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101 Birth record has name spelled as Anitta Bell Naylor, Annette Bell (I563)
 
102 Birth year based on probable age of at least 21 in January of 1771 when William paid 20 pounds to his brother Robert for 320 acres of land Doak, William (I1484)
 
103 Birthplace given as Bleadon on 1891 census Taylor, John (I1967)
 
104 Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives, London.<p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S837)
 
105 Boarded with John Taylor as a minor after father's death. Source: William Doak probate records, Tallahatchie County, MS annual acct, 1836, Doak, Martha Jane (I1629)
 
106 Border Crossings from Canada to U.S. November 1917, going to Bro'l W. Beaver, 387 Lilly Bridge Ave. Cooper, Richard Henry (I1954)
 
107 born either July, August, or September of 1849 Wilkins, Matilda (I1968)
 
108 buried in the Byrd cemetery Phillips, Joseph (I199)
 
109 Canada. "Census of Canada, 1881." Statistics Canada Fonds, Record Group 31-C-1. LAC microfilm C-13162 to C-13286. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa. <a href="http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1881/Pages/about-census.aspx" target="_blank">http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1881/Pages/about-census.aspxl</a>. Source (S846)
 
110 captured at or near Cashtown, PA July 3 or 4, 1863; another Civil War record states he was captured July 4, 1863 South Mountain; confined at Fort McHenry July 8, 1863 then sent to Fort Delaware in same month
Released June 11, 1865 from Fort Delaware 
Doak, Robert (I1494)
 
111 Cecil Whig newspaper (Nov. 19, 1842 edition) death notice of Zebulon's death states that he was 37 years old. McKinsey, Zebulon (I85)
 
112 Cecil Whig, Saturday, January 15, 1881

Mrs. McKinsey was a pensioner of the Government, she receiving a pension for services rendered by her husband during the war of 1812.
 
McKinsey, Benjamin Jr. (I80)
 
113 Cecil Whig, Saturday, July 16, 1881

DIED.

TYSON.-In Wilmington, Del., on June 28th, 1881, Mrs. Ellen Tyson, formerly of
this county, in the 64th year of her age.
 
Timmons, Ellen (I35)
 
114 checked 1860 Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas census where George & Malvina Clarke are located...no Elizabeth Doak. Dresser, Elizabeth Annie (I1483)
 
115 Chester County Archives Source (S528)
 
116 Child's last name Child's first name Middle Mother's last name Mother's first Vol. Cert. No. Month Day Year

DOAK ROBERT E MALONEY GLADYS 037 18369 04 11 1924

U.S. Navy Service Number: 644 97 98

St. Petersburg Times (FL) - March 16, 1993
Deceased Name: DOAK, ROBERT E.
DOAK, ROBERT E., 69, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 12, 1993) at University General Hospital, Seminole. He came here in 1972 from his native Lexington, Ky. A Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War, he retired after 22 years of service and was a member of Louis C. Goi Chapter 93 Disabled American Veterans, Seminole, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9272 and American Legion Post 273, Madeira Beach. He was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Marguerite V.; a son, Robert E., Louisiana; and three grandchildren. Raymond M. Hook & Son Funeral Home, Seminole.

St. Petersburg Times (FL)
Date: March 16, 1993
Edition: CITY
Page: 9; 10; 5; 6
Record Number: 186
Copyright (c) 1993 St. Petersburg Times 
Doak, Robert (Bob) Ernest (I27)
 
117 Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives, London.<p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London, EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S850)
 
118 Church records list her parents as Jacob and Caroline Wikaryasz Wikaryasz, Maryanne (I3148)
 
119 Class of 1888 Alpena
May Carpenter ~Mae L. Cole ~ William R. Maiden
William G. Cole ~ Carrie E. Williams ~Issac R. Myers
Gertrude Barnes ~ Charles A. Buelow ~ David Holmes
Herbert R. Kimball
extracted from the Northeast Michigan Roots and Branches Genealogy Newsletter.
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mialpena/HistDoc/highschool.htm

from 1905 Alpena Directory:
Buelow Charles A (Charles A Buelow & Co), res 1312 Trowbridge rd.
BUELOW CHARLES A & CO (C Howard McKim, Frederick Polzin, Charles A Buelow), Groceries and Provisions, 129 S 2d av cor Lockwood, Tel Mutual.
Buelow Matilda (wid Fred'k), bds 1312 Trowbridge rd. 
Buelow, Charles Albert (I861)
 
120 Compiled from various family history sources. See source information provided with each entry. Source (S845)
 
121 Copy of what was transcribed by Mr. Wm. D. Kizziah after finding between the walls of the old court house. Source (S606)
 
122 Cornelius immigrated to America in 1703.

"Guidebook to Historic Germantown", 1902

The Upper Burying Ground of Germantown, sometimes called Ax's burying ground,
from John Frederick Ax, who had charge of it from 1724 to 1756, is on the east side
of Main street, above the Concord school. Here are buried many of the early settlers
of Germantown and their descendants. The oldest known grave is that of
Cornelius Tyson, who died in 1716. Judge Pennypacker takes this to be the oldest
existing tombstone to the memory of a Dutchman or German in Pennsylvania.

Wills: Abstracts, Book D : 1714 - 1725/6: Philadelphia Co, PA

TYSON, CORNELIUS. Germantownship, Philadelphia County. Weaver.
April 6, 1716. July 27, 1716. D. 54.
Wife Margaret and youngest son Peter. Children: eldest son Matthias,
Barbara wife of Matthias Cunrade, Alitic wife of John Cunrade,
Williaminte wife of Paul Engle, Fanniske wife of Laurentz Henrick.
Executrix: Wife Margaret.
Witnesses: William Strepers, Herman Grothausen and Fr. Daniel Pastorius.

from Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, Volumes I-III; Tyson Family:

Among the later arrivals at Germantown from the little town of Crefeld on the Rhine, the place of nativity of most of the founders of that first German settlement on Pennsylvania soil, was Cornelius Tyson, born in Crefeld in the year 1652. The exact date of his arrival in Pennsylvania is not known, but he was a resident of Germantown in 1703. He was possibly brother of Reynier and Herman Tyson, the former of whom at least, was among the original thirteen families who crossed the Atlantic in the Concord in 1683, and founded Germantown; and the latter, Herman, is mentioned in connection with Reynier in the Streyper correspondence as brother of the wife of Jan Streypers, of Kaldkirchen, near Crefeld, who purchased 5000 acres of land of William Penn on March 10, 1682. An account of Reynier Tyson and his descendants is given in these volumes. The similarity of the names of the sons and other descendants of Reynier and Cornelius Tyson would seem to indicate that they had a common parentage. Renier Tiesen, as the names of both he and Cornelius were originally spelled, was a convert to Quakerism before coming to Pennsylvania, while Cornelius held fast to the faith of his fathers and was a consistent disciple of Menno Simon, and lies buried among the early brethren of that faith, in Axe's Burying-Ground, Germantown, where his tombstone, probably the oldest in existence erected over a German in Pennsylvania, records the fact that "Cornelis Tiesen" died May 9, 1716, at the age of 63 years. His will dated April 6, 1716, and probated July 27, 1716, mentions his wife Margaret, eldest son Matthias, youngest son Peter, daughters, Barbara, wife of Matthias Cunrads; Aeltje, wife of John Cunrads; Williamptje, wife of Paul Engle, and Yanicken, wife of Laurentz Hendricks. The witnesses were Willm. Striepers, Herman Groethausen and Francis Daniel Pastorius. The names of the children of Cornelius Tyson show that he was of Holland and not German origin, though born outside the limits of modern Netherlands. Of the sons-in-law of Cornelius Tyson, the Cunrads, Matthias, who married Barbara in 1705, and John, who married Alice Tyson, were sons of Thones Cunders or Kunders, one of the original settlers of Germantown, and natives of Crefeld. They settled in Horsham township, where Matthias died in 1726, and John later, and both have left numerous descendants.
 
Tyson, Cornelius (I281)
 
123 Could this be the Fannie Doak that married John A. Stewart in Memphis, TN on July 11, 1894? Doak, Fanny (I735)
 
124 County tax rolls 1822-1849, Box 3654, Image 11 of 378 Source (S457)
 
125 CREDIT GUIDE AND DIRECTORY OF KENT, CECIL AND HARFORD COUNTIES MARYLAND SEPTEMBER, 1912

Mathias T. (61) Sarah Farmer Cherry Hill 
Pierson, Mathias T. (I751)
 
126 CREDIT GUIDE AND DIRECTORY OF KENT, CECIL AND HARFORD COUNTIES MARYLAND SEPTEMBER, 1912

Pierson Henry M. (55) Mary Undtkr 
Pierson, Henry Mitchell (I160)
 
127 Date: 1863-05-13; Paper: Dallas Weekly Herald
Capt. J. Dud. Doak passed through this place a few days ago, in charge of 250 fine mules, direct from Mexico, designed for Gen. Steel's Division of the army in the Indian nation.

1857 Assessor and Collector for Collin County, Texas; date elected, Aug. 4, 1856
Fourth sheriff of Collin County, Texas 1858 - 1860; date elected, Aug 2, 1858

In Bonahm, TX 21May1863 
Doak, Joseph Dudley (I1556)
 
128 Daughter Elizabeth's death record recorded mother's name as Jane Meredith _____, Jane (I1667)
 
129 Daughter Ellen was born the day the census taker came by. Fisher, Emma J. (I648)
 
130 daughter Minna's 1904 marriage cert. says father is deceased Ladkau, Wilhelm (I383)
 
131 Death Age: 67 Wallace, Joseph Jackson (I2613)
 
132 Death certificate gives her name as Theresa Anna Helen Ladkau. Nensewitz, Theresa Anna Helen (I403)
 
133 Death certificate has address as No. 762 Juniper Street Ward 3. This is around the corner from No. 1 McCrea Street where Mary lived. Nolan, James (I1999)
 
134 Death certificate has his birth year in 1851, but he was 1 year old in the 1850 census. Fisher, Alexander (I651)
 
135 Death date of John Doak is based on the court actions taken in Feb and Mar of 1770. Doak, John (I2827)
 
136 Death date of John Doak is based on the court actions taken in Feb and Mar of 1770. Doak, John (I2827)
 
137 Death Notice of Mrs. Ida Elizabeth (Burbage) Smack Burbage, Ida (I3294)
 
138 Death of Miss Anna H. Purnell.
Miss Anna H. Purnell died on Tuesday morning last about three o'clock at the
residence of her brother, Captain William G. Purnell, in this town. She had
been suffering from a heavy cold for some days, but her condition was not
considered serious up to Monday evening, and her death was very unexpected. She
was born near Elkton, and was 51 years of age, her death occurring on her
birthday.
Miss Purnell was the daughter of Greenbury Purnell, whose father James Purnell
was a pioneer Methodist on the peninsula, a chapel being named after him in one
of the Eastern Shore counties. James Purnell was married several times and had
a number of children. Mrs. Ann Hewitt, who died recently after a life of great
piety and usefulness, was an aunt of the deceased, and also Mrs. Rebecca
McKinsey. James Purnell at one time in the lumber business in Elkton, was a
half brother of her father. Her mother was Mary Megredy Purnell, daughter of
John Megredy, a prominent citizen of this county who died in 1836. Her
grandfather, John Megredy, had several daughters who married well known citizens
of this county. Ann was the first wife of the late General Henry S. Stites;
Margaret who married Ebenezer D. McClenahan, of Port Deposit, whose descendants
are prominent citizens of that place; Sarah married a Mr. White, and Elizabeth
married Stephen Hanns. His sons were Daniel, Enoch, and John Megredy, a number
of whose descendants reside in this county.
Miss Purnell had been for many years a member of the Elkton M. E. church. She
was a most estimable lady of high intellectual and social attainments. She had
many warm friends who were shocked to hear of her untimely and unexpected death.
Her funeral was held on Thursday, the services being at the M. E. Church, Rev.
Charles Hill officiated. The interment was made at the Elkton cemetery.
 
Purnell, Anna H. (I1516)
 
139 deceased by time of Charlotte's marriage (Aug 1859) Bell, George (I2448)
 
140 Delaware Co Wills, 1789-1834

LOBB, BENJAMIN, Upper Darby.
June 21, 1816 - May 26, 1817.
Being blind - wife Mary, children: Thomas, John, Jesse, Benjamin,
Hannah TYSON, wife of Isaac and Martha, December'd. wife of Samuel
MECTEER. Exrs: Sons Thomas and John.
Wits: Benjamin PEARSON, Thomas THOMAS and Isaac LOBB. #481. 
Lobb, Hanna (I258)
 
141 Delaware Co Wills, 1789-1834

LOBB, BENJAMIN, Upper Darby.
June 21, 1816 - May 26, 1817.
Being blind - wife Mary, children: Thomas, John, Jesse, Benjamin,
Hannah TYSON, wife of Isaac and Martha, December'd. wife of Samuel
MECTEER. Exrs: Sons Thomas and John.
Wits: Benjamin PEARSON, Thomas THOMAS and Isaac LOBB. #481. 
Lobb, Benjamin (I1090)
 
142 Delaware Death Record has her transcribed as Sarah Ann Moore.
Died at daughter's home at 103 S Dupont st.

Fri, Feb 24, 2012 11:28 am email:
We are writing to let you know that a Find A Grave volunteer has reported a problem with your photo request for Susan Moore.

The general problem they reported is:
I searched the stated plot or section and could not find the grave

They also reported, specifically:
I have photographed entire cemetery and posted all to site.

Moore - Lombardy Cem., Delaware
Hello - I have photographed the entire cemetery and did not see your requests. However, there are many unreadable stones. Please check Lombardy and look under Unknowns - maybe you can ascertain some info. I deleted your requests so as to save someone else time looking. Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Feb 24, 2012 9:33 AM
 
McKinsey, Susan Ann (I39)
 
143 Delaware. Delaware Vital Records. Microfilm. Delaware Public Archives, Dover. Source (S775)
 
144 Delaware. Delaware Vital Records. Microfilm. Delaware Public Archives, Dover. Source (S780)
 
145 Delaware. Delaware Vital Records. Microfilm. Delaware Public Archives, Dover. Source (S807)
 
146 Deposition of Rufus P. Doak Source (S543)
 
147 Diane A. Lynch was adopted by J. Oliver Koelig Lynch, Diane Arnell (I494)
 
148 died at son Charles' home Tyson, Samuel (I34)
 
149 Dodd, Jordan, comp.. <i>Tennessee Marriages to 1825</i>. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Tennessee. Source (S822)
 
150 Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp.. <i>Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850</i>. Most of the records in this index may be found at the Maryland Historical Society or the Family History Library. More specific source information is listed with each entry. Original marriage licenses should be located at the county clerk's office. Source (S781)
 

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