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51 <ul><li>Florida Department of Health. <i>Florida Marriage Index, 1927-2001.</i> Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida.</li><li>Marriages records from various counties located in county courthouses and/or on microfilm at the Family History Library.</li></ul> Source (S779)
 
52 1850 Lauderdale County, Alabama census has Jackson listed as "Idiotic". Twitty, Jackson (I1020)
 
53 1870 census: Appoquininimink Hundred, New Castle, Delaware > Page No. 72 married to Richard Murry Mullen, Anne (I1266)
 
54 1880 census has John as 12 years old [b. abt. 1868]. Ray, John Roscoe (I2892)
 
55 1883 - 1884 Wilmington, Delaware city directory has "Jennie Moore" listed as a saleswoman living at 221 Jefferson (father and brother and sister also listed at this address)

residence at time of marriage: 813 Chestnut St., WIlmington

Transit Permit No. 129 Office of Registrar of Deaths. New Haven, Conn., January 21, 1901
 
Moore, Lavinia Jane (I79)
 
56 1883-1884 Wilmington, Delaware city directory has George W. Moore listed as a shoemaker living at 221 Jefferson with his son James T. Moore (morocco finisher).
Residence at time of death: 206 S. Franklin. 
Moore, James T. (I60)
 
57 1900 census gives imm. year as 1887. 1910 census gives imm. year as 1883. 1920 census gives imm. year as 1887. Sutherland, Margaret (I2020)
 
58 1900 census gives imm. year as 1887. 1910 census gives imm. year as1900. 1920 census gives imm. year as 1887. Law, Elizabeth M. (I1897)
 
59 1900 census has George's birthdate as July 1882.
 
Ray, George (I1839)
 
60 1900 census has Joseph E. Powell as 13 years old, born in June 1886.

Lived at 1002 Pine, Wilmington, DE at time of WWI draft reg. 
Powell, Joseph E. (I47)
 
61 1900 census has Maryland as birthplace Brennon, Elizabeth (I159)
 
62 1900 census lists her as Essee J.
1880 census has Wm. H. Diffee (19 years old) living in Black household as "hired". "MJ Black" is 13 years old in 1880. 
Black, M. J. (I1288)
 
63 1928 immigration record: Joining father, George Edmunds, at 2345 Seyburn Ave. Detroit (9672 St. Paul's Ave. was crossed out) Edmunds, William George (I1951)
 
64 1940 Clarion Co. PA Knox Twp. Lucinda, Sheet No. 5A Rapp, Margaret Mary (I2594)
 
65 5April2014 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 J. C., and William R. Powell.
 
Powell, Cord Hazard (I1267)
 
66 : Section D Site 3394 Fletcher, Eustace Sale (I20)
 
67 A hand-written note by my great-grandmother, Grace Maynard Tyson, says that her great-uncle, James Moore, was in the Civil War.

Picture of gravestone lists him in the 4th Md. Bridlery CSA

Forest Oak Cemetery
Gaithersburg
Montgomery County
Maryland, USA

NARA Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Maryland.
Name: James T. Moore
Regiment Name: 4 Battery Maryland Artillery
Rank In: Private Rank Out: Private
NARA Publication Number: M379
NARA Roll Number: 2
Film Number: 821888 
Moore, James Thompson (I1207)
 
68 A hand-written note titled Tysons states the following:

Isaac, Levi and Betsy his wife lived near Thislers
Thomas donated the Methodist churches and yards at Newark & Elkton
Jessie, Nathan & Levi owned slaves, Levi left a slave to Mathias
his name was Isaih

In the 1850 Cecil County, Maryland census, District 3, Dwelling # 215, a black male named Isaih Starr, age 15, is listed as follows:

Ann Tyson 54 Delaware
William " 18 Maryland
Taicy " 74 Penn.
John R Simpers 3 Maryland
Isaiah Starr 15 Maryland

July 4, 1849 Philadelphia Inquirer
The Elkton Whig says that Matthias Tyson was thrown from a load of hay on the 22d ult, and died on the following Monday. 
Tyson, Mathias Jr. (I142)
 
69 A male child died 20 Dec 1893 in Buckingham County, Virginia. Stinson, Sallie F. (I1806)
 
70 accessed through The Library of Virginia Source (S621)
 
71 address in 1880 Wilmington City Directory: 807 E. 8th Tyson, Oliver Evans (I49)
 
72 Age at Death: 24 Johnson, Anna Bella (I1501)
 
73 Age at Death: 37 Maloney, John (I739)
 
74 Age at Death: 70 Johnson, George R (I1430)
 
75 Age at Death: 75 Howell, Andrew Allen (I2565)
 
76 Age at Death: 85 Moore, George Washington (I38)
 
77 Age at Death: 90 Moore, Elizabeth "Eliza" (I1180)
 
78 Age: 29 Lynch, Jesse A. (I506)
 
79 Age: 50 Crim, John (I2658)
 
80 Age: 54 Chevalier, Josephine (I1651)
 
81 Age: 61 Maloney, Michael (I767)
 
82 Age: 68 Clarke, George W (I1557)
 
83 Age: 69 Fletcher, Eustace Sale (I20)
 
84 Alpena Argus, October 11, 1893 - August Lange purchased land from Ely H Toland for $160
 
Lange, August (I2874)
 
85 Alpena Argus, October 25, 1893 - Louis Bey purchased from Ery H. Toland property in Sanborn for $160. Bey, Louis (I2884)
 
86 also raised nephew John Taylor;

1830 census has William Tyson in District 2 of Cecil County, MD at age 40-50; 1 male age 10-15; 1 male age 20-30; 1 female under 5; 1 female age 15-20; 1 female age 40-50 (Township: District 2 Series: M19 Image: 74 Roll: 56 Sheet: 40)

1840 census has William Tyson in District 2 of Cecil County, MD at age 50-60; 1 female under 5; 1 female age 20-30; 1 female age 60-70

from http://www.chesco.org/DocumentCenter/View/12215:

Chester County Tax Exonerations 1850 - 1865
Last Name First Name Township Year Reason for discount
Tyson William Kennett 1860 Left
Tyson William Pennsbury 1860 Deceased

White John Kennett 1860 Left

It looks like John White, his wife Jane (Tyson) White, and Jane's father William were living in Kennett then moved to Pennsbury where William died (after the 1860 census was taken on 2 August 1860).
 
Tyson, William (I36)
 
87 also referred to as "Eliza" Moore, Elizabeth "Eliza" (I1180)
 
88 Ancestry family tree of Glen Kirkland:
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/6772201/person/-1228409574 
Morgan, Esther (I1964)
 
89 Ann's death certificate names her mother as Marth[a] D.
 
Moore, Ann (I1176)
 
90 Anna's father is listed as Asberry G. DuBard on her death certifcate Dubard, Anna Jane (I1094)
 
91 arrived in New York 1 feb 1906 with son-in-law, Luigi Franceschini Menconi, Massimino (I2666)
 
92 Arrived in the U.S. on 19 April 1893 with wife Therese and children Emma and Karl.
Intended destination New York as listed on passenger list.

Last name in Ellis Island index record spelled Laakan. Ship name: Elbe; Page # 478, line 88

Alpena City Directory 1893-94
Ladkau Albert, laborer, bds 302 W Campbell.

from 1905 Alpena City Directory:
Ladkau Albert F, lab, res 302 W Campbell.
Ladkau Carl A, lab, bds 302 W Campbell.
Ladkau Emma L, domestic, bds 302 W Campbell.

from Alepna newspaper, August 16, 1929:
DEATH TAKES OLD RESIDENT
Albert Ladkau, Sr., Succumbs to Brief Illness; Here 36 Years
Albert August Ladkau, Sr., aged 60 years, died this morning at two o'clock at his home at 302 West Campbell street. Mr. Ladkau had been ill the past three months but his condition was not deemed serious until the last few weeks.
Mr. Ladkau was born in Germany and came to Alpena 36 years ago with his family. He has made his home in Alpena continuously since. Mr. Ladkau was employed by the Fletcher Paper company up to the time of his illness when he was forced to discontinue work.
Mr. Ladkau is well known in this city and has a wide circle of friends to mourn his death. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran church and active in all its affairs.
Besides his wife, he leaves six children, three sons, Carl of Detroit, Albert, Jr. amd Harold of Alpena, three daughters, Mrs. Wesley Craighead, Alpena, Mrs. Levi Stevens, Lansing, and Gretchen Ladkau at home. He also leaves his mother in Germany, three brothers and four sisters in Germany and two sisters in Rochester, New York, as well as seven grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed but will be announced later. 
Ladkau, Albert August (I382)
 
93 Banks, Ray, comp.. <i>World War I Civilian Draft Registrations</i>. Source (S790)
 
94 Bill of Sale between Abraham BORLAND and Matthew BORLAND (1825), Cecil Co., MD

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Cecil County Land Record Book, Liber JS, Number 22, Folio 339

Know all Men by these presents, that I Abraham Borland of Cecil County in the
State of Maryland, in consideration of the Sum of One-hundred dollars, Current
Money of Maryland, to me in hand paid by Matthew Borland of the Same County and
State aforesaid, at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the
receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, have granted, bargained, sold, released
and confirmed, and by these presents do grant, bargain sell release and confirm
unto the said Matthew Borland the following Goods and Chattels - that is to say:
One brindle cow; One Dun Cow; One field Cow; One brown Steer two year old;
calves, three hogs, two beds and bedding, one case of drawers, one Walnut table,
six rush bottom Chairs.
To have and to hold, all and singular the Said goods and Chattels by these
presents bargained and sold, released, granted and confirmed, to the only proper
use and benefit of the Said Matthew Borland his heirs, executors, administrators
and assigns, freely, quietly, peaceably and entirely, without any contradiction
claim of hindrance of any person Whatsoever.
And I the said Abraham Borland for myself, my executors and administrators,
shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents, to the Said Matthew
Borland, his executors, administrators and assigns the Said described property,
against me, my executors and administrators, all and singular the aforesaid
goods and chattels unto the Said Matthew Borland, his heirs, executors,
administrators and assigns, against the said Abraham Borland and my Executors
and administrators, all and every other person or persons whatsoever claiming or
to claim the Same or any part thereof, Shall and will warrant and forever defend
by these presents. In Witness Whereof, I the said Abraham Borland have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal this seventh day of March in the year Eighteen hundred
and -.
Abraham Borland
Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of
Alexr Kinkead
State of Maryland, Cecil County, to wit: On the seventh day of March in the
year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty-five personally appeared
before me the Subscriber one of the State of Maryland’s justices of the peace in
and for Cecil County Abraham Borland of Cecil County and acknowledged the
foregoing instrument of writing to be his act and deed, and the property therein
mentioned and thereby Granted bargained and sold to be the right and property of
Matthew Borland therein named, according to the true intent and purport of the
same, and according to the Act of Assembly in such case Made and provided.
Taken and acknowledged before me,
Alexr Kinkead
Recorded March 7th 1825 & Examined
per James Sewall Clerk

See the following Web site for more info on Abraham Borland and relatives
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pda
 
Borland, Matthew (I702)
 
95 Bill of Sale between Tobias McKINSEY and Ranslier BIDDLE (1834), Cecil Co., MD

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Cecil County Land Record Book, Liber JS, Number 33, Folio 177

Know all Men, by these presents, that I, Tobias McKinsey of Cecil County, State
of Maryland for and in Consideration of the Sum of one hundred Dollars, current
money of the State of Maryland to me in hand paid by Ranslier Biddle of the
County and State aforesaid at and before the Sealing and delivery hereof, the
receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge Have granted, bargained and Sold, and by
these presents Do grant, bargain and Sell, unto the Said Ranslier Biddle, his
executors, administrators and assigns, two feather beds and bedding, two
bedsteads one beauro[?], one clock, one Sow, one pig, two tables, one Stand, two
mirors[sic], Seven chairs, one chest, one Server with a lot of queensware &
delf[?], two hundred wt bacon and pork, one pair andirons, all which property is
now in my possession. To Have and To Hold the same described property above
bargained and Sold to the Said Ranslier Biddle, his executors or administrators
or assigns forever; to his and their only, proper use and benefit, and I the
Said Tobias McKinsey, for myself, my executors, administrators, shall and will
warrant and forever defend, by these presents, to the Said Ranslier Biddle, his
executors, administrators or assigns the Said property described, against me, my
executors, administrators and against all and any other person or persons
whomsoever, claiming the Same, or any part thereof. In Testimony where I have
hereunto Set my hand and affixed my Seal this thirteen[sic] day of March 1834.
Tobias McKinsey
Signed and Sealed and delivered in the presence of
Samuel Tyson
Sam’l Williamson
State of Maryland,
Cecil County, to wit: On this 17th day of March 1834, before me the Subscriber
a Justice of the Peace of Said County, appears Tobias McKinsey, and acknowledges
the foregoing writing to be his act and deed and according to the true intent
and meaning thereof, and the Act of Assembly in Such case made and provided.
William Knotts
Recorded the 18th day of March 1834 & Examined

per

See the following Web site for more info on Ranslier (Ransalear) Biddle and
relatives
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pda
 
McKinsey, Tobias (I40)
 
96 Birth certificate states born at 1328 W. Front Street
Disease: Marasmus
Duration of Disease: Since Birth 
Tyson, Reba Amelia (I607)
 
97 Birth certificate states born on Limestone Road in Christiana Hundred

In a copied letter written by Grace M. Nolan dated March 7, 1934 to a Mrs. Cameron, she writes that she lives "on the Concord Pike near Talleyville. Our home is the house adjoining the Alfred I. duPont school going towards Wilmington."

Had a business card:

Miss Grace M. Tyson
Private Embroiderer
White Embroidery a Specialty

913 Jackson Street

In marriage record, lists Grace M. Tyson of Brack-Ex.
 
Tyson, Grace Maynard (I15)
 
98 Birth Certificate states place of birth as 909 W. 9th Street Tyson, George Covington (I55)
 
99 Birth date based on Robert's 1754 suing in his own name in a court of law Doak, Robert (I2829)
 
100 Birth of son, Harold, states father's birthplace as "Danzig - Germany"
 
Source (S239)
 

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