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51 1910 US Census residence is Boston Ward 21, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts Family: F5350499745
 
52 1910 US Census residence is Highland, Minnehaha Co., South Dakota Family: F5350497797
 
53 1910 US Census residence is Porter, Yellow Medicine Co., Minnesota. Listed as Carl and Serim B. Family: F5350499115
 
54 1910 US Census residence is Salem Ward 4, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Listed as Welles H and Louisa R. Family: F5350502619
 
55 1910 US Census residence is Winchester, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Family: F5350499728
 
56 1915 Iowa Census has an Ida Rink, 16 year old schoolteacher, living and working in Dawson, Green Co.  With the differing birth dates, I don't know how she fits in. Family: F8026638932
 
57 1920 Census lists address as 206 16th St. Smith Township, Ohio.  
58 1920 US Census residence is Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Listed as Willis H and Louisa K Ropa. No children living with them. Family: F5350502619
 
59 1920 US Census residence is Fargo Ward 6, Cass Co., North Dakota. Listed as Fred and Tillie Van Tassel. Family: F5350499120
 
60 1920 US Census residence is Highland, Minnehaha Co., South Dakota Family: F5350497797
 
61 1920 US Census residence is Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin Co., Minnesota Family: F5350499011
 
62 1920 US Census residence is New Orleans Ward 11, Orleans Co., Louisiana  
63 1920 US Census residence is Porter, Yellow Medicine Co., Minnesota. Listed as Charles and Bertha. Family: F5350499115
 
64 1920 US Census residence is Smyrna, Kent Co., Delaware. Martha R, Helen C and Clarence living together.
1900 US Census residence is Smyrna, Kent Co., Delaware. Listed as Erma R Ringgold with sons J Cummins Ringgold and Clarence Ringgold.
1880 US Census residence is Kent Island, Queen Anne's County, Maryland. 
 
65 1920 US Census residence is Upper Darby, Delaware Co., Pennsylvania
1930 US Census residence is Upper Darby, Delaware, Pennsylvania. William living alone with Harriet 
 
66 1920 US Census residence is Winchester, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Family: F5350499728
 
67 1930 US Census residence is Fargo, Cass Co., North Dakota. Listed as Fred C and Tillie Vantassel Family: F5350499120
 
68 1930 US Census residence is Hayti, Hamlin Co., South Dakota. Listed as Harry A and Serma R Gunderson. Family: F5350499125
 
69 1930 US Census residence is Highland, Minnehaha Co., South Dakota Family: F5350497797
 
70 1930 US Census residence is Morris, Stevens Co., Minnesota Family: F5350499011
 
71 1930 US Census residence is Queens, Queens, New York.
1920 US Census residence is Queens Assembly District 4, Queens, New York. Listed as Geo E Valley and Edith with "Goe E" first-born child. 
 
72 1930 US Census residence is Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Listed as Willis H, a single Roomer. Family: F5350502619
 
73 1930 US Census residence is Winchester, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Frances noted as Head of household. Family: F5350499728
 
74 2 Living descendants Family: F539540978
 
75 3 Living FOX Family: F539540956
 
76 3 other Living children. Family: F5350799213
 
77 4 Living children
 
Family: F5350799214
 
78 6 LIVING Descendants Family: F539540977
 
79
Notes #1 Parents: The Dolbec family Even if the patronym of Dolbec is not very widespread today in the area of Montreal, the presence of this family in Quebec is very old. The first of the name on this side of the Atlantic, François Dolbec, wire of Jacques and Colette Delonde, is originating in the parish of Notre-Dame d' Evrecy in Normandy, in the current department of the Apple-brandy. It married Anne Masse in Quebec on August 19, 1675. Their Jean-François son, born in 1692, settles with Saint-Augustin-of-Desmaures, close to Quebec, then with Holy-Anne-of-the-Pérade, in the area of Trois-Rivièresoù the family remains there during three generations. First Dolbec to be established in Saint-Eustace is fifth generation. Charles Dolbec, wire of Charles and Marie-Queen Barrel, is born with Pérade on November 26, 1778. He becomes merchant-general with Saint-Eustace, but fate will be baited on him and its attempts to found a family. In November 1812, it marries Claire Barsalou with the church of Saint-Eustace. On January 18, 1815, the latter gives rise to a fore-mentioned girl Marie-Odélie.La mother and the girl however will not survive a long time, since Claire Barsalou dies on February 4, the 19 years age, and her daughter on February 19. But lesépreuves is not finished for Charles. In October 1815 it marries, always with Saint-Eustace, Marie-Suzanne Masson, girl of Antoine and Suzanne Payfer and sister of Joseph, who will become lord of Terrebonne. The following year, Marie-Suzanne gives rise to a son, Jean-baptiste, who dies in 1817 at the nine months age. She is again pregnant in 1818, but she dies in layers, with her child. In six years, Charles thus lost two wives and four children. In December 1824, it marries Rosalie Payfer, after having obtained an exemption of monseigneur Octave Plessis, bishop of Quebec, since this one is the cousin of his second wife. This marriage are born Angélique, which will marry Doctor Louis-Maurice the Jordan, surgeon, Louise and Charles, who will become lawyer. In addition to being a merchant, Charles Dolbec specializes in the purchase and the resale of potash. Extracted ashes of the stocks of trees which were cut during the grubbing of the grounds, it was sold especially in England like manure. The Clerc's Offices of the notaries of Saint-Eustace are filled with contracts by which Charles bought potash of the farmers of the parish. July 1833, become sick, it writes its will and bequeaths its goods to his children. It names another merchant of Saint-Eustace like executor, Jean-baptiste Proulx says Clément. When it dies in 1834, it is Proulx which goes manages its goods, in the name of the minor heirs. In the years 1850, the children of Charles father reach their majority and realize that Proulx wasted their fortune. Two lawsuits are necessary, in Higher Court in 1853 then in Court of Appeal in 1856, in order to allow Louise and Angélique to recover the dowry necessary to their marriage! Charles Dolbec wire, become lawyer, is elected third mayor of the village of Saint-Eustace in 1852 and will remain it until 1857. In 1853, it marries Éléonore Charon, girl of Ambroise and Émilie Paquin, with Saint-Eustace. The couple has several girls who marry in Saint-Eustace: Marie-Louise-Éléonore, who marries Charles-Henri Lefebvre de Bellefeuille in 1878; Marie, who marries Moïse Lemire in 1891; Caroline, who marries Albert Lecavalier in 1902; and Cecile, who marries Gaston Lefebvre de Bellefeuille in 1907. Let us note that Cécile married the nephew of her Charles-Henri brother-in-law. The genealogical Institute Drouin states wrongly that the families Dolbec and Delpéedit Pariseau (become Dalpé and Parizeau) are same stock. It is a coarse error, having both of the different ancestors. Seek and text: Marc-Gabriel Vallières Company of Genealogy of Saint-Eustace Collaboration Francoise Martel Turgeon
 
 
80 A Samuel Pratt (and wife) are buried in Waterford Cemetery, Buckhorn, Jackson Co., Iowa.  No dates listed.  Waterford is where Minerva, George W, Altyra, and George's son Alfred are buried.  There is no particular grave for Rebecca. Family: F8026638504
 
81 According to Ancestry member janemccann47, all 3 boys were abandoned at the Hannibal train station by their birth mother and adopted into different families. Family: F8026691104
 
82 According to Mahoning County, Ohio Divorces 1846 - 1887, abstracted by William Tatnall Powers in 1992, Mahoning County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society, Mahoning County, Ohio, 1993, Jesse was the plantiff in his divorce from Mary E. on 27 January 1866 in Mahoning County, Ohio (page 7). Jesse'e pension application includes a certified copy of the divorce decree as it was received in March, 1913. The divorce was granted in Youngstown, Ohio to Jesse.  
83 Alternate Date: 4 Dec 1659  
84 Annulled on 4 December 1344 by Papal mandate, supposedly on the grounds that they were married during their minority, and without their consent. The reality is that the Earl probably wished to be rid of his wife, who had no value to him after her father's attainder and exectution Family: F16053348552
 
85 Annulment Family: F16053349581
 
86 Banns: 11 Nov 1860 Family: F539541140
 
87 C--- Koldkjar and Christen Kold Diernes signed the marriage
record in the parish records. The marriage took place at the
Kjerup parsonage. 
Family: F5350499000
 
88 Contrat de mariage, Résumé des actes du greffe du notaire Charles Mentor Lebrun 1833-1899

Acte no 2360

Olivier Vallée cultivatuer, fils majeur de François VAllée et de feu Marguerite Niding d'une part et de Pierre Maheu cultivateur et Marie Amyot son épouse stipulant pour Euprasine Maheu leur fille mineure d'autre part, 
Family: F7975172677
 
89 Delaware Marriages, 1645-1899 Record lists marriage as 1 Jan 1840, Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006417.  Family: F1047625061
 
90 Delaware Marriages, 1645-1899 Record lists marriage as 1 Jan 1840, Record of this marriage may be found at the Family History Library under microfilm reference number(s) 0006417. Family: F1047625061
 
91 Divorce decree issued Tuesday, July 19th, 1955, number 581610
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri 
 
92 Divorced after the Death of their first child Michael. Jason had never seen death before his son died and they just couldn't pull it together after he died.

SOURCE: Photo album in the possession of Teena Jennings/Scoles upon the death of Sylvia.

Facts about this marriage:

Divorce Filed August 19, 1960
divorce final Cert# 18959

Alt. Divorce Filed
Orofino, Idaho
 
Family: F1047653997
 
93 Earl was 38 years old and Ethel was 16 when they got married. Ethel was only 10 years older than Eleanore.


BACONS WED 50 YEARS SET FETE
SOURCE: SEATTLE DAILY TIMES


Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Bacon 3725 University Way, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 1 to 5 PM at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Einar Brastad, 10224-44th Ave. S.W.

The Bacons were married May 18,1910 in Algona.

Bacon was born in Wisconsin and farmed in South Dakota before moving to the White river Valley in 1907 where he was a dairy farmer. He was a steam engineer for a number of years and owned a grocery store in Seattle before he retired in 1953.

Mrs. Bacon was born in Missouri and moved to Algona as a young girl.

The Bacons have three daughters. Mrs. Brastad and Mrs. Everett H. Pool and Mrs. Walter England, both of Seattle, also three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 
Family: F1047654073
 
94 Facts about this marriage:

Alt. Marriage June 29, 1837
Delmar Twp, Tioga County Pa. near Wellsboro
 
 
95 Facts about this marriage:

Church
St. James Church
 
Family: F1047654980
 
96 Gwynedd Monthly Meeting Minutes for 1721

" 2dly Conrad CONRAD & Anne BURSON declared their Intentions of Marriage wth each other the 2nd time and by acct recd matters being found Clear they are left their liberty to Consumate their Intentions Edward MORGAN and James HAMER are Appointed to See that their Marriage by Orderly Accomplished."
 
Family: F5260024404
 
97 I'm not confident with this family connection between Mary "Polly" Higgins and Uriah.

I've discarded the 1755 date of birth for Mary as given by Dick Dutton and his GEDCOM from 1999, as this does not match up with Uriah's age, and makes her really old to be having 7 children. 
Family: F8026638495
 
98 Invalid sealing-to-spouse temple code: Dns.

Invalid sealing-to-spouse temple code: Dns.

Invalid sealing-to-spouse temple code: Dns.

Line in Record @F26251@ (MRIN 14300) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
_STAT MARRIED


Invalid sealing-to-spouse temple code: Dns.

Invalid sealing-to-spouse temple code: Dns.

Invalid sealing-to-spouse temple code: Dns. 
 
99 It's noteworthy that Russel and Mary were married by Abraham Lincoln, Justice of the Peace for Hancock County, Illinois. Family: F5260037963
 
100 Ken and Hannah were divorced between 1901 and 1907, probably in Columbiana County, Ohio. Family: F7975165561
 

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