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1. IL, DeKalb County Clerk's Office, n.d Certificate of Marriage.
2. Married by Rev. Fried W. Field.
3. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage.
4. heart attack.
5. Married by Rev. Fried W. Field.
6. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage.
7. breast cancer.
8. Delayed birth certificate from the State of Nebraska
9. Illinois State Board of Health, n.d certificate of death; informant: Janice Black.
10. Original marriage license owned by Janice Black.
11. Certificate of Marriage, n.doriginal owned by Janice Black.
12. The Diaries of Walter Hibbard Woodward, 1908-1937says marriage at fair grounds.
13. Austin, Ethel - Diaries and Clipping Bookssays "Married at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday mroning, October 8, 1912 at Frist Christian church".
14. Records of Harold O. Woodward, n.d., Pedigree Chart circa 1959.
15. Morgan Co., IL Clerk of the Court, n.dunknown detail.
16. IL State Board of Healthcertificate of death; informant: Janice Black.
17. Ibid.
18. Records of Harold O.
19. Jacksonville Daily Journal, n.dObituary for Odell Woodward.
20. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksMarriage Announcement in unknown paper.
21. , Jacksonville Daily JournalObituary for Odell Woodward.
22. Head stone reading done in person by Mark Davis.
23. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksMisc. clipping announcing the death.
24. Ibid.
25. , Jacksonville Daily Journalobit of Blanche Woodward.
26. Original marriage license owned by Janice Black.
27. Certificate of Marriageoriginal owned by Janice Black.
28. Diaries of Walter H. Woodward says marriage at fair grounds.
29. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping Bookssays "Married at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday mroning, October 8, 1912 at Frist Christian church".
30. , Jacksonville Daily Journal obit of Blanche Woodward.
31. Ibid.
32. High School Graduation Commencement. Oration entitled "Youth" given by Blanch E. Blair. Oration entitled "Struggles of a Monitor" given by Opel M. Blair.
33. _________, Mark Andrew Davis in no series (53275 Placid Drive, South Bend, IN 46637: n.pub., n.d.), Graduation program on file in Blair File.
34. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage.
35. Married by E. B. Gilbert, Justice of the Peace.
36. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage for Charles O. Davis and Estella Baightel.
37. Charles O. Davis - Charles O. Davis, 82, a resident of this community for many years, died at his home, 730 Glidden Avenue, about 1 o'clock this morning, Feb. 13, 1952. He had been in ill health since August.

Davis had been employed as a cement worker for many years having worked on the first building erected on the Northern Illinois State Teachers College campus, and also on the swimming pool at Hopkins Park. He retired about 15 years ago.

He was born at Eldina, Ill., April 18, 1869, and came to this community in 1893. He was married in DeKalb in 1893 to Estella Beightel.

Surviving are his wife; three sons, Ray and Justin Davis, both of DeKalb and Ross Davis of Blue Island; one daughter, Mrs. Ancil Powell of Nakoosa, Wis.; 17 grandchildren adn eight greatgrandchildren. He was the last surviving member of his family.

Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wirtz Funeral Home with Elder Roy Healy of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints of Jesus Christ officiating. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Wirtz Funeral Home until the time of the services.
38. , The DeKalb Daily Chronical, n.dobituary.
39. IL State Board of HealthBirth Certificate for Ray Edward Davis.
40. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
41. IL State Board of HealthBirth Certificate for Ray Edward Davis.
42. , DeKalb Daily Chronicalobituary for Mrs. Ray Davis.
43. Funeral Memorial Card, n.d..
44. unknown newspaper - misc. clipping, (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), obituary - Ray E. Davis.
45. 2nd wife, died.
46. IL State Board of HealthBirth Certificate for Ray Edward Davis.
48. Social Security Death Index in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
49. , DeKalb Daily Chronicalobituary for Ray Davis.
50. Ibid.
51. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage for Charles O. Davis and Estella Baightel.
52. Married by E. B. Gilbert, Justice of the Peace.
53. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage for Charles O. Davis and Estella Baightel.
54. Mrs. Stella Davis - Mrs. Stella Davis, 83, 739 Glidden Avenue, passed away after an illness of three years.

She was born in Nachusa on Jan. 27, 1893. She came to this community in 1894 and on July 5 of that year married Charles Davis of DeKalb. She was a member of the Reogranized Church of Latter Day Saints.

Survivors include three sones, Ray of DeKalb; Ross, Blue Island and Justin, Wisconisin Rapids, Wis.; and a daughter, Mrs. Lela Powell, Nakoosa, Wis.; also 17 grandchildren adn 23 great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband in 1952.

Funeral services will be held at the Latter Day Saints Church on Tuesday at 2 p.m. conducted by Elder Charles Homuth of Plato Center. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening at the Wirtz Funeral Home.
55. , DeKalb Daily Chronical obituary.
56. Leslie Calvert.
57. Married by Rev. N.L. Petty.
58. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Office, n.dCertificate of Marriage between John W. Boyd and Cora E. Dismore.
59. 1900 United States Federal Census10/10 Lexington Twp. 1900.
60. 1910 United States Federal Censusdwelling 140-142.
61. 1920 Federal Census of the United StateV91 ED 172 Sheet 6, line 72.
62. Leslie Calvert.
63. Ibid.
64. Funeral Memorial Card, and obituary from an unknown paper.
65. Records of Geneva Monroe, n.d., Letter dated 3 Mar 1992.
66. Ibid.
67. Ibid.
68. Ibid.
69. Funeral Memorial Card.
70. by O.A. Trinkle, minister.
71. The Anderson Herald, (Anderson, IN: n.pub., n.d.), April 3, 1986, page 3.
72. Indiana State Board of Health Division of Vital Records, n.dcertificate of birth 491341.
73. Funeral Memorial Card, memorial record book from the funeral of John W. Boyd.
74. Ind. State Board Healthcertificate of death #29786.
75. Ibid., Certificate of Death of Cora Boyd #30355.
76. Married by Rev. N.L. Petty.
77. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage between John W. Boyd and Cora E. Dismore.
78. Ind. State Board HealthCertificate of Death of Cora Boyd #30355.
79. Ibid.
80. The Village of Royalton, Vital Records, n.dbook of Births, page 14.
81. IL State Board of Healthcertificate of death.
82. The village records of Tunbridge, VT, n.d., Marriage recorded in the records of Tunbridge, copy on file.
83. IL State Board of Healthcertificate of death.
84. Head stone reading doneStone in Chapin Cemetery, read and photographed by Mark Davis.
85. A Brief History of Walter Woodward and His Family, circa 1960page 1.
86. Ibid.
87. Ibid.
88. Ibid., page 2.
89. Ibid.
90. Ibid.
91. Letter of Introduction from the Wilcox, Neb. Congregational Church to the M.E. Church of Oberlin, KS.
92. A Brief History of Walter Woodwardpage 2.
93. Ibid.
94. Ibid.
95. 1910 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
96. , Jacksonville Daily JournalMar 28, 1929 Clipping in Woodward File.
97. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksStory from unknown paper.
98. A Brief History of Walter Woodwardpage 1.
99. MATRIMONIAL; Mr. I.E. Woodward of Chapin and Miss Goldie Omer of Camp Point, were married Tuesday at the Christian church, Rev. J. W. Porter of Chapin officiating. Both young people have a large circle of friends who will join in wishing them every happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward left Tuesday night for Spokane, Wash., where Mr. Woodward has a position with the Northern Pacific railroad.
100. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksMarriage Announcment, paper unknown.
101. died of Brain Tumor.
102. , Jacksonville Daily JournalSept. 13, 1911.
103. _________, Mark Andrew Davis, photo of grave marker on file.
104. A Brief History of Walter Woodwardpage 2.
105. Certificate of Marriageunknown detail.
106. The Records of Doris Bilhuber, n.dunknown detail.
107. A Brief History of Walter Woodwardpage 2.
108. Records of Harold O.
109. 1920 US Federal CensusVol. 29, ED91, Sheet 3, Line 7.
110. Eloped and married by her cousin, Rev. Fredrick Burnham and was accompanied by her brother, Irvin Woodward. A reception was given the following Monday at her parents home.
111. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksMarriage announcement, unknown paper.
112. IL State Board of Healthcertificate of death.
113. Records of Tunbridge, VTMarriage recorded in the records of Tunbridge, copy on file.
114. IL State Board of Healthcertificate of death.
115. card to her father from the Gillett home.
116. A Collection of Woodward & Felton Family Letters, n.d..
117. My Dear Father, I did not get your letter till the 2 day of October. If you had directed it to Harman Gilleth I should have got it before. Our school is out. It was out two weeks ago. Fred was out all night doing a cooning and they cought a coon. I got a card the last day of school and it had a bouquet of flowers on it. When you write to Aunti Wheeler, you tell her that I was very glad of the ribbon. I have had my hair cut off, Uncle Amblres cut it off. What kind of onion's did you sow this year? I tried to think and I could not. Tell Frank and Elmer that I will send them a picture. Tell Martha to write to me. I love to live at Aunt Laurie's. There was a little girl out here that died with the scarlet fever a few days ago. She was one of the France Scholars and her name was Cora. Now you must write me. From your daughter, Elsie Felton who is doing grandmer work Give my love to her and the boys.
118. A Brief History of Walter Woodwardpage 1.
119. , Jacksonville Daily JournalMar 28, 1929 Clipping in Woodward File.
120. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksStory from unknown paper.
121. 1920 US Federal CensusIL, Morgan Co, Chapin.
122. , Jacksonville Daily Journalobit of Frank E. Blair.
123. Ibid.
124. Ibid.
125. 1920 US Federal CensusIL, Morgan Co, Chapin.
126. Ibid.
127. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping Booksmarriage announcement.
128. Ibid.
129. 1880 Federal Census of the United Statesunknown detail.
130. The National Archives, n.dapplication for pension by Alfred Bloyd Mar 31 1898.
131. , Jacksonville Daily Journalobit of Frank E. Blair.
132. 1870 US Federal CensusIA, Cass Co, Lewis.
133. IL, Winnebago Co. Clerk's Office, n.dCertificate of Marriage for Daniel C. Davis and Minerva LaPorte.
134. 16th Judical Circuit, Clerk of the Circuit Court, DeKalb County Courthouse, Sycamore, IL, n.d., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Nov 6 1879.
135. in his inlistment papers, Justin L. Davis lists his father's nationality as American and his residence as 'dead.'
136. National Archivesenlistment papers, US Army.
137. Cass County, Iowa Courthouse, n.d., Abstracts of town lots.
138. 1870 US Federal CensusIA, Cass Co, Lewis.
139. Cass County, Iowa Courthouse, Abstracts of town lots.
140. was a member of the lodge in 2nd half of 1873 when he was elected V.G.
141. Cass County, Iowa Courthouse, Abstracts of town lots.
142. Ibid.
143. Ibid.
144. Ibid.
145. 16th Judical Circuit, Clerk, Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Oct 1879.
146. Ibid., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Sept 22, 1879.
147. 1870 US Federal CensusIA, Cass Co, Lewis.
148. The Dixon Telegraph, (Dixon, IL: n.pub., n.d.), 15 Feb 1897, page 5 col. 4.
149. David Adelbert Davis died Saturday night, age 31 years. Funeral today (Monday). Born April 10, 1866, at Eldena, Ill. He lived several years at Paw Paw. For the past several years he has been a resident of Dixon and employed by his uncle, Daniel W. McKenney. His mother is Mrs. Henry Foiles, home in DeKalb. Two brothers: Charles O. Davis of DeKalb and Justin L. Davis who went to Dakota.
150. Dixon Telegraph, 15 Feb 1897, page 5 col. 4.
151. David Davis aged 14, hired boy born Iowa, father & mother NY. he was enumerated in the household of Emmett Deming 28, born NY, parent, NY and his wife, Alice 27, born IL, parents NY; their daughter Anna 1, all IL.
152. 1880 US Federal Census137/137.
153. "For the past several years he has been a resident of Dixon and employed by his uncle, Daniel W. McKenney."
154. Dixon Telegraph, page 5, col. 4.
155. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
156. National Archivesphysical examination form, new recruit, US Army.
157. Justin Davis aged 16, hired boy born in Iowa, father NY, mother IL. He is enumerated with Joseph Cooper 23, born IL, parents NY, Wisc., his wife, Emma 18 born IL, parents NY.
158. 1880 US Federal Census153/153.
159. National Archivesenlistment papers, US Army.
160. Company 'B', 1st Prov Balt Infantry, stationed at the Presidio of San Francisco, CA.
161. National Archivesenlistment papers, US Army.
162. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
163. 16th Judical Circuit, Clerk, Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Oct 1879.
164. Ibid., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Sept 22, 1879.
165. Ibid., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Oct 1879.
166. Ibid., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Sept 22, 1879.
167. Ibid., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Oct 1879.
168. Ibid., Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Sept 22, 1879.
169. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary.
170. IL, Winnebago Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage for Daniel C. Davis and Minerva LaPorte.
171. 16th Judical Circuit, Clerk, Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Nov 6 1879.
172. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage.
173. died of Pneumonia.
174. IL State Board of HealthCertificate of death #14019 for Minerva Nancy Foiles.
175. Ibid.
176. 'A number of years the deceased spent in Iowa and she then came to DeKalb.
177. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
178. as Mrs. D.C. Davis.
179. _________, The Voters and Tax-Payers of DeKalb County, Illinois in no series (Chicago IL: H. F. Kett & Co, 1876), page 234 PawPaw Twp.
180. 16th Judical Circuit, Clerk, Supporting documentation for the divorce of Daniel C. and Minerva Davis - Oct 1879.
181. wife listed as widow in 1900 census.
182. lists 2 males under 10, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-20, 5 males 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 30-40 and no livestock.
183. 1865 Illinois State Census, Lee County, page 33.
184. Adella Helmershausen, 100 Years of Methodist Episcopal Church - Franklin Grove, Lee Co., IL 1836-1936 in no series (Chicago, IL: Manz Engraving Co., 1937), page 250.
185. Lee County Index 1839-1916 of the Clerk of the Courts Office, 1996, Book b, page 240.
186. granted a license to marry.
187. DeWitt C. Beightel died very suddenly last evening at 6 o'clock at his home, 1303 Hemlock avenue. He had just completed his evening meal when he was stricken with a heart attach and expired. He had been in failing health since May 31 when he suffered a severe and sudden illness.

Mr. Beightel, who had been one of the custodians at the courthouse for the past ten years, was born in Nachusa, Jan 17, 1877. In 1905 he was united in marriage to Miss Evangeliine Seybert. To this union one son, Wllsworth C. Beightel was born, who with the widow survives. Other survuvors are three sisters, Mrs. Sybella Bates and Mrs. Ethel Bookner of Dixon and Mrs. C. O. Davis of DeKalb. His parents and four sisters preceded him in death.

Funeral services will be conducted from the Preston funeral home Thrusday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Lloyd W. Walter, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran chruch, offiating and interment will be in Oakwood. The body was taken to the family residence this afternoon to remain until the hour of the funeral Thursday.
188. Dixon Telegraph, 12 Dec, 1939 page 1, col. 4.
189. Ibid.
190. Ibid.
191. Ibid., as listed in the obituary of Susan Beightal. Also listed in Lee County Marriage Index.
192. Mrs. Susan Beightel Died Early This Morn - Aged Resident of This City Called to Her Reqard. - Funeral Sunday P.M.

Mrs. Susan Malinda Beightal, for fifty-one years a resident of Illinois, and living many years at Nachusa, Ill. died this morning at 2 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Brookner, 310 Fifth street, this city. She was 84 years, 3 months and 5 days old.

Mrs. Beightal was born at Hagerstown, Md., October 20, 1833, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Strine, and came to Illinois fifty-one years ago. She resided in Nachusa until a few months ago when, on account of ill health, from which she had long been a patient sufferer, she came to Dixon and made her home with her daughter.

She was the mother of nine children, three preceding her to the great beyond. The six who survive too mourn the loss of a kind mother are Mrs. Sabilla Bates, Mrs. Frank Morgan, DeWill Beightal and Mrs. Paul Bookner of Dixon; Mrs. William Davisson of Davenport, Iowa, and Mrs. Charles Davis of Sprague, Wis. Twenty-three grandchildren, three great grand children, one brother in Virginia, one sister in Maryland and a host of friends also mourn her passing.

The funeral services will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brookner, 310 Fifth street, at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. They will be conducted by Rev. N. King of the Nachusa Lurhteran church, of which she had been a member since its organization. Interment will be made in Oakwood.
193. Dixon Telegraph, 25 Jan 1918, page 1, col. 3.
194. Lot 1863, 3-SW. Small Red granite stone.
195. widow.
196. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Death #238.
197. married at the home of Israel Rude in Scott Co., IN.
198. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Officecertificate of marriage.
199. National ArchivesMilitary Pension voucher for Joseph K. Boyd, May 4, 1898.
200. Head stone reading doneKimberlin Cemetery by Mark Davis.
201. National ArchivesMilitary Pension voucher for Joseph K. Boyd, May 4, 1898.
202. Land Records for Jackson County (Indiana), 1972, Township 4, section 32.
203. National ArchivesOriginal Land Grant, Cash Entry, File 20118.
204. 1850 United States Federal CensusIndiana, Jackson Co., Vernon Twp., page 101; dwelling 919/930.
205. Records of Jackson Co., IN, n.dland book vol. F, page 202.
206. _________, Stairs' Map of Jackson Co., Ind. in no series (Brownstown, IN: Stairs, W.H., 1858), page 29.
207. 1860 United Stated Federal Censuspage 807, dwelling 1154/1116.
208. National ArchivesGeneral Affidavit for Widows Pension by Eliza J. Boyd, Dec. 20, 1906.
209. Mustered in by Cat. Braden, substitute for Henry Frank.
210. National ArchivesCivil War file, copy owned by Mark Davis.
211. Ibid.
212. Ibid.
213. Ibid.
214. Ibid.
215. 1870 US Federal Censuspage 30; dwelling 250/254.
216. Ind. State Board HealthAdmission records, copy owned by Mark Davis.
217. 1880 US Federal CensusScott Co., IN page 67.
218. 1900 US Federal CensusScott Co., IN ED 122.
219. Pittman, Sally, n.d., FGS, 1991.
220. Ibid.
221. 1900 US Federal CensusScott Co., IN ED 122.
222. 1920 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
223. 1900 US Federal CensusScott Co., IN ED 122.
224. National ArchivesMilitary Pension voucher for Joseph K. Boyd, May 4, 1898.
225. 1920 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
226. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Officegardianship records.
227. SCJ: "Eliza J. Boyd, widow of Joseph K. Boyd died on Thursday at her home near Goshen in Lexington Twp. of paralysis. Aged 85 years. Burual was at the Whitson (Austin) cemetery Friday. She is survived by four sons, Albert, John, Amzy and Gillen Boyd and one daughter, Mrs. Etta Bickery." No listing of this burial in the Cemetery Records of Carl Bogardus.
228. The Scott County Journal, (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
229. National ArchivesGeneral Affidavit for Widows Pension by Eliza J. Boyd, Dec. 20, 1906.
230. Ibid.
231. "Scott County Genealogical Society," serial unknownScaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
232. Married by Wesley Hartley, Minister of the Gospel.
233. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage between Nathaniel H. Dismore and Susan E. Clark.
234. Obituary: "Hamilton Dismore died Monday night at at his residence two miles east of this place of consumption. His remains were buried at Scaffoldlick Tuesday afternoon."
235. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
236. The Scottsburg Chronicle, (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), 6 June 1895 #20.
237. The Journals of Angilettie James Perry, n.dcirca 1969.
238. 1880 US Federal CensusLexington Twp., Scott Co., IN 476\488.
239. Leslie Calvert.
240. Ibid.
241. Ibid.
242. Dr. Carl Bogardus, Cemetery Records in no series (Scottsburg, IN: Scott County Historical Society, 1978), page 73.
243. Leslie Calvert.
244. Bogardus, Cemetery Records, page 73.
245. Ibid.
246. 1900 US Federal Census10/10 Lexington Twp. 1900.
247. Records of Clark County, IN, n.d., marriage records book 46 pg 33.
248. Ibid.
249. Leslie Calvert.
250. Ibid.
251. Ibid.
252. Spencer County Court Records, Spencer Co., KY, n.d., Birth records - 1855.
253. Eula R. Hasskarl, Spencer County, Kentucky Marriages and Vital Statistics in no series (Ada, OK 74820: Hasskarl, Eula R., May 1979), page 74.
254. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
255. Head stone reading doneBook listing stones in the Scaffold Lick Baptist Church Cemetery.
256. Married by Wesley Hartley, Minister of the Gospel.
257. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Marriage between Nathaniel H. Dismore and Susan E. Clark.
258. Head stone reading doneBook listing stones in the Scaffold Lick Baptist Church Cemetery.
259. Dr. Boqardus' card files; Scott County Chronicle, n.d..
260. Ibid.
261. Ind. State Board HealthCertificate of Death of Cora Boyd #30355.
262. Lovejoy, The History of Royalton, VT (Burlington, VT: Free Press Printing Co, 1911)unknown detail.
263. Village of Royalton, VtBook IX, page 168.
264. <<I>>Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

>> (n.p.: n. pub., n.d.)unknown detail.
265. No Probate Records found at Woodstock, VT.
266. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
267. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
268. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 207.
269. Records of Walter Roy Woodward, n.d., Letter from John H. Woodward to Amos Woodward; Copy in Woodward Letter File.
270. 1860 US CensusVT, Windsor Co, Royalton.
271. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1042.
272. Woodward Family Bible owned by Earl Shepard says marriage was in Tunbridge.
273. Village of Royalton, VtBook IX, page 190.
274. Head stone reading doneStone in Branchview Cemetery, read and photographed by Mark Davis.
275. Diaries of Walter H. WoodwardWalter wrote in diary that they had received word of Elmer's death.
276. Stone reads Elmer A. Woodward May 17, 1843-Aug. 15, 1911.
277. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1991.
278. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
279. Letter of Mrs. Ken (Nellie) Woodward, n.d., Death recorded in a card from Mrs. Ken Woodward to Mr. & Mrs. Walter Woodward. Owned by Janice Black, copy owned by Mark Davis.
280. Head stone reading doneStone in family plot, reads "Addie", no dates. At the foot of her father's monument.
281. Collection of Woodward/Felton LettersLetter from Addie Pierce to Walter H. Woodward of Oberlin, KS.
282. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1042.
283. Village of Royalton, Vtbook XLIII, page 29.
284. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1991.
285. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
286. Village of Royalton, VtBook IX, page 168.
287. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
288. suicide.
289. Village of Royalton, VtBook 25, page 5.
290. Head stone reading doneStone read and photographed by Mark Davis.
291. Felton, A Genealogical History of the Felton Family (Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Company, 1935)page 245.
292. Ibid.
293. Ibid.
294. Ibid.
295. Ibid.
296. Village of Royalton, Vtbook IX, page 2.
297. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 245.
298. Ibid.
299. Ibid.
300. Ibid.
301. Ibid.
302. Ibid.
303. Ibid.
304. Ibid.
305. Ibid.
306. Ibid.
307. Ibid.
308. Ibid.
309. Ibid.
310. National ArchivesDeclaration for War Pension 19, Aug 1920.
311. In 1920 census, Thomas lists his place of birth as PA; father b: Ireland mother b: Scotland. However, his son lists his (Thomas') place of birth as MD.
312. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping Booksmisc obituary clipping, states his date of birth.
313. Morgan Co., IL Clerk's OfficeMorgan County Clerk's Office. Certificate of Marriage.
314. Obituary in Ethel Austin's Clipping Book, Chapin History House... Excerps... born in Baltimore Maryland, last of a family of six children, his parents, three brothers and two sisters preceded him in death'.
315. IL State Board of HealthState of IL, Adams Co, Certificate of Death.
316. page 154, 2104/2150

James Blair age 57 b. Ireland

Catherine age 40 b. Ireland

William 9, Ireland

Thomas 4 MD

Jane 2 MD

Isabella 40 MD

next house

Thomas Blair 35 Ireland

Lydia 29 Ireland

William 4 MD

Elizabeth 3 MD

William 50 Ireland

Moses 23 Ireland

John 20 Ireland

William 17 Ireland

Sarah 14 Ireland

Thomas 6 Ireland.


317. Served during the Civel War in Illinois Company B, 191 Regiment. Mustered out 7 Jun, 1865, Washington DC.
318. said father was Irish/English and mother was Scotch/English.
319. 1910 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
320. 1920 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
321. Austin, Ethel-Diaries/Clipping BooksMisc. clipping announcing the death.
322. Ibid., Misc. clipping announcing the death of Ida Blair.
323. Ibid., Misc. clipping announcing the death.
324. Morgan Co., IL Clerk's OfficeMorgan County Clerk's Office. Certificate of Marriage.
325. National Archivespension application.
326. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
327. married by John Lankin, J.P.
328. National Archivespension application.
329. Scott Co., IL Clerk, n.d., lic. #1726.
330. Head stone reading doneExeter Cemetery, Bluffs, IL.
331. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
332. 1860 US Censusdwelling 554/567.
333. Company I, 129th Illinois Vol. Infintry.
334. National Archivespension application.
335. gunshot wound of the ankle received at the Battle of Resaca.
336. National Archivespension application.
337. as a Corpl.
338. National Archivespension application.
339. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
340. Scott Co., IL Clerk, Deed Book index.
341. Ibid.
342. Ibid.
343. Ibid.
344. unknown newspaper - misc, 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
345. Alford Vannie is listed as grandson of Alfred Bloyd.
346. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 56, family 57.
347. 1860 US Censusdwelling 554/567.
348. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Janie Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
349. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 52, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
350. unknown newspaper - misc, obituary of Mrs. Henry Bruno. Collection of Janice Black.
351. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
352. National Archivesapplication for pension.
353. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Charles Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
354. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 39, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
355. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Charles Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
356. Ibid.
357. Scott Co., IL Clerk, Deed Book index.
358. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 39, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
359. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Lucy Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
360. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
361. National Archivesapplication for pension by Alfred Bloyd Mar 31 1898.
362. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 57, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
363. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Lucy Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
364. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
365. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Mrs. Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
366. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
367. National Archivesapplication for pension by Alfred Bloyd Mar 31 1898.
368. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 39, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
369. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Mrs. Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
370. Ibid.
371. Margaret Bloyd's Obituary lists the death of a daughter: Mrs. Charles Emery. I'm assuming it is Nellie Bloyd as all other daughters are accounted for.
372. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
373. Ibid.
374. National Archivesapplication for pension by Alfred Bloyd Mar 31 1898.
375. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Mrs. Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
376. 1860 US Censusdwelling 554/567.
377. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
378. married by John Lankin, J.P.
379. National Archivespension application.
380. Scott Co., IL Clerk, lic. #1726.
381. unknown newspaper - misc, Obituary of Mrs. Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
382. Ibid., 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Bloyd. Collection of Janice Black.
383. 1870 US Federal CensusIA, Cass Co, Lewis.
384. dwelling 92, Farmer, property valued at $250., born NY aged 51 or 57. can not read or write. Jane listed as born in NY aged 40, Elizebeth born NY aged 21, Daniel C. born Canada aged 15, Mary J. born PA aged ?
385. 1850 US Federal CensusAmboy Twp, Lee Co., IL page 118.
386. William listed as a farmer with real estate valued at $1,600. and a personal estate valued at $500. He is listed as aged 60 born NY; Jane listed as aged 55 born NY; Daniel C. listed as aged 26 born Canada; Mary listed as aged 18 born PA.
387. 1860 US CensusDwelling 1265/1147.
388. This obituary was from a typed copy at the DeKalb Joyner History Room, the date of the paper and the information in the obit are suspect until an actual copy is obtained.

Laport, "Nathan"

One of the oldest settlers in Sandwich Twp. settling here in 1838 with his family of wleven children--three sons and eight daughters; most of the time he has resided at Ross Grove. He died on May 15 aged 81 yrs. He was born in Montreal, Canada, may 3, 1802 and married Miss M. Guardner, June 3, 1827 and she survives him. His remains were conveyed to the Ross Grove cemetery.
389. IL State Board of HealthCertificate of death #14019 for Minerva Nancy Foiles.
390. , The Sandwich Argus (Sandwich, IL), 1888unknown detail.
391. Ibid., Obituary of Nathan LaPort.
392. The Lee County TImes, (Paw Paw, IL: n.pub., n.d.), 18 Aug 1893 page 3.
393. , Sandwich ArgusMay 26, 1883. Nathan LaPorte, came here in 1838, 11 children - 3 sons and 8 daugs, May 15. Born, Montreal, Canada 3 May 1802, married M. Gaurdner, 3 June 1827. Services at the United Presbiterian Church, by Rev. Samuel Sheppard, from Shabbona Officiating. Buried Ross Grove cemetery. Died Monday of this week, AE 81 years, 12 days. Leaves widow and several children. Services on Wednesday.
394. Ibid., Obituary of Nathan LaPort.
395. Males under 5 (1); Males 20-29 (1); Females under 5 (1); females 15-19 (1); females 20-29 (1); TOTAL of 5. One person is listed as an Alien, unnaturalized.
396. 1830 United States Federal Censuspage 68, line 16, Jefferson Twp.
397. Portrait and Biographical Album of DeKalb County, Illinois (Chicago IL: Chapman Brothers, 1883), p. 554unknown detail.
398. Ibid.
399. Ibid.
400. 1850 US Federal Censusdwelling 73/79.
401. Narcias LaPorte age 56 Farmer, real estate 1600, personal estate 500; born Canada; Minerva LaPorte aged 53 born NY; Emiline aged 12 born IL; Indson aged 9 male, born IL; Catharine Gordon aged 85, retired, born NY.
402. 1860 US Censusdwelling 3249/164.
403. 1870 US Federal CensusDeKalb Co, IL page 495.
404. _________, Voters and Tax-Payers, page 237 PawPaw Twp.
405. 1880 US Federal Census131/131.
406. Note: Alonzo LaPorte's Military Service record states birth as Jefferson Co. Kentucky.
407. The Sycamore True Republican, (Sycamore, IL: n.pub., 1909), Mar 31, 1909 Obituary of Alonzo LaPorte.
408. _________, Portrait and Biographical Album of DeKalb County, Illinois in no series (Chicago, IL: Chapman Brothers, 1883), page 554.
409. Sycamore True Republican, Mar 31, 1909 Obituary of Alonzo LaPorte.
410. Ibid.
411. _________, The Biographical Record of DeKalb Co., Ill. in no series (Chicago, IL: S.J. Clarke Pub. Co., 1898).
412. Co. I, 1st. Regiment of Illinois foot volunteers.
413. National Archivesmiltary service record BRUT.SS177-160-47.
414. Ibid.
415. "in April 1850, he started overland for California. Arriving in that State, he spent three years in mining and returned to Paw Paw in 1853, and again engaged in farming..."
416. _________, Portrait and Biographical Album, page 554.
417. 1860 US Censusdwelling 3229/144.
418. 1870 US Federal CensusDeKalb Co, IL page 489.
419. _________, Voters and Tax-Payers, page 237 PawPaw Twp.
420. 1880 Federal Census - Soundex Index, IL, L163, LaPorte Alonzo.
421. 1900 US Federal CensusWinnebago Co., IL page 32.
422. _________, The History of Winnabago County Illinois in no series (Chicago, IL: Kett & Co, 1877), page 552.
423. Ibid.
424. also listed was David Benjamin aged 20 of Illinois, farm labor.
425. 1860 US CensusWinnebago Co., IL page 537.
426. 1870 US Federal CensusWinnebago Co, IL page 276.
427. _________, History of Winnabago County, page 552.
428. 1900 US Federal CensusWinnebago Co., IL page 32.
429. 1910 US Federal CensusWinnebago Co., IL e.d. 143, line 242.
430. _________, Portrait and Biographical Record of Lee County, Illinois in no series (Chicago, IL: Biographical Publishing Co., 1892), page 431, 432.
431. Ibid.
432. Ibid.
433. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
434. Cass County Genealogical Society, Cass County, Iowa Cemetery Records in no series (Des Moines, IA: Iowa Genealogical Society, 1988), page 18.
435. _________, Compendium of History and Biography of Cass County Iowa in no series (Chicago, IL: Henry Taylor & Company, 1906), page 386.
436. Cass County Genealogical Society, Cass County, Iowa Cemetery, page 18.
437. Block 9, lot 6.
438. Cass County Genealogical Society, Cass County, Iowa Cemetery, page 18.
439. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeWill of Minerva LaPorte from Probate Office.
440. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
441. Cass County, Iowa Courthouse, Abstracts of town lots.
442. _________, Compendium of History, page 387.
443. widow, mother of 5, 3 living children, born in IL, Father Canada, Mother NY.
444. 1910 US Federal Census54B/54.
445. , DeKalb Daily ChronicalFeb 17 1913, page 1 obituary of Minerva Foiles.
446. 1880 US Federal CensusED 114, page 11, line 2, dwelling 92/98 on Ottawa St.
447. The Dixon Sun, (Dixon, IL: n.pub., n.d.), "Died Feb. 13, 1891 _?_ was born Jan. 29, 1829 in Watertown N.Y. She married Daniel McKenney at Sycamore Sept 21, 1856. No Children. Maiden name Gloriana LaPorte".
448. _________, History of Lee County, IL in no series (Chicago, IL: H. H. Hill & Co., 1881), page 833.
449. Dixon Sun, "Died Feb. 13, 1891 _?_ was born Jan. 29, 1829 in Watertown N.Y. She married Daniel McKenney at Sycamore Sept 21, 1856. No Children. Maiden name Gloriana LaPorte".
450. 1880 US Federal CensusED 114, page 11, line 2, dwelling 92/98 on Ottawa St.
451. Dixon Sun, "Died Feb. 13, 1891 _?_ was born Jan. 29, 1829 in Watertown N.Y. She married Daniel McKenney at Sycamore Sept 21, 1856. No Children. Maiden name Gloriana LaPorte".
452. Lee Co (IL) Times, 18 Aug 1893 page 3.
453. , Sandwich ArgusObituary of Nathan LaPort.
454. Lee Co (IL) Times, 18 Aug 1893 page 3.
455. Obituary. Minerva Gardner was born in Watertown, Jefferson Co. N.Y. on the 30th day of April, 1807, and died in Paw Paw township, DeKalb county, Illinois, on the 12th day of August, 1893. Aged 86 years, 3 months and 13 days.

She was united in marriage to Narcis LaPorte at Alexandria, Jefferson county, N.Y. in 1827.

She came from her native state in 1837 and settled near Sugar Grove, Ills. After a residence there of eight years, she moved to DeKalb county and settled in Paw Paw township, and for forty-eight consecutive years continued to reside in the same township.

The deceased was the mother of eleven children, three sons (one of whom is Alonzo LaPorte of Paw Paw) and eight daughters. The mother was spared to see them all grow to maturity, excepting one which died in infancy. Three daughters have preceeded their mother through the portals of death. One at the age of 16 years and the other two were mothers.

The father and husband departed this life in June 1883, since which times she has lived with her daughter Mrs. Henry Foiles, who has spared no pains or trouble to make it comfortable and homelike for mother. Her efforts were appreciated and the deceased was fond of expressing her gratitude to her friends, for the daughter's kind and patient attention.

Mrs. LaPorte was very much attached to her children. In their behalf she thought, planned and toiled. Her own interests were made subservient to the interests of her children. In return the children were fondly attached to mother and now the memory of her is blessed. During the last year of health failed quite rapidly. This she seemed to realize herself and began to fear, as she was growing blind, that she might become a burden to her friends. She prayed to be taken home from the ills and infirmaties that flesh is heir to. A few days ago she fell from a porch which hastened her death and brought about the end for which she sometimes longed.

She experienced religion in 1822 under the preaching of a Presbyterian minister. This religion has ever since been to her a comfort and a solace, helping her to bear the cares and burdens of life, and looking beyond this world to another of blessed tranquility.

The funeral services were held at the residence of Henry Foiles, south of Shabbona Grove, Sunday afternoon, August 13, 1893, and was largely attended. Rev. B.A. Dickens officiated. The remains were interred at the LaPorte (Ross Grove Cemetery) cemetery. A Card. We wish to express our thanks to the kind friends and neighbors for their assistance in the time of our affliction and in the care of our loving mother and also to the W.C. T.U. for those lovely flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Foiles, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Kriger, daughters of deceased.
456. Lee Co (IL) Times, 18 Aug 1893 page 3.
457. Ibid.
458. In the name of God Amen, I, Minerva S. LaPorte of Paw Paw DeKalb County Illinois (a Widow) being of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testament.

I give and bequeath to my son Alonzo all my real estate situated in the town of Paw Paw DeKalb Co Ills. and to my other children as follows to wit to Gloriann McKenry Fifty Dollars to Sophia M. Stevens Fifty Dollars to Lucia V. Hauxwurst One Hundred Dollars to Olive E. Krigger Fifty Dollars to Isadone F. Dunton Fifty Dollars to Ozro M. LaPorte Five Dollars and to Minerva N. Foiles all the residue and remainder of my property both real and personal after paying all my just debts and funeral expenses. I hereby appoint Minerva N. Foiles executix of this my will without bonds. In witness where of I have signed sealed and declare this instrument as my will at Shabbona this 12 th. day of May A.D. 1886. Minerva S. LaPort

And we at her request and in her presense and in presense of each other have here unto written our names as subscribing witnesses

M.V. Allen of Shabbona DeKalb Co Ills

& Henry Foiles Paw Paw. " " "
459. IL, DeKalb Co. Clerk's OfficeWill of Minerva LaPorte from Probate Office.
460. 1860 US CensusJohnsville District 17.
461. Ibid.
462. He is between 50-59 years of age in the 1840 Census.
463. 1840 United States Federal CensusJefferson Co., Republic Twp., IN page 210.
464. Wills & Probate books of Jefferson Co., IN, n.d., book 1846, page 55.
465. Ibid.
466. 1 male 5-9, 1 male 10/14, 1 male 15/19, 1 male 50/59, no females.
467. 1840 US Federal CensusJefferson Co., Republic Twp., IN page 210.
468. National ArchivesOriginal Land Grant, Cash Entry, File 20118.
469. Wills & Probate books, will of Robert Boyd.
470. married by J.M. Cox.
471. Betty Ritchie, Jefferson County, Indiana Marriage Records 1811 - 1831 in no series (Madison, IN: Ripley County Historical Society, n.d.).
472. Wills & Probate books, will of Robert Boyd.
473. married by J. Chapman.
474. Ritchie, Jefferson County, Indiana Marriage.
475. Wills & Probate books, will of Robert Boyd.
476. Boyd Family, n.d..
477. Ritchie, Jefferson County, Indiana Marriage.
478. "according to the Vernon Banner."
479. Boyd Family.
480. Wills & Probate books, will of Robert Boyd.
481. Misc Family Files of the Madison Public Library, Jefferson Co., IN, n.d., unknown submitter of Lichliter family information.
482. married by J.M. Cox.
483. Ritchie, Jefferson County, Indiana Marriage.
484. funeral services held at Vails Funeral Home.
485. Misc Family Files, unknown submitter of Lichliter family information.
486. Wills & Probate books, will of Robert Boyd.
487. married by D. Willey.
488. Ritchie, Jefferson County, Indiana Marriage.
489. at the home of his daughter.
490. 120/120; Boyd, Acy K. 40, farmer $1,800/0, b. IL; Elizabeth 39, b. IN; Melville 15, b. IN; Duester 15, b. IN; Oscar 14, b. IN, Franklin 9, b. IN; Isabella 7, b. IN; Charles 2, b. IL, John W. 1, b. IL.
491. 1870 US Federal CensusFilm M593-196, page 32, line 7.
492. 1850 US Federal CensusRepublic Twp., Jefferson Co., IN page 236.
493. Wills & Probate books, will of Robert Boyd.
494. Ibid.
495. no females listed in the 1840 census.
496. 1840 US Federal CensusJefferson Co., Republic Twp., IN page 210.
497. 1850 US Federal CensusJefferson Co, IN page 285.
498. 1920 US Federal CensusV91 ED 172 Sheet 6, line 72.
499. 1850 US Federal CensusJefferson Co, IN page 285.
500. 1860 US CensusJennings Co. IN page 299.
501. 1850 US Federal CensusJefferson Co, IN page 285.
502. Ibid.
503. Ibid.
504. Ibid.
505. 1860 US CensusJennings Co. IN page 299.
506. Ibid.
507. Ibid.
508. Ibid.
509. Ibid.
510. 1850 US Federal CensusJefferson Co, IN page 285.
511. 1860 US CensusJennings Co. IN page 299.
512. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Cemetery Book listing stones in the Scaffold Lick Baptist Church Cemetery.
513. marriage bond issued 25 May 1822 and signed by Nelson Deel (record notes that Henry Dismore is the father of Nathaniel); Consent filed with Bond: John Deel, father of Margaret and witness by Gabiel Deel, Nelson Deel; John Dismore. Married by Joshua Morris, Minister.
514. Lilliam Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages - Bonds, Consents and Ministers' Returns in no series (Bardstown, KY: Nelson County Genealogical Society, n.d.), vol. 1817-1832.
515. Probate records of Wm. Cunningham lists Sally Cunningham on Aug 10, 1835 and Sally Dismore, late Cunningham, on 13 Feb 1837.
516. Carl Bogardus, Probate Court Records Scott County, Indiana 1820-1847 in no series (n.p.: Muscatatuck Press, 1970), page 10.
517. The Dismore Family, 1973, page 4 "In 1836, according to Meade Co., KY records, a marriage license was issued to Nathaniel Dismore and Sarah Cunningham -nee Parks- both born in Meade Co., Ky".
518. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
519. Ibid., Cemetery Book listing stones in the Scaffold Lick Baptist Church Cemetery.
520. Journals of Angilettie Perrycirca 1969.
521. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 5.
522. 1 male 30-39, 2 females 10-14, 1 15-19.
523. 1840 US Federal Censuspage 491.
524. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 2, #262, 262.
525. 1860 US CensusLexington Twp.; page 45 313/304.
526. 1870 US Federal CensusScott Co. IN.
527. In the name of our Benevolent Father I Nathaniel Dismore being of sound mind and memory and knowing of the uncertainty of Life and the certainty of death now make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other dispositions of my property towit.

1st. I give and bequeath to my eldest daughter, Kittie James an equal proportion of all my effects after my decease to wit. 1/9 after the payment of all my just debts if there be any and the payment of my funeral expenses and the cost of my grave stone.

2. I give and bequeath to the heirs of my daughter Brlistie James to wit: Margaret A. Lizenby and Lo___tin James the one ninth 1/9 of my said estate.

3. I give and bequeath to my daughter Susan Lizenby deceased her heirs to wit: Frank Lizenby, Rosa Lizenby, and Harrison Lizenby to wit: one ninth 1/9 less ten dollars and interest on said amount of note.

4. I give and bequeath to the heirs at law of my daughter Margarette Wardle Decd. to wit: Hannah, Mary, Janie, Amanda and Gilbert Wardle one ninth 1/9 of my said Estate of my decease.

5. I give and bequeath to the hiers at law of my son John Dismore Decd. to wit: names in full unknown one ninth 1/9 of my estate after my decease.

6. I give and bequeath to the heirs at law of my daughter Angellettie James Decd. to wit: John James one ninth 1/9 of my estate after my decease.

7th. I give and bequeath to my son Henry Dismore one ninth 1/9 of my Estate after my decease.

8th I give and bequeath to my son Hugh Dismore one ninth 1/9 of my Estate after my decease

9th I give and bequeath to my son Nathaniel H. Dismore one ninth 1/9 of my Estate after my decease

10th It is my pleasure that as above first stated that my funeral, just debts, and grave stone be first paid out of my estate and then an equal division between each of said children or their heirs at law except as named in my third heir Susan Lizenby deceased.

11th It is also my Will and pleasure that all my personal property of every description be sold at private sale without notice and the proceeds of said sale to be equally divided between my said heirs as above named.

12th. I nominate and appoint my friend Henry C. Dismore of Scott County Indiana as my executor to settle my estate and distribute to each of mysaid heirs as herein stated after my decease.

Executor purchase a grave stone simular to the stone over the grave of departed and beloved companion deceased after my decease. In testimorny whereof I Nathaniel Dismore have hereunto set my hand and ___ to ___ my last will and testament This 10th day of November 1885

Nathaniel [his X mark] Dismore

Signed and sealed in the presence of us and in his presence and in the presence of each other and at his request we have witnessed this day signed the above instrument as and for the last Will and Testament of Nathaniel Dismore

Martin [his X mark] Robbins

William H. Crawford

November 10th 1885

Attest Charlie H. Manker Clerk.
528. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeWill of Nathaniel Dismore.
529. 1860 US Census313\304 Vienna Township - Lexington P.O.
530. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeMarriage Record Index.
531. _________, Carol Buchanan Susnick

4898 Wind Drift Rd

Scottsburg, IN 47170 in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), Letter dated 9 Mar 1995.
532. 1860 US Census313\304 Vienna Township - Lexington P.O.
533. Head stone reading doneMisc. records of Leslie Calvert.
534. 1880 US Federal CensusLexington Twp., Scott Co., IN page 50; 478/489.
535. 1910 census lists this as his second marriage and her first.
536. Leslie Calvert.
537. buried Scottsburg Cemetery, obit appears in SCJ nov 16, 1924.
538. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scott County Deaths folder, extracted from the Scott County Journal.
539. Also a Nephew named John James c. 1866 in IN.
540. 1880 US Federal CensusLexington Twp., Scott Co., IN page 50; 478/489.
541. 1900 US Federal Census9/9.
542. 1910 US Federal Censusdwelling 139-140.
543. 1920 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
544. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
545. 1880 US Federal CensusLexington Twp., Scott Co., IN page 50; 477/488.
546. Leslie Calvert.
547. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
548. Leslie Calvert.
549. Journals of Angilettie Perrycirca 1969.
550. 1880 US Federal CensusLexington Twp., Scott Co., IN page 50; 477/488.
551. lists that only 2 of thier 6 children are living in 1900.
552. 1900 US Federal Census365/373 Vienna Twp.
553. lists Hugh and Mary E. as married 30 years, first marriage for each. Hugh's father born KY, mother SC. Lists Mary E as having given birth to 5 children, 2 of which were still living. Her father & mother born KY.
554. 1910 US Federal Censusdwelling 195-198.
555. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
556. 1860 US Census313\304 Vienna Township - Lexington P.O.
557. National ArchivesRevolutionary War Pension Records of Hugh Parks Sr. (page from family bible).
558. 1870 US Federal CensusScott Co. IN.
559. Probate records of Wm. Cunningham lists Sally Cunningham on Aug 10, 1835 and Sally Dismore, late Cunningham, on 13 Feb 1837.
560. Bogardus, Probate Court Records Scott, page 10.
561. Dismore Family, page 4 "In 1836, according to Meade Co., KY records, a marriage license was issued to Nathaniel Dismore and Sarah Cunningham -nee Parks- both born in Meade Co., Ky".
562. "Scott County Genealogical Society"Scaffoldlick Cemetery Readings.
563. Bogardus, Probate Court Records Scott, page 10.
564. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
565. 1900 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
566. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's OfficeCertificate of Death.
567. Dec. 21, 1853, Richard Clark, Bulitt, 19, single, Bulitt, Matildia Dehetey, Spencer, 31, single, Jefferson. Married by K. Buckner. Witnessed by A.L. Buckner and Dr. J. A. Allen.
568. Hasskarl, Spencer County, Kentucky Marriages, page 45.
569. Richard Clark of Indiana, a farmer, 61 year old white male, father's name: Ben Clark, mother's Rose Pratt; married Ella E. Bennett, maiden name Deputy, 63 year old white female born in Kent.; father's name J. Deputy, mother's name Nancy Sorneran (Sornesan?). married in Scott County Aug. 12, 1894 by W.H. Richey, witnessed by William Jones.
570. 1900 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
571. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Officemarriage returns for the quarter ending March 31, 1887.
572. Richard Clark died yesterday morning at the home of his son, John, in New Frankfort, of pneumonia. Aged 80 years. He is survived by four sons and two daughters.
573. Scott County Journal, obituary, date of paper not know.
574. Priscilla Surber Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records in no series (Scott Co., IN: Scott County Historical Society, 1990), page 32.
575. Ind. State Board HealthCertificate of Death, Scott Co. #014.
576. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 32.
577. 1860 US Censuspage 509, District 2.
578. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
579. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
580. 1900 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
581. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
582. Zack Clark, head of household, aged 55 widowed from KY. Nobody else living in the household.
583. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
584. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 31.
585. Spencer County Court Records, Birth records - 1857.
586. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 31.
587. Ibid.
588. Ibid.
589. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
590. Ibid.
591. Ibid.
592. Ibid.
593. Ibid.
594. 1860 US Censusunknown detail.
595. Hasskarl, Spencer County, Kentucky Marriages, page 81.
596. Spencer County Court Records, Birth records - 1860.
597. Richard A. Clark of Goshen, Scott Co. IN, a farmer aged 23, white born in KY to Ricahrd Clark and ? Deputy married Married Eliza M. Davis of Goshen, IN aged 20, white, born in Scott County. Father was David A. Harris, mother ? Taflinger. Married at D.A. Harris home on Mar 25, 1882 by C.A. Manker Eld.

C.C. and witnessed by John Clark.
598. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Officemarriage returns.
599. Spencer County Court Records, Birth records - 1861.
600. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
601. Ibid.
602. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Officemarriage returns book for 1890.
603. 1870 US Federal CensusLiving with Father Richard Clark at Dwelling 1183, family 1164, Vienna Twp., Scott Co., IL.
604. Spencer County Court Records, Birth records - 1861.
605. Dec. 21, 1853, Richard Clark, Bulitt, 19, single, Bulitt, Matildia Dehetey, Spencer, 31, single, Jefferson. Married by K. Buckner. Witnessed by A.L. Buckner and Dr. J. A. Allen.
606. Hasskarl, Spencer County, Kentucky Marriages, page 45.
607. The wife of Richard Clark residing near Goshen, died suddenly last Thursday evening of heart trouble caused by a paralytic stroke. Her remains were buried at the Estil cemetery Saturday.
608. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 32.
609. Scottsburg Chronicle, Issue for June 8, 1893.
610. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 32.
611. Scottsburg Chronicle, Issue for June 8, 1893.
612. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1040.
613. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
614. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1040.
615. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
616. Hartford District Probate Court, n.dDate listed in his Probate records.
617. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

No place listed.
618. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1040.
619. 1810 United States Federal Censusunknown detail.
620. Village of Royalton, Land Records (Royalton Town Clerk's Office)page 129, dated 22 Jan 1835.
621. 1810 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
622. 1830 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
623. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 864.
624. Biographical Review... The Leading Citizens Of Franklin County, Massachusetts (Boston, MA: Biographical Review Publishing Company, 1895)page 445.
625. Village of Royalton, VtBook IX, page 30.
626. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
627. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 864.
628. Biographical Review... Franklin Co., MApage 445. List date as 9 Jan 1844.
629. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
630. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

Bible says death was 7 Jan 1866.
631. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
632. Records of Tunbridge, VTunknown detail.
633. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
634. Village of Royalton, Vtbook XXV, page 9.
635. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
636. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark Davis, 1990.
637. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
638. Records of Tunbridge, VTunknown detail.
639. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
640. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1040-1041.
641. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

date only.
642. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
643. Daniel C. Jones, administator.
644. Randolph District Probate Court, n.destate of John H. Woodward.
645. 1830 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
646. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
647. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
648. Certificate in the Spaulding Bible reads: This certifies that the rite of Holy Matrimony was celebrated between John Spaudling of Marlow, N.H. and Eunice Woodward of Royalton, VT on May 7th 1833 at Royalton, VT by Rev. Josiah Knight of Stowe, VT.
649. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
650. Ibid.
651. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
652. Jacksonville Area Genealogical and Historical Society, n.dBio of the Woodward Cemetery , March 25, 1975.
653. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
654. married by her brother-in-law, Rev. John Spaulding.
655. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
656. Microfilm of the early vital records of the State of Vermont, n.dMarriage records of Shrewsbury, VT.
657. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
658. Death Register says: #45, date: Oct 5, 1891: Annis W. Woodard Russell age 82 years, 5 months, female widow, died of Pnumonia at Northfield. Place of birth Royalton, VT. Names of Parents: Dan'l & Polly (Hibbard).
659. _________, Town Clerk of Northfield, VT. in no series (26 S Main St; Northfield, VT 05663: Deborah F. O'Grady, Assistant Town Clerk, n.d.), Death Register, Book 3 page 19.
660. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
661. Head stone reading doneby Mark Davis.
662. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
663. Morgan Co., IL Clerk's OfficeBook B, page 47.
664. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
665. Morgan Co., IL Clerk's OfficeBook B, page 148. Copy in Woodward File.
666. Records of Gus Gustafson, n.d., Letter dated Oct. 22, 1993.
667. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

No place listed.
668. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1041.
669. Stone and possibly body moved to Concord Cemetery when Woodward Cemetery was abandon.
670. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis.
671. 1850 US Federal CensusFilm T-6 Roll 122, page 249.
672. Ibid.
673. 1870 US Federal CensusM593-263.
674. Hope Nash, Royalton Vermont (Royalton, VT: South Royalton Woman's Club, 1975)page 29.
675. To Nathaniel Kingsbury: "Tunbridge Proprietors Book", page 121, copy owned by Mark Davis. 2nd. Source: Daniel Woodward Estate, Late of Royalton, VT.; as it appears in the Estate Books of the Probate Court, District of Hartford, Woodstock, VT. 05091; Vol. 12, page 140; 28 April 1838; "On application of Polly Kingsbury widow of Daniel Woodward late of Royalton..." copy owned by Mark Davis.
676. Royalton Town Records Book II, page 108, copy owned by M.Davis.
677. Village of Royalton, VtBook __, page ___.
678. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
679. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1040.
680. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
681. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1040.
682. Eunice Spaulding Family Bible

unknown detail.
683. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
684. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 840.
685. Ibid.
686. from England to Mass when he was forty.
687. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 840.
688. he moved from Bethel, VT to Royalton. A check of the general index to land records and of vital records does not show any Kenworthy's in Bethel.
689. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 840.
690. Village of Royalton, Land Recordsbook D, page 11.
691. 1820 United States Federal Censuspage 181.
692. 1840 US Federal Censuspage 347.
693. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 840.
694. Ibid.
695. Ibid., page 941.
696. Ibid.
697. Ibid., page 840.
698. Ibid.
699. Ibid.
700. Ibid.
701. Ibid.
702. Ibid.
703. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
704. died in Western NY.
705. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 840.
706. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 183.
707. Ibid.
708. Ibid.
709. Ibid.
710. Ibid.
711. Ibid., page 184.
712. Ibid.
713. Unmarried.
714. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 184.
715. Ibid.
716. Village of Sharon, VT. Records of Birth, Marriages, and Deaths, n.dunknown detail.
717. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 183.
718. 1855 census says MA.
719. 1860 US CensusSteuben Co, NY. Waylan page 506.
720. Karlyn C. Russon, 552 W 3100 S, Bountiful, UT 84010. LDS Ancestral File Submission, n.d..
721. there is an Elisha Ingraham in Stu. Co. page 57 census of 1810

there is an Alfred Ingram in Cayuga Co. page 46 in 1820

also a David pf 46

Jonathan pg 39

Dwight pg 46

Curtis pg 47.
722. lists 1 boy under 5, 1 boy 5-10; 1 boy 10-15; 1 man 30-40; 1 girl under 5; 2 girls 5-10; 1 girl 10-15; 1 woman 30-40.
723. 1830 US Federal Censuspage 432 Cohocton Twp.
724. 1 boy under 5; 1 boy 10-15; 1 boy 15-20; 1 man 40-50;2 girls 5-10; 1 girl 10-15; 2 girls 15-20; 1 woman 40-50.
725. 1840 US Federal Censuspage 209 Cohocton Twp.
726. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 163.
727. #163 Dwelling 184, wood contruction valued at $600.

Alfred Ingraham aged 62 married. Born Mass. married once, came to this town 35 (?25) years ago. Farmer.

Lucy, aged 53, wife, born in Cortland Co. NY, married once, came to this town ??.

Mary, age 23, child, born Stueben Co., NY, years in Wayland - 23.

Manerva, age 21, child, born Stueben Co., NY, years in Wayland - 21

Byron, age 16, child, born Stueben Co., NY, years in Wayland - 16.
728. The 1855 New York State Census, page 23.
729. 1860 US CensusSteuben Co, NY. Waylan page 506.
730. Karlyn C. Russon

552 W 3100 So

Bountiful, UT 84010

Submission to LDS (family group sheet), n.d..
731. 1870 US Federal CensusItaly Twp. & Town of, Yates Co.
732. Yates County, NY Historian, n.d..
733. Karlyn C. Russon

552 W.
734. Ibid.
735. 1855 New York State, page 23.
736. Ibid.
737. Dweling 166 (Wood Construction - $200. value) Family 190: Alfred I (could be L or F) Ingraham aged 31, married, born Orleans Co. NY, married once, resident in Wayland for 24 years, occupation of Sawyer?.

Elizabeth, age 29, wife, born Onieda Co., NY married once, resident 21 years.

Family 191 (same house)

William Bond, 24, Onterio Co, married 1, resident for 3 years, no occ.

Mariah, 30, wife, Onterio Co., married 1, resident for 3 years.

Eldrige, 12, child, Oneterio Co.
738. 1855 New York State, page 23.
739. Karlyn C. Russon

552 W.
740. 1860 US CensusSteuben Co, NY. Waylan page 506.
741. 1855 New York State, page 23.
742. Ibid.
743. Dwelling 162, family 183

George Ingraham, 26 b. Livingston Co., NY married once, resident 24 years.

Annamulia, 23, wife, Stueben Co., NY married once, 1 year.

Mary, 9/12, child, Stueben Co., NY.
744. 1855 New York State, page 23.
745. 1860 US CensusSteuben Co, NY. Waylan page 506.
746. 1855 New York State, page 23.
747. Scott Co., IL Clerk, Deed Book C page 319.
748. 1860 US Censusdwelling 553/566.
749. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 15, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
750. Ibid.
751. Ibid.
752. Ibid., house 3, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
753. Ibid.
754. 1880 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
755. Scott Co., IL Clerk, Deed Book index.
756. 1900 US Federal Censushouse 3, Bluffs, Scott Co., IL.
757. Dixon Telegraph, Oct 8, 1896, page 1, col. 1.
758. Ibid., Mar 17, 1886, page 1, col. 1.
759. Ibid., Oct 8, 1896, page 1, col. 1.
760. In the death of Nicholas Davis of Highland Avenue at 9:00 a.m. today Dixon loses its oldest citizen, we think. He has lived in Dixon many years but has no relatives here. He died of heart disease after an illness of only two days, though yesterday he walked in the yard. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon and Rev. O.H. Cessna of the Methodist church to which he belonged will officiate. He was ninety-two years of age.
761. Dixon Telegraph, Oct 8, 1896, page 1, col. 1.
762. census reads: Nicholas Davis, aged 54 carpenter estate $600/200,b. ??; Mary aged 45 b. NY; John Weller aged 55 estate $2000/4000. b. Germany.
763. 1860 US Censusunknown detail.
764. _________, History of Lee County, page 177.
765. 1865 Illinois State Census, Lee County, City of Dixon.
766. Census record reads: Nicholas S. Davis, aged 74 b. NY Father NY, Mother NY; Mary, aged 68 wife b. NY, father NY, mother NY; William aged 80, brother, b. NY, father NY, mother NY.
767. 1880 US Federal Censuspage 9, Ed 114, Line 10, dwelling 81/86.
768. 1850 US Federal Census86/05.
769. Ibid.
770. Ibid.
771. Skarp, Peter, n.d..
772. Ibid.
773. Ibid.
774. Ibid.
775. Ibid.
776. According to the ships log: " Henry Dismore of London, farmer, aged 21". This would give him an approximate birth date of 1754.
777. Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants 1751 - 1776 in no series (n.p.: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., n.d.), page 250.
778. Leslie Calvert.
779. Ibid., info given to Leslie by Esther Jeffries.
780. Marriage bond was issued to Henry Dismore and Mrs. Susan Brown, widow of Robert Brown. Signed by John Dismore. No record of return.
781. Automated Archives.
782. Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages, vol. 1801-1816, page 43.
783. Herny Dismore Sr. does not appear in the tax records of Nelson Co., KY after 1815 and son John appears to have his land in 1817.
784. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KY1814-1818.
785. Leslie Calvert.
786. _________, "Emigrants from England 1773-1776 ," no series, 65, page 22-24.
787. formally called Bainstown.
788. Leslie Calvert.
789. Nelson County Historical Society, Abstract of Deeds 1785-1808 - Nelson County, Kentucky in no series (Bardstown, KY: Nelson County Genealogical Society, n.d.), page 217.
790. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYunknown detail.
791. Ibid., page 6.
792. Ibid.
793. Ibid., page 9.
794. Ibid., page 8.
795. Ibid.
796. Ibid., page 6.
797. Ibid., page 7.
798. Nelson County Historical Society, Abstract of Deeds 1785-1808.
799. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 7.
800. Ibid.
801. 2 boys <10, 1 boy 10-15, 2 men 16-25, 1 man 45+; 1 girl <10, 1 girl 10-15, 1 girl 16-25, 1 woman 26-45.
802. 1810 US Federal Censuspage 337.
803. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 17.
804. Ibid., page 19.
805. Ibid., page 16.
806. Ibid., page 14.
807. Ibid., page 18.
808. Ibid., page 51.
809. This date is probably close, as he is 21 in 1806 tax list.
810. The Courthouse Records of Nelson County, KY, n.d., Birth Records Book C, page 456.
811. Bond was issued 20 Oct 1804 to John Donohew, father of Nancy. Concent signed by Henry Dismore Sr. father of Henry and John Donohew. William Taylor, Minister.
812. Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages, vol. 1801-1816.
813. Leslie Calvert.
814. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KY1800-1818.
815. Ibid., page 6.
816. Ibid., page 7.
817. Ibid.
818. Ibid.
819. 1810 US Federal Censuspage 337.
820. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 17.
821. Ibid., page 19.
822. Ibid., page 16.
823. Ibid., page 14.
824. Ibid., page 18.
825. Ibid., page 51.
826. Ibid., page 12.
827. 2 boys <10, 1 boy 10-15, 1 21-26, 1 over 45, 1 girl <10, 2 10-15, 1 21-25 (next colume not visable) 2 are farmers.
828. 1820 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
829. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 19.
830. Ibid., page 20.
831. John appears to have reached the age of 21 on the 1812 tax list, making him born about 1791. And, a son turns 16 on Henry Dismore's tax list in 1807.
832. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 16.
833. Elizabeth is the daughter of Elizabeth Brown, widow.
834. Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages, 1801-1816 page 43.
835. marriage bond issued 25 May 1822 to John Deel, father of Susannah. Married by Joshua Morris, Minister.
836. Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages, vol. 1817-1832.
837. "Inventory and appraisal of the personal property of John Dismore, dec'd, December 6, 1822, total of $307.50, by Philip C. Slaughter, James Slaughter and Joshua Morris. Signed also by Susanna Dismore, Administratrix. Recorded October 20, 1823. List of property of the decedent sold at public sale, total of $198.51, signed by Administratrix and also recorded October 20, 1823."
838. Nelson County Probate Books, n.d., Will Book E, page 34-35.
839. Tax Records of Nelson Co., KYpage 19.
840. Ibid., page 16.
841. Ibid., page 14.
842. Ibid., page 18.
843. Ibid., page 51.
844. Ibid., page 20.
845. 4 boys <10, 1 10-15, 2 men 26-45, 1 girl <10, 2 women 26-45, 1 person is engaged in agriculture.
846. 1820 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
847. Courthouse Records of Nelson, Book 4 of Executors, Administrators & Guardians Bond, page 36.
848. Nelson County Probate Books, Will Book E page 295.
849. Automated Archives.
850. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 40.
851. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 161 Vienna Twp.
852. Bond was issued 16 June 1813 and was signed by Henry Dismore. Consent in person: Henry Dismore, father of Eleanor. Married by Joshua Morris, Minister.
853. Automated Archives.
854. Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages, vol. 1801-1816.
855. Sebastian, Vienna Township Cemetery Records, page 40.
856. Ibid.
857. Ibid.
858. Harold Cains says she was born Berkeley Co., WV, however Henry Dismore was in Nelson Co. KY by the time she was born and all census records list her place of birth as KY.
859. Records of Harold H. Cain, n.d., submitted to LDS.
860. Perrin, History of Meade Co., KY in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), Birthdate Record from Stith Bible Record.
861. marriage bond issued 13 Nov. 1820 and signed by John Dismore. Consent filed by John and Henry Dismore, brothers of Ollive and next of kin. Married by Joshua Morris, Minister.
862. Ockerman, Nelson County Kentucky Marriages, vol. 1817-1832.
863. Records of Harold H, submitted to LDS.
864. Coleman, Brian Records Of, 9 Aug 1997.
865. Olive is head of household; 9 others are enumerated, but no obvious relationship was noted.
866. 1870 US Federal Censuspage 295.
867. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 186.
868. bond was issued on 30 Aug 1822 to John Johnson and Daniel Briant. Concent was given by William White, Miss Dismore's guardian.
869. Hardin County, Kentucky Civil Records, n.d., marriage bonds and returns.
870. Ibid.
871. The records of Evelyn Pfingston Dismore, n.d..
872. Bondsman was John Fidler.
873. Franklin County Kentucky Civil Records, n.d., marriage records.
874. bond issued 14 Jun 1836 to James Dismore and Jesse Driskill. They were married by Jordan Walker, Minister.
875. Anderson County Kentucky Civil Records, n.d., marriage book A, page 96.
876. Leslie Calvert.
877. Automated Archives.
878. Anderson County Kentucky Civil, tax list page 6.
879. Ibid.
880. no land, 1 male over 21, 1 horse.
881. Anderson County Kentucky Civil, tax list page 7.
882. 1 male <5, 1 male 20-29.
883. 1830 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
884. Anderson County Kentucky Civil, tax list page 7.
885. Ibid.
886. Ibid.
887. 1 male 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 male 30-39, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 20-29.
888. 1840 US Federal Censuspage 88.
889. 1850 US Federal CensusAndseron Co, KY page 240.
890. 1860 US CensusKY, Hancock Co., page 1010, Hawesville.
891. Leslie Calvert.
892. a age 15, spinster from Southwark, to Maryland by the ship Diana; an indentured servant.
893. _________, "Emigrants from England 1773-1776", page 22-24.
894. In her application for a Widow's Pension, Elizabeth says her marriage took place in Leatherford County, Carolinas. However, I find no evidence for a county of this name.
895. National ArchivesRevolutionary War Pension Records.
896. Bogardus, Probate Court Records Scott, page 37.
897. Ibid.
898. during the Revolution in the North Carolina Line under Col. Polk. He fought in the battles of Brandywine and Germantown. He was discharged in New Jersey.
899. National ArchivesRevolutionary War Pension Records of Hugh Parks Sr.
900. Ibid.
901. Ibid., Revolutionary War Pension Records of Hugh Parks Sr. (page from family bible).
902. Colleen Ridlen, Scott County Indiana Marriages 1820-1845 in no series (Beech Grove, IN: Ridlen, Colleen, n.d.), page 28.
903. Ibid.
904. Bogardus, Probate Court Records Scott, page 37.
905. National ArchivesRevolutionary War Pension Records of Hugh Parks Sr. (page from family bible).
906. Ibid.
907. Ibid.
908. Ibid.
909. Ibid., Revolutionary War Pension Records of Hugh Parks Sr.
910. Ibid., Revolutionary War Pension Records of Hugh Parks Sr. (page from family bible).
911. Ibid.
912. In her application for a Widow's Pension, Elizabeth says her marriage took place in Leatherford County, Carolinas. However, I find no evidence for a county of this name.
913. National ArchivesRevolutionary War Pension Records.
914. Parks, Elizabeth, dec'd. On 5-13-1844, PBB 248, Robert Parks granted admin. Security: Hugh Baker.
915. Bogardus, Probate Court Records Scott, page 37.
916. 1860 US Censusunknown detail.
917. Bullitt Co. KY Courthouse Records, n.d., early marriages.
918. 1860 US Censusunknown detail.
919. Bullitt Co. KY Courthouse, Order Book D.
920. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 159.
921. Ibid., page 160.
922. Ibid.
923. 1850 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
924. 1860 US Censusunknown detail.
925. Bullitt Co. KY Courthouse, early marriages.
926. 1860 US Censusunknown detail.
927. page 136; John Deputy 1 male 30-39, 1 male 5-9, 3 males under 5; 1 female 30-39, 1 female 10-14.
928. page 191. 1 male under 5, 3 males 10-15, 1 male 15-19, 1 male 40-50; 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 15-19, 1 female 40-49.
929. 1840 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
930. 1850 US Federal Censuspage 117, District 2.
931. dwelling 1465/1465.
932. 1860 US Censuspage 382.
933. 1850 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
934. Ibid.
935. Ind. State Board HealthCertificate of Death, Clark Co. #783.
936. his 2nd marriage.
937. Spencer County Court Records, Marriage records.
938. Richard Clark of Indiana, a farmer, 61 year old white male, father's name: Ben Clark, mother's Rose Pratt; married Ella E. Bennett, maiden name Deputy, 63 year old white female born in Kent.; father's name J. Deputy, mother's name Nancy Sorneran (Sornesan?). married in Scott County Aug. 12, 1894 by W.H. Richey, witnessed by William Jones.
939. 1900 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
940. IN, Scott Co. Clerk's Officemarriage returns for the quarter ending March 31, 1887.
941. Scottsburg Cemetery book says Clark, Susan E. (Deputy). No death certificate on file in Scott Co. Clerk's Office.
942. Ind. State Board HealthCertificate of Death, Clark Co. #783.
943. Ibid.
944. 1850 US Federal Censusunknown detail.
945. Ibid.
946. Ibid.
947. Posey, Laurel L. family group sheets, n.d., FGS from Mrs. Byron Hittle, Indianapolis, IN.
948. The village records of Windham, CT, n.dpage 248.
949. Ibid., page 169.
950. Sharon, VT Village Clerk's Recordsmarriage book.
951. Hartford District Probate CourtProbate records of Ebenezer Woodward, copy on file.
952. Hartford District Probate Courtunknown detail.
953. No headstone in North Royalton Cemetery. Reference comes from Araunah Woodward in conversation with Evelyn Lovejoy.
954. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
955. Windham, CT vital recordsProbate Records.
956. Shortly after the birth of their second child, Ebenezer volunteered for service in the Continental Army in the War of Independence under the command of Captain Culter's Company in col. Ward's Regimental Brigade. Very little information was recorded about Col. Ward's Regiment. "History of Comm. Military" says "This regiment was raised in Connecticut on requisition of the Continental Congress, to serve for one year from May 14, 1776, and stood on the same footing as the other Continental regiments of 1776. It joined Washington's ary at New York in August, and was stationed at first near Ft. Lee. Marching with the troops to White Plains, and subsequently into New Jersey, it took part in the Battles of Trenton, Dec. 25, 1776 and Princeton, Jan. 3, 1777, and encamped with Washington at Morristown, NJ until expiration of term, May, 1777.
957. National ArchivesPension Records.
958. National Archivesunknown detail.
959. Windham, CT vital recordsland records page 436.
960. Purchased Property.
961. Village of Royalton, Land RecordsBook A, page 281-283.
962. Males:

1 over 16

1 under 16

Females:

4.
963. 1790 United States Federal CensusRoyalton, page 63.
964. Evelyn Lovejoy, Records of the Baptist Church of Royalton, VT (n.p.: n. pub., circa 1910)unknown detail.
965. Males:

1 10-15

1 16-25

1 45 +

Females:

1 10-15

1 16-25

1 45 +.
966. 1800 United States Federal Censuspage 173.
967. Village of Royalton, Land Recordspage 129, dated 22 Jan 1835.
968. National Archivespension application of Ebenezer Woodward.
969. Village of Royalton, Land Recordspage 129, dated 22 Jan 1835.
970. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1039.
971. Windham, CT vital recordsBirth recorded in the vital records of Windham, CT. Copy on file.
972. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1039.
973. broke his leg while hauling logs, and was past help when his wife succeeded in getting a doctor from Lebanon, NH.
974. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1039.
975. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
976. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTpage 1039, 1040.
977. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
978. Ibid.
979. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
980. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
981. Ibid., page 882.
982. Early vital records of VermontSouth Royalton Cemetery Association Records as recorded by the State of Vermont.
983. Lovejoy, History of Royalton, VTunknown detail.
984. Ibid.
985. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
986. based roughly on various census dates.
987. 1850 US Federal CensusAlso, 1860 & 1870 census.
988. Hartford District Probate CourtProbate packette.
989. No Stone or Obituary found.
990. Lists age as 65, place of birth VT

Enumerated with: Joseph Meaxley 63

Sophia " 52

Caroline " 12

Martha " 10

Eunice " 8.
991. 1850 US Federal CensusVT, Windsor Co, Bethel.
992. lists age as 75, place of birth as VT.
993. 1860 US CensusVt, Windsor Co, Bethel.
994. lists age as 80, place of birth VT.
995. 1870 US Federal CensusVT, Windsor Co, Bethel.
996. Windham, CT vital recordspage 169.
997. Head stone reading donePhotographed and read by Mark A. Davis, 1992.
998. Ibid.
999. Augustine George Hibbard, Genealogy of the Hibbard Family Who Are Descendants of Robert Hibbard of Salem, Mass. in no series (Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1901), page 89.
1000. Ibid.
1001. "Weaver says, 1807."
1002. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 89, re: to William L. Weaver, Windham genealogies.
1003. Ibid., page 89.
1004. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 132.
1005. Ibid., page 94.
1006. Ibid., page 132.
1007. Ibid.
1008. Lived with Uncle & Aunt for 10 years.
1009. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 133.
1010. Ibid.
1011. Ibid.
1012. Ibid.
1013. Ibid.
1014. Ibid., page 132.
1015. Ibid.
1016. Ibid.
1017. Ibid., page 133.
1018. Ibid.
1019. Ibid.
1020. Ibid.
1021. Ibid.
1022. Ibid.
1023. Ibid.
1024. Ibid.
1025. Ibid.
1026. Ibid.
1027. Ibid.
1028. Ibid., page 132.
1029. Ibid.
1030. Ibid.
1031. Ibid., page 133.
1032. Karlyn C. Russon, 552.
1033. Ibid.
1034. Ibid.
1035. Ibid.
1036. Ibid.
1037. Ibid.
1038. Ibid.
1039. Ibid.
1040. Ibid.
1041. Ibid.
1042. Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints - Family History Center, n.d., IGI, batch 7635721 sheet 22 "Father Robert Dismore, mother Olive".
1043. Dismore Family, page 1.
1044. Ibid., page 1, 2.
1045. Ibid., page 2.
1046. Batch C006303 "Father Robt. DESMORE, mother Olive."
1047. Church of Jesus Christ.
1048. Posey, Laurel L. family, FGS from Mrs. Byron Hittle, Indianapolis, IN.
1049. Ibid.
1050. Ibid.
1051. Ibid.
1052. Ibid.
1053. Ibid.
1054. Ibid.
1055. Ibid.
1056. Ibid.
1057. Windham, CT vital recordsunknown detail.
1058. Ibid.
1059. Ibid., page 70.
1060. Ibid., page 242.
1061. Ibid.
1062. Probate Records of his father, Eb. Woodward says "Then received of Joseph Meacham late guardian to Amos Woodward the sum of 3.5.4 lawful money in moveable Estate in full of the Estate that fell to said Amos from his Brother Elijah Woodward deseased, rec. Daniel Meacham, Guardian".
1063. Windham, CT vital recordsProbate book folio 404.
1064. Windham, CT vital recordsunknown detail.
1065. Ibid.
1066. Folio 381; Inventory of the estate of Jemima Woodward, late of Windham deseased..."
1067. Windham, CT vital recordsProbate Records.
1068. Windham, CT vital recordsunknown detail.
1069. Ibid., Vol. 1, page 49.
1070. Francis A. McCrackin, The Woodward-Woodard Family / Richard Woodward 1590 (747 W. 27th St.; San Bernardino, CA 92405: Private, Revised 1977)page 4.
1071. Windham, CT vital recordspage 70.
1072. Ibid., Probate records of Rachel Woodward.
1073. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 47.
1074. Ibid., page 46.
1075. Ibid.
1076. Ibid.
1077. Ibid.
1078. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 94.
1079. Ibid.
1080. Ibid.
1081. Ibid.
1082. Ibid.
1083. Ibid., page 95.
1084. Ibid.
1085. Ibid.
1086. Ibid., page 95; note says reference to birth date is O.S.
1087. Ibid., page 95; note says reference to birth date is N.S.
1088. Ibid., page 95.
1089. Ibid.
1090. not named in her father's will dated 1776.
1091. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 95.
1092. Ibid.
1093. Ibid.
1094. Ibid.
1095. Ibid.
1096. Ibid.
1097. Ibid.
1098. Ibid.
1099. not named in his father's will dated 1776.
1100. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 95.
1101. Ibid., page 94.
1102. Systematic History Fund, Vital Records of Marlborough, Massachusetts in no series (Worcester, MA: Franklin P. Rice, 1908), page 109.
1103. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 94.
1104. Ibid.
1105. Karlyn C. Russon, 552.
1106. Ibid.
1107. Ibid.
1108. Ibid.
1109. _________, Biographical and Genealogical History of the State of Delaware in no series, II (Chambersburg, PA: J. M. Runk & Co., 1899), page 933.
1110. Ibid.
1111. Posey, Laurel L. family, FGS.
1112. 1820 US Federal CensusSussex Co., DE.
1113. Ibid.
1114. Posey, Laurel L. family.
1115. _________, Biographical and Genealogical History, page 933.
1116. Ibid.
1117. Posey, Laurel L. family, FGS.
1118. _________, Richard Woodward Book in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).
1119. The records of the village of Cambridge, CT, n.dunknown detail.
1120. City Clerk's Office of Windham, CT, n.d..
1121. Windham, CT vital recordsunknown detail.
1122. Ibid.
1123. Ibid.
1124. Ibid.
1125. Ibid.
1126. Ibid.
1127. Ibid.
1128. Ibid.
1129. Frank Sylvester Parks, Genealogy of the Parke Families of Connecticut (Washington DC: Columbia Polytechnic Institute Printing Office, 1906)page 35.
1130. Windham, CT vital recordsunknown detail.
1131. McCrackin, Woodward-Woodard Familypage 4.
1132. Ibid.
1133. Ibid.
1134. Ibid.
1135. Ibid.
1136. Ibid.
1137. Ibid.
1138. Ibid.
1139. Ibid.
1140. Ibid.
1141. Ibid.
1142. Ibid.
1143. Ibid.
1144. Ibid.
1145. Ibid.
1146. Ibid.
1147. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 31.
1148. Ibid.
1149. Ibid.
1150. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 78.
1151. Ibid.
1152. Ibid.
1153. Ibid.
1154. trained under Capt. Samuel Brown.
1155. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 78.
1156. Ibid.
1157. Ibid., page 79.
1158. Ibid.
1159. Ibid.
1160. Ibid.
1161. Ibid.
1162. Ibid.
1163. Ibid.
1164. Ibid.
1165. Ibid.
1166. Ibid.
1167. Ibid.
1168. Ibid., page 78.
1169. Ibid.
1170. was listed in husbands will of 1772.
1171. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 78.
1172. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies in no series (n.p.: n.pub., 1929).
1173. Ibid.
1174. Ibid.
1175. Ibid.
1176. Ibid.
1177. Ibid.
1178. Ibid.
1179. Ibid.
1180. Ibid.
1181. Ibid.
1182. Ibid.
1183. Ibid.
1184. Ibid.
1185. Ibid.
1186. Ibid.
1187. Ibid.
1188. Ibid.
1189. Ibid.
1190. Ibid.
1191. Ibid.
1192. Ibid.
1193. Parish register contains the following: Nicholas Money, born June 14, 1727, son of Rob't & Margaret.
1194. Orra Eugene Monnette, Monnet Family Genealogy in no series (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.), page 394.
1195. Posey, Laurel L. family.
1196. will proved 1761, his wife, Elizabeth, executrix.
1197. Posey, Laurel L. family.
1198. Ibid.
1199. Ibid.
1200. _________, Richard Woodward Book.
1201. Vital records for the village of Medford, MA, n.dunknown detail.
1202. _________, Richard Woodward Book.
1203. Ibid.
1204. Village of Medford, MAunknown detail.
1205. Ibid.
1206. Ibid.
1207. _________, Richard Woodward Book.
1208. Ibid.
1209. Ibid.
1210. Elizabeth Ellery Dana, The Dana Family in America (Cambridge, MA: n. pub., 1956)unknown detail.
1211. Village of Medford, MAunknown detail.
1212. Parks, Genealogy of Parke Familiespage 35.
1213. Ibid., page 34.
1214. Ibid., page 35.
1215. Ibid.
1216. Ibid., page 34.
1217. McCrackin, Woodward-Woodard Familypage 4.
1218. Ibid.
1219. Ibid.
1220. Ibid.
1221. Ibid.
1222. Ibid.
1223. Ibid.
1224. Ibid.
1225. Ibid.
1226. Ibid.
1227. Ibid.
1228. Ibid.
1229. Ibid.
1230. Ibid.
1231. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 24.
1232. Ibid.
1233. "Hibbard Family" by Augustine G. Hibbard, 1901 Woodstock, CT; page 24. copy owned by Mark Davis.
1234. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 24.
1235. Ibid.
1236. 'Genealogy of the Durkee Family' by William Kinney, page 31.
1237. 'Genealogy of the Durkee Family' by William Kinney, page 31. COF.
1238. 'Genealogy of the Durkee Family' by William Kinney, page 31. COF.
1239. 'Genealogy of the Durkee Family' by William Kinney, page 31.
1240. Rowley Vital Records Book page 99.
1241. 'History of Woburn' 1868 Samuel Sewall page 599.
1242. Chelmsford Vital Records Book page 207.
1243. 'History of WOBURN' 1868 Samuel Sewall page 601.
1244. Chelmsford Vital Records Book page 80. COF.
1245. Chelmsford Vital Records Book page 207.
1246. His will was dated January 14, 1726. On November 14, 1727 letters of Administration were issued to his son, Thomas Ensworth and his son-in-law, Joseph Cleveland.
1247. Probate records of Windham, CT; book 1, page 153; will of Tixwell Ensworth.
1248. Probate records of Windham, CT; book 1, page 153; will of Tixwell Ensworth.
1249. Probate records of Windham, CT; book 1, page 153; will of Tixwell Ensworth.
1250. Probate records of Windham, CT; book 1, page 153; will of Tixwell Ensworth.
1251. Probate records of Windham, CT; book 1, page 153; will of Tixwell Ensworth.
1252. Probate records of Windham, CT; book 1, page 153; will of Tixwell Ensworth.
1253. Probate records of Windham, CT; Vol. 2, pages 232-234, 250-251.
1254. Edward was a fairly wealthy farmer. His will, dated November 22, 1738 in Canterbury. Among his bequests was: "(To) Mary, beloved wife, my negro wench named Jinny (and) one third part of my moveable estate" His other children received money and/or land. His son, Ezekah, also received his "Negro named Paris".
1255. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 74.
1256. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins - Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 in no series (Boston, MA: New England Historical Genealogical Society, 1995), Vol. III P-W, page 1686.
1257. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 74.
1258. Ibid.
1259. Ibid.
1260. will was proved, son John was executor.
1261. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 74.
1262. Ibid.
1263. Ibid.
1264. Ibid.
1265. Ibid.
1266. Ibid.
1267. Ibid.
1268. Ibid.
1269. Ibid.
1270. Ibid.
1271. Ibid.
1272. Ibid.
1273. Ibid.
1274. Ibid.
1275. Ibid.
1276. Ibid.
1277. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies, page 31.
1278. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1279. Ibid.
1280. Ibid.
1281. Ibid., page 13.
1282. Ibid.
1283. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1284. Ibid.
1285. Ibid.
1286. Ibid., page 13.
1287. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1288. Ibid., page 13.
1289. Ibid.
1290. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1291. Ibid.
1292. Ibid.
1293. Ibid.
1294. Ibid.
1295. Ibid.
1296. Ibid.
1297. Ibid.
1298. Ibid.
1299. Ibid.
1300. Ibid.
1301. Ibid.
1302. Ibid.
1303. Ibid.
1304. Ibid.
1305. Ibid.
1306. Monnette, Monnet Family Genealogy, page 395.
1307. Parish register: Robert Money & Margaret Darrell SpinSter were maryed by Manns the fourth day of October Ad, Dom. M.D.C.C.VI.
1308. Monnette, Monnet Family Genealogy, page 395.
1309. In the name of God amen, I Robert Money of Cecil County being sick and weak of body, but of sound and disposing mind and memory. Thanks be to God and knowing the uncertainty of Life to make this my Last Will and Testament in ____ following:

First and principally I recomment my Soul to Almighty God who ___ it __ of a joyfull resurrection in my body to be buried in a decent manner by my Executrix hereinafter mentioned.

I give and bequeath unto my loving son Robert Money, his heirs and assigns fifty acres of land part of three hundred acres _____. In larged to be ___ out on a square or parralell lines so as to contain fifty acres of land. Begining for the same at the Northern most corner of the aforesaid three hundred acres of land for the ___ fifty acres of land hereby intended to be given.

I give and gequeath unto my lvoing son John Money, his heirs and assifng Thirty Acres of land of the aforesaid tract and adjoining his ___ convonient, which quantity of land is given and intended to be given in security of my son Johns bearring my Estate harm ___ from any ___ that the heirs of William McDowell may have or claim against ____ and me a secutirys for said McDowell Estate, but if in ase my son Robert shall pay and discharge as they arise one, all the ___ that the heirs of said McDowell shall have against him or either us as also any sum or sums of money advanced and paid byy son John on account of William McDowell heirs, which said sum or sums of money if any advanced or paid by the said John Money to be repayed by the aforesaid Robert Money within the space and term of six months after the youngest child of said McDowell is of age and then the ___ thirty acres of land to become the right and perperty of my son Robert his heirs and asighs and ___ otherwise.

I give and bequeath unto my loving son Thomas Money his heirs and assigns forty acres of the aforesaid three hundred acres of land. Be giving for the ___ at bounded Red Oak tree of Robert Walmfloy??? Sand which I agree be shall come to and was convey'd out of the three hundred acres and running from hence South East Seventy Two to the of three hundred acres of land then Northeast and by ninth eighty nine perches then northwest seventy two perches, then with a straight line to the first bounded Red Oak containing about forty acres.

I give and bequeath unto my loving sons Nicholas Money and Benjamin Money their heirs and assigns all of the remainder of the aforesaid three hundred acres of land to be equally divided between them and that my son Benjamin be under the care and guardianship of my sons John Money and Robert Welmsby and that they ___ him to some good ___.

I give and bequesath unto my loving wife Margaret Money all my personal estate to be disposed of as she shall think proper among my ___ or otherwise.

And ______ And appoint my loving wife Margaret to be my sole executrix of this my last will and testament. This 25th day of January One thousand seven hunred and forty eight nine... Cecil County Feb the 13th 174 8/9

Witnesses: Robert Walmsby, John Robertson, Thomas Worth(?).
1310. Cecil Co., MD Courthouse, n.d., will of Robert Money.
1311. Parish register: Robert Money & Margaret Darrell SpinSter were maryed by Manns the fourth day of October Ad, Dom. M.D.C.C.VI.
1312. Monnette, Monnet Family Genealogy, page 395.
1313. Posey, Laurel L. family, FGS.
1314. Ibid.
1315. Ibid.
1316. will proved.
1317. Posey, Laurel L. family, FGS.
1318. Ibid.
1319. Ibid.
1320. Ibid.
1321. Ibid.
1322. Ibid.
1323. Ibid.
1324. _________, Richard Woodward Book.
1325. Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Mass, vol.II (Boston, MA: New Endland Historic-Genealogical Society, 1860)page 657.
1326. _________, Richard Woodward Book.
1327. Bond, Genealogies of Watertown, MApage 657.
1328. EMMEGRATED: 'Abt 1640' page 35, 'Dana Genalogy' 1956 by E.Dana.
1329. Parks, Genealogy of Parke Familiespage 30, 31.
1330. Ibid.
1331. Ibid.
1332. Ibid.
1333. Ibid.
1334. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 19.
1335. Ibid.
1336. Ibid.
1337. After their marriage, Robert and Mary settled in her hometown of Wenham, Massachusetts. He was united with the church in Wenham in 1694.
1338. They moved their family to Windham, Conn. in 1700, bringing a letter of fellowship from the church at Wenham to the church in Windham.
1339. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1340. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1341. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1342. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1343. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1344. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1345. Probate records (will) Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 258.
1346. Ipswich Vital Records Book page 134.
1347. Probate records of Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 429.
1348. Probate Records of Windham, CT; Vol. 2, page 165; daughter of William Durkee, Sr.
1349. Probate records of Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 429, will of William Durkee Sr.
1350. Probate records of Windham, CT; Vol. 1, page 429, will of William Durkee Sr.
1351. Ipswich Vital Records Book page 105.
1352. Ipswich Vital Records Book page 134.
1353. Rowley Vital Records Book page 316.
1354. Rowley Vital Records Book page 316.
1355. Rowley Vital Records Book page 475.
1356. 'The History of Woburn' 1868 by Samuel Sewall page 599. says marriage took place on 26 SEP 1648.
1357. 'The History of Woburn' 1868 by Samuel Sewall page 600. COF.
1358. 'History of Woburn' 1868 by Samuel Sewall page 599 says; "He took up his permanent abode in Woburn, as appears in the Town Records, which, under date of 3 Feb. 1648-9, mention a committee appointed to lay out the portion of land which had been promised him."
1359. 'The History of Woburn' 1868 by Samuel Sewall page 599. says marriage took place on 26 SEP 1648.
1360. Chelmsford Vital Records Book page 403. Upon his death, Richard was buried in the ancient graveyard of Chelmsford.
1361. There is no record of the emigration of Richard and Elizabeth to New England, however family tradition hold they came in 1635 and settled in Cambridge. Richard was admitted as a freeman of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay in 1643. Sarah died the following year and 1645 Richard married his second wife, Elizabeth. The same year, his friend, Robert Proctor, married Richard's eldest daughter, Jane. This same year, Richard was chosen one of the five selectmen of Cambridge.
1362. Chelmsford Vital Records Book page 402. COF.
1363. Chelmsford Vital Records Book, page 319.
1364. Chelmsford Vital Records Book, page 319.
1365. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 73.
1366. Ibid.
1367. Ibid.
1368. came from England.
1369. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 73.
1370. Ibid.
1371. Ibid.
1372. Ibid.
1373. Ibid.
1374. Ibid.
1375. Ibid.
1376. Ibid.
1377. Ibid.
1378. Anderson, Great Migration Begins -, Vol. III P-W, page 1686.
1379. Felton, Genealogical History of Felton Familypage 73.
1380. Ibid.
1381. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1382. Ibid.
1383. Ibid.
1384. Ibid., page 6.
1385. Ibid.
1386. Ibid.
1387. Ibid.
1388. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1389. Ibid., page 6.
1390. Ibid.
1391. Ibid.
1392. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1393. Ibid.
1394. Ibid., page 6.
1395. Ibid.
1396. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1397. Ibid.
1398. Ibid.
1399. Ibid.
1400. Ibid.
1401. Ibid.
1402. Ibid.
1403. Ibid.
1404. Ibid.
1405. Ibid.
1406. Ibid.
1407. Ibid.
1408. Posey, Laurel L. family, FGS.
1409. Ibid.
1410. Ibid.
1411. Bond, Genealogies of Watertown, MApage 657.
1412. Ibid.
1413. Estate appraised by Nathaniel Treadway, William Bond, and Henry Spring, and was admin. by his sons George & John.
1414. Bond, Genealogies of Watertown, MApage 657.
1415. 'Embarked at Ipswich, Eng... (on the ship) Elizabeth, Wm. Andrews, master, Richard Woodward, aged 45, wife Rose, aged 50; son George, aged 13 years, and son John, aged 13 years.'
1416. Bond, Genealogies of Watertown, MApage 657.
1417. Ibid.
1418. Ibid.
1419. Ibid.
1420. Parks, Genealogy of Parke Familiespage 25-27.
1421. Ibid.
1422. Ibid.
1423. Ibid.
1424. Ibid.
1425. Hibbard, Genealogy of Hibbard Family, page 11.
1426. Ibid.
1427. Robert and Joanna Hibbard emigrated to Salem, Massachusetts from England btween 1635 and 1639. Some of his descendants stated that he came with Govermor Winthrop under the employ as a saltmaker. Another said he came under the direction and patronage of Governor Endicott. Niether of these statements can be supported. It is known that he was not only a saltmaker, but also a brickmaker. He was not a man of great wealth, but lived comfortably. An inventory of is estate made after his death listed 34 acres of land, home, barn, orchard, meadow, and salt marsh. Also, listed were livestock, tools, a cidar press, brass & puter candlesticks, a gun, a sword, books, a warming pan and other household items.
1428. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 43. COF.
1429. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 41. COF.
1430. 'Before 1636' page 41 of 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross.
1431. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 41. COF.
1432. 'Came to William & Mary in 1634' page 41 of 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross.
1433. 'Before 1636' page 41 of 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross.
1434. Ipswich Vital Records Book page 533.
1435. 'History of Worburn' 1868 by Samuel Sewall says; Edward Winn was of Worburn, 1641.
1436. arrived in Virginia Coloney with Sir. George Yeardley in April. 1619.
1437. Chelmsford Vital Records Book, Page 388.
1438. Chelmsford Vital Records Book, Page 388.
1439. Anderson, Great Migration Begins -, Vol. III P-W, page 1685.
1440. Ibid.
1441. recieved Matriculate.
1442. Anderson, Great Migration Begins -, Vol. III P-W, page 1684.
1443. requested Freeman admitance.
1444. Anderson, Great Migration Begins -, Vol. III P-W, page 1684.
1445. Admitted Freeman.
1446. Anderson, Great Migration Begins -, Vol. III P-W, page 1684.
1447. Ibid., Vol. III P-W, page 1686.
1448. Ibid.
1449. Ibid.
1450. Ibid.
1451. Ibid.
1452. Ibid., Vol. III P-W, page 1685.
1453. Upon the 18th day of March came one from Salem and told us that upon the 15th thereof there died Mrs. Skelton, the wife of the other ministr there, who, about 18 or 20 days before, handling cold things in a sharp morning, put herself into a most violent fit of the wind colic and vomiting, which continuing, she at length fell into a fever and so died as before. She was a godly and an helpful woman, and indeed the main pillar of her family, having left behind her an husband and four children, weak and helpless, who can scarce tell how to live without her. She lived desired and died lamented, and well deserves to be honorably remembered.
1454. Anderson, Great Migration Begins -, Vol. III P-W, page 1685.
1455. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1456. Ibid.
1457. Ibid.
1458. Ibid.
1459. Ibid.
1460. Ibid.
1461. Ibid.
1462. Ibid.
1463. Ibid.
1464. Ibid.
1465. Ibid.
1466. Ibid.
1467. Ibid.
1468. Ibid.
1469. Ibid.
1470. Ibid.
1471. Ibid.
1472. Ibid.
1473. Ibid.
1474. Ibid.
1475. Ibid.
1476. Ibid.
1477. Ibid.
1478. Parks, Genealogy of Parke Familiespage 25-27.
1479. Ibid.
1480. BIO:John was a immigrant on the good ship Mary and John to Boston in 1633.
1481. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 46.
1482. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 46.
1483. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 46.
1484. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 46.
1485. 'My Children's Ancestors' 1913 by Rev. R.T. Cross, page 46.
1486. Daniel Wait Howe, Howe Genealogies.
1487. Ibid.
1488. Ibid.
1489. Ibid.
1490. Ibid.
1491. Ibid.




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