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2 "An Interesting Appendix to the Stone Genealogy"
Prepared by John R. Bradfield, May 1979. Adelaide Spencer Stone's ancestors back to Philippe de Lannoy.  
Source: An Interesting Appendix to the STONE Genealogy
Adelaide Spencer
Thomas Stone
 
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Burk Old Timers
"Burk Old Timers"
back (top half) 
Dolly Burk
Elijah Burk
John Burk
Silas Burk
Solomon Burk
Zebina Burk
 
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Burk Old Timers
"Burk Old Timers"
back (bottom half) 
Dolly Burk
Elijah Burk
John Burk
Silas Burk
Solomon Burk
Zebina Burk
 
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Burk Old Timers (large)
"Burk Old Timers" (large)
The note that came with the photo read: The photo was taken in Blenheim Ontario. It has "5 sons + one daughter of James Burk" written across the bottom. The people in this photo are old, and named as: Solomon Burk, Zebina (?) Burk, Silas B. John B. Dolly (Mrs. Hartford) and Elijah Burk Born Jan. 8 1838 Married Feb 2, 1862. On the reverse are some family dates that were "narrated June 17 1961 Ada Burk Wife of Owen Burk". The dates on the reverse look to be the children of Elijah Burk. 
Dolly Burk
Elijah Burk
John Burk
Silas Burk
Solomon Burk
Zebina Burk
 
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Docket page 53 - Goslee
"Docket" page 53 - Goslee
Docket page 53 re Goslee. "John Selby Goslee's mother was a Miss Mills, probably sister of Stephen Mills" (this is independently validated by Joyce Witt's chart which shows Nelly Mills m. Goslee. J. Witt's chart also shows Nelly's brother Stephen with identical birth date of 15 Aug 1786) 
Source: Docket - Legal and genealogical notes relating to citizens in Wicomico, Maryland and surrounding Counties.
John Selby Goslee
 
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Ellen
"Ellen"
Photo #1 "Ellen". Possibly Ellen Heard d. 1838. One of a group of stones in the Thompson Plot at the Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georga (2009 Jim Brittain photo) 
Ellen Heard
 
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Hannah
"Hannah"
Photo #15 "Hannah" Possibly Hannah Brooks Heard (1845-1848). One of a group of stones in the Thompson Plot at the Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georga (2009 Jim Brittain photo) 
Hannah Brooks Heard
 
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James
"James"
Photo #2. "James" Possibly a child named for James Thompson father of William? One of a group of stones in the Thompson Plot at the Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Georga (2009 Jim Brittain photo) 
 
10 "LANNOY" by Margaret Stone (1851-1958). 1 MB pdf file.
A typwritten manuscript written cir 1931 that starts with the ancestors of Philippe de Lannoy who came to America on the vessel "Fortune" in 1621, and traces his descendants to our Stone family in Canada. There are also transcriptions of the entries in Thomas Stone's (1799-?) bible from Ireland.  
Source: LANNOY - The Delano-to-Stone History
Charles True Glass
Adelaide Stone
Frederick Stone
John Stone
Laurence Stone
Margaret Stone
Spencer Stone, "Pen"
Thomas Stone
Thomas Stone
William Spencer Stone
 
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Liffey - Sacrifice of the Shannon
"Liffey" - Sacrifice of the Shannon
A photo from "Sacrifice of the Shannon", by W. Albert Hickman. My guess is that Hickman took this photo himself - and it is of the icebreaker "Minto" which Hickman served on. Caption:"One moonlight night in the following December a boat of twenty-five hundred tons gross steamed up Caribou harbor and berthed at the Norhumberland Company's wharf. - p.86" 
William Albert Hickman
 
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Liffey - Sacrifice of the Shannon
"Liffey" - Sacrifice of the Shannon
A photo from "Sacrifice of the Shannon", by W. Albert Hickman. My guess is that Hickman took this photo himself - and it is of the icebreaker "Minto" - on which Hickman served.

Caption: "The Liffey came roaring out into the path of the moon. - p. 206" 
William Albert Hickman
 
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Minto
"Minto"
"Liffey", the fictional icebreaker in "Sacrifice of the Shannon" is modeled on the real-life "Minto". I found this photo of the Minto in "The Ships of Canada's Marine Services" by Charles D. Maginley and Bernard Collin.

You don't have to look to hard to see the similarities between Minto and Liffey.

Perhaps the photos that appear in "Sacrifice of the Shannon" were taken by Hickman, as he was known to be an avid photographer.

MINTO
Date completed: 1899. Tonnage: 1089 gross. Dimensions: 225 x 32.5 x 20.5 (depth) ft. Machinery: Single screw, steam triple expansion, 2900 IHP. Speed: 16 kts. 
William Albert Hickman
 
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Sacrifice of the Shannon cover. (reprint edition)
"Sacrifice of the Shannon" cover. (reprint edition)
by William Albert Hickman 
William Albert Hickman
 
15
1792 Greene County, GA Map
1792 Greene County, GA Map
Note that Hancock (created 1793) and Taliaferro (created 1825) do not appear. 
McKinney Howell
 
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1820 Census - Hanckock Co., GA p. 102
1820 Census - Hanckock Co., GA p. 102
Parts of Hancock Co. came from what was previously Greene co.

McKinney Howell family: "Mckinny Howell" household consists of 2 males 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-45, 6 slaves.

The age ranges in the census match the ages of the family as we know them as follows: Matthew C. Howell would be ~13 and John J. Howell would be ~10, McKinney would be ~39, Mary Johnson would be 34. The unidentified household members are the female under 10 and the male 16-26. 
John Johnson Howell
Matthew Cavenah Howell
McKinney Howell
Mary Johnson, "Polly"
 
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1822 Greene & Hancock County, GA Map
1822 Greene & Hancock County, GA Map
Note that Taliaferro County (created 1825) does not appear.  
McKinney Howell
 
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1830 Census - McKinney Howell
1830 Census - McKinney Howell
Taliaferro County, Georgia, records McKinney Howell household as follows: 3 males, 3 females, 13 slaves, and 1 male free person of color (page 363). 
McKinney Howell
 
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1830 Census - Samuel Johnson
1830 Census - Samuel Johnson
 
Samuel Johnson
 
20 1838 Greene Co. Indenture. Veazey witnesses
Greene Co., GA Indenture 27 Apr 1838 between Isaac Roberts and Joseph Moore. Witnesses William C? Veazey, John L. Veazey J.P. 
 
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1850 Census - Edmund Heard, Elizabeth Thompson family.
1850 Census - Edmund Heard, Elizabeth Thompson family.
Georgia, Richmond, Division 73, Edmund Heard age 41, clerk, Elizabeth 30, Henry 10, Emma B 8, Edna P. 6, Mary E. 2. 
Edmund Heard
Edna Perrin Heard
Henry Heard, CSA
Mary Elizabeth Heard
Edward C. Mason
Elizabeth Thompson
 
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1850 Census - Jacob Boyer Family
1850 Census - Jacob Boyer Family
1850 Census image, Bristol Township in the County of Philadelphia.
Dwelling number 318, Family number 320.
Enumerated 28 August, 1850

(Bristol Twp., Philadelphia County, was located just east of Germantown. The present day neighborhoods of East and West Oak Lane, Fern Rock and Logan are where the old Bristol Township was.)

Persons listed as being in the same "family" were (order below is same as census order):

Jacob Boyer, age 34, Saw grinder, born PA, "married within the year" not indicated.
George Boyer, age 2, born PA
Margaret Merion, age 21, born PA, "married within the year" not indicated.
John Butler, age 32, Saw grinder, Born Ireland
Elizabeth Butler, age 30, born England
 
George Washington Boyer
Jacob Boyer
Margaret Merion
 
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1850 Census - John J. Howell
1850 Census - John J. Howell
John J Howell 40, Elmina 36, John M. 17, Matthew A. 14, Burmah 10, Austria 8, Havilah 4, William 1. 
Family: Howell/McBride (F290)
 
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1850 Census - John Selby Goslee
1850 Census - John Selby Goslee
 
Ann Maria Whittington Bothum
Emily Goslee
John Selby Goslee
John William Goslee
Margaret Virginia "Jennie" Goslee
Elenor Mills
 
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1850 Census - Joseph Howell
1850 Census - Joseph Howell
 
Family: Howell/ (F2719)
 
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1850 Census - McKinney Howell family
1850 Census - McKinney Howell family
Household consists of McKinney Howell (age 69), his wife Mary Johnson Howell (age 64). Living with them are McKinney's sister-in-law, Sara Howell (age 35), and her two children Samuel A. Howell (age 17, student), and Mary J. Howell (age 16). Also enumerated is an H?. Reynolds (age 25, farmer). Enumerated 26 Sep 1850, Greene Co. Georgia District 144, Roll 71, Page 106. 
Mary Jane Howell
McKinney Howell
Samuel Armstrong Howell
Mary Johnson, "Polly"
Sara Maria Simonton
 
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1850 Census - Peter Freeney
1850 Census - Peter Freeney
Salisbury, Somerset County, Maryland. Enumerated July 1850. Thomas B. Freeney, Sr. does not appear, but he was born in Dec 1850 after the census was taken. 
Peter Freeny
Thomas Barton Freeny, Sr.
 
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1850 Census - William Jacob Webster family
1850 Census - William Jacob Webster family
 
William Jacob Webster
 
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1860 Census - Elmina Howell family
1860 Census - Elmina Howell family
White Plains, Greene County, GA - Names appear spelled as Hamill/Hawill/Howell - Elmira age 40, J M age 27, Alonzo age 24, Milla age 14 and William age 11. There is a listing above Elmina's for Jno M. Howell, no age listed, value of real estate 4,500; household value 13,700. 
Source: 1860 U.S. Census
Havilah "Villa" Howell
John Mckinney Howell, CSA
Matthew Alonzo Howell, CSA
William Johnson Howell
Elmina McBride
 
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1860 Census - Jacob Boyer family
1860 Census - Jacob Boyer family
1860 Census
P. 17 1st district, 22nd Ward, Philadelphia County, PA
Enumerated 8 Jun 1860, Post office: "Germantn"
All born in PA
Jacob Boyer, 42, Laborer
Margt. ,30
George, 12
Anna, 9
Sarah, 7
Elizabeth, 5
Jacob, 9 months
 
Anna Boyer, "Annie"
Elizabeth Boyer, "Lizzie"
George Washington Boyer
Jacob Boyer
Jacob Boyer
Sarah Boyer, "Sallie"
Margaret Merion
 
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1860 Census - Peter Freeney family
1860 Census - Peter Freeney family
Salisbury, Somerset Co., Maryland. Entire family b. Maryland. Spelled Freeny by census taker.  
Elizabeth "Betsey" Davis
Eugene E. Freeney
Benjamin Brooks Freeny
George Davis Freeny
James Cannon Freeny
Julia A. S. Freeny
Martha Freeny
Peter Freeny
Thomas Barton Freeny, Sr.
 
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1863 Greene County, GA Map
1863 Greene County, GA Map
 
McKinney Howell
 
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1870 Census (1st enumeration) Jacob Boyer Family
1870 Census (1st enumeration) Jacob Boyer Family
1870 Census - Philadelphia County, Ward 22, District 71 Germantown Post Office. Enumerated 14 July 1870

Jacob Boyer, age 55, Laborer, both parents born in USA, born PA, male citizen of US 21 or over
Margaret, age 41, both parents born in USA, born PA
George, age 23, Gardener, born PA, male citizen of US 21 or over.
Annie, age 19, Works in wollen mill, born in PA
Sallie, age 17, Works in wollen mill, born in PA
Lizzie, age 13, Works in wollen mill, born in PA
Jacob, age 11, born in PA, attended school within the year
Henry, age 8, born in PA, attended school within the year
John, age 5, born in PA
Delbert, age 3, born in PA
Aleah, age 9 months, born in PA, born within the past year in October.
 
Aldelbert Boyer, "Del"
Aleah Boyer, "Leah"
Anna Boyer, "Annie"
Elizabeth Boyer, "Lizzie"
George Washington Boyer
Henry Boyer
Jacob Boyer
Jacob Boyer
John Boyer
Sarah Boyer, "Sallie"
Margaret Merion
 
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1870 Census (2nd Enumeration) Jacob Boyer Family
1870 Census (2nd Enumeration) Jacob Boyer Family
Page 6, 71 District, Philadelphia County, PA
"Fishers Lane" appears at top of page. No enumeration date or other details on individuals provided.

Jacob Boyer, age 55, Farmer
Marguerite, age 41
George, age 22, Farmer
Annie, age 19
Sarah, age 18
Elizabeth, age 13
Jacob Jr., age 11
Henry, age 8
John, age 6
Aldelbert, age 4
Leah, age 1
 
Aldelbert Boyer, "Del"
Aleah Boyer, "Leah"
Anna Boyer, "Annie"
Brunner H. Boyer
Elizabeth Boyer, "Lizzie"
George Washington Boyer
Henry Boyer
Jacob Boyer
Jacob Boyer
John Boyer
Lena Boyer
Sarah Boyer, "Sallie"
Margaret Merion
 
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1870 Census - Peter Freeney
1870 Census - Peter Freeney
Salisbury, Somerset Co. 
Elizabeth "Betsey" Davis
Peter Freeny
Thomas Barton Freeny, Sr.
 
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1876 Map of Salisbury, Wicomico, Co., MD
1876 Map of Salisbury, Wicomico, Co., MD
Freeney locations highlighted and linked to individuals where known. Centennial map includes names of landowners.  
James Cannon Freeny
Peter Freeny
Thomas Barton Freeny, Sr.
 
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1876 Salisbury, Wicomico County Map
1876 Salisbury, Wicomico County Map
Centennial map includes names of landowners. Many Freeney's are shown. 
 
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1880 Census - Freeney
1880 Census - Freeney
Wicomico County, Maryland
Thomas B. Freeney, w, m, 29, carriage builder.
Emily, w, f, 30, wife, keeping house
Leonia, w, f, 6, daughter
Fannie E., w, f, 4, daughter
Sonora A., w, f, 3, daughter
Ella M., w, f, 1, daughter 
Ella Mae Freeney
Fannie E. Freeney
Leonia Freeney
Senora Anna Freeney
Thomas Barton Freeny, Sr.
Emily Goslee
 
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1880 Census - Jacob Boyer family
1880 Census - Jacob Boyer family
Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, PA
Second Street Road
Enumerated 8 June 1880

All below born in PA, Parents born in PA
Margaret Boyer, 45, Widowed,
Annie, 26, daughter, Works in Wollen Mill
Sarah, 24, daughter, Works in Wollen Mill
Elizabeth, 22. daughter, Works in Wollen Mill
John, 14, son, Works in Wollen Mill
Delbert, 12, son, Works in Wollen Mill
Leah, 10, daughter, at school
Brunner, 8, son.

 
Aldelbert Boyer, "Del"
Aleah Boyer, "Leah"
Anna Boyer, "Annie"
Brunner H. Boyer
Elizabeth Boyer, "Lizzie"
John Boyer
Sarah Boyer, "Sallie"
Margaret Merion
 
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1880 Census - John McKinney Howell family
1880 Census - John McKinney Howell family
p 1 of 2 
Emma Berrien Heard
Bertha Howell
Henry Alonzo Howell
John Johnson Howell
John Mckinney Howell, CSA
Percy Vincent Howell
Rosa Decottes Howell
 
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1880 Census - John McKinney Howell p 2 of 2
1880 Census - John McKinney Howell p 2 of 2
 
Brooks Howell
John Mckinney Howell, CSA
Mildred Eva Howell
 
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1880 Census - William Johnson Howell family
1880 Census - William Johnson Howell family
 
Family: Howell/Jernigan (F964)
 
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1895 Greene, Hanckock, Taliaferro, GA Counties Map.
1895 Greene, Hanckock, Taliaferro, GA Counties Map.
 
McKinney Howell
 
44
1900 Census - Emma B. Howell and her son Edward Howell
1900 Census - Emma B. Howell and her son Edward Howell
 
Emma Berrien Heard
Edward Lathrop Howell
 
45
1900 Census - Percy Vincent Howell
1900 Census - Percy Vincent Howell
Percy, Beulah, Louise, Henry, and Florence appear. Missing are Milledge Edward and Eva May. 
Family: Howell/King (F364)
 
46 1900 Census - Sarah J. Webster
 
Virginia "Jennie" M. Brewington
Sara Jane Webster
 
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1900 Census George W. Boyer Family
1900 Census George W. Boyer Family
Tabor Road, Philadelphia, PA. George W. Boyer, head b. Feb. 1855 age 45 'gardener helper(?)'; Mabel G., daughter, b. Oct. 1889 age 10; George W., son b. June 1892 age 7(?); Wilbur R, son, b. Dec. 1896 age 3; Mary Whiteheart(?), H. Keeper, b. Aug, 1851. 
George Washington Boyer, Jr.
George Washington Boyer
Mabel G. Boyer
Wilbur Russell Boyer
Mary Whiteheart
 
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1910 Census - John William Carlin family
1910 Census - John William Carlin family
Enumerated 15 Apr. 1910 - 23rd Ward, District 472, Philadelphia, Hawthorn St. Philadelphia, PA

John, head, 43, born PA, parents born PA, Foreman N.S. Arsenal.
Ralph H., son, 20 born PA, parents born PA, attendant, Insane Asylum
Edith, daughter, 17, born PA, parents born PA, Operator, N.S. Arsenal.
William R., son, 14,born PA, parents born PA, laborer, saw factory.
Florence, daughter, 12, born PA, parents born PA
Mary E., daughter, 10, born PA, parents born PA
Jane C. Edel, housekeeper, 33, Mill? in Department Store
 
Edith Carlin
Elizabeth Mary Carlin
Florence Carlin
John William Carlin
Ralph H Carlin
William R. Carlin
Jane C. Edel, "Ray"
 
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1911 Canadian Census - Archibald Campbell household
1911 Canadian Census - Archibald Campbell household
South York, Ontario, Canada 
Mirrette Eunice Burk
Archibald Campbell
Archibald Weir Campbell
Douglas Argyle Campbell, Sr.
Norman Howard Campbell
 
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1911 Canadian Census - Spencer Stone household
1911 Canadian Census - Spencer Stone household
 
Flora Maude Campbell
Elizabeth Louise Stone
John Douglas Stone
Robert Spencer Stone, M.D, L.L.D.
Spencer Stone, "Pen"
Thomas Archibald Stone
 
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1911 Census of Canada - Frank Davison household
1911 Census of Canada - Frank Davison household
Includes nephews, Ned and Bud Davison. 
Alma Minora Davison, "Allie"
Edward Sumner Davison, "Ned"
Francis Doran Davison
Harold Doran Davison, "Budd / Skipper"
Louise Sutcliffe Davison, "Lou"
Reginald Francis Davison, "Rex"
Ella Margaret Fraser
 
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1916 Marriage certificate: Boyer - Carlin
1916 Marriage certificate: Boyer - Carlin
Marriage certificate of Wilbur Russell Boyer, Sr. and Elizabeth Mary Carlin, 24 October 1916, Cecil County, Elkton, MD 
Source: Boyer - Carlin Marriage Certificate
Wilbur Russell Boyer
Elizabeth Mary Carlin
 
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1920 Census - Boyer
1920 Census - Boyer
Enumerated 2 January, 1920

W.R. Boyer family:
5401 Front Street, Philadelphia, PA

William R. Boyer, head, rented house, age 22, reads, writes, born PA, father born PA, mother born New Jersey, supervisor, Penna RR Co.
Elizabeth M., wife, age 20, reads, writes, born PA, parents born PA.
Evelyn, daughter, age 1, born PA.
Heatherlin, Mary C, aunt, age 59, reads, writes, born in PA, father born Canada (English), mother born PA.

George W. Boyer family
5337 Front St.
George W., head, owner, age 72,reads, writes, born PA, parents born PA, night watchman, Water Bureau.
Mary A., wife, age 69, reads, writes, born NJ, father born NJ, mother born PA.

 
Evelyn Elizabeth Boyer
George Washington Boyer
Wilbur Russell Boyer
Elizabeth Mary Carlin
Mary Whiteheart
 
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1920 Census - John M. Howell family
1920 Census - John M. Howell family
 
Family: Howell/Walker (F981)
 
55 1940 - Nellie Smith Rymal's letters
Letters from Nellie Smith Rymal re: Cherry Family. Mentions Betsy Cherry m. William Spencer. (Cherry Dolezal collection) 
M107
Betsy Cherry
Stephen Cherry
William Spencer
 
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1977 Elizabeth M. Boyer obituary
1977 Elizabeth M. Boyer obituary
Elizabeth M. Boyer, 78, of 300 First avenue, died Sunday in Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital. A resident here for 13 years, she was born in the Frankformd section of Philadelphia and formerly lived in Olney. Surviving are her husband, Wilbur R.; son Wilbur R. Jr. of Media, PA.; daughter, Evelyn Hinsdale of Fort Myers, Fla.; five grand children and three great grandchildren. Services were held at the John C. Sundak Funeral Home, Cape May, with the Rev. William Stott, rector of the Episcopal Church of the Advent, officiating. Burial was in Cold Spring Cemetery. 
Source: Cape May, NJ News
Elizabeth Mary Carlin
 
57 Living
(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
S.C. Boyer
H.M. Carswell
W.K.E. Carswell
J.R. Cowan
K.A. Cowan
Louise Yvonne Edwards
C.M.". Elliot
S.P. Elliot
B.D. Fletcher
D.C. Higginbotham
E.C. Higginbotham
E.A. Higginbotham
J.A. Higginbotham
J.T. Higginbotham
J.S. Howell, Jr.
J.S. Howell, "Spencer"
Audrey MacDonald
C. McConeghy
S.A.S. McKeough
W.D. McKeough
H.I. Park
Henry Daniel Rose
Betsey Anne Stone
M.J. Walker
Susan Elaine Warner
 
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707 Lumpkin St., Cuthbert, GA
707 Lumpkin St., Cuthbert, GA
"For a few years, this house was occupied by the Howells (John-Henry-Eva and Edward).."  
 
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707 Lumpkin St., Cuthbert, GA in 2005
707 Lumpkin St., Cuthbert, GA in 2005
"For a few years, this house was occupied by the Howells (John-Henry-Eva and Edward).." p. 168-9 Randolph County, GA vol II.  
Bertha Howell
Edward Lathrop Howell
Henry Alonzo Howell
Mildred Eva Howell
 
60 A Great Industry (Davison Lumber Company)
An account of the Davison Lumber Company operations during the period after it was sold by E.D. Davison & Sons - (the new company was renamed the "Davison Lumer Company, Limited".) Supmitted by Rev. Dr. Morton and published in the Halifax Herald. Includes excerpts from the Bridgewater Bulletin, September 25, 1906  
Margaret Helen Hastings
 
61
A Maud Howard
A Maud Howard
Status: Located.  
A. Maud Howard
 
62 A Tribute to John Herbert Pigman
Written by his wife and posted on the USMA 1950 Memorial Articles site. 
John Herbert (Gen., Jack) Pigman
 
63
Accident at Hebron
Accident at Hebron
Newspaper article describing the accidental death of Noah Wesley Majors, husband of Elizabeth Jane Goslee. 
Elizabeth Jane Goslee
Franklin Grant Goslee
Noah Wesley Majors
 
64
Ada Burk Stephens
Ada Burk Stephens
 
Ada Jane Burk
 
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Ada Jane Burk
Ada Jane Burk
 
Ada Jane Burk
 
66
Alanson Veazey Howell
Alanson Veazey Howell
Alanson Veazey Howell and daughter Margaret 
Alanson Veazey Howell
 
67 Albert S. Howell, Jr letter to Florence Howell Pollard
2 page carbon copy of letter dated 18 July 1972 re Veazey, Howell, Mcbride, Eley, McKinney, Rhodes, and more, ancestry. (Jim Brittain, Jr. collection) 
Albert Sidney Howell, Jr.
 
68
Albert Sidney Howell
Albert Sidney Howell
Status: Located.  
Albert Sidney Howell, Jr.
 
69 Albert Sidney Howell re McKinney Howell's will
Letter from A.S.Howell, Jr. to Florence Howell Pollard 20 July, 1972. Reporting on McKinney Howell's will. 
Albert Sidney Howell, Jr.
McKinney Howell
 
70
Alexandra Ewing
Alexandra Ewing
 
Alexandra Ewing
 
71
Alfred Grunberger
Alfred Grunberger
Cir 1922, Bridgewater, NS (Hal Lathrop collection) 
Alfred Grèunberger
 
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Alfred Grunberger in Bridgewater, NS
Alfred Grunberger in Bridgewater, NS
From a photo album belonging to Louise S. Davison "Lou" and her sister Alma M. Davison "Allie". This photo was untitled, facing a photo on the opposite page of who is believed to be Nellie Davison. The date could be about 1922 based on Catherine Leavitt's remarks about remembering that Nellie and "The Baron" (Grunberger) visited Bridgewater and attended a dinner party at Frank Davison's house when Catherine was a young girl. (Frank Davison is the father of Lou and Allie mentioned above) A newspaper article in 1922 also reports that Nellie and Grunberger visited Canada in 1922. In the summer of 1922 Nellie was 41, Mr. Gruenberger was 46, and Catherine Doran Davison Leavitt was 12. (Hal Lathrop collection.) 
Alfred Grèunberger
 
73
Alfred Russell Stone
Alfred Russell Stone
 
Alfred Russell Stone
 
74
Alice and Claude Howard, Jr.
Alice and Claude Howard, Jr.
Cir 1925 
Lawrence Claude Howard, Jr.
Alice T. Seeders
 
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Alice Seeders
Alice Seeders
 
Alice T. Seeders
 
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Alice T. Seeders
Alice T. Seeders
Status: Located.  
Alice T. Seeders
 
77
Alma Howell - Wedding photo in Vogue Magazine
Alma Howell - Wedding photo in Vogue Magazine
Photo bottom p. 13 Feb 1, 1927

Photo by Franz Löwy (1883-1949)
http://www.pratercottage.at/2014/02/25/der-wiener-starfotograf-franz-loewy-1883-1949/ 
Alma Minora Howell, "Atze"
 
78 Alma Howell / Paul Passini Wedding Invitation
(pdf attached)

Monsieur Alfred Gruenberger, Ministre d'Autriche à Paris, et Madame Alfred Gruenberger, née Davison ont l'honneur de vous faire part du mariage de leur belle-fille et fille, Mademoiselle Alma Minora Howell, avec Monsieur Paul Passini,

Et vous prient d'asoister à la bénédiction nuptiale qui leursera donnée le Samedi 11 Septembre 1926 à midi

vcès prćcis, en l'Eglise St Georges / 7, rue Auguste Vacquerie /.

15, rue Beaujon. 
Ellen Minora Davison, "Nellie"
Alfred Grèunberger
Alma Minora Howell, "Atze"
Paul Otto Passini
 
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Alma Howell = 1942 photo
Alma Howell = 1942 photo
Photo of Alma Howell appearing with her article in the Atlanta Journal, 8 February 1942. Source: Betty Howell Traver collection. 
Alma Minora Howell, "Atze"
 
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Alma Howell article
Alma Howell article
 
Alma Minora Howell, "Atze"
 
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Alma Howell birth announcement
Alma Howell birth announcement
Article in Atlanta Constitution 26 July 1901. 
Alma Minora Howell, "Atze"
 
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Alma M. Davison, Louise S. Davison
Alma M. Davison, Louise S. Davison
Status: Located.  
Alma Minora Davison, "Allie"
Louise Sutcliffe Davison, "Lou"
 
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Alma M. Hickman
Alma M. Hickman
This from a small photo album on display during the Hickman family reunion in 2005. "Alma Hickman" is written on the alubm page above this photo. The album was on loan for the reunion from The Keillor House Museum in Dorchester, NB. 
Alma Minora Hickman, "Annie"
 
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Alma Minora Davison Allie
Alma Minora Davison "Allie"
1934 photo identified by Margaret Helen Davison in 2007. Hal Lathrop collection. 
Alma Minora Davison, "Allie"
 
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Alma Minora Hickman
Alma Minora Hickman
This from a small photo album on display during the Hickman family reunion in 2005. "Alma Hickman" is written on the alubm page above this photo. The album was on loan for the reunion from The Keillor House Museum in Dorchester, NB. 
Alma Minora Hickman, "Annie"
 
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Alma Minora Hickman
Alma Minora Hickman
Drawing on display at the Hickman family reunion 2005. Original is approx 18"x 18".

Several large (18" x 18" or so) and beautifully framed antique photos & drawings were placed next to the entrance of the large tent that Judy and Marlene had erected for the Hickman family reunion in 2005. Up until this time, I had not seen an image of Alma.

We have no absolute evidence that this image is of Alma - - but there is much evidence:

a) There are photos of others in Joseph Hickman's family that are labeled - so this could be Alma by process of elimination.

b) There is another photo of equal size of Alma's sister Caroline Clifford "Cliffey" Hickman Bequith.

c) The unusually large size of the photos and their similarity of framing is another hint - the Hickmans independently lost both Caroline Clifford (d. 4 Dec 1884 in Dorchester, NB) and Alma (d. 2 Dec 1884 in Bridgewater, NS) when both died within two days of each other.

d) These images were originally displayed in the Joseph Hickman House where the girls grew up.

e) And finally, a separate image (photograph) of the same woman was found in a photo album (on loan from the Keillor House Museum for the 2005 reunion). Somone prior to receipt of the album by the museum has written above the photo 'Alma Hickman".

To settle this we need to look through the Davison family photos and see if we see this Alma. If she is there, that will settle any doubts.
 
Alma Minora Hickman, "Annie"
 
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Alma Minora Hickman
Alma Minora Hickman
Status: Located. In loving memory of Alma Hickman - wife of Edward Davison - died Dec 2, 1884
"They have crossed the river and rest under the shade of the trees." 
Alma Minora Hickman, "Annie"
 
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Alonzo Howell
Alonzo Howell
Status: Located.  
Matthew Alonzo Howell, CSA
 
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Ambassador Stone
Ambassador Stone
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, her husband HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh with Ambassador Thomas Archibald Stone. 
Thomas Archibald Stone
 
90 American Boyers
Excerpts. Pages from chapter 7 Gabriel Boyer (AG) p. 631-646 
Source: American Boyers
Gabriel Boyer
 
91 American Boyers - Exerpts from 1915 edition
 
Elizabeth Boyer
Gabriel Boyer
Gabriel Boyer
John Boyer, "Revolutionary War"
Rebecca Boyer
Mary Smith
 
92 Ancestors of William Clopton
Selected pages of "Ancestors of William Clopton" by Lucy Lane Erwin. Corrections made by Betty Howell Traver. 
Henry Lathrop Howell
John Edward Howell, "Jack"
 
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Andrew J. Towers, Elsie M.
Andrew J. Towers, Elsie M.
Status: Located.  
Elsie Mae Howard
Andrew J. Towers
 
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Ann Denison
Ann Denison
Status: Located.  
Ann Borodell
 
95 Living
(At least one living individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
S.A. Howard, Phd.
 
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Ann Maria W.
Ann Maria W.
Status: Located. Photo by Wanda Dawson 
Ann Maria Whittington Bothum
 
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Anna Elizabeth Jernigan
Anna Elizabeth Jernigan
Mark McBride Howell collection 
Anna Elizabeth Jernigan, "Nuna"
 
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Anna Freeney Brewington
Anna Freeney Brewington
 
Senora Anna Freeney
 
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Anna Freeney Brewington
Anna Freeney Brewington
 
Senora Anna Freeney
 
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Anna Freeney Brewington
Anna Freeney Brewington
 
Senora Anna Freeney
 

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