Laura's Lineal and Collateral Ascent



Notes


Matches 201 to 250 of 436

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
201 Had been married twice before marrying Annie Naylor Littell, John V. (I1744)
 
202 hand written note found had that Mathias Tyson, Sr. married the mother of William Tyson's(his son's) wife after Jane died. )Taylor, ___(___ (I166)
 
203 Her first name in the 1900 census is a little hard to read, but looks like Pauline. _____, Pauline (I2893)
 
204 His grandfather, Francois Tailhardain, was his godfather and signed on his baptism record in 1874. Lizotte, Francois Xavier Etienne (I2472)
 
205 His name is Carl Beyer on his tombstone. Beyer, Charles (I843)
 
206 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mialpena/BMD/1867.htm

Jan. 4, 1868, Alpena, Roland Brush, 46y, Res- Alpena, bpl- New York, Occ- Farmer, O.J. Smith, Justice of the Peace, ; m. Ann Murphy, 44y, Res- Alpena, bpl- Ireland, Witnesses: F. Pnnday? and Emma D. Patten. 
Murphy, Ann (I1747)
 
207 https://archive.org/details/historyofupperoh01madi
From "HISTORY OF THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY," Vol. I, page 328-329, Brant & Fuller, 1890.

...Major Richard L. Howell, served in the American army during the entire war of 1812, and was in the Canada campaign. He was a volunteer on board Commodore Perry's ship in the victory on Lake Erie, and his brother, William B. Howell (the father of Mrs. Jefferson Davis), was also a volunteer on Captain Elliott's ship.

Married in Saint Mary's Church, formerly Saint Ann's Church, in Burlington, NJ 
Howell, Richard Lewis (I2580)
 
208 https://archive.org/details/historyofupperoh01madi
From "HISTORY OF THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY," Vol. I, page 328-329, Brant& Fuller, 1890.
THE HOWELL FAMILY
The Howell family is one of the oldest and most distinguished of American families, members of it having from time to time been very prominently identified with the United States army and navy, and also with state government. Andrew Allen Howell, the subject of this biographical mention, was born in the state of New Jersey, July 26, 1821. His boyhood and youth were spent in the city of Philadelphia. In 1841 he removed to Uniontown, Penn., where he was engaged in the stage business with his uncle, Lucius W. Stockton. In 1844, after the death of his uncle, he removed to Wheeling, where he continued in the stage business until 1847. In the latter year he formed a partnership with Henry K. List and William H. Stelle, in the wholesale grocery business, in which he was occupied until 1859. At the expiration of this time he was compelled to retire from active business life on account of failing health. Mr. Howell had a successful business career during the twelve years he was engaged in the grocery business in Wheeling, and his forced retirement was not only a misfortune to himself, but to the entire business community.
He has been and is now associated with various important enterprises, being a stock-holder in the Riverside Iron works, the Benwood Nail mill, several different banking institutions, and a large stockholder in the Wheeling Bridge Co., of which he is a director. Mr. Howell was married in 1848, to Miss Sarah W. Paull, daughter of Thomas Paull, a descendant of an old and prominent family, and an uncle of Judge James Paull. Five children have been born to this union, they are: Allen S., living in the vicinity of Wheeling; Richard L., minister in charge of Grace Episcopal church, of Sandusky, Ohio, Thomas P., of Philadelphia, where he was recently admitted to the bar; William P., a student of medicine at the university of Pennsylvania; and Sallie P., wife of Earl W. Oglebay, of Cleveland, Ohio, president of the First National bank of West Virginia.
Andrew A. Howell is descended from revolutionary ancestry on both sides of his family. His father, Major Richard L. Howell, served in the American army during the entire war of 1812, and was in the Canada campaign. He was a volunteer on board Commodore Perry's ship in the victory on Lake Erie, and his brother, William B. Howell (the father of Mrs. Jefferson Davis), was also a volunteer on Captain Elliott's ship.
Richard Howell, the grandfather of the subject of this sketch, was governor of the state of New Jersey, for seven consecutive terms. A photograph of the tombstone of one of his ancestors was shown the writer of this sketch; it was taken from the tombstone, still standing in a cemetery on Long Island, and shows it to be in a state of excellent preservation. It is in memory of Major John Howell, who died November 3, 1696, aged seventy-nine years. The coat-of-arms engraved on this stone is said to be among the first ever found on a tombstone in the United States. After the war Major Howell was appointed deputy collector of the port of Philadelphia, and served in that capacity for twenty-six years, at which time he died. He held his position under different political administrations, but his popularity with the merchants of Philadelphia was so great that public sentiment kept him in office. Mr. Howell's mother's maiden name was Rebecca Augusta Stockton; her forefathers were also prominent during the trying days of the revolution. Her grandfather was the brother of Richard Stockton, one of the signers of the declaration of independence, and her relatives have been honorably identified with the service of the nation and state to a great extent. Admiral John C. Howell, a brother of Andrew Allen Howell, married a daughter of Commodore Stockton, of New Jersey, his cousin. 
Howell, Andrew Allen (I2565)
 
209 Husband's death record has her name as Carmelinola ?? Sbragia, Carmina (I2667)
 
210 I am making an assumption that this John Dresser is a son of Henry Dresser based on John being listed with Wm and Josiah Doak in the 1830 Yazoo County Tax Rolls after seeing Henry Dresser in earlier tax rolls with the Doaks. I don't have "proof" yet that John IS Henry's son. Dresser, John (I2760)
 
211 I am now assuming that Joseph Powell is the son of Cord Hazzard Powell and Mary Elizabeth _____. His parents were living in Worcester County, Maryland in 1850. In the familysearch.org record submitted, a Hazzard J. P. Powell is named as the son of Cord Hazzard Powell and Mary Elizabeth _____.

There is an 1860 Sussex Co. Delaware census record with a Hazzard J. P. Powell, 10 years old, in a Jones household. In the marriage record of Joseph Powell and Jane Cunning, Joseph's parents are listed as Hazard and Elizabeth. I believe that this "Hazzard J. P. Powell" is Joseph Powell.

This may be my Joseph Powell in the 1880 Kent County, Maryland census: Roll 512, page 32D.

In the probate record, the death date is written as February 1st on one page and February 11th on another.

April 2009 - I found February 1911 newspaper articles describing the finding of Jospeh Powell in a ditch covered in snow. The death index card on familysearch.org has Joseph as FOUND on February 11, 1911.

June 2009 - Looking over census records again, I notice that Hazzard J. P. Powell is living with the same Jacob Jones in 1860 that Hiram Powell is living with in 1870.

5April2014 - I found the probate record for "Coard H. Powell"... familysearch.org...Worcester County, Maryland Accounts 1853-1857 vol GBG, no 4. Wife is Mary E. Powell. Children are Mary H., James K. P., Hiram D., Eliza E. or C., Narcissa E. P., Hazzard J. P., Sarah G. or J. C., and William R. Powell.
 
Powell, Hazard J. P. (I839)
 
212 I have a letter written by Leafie to my gg grandmother, Sarah Elma (Ella) Moore Tyson in 1937. Ice, Leafie D. (I1234)
 
213 imm. 7 Nov 1926 Edmunds, Esther Matilda (I1930)
 
214 In 1850 census, name appears to be spelled "Leah anna"
In 1860 census, name is spelled "Ellana" 
Bergey, Helena (I992)
 
215 In 1850 William Twitty is living with his maternal grandparents in Lauderdale County, Alabama. Twitty, William (I1016)
 
216 In 1910 census, Pearl is listed as Pearl Moore. Turner, Pearl Elva (I658)
 
217 In 1910 census, they are listed as being married 3 years. Family F727
 
218 In 1920 census he is listed as Clemuel Horn. Horn, Clement (Clemuel) (I469)
 
219 in 1930 Jackson, Hinds County, Mississippi census, she is listed as Virginia E. Doak

Child's last name first name Middle Mother's last name first Vol. Cert. No. Month Day Year
DRAK VIRGINIA A MALONEY GLADYS 103 51283 10 03 1921 
Doak, Virginia (Ginney) Agnes (I28)
 
220 In a letter to "Mrs Ella Tyson" dated Nov. 19, 1937, Leafie Ice Hacker (Mrs. Clyde Hacker) wrote the following:
"...You couldn't have enjoyed being with us any more than we enjoyed having you. Let me tell you here & now that every one at our dinner fell in love with you, and often inquire about you. My Dear I just can't seem to realize that I only seen you so few times, when it seems to me that I have always known & loved you. We all think of you often & just wonder & wonder why all folks when they get to be twenty eight like you ["twenty eight" and "you" are underlined] are can't see the sunny side of life as you. I must say you are a great inspiration to me & I only hope & trust that when my hair turns white as it nearly is now that I can be just half as sweet & broad minded as you." 
Moore, Sarah Elma (Ella) (I33)
 
221 In a marriage record for an Edith Bey, her mother's name is listed as Hannah Echard (and father's name is Louis Bey) Eckert, Hannah Fredricka (I2885)
 
222 In death index, mother's name given as Ann Mullin Flanigan, Rose Ann (I1429)
 
223 In Mississippi marriage record, listed as J. S. Doak married to Rebecca A. Wilson
 
Doak, Josiah S. (I716)
 
224 In the 1870 census, Harry is listed as Sheridon Tyson, 6 months old.
Living with maternal grandparents in 1880. 
Tyson, Harry T (I750)
 
225 In the 1870 Iowa census, Anna Frances is listed as "Frank". Tyson, Anna Frances (I958)
 
226 In the 1870 Panola County, MS census there is a Rachel listed with the same age as "Consada" would have been. Garrett, Consada (I205)
 
227 In the 1880 census, Harry is listed with both his mother and step-father in West Caln AND his grandparents in Coatesville. Kerr, Harry (I822)
 
228 In the 18th annual McKinsey-Tyson reunion notice, Amor is listed as having died at age 22. Tyson, Amor (I144)
 
229 In the 1900 census, Maggie is shown to have given birth to 3 children, of whom none were living.
 
Parker, infant (I3359)
 
230 In the 1900 census, Maggie is shown to have given birth to 3 children, of whom none were living. Horn, Maggie J. (I611)
 
231 In the 1900 census, Maggie is shown to have given birth to 3 children, of whom none were living. Parker, infant (I3357)
 
232 In the 1900 census, Maggie is shown to have given birth to 3 children, of whom none were living. Parker, infant (I3358)
 
233 In the 1900 McLennan County, Texas census, her first name is listed as Venie. Birth date is Aug 1871, age 28. Father born North Carolina, mother born Virginia.
In the 1930 Hinds County, Mississippi census, her first name is listed as Agnes. Age is 58, father born North Carolina, mother born Virginia.
 
Twitty, Agnes Lavina (Venie) (I446)
 
234 In the 1920 census, his place of birth is written as Limback or Limbach. Nensewitz, Robert Karl (I2191)
 
235 In the Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee register of births, Gladys is listed as Hannah Malony. Maloney, Gladys J. (I26)
 
236 In transcribed death index, the mother's name is given as Rose A Mullin and the father's name is given as Daniel Hannigan (should probably be read as Flanigan). Flanigan, Margaret (I1427)
 
237 Information given on WWI draft registration:
Permanent home address: 2 Oxford, Lafayette County, MS
Self employed as farmer
Employment address: Askew, Panola County, MS
 
Foust, Dudley Sanford (I1292)
 
238 information on marriage to Charles David taken from comment in record of Mary Powell's birth. Family F541
 
239 Is Christiana possibly related to this Rachel?:
Thackery Rachel m. Beaston Charles 06 Nov 1799 Marriage Licences of Cecil County 
Thackery, Christiana (I78)
 
240 Is Jane's maiden name Cunning or Flanigan? Only records found so far are birth records of her children which lists both.
Marriage Record Vol. 34 P. 26 written as Janie Cunning

Daughter, Agnes Powell's marriage record lists mother's name as Genie Flanigan 
Cunning, Janie (I1265)
 
241 Isabella's son's death certificate has her name as Ellen Robinson.
 
Robinson, Isabella (I568)
 
242 J M Doak witnessed the signing of the codicil to the will of Edmund Row in Tallahatchie Co. MS 9Sep1835. source: Tallahatchie Co., MS wills, 1830 - 1867, vol A, p. 16, image 19 of 175 on familysearch.org (original will of Row was written in Orange Co., VA)

from Minutes of Madison Co., MS 1828 - 1838
28Dec1829 Madison Co., MS Livingston
"Ordered by the Court that John Doak S? Simpson and Nathan Warren be appointed appraisers of the Estate of James Wilson Decd."
Is this John M Doak, son of William (d. 1833)? 
Doak, John M. (I1627)
 
243 Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. <i>AIS Mortality Schedules Index</i>. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes. Source (S782)
 
244 Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. <i>Mississippi Census, 1805-1890</i>. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes. Source (S811)
 
245 Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. <i>Texas Census, 1850-1890</i>. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes. Source (S816)
 
246 Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. <i>Virginia Census, 1607-1890</i>. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes. Source (S798)
 
247 James Flanagin m. Annie Mullen Flanigan, James (I1269)
 
248 James Tibbitt, 18, was living with Henry Wright and Anna (Tyson) Wright, Amanda Tyson's sister, at the time of the 1870 census.

Residence at time of marriage to Anna Bella Moore 21 Aug 1899: 1706 Tulip St. Wilmington, Delaware 
Tibbitt, James (I59)
 
249 John Kirk left 5 acres each to nephews Thomas and Mordecai Lewis, heir of Thomas Lewis. Kirk, John (I2736)
 
250 John's death certificate has his birthdate as 28 Nov 1860.
The 1861 Ontario census has his age as 5; born about 1856.
The 1870 U.S. census has John as age 12; born about 1858. 
Brush, John (I569)
 

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next»

This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, v. 12.0.1, written by Darrin Lythgoe 2001-2019.

Maintained by Laura Garrett Ladkau.