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5501 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Erwin Adler Fox
Name:
Erwin Adler Fox          
City:Huntington          
County:Wayne          
State:West Virginia          
Birthplace:Ohio          
Birth Date:19 Jul 1896          
FHL Roll Number:1992487          
DraftBoard:1           
FOX Erwin Adler, Sr. (I11477)
 
5502 World War II

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
about Cleveland A Hite
Name:Cleveland A Hite          
Birth Year:1915          
Race:White, citizen (White)          
Nativity State or Country:Virginia          
State of Residence:Virginia          
County or City:Surry          
         
Enlistment Date:20 Sep 1940          
Enlistment State:Virginia          
Enlistment City:Langley Field          
Branch:Corps of Engineers          
Branch Code:Corps of Engineers          
Grade:Private          
Grade Code:Private          
Term of Enlistment:Three year enlistment          
Component:Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)          
Source:Civil Life          
         
Education:1 year of high school          
Civil Occupation:Semiskilled cranemen, derrickmen, hoistmen, and shovelmen          
Marital Status:Single, without dependents          
Height:67          
Weight:139          
 
HITE Cleveland Alvin (I934)
 
5503 WW II Draft Registration From Ancestry.com

Asa Bernard Johnson
303 Lafayette Ave.
Colonial Heights, VA
62 years old. Birthdate Sept. 25,1879
Birth: Surry County, Virginia
Wife: Mrs. Cornelia Harrison Johnson

Self-employed
A. B. JOHNSON'S GROCERY
627 Grove Avenue
Petersburg, VA

SIGNED A. B. Johnson

The painted name of this grocery was and may still be visible on the side of the actual grocery or a nearby brick building. The actual grocery store was at 627 Grove Avenue. 
JOHNSON Asa Bernard, Sr. (I2910)
 
5504 WW-II GWALTNEY Orville Lee, Sr. (I931)
 
5505 WW-II PECK Dudley Lee (I4424)
 
5506 WW-II soldier and married an english lady GOODRICH James Lawrence, Sr. (I977)
 
5507 www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/4575/Walton. Date -- Kathy Oathout's World Connect Gedcom: born 21 April 1756. WALTON Salley (I5716)
 
5508 Wythe, Virginia, USA FOSTER Margaret (I8176)
 
5509 Year: 1850; Census Place: District 43, Nicholas, Virginia; Roll M432_963; Page: 350A; Image: 262MCCUTCHEON Robert Washington (I5845)
 
5510 Yes it sure dose! Richard Granville Chappell was my Grandmothers Great Grandfather although I have his birth as being something different but i think my Grandmother May have had some incorrect dates. Here is some of what I have in the direct line from John Chappell. I have just started to enter data into a family tree on the computer am feeling a little overwhelmed by the task i have ahead of me!

Name: Richard Granville Chappell was
Birth: 1808?? Amelia Va
Death: .... Charlotte


Married: 1831?? in Charlotte to

Mary E Bell
DOB:1812?? in Charlotte



Son

Name: Washington Bell Chappell
Birth: 9 October 1841 in Charlotte
Death: 20 March 1902 in Mount Pleasant Va (he was a member of pickets division that charged on cemetery hill in Gettysburg)

Married: 3 March 1872 in Millwood Prince Edward Co Va to

Name: Willie Rosa Scott
Birth 17 September 1847 in Millwood Va

Son

Name: William Edmond Chappell
Birth: 18 December 1872 in Charlotte
Death: 3 September 1963 Forest lawn Richmond Va

Married: 18 April 1899 Waldo Prince Edward Va

Name: Janie Bass Staples
Birth: 9 January 1876 Waldo Prince Edward Va
Death: 20 July 1964


Daughter

Name: Inez Chappell
Birth: 10 April 1917 Meherrin Va
Death:

Married:21 September 1941 to Meherrin Va

Otho Linwood Thompson
Birth: 17th October 1916 Painter Va
Death: 7 July 1966 Pocomoke Md


Daughter

Donna-Lyn Thompson
Birth:6 June 1950 Md

Daughter
Name Ocean Sarah Inez Thompson
Birth : 12 September 1984 Angourie N.S.W Australia

Married: 4 December 2003 Brisbane QLD Ausralia

Name: Chris Wemyss
Birth: 26 October 1984 Blackall Q.L.D Australia

Son
Name: Caly Hudson Wemyss
Birth: 15 August 2012 Brisbane Q.L.D Australia

Thank you so much for the information!
kind Regards
Ocean



Hi Gene,
I am currently in Brisbane Australia as my mother migrated here with my father before I was born. My mother was born in Maryland in 1950. From what my Grandmother has left me John (twin to James) was left Amelia Plantation when his father died
Johns Son Richard Graville Chappell was my grandmothers Great Grandfather and was born in Amelia Va in 1808. Everything I have is in a book that was written by my grandmother in 1941. I am yet to do further research on both sides of my family but am happy to give you anything I have and find. How would you like me to send you the information?
Kind Regards
Ocean 
CHAPPELL Richard Graville (I12127)
 
5511 York Co, VA Deeds, Orders, Wills Book 10 p 386.
Mr. Robert Hay and John Hayward being at the house of Mrs. Margrett Booth 21 February 1696/97 did hear Mrs. Margrett Booth make a verball will. She gave to Mary Tomer daughter of Mr. John Tomer all her wearing lining and one silver box with a diamond ring in it and did say that the diamond ring cost 5 in England. And she gave to Mary Tomer one paire of sheets. her table lining shee gave between John Tomer and his sister Mary Tomer. All the rest of her estate to be equally shared between John Tomer and Mary Tomer except one young mare shee gave to the said Hope Tomer and the old mare to Mary Tomer. Signed: Robert Hay, John Sheppard. 24 March 1696/97. Proved in Court by both the witnesses. 
CHAPMAN Mrs Margaret Thomas (I20)
 
5512 York Co, VA Deeds, Orders, Wills Book 9 p 130
In the Name of God Amen, I Willm Booth being very weak of body but of perfect sent & mind and memory do ordain this my Last Will & Testament to be in manner and form followeth. First I bequeath my soul to God whose goodness in certain hope of salvation...To my daughter Elizabeth Nutting all such monys and goods as are in the hands of Mr. Edward Calthorpe in Southwarke adjacent to London, the quantity and sume not knowne. To Booth Nutting my seal ring as alsoe my roysussold ring to inlarge itt and my silver hat band. Two thirds of my personal estate to the foure daughters of Thomas Nutting and Elizabeth his wife, to witt Mary, Elizabeth, Hope, Katherine, the division to be made immediately after the probate of this will from my wife's thirds and shee to give an inventory of the whole estate upon oath to the Court and to remaine in the executor's hands till such time as he shall think fitt to devide itt amongst them. If any one of them should dye, the survivors to enjoy the share. As for my land, I give two thirds to Booth Nutting with all benefitts as houseing, fenceing, orchards, and that the division of the two thirds from my wife's third be imediately after the probate of the will, and the land remain in the occupation of the executor until Booth Nutting shall be att the age of one and twenty. In case he dyeth without heirs then Mary Nutting to enjoy the land and soe successively to the next or as many as my daughter hath or shall have. After my wife's decease the other third of the land to be Booth Nutting's. My loveing son in law Thomas Nutting executor. Willm Booth. Test: Thomas Curson, John Moore, John Pond. York County May 24th 1692, proved in Court by the oath of all the witnesses and ordered to be admitted. 
BOOTH William (I19)
 
5513 York Co, VA Records 1659 - 1662 p. 85.
In Oct. 1859 it was ordered that Edward Creeke pay Mrs. Frances Bouth, widow and Adm'x of Mr.
Robert Bouth, dec'd 535 lbs, the remainder of a greater debt. Judgment this day ordered agst Creeke.

York Co, VA Records 1659 - 1662 p. 126
Certificate is granted to Mrs. Frances Bouth for 2000 acres of land for importation of 40 persons into
this colony, vizt: George Williams, Henry Bowles, Elizabeth Broadrock, Cornelius Lowers, Melior
Bles, Robert Heton, Robert Monroe, William Kelliman, William Monroe, Saunders Smith, John
Bankes, Richard Woebshoute, John Bankes, John Monroe, Robert Jones, Reuben Asborne, Richard
Deverell, Henry Price, Thomas Tailor, Thomas Perine, Mary Gardner, Maudlin Frith, Frances Sibella
Darby, Margaret Powell, John Fulcher, Robert Atkins, Rice Robert Whitaker, John Wattills, Stephen
Cowgells, Robert Porter. (first 20 assigned to William Hichman)

York Co, VA Records 1665 - 1672 p. 305. Francis Booth, age 49 says that mr. Thomas Reade,
Undersheriff, coming to Mr. Patrick Napier's to receive his levies, after much discourse about payment,
Reade told Napier that in case he should pay him elsewhere, he did utterly disclaim the hogshead that
he then received and would have nothing to do with it. Signed: Fra. Booth. 24 June 1668. Eleanor
Booth, age 19, says same as above. Elnor Booth. 29 June 1668.

Other name for her:
ID: P-896102450 Sex: F RIN: 142 Name: Frances Burgress 1 Birth: 1609 in England 1 Death: 1668 in York County, Virginia 1 Birth: York County, Virginia 1609 1 Birth: York County, Virginia 1620 1 2



Father: Thomas Gibson
Mother: Elizabeth ?

Marriage 1Robert Booth b: 1605 in Belle Ville, Gloucester County, Virginia
     Married: 1638 in York County, Virginia 1
     Married: England 1638 1
     Married: 1647 in York County, Virginia 3
Children
Elizabeth Booth b: 1643 in York County, Virginia 
GIDEONS Francis (Frances) (I6)
 
5514 York Co, VA Records 1665 - 1672 p. 305. Francis Booth, age 49 says that mr. Thomas Reade, Undersheriff, coming to Mr. Patrick Napier's to receive his levies, after much discourse about payment, Reade told Napier that in case he should pay him elsewhere, he did utterly disclaim the hogshead that he then received and would have nothing to do with it. Signed: Fra. Booth. 24 June 1668. Eleanor Booth, age 19, says same as above. Elnor Booth. 29 June 1668. BOOTH Eleanor (I29)
 
5515 York Co, VA Will Book 18, 230. BOOTH Elizabeth (I55)
 
5516 York County Court Orders
Book # 15, Page 374
The Last Lill and Testament of JOHN POND was presented in court by ELIZABETH POND the executrix therein named, who made oath to it. And being proved by the oaths of ANTHONY LAMB and MARK CROSS witnesses thereto, it is admitted to record and the said ELIZABETH having together with WILLIAM WISE her security, entered into a bond for her just and faithful administration on the said POND'S estate (with bond acknowledged is admitted to record) and on her motion a certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.

York County Court Orders
Book # 15, Page 382, January 19, 1718
Know all men by these presents that we ELIZABETH POND and WILLIAM WISE of the county of York are held firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of the county aforesaid in the sum of fifty pounds sterling payable to the said Justices, their heirs and successors or some of them. To them which payment will and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and every us, our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally bound firmly by these presents sealed with our seals dated this 19th day of January 1718.
The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bonded ELIZABETH POND, executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JOHN POND deceased do make and cause to be made true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods , chattels and credits of the said JOHN POND deceased which have of shall come into the possession of any other person or persons for her and the same to make do, exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the county court of York. At such time she shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same goods, chattels, codicils and all other goods, chattels and credits of the said JOHN POND deceased at the time of his death which at any time after shall come to the hand and possession of her the said ELIZABETH POND or into the hand and possession of any other person or persons for her to well and truly administer according to law. And further to make a true and just account of her acting and doing therein when thereto required by the said court and also pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament as far as the goods, chattels and credits will thereto extend according to the value thereof and the law shall charge her. Then this obligation to be void or due to remain in full force and virtue.
ELIZABETH X POND (mark & seal)
WILLIAM WISE (seal)[Bulls, Buhls & Thornton Family.FTW]

[John and Judith Pond Descendants.FTW]

York County Court Orders
Book # 15, Page 374
The Last Lill and Testament of JOHN POND was presented in court by ELIZABETH POND the executrix therein named, who made oath to it. And being proved by the oaths of ANTHONY LAMB and MARK CROSS witnesses thereto, it is admitted to record and the said ELIZABETH having together with WILLIAM WISE her security, entered into a bond for her just and faithful administration on the said POND'S estate (with bond acknowledged is admitted to record) and on her motion a certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.

York County Court Orders
Book # 15, Page 382, January 19, 1718
Know all men by these presents that we ELIZABETH POND and WILLIAM WISE of the county of York are held firmly bound unto the Worshipful Justices of the county aforesaid in the sum of fifty pounds sterling payable to the said Justices, their heirs and successors or some of them. To them which payment will and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and every us, our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally bound firmly by these presents sealed with our seals dated this 19th day of January 1718.
The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bonded ELIZABETH POND, executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JOHN POND deceased do make and cause to be made true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods , chattels and credits of the said JOHN POND deceased which have of shall come into the possession of any other person or persons for her and the same to make do, exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the county court of York. At such time she shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same goods, chattels, codicils and all other goods, chattels and credits of the said JOHN POND deceased at the time of his death which at any time after shall come to the hand and possession of her the said ELIZABETH POND or into the hand and possession of any other person or persons for her to well and truly administer according to law. And further to make a true and just account of her acting and doing therein when thereto required by the said court and also pay and deliver all the legacies contained and specified in the said Testament as far as the goods, chattels and credits will thereto extend according to the value thereof and the law shall charge her. Then this obligation to be void or due to remain in full force and virtue.
ELIZABETH X POND (mark & seal)
WILLIAM WISE (seal)

Elizabeth either died in Charles Parrish or Southampton County. 
POND Elizabeth ?? (I1508)
 
5517 York County, Va


The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 4 (Apr., 1897), pp. 230-240 :
Mr. Thomas Booth, in Gloucester county, a justice of the peace for many years and considerable merchant. Nov. 5. 
BOOTH Thomas (I28)
 
5518 York County, Virginia Court Records Book 16, Page 215-216
In the Name of God Amen, I WILLIAM WISE of York County & Charles Parish in the
Colony of Virginia being very weak of body but in perfect mind and memory (thanks to
Almighty God) do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and
from following, That is to say. First and principally, I commend my soul into the hands of
Almighty God hoping that the merits of my blessed Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to enjoy
perfect joy and bliss at the general resurrection, and my body to the earth to be decently
buried at the discretion of my executor in hereafter mentioned and as for my worldly
estate which it hath pleased god to bestow on me "missing" bequeath the same as follows
(Viz.) I give and bequeath unto my son WILLIAM WISE the plantation or piece of land
where "missing" contain three hundred & seventy acres with "missing" and to his heirs
forever. I give and bequeath unto my said son WILLIAM WISE five Negroes known by
"missing" Jimmy with their increase to him and his heirs forever. I give and bequeath
unto my son ROBERT WISE one piece or tract of land to be and contain one hundred and
eighty six acres to begin at the Widow Gray's & running thence to Mr. NUTTINGS to him
and his heirs forever. I give and bequeath unto my said son ROBERT WISE two young
Negroes namely young Frank and Dick, to him and his heirs forever with their increase. I
give and bequeath unto my son CHARLES WISE two Negroes namely Sarah & George
with their increase to him and his heirs forever. I give and bequeath unto my loving wife
ELIZABETH WISE during her natural life the use of three Negroes namely Frank, Gofrey
and Jack to use & employ at her pleasure and at her decease, to be returned unto my son
CHARLES WISE & be and remain his & his heirs forever. I give and bequeath unto my
GOD DAUGHTER ELIZABETH POND, two cow calves with their increase to her and
her heirs &c. I give and bequeath unto Mr. JOHN CHAPMAN twenty shillings current
money of Virginia to be paid him on demand. I give and bequeath unto my wife
ELIZABETH WISE & to my sons WILLIAM, ROBERT & CHARLES WISE an equal
share of all my goods, chattels & moveable estate, to each an equal share and it is my
desire and will to have all said moveable appraised as by law directed and my debts and all
charges paid out of the value of the moveable estate and then each to have an exact &
equal part. And I do make, ordain, constitute and appoint my true & well beloved wife
ELIZABETH WISE to be whole and sole executrix of this my Last Will and Testament,
disannulling & making void all other Will or Wills by me made heretofore and I do ordain
and appoint Mr. JOHN CHAPMAN to oversee that this my Last Will and Testament be
effectively performed and fulfilled. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
seal this 26th day of May Anno Dom: 1728
Signed Sealed & Published WILLIAM WISE seal
in the presence of:
JOHN ROBINSON
JOHN KIRBY
JOS. IRWIN
At a Court held for York County July 15th 1723. This Will & Testament of Wm. Wise
deceased was presented in court by Eliza. Wise Ecx. who made oath thereto and being
proved by all the witnesses is admitted to record.
Teste: Phi. Lightfoot C. Cm

Note: At the time this is the only known Elizabeth Pond residing in the area besides her
mother Elizabeth Pond. This may indicate that Elizabeth Pond the wife of John Pond was
a " Wise" before her marriage or that William Wise was just a close family friend. 
POND Elizabeth (I1511)
 
5519 Yorkshire, England, Extracted Parish Records TOTTINGTON Elizabeth (I10487)
 
5520 Yorktown, VA - On the NASSAU from England CHENAULT Estienne "Stephen" (I10838)
 
5521 You can add a daughter in law for me : my son, Charles "Patrick" Busch is now married to Heather. I'll give you her middle name and dates after I check on them.

Hi Gene,

My son, Charles "Patrick" Busch married Heather Caroline McIver on June 11, 2011 at the Westover Plantation in Charles City. Her parents are Donald C. and Carolyn C. McIver.
Heather's birthday is Nov. 30th. 
Family F3871
 
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U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
about Henry T Williams
Name: Henry T Williams
Birth Year: 1917
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Arkansas
State: Arkansas
County or City: Sebastian

Enlistment Date: 23 Feb 1945
Enlistment State: Arkansas
Enlistment City: Camp Josepth T Robinson Little Rock
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Physical Therapy Technician or Chain Store Manager
Marital Status: Married
Height: 00
Weight: 000 
WILLIAMS Henry Thomas (I8229)
 
5523 Zacharias apparently lived a long and fruitful life. His will was proved on 18 February 1752. A summary of the provisions of the will follows:

In the name of God Amen IZachariah Maddera of the Parish ofSouthwark and County of
Surry in Virginia......................and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God
to bless me in this life, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner....
I give to my loving wife Johanna the sole use and benefit of the plantation whereon I live and the benefit of the labour of three of my slaves namely Roger, Tom and a negro woman Rose..............
I give unto my two daughters Sarah and Elizabeth my negro fellow Tom in case my wife remarry or when she dies.
Item: I give unto my son James the plantation whereon he now lives to him and his heirs. Also my negro man Roger in case my wife should remarry or when she dies.
Item: I give to my son John the plantation whereon he now lives with two negros, namely Dick and Jack......
Item: I give to my son William apiece of land on the south side ofPidgeon Swamp known by the name of................and two negros, feather bed and furniture........
Item: I give unto my daughter Lucy...............
Item: I give to my daughter Priscilla one negro girl named Sue and one feather bed and furniture.
Item: I give unto my daughter Martha one negro girl named Fanny and one bed or five pounds current money to buy one.
Item: I give unto my daughter Ann one negro girl named Isabel and one feather bed and furniture or five pounds current money to buy her one.
Item: I give unto my son Joel one negro woman named Patt with her increase and one negro boy named Bob and the plantation whereon I now live and one feather bed and furniture or five pounds
......
Item: It is the true intent and meaning of my will that if either of the negros that I have given to my last four daughters die that then my desire is that I do hereby then give to that daughter whose negro shall die the negro woman Rose at such time as I give my negro man Roger to my son James and it is farther my desire that if either of my children that I have had by this last wife should die without lawful issue of their body that then the legacies given them shall be equally divided among the surviving children that I have had by my said last wife and it is further my will and desire that all my children have their freedom and what I have given them when they shall come of age or eighteen or married.
Item: My will and desire is that my wife have and enjoy all the remainder of my estate not alreadu bequeathed let it be of what kind or quality soever during her natural life for the raising of my children and then after her death it be equally divided among her children except her son John who has had his part already.
Item: I do hereby nominate, ordain and appoint my loving wife Johanna Madeira and my son John Maderra my whole and sole executrix and executor of this my last will......4 March 1748.
Zacharias Madder

The will was presented to the Court on 18 February 1752. 
MADDERA Zachariah (I3574)
 
5524 Zachary & Jane are 1C and 2C Dr. MERIWETHER Zachary, Sr. (I2130)
 
5525 Zimmerman records indicate that he was married previous to Elizabeth Graves and had 6 children, no names of that wife are children are given. No other record has been found to date to support this. CHAPPELL Littleton James, Sr. (I325)
 
5526 zip 44122 ERNST Joan Reno (I962)
 
5527 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-K, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 19, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.111.7.3156.147]

Individual: Adams, Albert Social Security #: 471-42-7819 Issued in: Minnesota

Birth date: Sep 24, 1902 Death date: Apr 1974


Residence code: Minnesota

ZIP Code of last known residence: 56589 Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Waubun, Minnesota



Facts about this person:

Burial St. Ann's Cemetery, Waubun, Minnesota

Social Security Number 471-42-7819 
ADAMS Albert (I4951)
 
5528 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-K, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 19, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.111.7.3328.184]

Individual: Adams, George Social Security #: 473-42-1298 Issued in: Minnesota

Birth date: Nov 16, 1894 Death date: May 1968


Residence code: Minnesota

ZIP Code of last known residence: 56589 Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Waubun, Minnesota



Facts about this person:

Social Security Number 473-42-1298 
ADAMS George (I4943)
 
5529 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 L-Z, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 19, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.58334.132]

Individual: Pavek, John Social Security #: 501-30-2111 Issued in: North Dakota

Birth date: Sep 5, 1931 Death date: Sep 15, 1993


ZIP Code of last known residence: 56501 Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Detroit Lakes, Minnesota



Facts about this person:

Social Security Number Social Security #: 501-30-2111


Name (Facts Pg) Pavek, John 
PAVEK John J. (I5057)
 
5530 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 L-Z, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Aug 19, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.58334.52]

Individual: Pavek, Anthony Social Security #: 117-28-5097 Issued in: New York

Birth date: Jul 29, 1927 Death date: Jun 15, 1995


ZIP Code of last known residence: XX732 Note: The Social Security Administration places "XX" codes in the ZIP Code field to indicate U.S. consulate locations. For XX732, the U.S. consular code to use for mailing is 58110. The consulate location is:

Germany (Frankfurt) 
PAVEK Anthony (I5045)
 
5531 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 L-Z, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Sep 14, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.49275.78]

Individual: Nordick, Donald Social Security #: 477-36-2486 Issued in: Minnesota

Birth date: Jul 12, 1927 Death date: Aug 1968



Facts about this person:

Alt. Died August 1968



Burial St. Joseph's Cemetery, Brushvale, Minnesota

Occupation Farmer 
NORDICK Donald (I4847)
 
5532 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 L-Z, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Sep 14, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.58673.101]

Individual: Pazdernik, A. Social Security #: 472-42-8622 Issued in: Minnesota

Birth date: missing Death date: Jul 1968



Facts about this person:

Alt. Born Unknown



Alt. Died July 1968



Burial St. Ann's Cemetery, Waubun, Minnesota

Name (Facts Pg) Pazdernik, A. 
PAZDERNIK Alvin (I4839)
 
5533 [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 L-Z, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Sep 14, 2000, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.58673.135]

Individual: Pazdernik, Leonard Social Security #: 473-42-1788 Issued in: Minnesota

Birth date: Jan 13, 1915 Death date: Dec 24, 1997


ZIP Code of last known residence: 56589 Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Waubun, Minnesota



Facts about this person:

Burial St. Ann's Cemetery, Waubun, Minnesota

Name (Facts Pg) Pazdernik, Leonard

Social Security Number 473-42-1788 
PAZDERNIK Leonard E. (I4835)
 
5534 [Fairburn.FTW]

Mary's natural father was John R. Harrison of Glen Wilton, Botetourt County, Virginia. Her birth record indicates he was 50 years old and a carpenter by trade. Mary was born at 02:00 PM on April 24, 1921 in Glen Wilton, Va. and was delivered by a midwife named Hanna Reid. The Birth Certificate states that her parents are married but no marriage record has been found. Her Marriage license and her Death Report list her maiden name as Cadd. A cousin Rosetta Cadd Billings the Daughter of Alfred Cadd stated to me in July 1997 that her father told her that John Harrison drank too much and that he told his mother not to marry him. Alfred being the oldest child of the family quit school to work and help raise the family. She stated that he also told her, John Harrison did offer to marry his mother. My aunt Ida Cadd wife of Walter Cadd also told me (August 1997) that she was told by her husband Walter Cadd that Mary's father was John R. Harrison and that he worked at a service station in Iron Gate. She saw him one time when her husband pointed him out and that he was a short stout man. Research conducted by Jerry R. Pond Sr. in July & August 1997.

The 1920 Federal Census indicate that John R. Harrison and Bertha V. Fairburn were both widowed and living in Glen Wilton, Botetourt County, Virginia.[Bulls, Buhls & Thornton Family.FTW]

[John and Judith Pond Descendants.FTW]

[Fairburn.FTW]

Mary's natural father was John R. Harrison of Glen Wilton, Botetourt County, Virginia. Her birth record indicates he was 50 years old and a carpenter by trade. Mary was born at 02:00 PM on April 24, 1921 in Glen Wilton, Va. and was delivered by a midwife named Hanna Reid. The Birth Certificate states that her parents are married but no marriage record has been found. Her Marriage license and her Death Report list her maiden name as Cadd. A cousin Rosetta Cadd Billings the Daughter of Alfred Cadd stated to me in July 1997 that her father told her that John Harrison drank too much and that he told his mother not to marry him. Alfred being the oldest child of the family quit school to work and help raise the family. She stated that he also told her, John Harrison did offer to marry his mother. My aunt Ida Cadd wife of Walter Cadd also told me (August 1997) that she was told by her husband Walter Cadd that Mary's father was John R. Harrison and that he worked at a service station in Iron Gate. She saw him one time when her husband pointed him out and that he was a short stout man. Research conducted by Jerry R. Pond Sr. in July & August 1997.

The 1920 Federal Census indicate that John R. Harrison and Bertha V. Fairburn were both widowed and living in Glen Wilton, Botetourt County, Virginia.

Facts about this person:

Burial Line Road Cemetery, Whitesville, Delaware

Source: Line Road Cemetery Tombstone Inscription Medium: Tombstone Comments: Prrovided by: Jerry R. Pond 7241 Ainsley St. Fayetteville, NC 28314

Source: John and Judith Pond Descendants.FTW Medium: Other Date of Import: Oct 1, 2001

Source: Bulls, Buhls & Thornton Family.FTW Medium: Other Date of Import: Oct 8, 2001
TEXT: DATA
TEXT Date of Import: Oct 8, 2001 
HARRISON Mary Lee (I6575)
 
5535 [Page 213]
Clopton, William, ancestor of the Virginia family of that name, was descended from the Cloptons of Warwick and Suffolk, England. He was born in 1655, emigrated to Virginia at an early age, settled in York county and married, about 1680, Ann Booth, widow of Thomas Dennett, and daughter of Robert Booth, clerk of York county. William Clopton moved after 1683 to New Kent county, where the Clopton family was resident for many years alter. He died before 1733.
(VOLUME I ENCYCLOPEDIA OF VIRGINIA BIOGRAPHY
by LYON GARDINER TYLER ) 
DENNETT Capt Thomas (I34)
 
5536 \\ulGRAVEYARD\\ulnone: Persons buried in the graveyard at Snow Hill:
     Col. Samuel Booth and his wife (no gravestone remains)
     Sarah Ellis Booth (no gravestone remains)
     Georgianna Booth James (no gravestone remains)
Note: Her husband, Dr. Richard Henry James, was an alcoholic who abandoned his wife. When he died, the Booth's refused to let him be buried next to his wife, and he was interred on a nearby farm owned by the Rogers family.

     Binns Beverly Booth
     Elizabeth Bingham Baird Booth (his wife)
(The issue of D & E above are F, G, H)

     Elizabeth (Nannie) Bell Booth, infant daughter died during the 1880's (no gravestone remains)
     Annie L. Booth, 1872 - 1885 or 95
     Virginia Frances Booth Parsons (no gravestone remains)
     Dallas Parsons, her husband. (no gravestone remains)

J.      Also buried in the graveyard, (no gravestone remains), are 2 children of Joseph Booth (son of Capt. David Booth). Neither ever married, both lived into old age, an they supposedly lived together in Dendron, Surry County, Virginia. Marie Baird attended their funerals during the 1920's, but she is not sure of the exact date. Their names were Agnes Booth and Patrick Booth (no gravestone remains).

LVA Record:
Record 203 out of 1492      Previous Record Next Record
Main Entry      Link Farmville Mercury, and official advertiser for Prince Edward, Cumberland, Buckingham, Appomattox and neighboring counties
Title      Link Died- At his residence in Sussex County, Col. Samuel Booth, father of P. H. Booth of Petersburg. (Petersburg Index - Appeal). (p. 3, c. 2).
Publication      Thursday, January 27, 1876.
Gen. note      From the marriage and obituary citations compiled by Bernard J. Henley from Virginia newspapers on microfilm at the Library of Virginia.
Other Format      Available on microfilm (Library of Virginia Film 36).
Subject - Personal      LinkBooth, Samuel, d.1876.
Subject - Topical      LinkObituaries -- Virginia.
Subject -Geographic      LinkFarmville (Va.) 
Col. BOOTH Samuel (I292)
 
5537      1851 Scotland CensusGeorge Skene
     1861 Scotland CensusGeorge Skene
     1901 Scotland CensusGeorge Skene
     1891 Scotland CensusGeorge Skene
     1841 Scotland CensusGeo Skene  
SKENE George (I12854)
 

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