub in the colony, and al 1 CONC so in having the means to acquire 20 acres including Cole' 1 CONC s Hill (the site of Plymouth Rock), the most prominent feat 1 CONC ure as you approach Plymouth by sea. During altercations w 1 CONC ith the Pequots the Pilgrims were losing citizens to sickne 1 CONC ss, and in an effort to keep the deaths secret they burie 1 CONC d the bodies in the darkness of night at the top of Cole' 1 CONC s Hill, the colony's first graveyard. He later acquired mu 1 CONC ch greater acreage. I have read (and written) about James 1 CONC ' legal troubles regarding his liquor business, and your as 1 CONC sessment that he liked to tip the bottle is no doubt correc 1 CONC t, but remember that his business was situated in a town hi 1 CONC ghly charged with religious fervor and probably a good supp 1 CONC ly of teetotalers. His status as a surveyor, Indian fighte 1 CONC r, and town constable further testify to his standing in th 1 CONC e community. " 1 CONT 1 CONT Cheri 1 CONT 1 CONT In March 2000 "Timothy Cole" wrot 1 CONC e me the following: 1 CONT 1 CONT It's been established that this James Cole did not marry Ma 1 CONC ry Lobel. Sufficient proof exists that his wife was Marye T 1 CONC ibbes of Barnstaple, Devonshire, England. No proof has bee 1 CONC n found that this James Cole ever lived or landed in Saco 1 CONC , Maine -- that may have been another James Cole if one wa 1 CONC s ever there. No substantial proof of James Cole's parentag 1 CONC e has been uncovered. 1 CONT 1 CONT I asked Tim to be more specific and he responded with: 1 CONT 1 CONT This is evidence that was not known nor available when E. B 1 CONC . Cole published his book in 1908. Contact Gary Boyd agai 1 CONC n and ask him to look at the recent NEGHS publication "Th 1 CONC e Great Migration Begins." The marriage of James of Plymou 1 CONC th to Mary deLobel has been refuted by newly published evid 1 CONC ence from the original documents found in Barnstaple, Devon 1 CONC shire, and compare favorably with documents at Barnstable 1 CONC , Mass. This has been a significant finding and most Cole r 1 CONC esearchers are accepting it. I have some of the documentat 1 CONC ion at my World Connect site, "The Coles of Porter Co., In 1 CONC diana" or do a search for Marye Tibbes and look for "Timcol 1 CONC e" as the submitter. And, yes, I did read the documentatio 1 CONC n in all the sites still claiming Mary deLobel as the wife 1 CONC . One, perhaps yours, includes a letter from James (from th 1 CONC e Colonies?) to his family in London about not being too ha 1 CONC ppy about his situation. I'm interested in seeing the cont 1 CONC ext of that letter and reading it as it was written. Ther 1 CONC e is still the unsettling possibility that another James Co 1 CONC le, probably descended from the family that went to Enniski 1 CONC llen, may have married the deLobel girl and may have gone t 1 CONC o Saco, Maine, even though no evidence of his arrival ther 1 CONC e has been uncovered, and may have returned to England shor 1 CONC tly thereafter, leaving all of us trying to piece things to 1 CONC gether many years later. 1 CONT Thank you for replying and giving me the chance to explai 1 CONC n further. Pam Thompson, who is trying to correct passage 1 CONC s and lines (and extend them further) for James Cole of Ply 1 CONC mouth has been compiling as much of the evidence as she can 1 CONC . You may want to contact her Pamrthompson@aol.com . 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT (RCL note - Savage thought James Cole had lived in Saco. Hi 1 CONC s text says: JAMES, Plymouth 1633, first occup. of the litt 1 CONC le hill, where 1 CONT the early pilgrims had been bur. was that yr. at Saco, perh 1 CONC aps, as in Haz. 1 CONT Coll. I. 326, or Folsom, 33, 125; by w. Mary, had James; Hu 1 CONC gh, b. a 1 CONT 1632, bef. ment.; John; Mary, wh. m. John Almy. He kept a 1 CONC n inn 1 CONT from 1638 to 1660, and he was liv. in 1688, very aged.) 1 CONT 1 CONT In any event, I have replaced Mary Lobel with Mary Tibbes i 1 CONC n my database. 1 CONT 1 CONT The following notes were imported from the Tim Cole gedco 1 CONC m file: 1 CONT The Barnstaple records (Devon County, England) often spel 1 CONC l Cole as Coale and Tibbes as Tybbes 1 CONT There have been references that many Cole's have resided i 1 CONC n the town of Ashreighney; its location was given on the De 1 CONC von site ( http://www.devon-genealogy.org.uk/ ) as: 1 CONT 1 CONT "Ashreigny or King's Ash parish includes the hamlets of Rid 1 CONC dlecombe and Great Hayes, and is in the Torrington union, c 1 CONC ounty court district, Southmolton petty sessional division 1 CONC , Northern division of the county, Barnstaple archdeaconry 1 CONC , Chulmleigh rural deanery, and North Tawton hundred. The p 1 CONC arish had 786 inhabitants (403 males, 383 females) in 1871 1 CONC , living in 165 houses, on 5663 acres of land. J.G. Johnson 1 CONC , Esq., M.P. is the lord of the manor formerly belonging t 1 CONC o the Reigny and other families, but part of the soil is he 1 CONC ld by Earl Portsmouth and a few smaller owners 1 CONT Entry from White's Devonshire 1878." 1 CONT 1 CONT --- and ---- 1 CONT 1 CONT "ASHREIGNY, or Ring's Ash, is a village and parish, 4 mile 1 CONC s W. by S. of Chulmleigh, and contains 1088 souls, and 558 1 CONC 6 acres of fertile land, including the hamlets of Riddlecom 1 CONC be, and Hayes. The Rev. P.T. Johnson, B.D., is lord of th 1 CONC e manor, formerly belonging to the Reigny and other familie 1 CONC s, but part of the soil belongs to the Hon. Newton Fellowes 1 CONC , Mrs. Pyncombe's Trustees, Miss Carew, The Rev. S. Alford 1 CONC , the Rev. W.P. Thomas, and a few smaller owners. Here is a 1 CONC n annual fair on the Wednesday after January 30th. The Chur 1 CONC ch (St. James,) is an ancient structure with a tower and si 1 CONC x bells; and the living is a rectory, valued in K.B. at ¹24 1 CONC , and in 1831 at ¹402. The Rev. P.T. Johnson is patron, an 1 CONC d the Rev. G. Johnson is the incumbent, and has a good resi 1 CONC dence and 78A. of glebe. . . ." [From White's Devonshire Di 1 CONC rectory (1850)] 1 CONT A parish in North Tawton Hundred, the Archdeaconry of Barns 1 CONC taple, and the Diocese of Exeter. 1 CONT Church Records 1 CONT Parish Registers going back to 1653 are held in the Devon R 1 CONC ecord Office - for details see Parish Registers in the Devo 1 CONC n Record Office. 1 CONT Nothing entered into the IGI (as of Jan 1993). 1 CONT 1 CONT Ashreigney Bible Christian Church Baptisms for 1820-1837 ar 1 CONC e in the 5-CDROM LDS British Vital Records Index (1538-1888 1 CONC ), (Item #50028). 1 CONT 1 CONT 1 CONT Cole, Charles. H.B. (transcr.). Ashreigney parish registers 1 CONC . Photocopy (1982) 191p. [Westcounty Studies Library] 1 CONT Granville, Roger & Mugford, W.E. (eds.) Ashreigney, 1607-16 1 CONC 46. Abstracts of the Existing Transcripts of the Lost Paris 1 CONC h-Registers of Devon, 1596-1644, and short notes on the ext 1 CONC ant pre-reformation registers of all the parishes in the co 1 CONC unty, from particulars furnished by the several incumbent 1 CONC s thereof. Vol. 1 A-Bra. Exeter: W. Pollard (1908). 1 CONT Genealogy 1 CONT Turner, John S. Ashreigney to Mount Torrens. Australia: J.S 1 CONC .Turner (1982) x, 178, [4]p: ill, maps. [ISBN 0959307109] 1 CONT History 1 CONT Johnson, R.H.K. Notes on the Parish and Church of St James 1 CONC , Ashreigney. (c1938). [Westcountry Studies Library] 1 CONT Partridge, C.J. Notes on the parish and church of St.James 1 CONC , Ashreigney. [Ashreigney?]: [The Church?] [1990?] 7p. ill 1 CONC . [Westcountry Studies Library - p726.5/ASH/PAR] 1 CONT Taxation 1 CONT Hoskins, W.G. Devon Parish Notes. Devon and Cornwall Note 1 CONC s and Queries 27 (1956-58) pp.144-149. [Includes Land Tax p 1 CONC ayers, 1800.] 1 CONT Last updated 28 Nov 1998, B. Randell. 1 CONT 1 CONT The source of this "Ashreighney" information: 1 CONT 1 CONT "From: Carolyn R. Derrick, aa531@fan.nb.ca 1 CONT To: timcole, timcole@niia.net 1 CONT CC: Pam Thompson, thompson.pam@apple.com 1 CONT 1 CONT Tim and Pam 1 CONT We are going to Devon this coming July. It is my brother wh 1 CONC o has the book on the Cole family of Ashreigney. It is Char 1 CONC les H.B. Cole who wrote the book. He is a farmer in mid-De 1 CONC von. I did talk to him on the phone when I was there las 1 CONC t year. I am willing to try to find some things for you i 1 CONC f I can. 1 CONT I know that the last time I emailed Tim I gave him my web s 1 CONC ite where I go back on my line, but it is a GIF, and can t 1 CONC ake a while t