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'An Interesting Appendix to the Stone Genealogy'
"An Interesting Appendix to the Stone Genealogy"
Prepared by John R. Bradfield, May 1979. Adelaide Spencer Stone's ancestors back to Philippe de Lannoy.  
 
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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) 
 
3
1792 Greene County, GA Map
1792 Greene County, GA Map
Note that Hancock (created 1793) and Taliaferro (created 1825) do not appear. 
 
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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. 
 
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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.  
 
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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). 
 
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1830 Census - Samuel Johnson
1830 Census - Samuel Johnson
 
 
8
1838 Greene Co. Indenture. Veazey witnesses
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. 
 
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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
 
 
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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. 
 
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1850 Census - John Selby Goslee
1850 Census - John Selby Goslee
 
 
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1850 Census - Joseph Howell
1850 Census - Joseph Howell
 
 
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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. 
 
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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. 
 
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1850 Census - William Jacob Webster family
1850 Census - William Jacob Webster family
 
 
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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. 
 
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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
 
 
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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.  
 
20
1863 Greene County, GA Map
1863 Greene County, GA Map
 
 
21
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.
 
 
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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
 
 
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1870 Census - Peter Freeney
1870 Census - Peter Freeney
Salisbury, Somerset Co. 
 
24
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.  
 
25
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 
 
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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.

 
 
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1880 Census - John McKinney Howell family
1880 Census - John McKinney Howell family
p 1 of 2 
 
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1880 Census - John McKinney Howell p 2 of 2
1880 Census - John McKinney Howell p 2 of 2
 
 
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1880 Census - William Johnson Howell family
1880 Census - William Johnson Howell family
 
 
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1895 Greene, Hanckock, Taliaferro, GA Counties Map.
1895 Greene, Hanckock, Taliaferro, GA Counties Map.
 
 
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1900 Census - Emma B. Howell and her son Edward Howell
1900 Census - Emma B. Howell and her son Edward Howell
 
 
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1900 Census - Percy Vincent Howell
1900 Census - Percy Vincent Howell
Percy, Beulah, Louise, Henry, and Florence appear. Missing are Milledge Edward and Eva May. 
 
34
1900 Census - Sarah J. Webster
1900 Census - Sarah J. 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. 
 
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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
 
 
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1911 Canadian Census - Archibald Campbell household
1911 Canadian Census - Archibald Campbell household
South York, Ontario, Canada 
 
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1911 Canadian Census - Spencer Stone household
1911 Canadian Census - Spencer Stone household
 
 
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1911 Census of Canada - Frank Davison household
1911 Census of Canada - Frank Davison household
Includes nephews, Ned and Bud Davison. 
 
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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 
 
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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.

 
 
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1920 Census - John M. Howell family
1920 Census - John M. Howell family
 
 
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1940 - Nellie Smith Rymal's letters
1940 - Nellie Smith Rymal's letters
Letters from Nellie Smith Rymal re: Cherry Family. Mentions Betsy Cherry m. William Spencer. (Cherry Dolezal collection) 
 
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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. 
 
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Accident at Hebron
Accident at Hebron
Newspaper article describing the accidental death of Noah Wesley Majors, husband of Elizabeth Jane Goslee. 
 
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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/ 
 
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Alma Howell / Paul Passini Wedding Invitation
Alma Howell / Paul Passini Wedding Invitation
(pdf attached)

Monsieur Alfred Gruenberger, Ministre d'Autriche ŕ 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 ŕ la bénédiction nuptiale qui leursera donnée le Samedi 11 Septembre 1926 ŕ midi

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

15, rue Beaujon. 
 
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Alma Howell article
Alma Howell article
 
 
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Alma Howell birth announcement
Alma Howell birth announcement
Article in Atlanta Constitution 26 July 1901. 
 
50
American Boyers - Exerpts from 1915 edition
American Boyers - Exerpts from 1915 edition
 
 
51
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Anna Freeney Brewington
Anna Freeney Brewington
 
 
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Antti Sedig and Sanni Palomaki 1940 Census
Antti Sedig and Sanni Palomaki 1940 Census
 
 
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Antti Sedig on Passenger List
Antti Sedig on Passenger List
 
 
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Antti Sedig WWI Draft Registrars Report
Antti Sedig WWI Draft Registrars Report
 
 
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Antti Sedig WWII Draft Registrar
Antti Sedig WWII Draft Registrar
 
 
57
Arch. Campbell Canadian Parliament
Arch. Campbell Canadian Parliament
 
 
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Article on Oscar Webster's murder.
Article on Oscar Webster's murder.
Article on Oscar Webster's murder. From: Baltimore Sun 10 Oct 1877. 
 
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Benefit concert for Henry Howell, 'brilliant pianist'
Benefit concert for Henry Howell, "brilliant pianist"
Article appearing in the Atlanta Constitution 12 May, 1895 
 
60
Benjamin Rhodes
Benjamin Rhodes
Handwritten document. Possible connection to John McBride. Notes and document from Betty H. Traver. 
 
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Bettie H. Deveraux Obituary
Bettie H. Deveraux Obituary
Bettie Harrington Deveraux Obituary appearing in The News Journal, Friday, January 4, 2008 (PDF file) 
 
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Bill Boyer - Hometown Hero
Bill Boyer - Hometown Hero
Article appearing in the Naples Daily News. Covers Wilbur R. Boyer's participation in World War II as a Navy radioman. 
 
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Bill Boyer obituary
Bill Boyer obituary
Wilbur R. "Bill" Boyer obituary - Ft. Myers News-Press 
 
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Boone Hall Plantation
Boone Hall Plantation
"The Thomas Stone Years" - Plaque on the site of Boone Hall Plantation - taken in 2003 When Boone Hall was a museum. 
 
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Boone Hall Plantation - Sold to New Yorkers
Boone Hall Plantation - Sold to New Yorkers
Newspaper article about the sale of Boone Hall to Thomas A. and Alexandra Stone  
 
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Boyer - Reese Marriage
Boyer - Reese Marriage
 
 
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Boyer house fire article
Boyer house fire article
pdf version of Article appearing in the Philadelphia Inquirer 11 Feb, 1897 describing the terrible fire in which Gwendoline was killed. 
 
68
Burk Pioneer's Cemetery Inscriptions
Burk Pioneer's Cemetery Inscriptions
Picture and inscription of the tomstones at the Burk Pioneer Cenetery, Darlington Ontario. Requires Adobe Reader to view. Posted by Graham Stewart - Nov 17, 2004 on the Burk family web - myfamily.com 
 
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Campbell Flour Mills - Financial Information
Campbell Flour Mills - Financial Information
Poor's Manual of Industrials: Manufacturing, Mining, and Miscellaneous Companies
From Volume 4 of Poor's Manual of Industrials: Manufacturing, Mining and Miscellaneous Companies, Poor's Railroad Manual Company, 1913 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Carter - Benson Marriage Certificate
Carter - Benson Marriage Certificate
15 Jul 1885. Edward William Carter and Jennie Benson, 1906 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 
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Charles Smith Turner Hickman family - 1911 Census of Canada
Charles Smith Turner Hickman family - 1911 Census of Canada
 
 
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Charles Umlauf
Charles Umlauf
Obituary 
 
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Clopton - Antique Pedigree
Clopton - Antique Pedigree
From the Harleian Manuscript collection in the British Museum in London. Click on red dots to see database entry. 
 
75
D.A.R. application of Marguerite Freeney.
D.A.R. application of Marguerite Freeney.
 
 
76
Daniel Traver obituary
Daniel Traver obituary
Daniel Traver obituary (likely from The Herald Journal, Greensboro, GA) Source: J. Spencer Howell 
 
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DanielTraverObituary.jpg
DanielTraverObituary.jpg
 
 
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DanielTraverObituarythm.jpg
DanielTraverObituarythm.jpg
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Davison Lumber Company history
Davison Lumber Company history
From the archives of the DesBrisay Museum, Bridgewater, NS - 2003 
 
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Davison Lumber Mill at Hastings
Davison Lumber Mill at Hastings
As you read this article please remember that the Davison Lumber Mill at Hastings was of course built after the death of E.D. Davison, Sr., and after his sons sold the company their father founded to John M. Hastings. Hastings renamed the company Davison Lumber Company. Another point, interesting to us but unmentioned in the article, is that Helen Hastings, the daughter of John Hastings, married Harold Doran "Budd" Davison in 1914 - Budd is the son of E.D. Davison, Jr.  
 
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Death of Thomas B. Freeney Sr.
Death of Thomas B. Freeney Sr.
Newspaper article. Was placed between the pages of the Freeney family bible.  
 
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Deed to Joseph Howell 1830 Taliaferro County - P.1
Deed to Joseph Howell 1830 Taliaferro County - P.1
19 December 1830 - Original handwritten Deed from A. R. Ransone(?) to Joseph Howell for 132 acres in Taliaferro County, Georgia. Witnessed by Silas M. Johnson and S. Johnson J.P. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.) 
 
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Deed to Joseph Howell 1830 Taliaferro County - P.2 (reverse)
Deed to Joseph Howell 1830 Taliaferro County - P.2 (reverse)
19 December 1830 - Original handwritten Deed from A. R. Ransone(?) to Joseph Howell for 132 acres in Taliaferro County, Georgia. Witnessed by Silas M. Johnson and S. Johnson J.P. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.) 
 
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Deed to McKinney Howell for 150 acres, Hancock Co in 1818.
Deed to McKinney Howell for 150 acres, Hancock Co in 1818.
19 October 1818 - Original handwritten Deed from John Cain to McKinney Howell for 150 acres in Hanckock County, Georgia. Witnessed by Joseph Howell. The deed is on one 12" x 14" piece of paper and contains a rather home made red seal in the bottom right. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.)  
 
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Deed to Samuel Armstrong Howell
Deed to Samuel Armstrong Howell
Greene County, GA, 8 Acres from E.F. Jarrell to S. A. Howell. in 1861. Scan of original indenture. (A.S Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain.)
 
 
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Degge Block article
Degge Block article
Article appearing in Chatham This Week - September 15, 2010 describes the history of the Chatham, Ontario store at one time owned by Thomas Stone and his son Spencer Stone. By John Rhodes. (Article forwarded to me by Darcy McKeough) 
 
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Descendants of Peter Smith and Margaret MacMillan
Descendants of Peter Smith and Margaret MacMillan
Descendants of Peter Smith and Margaret MacMillan his wife. March 20, 1973.  
 
89
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Docket p. 54
Docket p. 54
Obadiah Mills born 1740. Mentions: Senator Kenney of Delaware, Joshua Kenney, Sallie Anne Kenney. 
 
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Docket p. 55
Docket p. 55
Names mentioned (partial list), Jonathan Bailey, Jonathan Edward Bailey, James Bailey, Jonathan Waller born near Delmar, father of Thomas W. Waller, Penny Miller, Thomas W. Waller, Benney Waller, John Waller son of Alfred and Betsy Waller. Richard Waller husband of Liffie (Wall) Goslee Waller who was a daughter of Richard Goslee, sister of Nancy Humpfreys and Mrs Edward L. Austin 1st. 
 
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Docket p.52
Docket p.52
Docket p.52 mentions (partial) Stephen Mills born 5 August 1786, John Selby Goslee, Stephen Mills, Minnie Mills Dick, Dow Mills, John Mills owner of Johnson farm (of which F. Grant Goslee homstead); Jacob Mills, Clement Goslee, Elijah Goslee, George Goslee, Henrietta Dashiell. 
 
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Docket p.56
Docket p.56
Mentions (partial): Isabella Lowe, Isabella (Mills) Lowe, Levin Lowe, Hannah Ellen Killiam born 1835. James Ralph father of David Ralph, Sydney Ralph, William James Ralph, Longstreet Ralph. Martha Woolford daughter of John Selby Goslee. Parson's Cemetery, Salisbury, MD. 
 
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Docket p.57
Docket p.57
Mentions (partial): Henry Jackson, Laurel, Sussex Co.,DE related to Sallie a Kerney. Postmaster Phillips (Harry), Salisbury, MD 1921. Thomas Bothum, John Selby Goslee, Margaret Bothum, Anne Maria Bothum Goslee. Whittington, H. Fillmore Lankford 
 
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Docket p.58
Docket p.58
Mentions (partial): John Kearney, Joseph Thomas Kearney, Potsville M. P. Cemetery. Mt. Pleasant Church Yard. 
 
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Docket p.60
Docket p.60
Mentions (partial): Robert Bruce De Pollock, Madaline Tasker, Lord Proprietor of Ireland, High Chancellor. Princess Anne. James K. Polk, Priscilla Polk, Col James Polk was named Surveyor of the Port of Baltimore. Mr. Harcum who married Aunt Mary Allen's daughter. William Whittington son of James. Susan F. Taylor. James Whittington captured by British during the Revolution.  
 
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Docket p.61
Docket p.61
Mentions (partial): Harcum, Aunt Mary Allen had one sister, the mother of grandmother Ann Maria Whittington Bothum Goslee. Aunt Mary Allen's maiden name was Whittington accounting for Whittington in the name of Ann Maria Whittington Bothum Goslee. Susan F. Taylor 1842, Allen, Trafford 
 
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Docket p.61 newspaper
Docket p.61 newspaper
"The Polk Family" article by Elmer F. Ruark. Mentions James Knox Polk, Colonel Thomas Polk, Samuel Pol,. 
 
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Docket p.63
Docket p.63
Newspaper article "Story of 'Sampson Hat' by Old Furnace Visitor, 1872 
 
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Docket p.75
Docket p.75
Mentions: George Hitch - Hitch's School, Herbert Hitch, Robert Hitch, Ezekiel Hitch. 1690. Margaret Bothum "Balley Sannie" (Balla Shannon). 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
102
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Dr. T. Barton Freeney
Dr. T. Barton Freeney
"High grade watches, diamonds, jewelry, silverware, cut glass, fountain pens, etc. Fine watch and jewelry repairing a specialty" 
 
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Draft Card - George W. Boyer, Jr.
Draft Card - George W. Boyer, Jr.
 
 
105
Du Ponter Appointed to European Position
Du Ponter Appointed to European Position
 
 
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E. D. Davison & Sons ad in McAlpines
E. D. Davison & Sons ad in McAlpines
 
 
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E. D. Davison, Jr. obituary
E. D. Davison, Jr. obituary
Bad copy (out of focus) - need a better one! 
 
108
E.D. Davison Lumber Co.
E.D. Davison Lumber Co.
Appearing in the 1896 McAlpines Nova Scotia Directory. This shows that two years after their father's death, the three sons (Charles, Edward and Frank) were running the company. 
 
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E.D.Davison, Sr. Obituary
E.D.Davison, Sr. Obituary
Halifax Herald, 23 Feb, 1894 
 
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Ed Gussick example
Ed Gussick example
Ed Gussick was the pen name used by Edward Lathrop Howell. It appears on his gravestone.  
 
111
Edward Carter
Edward Carter
"Man dies at wheel" - article 
 
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Edward Carter
Edward Carter
"Heart Victim" article. 
 
113
Edward D. Howell - obituary
Edward D. Howell - obituary
 
 
114
Elizabeth Stone Howell US Social Security Application
Elizabeth Stone Howell US Social Security Application
 
 
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ElizabethSHowellSocialSecurityApp2.jpg
ElizabethSHowellSocialSecurityApp2.jpg
 
 
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Ella Howard Murphy
Ella Howard Murphy
"Celebrates 101'st Year" - Jan 31, 1990 article in County Times Record. 
 
117
Ellis Island passenger list
Ellis Island passenger list
Ellen Grunberger is on the ship Aquitania passenger list departed from Cherbourg, France, arrived New York (Ellis Island)16 March 1923 - age 42. 
 
118
Emily Campbell Price re Isabel Ferguson
Emily Campbell Price re Isabel Ferguson
Christmas card notes. 
 
119
Emily Goslee Freeney remeberance card
Emily Goslee Freeney remeberance card
 
 
120
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
121
Estate Distribution of Basil Tarlton
Estate Distribution of Basil Tarlton
St. Mary's, 11 September 1861
(contributed by Joni Anderson-Manuel) 
 
122
Evelyn B. Carter
Evelyn B. Carter
Obituary 
 
123
Ezekiel Veazey line b. 1759
Ezekiel Veazey line b. 1759
Ezekiel Veasey b. 1759 line to Albert Sidney Howell. (A.S. Howell, Jr. collection courtesy of Jim Brittain) 
 
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Family bible of Lenora Love Howard.
Family bible of Lenora Love Howard.
Image reads:
"John W. Howard born 18th Feb. 1876. Nora Howard 19th Oct. 1880. Lawrence Claude Howard (son) born the 23rd of April 1899. William Lawrence Howard (son) born 13th of Feb 1906
Mary Annie Howard (daughter) was born the 3rd of August 1908." 
 
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Frank Davison Obituary
Frank Davison Obituary
Halifax Herald 11 Nov. 1913 
 
126
Fred H. Davison - Obituary
Fred H. Davison - Obituary
Halifax Chronicle Herald, 29 October 1952 
 
127
Freeney Family Bible - Births
Freeney Family Bible - Births
 
 
128
Freeney Family Bible - Births (p2)
Freeney Family Bible - Births (p2)
 
 
129
Freeney Family Bible - Deaths
Freeney Family Bible - Deaths
 
 
130
Freeney Family Bible - Hebron bookmark
Freeney Family Bible - Hebron bookmark
Cloth bookmark, hand sewn 
 
131
Freeney Family Bible - Marriages
Freeney Family Bible - Marriages
 
 
132
Freeney Family Bible postcard
Freeney Family Bible postcard
From SW Webster to Emily Freeney in 1909. 
 
133
Freeney Family Tree
Freeney Family Tree
By Marguerite Freeney Howard 
 
134
Freeney Sharecropping Agreement - p.1
Freeney Sharecropping Agreement - p.1
Emily Freeney / S. Banks sharecropping agreement at Spring Hill Farm, MD 
 
135
Freeney Sharecropping Agreement - p.2
Freeney Sharecropping Agreement - p.2
Emily Freeney / S. Banks sharecropping agreement at Spring Hill Farm, MD -  
 
136
George W Boyer Draft Card - p.2
George W Boyer Draft Card - p.2
 
 
137
Georgia Archives letter re: John McBride
Georgia Archives letter re: John McBride
Feb 27, 1974 to Leila (Heard Jenkins) Brittain in reply to request for information on John McBride. 
 
138
Georgias Public Men
Georgias Public Men
1902 -1904 
 
139
Goslee Chart
Goslee Chart
Handwritten Goslee chart by Marguerite Freeney Howard 
 
140
Gwendolen A. Boyer
Gwendolen A. Boyer
Coroner and Undertaker report 
 
141
Harrington Family Tree
Harrington Family Tree
Handwritten tree by Jack Harrington (8 MB PDF). 
 
142
Henry A. Howell letter 9 Apr 1902
Henry A. Howell letter 9 Apr 1902
To Eva Howell. Discusses piano selection, and says Nellie will be away for the summer in Nova Scotia. Source: Betty Howell Traver 
 
143
Henry Alonzo Howell letter re Kilpatrick House.
Henry Alonzo Howell letter re Kilpatrick House.
Written to Wm. Heard Kilpatrick, 7 Sep. 1939. Return address 148 Randolph St.(Cuthbert, GA)

Sent to me by Scott Kilpatrick, March 2006 
 
144
Henry and Nellie Howell sail for Europe 20 October 1902.
Henry and Nellie Howell sail for Europe 20 October 1902.
Article appearing in the Atlanta Constitution 16 Oct 1902. 
 
145
Henry Davison Obituary
Henry Davison Obituary
Halifax Herald, Aug 28, 1896 
 
146
Henry Howell
Henry Howell
New Year at the YMCA. Article from the Atlanta Constitution 2 Jan 1894. 
 
147
Henry Howell & Blanche - 1920 Census
Henry Howell & Blanche - 1920 Census
Henry Howell (head) age 53, b. Georgia, parents both b. Georgia, Musician.
Blanche (wife) age 61, b. Pennsylvania, father born New Jersey, mother born Pennsylvania.
Enumerated on Feb 27, 1920, Philadelphia, PA, Ward 22, enumeration district 596 - Philadelphia, Ward 22, Tract V 7 (part of), See S.D. 564 Bounded by: Morris, Coulter, Wissahickon Ave., Chelten Ave. 
 
148
Henry Howell - Judge in Young Composers Contest
Henry Howell - Judge in Young Composers Contest
Prescott Evening Courier - January 14, 1943 
 
149
Henry Howell letter to Eva 11 Apr 1893
Henry Howell letter to Eva 11 Apr 1893
Source: Betty Howell Traver 
 
150
Henry Howell letter to Julia Howell Traylor
Henry Howell letter to Julia Howell Traylor
Letter dated May 1, 1935. Describes his piano lessons with Theodor Leschetizky in Vienna Austria in 1902-1904. Additional comments on life in Austria. (Letter courtesy of Julia Howell Traylor Dyar) 
 
151
Henry Howell Obituary
Henry Howell Obituary
Appearing in "The Cuthbert Times" Tuesday, Feb 6, 1958. 
 
152
Henry Howell obituary
Henry Howell obituary
Henry Howell obituary from The Atlanta Journal, Thursday, 30 January 1958 - p. 16. "Death Claims Music Teacher Henry Howell"; Source: Betty Howell Traver 
 
153
Henry Howell obituary
Henry Howell obituary
Henry Howell obituary appearing in "The Herald Journal" Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia. Front page, Friday, 7 February, 1958. "H.A. Howell passes at 91" Source: Betty Howell Traver.  
 
154
Henry Howell to Mildred Eva Howell
Henry Howell to Mildred Eva Howell
Letter from Henry Howell to his sister Mildred Eva Howell. July 24, 1900. Source: Betty Howell Traver 
 
155
Henry Howell Weds Miss Davison
Henry Howell Weds Miss Davison
Atlanta Constitution 10 April 1900. "Mr. Howell Weds Miss Davison. The friends in Atlanta of Mr. Henry Howell, the talented musician, will be interested to learn of his marriage in London, Saturday, to Miss Davison, formerly of Canada. Miss Davision first met Mr. Howell on the occasion of her visit to Mrs. Charles O. Sheridan last Winter. Mr. Howell and his bride sailed from Liverpool the day of their marriage and will make Atlanta their home." 
 
156
Henry Howell's music class piano recital.
Henry Howell's music class piano recital.
Article from the Atlanta Constitution 23 May 1894 
 
157
Hickman Sea Sled
Hickman Sea Sled
Drawings included with patent application. 
 
158
Hickman Sea Sled Drawing.jpg
Hickman Sea Sled Drawing.jpg
 
 
159
Hickman Sea Sled Drawingthm.jpg
Hickman Sea Sled Drawingthm.jpg
 
 
160
History of Edgecombe Co NC
History of Edgecombe Co NC
 
 
161
Hon. William S. Howell
Hon. William S. Howell
Entry in Georgia's Public Men 1902 - 1904 
 
162
Howard Family Crest
Howard Family Crest
Crest appearing on the cover of the "Howard Family Tree" manuscript. 
 
163
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
164
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
165
Howell - Cavenah deed
Howell - Cavenah deed
From Barbara Howell. This deed provides some evidence that the William Howell on Barbara's charts was the brother of McKinney Howell.  
 
166
Howell - Pollard letter re: Veazey
Howell - Pollard letter re: Veazey
Albert Sidney Howell letter to Florence Howell Pollard dated 25 March 1974. Mentions Abner Veazey, Clark Howell, Elizabeth Veazey, Leila Veazey, Elmina McBride. (A.S Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.) 
 
167
Howell chart by Albert Sidney Howell, Jr.
Howell chart by Albert Sidney Howell, Jr.
Howell chart by Albert Sidney Howell, Jr. Begins with McKinney Howell (1781 - 1856) 
 
168
Howell Family Tree by F. Clark Johnson, III. Troup County, GA Historian. Enclosed in a letter to JSHJr. from Julia Howell Traylor Dyar received June 16, 2006.
Howell Family Tree by F. Clark Johnson, III. Troup County, GA Historian. Enclosed in a letter to JSHJr. from Julia Howell Traylor Dyar received June 16, 2006.
Some info on the Howell line and the Lane connection came from this site. 
 
169
Howell line Notes P.1
Howell line Notes P.1
by Albert Sidney Howell, Jr. "Four Howell brothers came from North Carolina"; "From the family bible of Dr. and Mrs. Reddings"; "Note from L.L. Knight's Georgia Landmarks.."
(A.S. Howell collection courtesy of J. Brittain, Jr.) 
 
170
Howell line notes p.2
Howell line notes p.2
by Albert Sidney Howell, Jr. "Matthew Cavanah Howell, born 1807..."
(From the A.S. Howell collection courtesy of J. Brittain, Jr.) 
 
171
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
Part 1 
 
172
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
part 2 
 
173
Indenture to Samuel A Howell - P1
Indenture to Samuel A Howell - P1
225 Acres, Greene County, Georgia, 17 Nov 1858 from the estate of John Johnson Howell, John McKinney Howell administrator. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain) 
 
174
Indenture to Samuel A. Howell - P2
Indenture to Samuel A. Howell - P2
225 Acres, Greene County, Georgia, 17 Nov 1858 from the estate of John Johnson Howell, John McKinney Howell administrator. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain) 
 
175
Indenture to Samuel A. Howell - P3.
Indenture to Samuel A. Howell - P3.
25 Acres, Greene County, Georgia, 17 Nov 1858 from the estate of John Johnson Howell, John McKinney Howell administrator. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain) 
 
176
Isaac Brewington bible.
Isaac Brewington bible.
2.5 x 3.5 inches. pub. 1872. His name is written at what appears to be first as a child, then as an adult. - Falling apart, but in my files in 2005. 
 
177
IsaacBrewingtonBible.jpg
IsaacBrewingtonBible.jpg
 
 
178
IsaacBrewingtonBiblethm.jpg
IsaacBrewingtonBiblethm.jpg
 
 
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J. Veazey to McKinney Howell
J. Veazey to McKinney Howell
100 Acres, Hanckock County, Georgia 1821 -

Transcribed by Charles Lee as follows:

State of Georgia, Hancock county.
This indenture made this 19th day of March 1821 between Jesse Veazey of one part and McKinney Howell of the other part, both of the county and state aforesaid. Witnessed that the said Jesse Veazey for and in consideration of the sum of fifteen hundred dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, Hath granted bargained & sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sold unto the said McKinney Howell his heirs and assigns for ever one tract or parcel of land being and lying in the county of Hancock containing one hundred acres more or less and bounded as follows;
(Land description)....
.... to the beginning adjoining Parker Johnson and Sd. Howell to have and to hold S. tract or parcel of land forever and I the said Jesse Veazey my heirs executors and adms do hereby warrant and forever defend the S. land against all lawful claims of any person or persons whatsoever unto the said McKinney Howell his heirs and assigns forever in fee simple. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand seal the day and year above written.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
Joseph Howell
John Ingram
W G Lightfoot.
 
 
180
James Dowse Bradwell - Biography
James Dowse Bradwell - Biography
 
 
181
James Rutherford 'The Big Mill'
James Rutherford "The Big Mill"
 
 
182
Jean Hastings West - obituary
Jean Hastings West - obituary
Jean Hastings West - obituary appearing on page 8 in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1985  
 
183
JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930.jpg
JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930.jpg
 
 
184
JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930thm.jpg
JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930thm.jpg
 
 
185
John Carlin family - 1860 Census
John Carlin family - 1860 Census
Enumerated 14 June, 1860, Eastern part of the 17th Ward, Philadelphia county, PA p.93

John Carlin, 36, Morocco Dresser, b. Canada <1824>
Mary Jane, 30, b. PA <1830>
Charles M., 11, b. Maryland <1849>
Catharine, 9, b. Maryland <1851> (I have 1851)
George, 8, b. Ohio <1852> (first we know of him)
William, 5, b. Pennsylvania <1855> (I have name but no b. date)
Mary C. 3, b. PA <1857> (I have cir 1861)
Sarah Zeller, 60, b. PA <1800> (first we know of her)
 
 
186
John Carlin family - 1870 Census
John Carlin family - 1870 Census
1870 Census enumerated 5 July, 1870, 50th district, Philadelphia County, PA. Philadelphia post office.

John Carlin, 48, Morocco Dresser, b. Canada <1822>
J. Mary, 42, keeping house, b. PA <1828>
Charles, 21, compositor, Mississippi <1849>
Kate, 19, at home, Mississippi <1851> (I have 1851)
George, 18, Morocco Dresser, Ohio <1852>
William, 16, errand boy, b. PA <1854>
Mary, 13, at school, b. PA <1857> (I have cir 1861)
John, 9, at school, b. PA <1861> (I have 1864)
Edwin, 5, b. PA <1865>
Ellen, 3, b. PA <1867>


 
 
187
John D. Stone
John D. Stone
Officer's Declaration 
 
188
John E. Howell letter to his father dated 8 Jan 1914.
John E. Howell letter to his father dated 8 Jan 1914.
Spencer Howell notes: "I consider these two letters from my Dad and from Aunt Atze to Henry Howell extraordinary considering the fact that I have always been under the impression that there was no contact made by Henry with his children after leaving them in Vienna." 
 
189
John E. Howell to Helen C. Richardson 1942
John E. Howell to Helen C. Richardson 1942
John E. Howell writes to Helen C. Richardson in 1942 Air Mail letter from San Juan, PR thanking her for the visit to Atlanta and family reunion. Mentions Betty Howell Traver, William Richardson, fear of infantile paralysis (apparently epidemic in PR at the time.) Also see audio commentary by Spencer Howell. Source: Betty Howell Traver.  
 
190
John E. Howell, Obituary
John E. Howell, Obituary
John Edward Howell, Obituary from June 12, 1948 New York Times.  
 
191
John Edward Howell - Obituary
John Edward Howell - Obituary
John Edward Howell, Obituary published June 12, 1948 New York Times 
 
192
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
193
John Edward Howell sails from Puerto Rico to New York.
John Edward Howell sails from Puerto Rico to New York.
The Passenger manifest of S.S. Borinquen sailing from San Juan PR Nov 18, 1937, arriving at Port of New York, New York November 22, 1937 shows John Edward Howell on it's list of United States Citizens, age 35, born Demorest, Georgia 8/21/02, Address in United States: 67 Broad Street, New York City. (Dad remembers the ship name and thinks on this occasion his father was on a business trip to ITT headquarters) 
 
194
John H. Hickman family - 1911 Canadian Census
John H. Hickman family - 1911 Canadian Census
 
 
195
John M. Hastings - Death Certificate
John M. Hastings - Death Certificate
 
 
196
John M. Hastings - obituary
John M. Hastings - obituary
Obit from Pittsburgh Press, p9, Aug 1, 1930 
 
197
John McBride 1826 Survey
John McBride 1826 Survey
Partial document - A survey signed by John McBride. Green (Greene) County, Georgia. Allen David. 186 acres. Executed by Daniel Foster. Certified by Thomas Crawford. Advertized 28 December, 1826. Isaac Roberts, Thomas Jarrell. Ch. Car. John McBride 
 
198
John McBride pedigree notes
John McBride pedigree notes
Betty Howell Traver collection. "Data given by Aunt Villa" [Havila Howell Mapp] 
 
199
John McBride's Field Notes
John McBride's Field Notes
3 pages "Field notes taken on the survey of the First District of Appling County. Commenced on the 5th of July, 1819" From the Elizabeth Howell Traver collection. 
 
200
John McKinney Howell background notes
John McKinney Howell background notes
By Betty H. Traver 
 
201
John McKinney Howell letter (Original) 29 Aug 1864
John McKinney Howell letter (Original) 29 Aug 1864
Part of a series of letters written by Dr. John McKinney Howell to his wife Emma B. (Heard) Howell while he served in the Confederate Army as a doctor at Andersonville Prison. This is a copy of the original handwritten letter - due to lack of paper text is both horizontal and vertical. Also see the transcribed and typed version by Betty Howell Traver. Original letters donated by B. H. Traver to the University of Georgia. 
 
202
John McKinney Howell letter 10 Aug 1864
John McKinney Howell letter 10 Aug 1864
To his wife Emma. "...the examination begins tomorrow.."; "The Yankees had their union flags floating and the big rain having washed their faces.."

Part of a series of letters written by Dr. John McKinney Howell to his wife Emma B. (Heard) Howell while he served in the Confederate Army as a doctor at Andersonville Prison. Transcribed and typed by Betty Howell Traver. Original letters donated by B. H. Traver to the University of Georgia. 
 
203
John McKinney Howell letter 29 Aug 1864
John McKinney Howell letter 29 Aug 1864
To his wife Emma. Re: "..I am still quite weak which makes me think of my fainting when I came from Va..."; "..What I do every day..."; "..I get, or presume will some day get, the same pay one of Brown's brigadiers gets - Eleven dollars per month."; "Yes, I belong to the Militia. When they disband I shall be footloose."; "...What the Yankees ask for their jewelry....One of my med. mates bought a heavy plain gold ring for twelve dollars."; "How many prisioners...well there are just about as many brought in as die...there are about thirty thousand prisioners. Every ten days we bury about a thousand, making just about three thousand a month..."; "If there is more than one female prisioner she keeps herself undiscovered...There is one here whoe seems...a very nice woman. Her husband is a prisioner and they were both captured in N.C. She refused to be separated..."; "Twenty-one prisioners...paroled Yankees, were sent North to insist on exchange."; "Have any of the prisioners been hung and do they fight much? Yes, both."; "We have an excellent sixteen square foot tent.."; "The balance of my men love beef's liver, brains, heart, tripe, etc. which I can not eat."; "[Percy]He's a great boy. Wonder if he would like to come here. I have thought that I would like to keep him with me for a while. But such a thing unless he were larger, might be inconvenient. Kiss the boys for me and aks them to kiss Mother for father."

Part of a series of letters written by Dr. John McKinney Howell to his wife Emma B. (Heard) Howell while he served in the Confederate Army as a doctor at Andersonville Prison. Transcribed and typed by Betty Howell Traver. Original letters donated by B. H. Traver to the University of Georgia. 
 
204
John McKinney Howell letter 29 Jul 1864
John McKinney Howell letter 29 Jul 1864
To his wife Emma. Re: "..So yesterday I first 'set eyes on' this celebrated Yankee prison. Even while I write, I have nothing to do but raise my eyes from the paper on which I am engaged to see hundreds of the blue coats making their way through two lines of guards to the prison gate."; "...some with shoes on, others barefoot"; "They know it, as thousands before them know it, to the most univiting place of which a Yankee knows anything about."; "I met with Dr. Credille, raised in Greene, who asked me to walk with him to the Yankee hospital. I did so, and such object in the way of men I never saw before. Sick and emaciated, naked, ragged and dirty -- some on straw with a blanket under them -- some without either -- some that will die tomorrow, some today -- some dying with another whose face is turned toward him breathing his last. I saw too some awful cases of gangrene -- cases where the flesh had been destroyed to the bone. But before you can imagine such pictures, you must first see some sufferings like these. I can give you no idea of them. In comparison an ordinary death is pleasant to contemplate."; "They escape from the prison very often by burrowing holes under the posts.....keep some negro dogs which are also good for running Yankees...I heard the dogs go after one this morning."; "Haven't had on clean clothes since leaving."

Part of a series of letters written by Dr. John McKinney Howell to his wife Emma B. (Heard) Howell while he served in the Confederate Army as a doctor at Andersonville Prison. Transcribed and typed by Betty Howell Traver. Original letters donated by B. H. Traver to the University of Georgia. 
 
205
John McKinney Howell letter 31 Jul 1864
John McKinney Howell letter 31 Jul 1864
To his wife Emma. Re: "A few more days and I shall be 31 -- a middle aged man."; "The Yankee raiders were yesterday at Macon, shelling the city."; "...next we hear that they have destroyed a very considerable amount of property in Jones County and have burned Griswoldville -- coming in this direction and doing the above damage by way of Griffin."; "Today I have no duties to perform....reason assigned no medicine...but that is not the reason...the authorities wish to keep from the prisioners the account of the raiders above this place."; "The usual number for each surgeon is about four or five hundred."

Part of a series of letters written by Dr. John McKinney Howell to his wife Emma B. (Heard) Howell while he served in the Confederate Army as a doctor at Andersonville Prison. Transcribed and typed by Betty Howell Traver. Original letters donated by B. H. Traver to the University of Georgia. 
 
206
John McKinney Howell Letter 4 Aug 1864
John McKinney Howell Letter 4 Aug 1864
To his wife Emma. Re: "Today my dearest there is no sick call - reason, no medicine..."; "Yesterday our orders were to send to the hospital all who could not walk and absolutely needed medical attention...nine hundred and fifty seven."; "Such deaths as they are - men dying in the hot broiling sun. To those that are prepared, what releif death must be."; "The sight of a dead comrade has no softening influence on a Yankee."; "...I met one fellow who said he wanted to take the oath of allegiance. He whispered this in my ear..."; "So I asked Capt. Wirz, comandant of interior of the prision, whether he paid any attention to one desiring to take such an oath. He replied he did not."; "The weather is very hot as we are in the pine woods and have to sleep on the ground, get amazingly dirty.";"I am very scarry that the raiders have so interrupted communication. I can not get your letters, nor can you get mine."

Part of a series of letters written by Dr. John McKinney Howell to his wife Emma B. (Heard) Howell while he served in the Confederate Army as a doctor at Andersonville Prison. Transcribed and typed by Betty Howell Traver. Original letters donated by B. H. Traver to the University of Georgia. 
 
207
John Rhodes 8 Aug 2012 - Article.
John Rhodes 8 Aug 2012 - Article.
John Rhodes article in 8 Aug 2012 - Chatham This Week. "Miller recalled that Thomas Stone was a prominent dry goods merchant and could remember when his store was founded in the mid 1850's."

Miller is quoted:'I remember when this business establishment was founded by the late Thomas Stone, father of the present Spencer Stone who is president of the company. For a good many years, my family bought all their dry goods from this store, and the first overcoat, which I ever purchased myself, was bought from Mr. Stone Sr., founder of the store when the latter was a clerk in a store run by his uncle, Mr. Burns, just across from where the post office (southwest corner King and 4th streets) now stands.' 
 
208
John Stone baptismal record
John Stone baptismal record
John Stone baptismal record p.38. 17 June 1798. Father: Thomas Stone, Mother: Elizabeth Stone. Area Carlow(COI), Parish/Church/Congregation - Tullow. 
 
209
John W Carlin family - 1900 Census
John W Carlin family - 1900 Census
Enumerated 4 June, 1900. Bridge St. Philadelphia, 23rd Ward, District 537.

John Carlin, head, b. Aug 1864, age 36, married 13 years, b. PA, father b.PA, mother b. PA, works in government.
Margaret E, wife, b. Oct. 1864, age 36, married 13 years, 5 children born, b. PA, father b. Ireland, mother b. PA
(below all b. PA, parents b. PA)
Ralph H., son, b. May 1889, age 11, at school
Edith, daughter, b. Oct 1891, age 8
William R., son, b. Feb 1893, age 7
Florence, daughter, b. Oct 1897, age 2
Elizabeth M., daughter, b.1899, age 7/12.
Peter Murchy, boarder, b. Sep 1863, age 36, single, born PA, parents born PA, works in government
George Murchy, boarder, b. Oct 1870, age 29, single, born PA, parents born PA, rope maker.
 
 
210
John W. Carlin family - 1920 Census
John W. Carlin family - 1920 Census
Enumerated 6 Jan, 1920. Swedesboro Road, Franklin Township, Gloucester, NJ

John Carlin, head, 56, born PA, father born Canada (mother tongue Irish), mother born Pennsylvania. Worked in Ordnance for the government.
Ray, wife, 44, born PA, parents born PA
William, son, 25, single, born PA, parents born PA.
 
 
211
John William Carlin - plot card
John William Carlin - plot card
Plot card for John W. Carlin, Jane C. Edel, and Margaret Elizabeth Murchy. 
 
212
John William Carlin m. Margaret E. Murchy
John William Carlin m. Margaret E. Murchy
Church record 
 
213
Joseph L. Mason
Joseph L. Mason
Obituary 
 
214
Joseph McCarter and family, immigration record. Arrival Date: 	1 Jun 1868, New York. Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Place of Origin: Ireland
Ethnicity/Race/Nationality:Irish
Ship Name: Cynosure
Joseph McCarter and family, immigration record. Arrival Date: 1 Jun 1868, New York. Port of Departure: Liverpool, England Place of Origin: Ireland Ethnicity/Race/Nationality:Irish Ship Name: Cynosure
 
 
215
JosephCarterImmigrationRecord.jpg
JosephCarterImmigrationRecord.jpg
 
 
216
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
217
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
218
LaneChapterKThomas-p1.jpg
LaneChapterKThomas-p1.jpg
 
 
219
LaneCover1ChapterKThomasp1.jpg
LaneCover1ChapterKThomasp1.jpg
 
 
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large/11896McAlpinesEdwDavisonLumberMfgrs.gif
 
 
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large/11896McAlpinesEdwDavisonSawMills.gif
 
 
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large/11896McAlpinesNovaScotiaDavisonAd.jpg
large/11896McAlpinesNovaScotiaDavisonAd.jpg
 
 
223
large/11929_T_Barton_Freeney_envelope.jpg
large/11929_T_Barton_Freeney_envelope.jpg
 
 
224
large/11973_Feb_3_Anna_Freeney_Brewington_memorial.jpg
large/11973_Feb_3_Anna_Freeney_Brewington_memorial.jpg
 
 
225
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large/1IMG_0026.JPG
 
 
226
large/4EMB_1_Obituary.jpg
large/4EMB_1_Obituary.jpg
 
 
227
Lenora Love Howard - 'The DAR Letter'
Lenora Love Howard - "The DAR Letter"
Postmarked Jul 13, 1965. Sent to William L Howard and Marguerite F. Howard. Lenora traces her mother's ancestry. 
 
228
Leschetitzky (Leschetizky) post card (reverse)
Leschetitzky (Leschetizky) post card (reverse)
Source: Betty Howell Traver 
 
229
LeschetizkyPostCardReversethm.jpg
LeschetizkyPostCardReversethm.jpg
 
 
230
Letter re: Hannah Brooks birthday
Letter re: Hannah Brooks birthday
Contains attachments including: a) Ancestry of Peter Berrien published in the record of the Huguenot Society of South Carolina b) Ancestry of Sarah Brooks Kilpatrick c) Bible record of Harriett Elizabeth Jones. (Betty H. Traver collection.) 
 
231
Lorenzo Stone baptism
Lorenzo Stone baptism
Area - CARLOW (COI),Parish/Church/Congregation - TULLOW. Baptism of LORENZO STONE of N/R on 30 June 1792. Father: JOHN STONE; Mother HANNAH STONE 
 
232
Lunenburg County
Lunenburg County
Nova Scotia. 
 
233
Major W.S. McKeough
Major W.S. McKeough
Military document 
 
234
Map of Campbell Flour Mills
Map of Campbell Flour Mills
The Campbell Flour Mills Co.Ltd. c.1920 City of Toronto Archives

West Toronto was the early location of elevators for flour milling, first, in 1893 under the name of Queen City Mills, later re-named Campbell Flour Mills Co.Ltd. and in later years, Maple Leaf Milling. 
 
235
Map of Dorchester Co, New Brunswick, Canada
Map of Dorchester Co, New Brunswick, Canada
 
 
236
map_campbell_mills.jpg
map_campbell_mills.jpg
 
 
237
map_campbell_millsthm.jpg
map_campbell_millsthm.jpg
 
 
238
Marguerite F. Howard
Marguerite F. Howard
Family History letter p.1 
 
239
Marguerite F. Howard
Marguerite F. Howard
Family History letter p. 2 
 
240
Marguerite F. Howard
Marguerite F. Howard
"Back from a trip around the world" 
 
241
Marriage Certificate
Marriage Certificate
Lenora Love to John Howard 
 
242
Marriage License Couch - Towles.
Marriage License Couch - Towles.
Marriage License of William M. Couch and Lizzie Lee Towles, 28 Nov 1881. Includes notes by Paul David Couch. Source: Paul David Couch. (pdf format) 
 
243
Marriage license: Couch - Howell
Marriage license: Couch - Howell
Silas M. Couch to Carrie Ada Howell, 28 Nov, 1881 Source: Paul David Couch 
 
244
Marriage license: Couch - Howell (Front part)
Marriage license: Couch - Howell (Front part)
Marriage license. Front part. Silas M. Couch to Carrie Ada Howell, 28 Nov, 1881 Source: Paul David Couch 
 
245
Marriage of Thomas Stone / Elizabeth Cooper
Marriage of Thomas Stone / Elizabeth Cooper
Marriage of THOMAS STONE and ELIZABETH COOPER on 7 September 1793. Carlow - Tullow. Page 36. 
 
246
Marriage Register of Spencer - Bown
Marriage Register of Spencer - Bown
1710 Register of Timothy Spencer marriage to Ann Bown marriage 
 
247
Mary Howland Freeman - gravestone
Mary Howland Freeman - gravestone
Mary Howland Freeman - gravestone 
 
248
Maryland High School Class of 1928 - p1.
Maryland High School Class of 1928 - p1.
 
 
249
Maude Stone's Sour Cream Cakes
Maude Stone's Sour Cream Cakes
Maude Stone's Sour Cream Cakes found in Mildred Stevens cookbook by RD Charlton. 
 
250
McKinney Howell Deed 380 acres Houston County - page 1
McKinney Howell Deed 380 acres Houston County - page 1
Deed to McKinney Howell from Zachariah Lamar(?)/Lawson(?) for the purchase of approximately 380 acres, consisting of several parcels in District 12, Houston County, Georgia that include 180 acres parcel #254, 198 acres parcel #255, 3.5 acres parcel #269. Dated March, 1830. Original handwritten 3 page document on a single sheet of folded paper. (S.A. Howell, Jr. collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.) 
 
251
McKinney Howell Deed 380 acres Houston County - page 2
McKinney Howell Deed 380 acres Houston County - page 2
Deed to McKinney Howell from Zachariah Lamar(?)/Lawson(?) for the purchase of approximately 380 acres, consisting of several parcels in District 12, Houston County, Georgia that include 180 acres parcel #254, 198 acres parcel #255, 3.5 acres parcel #269. Dated March, 1830. Original handwritten 3 page document on a single sheet of folded paper. (S.A. Howell, Jr. collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.) 
 
252
McKinney Howell Deed, 380 acres Houston County - page 3
McKinney Howell Deed, 380 acres Houston County - page 3
Deed to McKinney Howell from Zachariah Lamar(?)/Lawson(?) for the purchase of approximately 380 acres, consisting of several parcels in District 12, Houston County, Georgia that include 180 acres parcel #254, 198 acres parcel #255, 3.5 acres parcel #269. Dated March, 1830. Original handwritten 3 page document on a single sheet of folded paper. (S.A. Howell, Jr. collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.)

 
 
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McKinney Howell Will Transcript
McKinney Howell Will Transcript
Transcript by Albert Sidney Howell - Will dated 19 Feb 1831, recorded in the ordinary's office, Greene County, Georgia, p 102 & 103 (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain, Jr.) 
 
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McKinney Howell's Estate - court document
McKinney Howell's Estate - court document
Ordinary Court document attesting that Samuel A. Howell has completed his duties as administrator of McKinney Howell's estate. 7 June 1858 to 2 April 1860. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain) 
 
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MD 47:73,74 errata
MD 47:73,74 errata
Mayflower Descendants errata explains changes to the Richard Warren line resulting in the addition of a new generation: Jabez Delano b. 1708 m. Prudence Hibbard b. 1712. This is relevant to correctly tracing the Stone line to Philippe de Lannoy and Richard Warren. The errata applies to John R. Bradfield's "An Interesting Appendix to the Stone Genealogy", and to Margaret Stone's "Lannoy" documents. 
 
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Memorial leaflet
Memorial leaflet
W. L. Howard 
 
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Mildred McLean Birth Certificate
Mildred McLean Birth Certificate
 
 
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Minnie Murchy - 1880 Census
Minnie Murchy - 1880 Census
Age 17, servant, no relation to head, born PA, father b. Maine, mother b. Ireland. - Bridge St. Philadelphia, Enumeration district 482 - June 19, 1880. 
 
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Miss Mildred Eva Howell - Obituary
Miss Mildred Eva Howell - Obituary
"The Cuthbert Times" Nov 29, 1956 
 
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My Search For John Stephen Jackson
My Search For John Stephen Jackson
Book cover: ' My Search For John Stephen Jackson, His Ancesors and Descendants ' 
 
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Nancy Magee Pigman Hales
Nancy Magee Pigman Hales
Obituary 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 10 June (year?)
Nellie Davison - letter 10 June (year?)
 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 13 Mar 1936 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 13 Mar 1936 Vienna
 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 15 Dec 1923 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 15 Dec 1923 Vienna
 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 23 Feb 1939 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 23 Feb 1939 Vienna
 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 26 Mar 1924 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 26 Mar 1924 Vienna
 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 6 Aug 1938
Nellie Davison - letter 6 Aug 1938
 
 
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Nellie Davison - letter 8 Feb 1927 Paris
Nellie Davison - letter 8 Feb 1927 Paris
 
 
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Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger home (reverse)
Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger home (reverse)
(Reverse) Postcard / photo sent to Helen Kilpatrick by Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger. Believed to be circa 1907. Photo is of Nellie's home in Vienna. Source: Betty Howell Traver. 
 
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Nellie Davison letter - 24 Aug 1924
Nellie Davison letter - 24 Aug 1924
 
 
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No Birth Record
No Birth Record
Confirmation that no birth records exist for Gwendolen A. Boyer in 1863 and for Mabel Boyer in 1888-1890 
 
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Obituary - Bain W. Phillips
Obituary - Bain W. Phillips
 
 
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Obituary - Edward Lathrop Howell
Obituary - Edward Lathrop Howell
"Funeral Services Held Saturday, April 20th for E.L. "Gus" Howell" Cuthbert Times - 25 April, 1968.  
 
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Obituary - Frederick and Sarah Howard
Obituary - Frederick and Sarah Howard
 
 
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Obituary - Marguerite Freeney Howard
Obituary - Marguerite Freeney Howard
Appearing in Salisbury Times, Sep. 2, 1987 
 
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Obituary - Marguerite Howard
Obituary - Marguerite Howard
Appearing in The Sun, Thursday Sept. 3, 1987 
 
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Obituary - Mrs. J. Selby Goslee.
Obituary - Mrs. J. Selby Goslee.
Wanda Dawson provides this copy and notes: "From Salisbury Advertiser Saturday October 20, 1894 from Wicomico County Library Salisbury, Maryland micro-film dated March 5, 1892 thur June 27, 1896 MFA6"
 
 
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Obituary of Daniel Whiting Lathrop
Obituary of Daniel Whiting Lathrop
Received from Hal Lathrop. 
 
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Olive Carter
Olive Carter
Obituary 
 
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Origin of Henry Howell's given names.
Origin of Henry Howell's given names.
Handwritten notes by Betty H. Traver. 
 
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Orphans Court - Freeney
Orphans Court - Freeney
Newspaper article. Was placed between the pages of the Freeney family bible. 
 
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p. 120 Sacrifice of the Shannon
p. 120 Sacrifice of the Shannon
Hickman again describes his heroine "The Girl" Gertrude MacMichael, through the words of Captain Ashburn - p 120-121. 
 
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p. 121 Sacrifice of the Shannon
p. 121 Sacrifice of the Shannon
 
 
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Page 1 of 2. This letter is on exhibit in the Thomas Stone House on the Boone Hall Plantation.
Page 1 of 2. This letter is on exhibit in the Thomas Stone House on the Boone Hall Plantation.
Written by Flora Maude Campbell Stone while visiting her son Thomas A. Stone at "Boone Hall" in Charleston, SC. 
 
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Page 2 of 2. This letter is on exhibit in the Thomas Stone House on the Boone Hall Plantation.
Page 2 of 2. This letter is on exhibit in the Thomas Stone House on the Boone Hall Plantation.
written by Flora Maude Campbell Stone 
 
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Peter Vriesenga m. Marie Keyzer
Peter Vriesenga m. Marie Keyzer
Original marriage book entry in Dutch. 
 
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Peter Vriesenga Naturalization Petition
Peter Vriesenga Naturalization Petition
 
 
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Phila Inquirer headline of Boyer fire
Phila Inquirer headline of Boyer fire
Headline of article appearing in the Philadelphia Inquirer 11 Feb, 1897 describing the terrible fire in which Gwendoline was killed. 
 
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Phila Inquirer re: Gwendoline Boyer fire
Phila Inquirer re: Gwendoline Boyer fire
Article appearing in the Philadelphia Inquirer 11 Feb, 1897 describing the terrible fire in which Gwendoline was killed. 
 
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Plot records of the White Plains Baptist Church Cemetery
Plot records of the White Plains Baptist Church Cemetery
Fairly complete list of all the graves at the White Plains Baptist Church cemetery. Includes many Howells, Kilpatricks. Obtained while visiting in 2003. 
 
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Pollard - Howell letter 23 March 1974 - p1
Pollard - Howell letter 23 March 1974 - p1
Florence Howell Pollard's letter to Albert Sidney Howell, 23 March 1974. "..This writer is most grateful to those who kept track of the family records, otherwise there might not have been my own wealth of research. I began collecting records in 1930...." 
 
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Pollard - Howell letter 23 March 1974 p2.
Pollard - Howell letter 23 March 1974 p2.
"Clarence leaves tuesday for New Orleans to attend a Laundry-Owners convention. He has his German product that he promotes all over the world. It is a chemical product that is used by launderies and dry cleaners." 
 
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Randolph County Map
Randolph County Map
 
 
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Randolph County, GA
Randolph County, GA
Location of Randolph County within Georgia 
 
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Reno Evening Gazette - 12 Dec 1929
Reno Evening Gazette - 12 Dec 1929
Article describes a lawsuit in which Gruenberger is accused of having some involvement.  
 
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Robert Spencer Stone -Officers Declaration
Robert Spencer Stone -Officers Declaration
 
 
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Sacrifice of the Shannon
Sacrifice of the Shannon
by W. Albert Hickman
Published in May, 1903
Cover image 
 
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Sacrifice of the Shannon
Sacrifice of the Shannon
Inside Cover 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7thm.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannonCover.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannonCover.jpg
 
 
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SacrificeOfTheShannonCoverthm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannonCoverthm.jpg
 
 
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Sale of E. D. Davison & Sons
Sale of E. D. Davison & Sons
June 23, 1903 Letter to the customers of E.D. Davison & Sons announcing the sale of the company to J.M. Hastings. (J.M. Hatings is Helen Hastings father) 
 
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Sale of items at the Freeney property
Sale of items at the Freeney property
Newspaper article. Was placed between the pages of the Freeney family bible. 
 
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Samuel Carver Descendants
Samuel Carver Descendants
 
 
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SamuelAHowellAdministratorMcKinneyHowellEstateBlog.jpg
SamuelAHowellAdministratorMcKinneyHowellEstateBlog.jpg
 
 
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Silhouette notes
Silhouette notes
Handwritten notes by Betty H. Traver on the origins of the Brooks family silhouettes.  
 
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Spencer Chart 1 by D. Tilley
Spencer Chart 1 by D. Tilley
Spencer Chart 1 by D. Tilley. Begins with James Spencer (of Milltowne Ashover) m. Sara / Sarah 
 
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Spencer Chart 2 by D. Tilley.
Spencer Chart 2 by D. Tilley.
Spencer Chart 2 by Dorothy Tilley. Begins with John Spencer m. Lucy Knowles 
 
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Spencer chart 3 by D. Tilley
Spencer chart 3 by D. Tilley
Spencer chart 3 by Dorothy Tilley. Starts with Timothy Spencer m. Mary Bradley 
 
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T.N. Schelhaas letter
T.N. Schelhaas letter
1) Re re Marie Mahieu painting: States that painting often claimed to be of Marie Mahieu (mother of Philippe Delano/ Philippe de Lannoy) is NOT her. Instead, the painting is of Marie de Lannoy wife of Jan Pesijn, the founder of the Jan Pesijnhof.

2) Re Marriage of Jan Lano (Jean de Lannoy) - George English points out an error in this letter: The primary source (Leiden Judicial Archives nr. 89 vol.C., folio 142) actually reads January 13. 1596: "Jan Lano, (missed out from letter ‘bachelor of Torckangie (Tourcoing), accompanied by Piere de Bu and Gijsbert de Lano, bridegroom’s father with Mary Mahieu’) unmarried, from Lille (N. France) accompanied by Jane (Jeanne) Mahieu, her mother and Anthonette Morth, her acquaintance".
 
 
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The Maryland High School Class of 1928 p.2-3
The Maryland High School Class of 1928 p.2-3
 
 
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Thomas Vriesenga M Sylvia Sedig
Thomas Vriesenga M Sylvia Sedig
 
 
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Timothy Spencer Will
Timothy Spencer Will
Will of Timothy Spencer - dated 1837  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Veazey Line from James Veazey 1725
Veazey Line from James Veazey 1725
Albert Sidney Howell, Jr's typed notes on the Veazey line. Starts with James Veazey b. 1725 to children of William Watkins and Margery Veazey Moore. Provided by Jim Brittain, Jr. 
 
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Veazey Neck
Veazey Neck
NOAA Chart showing 'Veazey Neck'. In 1687 John Veazey (1647-1700)purchased this tract of land in southern Cecil Co., MD. - located on the eastern side of the Elk River and on the south side of the Bohemia River near the point where the Bohemia empties into the Elk. Their home was named Cherry Grove and was occupied by his descendants until about 1900.

 
 
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Veazey to S.A. Howell. 429 Acres P1.
Veazey to S.A. Howell. 429 Acres P1.
Indenture by William Veazey and Ezekiel Veazey to Samuel A. Howell. 3 November, 1857. Taliaferro County, Georgia. 429 Acres for $1,505 dollars. Signed in the presence of Samuel Johnson, Jr.; William W. Moore, J.P.; by William Veasey & Ezekiel Veazey. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain)

Transcribed by Charles Lee as follows:

Georgia, Taliaferro county
This indenture made and entered into this the 3rd day of Nov 1857 between William C Veazey & Ezekiel Veazey of said state and county Administrators of the estate of Jesse Veazey late of said county deceased, of the one part, and Samuel A Howell of said state and county of the other part; witnessed that whereas by virtue of an order granted by the hounable the court of ordinary of said county on the first of October last to the W. C. & E. Veazey Admin as aforesaid to sell a tract of land belonging to said estate lying and being in said state and county. Containing four hundred and twenty acres more or less. Adjoining lands of J Moore, Wm Johnson, Jas. Reynolds and others, lying on the waters of Ogeeche river.The metes and bounds of which will appear from a plat herein annexed and after the same was duly advertised in the Gazette in conformity to the law the same was put up and exposed to public sale to the highest bidder at the door of the court house in said county within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday of this _______ month, by the said W. C. & E. Veazey Admins as aforesaid when the same was Knocked off to said S. A. Howell, at the sum or price of one thousand, five hundred and five dollars, he being the highest bidder.
Now for and in consideration of said sum of Fifteen hundred and five dollars in hand paid to the W. C. & E. Veazey by him the said S. A. Howell at or before the sealing and delivering....
(Cut off copy)
 
 
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Veazey to S.A. Howell. 429 Acres P2.
Veazey to S.A. Howell. 429 Acres P2.
Indenture by William Veazey and Ezekiel Veazey to Samuel A. Howell. 3 November, 1857. Taliaferro County, Georgia. 429 Acres for $1,505 dollars. Signed in the presence of Samuel Johnson, Jr.; William W. Moore, J.P.; by William Veasey & Ezekiel Veazey. (A.S. Howell collection courtesy of Jim Brittain) 
 
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Victoria Stone
Victoria Stone
Death Certificate 
 
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W. L. Howard, MD
W. L. Howard, MD
Autobiography p. 1 
 
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W.L. Howard
W.L. Howard
Autobiography p.2 
 
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W.L. Howard 1956 Letter
W.L. Howard 1956 Letter
To his 3 year old grandson about their visit to see a dog named Bob, and the upcoming departure to Argentina. 
 
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W.L. Howard obituary
W.L. Howard obituary
From the Salisbury Daily Times on August 23, 2005. 
 
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W.L. Howard receives 33rd degree
W.L. Howard receives 33rd degree
 
 
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W.S. McKeough
W.S. McKeough
Page 1 of 2. Attestation paper. Canadian over-seas expedition force. 
 
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W.S. McKeough
W.S. McKeough
Page 2 of 2. Attestation paper. Canadian over-seas expedition force. 
 
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W.S. Mckeough
W.S. Mckeough
Obituary 
 
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Washington Park, Inc.
Washington Park, Inc.
Stationery masthead: Washington Park, Inc. "The Ideal East Coast Colored Subdivision", Owned and developed by Phillips & Son. M.B. Phillips, President; B. W. Phillips, Sec'y & Treas. - Main office 604 31st Street, West Palm Beach, FLA. "To own her means a lot" 
 
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Wilbur R. Boyer Draft Registration Card
Wilbur R. Boyer Draft Registration Card
1942 (page 1 orf 2) 
 
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Wilbur R. Boyer Draft Registration Card
Wilbur R. Boyer Draft Registration Card
1942 (page 2 of 2) 
 
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William Howell Descendants - 3 Generations
William Howell Descendants - 3 Generations
From Barbara Howell. 
 
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William Murchy - 1890 Veteran's Schedule
William Murchy - 1890 Veteran's Schedule
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the rebellion (U.S. Civil War) - Philadelphia, PA. Rank: Private, "Ordinance", Service: 3 years - 1862 to 1865 
 
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William Murchy family - 1870 Census (2nd enumeration)
William Murchy family - 1870 Census (2nd enumeration)
Enumerated 26 Nov, 1870, 8th Precinct, 23rd Ward, Arsenal, Bustleton Post Office, Philadelphia, PA
Wm. Murchy, age 40
Annie, age 20
Minnie, age 8
Peter, age 6
Margaret, age 5
Ann Wright, age 75 
 
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William Murchy family - 1880 Census
William Murchy family - 1880 Census
(The top part of the image is the bottom of census page 18; the bottom part is the top of census page 19.)

Enumerated 9 & 10 June, 1880, 482nd District, Philadelphia, PA - p. 18 & 19.
William Murchy, age 49, U.S. Soldier, b. Maine, Father b. Scotland, mother b. Scotland - p.18-19, Bridge St., District 482, Philadelphia, PA
Anna, 28/29, wife, housekeeping, self and parents b. PA
Amelia, 18, daughter, servant, b. PA, father b. Maine, mother b. PA.
Peter, age 16, son, app. to Machinist, b. PA, father b. Maine, mother b. PA
George, age 8, son, at school, b. PA, father b. Maine, mother b. PA
Laura, age 3, dau, at home, b. PA, father b. Maine, mother b. PA

Note: Margaret E. is missing
 
 
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William Shepard Howell letter to Rev. James Hines Kilpatrick, 1896
William Shepard Howell letter to Rev. James Hines Kilpatrick, 1896
This (prob. transcribed) letter from the papers of Dr. William Heard Kilpatrick and sent to me by Scott Kilpatrick, March 2006.

The letter describes the damage created by a tornado that struck the town of Greenville, Georgia in 1886.

The letter is dated 14 March 1893 and addressed "Dear Father." The handwritten notes on p2 question the notes that say the letter is written to Rev. J.H. Kilpatrick. The handwritten notes suggest the letter was written to Samuel Howell, which is almost certainly incorrect.

My guess is that "Father" is actually the Rev. James Hines Kilpatrick who was the father-in-law of W.S. Howell. Samuel Armstrong Howell is William Shepard Howell's biological father, but he died in 1864 - 29 years prior to the date this letter was written.

There is no reference to Harriet Eliza Kilpatrick (she was W.S. Howell's first wife, and Rev. J. H. Kilpatrick's daughter), which may seem strange at first, but Harriet died in 1886, seven years before the letter was written.

I also considered that the letter may have been written by W.S. Howell, Jr. the son of W.S. Howell and his second wife Annie Davidson - but this does not seem plausible since W.S. Howell and Annie Davidson were married in 1889, four years before the letter was written. 
 
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Xmas card from Nellie & Alfred (reverse)
Xmas card from Nellie & Alfred (reverse)
Reverse of Postcard photo / Christmas Card - Circa 1907 - Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger to Helen F. Kilpatrick. Helen is a first cousin of Nellie's former husband, Henry Howell. "Our drawing room". Signed individually by Nellie and Alfred Grunberger. Source: Betty Howell Traver and J. Spencer Howell 
 
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Xmas card from Nellie & Alfred - 1907
Xmas card from Nellie & Alfred - 1907
Postcard photo / Christmas Card - Circa 1907 - Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger to Helen F. Kilpatrick. Helen is a first cousin of Nellie's former husband, Henry Howell. "Our drawing room". Signed individually by Nellie and Alfred Grunberger. Source: Betty Howell Traver and J. Spencer Howell