Matches 101 to 150 of 6936
|101||LDS Sealed to Spouse Temple Imported:L||Family: F5259610689
|102||Marriage Beginning Status:Friends||Family: F5259605393
|103||Marriage guess based on date and age of wife.||Family: F5350808272
|104||Marriage is a guess based on place and age at time of marriage for Palmer.||Family: F5350799172
|105||Marriage is recorded in Volume 4 of Macoupin County marriage records, license number 1805. Source is Page 4, 215 of the Illinois Marriage Record Index of the Illinois State Genealogical Society, Run Date 12/11/1996. Report lists wife as "Mrs. Meliscent Caudle".||Family: F5259527328
|106||Marriage is recorded in Volume 4 of Macoupin County marriage records, license number 1805. Source is Page 4, 215 of the Illinois Marriage Record Index of the Illinois State Genealogical Society, Run Date 12/11/1996. Report lists wife as "Mrs. Meliscent Caudle".||Family: F5259527328
|107||Marriage took place at the Kjaerup parsonage. Svend Larsen|
Diernes,Karoline's brother, signe d the marriage record.
|108||Marriage was done by a priest and Perkins was disowned by the Quakers.||Family: F5350798944
|109||Married at Bellflower Brethren Church located at 9405 E. FlowerBellflower, Ca. 90706||Family: F1068927038
|110||Name: Sophia Prass |
Marriage Date: 1879
Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York
Certificate Number: 4118
Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624
46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat
Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl
Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
Publication Place: New York, NY
|111||Note: This marriage is just a guess based on location (SD) and age at time of marriage (26 in 1909), and it being the only Tillie listing at the right age.||Family: F5350799171
|112||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family: F16053348876
|113||Passenger list for the Bowditch:|
ID 47173119 Anders Gunersen 35 M Farmer - 2 Boxes
ID 47174120 Gens Gunersen 19 M
ID 47175121 Gunner Gunersen 17 M
ID 47176122 Christian Gunersen 5 M
ID 47177123 Nils Gunersen 4 mos M
ID 47178124 Ann Gunersen 38 F Domestic
ID 47179125 Ann Gunersen 19 F
ID 47180126 Beater Gunersen 17 F
ID 47181127 Mary Gunersen 16 F
ID 47182128 Karen Gunersen
|114||Potential hit on 1860 US Census: Elizabeth Cramlet, age 50, living with a John Cramlet, age 12, in Keene, Ohio. Likewise in the 1870 US Census, but add in a new wife for John named Sarah.||Family: F5260013961
|115||Rachel m.15Aug1719 Joseph Burson at Perqueoman,Philadelphia,Pa. (known as Gilbert's Manor) |
|116||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006416.||Family: F1047625064
|117||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006416.||Family: F5259723791
|118||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006417.||Family: F11
|119||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006417.||Family: F2593282362
|120||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006417.||Family: F2593225023
|121||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006417. John noted as "John B Cummins"||Family: F1068927023
|122||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006418.||Family: F1047625063
|123||Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006420.||Family: F1047630824
|124||Ref Book 1, Misc Marriages bef 1699|
DUNHAM, Jonathan, m. Mary COBB, 15 Oct 1657, Plymouth, Ma.
|125||Ref Book 1, Misc Marriages bef 1699|
DUNHAM, Jonathan, m. Mary DELANO, 29 Nov 1655, Plymouth, Ma.
|126||Ref Book 1, Misc Marriages bef 1699|
DUNHAM, Joseph, m. Mercy MORTON, 18 Nov 1657, Plymouth, Ma.
|127||Ref Book 1, Misc Marriages bef 1699|
DUNHAM, Samuel, m. Sarah WATSON, 15 Jan 1693, Plymouth, Ma.
|128||Residence: 7210 Grove Ave. Oakwood Village, OH|
|129||Rita Pilotti of 22816 S. Austin, Ripon, California . Her Data states Henry and Cecilia were married in Troy, ILL.||Family: F1047654086
|130||Samuel Wallis's will made in 1807 gives Hannah's married name as Bordley.||Family: F5350798333
|131||Samuel Wallis's will mentions a sister Hannah Bordley.|
KE Administrative Accounts liber 7 folio 212 names Hannah's husband as Stephen Bordley.
|132||See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-1562446 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificate.||Family: F539541133
|133||See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-1562446 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificate.|
|134||Shortly after the FORTUNE arrived at Plymouth in 1621, a shallop from the ship SPARROW, which Had arrive in Damaris Cove. In this little vessel were ten men, who came to select a site for another plantation; Phineas Pratt was one of them, Joshua Pratt, probably the brother of Phineas, and like him, unmarried, arrived at Plymouth in the ANNE in the summer of 1623. Most of those who came in thes ship and in the LITTLE JAMES were friends and relatives of the Plymouth settlers. During the year 1623 there was a division of the land at Plymouth, under three groups: those who came in the MAY FLOWER, those who came in the FORTUNE, and those who came in the ANNE. As part of the last group, Phineas and Joshua received two acres. Since Phineas did not come by any of those vessels, the probability is that he was the brother of Joshua and put with that group to make the division complete. In 1624 the settlers of Plymouth were divided into twelve companies of thirteen persons each. Joshua and Phineas were assigned to Francis Cooke.|
He was appointed a surveyor on January 3, 1627, along with William Bradford, Edward Winslow, John Howland, Francis Cooke and Edward Bangs. He was mentioned in the cattle division of June 1, 1627, when he was a member of Francis Cooke's company which received "the least of the four black heifers came in the JACOB." He was a freeman at the time of the incorporation of Plymouth in 1633, and in April of that year he was foreman of the jury, as well as Constable in 1633, 1636, 1637. On December 4, 1638 he was again sworn in as Constable and the Court gave him the duties of measuring lands and the sealing of weights and measures.
*Reference: Clemens, 176; NEHGR 9:314; Plymouith Colony Records, 1:3, 12, 105; Pratt, Simon Newcomb, "Founders of Early American Families", pamphlet, 1917, reprint 1938; MD 14:113, 18:56; Peirce's Colonial Lists; Goodwin, John, "The Pilgrim Republic",292-3; Rev. Sherwood Anderson Davis, "Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth", 209; Plymouth Colony Records, 8:17, "Ancestors and Descendants of Minnie Hale Gorton" by Carolyn C. Volpe, p. 108-110.
|135||SOURCE: Tioga County Herald-- Tuesday 30 March 1847-- Married in Delmar on Sunday evening last, by Philemon Culver, Esq., Mr. Elmer Bacon Jr. of Charleston to Miss Sarah Johnson of Delmar.|
Facts about this marriage:
|136||The marriage record in the Lild Parish Register is signed by|
OleNielsen, Mariane's father, an d Lars Christian Nielsen,
husband of Lars'aunt Caspara Larsen Djernes.
|137||The marriage record reads Kjarup Parsonage. Lars Vabesgaard|
Djernesand Lars Nielsen Tuul (? ) signed the parish marriage
|138||The marriage record was signed by Peder Thomassen, Helene's|
father,and Svend Larsen Diernes , Lars' elder brother.
|139||The marriage took place at Kjaerup Parish. The record was|
signed byThomas Lune (?) and Sven d Diernes, Christian's
|140||The marriage took place at Kjaerup. The record is signed by|
|141||The parish marriage record was signed by Christen Vabesgaard|
andJens Jensen Dommerby.
|142||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Family: F7975166106
|143||This marriage is listed in the 1910 census between a 14 year old and a 9 year old. I'm doubting the reality, here.||Family: F8026657007
|144||this marriage was annulled, as he already had a wife in Paris||Family: F8026638595
|145||Witnesses: Michael Barrett and Elizabeth Fitzgerald||Family: F5260024182
"Daniel Clark and Ruth Strumbaugh" were married by Jas. Robertson AM.
According to Dorothy Weiser Seale's Mat(t)hias Milestones, as of 1984 Thelma and Lee resided in Hutchinson, Kansas where Lee was a retired businessman and farmer.
According to Koontz Family researcher, the following were also children of William and Catharine: Matilda, born circa 1834; Madison, born 8 Oct 1840; John A., born circa 1848; Mary A., born circa 1851; Silvey G., born Oct 1852; and Olver G., born circa 1853. I have yet to find other evidence to support these as other children of Catharine and William thus far.
According to the Columbiana County marriage records, "John Stombaugh and Barbary Smith" were married by Jacob Stombaugh "Minister of the Gospel"
According to the Cuyahoga County, Ohio Probate Court, their marraige record is in Volume 78, page 488.