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Stoner, Magdalene (I393)


SOUTH HADLEY, Massachusetts - Mary Alice (Robins) Abbey, a resident of South Hadley for over 60 years, died in Boston, Massachusetts, on Jan. 7, 2015, after a brief illness. She was the daughter of the late Mary (Smollet) Robins and George Robins, of Barre, Vermont. Mary was sadly predeceased by her husband, Dr. Carl E. Abbey, and her oldest son, Carl E. Abbey Jr.

She was born in and attended school in Barre. Mary graduated from Colby Junior College in New London, New Hampshire, and the Forsyth Dental School in Boston.

In 1942, she married Dr. Carl E. Abbey. After World War II, they moved to South Hadley, and Carl practiced dentistry in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Her life is honored by her children Lee Wyker, of Carmel, California, Donald Abbey, of Bradbury, California, and Robin Murphy, of Hadley, Massachusetts.

In past years Mary enjoyed an active volunteer role in various community activities, including the Holyoke Hospital Auxiliary, The Junior League of Holyoke, the Skinner Clinic dental program, PTA, Center Church Women, and at Loomis Village, where she moved in 2004. She looked forward to her Tuesday Club, Dow Janes Investment Club, and Reading Club meetings.

There are no calling hours. Interment will be private at Elmwood Cemetery in Barre, at the convenience of the family. Hooker and Whitcomb Funeral Home, of Barre, will schedule arrangements. A memorial celebration will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers or memorial gifts, your remembrance to Mary has been your friendship throughout her remarkable life.
Funeral Home
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7 Academy Street, Suite 1
Barre, VT 05641 
Robins, Mary Alice (I4415)

Sgt John Marvin
Birth «tab»2 Sep 1678
Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
Death «tab»9 Feb 1774 (aged 95)
Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut, USA
Burial «tab»Unknown
Memorial ID «tab»77745102 · View Source

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The following narrative was published in "Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford, CT., 1638 and 1635 Sons of Edward Marvin, of Great Bentley, England" by George Franklin Marvin & William T.R. Marvin (1904):

"26 February, 1701, twenty-eight acres of land were "layd out by the Town's Committe" to John Marvin; this land was on "the Danberry Roads," and eight acres of it was "on his father Marvin's account" 16 December, 1708, he was appointed town collector. When the meetinghouse was seated in 1710, John was assigned "ye seat before ye hinde pillar." 14 December, 1711, he was chosen surveyor of highways, and 18 December, 1712, he was on a committee to obtain a teacher for the school. He was chosen selectman 1706, '13 and '19, in which year he is called "sergeant," and he, or possibly his son John, called "sergeant," in 1738 and '40; he was a constable in 1717; fence viewer, 1721 and '29; "lyster," 1724. In 1734 and '38 he represented Norwalk in the Legislature. In 1718 he with others was chosen to lay before "a wise and judicious committee" the "surcomstances of ye town in their present differences respecting the meeting-house." 1734, with Joseph Platt, he was appointed to lay out the land granted by the town "in ye plain before Lt. Lee's door," for St. Paul's Church.

18 Nov., 1737, he gave a lot of land eight rods square to the "Presbiterian or Congregational church of Wilton, on which to erect a meetinghouse." He confirmed this by deed of 6 May, 1738, in which he said "among the congregation are some of my children," naming John as one.

21 Jan'y, 1752, he bought for £2400 the farm previously owned by his son John in Sharon, and not long after settled there; he is called of Norwalk 1 Nov., 1754, and of Sharon 17 March, 1756, where he owned several other parcels of land, and soon after his purchase (11 May, 1752) he deeded to his "loveing son Joseph Marvine of Norwark," a lot, for "love, good-will, and affection." Joseph was appointed administrator of his father's will 7 May, 1774."
Marvin, John (I3713)

Also reportedly died in Botetourt Co, VA. 
Stover, Jacob P. (I297)

He was the only child to be born in the American Colonies, and about 1784 he moved with his family to Franklin County, Pennsylvania in the vicinity of Waynesboro & Greencastle, later about 1796 he moved to Somerset County, Pennsylvania near Myersdale, Pennslyvania and to Montgomery County, Ohio about 1805. He settled about 10 miles west of Dayton Ohio. The family of Abraham Flory is more full in the Bunderman Fleury-Flory-Flora History published in 1948 
Flory, Abraham Sr (I259)

John Henry Henry Moyer
Birth 3 Jun 1748
Death 23 Aug 1811 (aged 63)
Minden Township, Montgomery County, New York, USA
Village of Fort Plain Cemetery
Fort Plain, Montgomery County, New York, USA
Memorial ID 96252341 · View Source

Aged 68 years 2 months and 14 day.

"Sacred to the memory of John Henry Moyer who was born June 3, 1748 and departed this life August 25, 1811 Aged 68 years 2 months and 14 days. God my Redeemer lives, And often from the skies, Looks down and watches all my dust, Till He shall bid arise."

Gravesite Details J. R. Simms, "The Sand Hill Cemetery," Fort Plain NY Mohawk Valley Register, October 3, 1873 from 
Moyer, John Henry (I5028)

WWII Nurse

Obituary-Marcellus Observer-1986
provided by Fulton

Esther R. Budd, 81, of 3474 Curtis Rd.,Navarino, died May 16. Miss Budd was born in New Haven, Conn., and had lived in Navarino 35 years. She was a 1928 graduate of Albertus Magnus College, where she received a bachelor of Philosopy degree. She received a Bachelor of Nursing degree from Yale University School of Nursing and her Master's degree from Columbia University in 1940. She received her honorary Doctor of Science degree from Albertus Magnus in 1950. From 1931 to 1939 Miss Budd was assistant director of Nursing service at New Haven (Conn) Hospital. From then until 1942 she was the assistant professor at Yale University school of Nursing. She was a lieutenant Colonel in the Army's 39th General Hospital unit in New Zealand and Saipan during WWII. She served in what was known as the Yale Unit of the Army Nurse Corps from 1946 to 1962, Miss Budd was Nursing director at Syracuse Memorial Hospital. She was an associate professor at the Syracuse University School of Nursing and was vicew president of the New York State Nursing Board of Directors. She was a former member of the New York State Board of Examiners and from 1962 to 1966 was a Director of Nursing and principal of the Faulkner Hospital School in Boston, Mass.
Miss Budd became lecturer of Nursing service administration at the S.U. school of Nursing in 1966. retiring in 1969.
She was a member of St. Mary's of the Lake Church, Skaneateles. Surviving are several cousins, she lived with a friend Mildred Moorhead, in Navarino. Miss Budd was selected as Herald-American Women of Achievement on September 11, 1949. The article stated, impart "the many who came in contact with Miss Budd have reason to be grateful for a friend in Nursing with so cheerful a manner and so happy a way of looking at life."
Services were May 19, at Norris Funeral Home, 33 North St., Marcellus. Burial will be in Pine Ridge Cemetery, Navarino.
Budd, Esther R. (I4405)

There is some belief that her maiden name was "Conrad", but no concrete evidence to support it. It is possible that some researchers have her confused with the maiden name of her daughter in-law, Catherine Conrad, who was married to her son Jacob Flora. 
[Flory], Mary (I255)
Martha Cordelia Callaway Janes
Birth 3 Oct 1801
Wilkes County, Georgia, USA
Death 11 Jul 1840 (aged 38)
Greene County, Georgia, USA
Absalom Janes Family Cemetery
Greene County, Georgia, USA
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Martha Cordelia Callaway was the wife of Georgia State Senator Absalom Madison Janes, Sr., who served as Trustee of Mercer University from 1833 to 1847 and Treasurer of the Georgia Baptist Convention from 1838 to 1845.
The Family Bible of Absolom Janes
from: Callaway Baptist Preachers 1789 - 1882, Rev. Timothy Walton Callaway, (Dublin, GA: John Laurens Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1921), p. 7:

Absolom Janes, born June 8, 1796; married Cordelia Callaway July 16, 1817; died Sept. 25, 1847.
Cordelia Janes, wife of Absolom Janes, born Oct. 3, 1801; died July 1, 1846.
Palemon Lawrence Janes, (son) born Oct. 5, 1818; died Sept. 12, 1838.
Cornelia Marion Janes (daughter) born Sept. 28, 1820; died Sept. 1, 1901; married James Rabun Sanders Jan. 4, 1842.
Thomas Montgomery Pike Janes (son) born Sept. 11, 1823; married Emily Eliza Fish Dec. 20, 1842.
Nancy Winnifred Janes (daughter) born June 18, 1826; died June 18, 1847; married Robert Ligon McWhorter in 1843.
Mary Elizabeth Janes (daughter) born June 15, 1828; married James G. Ryalls Jan. 13, 1842.
Martha Eugenia Selah Janes (daughter) forn May 17, 1833; died July 28, 1834.
Felix William Janes (son) born Dec. 11, 1836; died Apr. 5, 1853.
Susan Helen Janes (daughter) born Nov. 19, 1839; married William G. Woodfin July 1, 1860.
Cordelia Frances Janes (daughter) born Feb. 19, 1842; married William H. Pritchett in 1861.
Absolom Madison Janes (son) born Dec. 15, 1844; died July 3, 1845. 
Calloway, Martha Cordelia (I4850)
10 Delaware Marriage Records, 1744-1912 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2008.

Original data: Public Archives Commission, Delaware Public Archives. Marriage Records, 1744-1912. Dover, Delaware: Delaware Public Archives. Record Group # RG 1325; Subgroup # 003; Series # 004.

Alderman, Samuel P. Hull

Marriage in Chester, PA was at St. Paul's Episcopal Church 
Family: Hamilton, William N. Jr. / Smith, Kate H. (F91)
Andrew C. Shelnutt, Army of Northern Virginia, Company F, 18th Georgia Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Andrew's wife Elizabeth Shelnutt later moved to Monroe and Atlanta in West End area. Mr & Mrs Isaac Doss are the parents of Andrew's daughter in law through their son Ira Mashburn Shelnutt. Rebecca Doss Shelnutt Passed away in 1919. Rebecca's father was her informat and was listed as a resident of Monroe Ga.

Andrew Curtis Shelnutt was the seventh child of Henry W. and Elizabeth Davis Shelnutt of Walton County, Georgia. He was a brother to my great-grandfather, Cyrus T. Shelnutt.
Additional Bio added by Nancy Shelnutt Jones.

Bio by: Brad Humphries 
Shelnutt, Andrew Curtis (I4411)
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Salt Point, Duchess County, New York

A road was laid out in 1750 running south from Hyde Park Village to Washington Hollow. A settlement formed where the road crossed the Little Wappingers Creek. By about 1765 John Gazley was operating a saw mill and a grist mill. This was an agricultural community and was called Salt Point right from its beginnings. 
Budd, John (I1381)
Col Arthur Dryhurst Budd
Birth: Jan. 22, 1882
New Haven County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Sep. 25, 1965, USA

Much decorated World War I veteran who served as a technical advisor for the Versailles Conference at the conclusion of the war. Served in the U.S. Army for over 31 years. Commanded the 311th Reg. of he 78th Infanty Division. A village in France was so grateful for having been liberated by the first Allied troops in 1918 that they erected a plaque commemorating the commander Col. Budd. A street in Tannay was also named "Rue du Colonel Budd." After his retirement in 1932, he lived and farmed in Windsor, Massachusetts. He bequested land, with endowment, which is now the all season recreational area of "Notchview," which houses the Colonel Arthur D. Budd Visitor Center.
Married first to the widow Helen Gamwell Ely in London in 1920; she died in 1958. Married secondly to the widow Dorothy Frances Whitney who died in 1985.

East Windsor Cemetery
Berkshire County
Massachusetts, USA 
Budd, Arthur Dryhurst (I1283)
In Memory of
Hazel S. Getzen
November 16, 1913 - December 25, 2015

Hazel Shelnutt Getzen, age 102, passed away peacefully on December 25, 2015. She was born in Carrolton, Georgia on November 16, 1913 to parents Tina Dean and Erastus Shelnutt . She was raised in Winder, Georgia but after her marriage she lived in Augusta, Georgia; Athens, Georgia; Columbia, South Carolina; Jacksonville, Florida and finally Paducah,Kentucky before moving to Orlando in 1967. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert L. Getzen and her grandson Rob Chamberlain. She is survived by daughters Gwyn Chamberlain and Charlotte Keller; son John Getzen; grandchildren Dawn Jacoby, Melanie Keller, Stephanie Keller; and great grandchildren Zoe and Sophia Jacoby.

Hazel was blessed to be a homemaker devoting her time to her family, her church and helping anyone who needed a hand. She always had a smile on her face. She was the oldest charter member of the Downtown Baptist Church, in DAR, various garden and bridge clubs. She loved life and will be missed by all. Services will be held January 24, 2016 at 2:00 pm at Woodlawn Memorial Park and Funeral Home, 400 Woodlawn Cemetary Rd, Gotha, FL 34734.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and Downtown Baptist Church. 
Shelnutt, Hazel Lamon (I4279)
Lydia May "Liddie" Fallis Clark
Birth «tab»19 Jan 1880
Cooke County, Texas, USA
Death «tab»16 Sep 1965 (aged 85)
Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial «tab»
Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum
Altadena, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot «tab»Section: Memorial Meadows Lot#3302
Memorial ID «tab»72977462 · View Source

Lydia May Fallis was born on her family ranch in 1880. Coinsidentaly, her future husband was there, he was a neighbor to the Fallis family, at the age of 20. The family story is that he was actually the one who ran to get the doctor. They married in 1896 at the age of 16, her husband being 36. They went on to have 4 Children. Gladys Lucille, Samuel Robert, Charles Jefferson, and Roy Lee. The Family moved to Oklahoma in 1901 in a covered wagon. They homesteaded in 1915 in Tombstone, Arizona. They moved in with their Daughter Gladys and her family in Bisbee, AZ in 1930. In 1933 the family moved to Los Angeles looking for work. She lived in Pasadena until her death in 1965. 
Fallis, Lydia May (I2772)
Norwich CT: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. (Online database. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2015.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913. Page 73
Waterman, Ebenezer (I2158)
Obituary: Frances Russell
Frances (Vail) Russell, of New Britain, widow of David Dickinson Russell, Jr., passed away unexpectedly, Saturday (June 18, 2016) at the Hospital of Central CT in New Britain. Born in Hartford, Fran graduated from Oxford School, the Wheelock College in Boston and received her Masters in Early Education from CCSU. She has lived in New Britain since 1955. Mrs. Russell lovingly taught Kindergarten at Lincoln School for many years before her retirement. Since retirement, she was active at First Church of Christ, Congregational in New Britain; the YWCA, HOCC - New Britain General, and was a former President of the Auxiliary, also serving as a hospital corporator. She volunteered at the information desk, directing families from far and wide. She was active in the NBMAA, Art League of New Britain, New Britain Symphony, Art for the Cure, Race for the Cure, and Corporator of the Klingberg Family Center. She was a former Board Member of the Junior League of Greater New Britain.

Surviving are three daughters, Linda Sniadack of Kensington; Ann Dilling and her husband Steven of New Britain; and Elizabeth Sibicky and her husband Charles of Griswold; a sister, Hazel B. Vail of West Hartford; and seven grandchildren, Christine and William Sniadack, Joseph, Thomas and James Dilling, and David Sibicky and his wife Brady, and Christopher Sibicky and his wife Stephanie.

Funeral services will be held Friday 10 AM at Fist Church of Christ Congregational, 830 Corbin Avenue, New Britain. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family. Calling hours will be held Thursday 5 to 7 PM at Carlson Funeral Home, 45 Franklin Square, New Britain. Instead of donations going to a charity: "Any donation should be made in the form of help and service to the community or kindness and love to someone in need". Please share a memory or note of sympathy at

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"Hartford Courant, The", Connecticut, ( : accessed 17 May 2017)
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Vail, Frances (I1697)
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Husted, Joseph (I2109)
Thursday, November 21, 1968, Morning Star (Rockford, Illinois), pg. 63

Rowland L. Dryhurst, 78, 1724 10th St., died at 12;25 A.M. Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1968, in Swedish-American Hospital after a long illness.

Born Nov. 3, 1890, in Rockford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Dryhurst. Married to the former Mildred Cora Wood in Colorado Springs, Colo., Aug. 24, 1920. Owned and operated the Dryhurst Grocery at 716 Auburn St. for 25 years. Veteran of World War I. Member of American Legion Post No. 60.

Survivors include: widow; two sisters, Ruth D. Clark, Tulsa, Okla., and Laura D. Lightner, Grant's Pass, Ore., and several nieces and nephews.

Services at 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22 in Fred C. Olson Mortuary. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery.
Dryhurst, Rowland Lewis (I4286)
William Edward Sniadack
March 26, 1957 - June 30, 2015
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William Edward Sniadack, 58, of Bristol, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at home.

Born in New Britain, he was the son of the late Bernard and Phyllis (Bailey) Sniadack. William was a former New Britain and Burlington resident before moving to Bristol. He spent his life following his love of machines as a heavy equipment operator.

His smile, youthful spirit and constant jokes made him liked by all who met him. William was someone that changed everyone's life for the better; his wisdom, warm-heartiness and love for his family truly made him one of a kind. He also shared a love for motorcycles with many family and friends.

Surviving are two children, Christine Sniadack and William Sniadack; a brother, Bernard F. Sniadack Jr. and his wife Gina; three sisters, Barbara S. Moran, Beverly S. Kelley and Carol S. Postl and her husband Kevin; and several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours are Thursday from 6-8 PM at Erickson-Hansen Funeral Home, 411 So. Main St., New Britain, with a service to be conducted on Thursday at 7:30 PM. A private burial will take place in Fairview Cemetery, New Britain. 
Sniadack, William Edward (I4309)
21  Winslow, Henry L. (I64391)
22  Winslow, Henry L. (I64391)
Roger was the son of Hugh de Mortimer and Maud Le Meschin. By his first wife Milisent Ferrers he had a son and two daughters of whom Joane would have progeny. His second wife Isabel de Ferrers, daughter of Walcherine de Ferrers and Alice Leche, was the sister and heir of Hugh de Ferrers, and brought many properties to the marriage. They had three sons of whom Ralph would have progeny.

Like his ancestors Roger fought the Welsh, at one time suffering a great defeat. However, he was finally victorious and took twelve of their principal leaders in one battle. He then enlarged his territories considerably and ejected thieves and robbers from those parts.

At an anniversary of his father he confirmed all his father's grants to the canons of Wigmore, and added his own gift of a large, fruitful pasture adjacent to the abbey and called the 'Treasure of Mortimer'. When his steward remonstrated with him for parting with something so valuable, he replied, 'I have laid up my treasure in that field, where thieves cannot steal or dig, or moth corrupt.'

Roger died in 1215, and was succeeded by his son Ralph. Isabel married Piers FitzHerbert, but had no progeny with him. She died in 1252.


[S00010] A Genealogical History of the dormant, abeyant, forfeited and extinct peerages of the British Empire, London, 1866, Burke, Sir Bernard.
de Mortimer, Roger Lord of Wigmore (I4068)
24 BOWEN, ABRAHAM, Christ Church Parish, Calvert Co. 20 Sep, 1760; 18 Mar, 1762
Sons Abraham, Parker, Young and Charles Bowen, at age 16. Exs: Sons Abraham and Parker, and my 2 kinsmen Isaac and Jacob Bowen, Seniors, will be good to council and advise my children. Wit: Benjamin Hall, William Bowen, Henry Burchett.
18 Mar, 1762: Sarah Bowen, widow of dec'd., declared she would not stand to the within Abraham Bowen's will. 31. 591

Bowen, Abraham (I64172)
25 Name also spelled Fleury, and Flora . "He came to America from Palatinate, Germany and landed at Philadelphia Aug 28 1733. He was 51 years of age whe he arrived in the colonies. The vessel on which he and family came was named "Hope. His wife's name was Mary Conrad. Soon after his arrival he settled in Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania where he lived the remainder of his life and reared his family..." This and almost all of the information on this family comes from "A Genealogy and History of Descendants of Jacob Flora of Franklin County, Virginia" compiled by Joel Cephas Flora. 1951

This Huguenot family is presumed to have fled from Fleury France to the Palatinate Germany. Joseph (d. 1741) and Mary Fleure accompanied by six children arrived in Philadelphia on Aug 28, 1733 on the Hope. They settled in RApho Twp, Lancaster Co PA. Their sons became members of the Conestoga congregation: Joseph Jr in 1741, John in 1747, Jacob in 1748 and Abraham in 1756. In 1759 Joseph Jr moved to Paxtang Tep (later part of Dauphin Co) while John stayed on the orignal farm. These two brothers are the progenitors of the PA & MD Florys. Jacob, with his sister Katherine and her husband Jacob Neff, moved to Franklin Co VA, settling on the Magodee Creek in 1782. His descendants spell their name Flora. Abraham lived in Brothersvalley, Somerset County, Pennsylvania from 1796 to 1809, when he moved to Montgomery County, Ohio following his three sons: Joseph (m. Elizabeth Beegley), Emanuel (m Sarah Kagy) and Henry (m. Anna Kagy). Another son, John (m. Catharine Garber) a minister lived in Rockingham County, Virginia and a daughter Susannah (m. John Beeghly) remained in Somerset County, Pennsylvania in the Glades congregation. Abraham and Emanuel were the first ministers in the northern parts of Montgomery County. Many of the members of Emanuel's family stayed with the Old German Baptist Brethren after 1881. The Ohio and midwestern families generally spell their name Flory. Among the descendants of Joseph Flory Sr. are over two hundred ministers, ten missionaries, five or six college presidents. " The Brethern Enclycopedia

Immigrated to the US and landed at Phila PA 28 Aug 1733 from Amsterdam on the vessel "Hope" and settled in Rapho Twp., Lancaster County, PA. Family presumed to have moved from Fleury, France. As Huegenots they fled to Germany after the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre in 1572 and adapted themselves to German culture.

Flory, Joseph J. (I329)
26 A well known muscian. See his Wikipedia entry - Budd, Harold Montgomery Jr. (I1477)
27 and served as President. (It later became the Marshallton Iron and Steel Company.) Bringhurst, John Richardson (I621)
28 Biography

Joan fitz John fitz Gerald was the daughter of John FitzThomas Earl of Kildare, Lord of Offaly.[1] In the Complete Peerage she is described as Joan, the daughter of John FitzThomas (FitzGerald), 1st Earl of Kildare.[2]

In 1302, Joan married Sir Edmund Butler, Earl of Carrick. In 1315, Sir Edmund Butler was appointed Justiciar of Ireland.

In July 1315, Joan's husband and her father led the Munster and Leinster contingent of armed forces who were allied with the combined armies of Richard de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster and Felim mac Aedh Ua Conchobair, King of Connacht against the Scottish and Irish troops of Edward Bruce who had been crowned King Of Ireland at Carrickfergus. They were repelled by Bruce, at the River Bann near Coleraine and forced to retreat. Sir Edmund, due to lack of supplies, returned to Ormond. Edward Bruce was later killed in 1318, at the Battle of Faughart.

On 1 September 1315, for services against the Scottish raiders and Ulster rebels, Edmund Butler was granted a charter of the castle and manor of Karryk Macgryffin and Roscrea to hold to him and his heirs sub nomine et honore comitis de Karryk. However, the charter, while creating an Earldom, failed to make Edmund Butler's issue Earls of Carrick.

Joan died before 02 May 1320.[2] 
Fitz Gerald, Joan (I5254)
29 Biography

John de la Roche, probably son or nephew of David of whom he succeeded, in 1252 held the barony of Roche as 1-1/3 fee of the Bohun share of the Earl Marshal's inheritance in co. Pembroke. John de la Roche married Maud, niece of Thomas le Waleys, Bishop of St. David's (1248-55]. [1]

The Roche, De La Roch (or in Latin De Rupe) family are of Anglo-Norman descent and held one of the great lordships of Munster. They were especially prominent in the Fermoy / Castletownroche area of north Cork, known as "Roches Country" from the 13th century. [2] 
de La Roche, John Lord Fermoy (I5265)
30 Class: HO107; Civil Parish: St George; County: Warwickshire; Enumeration District: 1; Page: 21; Line: 22; GSU roll: 464178.

TEXT Name: Daniel LewisBirth: abt 1821 in Warwickshire, EnglandDeath:

Date Range : 1817-1820
Source Information Birmingham, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2013.
Original data: Anglican Parish Records. Birmingham, England: Library of Birmingham.
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Father's "residence place" on birth record was Merthyr Dedvil Glamorganshire. 
Lewis, Daniel Anthony (I2253)
31 Class: HO107; Civil Parish: St George; County: Warwickshire; Enumeration District: 1; Page: 21; Line: 23; GSU roll: 464178.

TEXT Name: Luvira LewisBirth: abt 1826 in Warwickshire, EnglandDeath: 
Lewis, Louisa (I2255)
32 Dr. Carl E. Abbey

Dr. Carl E. Abbey

Republican, The (Springfield, MA) - Friday, February 18, 2005
1915 - 2005

SOUTH HADLEY - Carl Ernest Abbey, son of Christina (Scott) Abbey and Lee E. Abbey died February 15, 2005. He was the husband of Mary Alice (Robins) Abbey. They resided in South Hadley. Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada, Carl attended Canadian schools. He later graduated from Atlanta Southern Dental School (now Emory University) in 1940. Dr. Abbey did post-graduate studies in periodontia at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary in Boston, MA. In 1945, he trained in maxillo-facial surgery and anesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. From 1940-1946, he proudly served the rank of commander in the Dental Corps of the U.S. Navy. He participated in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters aboard the USS Harry Lee, USS Nereus, and the USS Samaritan. Later, he was attached to Marine Headquarters and US Naval Communications Center in Washington, D.C. In 1946, Dr. Abbey purchased the Holyoke, MA dental practice of Dr. Walter F. Moody where he remained in private practice for forty years.He belonged to the Holyoke Dental Group, Valley District Dental Society, and served as its chairman, as well as serving as both the delegate and district editor for the Massachusetts Dental Society. Dr. Abbey was instrumental in forming the Dental Internship Program at the Skinner Clinic at the Holyoke Hospital. He also served as dental representative on the committee that developed the HeadStart Program in Holyoke. He chaired both the fluoride and dental hygiene programs, guiding their introductions into the Holyoke School System. An amateur athlete and avid outdoorsman well into his eighties, Dr. Abbey was a passionate golfer, fly fisherman, skier and horseman. He was a member of the First Congregational Church. Dr. Abbey leaves his wife, Mary; and four children: Lee A. Wyker and her husband, Dr. Gerald A. Wyker of Carmel, CA, Carl E. Abbey, Jr. of Springfield, MA, Donald G. Abbey of Bradbury, CA, and Robin A. Murphy and her husband, Michael J. Murphy of Hadley, MA. He is survived by three brothers, and one sister: Dr. Robert Abbey of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Dr. Douglas Abbey of Toronto, Canada, Dr. Donald Abbey of Auburn, MA, and Eleanor Swanson of Rochester, MN. His brother, Dr. John Abbey of Los Angeles, CA, and his sister, Delora Abbey of Everett, WA, predeceased him. Funeral services will be private at the Hooker Whitcomb Funeral Home in Barre, VT. Interment is at the convenience of the family in Elmwood Cemetery. Ryder Funeral Home

(413) 533-1735
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Abbey, Carl (I4416)
33 Emigrated with his father.

Brenneman, John (I349)
34 Emigrated with his father.

Brenneman, Adam (I350)
35 Formerly he lived at 1805 (07?), the Tatnall house 2 houses down. Bringhurst, Frederick (I627)
36 Immigrated with his father. Naturalized 14 October 1729.

Brenneman, Christopher Stephen (I321)
37 in Ray & Deforest's dressmaking establishment. Budd, Eleanor Mary (I1278)
38 Inventory of widow Ann's estate was taken 25 February 1684/1685 Ann (I3727)
39 John Henry Gibbons' estate settled and we see his son Andrew on Lot 1237 with 69 acres, son George on lot 1242 with 98 acres, grandson John (Andrew's son) on lot 1237 with 30 acres and son John Jr. on lot 1242 with 84 acres. Daughter Hannah also go
Gibbons, John Henry Jr. (I65192)
40 Known as the pioneer. Emigrated about 1717. Brenneman, Melchior III (I322)
41 New York Herald
Wednesday, May 14, 1879
New York, NY
Issue: 134
Page: 8 
Allderdice, Adelaide (I4878)
42 PAGE Year: 1850; Census Place: Division 88, Walton, Georgia; Roll: M432_86; Page: 82; Image: 166. Black, Lemuel Jr (I466)
43 PAGE Year: 1880; Census Place: Ashley, Washington, Illinois; Roll: T9_256; Family History Film: 1254256; Page: 382.1000; Enumeration District: 127; Image: 0769. Burghart, Estela (I2532)
44 PAGE Year: 1880; Census Place: MT Vernon, Jefferson, Illinois; Roll: T9_216; Family History Film: 1254216; Page: 528.2000; Enumeration District: 49; Image: 0017.

Based on census, appear to have had no children. 
Hinman, Earl Burghart (I1339)
45 PAGE Year: 1900; Census Place: Ashley, Washington, Illinois; Roll: T623 349; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 130. Bridges, John Harvey (I64593)
46 Parents:
George Hamblen (1749 - 1834)
Sarah Rich Hamblen (1756 - 1830)

Lydia Winslow Hamblen (1792 - 1872)*

George W. Hamblen (1819 - 1893)*

Almery Hamblen (1775 - 1830)*
Susan Hamblen Gould (1776 - 1850)*
John Hamblen (1781 - 1858)*
Joseph Hamblen (1783 - 1851)*
Sarah Hamblen Cloudman (1785 - 1859)*
Amos Hamblin (1787 - 1843)*
Allen Hamblen (1788 - 1853)
Solomon Hamblin (1791 - 1825)*
M. Martha Hamblen Russ (1793 - 1828)*

From Find A Grave #53888735 
Hamblin, Allen (I1857)
47 Silver lining
Added by BBailey182 on 16 Dec 2006

One of his silver pieces is in the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian.
Silver lining
Budd, Howard Lewis (I34)
48 TEXT Name: Jas E FallisBirth: abt 1852 in IndianaDeath:

After the death of Rose, James and his daughter Rose moved to Canon City, Colorado in November of 1900 where his sister lived. It is unclear how long they stayed there.

Canon City Record
08 Nov 1900, Thu · Page 4 
Fallis, James E. (I64670)
49 , Anson, North Carolina, USA or probably Virginia listed as probable birth place. Note that Anson County was not founded until 1750. Black, Thomas (I523)
50 !SOURCE: Entries from parish records of the Christine Kyrka (Christine Church).
Goteborg, Sweden. Transcribed from the original records by Wilhem Berg in
"Samlingar till Goteborgs Historia, v. 3, Christine Kyrkas Bocker for
Vigda, Fodda och Doda, del I, 1624-1725." Provided by Kay Neilson,
Titusville, New Jersey and Peter Craig, Washington, DC.

!OCCUPATION: Schoolmistress

Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society ([email protected]), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. ( 
Stidden, Hileka Hilken (I857)
51 !SOURCE: Entries from parish records of the Christine Kyrka (Christine Church).
Goteborg, Sweden. Transcribed from the original records by Wilhem Berg in
"Samlingar till Goteborgs Historia, v. 3, Christine Kyrkas Bocker for
Vigda, Fodda och Doda, del I, 1624-1725." Provided by Kay Neilson,
Titusville, New Jersey and Peter Craig, Washington, DC.

!OCCUPATION: Shoemaker, SOURCE: "Goteborg Historia" by Helge Almquist, pp.

Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society ([email protected]), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. ( 
Stidden, Jacob (I855)
52 !SOURCE: Entries from parish records of the Christine Kyrka (Christine Church).
Goteborg, Sweden. Transcribed from the original records by Wilhem Berg in
"Samlingar till Goteborgs Historia, v. 3, Christine Kyrkas Bocker for
Vigda, Fodda och Doda, del I, 1624-1725." Provided by Kay Neilson,
Titusville, New Jersey and Peter Craig, Washington, DC.

Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society ([email protected]), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. ( 
Stidden, Elsebe (I859)
53 !SOURCE: Entries from parish records of the Christine Kyrka (Christine Church).
Goteborg, Sweden. Transcribed from the original records by Wilhem Berg in
"Samlingar till Goteborgs Historia, v. 3, Christine Kyrkas Bocker for
Vigda, Fodda och Doda, del I, 1624-1725." Provided by Kay Neilson,
Titusville, New Jersey and Peter Craig, Washington, DC.

Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society ([email protected]), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. ( 
Stidden, Maria (I856)
54 !SOURCE: Entries from parish records of the Christine Kyrka (Christine Church).
Goteborg, Sweden. Transcribed from the original records by Wilhem Berg in
"Samlingar till Goteborgs Historia, v. 3, Christine Kyrkas Bocker for
Vigda, Fodda och Doda, del I, 1624-1725." Provided by Kay Neilson,
Titusville, New Jersey and Peter Craig, Washington, DC.

Source: GEDCOM (downloaded from the RootsWeb WorldConnect Project) by David R. Stidham and the Timen Stiddem Society ([email protected]), 41 Dellwood Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602. 508-791-9094. ( 
Stidden, Daughter (I858)
55 Penny, David (I118)
56 . Dicey KENNEDY (daughter of Davenport KENNEDY and First Wife of Davenport [--M?--] KENNEDY) was born in Jun 1759 in Hanover Co., Virginia. She died in Oglethorpe Co., Georgia

Will of Dicey Kennedy Davenport 04 Aug 1834 Campbell County, GA

In the name of God Amen. I Decey Davenport of the county & state aforesaid being weak of body but of sound mind memory (revoking all others) do make and ordain the following as my last will and Testament.
First I give and bequeath to my Beloved Grand Children James Warren, John Milton Harriet Amanda William Jesse & Charles Warren & Robert Early the Children of my Beloved Son Lovett Davenport an equal interest in a Negro Woman Hannah
Secondly, I give & bequeath unto my beloved Grand Children Overton Fletcher Eliza Garland Matilda Ann Dicey Sarah James Thomas Lovett Harbirt John Andrew & Mary Overton the children of my Beloved Son William Davenport an equal and joint interest in my negro woman Sarah & her child Amy and it is my will and desire that the said negroes should be subjuct to the control and management of my said two sons respectfully until such time as the youngest child of either comes of age then the said negro woman Hannah to be sold & the money equally divided unless she should have a child or children & in that case they may be divided or sold & divided as my said son Lovett may think best and when the youngest child of my said son William shall become of age then my will is that the said Negro Sarah and child Amy with any increase that may be shall be equally divided amongst the children of my said son William -- But as the said negro woman Hannah is at this time as I understand ________ ________ by virtue of any execution from Clark County and may sold under said executions my will & desire is that in case she should be sold that all the above named children of both my sons aforesaid shall be jointly and equally interested in the remaining negroes and it is my will and desire that my two beloved sons Lovett Davenport and William Davenport be the executors of this my Last will and Testament and likewise that they equally divide between themselves the remaining part of my property & that they sell a certain Lot of Land lying in this county to wit number Thirty five in the first District (formally Carroll) in such manner and at such time as they may judge proper and divide the money between themselves ----------------
In Testimony whereof I have hereunto let my hand & seal this fourth day of August one thousand eight hundred and thirty four
Test Dicey Davenport
Thomas B. Watts
L Berry Watts
Hugh Longino 
Kennedy, Dicey (I18948)
57 .................REVOLUTIONARY WAR PATRIOT.................

..................DAR ANCESTOR # A088208....................

Service: Virginia..............Rank: Patriotic Service......
Birth: Circa 1725
Death: Ante 7-28-1806 Bedford County, Virginia
Service Source: Abercrombie & Slatten, Virginia Rev. Pub
................Claims, Vol. 1, P 113
Service Description: 1) Furnished supplies 
Hurt, Moses (I1463)
58 " A person of no mean extract and parentage, of an estate pretty plentiful, of a comely statue and countenance, of a piercing knowledge of many things, so fit for great affairs that she wanted nothing that was manly, except only the name and the sex."

Gerard Croese- Dutch writer 
Barrett, Mary (I2411)
59 "a bright, beautiful, blue-eyed boy" Died at the age of 11 months. (J.B. Shelnutt, Sr. - Christian Living) Shelnutt, Marvin Lamar (I420)
60 "Among 45 of the richer inhabitants of Boston listed in order fo sixe from contributions ( to a school +) in 1636 were William H. (no.6) Edward H. (no.45)" All were selectmen and prominent in the community" Hutchinson, Captain Edward (I2412)
61 "Among 45 of the richer inhabitants of Boston listed in order fo sixe from contributions ( to a school +) in 1636 were William H. (no.6) Edward H. (no.45)" All were selectmen and prominent in the community" Hutchinson, William (I2418)
62 "Catherine Scott, sister to Anne Hutchinson ( and ancestor to Horatio Rogers) was stripped to the waist naked and whipped for her Quaker views in 1659- she had come from Ri to visit someone in Boston. Marbury, Catherine (I2464)
63 "Daniel S.Budd, son of Mary Budd, late of the town of Rye in Westchester County, deceased intestate" was appointed as the administrator. Budd, Mary (I996)
64 "daughter of the Earl of Arundel" Avice (I3567)
65 "District of Columbia Marriages, 1811-1950," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 16 May 2014), Charles E King and Laura S Bowen, 05 Oct 1892; citing District of Columbia, United States, Records Office, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 2108210. Family: King, Charles Wilson / Bowen, Laura Ivy (F76)
66 "Elijah first settled in Hebron where he lived a short time, from there to Nine Partners, NY, and thence to the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania. After the war he returned to New York State, residing in Dover and Amenia, NY, where he died. His first wife was a Ms Millard, his second a Ms Jennings, and he married 1 Aug 1748 Jemima Wilcox as his third wife."

Ancestor #: A090061
Service Source:
Service Description:

Created: 2002-03-27 23:23:55.3, Updated: , By: Conversion 1) County: DUTCHESS CO - State: NEW YORK


Phelps, Elijah (I2283)
67 "Florida State Census, 1935," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 2 February 2018), C R Ferguson, Miami, Dade, Florida; citing line 15, State Archives, Tallahassee; FHL microfilm 2,425,152.

Ferguson, Charles R. (I4606)
68 "Hutchinsons and Sanfords intermarried throughout the colonial era. "

Fat mutton and Liberty of conscience 
Family: Sanford, John / Hutchinson, Bridget (F1123)
69 "Martha A. Harvey For her daughter, S D Harvey Seek first the kingdom of Heaven 1840" Derickson, Martha A. (I818)
70 "Mary Dyer was a comely grave woman, of a goodly personage, one of good report, having a husband of as Estate, fearing the Lord and a mother of children"

George Bishop- Quaker Chronicler 1661 
Barrett, Mary (I2411)
71 "May you be blest on every side" Harvey, Philena M. (I1110)
72 "New York, New York City Municipal Deaths, 1795-1949," database, FamilySearch ( : 10 February 2018), Lucy Harden, 15 Nov 1907; citing Death, Manhattan, New York, New York, United States, New York Municipal Archives, New York; FHL microfilm 1,323,169. Certificate 36233 Harden, Lucy (I4834)
73 "Rachel Harvey Bessing on thee happy one/All that parental love/could ask or wish since/life began, begnin child? From above" Hollingsworth, Rachel (I1094)
74 "Some dissenters from teh New England Way, called Antinomians... were 'banished men yet rich'. Among them were the Hutchinsons, William and Edward... men with mercantile and political, as well as agricultural, backgrounds in both the Old and New England" They had an agent go ahead of them into RI and look for rich lands, before they were banished from Boston. They planned out trade and the community before they left Boston.

Hutchinson, William (I2418)
75 "they left England in 1634 with a brood of children and the equivalent of a half-million dollars"

"Hutchinson prospered in the cloth trade in Boston." 
Hutchinson, William (I2418)
76 "Three hundred and fifty copies of this work have been printed for subscribers, by permission of the author's sons. This copy is no. [326]"|||Errata: p. 138.|||Includes index. Source (S355)
77 "wife of William Dyer, a milliner in the New England Exchange, a very proper and fair woman, and both of them notoriously infected with Mrs. Hutchinson's error, and very censorious and troublesome..."

Gov. John Winthrop of MA 1638 
Barrett, Mary (I2411)
78 «b»Vessel named - Gladstone«/b» Shute, Cyril Cleverdon (I110)
79 «b»Vessel named - Gladstone«/b» Hugo, Jane (I2042)
80 «tab»Donna Lee Wick

( November 27, 1932 - July 12, 2011 ) Donna Wick, 78, Hamilton Missouri formerly of Auburn California passed away at the home of her daughter in Liberty Mo. on July 12 2011. She had been a homemaker and had worked in the credit and layaway department of J.C. Penney while living in California.Donna was born on November 27 1932 in Los Angeles California to Joseph ""Jack""? and Elizabeth Greenwood. She was a high school graduate of the El Monte California high school.On November 4 1951 she married Clarence ""Dean""? Wick in El Monte California. He preceded her in death. She was also preceded by her parents; sister Shirley Richards; Brother Fredrick Greenwood; and half sister Norma Jean Leach.Survivors: Daughter Elizabeth Lynch Apple Valley CA; Son Stephen Wick Altadena CA; Son Christopher Wick Hamilton; Daughter Jana Swancoat Liberty; Son James Wick Santee CA; Niece Ashley Richards Bolviar Mo; Brother Richard Greenwood Lake Havasu AZ; 13 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.The body has been cremated. A memorial services will be held at a later date. Arrangements: Bram Funeral Home Hamilton Bram Funeral Services 
Greenwood, Donna Lee (I4553)
81 (For early generations see John Hill ,).. (III) Joseph Hill, son of John HILL Hill, was born about 1657, accord ing to deposition he made Septem ber 27, 1682, that he was about twenty-rive years of age. He was then a constable. In 1685 he sold to John Smart a farm at Oyster River, which he had bought of his father. John Hill. He married first, in Kittery, Maine, about 1688, Catherine Knight, and settled in Dover, where he bought land of Job Clements in 1689. He sold this, and a grant which he had received from the town in 1694, to John Downing, in 1699. Exception is made in the deed to "a rod square, where my former wife and children are buried." He married second, before 1699, Susanna, daughter of Christopher Beedle. In 1696 he bought land at Long Reach, in Kittery. His will was dated January 30, 1712-3, and proved July 1, 1713. Children : 1. Samuel, mentioned below. 2. Joseph, mar ried July 17, 1725, Sarah Dennett. 3. John. 4. Elizabeth, married December 9, 17 14, John Emerson. 5. Hannah, married August 5, 1720, Thomas Hutchins. 6. Abigail, married Janu ary 30, 1723-4, Thomas Ham. 7. Catherine, married Edward Ordway, of Haverhill. 8. Mary, married, January 20, 1732-3, Samuel Jackson, of Portsmouth. 9. Dorcas, married, 1729, Joshua Remick. 10. Sarah, married March 2, 1727, Nathaniel Jackson, of Ports mouth. (From Cutting) Hill, Joseph (I1764)
82 (II) John Hill, son of John Hill (1). was born about 1624. He inherited land from his father in Dover and was taxed for it in 1650. He lived in that part of Dover called Oyster River, now Durham. New Hampshire. He was a grand juryman 1668-71 ; was taxed in 1684. after which he is not mentioned. He married, January 16. 1656, Elizabeth Strong. Children, as far as known from deeds and incidental mention: 1. Joseph, born 1657. 2. Samuel, born probably 1659; mentioned below. 3. John, born 1661 ; married perhaps Sarah Brackett. 4. Benjamin, born April 8, 1665. 5. Hannah, married William Frye. (from Cutting)

The following is from Stearns:

John Hill, no doubt of English birth, was in Dover, New Hampshire, as early as 1649, for we find him on the list of those taxed in that year. It is probable that he was the same John Hill who was married in Boston, January 16, 1656, to Elizabeth Strong, for John Hill, whose wife was Elizabeth, received a grant of land at Oyster River (now Durham) in 1656 and three subsequent grants. He was a grand juryman from Dover in 1668 and 1671, and in 1683 he was defendant in one of the many suits brought by John Mason, which proves that he was a land owner. Evidently he was annoyed by the suits for about this time he was summoned to court at Great Island for saying "he did not judge that neither the king nor Mason had anything to do here." He was taxed in Dover as late as 1684. In 1659 he gave a deposition, saying he was about thirty-rive years of age, from which it would seem that he was born about 1624. He had sons: Joseph, Samuel, John and Benjamin.
Hill, John (I1766)
83 (Medical):"Delaware, Wilmington Vital Records, 1847-1954," images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 05 May 2014), Deaths, 1847-1888 > image 177 of 705; citing Public Archives, Dover. Culbert, James W (I64178)
84 (Medical):According to death certificate, had been treated from July 22 until her death on August 3, 1908. Had been ill for 30 days. Contributory cause of death was valvular lesion of heart. Information provided by Mrs. E. H. Martin of Denver, Colorado. Had been in Long Beach for 4 months. Fallis, Emma A. (I202)
85 (Medical):Ambushed and killed by followers of Amulff while at a peace conference William I of Normandy (I63981)
86 (Medical):Carcinomia of liver
Contributory - Asthama and cardiac 
Shute, Elizabeth (I1574)
87 (Medical):Contributing Disease - Ascites. Duration: Twelve Months
Medical Attendant - William D. Reid, M.D. 
Shute, Emily (I113)
88 (Medical):Happened Jan 2, 1940, died Jan. 9, 1940 at St. Mary's Hospital. Burghart, Estela (I2532)
89 (Medical):He had married a Hildeburge, daughter of a nobleman named Arnoul, but he had his wife strangled on her way to church, according to Ordericus, because she loved God and would not support his wickedness Hildeburgis (I4060)
90 (Medical):Killed at the Battle of Shrewsbury Blount, Sir Walter (I3904)
91 (Medical):On the highway between Monroe and Winder. Ragan, Alonzo Herbert (I515)
92 (Medical):Treated for 2 years by John W. Mullen, MD, 918 West St. Wilmington, Delaware. Winslow, Catherine Helena (I1130)
93 (Medical):while riding near Eschafour. Killers supposedly included Ralph of Wacy and rober de Vitot. Gilbert Count of Eu (I63978)
94 (Medical):Wounded in battle with the Turks in Asia Minor on Sept. 5th. de Vermandois, Hugues Magnus Comte de Vermandois et de Valois (I3896)
95 (Research):

Ancestor #: A042581
12-24-1752 VIRGINIA
Pension Number:
Service Source:
Service Description:


Created: 2007-09-13 08:52:51.393, Updated: 2014-09-05 10:19:25.0, By: 1540161 1) EL-LENORAH, THOMAS & MARTHA JANE KENNON ARE THE CHILDREN OF MERRIWETHER &
Created: 2007-09-13 08:53:35.287, Updated: 2014-09-08 09:41:11.0, By: 1540161 2) FRANCES FRETWELL KENNON AND NOT OF XENOHON, ZENOPHON OR VENOPHON.9/2007
Created: 2014-09-05 17:37:03.0, Updated: 2014-09-05 17:37:03.0, By: 3) EL-LEONARD MARRED MARY ZIMMERMAN, NOT NANCY BROWN. SEE DATACF 9/2014 
Fretwell, Richard (I1000)
96 (Research):

Richard was a member of the peerage in England in the eleventh century. He was the founder of the Anglo-Norman noble family, the de Clares. He was born about 1035, the son of Gilbert, Comte de Brionne. When Gilbert, who had been a guardian of the young William, duke of Normandy, was murdered in 1040, Richard and his brother Baldwin were conveyed by their friends to the court of Baudouin V, Count of Flanders. When William married Count Baudouin's daughter Matilda of Flanders in 1053, he restored to Gilbert's sons the fiefs which in their absence he had seized and appropriated, although he did not invest them with either Brionne or Eu, or a comital title. William granted the lordships of Bienfaite and Orbec to Richard, who came to be known as 'de Bienfaite', as well as 'de Clare' and 'de Tonbridge'.

Richard married Rohese Giffard, daughter of Walter Giffard, lord of Longueville, and they had eight children, of whom four would have progeny.

In 1066 Richard accompanied his second cousin William, duke of Normandy into England. He served at the Battle of Hastings, and assisted William in subduing the Anglo-Saxons. He was rewarded with 176 lordships and large grants of land in England, including the right to build the castles of Clare and of Tonbridge.

He served as Joint Chief Justiciar in William's absence, and played a major part in suppressing the revolt of 1075. Richard took the name Earl of Clare from one of his lordships in Suffolk, where parts of the wall of Clare Castle still stand.

The modern Irish county of County Clare was historically part of the North Munster Gaelic kingdom of Thomond, dominated by the O'Briens, kings of Thomond. The region was granted to the de Clare family in 1275 and they became Lords of Thomond. When the boundaries of the modern County Clare were fixed by Sir Henry Sidney in 1565, it was named after the de Clares.

Richard died in 1090.
de Clare, Richard Fitz Gilbert Lord of Clare and Tonbridge (I3510)
97 (Research):

Son of Donnchad Macmurchada, king of Dublin and Orlaith, Diarmaid Macmurchada (Dermot Macmurrough) was born in 1100. In 1126 he succeeded to the throne of his father, but he faced a number of rivals who disputed his claim to the kingship. In 1132 he burned down the Abbey of Kildare, raped the abbess and became king of Leinster. He established his authority by killing or blinding seventeen rebel chieftains of northern Leinster in 1141.

In 1152 the religious see of Dublin opted to become an Irish archbishopric, spurning the ecclesiastical rule of the archbishop of Canterbury. In 1154 Henry II became king of England and the idea of invading Ireland resurfaced as it had during the previous reigns of William the Conqueror and Henry I. At the insistence of the envoys from the archbishop of Canterbury, Pope Adrian IV invested Henry II with the right to rule Ireland and bring about religious reformation. However at the outset of Henry's rule he focused on securing his hold on England itself, and any plans for an invasion of Ireland were on hold.

In 1153 Diarmaid abducted Devorgilla, the wife of Tiernan O'Rourke, king of Breifne (the modern counties of Leitrim and Cavan). A bitter feud ensued, and in 1166 Diarmaid was driven from Ireland. In 1167 he requested aid from King Henry II to regain his kingdom. Instead Henry granted Diarmaid permission to enlist support from among the restless Norman lords of the Welsh marches.

Diarmaid's main support came from Richard de Clare 'Strongbow', 2nd earl of Pembroke. In 1167 an advance party of Anglo-Normans helped Diarmaid establish a foothold in Leinster. Richard de Clare arrived in August 1170, and Diarmaid helped the invaders to capture Dublin. Diarmaid married his daughter Eva/Aoife to Richard de Clare. When Diarmaid died on 1 January 1171, Richard de Clare succeeded him as ruler of Leinster.

MacMurrough, Dermot King of Leinster (I3592)
98 (Research):

1. WILLIAM de Ros (-[1264]), bur Kirkham). A manuscript narrating the foundation of Rievaulx Abbey records that "Robertum de Roos dictum Fursan" married "Isabellam filiam regis Scotiæ", by whom he was father of "Willielmum de Roos et Robertum", adding that William inherited "castrum de Hemmisley…et advocationem monasterium de Kirkham, Rievaulxe et de Wardona"[840]. Henry III King of England notified the executors of the testament of "Roberti de Ros" of an arrangement with "Willelmum de Ros" concerning the payment of his father´s debts, dated 13 Nov 1228[841]. The Liber Pluscardensis records that "dominus Willelmus de Ross" claimed the Scottish throne "de legittimacione Ysabellæ antecedentis suæ"[842]. A manuscript narrating the foundation of Rievaulx Abbey records that "Willielmus de Roos" was buried in Kirkham monastery[843]. m LUCY, daughter of --- (-after 1266). A manuscript narrating the foundation of Rievaulx Abbey records that "Willielmus de Roos" married "Luciam"[844]. William & his wife had children: 
de Ros, Sir William of Helmsely (I3309)
99 (Research):

Daniel Budd
Birth 27 Jul 1722
Rye, Westchester County, New York, USA
Death 24 Dec 1806 (aged 84)
Chester, Morris County, New Jersey, USA
Chester Congregational Cemetery
Chester, Morris County, New Jersey, USA
Memorial ID 9703771 · View Source


Daniel Budd (1723-1806).

He was born on July 27, 1723 in Rye, Westchester County, New York.

Mary X (1728-1801).

He died on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1806.

Lily Wright Budd writes in John Budd 1599-1670, A Historical Journey: "Assessor of the township of Roxiticus (later Chester) as well as surveyor of roads. During the Revolution, while he was on duty elsewhere, his house was burned to the ground, suspected as being an act of revenge, on the part of the Tories." 
Budd, Daniel (I2088)
100 (Research):

Gershom Aldrich
Birth 4 Apr 1717
Death 16 Mar 1750 (aged 32)
Old Bethany Cemetery
Mattituck, Suffolk County, New York, USA
Plot Mattituck Parish Cemetery Section
Memorial ID 9681875 · View Source

Photos 1
Flowers 25

This is Gershom-4 (Jacob-3, Peter-2, George-1) Aldrich.

He married Hannah Reeve Oct 1744 in Southold, Long Island. (Salmon Records). This Hannah probably married, second John Case Jul 17, 1760 (Salmon Records and Mattituck Parish Records). If so, she is the daughter of Thomas and Mary (Salmon) Reeve. Thomas Reeve referred to his daughter, Hannah Case, in his 1760 will. Hannah Case died Mar 11, 1799 and is buried at Mattituck Parish Cemetery (in Find-A-Grave at Old Bethany Cemetery).

He drowned in 1750, age 33, in a boating accident along with four neighbors. (Mattituck Parish Cemetery Transcriptions - Craven in "History of Mattituck".

He had son Gershom, born 1743. This son may have had a mother other than Hannah Reeve, i.e., by an earlier unrecorded wife of Gershom-4, as 1743 is before their marriage. The birth date, however, is based on a calculated date of birth from the headstone using an age of 82 for the son when he died. If the inscription were in error, or written in error, she might still have been his mother.

There were three Gershoms to different fathers in the middle 1700's. There can be no doubt of the placement of this Gershom-4 born 1717 to theGershom-5 born 1743 for the following reasons. The first is the proximity of their graves to one another in Mattituck Parish Cemetery (next to current day Old Bethany Cemetery). Another reason is the explanation in the newspaper article concerning the suicide of the wife of Gershom-5 that his father had drowned 20 years earlier, while the Mattituck Parish Cemetery listing in Craven's History of Mattituck notes for Gershom born 1717 - "drowned with four of his neighbors".

Bio by Norris Taylor. 
Aldrich, Gershom (I5212)

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