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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
 
704
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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William T. Love - Obituary
William T. Love - Obituary
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) ˇ 9 Apr 1959, Thu ˇ Page 10 "William T.Love DENTON William T. Love S3, a well known farmer of the Williston area near Denton, died at the Fisher Nursing Home in Hurlock late Tuesday night after being a patient there for 15 months. He was the son of the late William and Annie Payne Love of Caroline County. Mr. Love is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hannah M. Love, who is a patient in the Fisher Nursing Home; two sons. Earl and William E. Love, both of rural Denton; a sister, Mrs. John Howard, and two brothers, Walter and Howard Love, all of rural Federalsburg; as well as three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the Frampton Funeral Home -in Federalsburg with the Rev. Harold E. Medlock, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Hurlock. officiating. Interment will be in Hill Crest cemetery, Federalsburg. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening."
 
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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
 
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Z. H. Webster - Obituary
Z. H. Webster - Obituary
The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Delaware, 25 Feb 1922, Sat, Page 12

"DEATH TAKES TWO MINISTERS (Continued From First Page.) "The Rev. Zach H. Webster, 68 years, died at 9 o'clock last night, at his home in Denton, Md. He had been In failing health since, 1920, when he retired from the active ministry. At the time of his retirement he was in charge of the Denton Church. His first charge was at Quantico, Md., in 1887. For many years he was assistant secretary, of the Wilmington Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He also held many appointments on the various committees of the conference. He was greatly liked by all who knew him. Dr. Webster was at one time pastor of Asbury M. E. Church this city. Following are the various charges he had held: Quantico, Fruitland, Whitesvllle, Tangier, Denton, Frederica, Hlllsboro, Delmar, Asbury, Wilmington, Laurel, Rising Sun and Milton. He was born at Deal's Island, Md. Surviving him are five daughters. They are; Mrs. E. M. Fowler, of Laurel; Mrs. L. J. Harrington, of Moore, Pa.; Mrs. T. P. Freeny, Mrs. H. A. Conwell and Miss Helen H. Webster, all of Delmar."
 

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