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Transcription: Obituary for Harvey S. Jaques (1834 – 1912).

Transcription: Obituary for Harvey S. Jaques (1834 – 1912).

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The following is my transcription of the obituary for Harvey S. Jaques (1834 – 1912).

 

Harvey S. Jaques

 

Harvey S. Jaques.
Harvey S. Jaques.
Harvey S. Jaques obituary and photo of his home.
Harvey S. Jaques obituary and photo of his home. (Click on image for full size view.)

Harvey S. Jaques was born Sept. 5, 1834, near Millville, Butler County, Ohio, here he spent his early childhood. He was the oldest of 12 children of Richard and Mary Jaques. Four brothers, John Louis, Daniel, and James and one sister Mrs. Ella Long survive him. His ancestors came from New Jersey.

At the age of 13 his family settled near Sharptown, Franklin County. Here he grew to man- hood and became one of the sturdy citizens of his community. He had the pleasure of sitting at the feet of Prof. Chase at Mt. Carmel and Brookville College. The inspirations and ideals of this man became a part of his life. He learned to believe in the curse of ignorance, in the efficacy of schools in the joy of serving others, in the beauty in home, in daily life and out of doors, in laughter, in love in faith, in all ideals and distant hopes that lure us on; that every hour of every day he received a just reward for all he was and all he did, in the present and its opportunities, in the future and its promises, and in the divine, joy of living.

For several years he taught school in Franklin County. Many of his students have become staunch citizens of the county. These will attest to the seriousness earnestness, uprightness, and his demand for orderly conduct. He chose for his life companion Martha Stout, the daughter of Ira and Eliza Stout. To them were born eight children. the two oldest John and Jenny died in infancy. His wife and the remaining children, Lyde, Bert, Rose, Edna, Lenore, Fred and ten grandchildren mourn his loss. In his home life he was a devoted, conscientious and ideal husband and father. His family’s welfare was his.

For forty-five years he conducted the store at Whitcomb. As a business man he was the symbol of honesty and fair dealings with all men. He lived the principle embodied in the Golden Rule. His life practically ended in the store for there the beginning of his final illness took place.

About forty years ago he united with the M E Church of Whitcomb. As a member of this church his services are well known.

As a citizen and neighbor he was respected and honored. A type of citizen that the community needs but cannot hope to retain. On May 17, 1912, after a short illness, his life ended at the age of 77 years, 8 months and 12 days. He could truly have said with Paul:- “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the father; henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord the righteous judge, shall give me at that day, and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.”

CARD OF THANKS.

We desire to thank our neighbors and friends for their many acts of kindness rendered and expressions of sympathy uttered in our recent bereavement

Mrs. H. S. Jaques and family.


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Oh, the difference one letter can make when using copied or transcribed documents!

Oh, the difference one letter can make when using copied or transcribed documents!

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This joke is the best illustration I’ve ever seen of the negative effects of working from copied documents instead of originals. This should be on display in every library, archive and genealogy center as a reminder of the perils awaiting.

This is something I think about every time I do a transcription, and this type of consequence is why I use wildcard symbols in place of characters I can’t quite make out or understand in the original or copy I’m working from. It ensures the reader knows there is doubt and if it’s important to them and their research, they’ll look for and consult the original.

The Old Monk

A new monk arrives at the monastery. He is assigned to help the other monks in copying the old texts by hand.

He notices, however, that they are copying copies, not the original books. So, the new monk goes to the head monk to ask him about this. He points out that if there were an error in the first copy, that error would be continued in all of the other copies.

The head monk says “We have been copying from the copies for centuries, but you make a good point, my son.” So, he goes down into the cellar with one of the copies to check it against the original.

Hours later, nobody has seen him. So, one of the monks goes downstairs to look for him. He hears a sobbing coming from the back of the cellar, and finds the old monk leaning over one of the original books crying. He asks what’s wrong.

The old monk sobs, “The word is celebrate.”


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Transcription: David D. Shelby, “Men and Women in America”

Transcription: David D. Shelby, “Men and Women in America”

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Following is my transcription of the biography of David D. Shelby from “Men and Women in America.”

SHELBY, David D.:

United States circuit judge; born in Madison County, Ala., Oct. 24, 1847 ; son of Dr. David and Mary (Boulding) Shelby. He studied law in Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn., was admitted to the bar in 1870, and practised at Huntsville, Ala., until appointed by President McKinley, March 2, 1899, judge of the U.S. Circuit Court for the Fifth Judicial Circuit, in which office he is still serving. Judge Shelby was formerly active in politics as a Republican leader, was a member of the Alabama Senate, 1882-18834, and was the Republican nominee for chief justice of Alabama in 1886. He married in Huntsville, Ala., in 1872, Annie Davis. Address: Huntsville, Ala.

Men and women of America.
1910.

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Transcription: Coon family reunion article; “The Newark Advocate” of August 21, 1937.

Transcription: Coon family reunion article; “The Newark Advocate” of August 21, 1937.

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Article regarding the Coon family reunion in “The Newark Advocate” of August 21, 1937.

 

Coon Reunion.

Coon; Reunion Article; The Newark Advocate; August 21, 1937
Coon; Reunion Article; The Newark Advocate; August 21, 1937

The 12th annual Coon reunion was held in ”Roadside park” Utica, Sunday, with 38 relatives and friends present. During the business meeting, in charge of the president, Fred Cullison, the following officers were elected for the coming year: President. Clive Davis, Utica; vice president. Cary Coon, Hanover; secretary-treasurer, Paulme Barcus, Mt. Vernon. . Following the picnic dinner, a short program was given. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Coon. Mrs. Sara Devoll, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cullison. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Roberts and daughters Betty, Marie and Lois. Mr. and Mrs. John Holland of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Clive Davis and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stradley and children, Garland Moreland. Cary Barcus. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Clark. Mr. and Mrs Finley Holton. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Francis and children, Vernon Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Marmie and children. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marmie. Ralph Daugherty; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devoll. and John Speers, Cambridge: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith. Raymond Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Holton and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marmie and children. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Coon: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Day and son. Mt Vernon; Harold and Edna Hupp. Margaret Keyser. Cambridge: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barcus and daughters. Mt. Vernon: Gale and Albert Earley. Utica. The meeting next year will be held in the same place.

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Transcription: The Bec or Beke lineage.

Transcription: The Bec or Beke lineage.

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The following is my transcription of the Bec or Beke lineage including the Barons Beke of Eresby, as recorded in “A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire.”

 

Beke, Henry; A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire
Beke, Henry; A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire

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BEC OR BEKE — BARONS BEKE OF ERESCY.

By Writ of Summons, dated 23 Jun, 1295.

LINEAGE

Walter Bec, Lord of Eresby, co. Lincoln, m. Agnes, dau. And heiress of Hugh, the son of Pinco, and had issue,

I.    Hugh, who d.s.p. In his return from the Holy Land.
II.    Henry, being a person of weak understanding, his two next brothers shared with him the inheritance.
III.    Walter, | participators, with their brother Henry, in their father’s lands.
IV.    John,  |     “            “    “    “        “    “    “    “        “
Nicholas, inherited the church patronage of his father.

The eldest surviving son,
Henry Beke, inherited Eresby and other manors. He m, Hawse or Alice de Multon, sister of Thomas de Multon, and was s. By his son,
Walter Beke, Lord of Eresby, who m. Eva, niece of Walter de Grey, archbishop of York, and had issue,

I.    John, his successor in the lordship of Eresby.
II.    Thomas, bishop of St. David’s, d. 14 April, 1293.
III.    Anthony, the celebrated bishop of Durham, and patriarch of Jerusalem. “This Anthony,” says Dugdale, “was signed with the cross in the 54th Henry III, in order to his going to the Holy Land with Prince Edward; and on the 3rd of Edward I, being then a clerk, was made constable of the Tower of London. Moreover, in anno 1283, being present at the translation of St. William, archbishop of York, and at the whole charge of that great solemnity (the king, queen, and many of the nobility being also there), he was then consecrated bishop of Durham, by William Wickwane, archbishop of York, in the church of St. Peter, within that city. After which, anno 1.94 (22nd Edward I), the king discerning his great losses in Gascoigne, he was sent to Rodolph, king of Almaine, to make a league with him; and the same year, upon the arrival of the cardinals to treat of peace between King Edward and the King of France, he readily answered their proposals in the French tongue. Furthermore, in anno 1296, King Edward entered Scotland with a powerful army; he brought thither to him no less than 500 horse and 1,000 foot, besides a multitude of Welsh and Irish. After which, the same year, being sent ambassador into that realm, he was solemnly met by the king and nobles; and after much dispute, brought them to such an accord that they totally submitted themselves to the pleasure of King Edward. Also, upon that rebellion, which again broke out there the next year following (at which time they used great cruelties to the English), he was again sent thither to inquire the truth, and, to advertise the king thereof. And in the 26th of Edward I was again sent into Scotland, with certain forces, at which time he assaulted the castle of Dulton, and took it. And lastly, in 33rd of Edward I, being with the Earl of Lincoln and some other bishops, sent to Rome, to present divers vessels of pure gold from King Edward to the Pope, his holiness taking especial notice of his courtly behaviour and magnanimity of spirit, advanced him to the title of ‘Patriarch of Jerusalem.’”
“Amongst other works of this great prelate,” continues Dugdale, “he founded the collegiate churches of Chester and Langcester, as also the collegiate chappel at Bishops-Auckland, all in the county palatine of Durham. Moreover, it is reported that no man in all the realm, except the king, did equal him for habit, behaviour, and military pomp, and that he was more versed in state affairs than in ecclesiastical duties; ever assisting the king most powerfully in his wars; having sometimes in Scotland 26 standard-bearers, and of his ordinary retinue 140 knights; so that he was thought to be rather a temporal prince than a priest or bishop; and lastly, that he d 3 March, 1310, and was buried above the high altar in his cathedral of Durham.” This prelate was the first bishop that presumed to lie in the church, on account of the interment of the holy St. Cuthbert, and so superstitious were they in those days that they dared not bring in the remains at the doors, but broke a hole in the wall, to convey them in at the end of the church, which breech is said to be still visible.
I.    Margaret, m. To Galfridus de Thorpe.
II. Another dau., a nun
The eldest son,

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B E L

John Beke, s his father in the feudal lordship of Eresby, and was summoned to parliament as Baron Beke of Eresby, on 23 June, 20 September, and 2 November, 1295, and 26 August, 1296, having previously (4th of Edward, 1275 6) had license to make a castle of his manor-house at Eresby; his lordship m. ——, and had issue,

I.    Walter, who must have d.s.p. And vita patris, before the gift of Eresby to Robert Willoughby.
I.    Alice, m. To Sir William de Willoughby, Knt., and had issue,
Robert Willoughby, who inherited, at the decease of his grand uncle, Anthony Beke, bishop of Durham, the great possessions of that eminent prelate, and was summoned to parliament, temp. Edward II, as Lord Willoughby de Eresby. (See that dignity in Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage)
II.    Margaret, m. To Sir Richard de Harcourt, Knt., ancestor of the Harcourts, Earls of Harcourt.
III.    Mary, d. Unm.

Lord Beke gave Eresby to his grandson, Robert Willoughby, and d. 1303-4, when the Barony fell into abeyance between his two daus. And co-hers, the Ladies Willoughby and Harcourt, and so continues amongst their descendants.
Arms. — Gules, a cross moline, arg.

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Transcription: German Pioneers of the Ship Mortonhouse

Transcription: German Pioneers of the Ship Mortonhouse

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Transcription of a passenger list of German pioneers of the ship Mortonhouse, including Ulrich Croll.

German pioneers of the ship Mortonhouse
German pioneers of the ship Mortonhouse

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Mortonhouse 1729

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Sworn Before the Governour in Council, 19th August 1729. Cleared from Deal in Great Britain. James Coultas.

Rt Charles

“At the Courthouse of Philadelphia, August 19th, 1729, … A List was presented of the Names of Seventy five Palatines, who with their families, making in all about One hundred & Eighty persons, were imported here in the Ship Mortonhouse, James Coults, Mr., from Rotterdam, but last from Deal, as by Clearance thence dated 21st of June last.” From Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. III, p. 367.

[List 9 B] Palatines imported in the ship Mortonhouse, Jas Coultas, Mr, from Rotterdam, but last from Deal p. Clearance thence, dated 21st June 1729. Subscribed this Declaration 19th Augt. 1729.

Carl Ernst Musselbach                         Jakob Crebil
Georg Threhr [Dreher]                        Henrich Schlengeluf
Johan Philip Ranck                              Henrich Gunter
Hans Műller                                           Hans Uldric (H) Vry
Kunradt Wőrntz                                    Christ (O) Vry
Casper (X) Dorest                                 Jacob (O) Bowman
Dielman Kolb                                         Johan Nicolas Prietschler
Hans Michel Frőlich                             Johannes Műller
Michael Borst                                         Jacob (O) Obere
Johannes Hoock                                    David Montandon
Roedolp (X) Moor                                 Peter Weger
Hans Jacob (O) Roodlys                      Valentine (/) Ficus
Uldric (X) Root                                      Adam Orth
Nicolaas (O) Peffell                               Hanns Michel Heider
Heinrich Dubs                                       Johannes Reis
Mr. (X) Meli [?]                                     Johann Stephen Rumer
Henrich Blim                                         Gőrg Adam Wedel
Hans Ullrich Hűber                              Ulrich (/) Croll
Christ (B) Baown                                   Adolph Schombach
Christ (C) Kroll                                      Conrad (O) Kilner
Hendk. (H) Werner                               Johannes (/) Binkler
Gerhard Műller                                      Michel Weber
Andres Mys                                             Rudolff Walder

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Transcription: Pennsylvania Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 – Beaven to Eyre

Transcription: Pennsylvania Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 – Beaven to Eyre

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The following is my transcription of the Pennsylvania Church and Town Records dated between 1708 and 1985, for surnames Beavan to Eyre (in alphabetical order).

 

Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 - Aubrey Bevan - small
Pennsylvania Church and Town Records

CHESTER FRIENDS CEMETERY

On the west side of Edgmont Avenue between Sixth and Seventh Streets, Chester, Pa.

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PENNSYLVANIA CHURCH AND TOWN RECORDS

Beavan, Ann

Died February 18 1768 Aged

Grave No.

39

Beavan, Aubray

Died February 12 1761 Aged 56 years

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40

Beavan, Jane

Died

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52

Bond, Benjamin

Died June 27 1858 Aged 76 years

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98

Bond, Margaret

Died February 28 185- Aged 72 years

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99

Brobson, Rebecca

Born the 23rd of 10 month 1790

Died the 3rd of 5 month 1864

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106

Brobson, William

12-18-1785; 12-30-1858

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105

Burk, Emeline T.

Died

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43

Byre, Abigail

Born Jun 6 1786 Died July 9 1858

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115

Byre, Elizabeth

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112

Byre, Jacob

Died August 20 1826

In the 83rd year of his age

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Byre, Jacob

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116

Cobourn, Tacey

11-6-1813; 11-14-1848

47

Chestnut, Lizzie L.

Daughter of John and Phoebe J. Chestnut

Born June 7 1861 Died January 10 1880

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139

Chestnut, Mamie A. Lane

Daughter of John and Anna Chestnut

Died August 8 1860 Aged 15 months

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137

Churchman, Sally B.

Wife of Jesse M. Eyre

Born September 20 1813 Died March 21 1846

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51

Cowpland, Caleb Esq.

Who departed this life the 12th day of

the 10th month 1757 in the 67th year

of his age

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16

Cowpland, Sarah

Wife of Caleb Cowpland Died

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17

Davis, Carolina

Born September 21 1830 Died April 1 1852

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128

Davis, Susanna

Born July 26 1837 Died March 20 1852

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127

Dick, Thomas B. Esq.

Who departed this life April 21 A.D.1811

Aged 43 years 1 month

Draper, Richard H.

Born September 28 185- Died November 12

1851

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135

Dyer, William

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Engle, Joseph

Died October 8 1857 Aged 88 years

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130

Engle, Susanna

Wife of Joseph Engle

Died July 15 1253 Aged 75 years

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129

Eyre, Abigail

Died

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63

Eyre, Arabella

Daughter of William & Susan Eyre

Died

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48

Eyre, Elizabeth

Wife of Jonas P. Eyre

Born the 1st month 13 1813 Died

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134

Eyre, Jane

Died

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65

Eyre, Jonas P.

Born October 25 17- Died

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132

Eyre, Joshua

Son of David W. and Mary P. Eyre

Died the 2nd Month 25 1856

Aged 9 months and 17 days

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133

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Transcription: Obituary for General George Cadwalader

Transcription: Obituary for General George Cadwalader

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Following is the transcription of the obituary for General George Cadwalader, published in the Bucks County Gazette on Thursday, February, 6, 1879.

 

Obituary; General George Cadwalader
Obituary for General George Cadwalader

General George Cadwalader died in Philadelphia, on Monday afternoon, in the seventy-third year of his age, from an attack resembling apoplexy, with which he was seized on Sunday night. He was a brother of Judge Cadwalader, who died on Sunday week, and was the last of the five sons of General Thomas Cadwalader. The deceased was born in Philadelphia, in 1806, engaged in mercantile business, and filled the position of President of the Mutual Insurance Company for a third of a century. He served gallantly in the Mexican War as well as in the Slaveholders’ Rebellion, and distinguished himself in both positions. His record is one of the best which he can safely leave behind as a grand inheritance to his family and friends.

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Transcription: Will and Testament, Ann Stone of Wyke Regis, Dorset

Transcription: Will and Testament, Ann Stone of Wyke Regis, Dorset

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The following is my transcription of the last Will and Testament of Ann Stone of Wyke Regis, Dorset.

 

Will of Ann Stone of Wyke Regis, Dorset
Ann Stone of Wyke Regis, Dorse

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Ann

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This is the last Will and Testament of ? Ann Stone of Wyke Regis in the County of Dorset widow made and published this twelfth day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty five First I will and ????? that all my just debts funeral and testamentary ??????? and the charges of proving this my Will be paid out of my residuary  personal estate hereinafter mentioned I give and bequeath unto and equally in between my daughters Jand Drew Harris wife of ????? Harris of Weymouth and Wycombe Regis in the said County Brewer and Mary Ann Golyear Ingram wife of Robert Ingram of the same place linen draper all that interment or policy of ?????????? under the hands of the three of the directors ???? ??????? called the ????? ????????? Company bearing ???? the ninth day of October one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight and numbered 8606 whereby the said Society have assured unto me my executors administrators or assigns the sum of one thousand pounds in the event of my death to add the said sum of one thousand pounds together in with all accumulations and benefit arising or to arise from the said policy unto the said Jane Drew Harris and Mary Ann Golyear Ingram their executors administrators and assignes in equal proportion as tenants in common and not as joint tenants to and for their sole and separate use and benefit free from the debts control or engagements of their husbands and their receipts for the same shall be sufficient discharges notwithstanding their ???ertures all the ???? and Residue of my personal estate and efforts whatsoever and wheresoever money and securities for money rents due at the time of my decease and furniture ??????? nevertheless to the payment of my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and charges of proving this my Will I give and bequeath unto and equally between my son Charles John Stone of the Town and County of Poole Tailor and the said Jane Drew Harris and Mary Ann Golyear Ingram their executors administrators and assigns as tenants in common and not as joint tenants and I hereby nominate and appoint my said daughters Jane Drew Harris and Mary Ann Golyear Ingram joint Executrixes this my will hereby revoking all former and other Wills by me made and do declare this to be my last Will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand the day and year first before written — Ann Stone — Signed by the Testatrix Ann Stone as and for her Will in the pressence of us present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses thereto — George Arden ??? Weymouth — Francis March his Clerk.

Proved at London 8th July 1845 before the Judge by the oaths of Jane Drew Harris wife of Gary Harris and Mary Ann Golyear Ingram wife of Robert Ingram the daughter the executrixes to whome ????? was granted have been first sworn by Comon duly to administer.

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eBooks from Google eBooks and Internet Archive: A researcher’s gold mine!

eBooks from Google eBooks and Internet Archive: A researcher’s gold mine!

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This article’s title “eBooks from Google eBooks and Internet Archive: A researcher’s gold mine!” aptly describes how I feel about including ebooks and online publications and libraries in my genealogy research.

 

Some of my best finds have come through using the Google genealogy research tools.

I believe in using primary sources as much as possible in my genealogy research. This is the only way to be sure the data is 100% accurate and safe to use.

Anyone looking at the sources in my genealogy database (see menu link above) will see that I consistently categorize the sources I use according to their quality.

One exception to my preference for primary sources is the use of publications such as magazines, newspaper articles and books. Errors in factual data such as dates, ages, etc. do occur, but what I find invaluable about these sources is the narrative. This is the one way to get beyond the facts and learn from the personal recollections and knowledge of others. This is how I learn the story of our ancestors.

Google EBook Search
Google Advanced eBook Search

In cases where these publications are the sole source I have at the time, I will continue to search for high quality primary sources for the factual information, but I will still document the data from the publications in the meantime as long as I’m careful to categorize its quality appropriately.

When selecting the proper source quality categories, I do so for each and every fact for an individual so I have a clear picture of the accuracy of each and every fact at a later time. The clearer, the better.

Two places I use frequently to find these publications are Google eBooks and Internet Archive. By using Google eBooks’ advanced search (click on image above for full size), it is possible to stipulate exactly what you’re searching for by a variety of means including:

  • for text ‘with all of the words’, ‘with the exact phrase’, ‘with at least one of the words’, and ‘without the words’ (using ‘without the words’ can be invaluable for eliminating undesirable results);
  • for full book views, limited and full views, all books or Google eBooks only;
  • for all content; magazines or books; and
  • by language, title, author, publisher, subject, publication date, ISBN and or ISSN.

Some of the titles I have found during my research include:

  • “A History of Delaware County Pennsylvania,” by George Smith;
  • “The History of Wales,” by Rev. William Warrington;
  • “Annals of Yorkshire,” by Henry Schroeder;
  • “Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution,” by Lorenzo Sabine;
  • “A California Tramp and Later Footprints,” by Thaddeus Stevens Kenderdine;
  • “Collections Historical and Archaeological Relating to Montgomeryshire,” by the Powys-land Club;
  • “Kearsley’s Complete peerage, of England, Scotland and Ireland,” by George Kearsley; and
  • “Farm and its Inhabitants, with Some Account of the Lloyds of Dolobran,” by Rachel Jane Lowe.
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Internet Archive Search Screen

With the Internet Archive site, it is possible to search a variety of media types including the Wayback Machine (an archive of obsolete websites), moving images, texts, audio, software, education, forums and FAQs.

There are other places ebooks can be found but Google eBooks and Internet Archive are the ones I turn to most often for the best results.

Be sure to give either (or both) of these sites a try. You’ll be amazed at what you’ll find.


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Transcripton: 1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others.

Transcripton: 1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others.

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1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others.

 

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Peter and Charles Malonson
1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others, pg 1.

Articles of agreement made this twenty ninth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninty-three and in the thirty third year of His Majesty’s Reign between Mary Cannon of Castle Frederickin the County of Hants and Province of Nova Scotia as attorney for Joseph Frederick, Walter Des Barres Esquire on the one part, and Peter Malonson, Michael Burk, January Peterang Simon Le Blong Jaque Legere Peter Cormier Charles Malonson Gabriel Legere Joseph Legere Isaac Tibodo John Shay and Frederick LeBlong; of Memramcook in the County of Westmoreland and Province of New Brunswick Farmers. Witnesseth that the said Mary Cannon for and in consideration of the sum of fifty one pounds good and lawful money of this said province / the said Peter Melonson, Michael Burk and associated [?] paying the sum of four pounds five shillings each, and a yearly [??] doth grant [?ise] Let unto farm unto Peter Melonson Michael Burk and associates / as aforesaid / a certain part of a Grant of forty thousand acres of Land, now in the possession of Joseph Frederick Walter Des Barres. Situate and bounded on the west  side of Memramcook River to have and to hold for ever and the said Peter Melonson Michael [??] and associates [Js]. Doth promise [t??] themselves their heirs Executors administrators and assigns to pay or [c??] to he unto Joseph Frederick Walter Des Barres his heirs Executors administrators and assigns his agent or agents attorney or attorneys the aforesaid sum of four pounds five shillings each as aforesaid, on or before the first day of May annually and every year. And the first payment to commence on the first day of May next, which will be in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety four and so on from year to year and if it shall happen that the said yearly [??] herein ordered of any part thereof, be behind and unpaid the the space of three calendar months next after the same shall become due as aforesaid and [??] sufficient distress or distresses in or upon the said promises can or may be found whereby the same may be levied that then it shall be lawful to and for the said Joseph Frederick Walter Des Barres h??] is heirs Executors administrators and assigns – his or their agents or attorneys into the said [d??] Premisses or into any part thereof in the name of the whole to Reenter and the same to have again Possessed and Enjoy as in his or their former right and estates, and the said Peter Melonson Michael Burk, and associates for their heirs Executors administrators and assigns from one of the same to expel and put out any thing herein mentioned to the contrary notwithstanding – and the said Peter Melonson Michael Burk and associates [J?] doth promise for themselves their heirs Executors administrators and assigns, shall and will at all times during said term bear pay and discharge all rates taxes charges, Impossitions parish and town duties which shall be payable taxed – charged imposed or assessed upon the aforesaid lands and premises or any part

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Peter and Charles Malonson
1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others, pg 2.

part thereof the kings [???] Rents only excepted and it is further agreed on by the said parties that should they not be enabled to furnish cash payments of Rent, fat Cattle or good Cattle let for fatting fat weathers sheep ?hipping horses and merchantable grain of different kinds shall be taken in [???] thereof at the current price of valuation and it is further agreed by the said parties that whatsoever work that has been done and paid for and is yet to do / [???] dikes drains and aboiteaux / shall be done upheld and supported in good order and well condition at the cost and expenses of them the said tenants and if the aforesaid Peter Melonson Michael Burk and associates [??] or any of them their heirs Executors administrators  or assigns should incline to Exit or leave the aforesaid premises: then in that case the Landlord his heirs Executors administrators or assigns agents or attorneys to Reenter in the peaceable possession of the aforesaid premises and every part thereof and the said Joseph Frederick Walter Des Barres by his attorney doth [??] himself his heirs Executors administrators and assigns Covenant and agree to and with the said Peter Melonson Michael Burk January Peterang, Simon Le Blong Jaque Legere, Peter Cormean Charles Melonson Gabriel Legere, Joseph Legere Isaac Tibado John Shayer and Frederick Le Blong their heirs Executors administrators and assigns that on their paying the Rent herein Reserved and performing the Covenants and agreements herein mentioned they shall ad may from time to time and at all times during the said term hereby granted Peaceably and quietly enter into hold use,  occupy and enjoy all and singular the Premisses hereby devised with the appurtenances without any [??] trouble or molestation or Interruption of him the said Joseph ———— Frederick Walter Des Barres Esq. his heirs Executors administrators or assigns or of any person or persons lawfully claiming by or from him in witness whereof they the said Mary Cannon Peter Melonson, Michael Burk January Peterang, Simon Le Blong Jaque Legere Peter Cormear Charles Melonson Gabriel Legere Joseph Leger Isaac Tibodo John Shayer and Frederick Le Blong have [???] to set their hands and seals the day and year first here

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Peter and Charles Malonson and Others.
1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others, pg 3.

Herein written.

Signed dated and Delivered in the presence of / Signed as follows /

[Left Column:]

Charles Melonson

“Gabriel Legere”

“Joseph Legere”

“Isaac Tibodo”

“John Shayer”

“Frederick Le Blong”

[Right Column:]

Peter Melonson

Michael Burk

January Pelerans

Simon Le Blong

Jacque Legere

Peter Cormear

[Left Margin at right angles to main text:]

/Signed/

John Downing

Samuel Cornhill

Peter and Charles Malonson and Others.
1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others, pg 4.

1793 lease for 40,000 acres of land signed by Peter and Charles Malonson and others, pg 3.

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Copy of unauthorized Lease

Memramcook

Charles Legere, and Laurong Burk were both served with notice to  [???] 23d. Jany 1815. The former is in occupation of Lands Leased with the within Instrument to Jacque Legere deceased, and the latter in occupation of those Leased to January Pellerang by the said within Instrument.

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Transcription: A List of Children at the State House in Philadelphia; June 19, 1761

Transcription: A List of Children at the State House in Philadelphia; June 19, 1761

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A List of Children at the State House in Philadelphia; June 19, 1761

 

By AUTHORITY.

A LIST of CHILDREN now at the State-Houfe, in Philadelphia, who in the Courfe of the War, were taken Captives from feveral Parts of this Province by the Indians, and have been lately releafed by His Excellency General  A M H E R S T, and fent to this Government, in order to their being delivered up to their Parents, or other Relations, who are hereby d?????? forthwith to come and receive them.

Advertisement re children taken hostage by Indians
Advertisement re children taken hostage by Indians.

NICHOLAS SILVIAS, of Plow-Park.

JOHN MAN, of Marsh-Creek.

FREDERICK PAYER, of Low-Bergen.

ISAAC TOOPLE, taken near Prefque Ifle.

ANNE COON, and MARY WILLIAMS, taken on the Delaware.

Philadelphia, June 19, 1761.

from the Pennsylvania Gazette.

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Learning to transcribe from ‘ye olde englishe’ and latin.

Learning to transcribe from ‘ye olde englishe’ and latin.

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Transcribing the baptism register from Norfolk, England in my previous post, “Transcription and Translation: Baptism of Elizabeth Stalham and others from the St. George Tombland Church register” was particularly problematic for me, requiring my learning to transcribe from ‘ye olde englishe’ and latin.

 

I am familiar with transcribing in several languages such as German, Swedish, French, etc., even though I do need help from Google Translate.

For this translation, I was able to interpret the text fairly easily, including the months, and the years. At first, I thought there were no days mentioned at all, until I took a closer look and realized there was one small ‘word’ in each entry I couldn’t account for. One thing I did notice was the pattern of repetition within each entry and it’s resemblance to the pattern of repetition to Roman numerals – even if they did appear to be just miscellaneous symbols or text (see image below).

 

Baptism record for Elizabeth Stalham - marked.

 

To confirm my suspicions, I did some research into interpreting Latin dates. It took some time and effort as everything I found at first referred to the date formats used in general, including those used in recording events in genealogy software.

Just as I was about to give up and use my standard ‘????’ in place of the mysterious text since I was unsure of my conclusions, I came upon the following web page that provided the answer I was looking for. They were ‘Reading dates in old English records.’ The following is the verbatim section from the page that specifically provided the answers I was seeking.

The chart below shows some of the different ways numbers may be written.

1 unus, primo, primus, I i
2 duo, secundo, secundus II ij
3 tres, tertio, tertius III iij
4 quattuor, quarto, quartus IV iiij, iv
5 quinque, quinto, quintus V v
6 sex, sexto, sextus VI vi
7 septem, septimo, septimus VII vij
8 octo, octavo, octavus VIII viij
9 novem, nono, nonus IX viiij, ix
10 decem, decimo, decimus X x
11 undecim, undecimo, undecimus XI xi
12 duodecim, duodecimo, duodecimus XII xij
13 tredecim, tertio decimo, tertius decimus XIII xiij
14 quattuordecim, quarto decimo, quartus decimus XIV xiiij, xiv
15 quindecim, quinto decimo, quintus decimus XV xv
16 sedecim, sexto decimo, sextus decimus XVI xvi
17 septendecim, septimo decimo, septimus decimus XVII xvij
18 duodeviginti, octavo decimo, octavus decimus, duodevicesimo, duodevicesimus XVIII xviij
19 undeviginti, nono decimo, nonus decimus, undevicesimo, undevicesimus XIX xviiij, xix
20 viginti, vicesimo, vicesimus, viccesimo, vicessimo, viccessimo XX xx
21 viginti unus, vicesimo primo, vicesimus primus XXI xxi
22 viginti duo, vicesimo secundo, vicemus secundus XXII xxij
23 viginti tres, vicesimo tertio, vicesimus tertius XXIII xxiij
24 viginti quattuor, vicesimo quarto, vicesimus quartus XXIV xxiiij, xxiv
25 viginti quinque, vicesimo quinto, vicesimus quintus XXV xxv
26 viginti sex, vicesimo sexto, vicesimus sextus XXVI xxvi
27 viginti septem, vicesimo septimo, vicesimus septimus XXVII xxvij
28 duodetriginta, vicesimo octavo, vicesimus octavus, duodetricesimo, duodetricesimus XXVIII xxviij
29 undetriginta, vicesimo nono, vicesimus nonus, undetricesimo, undetricesimus XXVIV xxviiij, xxix
30 triginta, tricesimo, tricesimus XXX xxx
31 triginta unus, tricesimo primo, tricesimus primus XXXI xxxi

Numbers may also be written as scores. A score is twenty and is written as XX or xx. If XX is above another number, it would be multiplied by the number under it. Therefore, four score or eighty could be written as XX over IV or xx over iiij as shown below.

XX xx

IV iiij

Sources:

  1. About.com; “Reading and Understanding Old Documents & Records”; Kimberly Powell; http://genealogy.about.com/od/basics/a/old_handwriting.htm.
  2. Family Search; Reading dates in old English records; Document ID: 111804; https://help.familysearch.org/publishing/43/111804_f.SAL_Public.html.


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Transcription: In Memoriam for Louis Boily

Transcription: In Memoriam for Louis Boily

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Transcription: In Memoriam for Louis Boily

 

In Memoriam for Louis Boily
In Memoriam for Louis Boily

A LA DOUCE MEMOIRE DE

LOUIS BOILY

EPOUX DE CHRISTINE TURMELLE

Décédé aux St-Anges, Comté de Beauce, le 25 Avril 1918, à l’âge de 85 ans et 8 mois

Chère épouse et chers enfants je meurs, mon pèlerinage est fini ; je vous en ssaupplie, ne m’oubliez jamais : restez unis entre vous, demeurez inébraulables dans la foi : bientôt nous nous réunirons dans l’éternité.

Maintenant que la mort a fermé ma paupière, que le dernier chaut du prêtre du Seigneur sèst fait entendre, que la terre a couvert mon corps, vous tous que j’ai aimés, priez pour moi.

Tout ce que je bous demande, parents et amis, cèst de vous souvenir de moi devant làutel du Seigneur.

Coeur Sacré de Jésus, j’ai confiance en vous

(300 jours dìndulgence.)

Doux Coeur de Marie, soyez mon salut.

(300 jours d`indulgence.)

Mon Jésus, Miséricorde. (100 jrs d`ind.)

Une communion, une prière, s.v.p.

 

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Transcription: Wogaman, Burkett and Holdery – Burkhart — Burckhardt — Burket — Burkett

Transcription: Wogaman, Burkett and Holdery – Burkhart — Burckhardt — Burket — Burkett

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Transcription: Wogaman, Burkett and Holdery – Burkhart — Burckhardt — Burket — Burkett

 

WOGAMAN, BURKETT, HOLDERY

Author:     Ezra McFall Kuhns
Publisher:     [Dayton, Ohio? : s.n., 1948]
Series:      Genealogy & local history, G7296.

BURKHART — BURCKHARDT — BURKET — BURKETT
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Burket Family Bio
Burket Family Bio – Wogaman, Burkett, Holdery

It has been said that Emanuel Burkhart whose home was in one of the Swiss Cantons, probably Berne, had two sons who came to America, sometime between 1742 and 1754. One of these is said to have been Jonathan and the other Christian. Rupp’s records no persons by either of these names, until the arrival on November 22, 1752, on the ship St. Michael, of Johann Burckhard, and on September 24, 1753, the arrival on the ship Neptune, of Johannes Burkhart. There is listed, however, the arrival on the ship Rosanna, on September 26, 1743, of Heinrich Burckhart. This person so nearly fits in with the known facts of the case, as to lead to the belief that this Henry, to use the English equivalent of his first name, was the progenitor of the family under discussion, in America. There is not much support to the traditional name of Jonathan, and it could easily be the case, in any event, that like thousands of others, there was the first name “Johan”, by which he might have been known, but omitted from the registration. It is stated that the immigrant’s wife died at sea, and that the father died four years after arrival. There were four children, Salome, probably the eldest, born August 14, 1734, Jehu, Nathaniel, and probably another boy said to have been named Christian. Salome, according to well authenticated statements, was seven years of age upon arrival, and this fact, as well as her marriage in 1759, she being then of marriageable age, seems to be controlling in fixing the approximate time of the arrival in America, that is at about the time of the arrival of Henry as above stated. Jehu married Madalene (Motlene) Croll or Kroll, who was the daughter of Ulric Croll, of Elizabeth township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, who came to America on August 19, 1729, aged 27 years, on the ship Mortonhouse. The brothers moved to Frederick county, Maryland, residing and working there at their trade, as well as farming, from about 1768 to 1775, after which Jehu and family moved to Reedy creek on the Yadkin, Rowan county, North Carolina. About 1809, Jehu moved to Montgomery county, Ohio, and became the owner of a 112-acre tract located on Salem pike, a few miles north of the city of Dayton, opposite the Brethren church at Ft. McKinley, Jehu died in 1823, and his wife a few years before. He was the first Bishop or Elder of the church of the Brethren (Dunkard) in this vicinity, and assisted in the organization of the Lower Stillwater church of that denomination (still flourishing at Ft. McKinley) and out of which church sprung the church at “Happy Corners”. Despite his connection with one of the peace loving sects, Jehu seems to have served in the North Carolina troops in the Revolution, was paid a fairly large sum presumably for military services. Again, in a muster roll of Capt. Andrew Long’s company of Col. Samuel Miles’ rifle regiment of Pennsylvania troops, taken on June 4, 1776, appears the name of “Jehu Burket”. This company came from western Bucks county, and there is authority for the statement that Jehu’s wife’s people were, or had been, formerly residents of that region. It could easily be possible that Jehu had returned to Pennsylvania before finally settling in North Carolina, and enrolled for a short time only as the records of that company would indicate, after which he returned to Maryland or North Carolina. From the extreme infrequency of the name Jehu, and the singular fact of it being attached in this case to the last name “Burket”, it appears to the writer as more than a coin

BURKHART — BURCKHARDT — BURKET — BURKETT
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Wogaman, Burkett, Holdery

cidence. This conclusion might be further justified from the fact of the somewhat roving disposition of the person in question, who in the course of this life, removed three or four different times, and to distant points. Jehu and Motlene had nine children, Henry being the fourth. He, Henry, was born on May 13, 1771, in Maryland. On December 25, 1793, Henry married Elizabeth Rinker, in North Carolina, who was born on June 22, 1772, and who died on February 9, 1836. About 1815 or 1816 this family came to Montgomery county, where Henry’s father had already located. Henry acquired 400 or more acres of land on the so-called Stringtown pike, in Madison township, about a mile or so north of the village of Trotwood, and about the same distance west of the settlement on the Salem pike formerly known as Taylorsburg. He died in September 1817, leaving a will which was probated in due course. Henry and Elizabeth had the following children, all born in North Carolina: Mary (sometimes called Mollie) born October 27, 1794; John, born December 27, 1795; George, born November 23, 1797; Elizabeth, born September 7, 1801; Isaac, born February 3, 1803; Charles, born March 13, 1805; Amelia, born December 8, 1807; Anne, born December 8, 1809; Martin, born October 5, 1811; and Barbara, born April 20, 1815.

As previously stated in this narrative, Mary the first child of Henry and Elizabeth, married John Wogaman the second, on August 18, 1818, and their child was George, who married Catherine Hilderbrick on June 15, 1843. She was born on July 17, 1824, the daughter of David Mary Hilderbrick, and Mary was the daughter of George and Elizabeth Holtry.

In connection with what has been said as to Jehu Burket, it should be mentioned that the material is based somewhat on a History of the Burgner family, published in 1892. This narrates an interview, in 1889, with a granddaughter of Salome Burket. This granddaughter well remembered Salome the sister of Jehu. She had married a Burgner, and after her husband’s death lived in Maryland near Frederick. Also, a pamphlet on the Burket family, prepared by Mr. John M. Burkett, of Washington, D. C., has been useful and most essential in establishing some of the important facts of the story of this family. It should also be mentioned that the family migrated in large numbers to Indiana in the early part of the nineteenth century, and many members have achieved prominence both in civil and professional walks of life, including farming and other lines of business.

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Transcription: Tombstone of Family of Alphonse Bélanger

Transcription: Tombstone of Family of Alphonse Bélanger

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Transcription: Tombstone of Family of Alphonse Bélanger

 

Bélanger

(Left Side)

Alphonse Bélanger
1881 – 1933
Époux de
Délima Martineau
1876 – 1949

Edna Bélanger
1907 – 1936

Maurice Bélanger
1915 – 1915

Norbert Bélanger
1913 – 1991

(Right Side)
Gatien Bélanger
1911 – 1996
Époux de
Éva Labelle
1920 – 1983

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Transcription – Acadia, Canada Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1760-1946, Page 469

Transcription – Acadia, Canada Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1760-1946, Page 469

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Original french text from Acadia, Canada Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1760-1946, page 469.

 

Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946, Page 469
Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946, Page 469

CAP PELÉ

CAP BOLD

CTE WESTMORLAND

NB

PAROISSE STE-THÉRÈSE

RÉGISTRES PHOTOGRAPHIES A LA PAROISSE

469

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B    76

M. I. Florine Melanson

Ce meme jour nous prêtre soussigné avons baptisé Marie Isabella Florine née hier du legitime mariage de Judes melanson & Marie Cormier

Parrain Joseph Bourque
Marraine Lea Leger.

JB Th Martineau [ptr?]

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B    77

Jos. Jacob Leger

Ce meme jour, nous prêtre soussigné avons baptisé Joseph Jacob né le 18 Septembre du mois dernier du legitime mariage de Hippolyte Leger & Susanne Leger

Parrain Dedace LeBlanc
Marraine Leonie Bourque.

JB Th Martineau [ptr?]

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B    78

Jos. Honoré Leger.

Ce meme jour, nous prêtre soussigné avons baptisé Joseph Honoré né le 18 Septembre du mois dernier du legitime mariage de Hippolyte Leger & Susanne Leger

Parrain Jos. P. Bourque
Marraine Francoise Cormier

JB Gh Martineau [ptr?]

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S    53

Etienne Bourque.

Ce trent-un Octobre 1894. nous prêtre soussigné avons [????] dans le cimétière de cette paroisse le corps de Etienne Bourque agé de 83 à fils de dy. François Bourque et de Dorothe Downing – Present Jos – Melancon. Max – LeBlanc. &c-

P. Bradley

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Tilmon Cormier.

Ce [????] Novembre 1894. nous prêtre soussigné avons [????] dans le cimétière de cette paroisse le corps de Tilmon agé de quatorze mois, infant légitimé ce Narcisse Cormier et de Marguerite Dugas – Présent le père de l’enfant – Fred Cormier &c-
B-II-+S-8-M-2- sent Registrar.

P. Bradley

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M     12

Thomas Cormier and Helene Cormier

Ce huit Novembre 1894 apres  la publication de trois bans de mariage faité aux preres de [?] mepes paroissiales entre Thomas Cormier fils [?] de def – Anselm Cormier et de defte Modeste [?]son de Memramcook d’uni part et Helene Cormier veuve de def Ferdinand Cormier de cette paroisse de l’autre part – nous preter soussigné apres avoir [??] leur consentment mutuel [?] mariage leur avons donné la benediction nuptiale en presences des Saul Richard et de Modeste Bourque. Le 4/4 degré d’affinité leur a èté accordé par Mp. de St-Jean.

P. Bradley

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Pacifique Vienneau

Ce dix Novembre 1894 – nous préter soussigné avons [????] dans le cimétière de cette paroisse le corps de Pacifique Vienneau epoux de Justine Bourgeois agé de souxante onze ans – Presents Hy. Hébert P[??] Vienneau – &c

P. Bradley

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[??ine] Niles

Ce 15 Novembre 1897 – nous préter soussigné avons [????] dans le cimétière de cette paroisse le corps de [??ine] [??les] décédé hier du legitime mariage de David Niles & Marcelline Babineau Presents le pére de l’enfant & Joseph David Niles.&&&

J.B. Th. Martineau [P?]

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Joseph J. Aucoin & Odelieme Melanson

Ce huit Novembre 1894 aprés  la publication d’un ban de mariage faite au prone de notre masse paroissiales entre Joseph J. Aucoin veuf de defte Calinat Gallant de l’Ile de Prince Edouard d’une part & Odeliene Melanson fille mineuse de Judes J. Melanson & de defte Rosalie Doiron de cette paroisse de l’autre part. Nous prétre soussigné aprés avoir eccus leur mutuel consentement au mariage. [?] avons donne la benediction nuptiale au presence de Willey Gallant & Marie J. LeBlanc. Ils ont [?????] dispence de deux bans.

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Patrick Bradley Revd

Ce dix neuf Novembre mil huit cent quatre vingt dix sept nous avons  inhumé dans le cimétiere de cette Paroisse le corps du Revd Patrick Bradley décédé le dix sept du meme mois a l’âge de cinguante huit ans au presence d’un grand concon[?] de monde [???] presence des pretres cidessons soussignes.

Ths. Founale Regd V.G.
Ph. L. Velliveau, ptre
P. P. Duforn ptre
Ed. Nap. Massint, Ptre
D. F. Leger
Jos. A. L’Archeveque [???]
J.B. Th. Martineau [???]
F. C. Jav Merchand, ptre
H. E. C. Cormier
Ed. E. Labbe [???]
H. H. Mea[???] Rv
E. [????] Francis Bradley
J. A. Lapointe

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Benonie Richard & Marie LeBlanc

Benonie Richard fils [????] de deft Thadde Richard & de [????] Henriette LeBlanc de cette paroisse d’une paft & [????] fille mineuse de deft Ovide LeBlanc & Marie Richard [??? ???] de cette paroisse de l’autre part. Nouse prétre soussigné apres avoir récu leur mutuel consentement du mariage, leur avons donne la benediction nuptiale au presence de Pierre Donnelle & Clotilde Richard. [????] obtense despence d’un ban [???] 2/3 degré de consanguinite.

J. B. Th. Martineau, Ptre.

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English translation via Google Translate of Acadia, Canada Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1760-1946, page 469.

 

CAP PELE
CAP BOLD
CTE WESTMORLAND
NB
STE-THERESE PARISH
REGISTRIES PHOTOGRAPHS A PARISH
469
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B 76
Mr. I. Florine Melanson
That same day we the undersigned priest have baptized Isabella Marie Florine born yesterday of the legitimate marriage Judes melanson & Marie Cormier
Godfather Joseph Bourque
Godmother Lea Leger.

JB Martineau Th [ptr?]
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B 77
Jos. Jacob Leger
That same day, we the undersigned priest have baptized Joseph Jacob was born on September 18 of the last month of the legitimate marriage of Hippolyte Leger Leger & Susanne
Godfather Dedace LeBlanc
Leonie godmother Bourque.

JB Martineau Th [ptr?]
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B 78
Jos. Honoré Leger.
That same day, we the undersigned priest have baptized Joseph Honoré born September 18th of last month the legitimate marriage of Hippolyte Leger Leger & Susanne
Jos sponsor. P. Bourque
Godmother Francoise Cormier

JB Martineau Gh [ptr?]
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S 53
Etienne Bourque.
This trent-October 1, 1894. We, the undersigned priest have [????] in the cemetery of this parish Etienne Bourque body aged 83 to son dy. François Bourque and Dorothe Downing – Present Jos – Melancon. Max – LeBlanc. & C-
P. Bradley
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S 54
Tilmon Cormier.
This [????] November 1894. We the undersigned priest have [????] in the cemetery of this parish the body of Tilmon aged fourteen months, the infant legitimized Narcisse Cormier and Marguerite Dugas – Present the father of Child – Fred Cormier & c-
B-II-8-S + M-2 feels Registrar.

P. Bradley
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M 12
Thomas Cormier and Cormier HeleneThis November 8, 1894 after the publication of three banns faite to preres of parish mepes between Thomas Cormier son def [?] [?] – [?] Anselm Cormier and his defte Modeste Memramcook uni either Helene Cormier def Ferdinand Cormier widow of this parish on the other hand – [?] lend us after having undersigned [??] mutual CONSENT marriage gave them the nuptial benediction in presences of Richard Saul and Modeste Bourque. The 4/4 degree of affinity summer Kitzbühel has granted them by Mp. St-Jean.
P. Bradley
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S 55
Pacific Vienneau
This Nov. 10, 1894 – We, the undersigned have pret [????] in the cemetery of this parish Pacific body Vienneau husband of Justine Bourgeois-old souxante eleven years – Presents Hy. Hébert P [??] Vienneau – & c
P. Bradley
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S 56
[?? Ine] Niles
This Nov. 15, 1897 – pret we have undersigned [????] in the cemetery of this parish the body of [?? ine] [?? the] died yesterday of legitimate marriage of David Niles & Marcelline Babineau Presents the father of Child & Joseph David Niles. &&&
J. B. Th. Martineau [P?]
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M 13
Joseph J. Aucoin & Odelieme Melanson
This November 8, 1894 after the publication of a marriage ban made in our parish prone mass between Joseph J. Aucoin widower defte Catinat Gallant of Prince Edward Island one hand & Odeliene Melanson daughter of miner Judes J. Melanson & defte of Rosalie Doiron of this parish of the other. We, the undersigned priest, after having eccus their mutual consent to marriage. [?] Have given the nuptial blessing in the presence of Willey & Marie Gallant J. LeBlanc. They [?????] pantry of two banns.
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S 57
Revd Patrick Bradley
This ten Nov. 9 thousand eight hundred ninety seven we buried in the cemetery of this parish the body of the Revd Patrick Bradley died September 10th of the same month at the age of eight years cinguante presence of a large concon [? ] people [???] presence of priests cidessons undersigned.
Ths. Founale Regd V. G.
Ph. L. Velliveau, Epistle
P. P. Duforn Epistle
Ed. Nap. Massint, Ptre
D. F. Leger
Jos. A. The Archbishop [???]
J. B. Th. Martineau [???]
F. C. Jav Merchand, Epistle
H. E. C. Cormier
Ed. E. Labbe [???]
H. H. Mea [???] Rv
E. [????] Francis Bradley
J. A. Lapointe

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M 14
Benonie Richard & Marie LeBlanc
Benonie son Richard [????] of deft Thadde Richard & the [????] Henriette LeBlanc of this parish of TFAP & [????] miner daughter deft Ovide Marie LeBlanc & Richard [??? ???] Of this parish of the other. Nouse undersigned priest have recov after their mutual consent to marriage, have gives them the nuptial benediction in presence of Pierre Richard Donnelle & Clotilde. [????] Obtense Despence a ban [???] 2/3 degree of consanguinity.
J. B. Th. Martineau, Ptre.

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Transcription: Obituary of Pierre Allaire (1951 – 1999)

Transcription: Obituary of Pierre Allaire (1951 – 1999)

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Transcription: Obituary of Pierre Allaire (1951 – 1999)

 

Obituary for Pierre Allaire.
Obituary of Pierre Allaire.

[Allaire] Pierre

À la Maison Michel-Sarrazin, le 3 octobre 1999, jour de ses 48 ans, est décédé M. Pierre Allaire, employé du Musée de la Civilisation, époux de dame Mariette Breton. Il demeurait à St-Laurent, I.O. La familie recevra les condoléances à la résidence funérairé

F.X. Bouchard Inc.
628, dhemin Royal
St-Pierre, I.O.

vendredi de 19h à 22h; samedi, jour des funérailles, la famille recevra les condoléances à l’église une heure avant la cérémonie. Le service religieux sera célébré le samedi 9 octobre à 14h en l’église de St-Laurent. I.O. et de là au cimetière St-François. I.O. Il laisse dans le deuil, outre son épouse, sone fils Léo; sa mère Georgette Turmel (feu Léopold Allaire); sa soeur et son beau-frère; Céline Allaire (Gilles Chevalier) et ses trois neveux; Nicolas, Simon et Mathieu; de même que ses beaux-frères, belles-soeurs, oncles et tantes, neveux, nièces, cousins, cousines, des families Breton et Allaire.

Cher Pierrot, puisses-tu trouver, là ou tu t’envoles, l’assouvissement de ton goût de la beauté et de la perfection. Que l’amour que tu nous as donné nous aide à continuer une vie significative et heureuse ici-bas jusqu’à ce que nous soyons à nouveau réunis. Que la bonne terre que tu as mise dans le coeur de ton fils soit aussi fertile que celle de l’Île et l’aide à créer son jardin de vie. Pour ceux qui le désirent un don peut être fait à la Fondation de la Maison Michel Sarrazin, 2101 Ch. St-Louis, Sillery G1T 1P5.

Pour renseignements: 663-9838

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Transcription – In Memoriam for Benoît Tardif (1919-2003)

Transcription – In Memoriam for Benoît Tardif (1919-2003)

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Transcription – In Memoriam for Benoît Tardif (1919-2003)

 

Benoît Tardif

In Memoriam and obituary for Benoit Tardif.
In Memoriam and obituary for Benoit Tardif.

époux de

feu Étianne Perreault

décédé le 20 septembre 2003
à l’âge de 83 ans et 9 mois
et inhumé le 23 septembre 2003
à Saints-Anges

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Transcription – In Memoriam and Obituary for Benoît Tardif (1919-2003)

Transcription – In Memoriam and Obituary for Benoît Tardif (1919-2003)

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Transcription – In Memoriam and Obituary for Benoît Tardif (1919-2003)

 

Obituary for Benoit Tardif.
Obituary for Benoit Tardif.

TARDIF Benoît

A l’hôpital Laval de Québec, le 20 septembre 2003, à l’âge de 83 ans et 9 mois, est dcédé M. Benoît Tardif, époux de feu Étianne Perreault. Il demaurait à Saints-Anges. Les funérailles ont eu lieu mardi le 23 septembre 2003 à 11h en l’église de Saints-Anges et de la au cimetière paroissial. La direction des funérailles a té confiée à la maison funéraire Nouvelle Vie Inc., St-Joseph. Il laisse dans le deuil ses enfants; Françoise (feu Jean-Guy Pouliot, Rolland Gagné), Roch (Jocelyne Faucher), Marthe, Pierre (Gisèle Turmel), feu Pierrette (Marcel Turmel, Estelle Berthiaume), feu Christiane (Aimé Drouin), Jean (Denise Lessard), Lucie (Renaud Poulin), Marie (Yves Thériault), feu Danielle (Pierre Poulin), ses 17 petits-enfants et 5 arrière-petits-enfants; il était le frère de feu Juliette (feu Adonias Perreault), feu Julien (Rita Grégoire), Paul-Émile (Denise Fecteau), il était le beau-frère de: feu Adélard (feu Adouilda Courtemanche), feu Alberta (feu Albert Vaillancourt), feu Yvonne (feu Joseph Grégoire), feu Gédéon (Rosa Vachon), feu Robert (Lucienne Bisson), feu Marie-Rose (Raymond Drouin, Cécile Perreault), feu Albert (feu Madeleine Doyon), feu Agathe (feu Adrien Tardif), feu Michel (Éloise Poulin); il laisse également dans le deuil plusieurs cousins, cousines, neveux, nièces et ami(e)s. Ses enfants remercient sincèrement tous les parents et ami(e)s qu ont mainfesté des marques de sympathie et d¸amitié soit par des offrandes de messes, cartes de sympathie, affiliations de prières, cons, fleurs, visites à la résidence funéraire et assistance aux funérailles. Que tous trouvent ici l’èxpression de notre reconnaissance et considerent ces remer-…. (this portion missing)

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Transcription: Daily Citizen of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Obituary for Ruth Halbman

Transcription: Daily Citizen of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Obituary for Ruth Halbman

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Obituary for Ruth Halbman

Ruth Halbman ObituaryDaily Citizen
Beaver Dam
August 1, 1996

Ruth Halbman

Ruth Halbman, 91, a resident of Hillside Manor, Beaver Dam, died Tuesday, July 30, 1996 at Hillside Manor.

The funeral will be Thursday, August 1, at 10 a.m. at the Murray Community Funeral Home, Beaver Dam. The Rev. David Peters will officiate. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Beaver Dam.

Mrs. Halbman was born March 3, 1905 in Beaver Dam, daughter of George and Eleanor (Jacobs) Keefer. She was married to Lloyd Halbman on June 30, 1946 in Beaver Dam.

She resided in Beaver Dam all of her life, worked at Weyenberg Shoe Co., Beaver Dam, for 35 years, and was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church, Beaver Dam.

Survivors include one sister, Erlyne Eisenbarth of Beaver Dam; two nephews, Don (Phyllis) Keefer and Hubert Keefer, both of Goleta, Calif.; grandnieces, grandnephews, other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband,  Lloyd; one brother, Herbert Keefer; one brother-in-law, Delbert Eisenbarth.

Friends may call on Thursday, Aug. 1, from 9:30 a.m. to the time of service, at the Murray Community Funeral Home, Beaver Dam.

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Transcription: Obituary for Ruth Halbman of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Transcription: Obituary for Ruth Halbman of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

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Obituary for Ruth Halbman

Ruth Halbman ObituaryRuth Halbman

BEAVER DAM – Ruth Halbman,  91, a resident of Hillside Manor in Beaver Dam, died on Tuesday, July 30, 1996, at the manor.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Murray Community Funeral Home in Beaver Dam with the Rev. David Peters officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Beaver Dam.

Friends and relatives may call to pay their respects at the funeral home Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service.

The former Ruth Keefer was born March 3, 1905 in Beaver Dam, daughter of George and Eleanor (Jacobs) Keefer. She married Lloyd Halbman in Beaver Dam on June 30, 1946. He preceded her in death.

Halbman had lived in Beaver  Dam all of her life. She had been employed at Weyenberg Shoe Company in Beaver Dam for 35 years and was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church.

Surviving are a sister, Erlyne Eisenbarth of Beaver Dam; two nephews; grandnieces and grandnephews, other relatives and friends.

She was further preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Herbert.

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Transcription: Obituary for Dr. A. D. Warner; Geauga County, Ohio

Transcription: Obituary for Dr. A. D. Warner; Geauga County, Ohio

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Obituary of Dr. A. D. Warner
Obituary of Dr. A. D. Warner

The following is my transcription of the obituary for Dr. A. D. Warner of Geauga County, Ohio.

 

Dr. A. D.Warner Taken By Death
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Dr. A. D. Warner, a prominent and life-long resident of Geauga county, passed away at his home in Burton, O., Saturday at the age of 78 years.

He was born at Chester, O., October 23, 1816 and married to Phila Belle Dines in 1868. To this union were born three children, Elmer of Cleveland, Wilbur of Burton and Harold of Painesville, Mrs. Warner died in 1898.

The deceased leaves besides the present widow and three sons, four grand-children and a host of friends to mourn their loss.

Masonic funeral services will be held from the Congregational church at Burton, O., Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock. Burial will be made in Briar Hill cemetery.

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Transcription: Ohio Death Records, Kirby – Kirk, Page 871

Transcription: Ohio Death Records, Kirby – Kirk, Page 871

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The following is my transcription of the Ohio Death Records for Kirby – Kirk, page 871.

 

John Wesley Kirk Death Record
Ohio death records index listing John Wesley Kirk.

OHIO DEATH RECORDS, Page 871, Kirby – Kirk

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Page No. 871
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DEATH INDEX
NAME OF DECEASED   /   COUNTY/CITY  /  CO.  CITY CODE   /  VOL. NO.   /   CERTIFICATE  /  DATE OF BIRTH  (Mo./Day/Yr.)
Kirby Ada M            Twp        100        10317        21845        4/13/3
Kirby Anne I            Cleve        181        10500        67531        11/16/3
Kirby Blanche B            Cleve        181        10498        67147        11/4/3
Kirby Bridget            Cleve        181        10528        74747        12/21/3
Kirby Bruce            Warren        781        10490        65198        10/25/3
Kirby Cynthia Ann        Twp        880        10312        20642        3/19/3
Kirby Edwin       Elyria       472       10509      69842      11/27/3
Kirby James W Galpols 271 10444 53602 8/8/3
Kirby Lawrence H Lakewd 182 10501 67957 11/22/3
Kirby Rachael Jane Vil 830 10449 53156 8/26/3

Kirby Webster L        Twp        830        10255        6261        1/8/3
Kirchdorfer Elmer O        Twp        570        10388        39609        6/24/3
Kirchenhauer Edwin F        Twp        810        10315        21340        3/28/3
Kirchendorfer Evelyn        Cleve        181        10493        65886        10/29/3
Kirchner Anna E        Akron        771        10253        5809        1/5/3
Kirchner Emma            Cleve        181        10319        22348        4/3/3
Kirchner George Mason    Stebvil        411        10540        77543        12/22/3
Kirchner Hazel F        Akron        771        10489        64970        10/17/3
Kirchner Herman Geo        Cols        251        10238        2093        1/5/3
Kirchschlager Fredrick        Twp        450        10420        47638        7/21/3
Kiriakidis Stiliano        Cleve        181        10527        74388        12/11/3
Kirian William            Toledo        481        10483        63257        10/1/3
Kirk Alice Lee            Cols        251        10452        55704        9/2/3
Kirk Andrew S            Toledo        481        10483        63257        10/1/3
Kirk Anna L            Salem        152        10447        54391        9/11/3
Kirk Benjamin            Cleve        181        10499        67446        11/13/3
Kirk Cilla            Cleve        181        10349        29993        5/20/3
Kirk Cora Bee            Cinti        311        10455        56414        9/16/3
Kirk Cordelia            Akron        771        10552        80540        12/13/3
Kirk Effie Anne            Twp        300        10240        2682        1/1/3
Kirk Genevieve Theresa    Lakewd        182        10237        1827        1/10/3
Kirk Harold E            Toledo        481        10359        32440        5/31/3
Kirk Harriet A            Cleve        181        10426        49015        8/13/3
Kirk Henry Reigle        Vil        10        10421        47890        8/23/3
Kirk James Thos        Bexley        252        10240        2501        1/19/3
Kirk John Wesley        Twp        120        10443        53476        8/17/3
Kirk Mary Eleanor        Vil        230        10476        61546        10/31/3
Kirk Patrick F            Oakwood    572        10306        19105        3/24/3
Kirk Phoebe            Cols        251        10404        43729        7/27/3
Kirk Richard            Vil        310        10256        6682        1/25/3
Kirk Roy E            Cosh        161        10525        73806        12/23/3

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