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Howard M. Miller - Obituary
Howard M. Miller - Obituary
The News Journal, Wilmington, Delaware, 09 Aug 2000, Wed, Page 18

"Howard M. Miller, Jr. Of Conistan, Kennett Square, PA, died on Sunday August 6, 2000 at the Crazier Medical Center, Upland, PA. He was the husband of Jean Harrington Miller with whom he shared 49 years of marriage. Born in Knoxville, TN, he was a son of the late Howard M. Miller and Katie Johnson Miller. Mr. Miller completed both his undergraduate and graduate work in psychology and personnel administration at the University of Tennessee before joining the DuPont Company. He was in employee relations management with the DuPont Company from 1940-1974. During this period he had experience in five departments. He was active in DuPont's atomic energy efforts, being responsible for recruitment for the Hanford Plutonium Plant and as assistant to the Project Manager for the construction of the Savannah River Project. For nine years, he was Personnel Relations Manager for the company's Engineering Department, and beginning in 1963 lived in Geneva, Switzerland, as Personnel Manager for DuPont's European operations where he remained until 1970. From then. until 1974 he was a manager in the corporate Personnel Division with responsibility for providing consultation on and assistance in the manning and utilization of professional and managerial employ- 66S. Mr. Miller has prepared numerous papers on organization planning and development, human resource management, especially the management of technical and scientific personnel, and a wide range of subjects in the field of personnel administration. These papers have been presented to national and international meetings including those of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Society for Engineering Education, the Society for the Advancement of Management in the United States, the Society of Chemical Industry in the United Kingdom, the European Federation of Chemical Engineers, and the International University Contract for Management Education in Europe. He has also lectured at numerous universities in the United States and Europe. He was a member of the American Association for Advancement of Science and the American Academy of Political and Social Science. During 1 967-70, he was a director of the European Employee Relations Council. In retirement, Mr. Miller was vice president of US operations with Management Counselors International S.A. of Brussels, Belgium. In recent years, he had worked with the Kennett Area United Way and the Brandywine Branch of the American Red Cross. He served on the Board of the Kennett Square Symphony Orchestra and was a member of the Kennett Planning Commission. Surviving in addition to his wife are: 2 sisters, Dorothy Hardin of Lebanon, Illinois and Louise Her-rell of Powell, Tennessee; 1 brother, David T. Miller of Knoxville, Tennessee. Also surviving are nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Joseph H. Miller. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his memorial service 11 a.m. on Saturday August 12, 2000 in the William Penn Room, Crosslands, Kennett Square, PA. If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to the United Way of the Kennett Area, P.O. Box 362, Kennett Square, PA 19348 or the Kennett Area Senior Center, 427 S. Walnut Street, Kennett Square, PA 19348. Arrangements are being handled by the KUZO & GOFUS FUNERAL HOME, LTD. of Kennett Square, PA."
 
352
Howard V. Love - Obituary
Howard V. Love - Obituary
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 23 Aug 1964, Sun Page 32

Howard V. Love Federalsburg. Md.. Aim - 22 (Special) Services for Howard V. Love, retired farmer and sawmill operator in Caroline county, will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow at the Frampton funeral establishment here. Mr. Love, who was 81, had been in poor health for several years. He died Thursday at the Eastern Shore State Hospital. Survivors include a son, Mauris W. Love; a sister. Mrs. John Howard; a brother. Walter Love; two grandchildren and six Great grandchildren, all of the Federalsburg area.
 
353
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.
 
354
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.)
 
355
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)
 
356
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
357
Howell family visiting Salisbury for Christmas 1953
Howell family visiting Salisbury for Christmas 1953
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 19 Dec 1953, Sat · Page 11
 
358
Howell lawsuit
Howell lawsuit
Miami Herald 6 Aug 1971 Section B Gulf Coast News
 
359
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.)
 
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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.)
 
361
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
Part 1
 
362
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
Howell Tree by Lundie Barlow
part 2
 
363
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)
 
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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)
 
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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)
 
366
Inquirer All Area Team - Carol Boyer
Inquirer All Area Team - Carol Boyer
 
367
Ira Lester Burk death certificate
Ira Lester Burk death certificate
 
368
Isaac Brewington - Saloon opening in Salisbury
Isaac Brewington - Saloon opening in Salisbury
Democratic Messenger, Snow Hill, Maryland, 22 Aug 1896, Sat, Page 3
"Salisbury now has three saloons open, the third license having been granted to Isaac Brewington last week. The others are S. Ulman and Bro., and the Peninsula Hotel."
 
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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.
 
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IsaacBrewingtonBible.jpg
IsaacBrewingtonBible.jpg
 
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IsaacBrewingtonBiblethm.jpg
IsaacBrewingtonBiblethm.jpg
 
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J. Edgar Freeny - Obituary
J. Edgar Freeny - Obituary
The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, 24 Mar 1947, Mon, Page 2 " Wicomico County Native Dies In California J. Edgar Freeny, 65, son of the late T. Barton and Emily Freeny of Spring Hill, died Friday at the California Hospital in Los Angeles, after a weeks illness. Born in Wicomico county in 1882, he had been a resident of Los Angeles for the past 30 years where he was a prominent canned goods broker. He visited his sister, Mrs. I. S. Brewington here in January. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Martha Phillips, two sons, John Edgar Freeny, Jr., and Phillips Freeny, and a daughter, Mrs. Glen Harding, and two grandchildren all of Los Angeles. His brothers and sisters are T, Barton Freeny, Delmar; Mrs. H. L Boston, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. Brewington, Salisbury, and Mrs. James B. Culver, Baltimore, Funeral services were held to day in Los Angeles and burial was in the Forest Lawn Cemetery."
 
373
J. Spencer Howell - Appointed President at Ayerst International
J. Spencer Howell - Appointed President at Ayerst International
New York Times. American Home Products appoints J. Spencer Howell President of it's subsidiary Ayerst International.
 
374
J. Spencer Howell - Birth Certificate
J. Spencer Howell - Birth Certificate
Govt of Mexico document. Born in Mexico City, Mexico "John Spencer Howell y Stone"
 
375
J. Spencer Howell - Honorable Discharge - US Army
J. Spencer Howell - Honorable Discharge - US Army
 
376
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.
 
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J.E. Howell - Brazil immigration card
J.E. Howell - Brazil immigration card
With photo. Son: John Spencer Howell age 17
 
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J.E. Howell - Passport application 2 - p2
J.E. Howell - Passport application 2 - p2
 
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J.E. Howell Passport application 2
J.E. Howell Passport application 2
 
380
Jacob Boyer - died of suffocation
Jacob Boyer - died of suffocation
Philadelphia Inquirer - 25 Apr 1872, p2.
 
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Jacob Boyer - Return of Death certificate
Jacob Boyer - Return of Death certificate
 
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Jacob Boyer m. Elizabeth Merion
Jacob Boyer m. Elizabeth Merion
Name: Elizabeth Merion
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 3 Jul 1845
Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Organization Name: St James Church, Kingsesslng
Spouse: Jacob Boyer

Source Citation
Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 226

Source Information
Ancestry.com. Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.

Original data: Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Methodist Church Records. Valley Forge, Pennsylvania: Eastern Pennsylvania United Methodist Church Commission on Archives and History.
 
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Jacob Boyer, Jr. -  Death Record
Jacob Boyer, Jr. - Death Record
Death record notes:
Late father's name: Jacob
Mother's name: Margaret Merion
Date of birth: Sept 8th
Age: 50 years
Married: Yes
Date of death: 6-8-1912
Occupation: Farmer
Place of Birth: Philadelphia
Street and no.: 4739 W 3rd Street
Ward: 42
Date of burial: Saturday
Place of burial: All Saint Church yard, Torresdale
 
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James B. Culver - Probate
James B. Culver - Probate
 
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James B. Culver - Will
James B. Culver - Will
 
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James B. Culver - WWI Draft Card
James B. Culver - WWI Draft Card
 
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James B. Culver, Ella Mae Freeney - Marriage
James B. Culver, Ella Mae Freeney - Marriage
"Delaware Vital Records, 1650-1974," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QPQN-5VSS : 11 March 2019), James B Culver, 24 Jun 1903; citing Marriage, Tent, New Castle, Delaware, United States, Delaware Public Archives, Dover; FHL microfilm .
 
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James Denson Will
James Denson Will
 
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James Dowse Bradwell - Biography
James Dowse Bradwell - Biography
 
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James Emberly Wallbridge m. Mabel Louise Campbell
James Emberly Wallbridge m. Mabel Louise Campbell
 
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James L. Payne - Curious death from excitement
James L. Payne - Curious death from excitement
Evening Star, Tuesday, Dec 20, 1881, Washington (DC), DC, Page:2

"A Curious Death From Excitement - Special correspondence of the Baltimore Gazette from Denton, Caroline county, Md., December 19. says:-- A sad death occurred in the fourth election district on Thursday night last. John Blanch, aged 60, and his son carried on a farm for Mr. James L. Payne. They had an unsettled account and met at a public sale, where a dispute arose between the parties, which resulted in a fight. Payne struck young Blanch with a club, when the elder Blanh threw a stone at Payne, stunning him, but on his recovery he attacked his assailant, grappling him. Blanch became suddenly speechless (apparently from anger) and sank limp and almost lifeless to the ground. He was carried home and died the next day. A post-mortem examination was held, and after a thorough investigation by Drs. George and Hignutt, a verdict was returned that the death was not the result of wounds or blows, but from over-excitement caused by the affray."

(JSH Note: also see the Chicago Tribune article, which reports the event differently)

 
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James L. Payne - fatal shooting over rent.
James L. Payne - fatal shooting over rent.
Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, 17 Dec 1881, Saturday, Page 2

"James L. Payne, of Carolina County, Maryland, quarreled with his tenant, John Blanch, about rent. The quarrel ended in Payne's fatally shooting Blanch. Payne himself was seriously hurt."

(JSH Note: also see the "Curious death from excitement" article, which reports the event differently)
 
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James L. Payne - Obituary
James L. Payne - Obituary
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 10 Jun 1913, Tuesday, Page 8

Easton. James Payne, aged 84 -years, died on Monday at the home of his nephew, W. Thomas Willis, near Easton, where be had been spending the past two months. He is survived by two sons and one daughter, all of Caroline county. His remains will be taken to Union Gove for lnterment.
 
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James L. Payne - Obituary from Denton Journal
James L. Payne - Obituary from Denton Journal
Denton Journal, Denton, Maryland, 14 June 1913, Saturday, Page 5

Mr, James L. Payne, one of Caroline county's well-known citizens, died from the infirmities of old age at the home Mr. William J. Willis, in Talbot county, on Monday last. The burial was held at Grove Methodist Protestant Church Wednesday morning last, interment taking place in the cemetery near. Mr. Payne was eighty-seven years old. He was a native of this county and spent practically all his life in Caroline. His wife died a number of years' ago. Surviving children are James T. Payne, Samuel Payne, Mrs. Anna Love, widow of the late W. T. Love.
 
395
James Rutherford 'The Big Mill'
James Rutherford "The Big Mill"
 
396
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
 
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JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930.jpg
JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930.jpg
 
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JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930thm.jpg
JMHastings-OBIT-Aug1930thm.jpg
 
399
John Archibald Campbell, birth record
John Archibald Campbell, birth record
 
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John Boyer m. Elizabeth Cowper and their son Jacob Boyer.
John Boyer m. Elizabeth Cowper and their son Jacob Boyer.
Jacob Boyer b. 1813 at Rowlandville, now part of Philadelphia, PA married Elizabeth Merion, a Quakeress. Children: George W., Anna, Sarah, Elizabeth, Jacob, Herny, John, Adelbert, Leah, and Brunner.


 
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John Carlin - Veterans record
John Carlin - Veterans record
United States, Veterans Administration Master Index, 1917-1940
 
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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)
 
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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>


 
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John D. Stone
John D. Stone
Officer's Declaration
 
405
John Douglas Stone - Birth record
John Douglas Stone - Birth record
 
406
John Douglas Stone - US Border crossing
John Douglas Stone - US Border crossing
 
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John Douglas Stone m. Lota A. Prangley
John Douglas Stone m. Lota A. Prangley
Marriage record
 
408
John E. Howell - Draft Card
John E. Howell - Draft Card
 
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John E. Howell - Draft Card (p2)
John E. Howell - Draft Card (p2)
 
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John E. Howell - Obituary
John E. Howell - Obituary
The Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia) · 12 Jun 1948, Sat · Page 12
 
411
John E. Howell - Ocean Arrivals
John E. Howell - Ocean Arrivals
Entry / sailing document into Canada. Attending the University of Toronto.
 
412
John E. Howell - Passport application P.2
John E. Howell - Passport application P.2
 
413
John E. Howell - Passport application.
John E. Howell - Passport application.
 
414
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."
 
415
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.
 
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John E. Howell, Obituary
John E. Howell, Obituary
John Edward Howell, Obituary from June 12, 1948 New York Times.
 
417
John Edward Howell - Obituary
John Edward Howell - Obituary
John Edward Howell, Obituary published June 12, 1948 New York Times
 
418
John Edward Howell letter to his son Spencer at Kent.
John Edward Howell letter to his son Spencer at Kent.
John Edward Howell (Jack) letter to his son - J. Spencer Howell (Spencer). 15 Feb, 1945 from Buenos Aires. A gem, providing much insight to Jack's exceptional personality and intelligence.

Jack and family are now living in Argentina, but Spencer, now age 16, has been sent to the Kent School in Kent, CT to receive a proper education. Kent's motto: "Simplicity of Life, Directness of Purpose, and Self-Reliance"

The letter is a response to Spencer's complaints about the bad behavior of the other boys at Kent, the bad food and lack of attention exhibited by the staff toward an injured boy named Peter. (I assume this is not Spencer's younger brother Peter, age 10)

The third paragraph begins "There comes a time in everyone's life when one begins to realize that things are not really either completely black or completely white and that, on the contrary, the truly black and truly white things are the exception rather than the rule."

Jack closes with "Spencer, old boy, this has been a long letter but it had to be, because I had a lot of things to tell you. Keep a stiff upper lip and your hand straight and remember 'bien faire et laisser dire'."

Its literal meaning: Do well and let (them) speak. What it really means: Do your work well and never mind the critics.

To clarify some of the references in the letter: "Granny" is Jack's mother in law Flora Maude Campbell (a.k.a. Granny Stone.) "Chatham" is Chatham, Ontario, Canada - home of Flora Maude. "Father Chalmers" is the headmaster of Kent School.
 
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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)
 
420
John Freeney Personal Property Disposition
John Freeney Personal Property Disposition
"Disposition of personal property by will"

Jerry McGinty notes: "This is Levina's father's distribution of personal property. It shows his children including Levina who married Nubold Moore and two other daughters that married Ellegood and Morris. The sons are there too."
 
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John Gubbins Turner - Christening record.
John Gubbins Turner - Christening record.
Name: John Gubbins Turner
Birth Date: 5 Nov 1817
Event Type: Baptism
Father: John Turner
Mother: Mary Turner
Baptism Date: 18 Nov 1817
Baptism Place: Tavistock, Devon, England
Denomination: Independent
Piece Title: Piece 0451: Tavistock (Independent), 1796-1837

Source Citation
The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class Number: RG 4; Piece Number: 451

Source Information
Ancestry.com. England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
 
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John H. Hickman family - 1911 Canadian Census
John H. Hickman family - 1911 Canadian Census
 
423
John Herbert Pigman, Jr. - Obituary
John Herbert Pigman, Jr. - Obituary
Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona, 20 Oct 1999, Wed • Page 23:
"John Herbert Pigman, 48, of Scottsdale, director of research for Better Schools Facilities, died Oct. 17, 1999. . He was born in Salisbury, Md. Survivors include his mother, Nancy Hales; sister, Mary Lou Kehoe; and brother, Kris. Services: 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sunland Lakeside Chapel, 15826 Del Webb Blvd., Sun City. Contributions: Sun Health Hospice, 12740 N. Plaza del Rio Blvd., Peoria, AZ 85381"
 
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John Johnson Howell - Obituary
John Johnson Howell - Obituary
The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, 12 Aug 1931, Wed, Page 10

"JOHN J. HOWELL, 68, PASSES IN CUTHBERT Prominent South Georgian Was Editor of the Leader for 28 Years. . CUTHBERT, Ga., Aug. 11. John J. Howell, 68 years of age, editor of the Cuthbert Leader for 21 years, died at his home, here Tuesday following a long illness.

Mr. Howell was a native of White Plains, Ga. He retired as editor of the Lender two yeas ago because of ill health.

Funeral services will be conducted at 4 o'clock Wednesday from the White Plains Baptist church and interment will be in the cemetery there.

Mr. Howell was one of the most prominent men in the State. For years he devoted much of his time in the interest of this section'a development. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce and several other civic organizations. Mr. Howell also was formerly treasurer of the Georgia Press Association. Mr. Howell began his newspaper career with the Lumpkin Independent at Lumpkin, Ga., and came to Cuthbert in 1808. Ha is survived by two brothers, Henry Howell, of Cuthbert. and Edward Howell, of Durham, N. C.; two sisters. Mrs. Bertie Camp, of Atlanta, and Miss Eva Howell, of Cuthbert."
 
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John Johnson Howell - Probate document
John Johnson Howell - Probate document
3 May 1858 - John McKinney Howell (principal administrator), William Johnson and Samuel A. Howell providing security of $40,000.
 
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John Johnson Howell - Will Probate - Account Papers
John Johnson Howell - Will Probate - Account Papers
Several hundred "Account Papers" showing who received what from JJ Howell's will. Contains references to family relationships. Administered by John McKinney Howell and Samuel Armstrong Howell
 
427
John M. Hastings - Death Certificate
John M. Hastings - Death Certificate
 
428
John M. Hastings - obituary
John M. Hastings - obituary
Obit from Pittsburgh Press, p9, Aug 1, 1930
 
429
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
 
430
John McBride pedigree notes
John McBride pedigree notes
Betty Howell Traver collection. "Data given by Aunt Villa" [Havila Howell Mapp]
 
431
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.
 
432
John McKinney Howell background notes
John McKinney Howell background notes
By Betty H. Traver
 
433
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.
 
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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.
 
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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.
 
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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.
 
437
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.
 
438
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.
 
439
John Morgan Burk m. Eliza M. Hall Brisbane
John Morgan Burk m. Eliza M. Hall Brisbane
 
440
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.'
 
441
John S. Howell, Jr. - birth announcement
John S. Howell, Jr. - birth announcement
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 12 Nov 1953, Thu · Page 13
 
442
John Spencer Howell - Birth Record
John Spencer Howell - Birth Record
Report of birth of children born to American parents. US Consular office - Mexico City
 
443
John Spencer Howell, Jr. - birth announcement
John Spencer Howell, Jr. - birth announcement
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 12 Nov 1953, Thu · Page 13
 
444
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.
 
445
John Turner - Christening record
John Turner - Christening record
Name: John Turner
Birth Date: 20 Jan
Event Type: Baptism
Father: John Turner
Mother: Mary Turner
Baptism Date: 4 Feb 1819
Baptism Place: Tavistock, Devon, England
Denomination: Independent
Piece Title: Piece 0451: Tavistock (Independent), 1796-1837

Source Citation
The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class Number: RG 4; Piece Number: 451

Source Information
Ancestry.com. England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
 
446
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.
 
447
John W Howard - death
John W Howard - death
Denton Journal (Denton, MD) 24 Apr 1937, page 2.
 
448
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.
 
449
John Webster Harrington - Obituary
John Webster Harrington - Obituary
The News Journal, Wilmington, Delaware, 23 Mar 1990, Friday, Page 24

"JOHN W. HARRINGTON, 64, of East Green Valley Circle, Green Valley, Newark, died Tuesday of heart failure in Wilmington Hospital. Mr. Harrington was an instructor in the mechanical engineering J technology department of Delaware Technical and Community College, Stanton campus. He worked in the engineering group of W.L. Gore & Associates summers since 1981. He was a native of Wilmington and a graduate of P.S. du Pont High School and the University of Delaware, where he was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II and a member of the Wilmington Jaycees. He was a member of Emmanuel Orthodox Presbyterian Church, where he was longtime treasurer. He is survived by his wife, Laura Lois Harrington; and two sisters, Bettie H. Deveraux of Westgate Farms and Jean H. Miller of Kennett Square, Pa. Services will be Saturday at 11:45 a.m. in Gracelawn Memorial Park chapel, North Du Pont Highway, Minquadale ..."
 
450
John William Carlin - plot card
John William Carlin - plot card
Plot card for John W. Carlin, Jane C. Edel, and Margaret Elizabeth Murchy.
 
451
John William Carlin m. Margaret E. Murchy
John William Carlin m. Margaret E. Murchy
Church record
 
452
Joseph Hickman / Ruth Wells family in 1861 Census of Canada
Joseph Hickman / Ruth Wells family in 1861 Census of Canada
Joseph Hickman Age 40
Ruth Hickman Age 38
Thomas Hickman Age 16
Annie Hickman Age 14
Albert Hickman Age 12
Mary E Hickman Age 11
Mary Clifd Hickman Age 9
Alma Hickman Age 7
John H Hickman Age 3
 
453
Joseph L. Mason
Joseph L. Mason
Obituary
 
454
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
 
455
Joseph Weaver - Obituary
Joseph Weaver - Obituary
The News Journal. Wilmington, Delaware, 15 Aug 1975, Fri, Page 30

"Joseph Weaver Joseph Weaver, 92, of Vineland, N.J., formerly of the Wilmington area, died Wednesday in New-comb Hospital, Vineland, after a short illness. Mr. Weaver retired in 1948 as a civil engineer for the Du Pont Co. He had worked at the Chambers Works in Deepwater, N.J. His wife, Helen W. Weaver, died in 1974. There are no immediate survivors. Services will be Monday morning at 10 at Gracelawn Chapel with burial in the adjoining memorial park. There will be no viewing. In Leu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the memorial fund of the Church of Our Merciful Savior, Penns Grove, N.J."
 
456
JosephCarterImmigrationRecord.jpg
JosephCarterImmigrationRecord.jpg
 
457
Julia Howell Traylor Dyar letter to JSHJr
Julia Howell Traylor Dyar letter to JSHJr
Comments on her visit with Henry Howell in Cuthbert in 1935 and why she kept his letter to her for 70 years.
 
458
Julia Howell Traylor Dyar letter to JSHJr - June, 2006
Julia Howell Traylor Dyar letter to JSHJr - June, 2006
Received 2 June, 2006 - Outlines Julia's Howell lineage.
 
459
Julia Traylor Dyar - Obituary
Julia Traylor Dyar - Obituary
The Atlanta Constitution, 16 Oct 2017, p. B5: "Julia Traylor Dyar, "Bootsie," a 5th generation resident of Troup County, passed away Friday, October 13th at the age of 92. She was born on May 2, 1925 and was the daughter of the late James Edward Traylor and Gladys Marchman Traylor. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from La-Grange College in 1946. After her marriage to the youngest weekly newspaper editor in Georgia, the late Hubert Lenhardt Dyar, in 1948, she began writing a weekly column and was associate editor of the Royston (Ga) Record for 10 years. After she and her husband moved to Atlanta, Mrs. Dyar was assistant manager and later manager of the Georgia Press Association and was voted a lifetime member of GPA at that time. She later returned to her hometown of LaGrange where she worked as Public Relations Director at her alma mater, LaGrange College. She worked there almost 15 years before her retirement in 1993. Since then she has written a weekly historical column for the LaGrange Daily News, called "Memoried Glances." She was a member of First Baptist Church on the Square where she taught an Adult Women Sunday School class and was a former chairman of the churches ArchivesHistory Committee. She was a member of the Historic Preservation Commission, a municipal appointment, and was a member and past president of the Troup County Historical Society. She was also a former member of the LaGrange Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and was presented the American Heritage award by the local chapter for "her work in preserving the Historical Heritage of our Community." Other awards that she cherished were presented from her alma mater, LaGrange College, and they were the Dedication of the Quadrangle, the college award by the senior class in 1 987 and recognition on the wall of outstanding alumni in 1995. A compulsive reader, she was a member and past president of the Round Table, LaGrange's oldest Book club, founded in 1931. She said her biggest claim to fame was being an aunt, a great-aunt , a great-great aunt and a great-great-great aunt. She was a lover of all things historical and was very civic minded. She believed it is our responsibility to speak out and voice our opinions, as evidenced by her many letters to the editor on controversial matters. Most importantly, she was a Christian, a faithful prayer warrior and child of the Living God. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Hubert Lenhardt Dyar ;two brothers, James Edward Traylor, Jr. and Charles Franklin Traylor ;two sisters, Tallulah Traylor Kincaid and Ann Traylor Gelders; two nephews, Ed Traylor III and Charles Franklin Traylor, Jr. Survivors include three nieces, Mary Ann Traylor Williams and her husband Thomas Williams of LaGrange, GA, Lelia Kincaid Cort and her husband John Cort of Asheville, NC; Jan Gelders and her husband Winfred Tucker of Fitzgerald, GA, a nephew Tommy Kincaid, Jr. and his wife Ann Kincaid of Statesville NC; as well as sixteen Great Nieces and Nephews and their spouses and sixteen Great-great Nieces and Nephews. She was also survived by close cousins Grady Traylor and Mary Nell Traylor as well as a special friend, Mildred Simpson. The gathering of family and friends will be Monday, October 16, 2017 at the home of Mrs. Mary Ann Williams, 1201 Vernon Road from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. And the Celebration of Life will be held at 1 1 :00am Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at the First Baptist Church on the Square. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to be made to The Traylor Scholarship at LaGrange College; Georgia Press Education Foundation in Atlanta; Troup County Historical Society or First Baptist Church on the Square in her memory of Mrs. Julia Dyar. Those wishing to share a condolence or remembrance with the family may do so by visiting www.shlagrange.com Arrangements are by Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, 1010 Mooty Bridge Road, LaGrange, GA 30240 (706) 884-8636."
 
460
Julius A. Brewington - Obituary
Julius A. Brewington - Obituary
From: The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, 06 Apr 1925, Mon • Page 8

Rev. J. Brewington Succumbs To Illness Dies Last Night At Home In Hebron; Retired from Ministry 3 Years. The Rev, Julius Brewington, of i Hebron, died at his home time there last evening at 10:30, following a second stroke of paralysis about a week ago. Mr. Brewington was about 68 years of age and has served as pastor in many of the Methodist churches of the Wilmington Conference which he has been connected since his entrance into the ministry. He was well known on the Eastern Shore. For the past three years Mr. Brewington had been retired duo to impaired health and had lived quietly at his home in Hebron. The funeral will be held at ll:00 O'clock on Wednesday morning from the Hebron Methodist Church, and interment will be made in the Denton cemetery where he will be laid to rest beside the grave of his first wife, who was Miss Mollie Leech, of Somerset County. Surviving are his widow, who was before her marriage, Miss Ida Ward, of near Denton, and four children who are: Mrs. Arthur Holloway, of this city; Mrs. John C. Hopkins, of Denver, Col.; Mr. Carl M. Brewington, of Girdletree and Mr. Lester Brewington of Wilmington, Del.
 
461
L. Claude Howard - Obituary
L. Claude Howard - Obituary
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 5 Oct 1959, Mon · Page 8
 
462
L. Claude Howard - Obituary
L. Claude Howard - Obituary
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 5 Oct 1959, Mon · Page 8
 
463
L. J. Harrington - Obituary
L. J. Harrington - Obituary
J. HARRINGTON DIES IN HOSPITAL Unemployment Commission Head Was III 2 Weeks; Veteran of World War I Lawrence Jonathan Harrington, 61, supervisor of the U. h. Unemployment Compensation Commission here for the past several years, died yesterday at the Veterans Administration Hospital, New Castle, where he had been a patient for two weeks, Mr. Harrington, who lived at 1331 Cypress Avenue, Elsmere Gardens, served overseas during World War I. Born in Greensboro. Md., he had lived in the Wilmington vicinity most of his life. For about IS years he was connected with the U. S Bureau of internal Revenue here Past Master of DuPont Lodge, No, 29, A. F. and A. M.. Mr. Harrington was serving as treasurer at the time of his death. He also belonged to the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Delaware Consistory, and Eastlake Orthodox Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ruth Webster Harrington; two daughters, the Misses Elisabeth Ellen and Mary Jean Harrington; one son, John Webster Harrington, all at home; two brothers, Harry A. Harrington of Marshallton and Harlan C. Harrington of Ridgely, Md., and several nieces and nephews. Private funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at the McCrery Funeral Home, 2700 Washing ton Street. Interment in Gracelawn Memorial Park will be private.
 
464
Land Grant to Joseph Howell (not sure if ours)
Land Grant to Joseph Howell (not sure if ours)
Issued 25 Mar 1749. File No. 1253, Joseph Howell
409 acres Beginning at a red oak on N. side Town Creek, Edgecombe County, North Carolina
 
465
LaneChapterKThomas-p1.jpg
LaneChapterKThomas-p1.jpg
 
466
LaneCover1ChapterKThomasp1.jpg
LaneCover1ChapterKThomasp1.jpg
 
467
large/11896McAlpinesEdwDavisonLumberMfgrs.gif
large/11896McAlpinesEdwDavisonLumberMfgrs.gif
 
468
large/11896McAlpinesEdwDavisonSawMills.gif
large/11896McAlpinesEdwDavisonSawMills.gif
 
469
large/11896McAlpinesNovaScotiaDavisonAd.jpg
large/11896McAlpinesNovaScotiaDavisonAd.jpg
 
470
large/11929_T_Barton_Freeney_envelope.jpg
large/11929_T_Barton_Freeney_envelope.jpg
 
471
large/11973_Feb_3_Anna_Freeney_Brewington_memorial.jpg
large/11973_Feb_3_Anna_Freeney_Brewington_memorial.jpg
 
472
large/1IMG_0026.JPG
large/1IMG_0026.JPG
 
473
large/4EMB_1_Obituary.jpg
large/4EMB_1_Obituary.jpg
 
474
Larzelere - Society page
Larzelere - Society page
Mrs. Rebecca Larzelere and her daughter, Miss Blanche Elder Larzelere, are at Belmar for the rest of the summer.

Philadelphia Times, Friday August 8, 1902
 
475
Laura A. Harrington - Obituary
Laura A. Harrington - Obituary
The News Journal, Wilmington, Delaware, 12 Jul 1996, Fri, Page 26

"LAURA A. "LOIS" HARRINGTON, 66, of Litchfield, Conn., formerly of East Green Valley Circle, Newark, Del., died June 14 of heart failure at home. Mrs. Harrington was a home-maker. Her husband, John W, died in 1990. Survivors: sons, Stephen Jolis of Clearwater, Fla., and Marc Jolis of Atlanta; daughter, Rosanna Jolis-Presch of Breckenridge, Colo.; brother. John Prenetta of Bristol, Conn.; sisters, Gloria Manship of Norfolk, Conn., and Marcia Fag-gaine of Bristol. Memorial service: was in Litchfield. Burial: Gracelawn Memorial Park, North Du Pont Highway, Minquadale, Del."
 
476
Leah Boyer Yeager - death certificate
Leah Boyer Yeager - death certificate
 
477
Lenora I. Love - Wedding announcement
Lenora I. Love - Wedding announcement
To Mr. John W. Howard - Denton Journal, Denton, Maryland, 15 Jan 1898, Sat • Page 3
 
478
Lenora Love Howard - 'The DAR Letter'
Lenora Love Howard - "The DAR Letter"
Letter from Lenora Love to Dr. and Mrs. W.L. Howard, 13 July 1965:

Dear Lawrence and Mutt, Macy came yesterday P.M. and we went to Denton to look at the chairs and talked to Wilbert Merrikens about the family back ground. He didn't know any farther back than I did only one thing that there was more than one Isaiah Blades - the one he knew was Isaiah Connelly Blades, so my mother's mother was Julia Blades (born 1855) oldest child of Isaiah C. Blades who married J. L. Payne and died when she was 24 or 26 yrs old leaving 3 children - Frank, JIm and Annie (my mother) who was the youngest about 3-4 or 5 years old. Her grand parents the Blades took her until she was about 12 or 10 when her grandmother died and she had to go home to her father and step mother. We cand cannot or guess from 1855 her mother would be 25 years before that and I guess her father would have been 25 or 30 years before that which I guess would be back to near 1800. The Rev. war was 1776 so it seem that there must be a Blades back of Isaiah. The Choptank Blades didn't know but one thing more and had heard her family say there was a Joe Blades back. Neither of them knew Isaiah's wifes maiden name. Wilbert said maybe Reyer Dukes could tell us more as Esther was a D.A.R. So Mary said she would try and get an appointment with Dukes he may know from Esther whos grandmother Isaiah Blades wife was. This is all I could find out. Mother.
 
479
Lenora Love Howard - Obituary
Lenora Love Howard - Obituary
The Daily Times
Salisbury, Maryland
09 Mar 1973, Friday, Page 13
 
480
Leschetitzky (Leschetizky) post card (reverse)
Leschetitzky (Leschetizky) post card (reverse)
Source: Betty Howell Traver
 
481
LeschetizkyPostCardReversethm.jpg
LeschetizkyPostCardReversethm.jpg
 
482
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.)
 
483
Litta Avon Prangley - birth record
Litta Avon Prangley - birth record
 
484
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
 
485
Louisa Gerker marries Henry Maxwell Roland
Louisa Gerker marries Henry Maxwell Roland
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
06 Nov 1885, Fri • Page 8
 
486
Lunenburg County
Lunenburg County
Nova Scotia.
 
487
Lynn Howard - Honor Roll at Penn Hall
Lynn Howard - Honor Roll at Penn Hall
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 6 Jan 1947, Mon · Page 7
 
488
Lynn Howard - Honor Societies
Lynn Howard - Honor Societies
 
489
Lynn Howard - music scholarship
Lynn Howard - music scholarship
 
490
Lynn Howard - Penn Hall Dean's List
Lynn Howard - Penn Hall Dean's List
 
491
Lynn Howard - Penn Hall Deans List
Lynn Howard - Penn Hall Deans List
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 5 May 1948, Wed · Page 9
 
492
Lynn Howard - Studying Spanish at Bryn Mawr College
Lynn Howard - Studying Spanish at Bryn Mawr College
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 10 Oct 1950, Tue · Page 11
 
493
Lynn Howard - Wed at Asbury Church
Lynn Howard - Wed at Asbury Church
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 14 Feb 1953, Sat · Page 9
 
494
Lynn Howard - weekend guests
Lynn Howard - weekend guests
 
495
Lynn Howard - Weekend Guests at Ocean City
Lynn Howard - Weekend Guests at Ocean City
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 12 Aug 1952, Tue · Page 5
 
496
Lynn Howell - Rules of the game for businesswomen
Lynn Howell - Rules of the game for businesswomen
The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) · 28 Mar 1982, Sun · Page 260
 
497
Lynn Howell Travel Service - Ad
Lynn Howell Travel Service - Ad
The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) · 22 Oct 1984, Mon · Page 59
 
498
Mabel G. Boyer - Death Certificate
Mabel G. Boyer - Death Certificate
 
499
Mabel Gwendolyn Boyer - Baptism
Mabel Gwendolyn Boyer - Baptism
Church Records
Church of the Advent (Episcopal)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
22 Jun 1890

Source Citation
Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 224

Source Information
Ancestry.com. Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Church and Town Records, 1669-2013 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.

Original data: Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
 
500
Major W.S. McKeough
Major W.S. McKeough
Military document
 
501
Malcolm Campbell - Sara Ann Campbell - Marriage
Malcolm Campbell - Sara Ann Campbell - Marriage
 
502
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
503
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
504
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.
 
505
Map of Dorchester Co, New Brunswick, Canada
Map of Dorchester Co, New Brunswick, Canada
 
506
map_campbell_mills.jpg
map_campbell_mills.jpg
 
507
map_campbell_millsthm.jpg
map_campbell_millsthm.jpg
 
508
Marcy Bain Phillips - Obituary
Marcy Bain Phillips - Obituary
Obituary. The Baltimore Sun Baltimore, Maryland
14 Nov 1936, Saturday, Page 2
 
509
Marcy Phillips, Fannie E. Freeney - Marriage
Marcy Phillips, Fannie E. Freeney - Marriage
Source Information
Ancestry.com. Delaware, Marriage Records, 1806-1933 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

Original data: Delaware. Delaware Vital Records. Microfilm. Delaware Public Archives, Dover.
 
510
Marguerite F. Howard
Marguerite F. Howard
Family History letter p.1
 
511
Marguerite F. Howard
Marguerite F. Howard
Family History letter p. 2
 
512
Marguerite F. Howard
Marguerite F. Howard
"Back from a trip around the world"
 
513
Marion Turner Johnson - Obituary
Marion Turner Johnson - Obituary
Boston Herald 6 Feb 1934 p. 13
 
514
Marriage Announcement
Marriage Announcement
Buerk - Howell
 
515
Marriage announcement
Marriage announcement
Mary Clinton Johnson to Wilmer Curtis Stith, Jr.
The St. Louis Star and Times, 16 Dec 1920 P.12
 
516
Marriage application - George Washington Boyer and Mary Whitehead
Marriage application - George Washington Boyer and Mary Whitehead
 
517
Marriage book Alma Hickman m. E.D. Davison
Marriage book Alma Hickman m. E.D. Davison
 
518
Marriage Certificate
Marriage Certificate
Lenora Love and John W. Howard
 
519
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)
 
520
Marriage license: Couch - Howell
Marriage license: Couch - Howell
Silas M. Couch to Carrie Ada Howell, 28 Nov, 1881 Source: Paul David Couch
 
521
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
 
522
Marriage of Ellen A. Stone and Thomas Joseph John Devine
Marriage of Ellen A. Stone and Thomas Joseph John Devine
The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 20 Sep 1963, Fri • Page 33. "The Prime Minister of Canada and Mrs. Lester B. Pearson will be among the guests attending the marriage on Saturday of Miss Ellen Alexandra Stone and Thomas Joseph John Devine which is taking place on Saturday at the Church of St. Thomas More, New York."
 
523
Marriage of John Bain Turner and Eugenie McKay
Marriage of John Bain Turner and Eugenie McKay
 
524
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.
 
525
Marriage Record of Thomas Stone to Rebecca Adam McEwen
Marriage Record of Thomas Stone to Rebecca Adam McEwen
 
526
Marriage Register of Spencer - Bown
Marriage Register of Spencer - Bown
1710 Register of Timothy Spencer marriage to Ann Bown marriage
 
527
Martha A. White Umlauf - Death Certificate
Martha A. White Umlauf - Death Certificate
 
528
Martha Carter - death certificate
Martha Carter - death certificate
 
529
Martha Carter Bradley - death certificate
Martha Carter Bradley - death certificate
 
530
Mary Abigail Spencer - Death record
Mary Abigail Spencer - Death record
 
531
Mary Abigail Spencer - death record
Mary Abigail Spencer - death record
Father: William Spencer - born England
Mother Betsy Cherry - born New England States
 
532
Mary Ann White - Wife of Perry S. Love - Obituary
Mary Ann White - Wife of Perry S. Love - Obituary
The Star-Democrat, Easton, Maryland, 04 Jun 1872, Tue • Page 3. "On the 21st of May, Mrs Mary Ann, wife of Perry S Love, in the 45th year of her age. The deceased linger, d long with consumption, but she had lived a Christian lite, and died in the triumph of faith, resigning her little children to the care of her afflicted husband, and the mercies of a kind Providence."
 
533
Mary Campbell McDiarmid - Obituary
Mary Campbell McDiarmid - Obituary
 
534
Mary Carlin Hetherlin - obituary
Mary Carlin Hetherlin - obituary
 
535
Mary E. Carlin Boyer Baptism
Mary E. Carlin Boyer Baptism
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
536
Mary Howland Freeman - gravestone
Mary Howland Freeman - gravestone
Mary Howland Freeman - gravestone
 
537
Mary Neal Andrew - Obituary
Mary Neal Andrew - Obituary
Denton Journal (Denton, Maryland) 19 May 1900, Saturday, Page 3
 
538
Mary Tallulah Traylor - Obituary
Mary Tallulah Traylor - Obituary
Obituary notes from Statesville Record and Landmark 16 Apr 1971 p.8: "Mrs. Thomas Lee Kincaid, 329 Davie Ave., Statesville, died this morning at her home following a lengthy illness. She was the wife of Thomas Lee Kincaid, Sr., who survives along with a son, Thomas Lee Kincaid, Jr., and a daughter, Lelia Steele Kincaid, both of the home. Mrs. Kincaid, the former Mary Talluah Traylor, was a native of Troope County Georgia and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Traylor. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time. Nicholson's Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements."
 
539
Mary Wall Scane Bowler - Obituary
Mary Wall Scane Bowler - Obituary
 
540
Maryland High School Class of 1928 - p1.
Maryland High School Class of 1928 - p1.
 
541
Matilda Turner - Baptism record
Matilda Turner - Baptism record
Name: Matilda Turner
Birth Date: 1 Jul 1822
Event Type: Baptism
Father: John Turner
Mother: Mary
Baptism Date: 14 Aug 1822
Baptism Place: Tavistock, Devon, England
Denomination: Independent
Piece Title: Piece 0451: Tavistock (Independent), 1796-1837

Source Citation
The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class Number: RG 4; Piece Number: 451

Source Information
Ancestry.com. England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
 
542
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.
 
543
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
544
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.)
 
545
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.)
 
546
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.)

 
547
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.)
 
548
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)
 
549
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.
 
550
Memorial leaflet
Memorial leaflet
W. L. Howard
 
551
Mildred Eva Howell - Obituary
Mildred Eva Howell - Obituary
The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, 23 Nov 1956, Fri, Page 30

"Miss Howell, 81, Of Cuthbert Dies; Funeral services for Miss Mildred Eva Howell, 81, who died unexpectedly Tuesday at her home here, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church in Cuthbert. Burial will be in the White Plains Cemetery Friday afternoon, with Lunsford Mortuary of Cuthbert in charge of arrangements. Miss Howell, a former newspaper owner and teacher, is survived by two brothers, Henry and Edward L. Howell of Cuthbert, and a sister, Mrs. G. A. Camp of Atlanta. Miss Howell formerly owned The Cuthbert Leader, a predecessor of The Cuthbert Times. She was a public school teacher for awhile but spent the greater part of her life as a music teacher. She was organist for the First Baptist Church of Cuthbert for 25 years before retiring several years ago."

 
552
Mildred McLean Birth Certificate
Mildred McLean Birth Certificate
 
553
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.
 
554
Mirrette Eunice Burk Campbell - death record
Mirrette Eunice Burk Campbell - death record
 
555
Miss Cara L. Howard, J.S. Howell Betrothed
Miss Cara L. Howard, J.S. Howell Betrothed
The News Journal (Wilmington, Delaware) · 13 Aug 1952, Wed · Page 12
 
556
Miss Cara Lynn Howard Weds In Asbury Methodist Church
Miss Cara Lynn Howard Weds In Asbury Methodist Church
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 14 Feb 1953, Sat · Page 9
 
557
Miss Ellen Cox Ewing - Wedding announcement
Miss Ellen Cox Ewing - Wedding announcement
A Summer Bride. Mrs. Thomas Archibald Stone, the former Miss Ellen Cox Ewing, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Thomas Ewing of New York and Washington, whose recent marriage to the second secretary of the Canadian legation here took place at the Summer home of her parents, Pine Pillow, Sorrento, Me.
 
558
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
559
Miss Howard Engaged
Miss Howard Engaged
The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland) · 24 Aug 1952, Sun · Page 68
 
560
Miss J. M. Brewington - Obituary
Miss J. M. Brewington - Obituary
The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland 25 Aug 1937, p5. "MISS J, M. BREWINGTON Funeral services for Miss Jennie M. Brewington, 76 years old, who died at her, home in Hebron yesterday, will be held at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the M. P. Church in Hebron. The Rev. John Wright and the .Rev. Ernest Wunder will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Ver non Cemetery. She. is survived by several nieces and nephews"
 
561
Miss Mildred Eva Howell - Obituary
Miss Mildred Eva Howell - Obituary
"The Cuthbert Times" Nov 29, 1956
 
562
Miss Timmie Wise Weds Mr. Camp
Miss Timmie Wise Weds Mr. Camp
The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, 02 Mar 1930, Sunday, Page 43
 
563
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard sail to England
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard sail to England
Denton Journal (Denton, Maryland) 12 Sep 1885, Sat p.3
 
564
Mrs. C. K. Stith Dies At Age 60
Mrs. C. K. Stith Dies At Age 60
The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland) · 29 Oct 1961, Sun · Page 34
 
565
Mrs. T. A. Stone Dies In Yonkers
Mrs. T. A. Stone Dies In Yonkers
Evening Star
Washington, District of Columbia
19 Jun 1931, Fri • Page 3
 
566
My Search For John Stephen Jackson
My Search For John Stephen Jackson
Book cover: ' My Search For John Stephen Jackson, His Ancesors and Descendants '
 
567
Nancy Magee Pigman Hales
Nancy Magee Pigman Hales
Obituary
 
568
Nancy Pigman Magee Hales - Obituary
Nancy Pigman Magee Hales - Obituary
The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, 16 Oct 2002, Wed • Page 4

"Nancy Magee Pigman Hales PEORIA, Ariz. Nancy M. Hales, 72, died Saturday, July 13, 2002, at. Sun Health Hospice in Sun City, Ariz. Born in she was a daughter of the late Raymond and Mary Magee. Raised on the Eastern Shore of Nancy Magee Pigman Hales Maryland, Nancy graduated from Penn Hall Preparatory School and Penn Hall College, was the first Miss Del-MarVa and modeled for the prestigious John Robert Powers Agency in New York. While working in New York, she met and married a dashing young Army cadet from West Point, the late Brig. Gen. John H. "Jack" Pigman. Nancy gave birth to their three children, John Jr., Melissa Love and Kris-ten Eric. John Jr. and Melissa preceded her in death. She was WBOC-TV Channel 16's first weather lady, hosting Benjamin's weather fashions for more than 20 years and became the buyer, personal fashion consultant and general manager for Benjamin's, a regional department store. Nancy was an avid golfer and accomplished bridge player. She and her second husband, the late Harry Hales, retired to Arizona in 1985 to be closer to her two sons. Her sister, Mary Lou Kehoe, and family of Sacramento, Calif.; her youngest son, Kris-ten; and his three children, Morgan Leigh, Mason Eric and Makenzie Love of Gold River, Calif., survive her. Friends may call at Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin on Friday at 11 a.m. A reception shall immediately follow at the Atlantic Hotel in Berlin."
 
569
Nellie Davison - letter 10 June (year?)
Nellie Davison - letter 10 June (year?)
 
570
Nellie Davison - letter 13 Mar 1936 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 13 Mar 1936 Vienna
 
571
Nellie Davison - letter 15 Dec 1923 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 15 Dec 1923 Vienna
 
572
Nellie Davison - letter 23 Feb 1939 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 23 Feb 1939 Vienna
 
573
Nellie Davison - letter 26 Mar 1924 Vienna
Nellie Davison - letter 26 Mar 1924 Vienna
 
574
Nellie Davison - letter 6 Aug 1938
Nellie Davison - letter 6 Aug 1938
 
575
Nellie Davison - letter 8 Feb 1927 Paris
Nellie Davison - letter 8 Feb 1927 Paris
 
576
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.
 
577
Nellie Davison letter - 24 Aug 1924
Nellie Davison letter - 24 Aug 1924
 
578
Newbold Noyes - birth record
Newbold Noyes - birth record
 
579
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
580
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
 
581
Norman Howard Campbell m. Mary Victoria Turner
Norman Howard Campbell m. Mary Victoria Turner
Marriage affidavit.
 
582
Obituary - Bain W. Phillips
Obituary - Bain W. Phillips
 
583
Obituary - Edward Lathrop Howell
Obituary - Edward Lathrop Howell
"Funeral Services Held Saturday, April 20th for E.L. "Gus" Howell" Cuthbert Times - 25 April, 1968.
 
584
Obituary - Frederick and Sarah Howard
Obituary - Frederick and Sarah Howard
 
585
Obituary - Harvey Howell
Obituary - Harvey Howell
 
586
Obituary - Joseph Howell
Obituary - Joseph Howell
Weekly chronicle & sentinel. (Augusta, Ga.) March 17, 1863
 
587
Obituary - Marguerite Freeney Howard
Obituary - Marguerite Freeney Howard
Appearing in Salisbury Times, Sep. 2, 1987
 
588
Obituary - Marguerite Howard
Obituary - Marguerite Howard
Appearing in The Sun, Thursday Sept. 3, 1987
 
589
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"
 
590
Obituary - Samuel Monroe Howell
Obituary - Samuel Monroe Howell
 
591
Obituary of Daniel Whiting Lathrop
Obituary of Daniel Whiting Lathrop
Received from Hal Lathrop.
 
592
Olive Carter
Olive Carter
Obituary
 
593
Origin of Henry Howell's given names.
Origin of Henry Howell's given names.
Handwritten notes by Betty H. Traver.

Origins of Henry Alonzo Howell's given names by Elizabeth Howell Traver :

Henry Alonzo Howell was named for two soldiers killed in wars. "Henry" was for Henry Heard, Henry Alonzo Howell's uncle, who died at Pine Mountain during Sherman's March to the Sea in August 1864.

Alonzo McBride was the son of John McBride, surveyor general of Georgia. After John McBride died, the family moved with the Howell's to Houston County (Perry, GA). Being the oldest, he enlisted in Gen. Andrew Jackson's war against the Indians in Alabama, where he was killed. His will is in the courthouse in Perry, Jimmy Brittain's mother saw it written just before he left for the Army. Alonzo Church, early president of the University of Georgia was John McBride's best friend, so he named his eldest son for him. [JSH notes: Alonzo Church b. 1793 in Brattleboro, VT, graduated Middlebury College and moved to GA in 1816]
 
594
Orphans Court - Freeney
Orphans Court - Freeney
Newspaper article. Was placed between the pages of the Freeney family bible. "The Orphans' Court was in session Tuesday. Presetn Judges Brattan and Walter. The following business was disposed of: Inventory M. E. Banks and T.B. Freeny, e.o.r. Petitions for o.s. and a.c. granted. Robt. F. Brattan was appointed guardian of Charles L. Moler, and James Evans guardian of George Street. Inventory of Thomas P. Howard, f.e.o.r. Ordered to take at appraisment.
 
595
Oscar Webster - Fatal Accident.
Oscar Webster - Fatal Accident.
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 10 Oct 1877, Wed, Page 4
 
596
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.
 
597
p. 121 Sacrifice of the Shannon
p. 121 Sacrifice of the Shannon
 
598
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.
 
599
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
 
600
Paul Francis Magee - Obituary
Paul Francis Magee - Obituary
 
601
Penncrest Rallies to win PIAA Title
Penncrest Rallies to win PIAA Title
 
602
Perry S. Love - US Civil War Draft Registration
Perry S. Love - US Civil War Draft Registration
 
603
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
604
Peter Vriesenga - Obituary
Peter Vriesenga - Obituary
 
605
Peter Vriesenga m. Marie Keyzer
Peter Vriesenga m. Marie Keyzer
Original marriage book entry in Dutch.
 
606
Peter Vriesenga Naturalization Petition
Peter Vriesenga Naturalization Petition
 
607
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.
 
608
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.
 
609
Pierre O. Keilholtz m. Helen Cecelia Gerker
Pierre O. Keilholtz m. Helen Cecelia Gerker
Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal Church records, Philadelphia, PA
 
610
Pierre Otis Keilholtz - Death announcement
Pierre Otis Keilholtz - Death announcement
The Baltimore Sun; 23 January 1922, Mon - Page 13
 
611
Pierre Otis Keilholtz - Obituary with photo
Pierre Otis Keilholtz - Obituary with photo
The Baltimore Sun 22 Jan 1922, Sun - Page 20
 
612
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.
 
613
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...."
 
614
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."
 
615
Ralph H. Carlin Military Service Record
Ralph H. Carlin Military Service Record
 
616
Ralph Hetherlin Carlin
Ralph Hetherlin Carlin
Veteran's Compensation Application. Service dates from 1914 to 1917 are listed.
 
617
Randolph County Map
Randolph County Map
 
618
Randolph County, GA
Randolph County, GA
Location of Randolph County within Georgia
 
619
Ray Magee - Draft Card
Ray Magee - Draft Card
 
620
Raymmond A. Magee - Obituary
Raymmond A. Magee - Obituary
Obituary notes from The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, October 2, 1981, page 2: "R.A. Magee Funeral To Be Saturday. Berlin - Raymond A. Magee, 78, a long time resident and business executive of Berlin and Ocean City, died at the Berlin Nursing Home Thursday. The Burbage Funeral Home here, which is handling the arrangements, didn't know the cause of death. Prior to his illness he ad been active in many business and civic organizations. At the time of his death he was owner and president of Magee Auto Parts, Inc. in Berlin. He was a sone of the late Frank A. And Eva K. Magee. He had been active in the numerous Magee enterprises until his retirement. Magee was a charter member of the the Berlin Lions Club and twice served as president. He also served as District Governor of Lions International and was a charter member of the Ocean City Gold and Yacht Club. Magee had been president of the board of directors of the Berlin Building and Loan Association, a director of the Peninsula Bank and had served on teh advisory board of the Automobile Association of America. Magee was a 32nd degree Mason and member here of Evergreen Lodge 153, AF and AM, the Scottish Rite Bodies and Boumi Shrine Temple in Baltimore. Surviving are his wife, Mary H. Magee; three daughters, Bettie Lankford, Berlin, Nancy Hales, Dover and Marilou Kehoe, Carmichael, Calif.; six grandchildren; two great grandchildren and a brother, Paul F. Magee, Berlin. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home. Officiating will be the Rev. Robert L. Harris of Atlantic United Methodist Church, Ocean City, of which Magee was a member. Interment will be here in Sunset Memorial Park. The family suggests that contributions may be made to the Oncology Radiation Unit of the Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center, Salisbury, Md. 21801 or to a favorite charity."
 
621
Reba W. Salmons - Obituary
Reba W. Salmons - Obituary
Times-Record, Denton, Maryland, 08 Nov 2006, Wed, Page 11 "FEDERALSBURG — Reba W. Salmons of Federalsburg died Oct. 30, 2006, at the Caroline Nursing Home in Denton. She was 80. She was born Jan. 23, 1926, near Federalsburg, the daughter of the late Joseph and Minnie Scott Waldis. Her first husband, Lawrence Claude Howard Jr., preceded her in death Nov. 15, 1961. She was a graduate of Federalsburg High School, class of 1943. She worked for 10 years as a beautician at the former O’Neals Beauty Shop on Academy, and had worked for the former Service Trucking as well as for the former Long Lumber Company. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star 64. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Jack Salmons Sr.; three daughters, Connie Blanchfield and her husband William of Federalsburg, Patricia Glessner and her husband Ray Jr. of Easton and Melinda Hagadorn and her friend Dennis Payne of Federalsburg; three stepsons, Jack Salmons II and his wife Bonnie of Federalsburg, Dr. Charles Salmons and his wife Linda, and Jimmy Salmons and his wife Bea, all of New Bern, N.C.; five grandchildren, Mark Blanchfield, Cindi Link, Dean Glessner, Emilee Hagadorn and Mallory Hagadorn; five great- grandchildren, John C. Davis Jr., Johanna Davis, Jared Davis, Zachary and Cassidy Blanchfield; six siblings, Ruth Dodd of Seaford, Del., Gertrude Lord, Louise Massey and Margaret Wheatley, all of Federalsburg, Elizabeth Orem of Hayword, Calif. and William Waldis of Cambridge; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters, Virginia Nichols, Kathleen DeGran, Frank Waldis and Russell Waldis. Services were held Nov. 4 at the Framptom Funeral Home P.A., Federalsburg, with Dr. Charles Salmons and the Rev. David Heistand officiating. An Eastern Star Service was held. Interment was in Hillcrest"
 
622
Remsen Coles Davison Research
Remsen Coles Davison Research
Genealogical Record of the Davison, Davidson, Davisson Family of New England (download copy is large: 168 MB)
 
623
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.
 
624
Ripley Lyman Dana - Obituary
Ripley Lyman Dana - Obituary
The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts) · 20 Dec 1939, Wed · Page 6
 
625
Robert Spencer Stone - birth record
Robert Spencer Stone - birth record
 
626
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
1
 
627
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
2
 
628
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
3
 
629
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
Robert Spencer Stone - US Citizenship
4
 
630
Robert Spencer Stone - US Draft Registration
Robert Spencer Stone - US Draft Registration
 
631
Robert Spencer Stone -Officers Declaration
Robert Spencer Stone -Officers Declaration
 
632
Robert Spencer Stone m. Willena Rose Crawford
Robert Spencer Stone m. Willena Rose Crawford
Certificate dated 20 June 1924
 
633
Robert Spencer Stone m. Willena Rose Crawford
Robert Spencer Stone m. Willena Rose Crawford
 
634
Ruth Webster - Obituary
Ruth Webster - Obituary
The Morning News, Wilmington, Delaware, 31 Dec 1967, Sun, Page 32

"HARRINGTON Suddenly, at Delaware Div. this city on Dec. 29, 1967. Ruth W. Harrington, age 82 yrs., of 7 Thomas Drive, Monroe Park, widow of Lawrence J. Harrington. Funeral services & interment at the convenience of the family. Please omit flowers. Arranqements by the CHANDLER FUNERAL HOMES."
 
635
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
636
Sacramento City Cemetery Records
Sacramento City Cemetery Records
Year 1849 to 2000
 
637
Sacrifice of the Shannon
Sacrifice of the Shannon
by W. Albert Hickman
Published in May, 1903
Cover image
 
638
Sacrifice of the Shannon
Sacrifice of the Shannon
Inside Cover
 
639
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1.jpg
 
640
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-1thm.jpg
 
641
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2.jpg
 
642
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-2thm.jpg
 
643
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3.jpg
 
644
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-3thm.jpg
 
645
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4.jpg
 
646
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-4thm.jpg
 
647
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5.jpg
 
648
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-5thm.jpg
 
649
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6.jpg
 
650
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-6thm.jpg
 
651
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7.jpg
 
652
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7thm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannon2ndEd1903-7thm.jpg
 
653
SacrificeOfTheShannonCover.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannonCover.jpg
 
654
SacrificeOfTheShannonCoverthm.jpg
SacrificeOfTheShannonCoverthm.jpg
 
655
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)
 
656
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.
 
657
Salisbury Girl Given Three College Honors
Salisbury Girl Given Three College Honors
The News Journal (Wilmington, Delaware) · 19 Jun 1947, Thu · Page 20
 
658
Salisbury Girl Given Three College Honors.
Salisbury Girl Given Three College Honors.
The News Journal (Wilmington, Delaware) · 19 Jun 1947, Thu · Page 20
 
659
Sally V. S. Webster - Obituary
Sally V. S. Webster - Obituary
Denton Journal, Denton, Maryland\, 21 Feb 1925, Sat, Page 5

"Death of Mrs. Z. H. Webster. Mrs. Sallie Stevens Webster, widow of Rev. Z. H. Webster, a prominent member of the Wilmington Conference, at her home in Demon on Tuesday evening last, after an illness of several weeks. She was the only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens, who lived their Jives in this county and for years in this town. Mrs. Webster was active in church work, even before her marriage to'a preacher, and continued these activities until overtaken by illness. All who knew her mourn the loss of a friend. Her place will be, hard to fill. Mr. G. Lacey Stevens, of Denton, is an only brother. Funeral services were held at the home on Thursday afternoon, Rev. C. Nadal Jones officiating. Interment was made in Denton cemetery."
 
660
Samuel Carver Descendants
Samuel Carver Descendants
 
661
SamuelAHowellAdministratorMcKinneyHowellEstateBlog.jpg
SamuelAHowellAdministratorMcKinneyHowellEstateBlog.jpg
 
662
Sara Webster Freeney - Obituary
Sara Webster Freeney - Obituary
The Daily Times, Salisbury, Maryland, 02 Aug 1954, Mon, Page 8 "Mrs. Thomas B. Freeney Mrs. Sarah Webster Freeney of High St., widow of Thomas Barton Freeney of Delmar, died last night in the Spring Hill Sanitarium after a long illness. She was 66. Mrs. Freeney is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William R. Howard of Salisbury, and Mrs. howard of Salisbury, and Mrs. Charles E. Herget of Baltimore; four grandchildren; and four sisters, Mrs. Edward M. Fowler of Laurel, Mrs. Howard Zebley of Wilmington, Mrs. Lawrence Harrington, also of Wilmington, and Mrs. Joseph Weaver of Penn's Grove, N. J. Funeral services will be held from the Marvel Funeral Home tomorrow at 2 p.m. with the Rev. J. Robert Mackey, pastor of As-bury Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in the First Methodist Church Cemetery in Delmar. Friends may call at the funeral heme after 7 o'clock tonight.
 
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Sarah A. Payne - Obituary
Sarah A. Payne - Obituary
Denton Journal, Denton, Maryland, 20 Apr 1907, Sat., Page 5

"Mrs. Sarah A. Payne, wife of James L. Payne, died at her home in Bethlehem on Thursday, aged 77 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons -- John H. Reese of Baltimore, and Mr. Samuel L. Payne, of Philadelphia. Mr. J. Ed Nichols, Dr. F. N. Nichols and Mrs. W. C. Pastorfield, of this place, are grandchildren of the deceased. Funeral services will bo held at o'clock this afternoon."
 
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Sarah Boyer death certificate
Sarah Boyer death certificate
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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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 - Scane Marriage record
Spencer - Scane Marriage record
 
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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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Stevens Family History
Stevens Family History
From: "The Biographical Record of Essex County, Ontario"
 
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Stith - Howell - Baltimore Sun engagement.
Stith - Howell - Baltimore Sun engagement.
 
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Stone - Woodruff marriage
Stone - Woodruff marriage
The Gazette, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 22 Nov 1962, Thu • Page 19

Stone-Woodruff The marriage of Mrs. Emily Coolidge Woodruff, of New York and Bedford Village, N.Y., widow of the late Harry A. Woodruff, of New York, and daughter of Mrs. Sherman Miles, of Beverly, Mass., and of the late Harold Jefferson Coolidge, to Mr. Thomas A. Stone, of New York and Mount Pleasant, S.C., took place on Saturday, at twelve o'clock noon, in St. Matthew's Church, Bedford Village, N.Y., the Rev. John Harper officiating, assisted by Rev. Ter-rence Finlay, of N.Y. : The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Harold Jefferson Coolidge, of Washington, D.C., was attended by her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Kunhardt, of Hamilton, Mass., as matron of honor. Mr. Newbold Noyes, Jr., acted as best man for his step-father. Mr. Stone was for many years in the Canadian Department of External Affairs and held posts in Washington, Ottawa, London, Paris, and Stockholm. His last post was ' Canadian Ambassador to The Netherlands at The Hague until 1959.
 
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Stone / Hobbs marriage record
Stone / Hobbs marriage record
 
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Stone m. Taylor
Stone m. Taylor
Marriage record
 
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Summer at Spring Hill
Summer at Spring Hill
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 07 May 1896, Thu, Page 3

"Summer At Spring Hill. near Hebron Station. B.,C. and A. Railway, will be opened to Summer Guests; excellent bicycling, lawn tennis grounds, football, etc. Apply to Mrs. Emily Freeny, Hebron, Md."
 
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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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Ted Warner - Nov 2001
Ted Warner - Nov 2001
 
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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 A Stone
Thomas A Stone
Ambassador to The Hague Visits Mother, 83 in Chatham. The Windsor Star Windsor, Ontario, Canada 20 May 1958, Tue, Page 3
 
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Thomas A. Stone - Birth record
Thomas A. Stone - Birth record
 
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Thomas A. Stone - Manifest card.
Thomas A. Stone - Manifest card.
From "Michigan, Detroit Manifests of Arrivals at the Port of Detroit, 1906-1954" Lists himself as "farmer" with wife "Alexandria" living in Mt. Pleasant S.C.
 
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Thomas A. Stone - New York Times Obituary
Thomas A. Stone - New York Times Obituary
 
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Thomas B. Freeney - 1918 (WWI) Draft Registration (p1)
Thomas B. Freeney - 1918 (WWI) Draft Registration (p1)
Permanent Home Address: "East Delmar, Wicomico, Md."
Age in years: "34"
Date of birth: "Feb 22, 1884" Race: "White" US Citizen: "Native Born"
Present Occupation: "Telegraph Operator"
Employer's name: " P.R.R. Co."
Place of employment: "Delmar, Del"
Nearest relative: "Sarah J. Freeney, East Delmar, Wicomico, Md."

 
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Thomas B. Freeney - 1918 (WWI) Draft Registration (p2)
Thomas B. Freeney - 1918 (WWI) Draft Registration (p2)
 
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Thomas B. Freeney - Found Dead
Thomas B. Freeney - Found Dead
The News Journal, Wilmington, Delaware, 05 Jan 1950, Thu, Page 12

"Dr. Thomas B. Freeney, Of Delmar, Found Dead DELMAR, Jan. 5 ( Special). Dr. Thomas Barton Freeney, 67, optometrist of East Street, was found dead yesterday afternoon on the farm of Edward Nichols near town. Dr. Freeney was subject to heart attacks and was stricken while digging in a field. A former president of the State Optometrist Association, he also was a former employee of the Pennsylvania Railroad but was engaged in his present business for many years. He was a member of Delmar Lodge 201, AF and AM, and was a director of the Bank of Delmar. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Sarah Webster Freeney; two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Howard of Salisbury and Mrs. Charles Edward Herget of Baltimore; four grandchildren and several sisters."
 
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Thomas B. Freeny burial record
Thomas B. Freeny burial record
"Parents Peter and Elizabeth. Age 33-1-7" JH Note: I assume 33 years, 1 month, 7 days. Based on his headstone it would be 33 yeards, 1 month 10 days...
 
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Thomas B. Freeny, Sr. - Suicide Near Delmar
Thomas B. Freeny, Sr. - Suicide Near Delmar
The News Journal (Wilmington, Delaware) 31 Jan 1884, Thursday, Page 1

"T. Barton Freeny, a young man, living about six miles from this town, who had been suffering for several days with pneumonia, met with his death in a sad manner yesterday morning, at about 11 o'clock. It appears while suffering from a high fever he went to the garret of his house and threw himself headfirst to the ground, a distance of about 25 feet, causing instant death, his neck being broken by the fall."
 
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Thomas Barton Freeney - Obituary
Thomas Barton Freeney - Obituary
The Evening Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 06 Jan 1950, Fri, Page 36 "Services Are Held For Dr. Freeny Special to The Evening Sun Salisbury, Jan. 6. Funeral services for Dr. T. Barton Freeny, 65. Delmar (Md.) optometrist and jeweler, are being held today at his late home in Delmar. Dr. Freeny, who died of a heart attack on Wednesday, was a director of the Bank of Delmar and former Delmar town treasurer. Survivors include his widow, the former Miss Sarah Webster, and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Herget, Baltimore, and Mrs. W. L. Howard, Salisbury. There are four grandchildren and three sisters; Mrs. James B. Culver, Baltimore; Mrs. I. S. Brewington, Salisbury, and Mrs. H. L. Boston, Oklahoma City. A brother, J. Edgar Freeny, died two years ago in Los Angeles"
 
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Thomas Stone - Emily Cox Ewing wedding details
Thomas Stone - Emily Cox Ewing wedding details
Evening Star - Washington, District of Columbia
05 Aug 1930, Tue, Page 18. Stone-Ewing Wedding in Maine Yesterday of General Interest.

An international wedding of more than usual interest to official, diplomatic and old residential Washington took place yesterday at Sorrento, Me.. when Miss Ellen Cox Ewing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ewing, became the bride of Mr. Thomas Archibald Stone, second secretary of the Canadian legation and son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Stone of Chatham. Ontario, Canada. Few weddings have had • lovelier setting, the ceremony taking , place in the picturesque little Church of the Redeemer, built 40 years ago by the bride's grandmother, Mrs. William F. Cochran. The arrangements for the wedding were charming in their simplicity and only relatives and a few close friends witnessed the ceremony. As the guests were assembling an organ recital was given by Miss. Hermoine Biggs.

The Bishop of Washington. Right Rev. James E. Freeman, a lifelong friend of the bride's family, who officiated at the marriages of the bride's sister, Mrs. Newbold Noyes, and four of her brothers, performed the ceremony.

The bride walked to the altar with her father who gave her in marriage. Her wedding gown was lovely, fashioned of ivory satin on graceful princess lines, the bodice designed with a bertha of rose-point lace and long, fitted sleeves. The long train was bordered with rose-point lace and orange blossoms, and her rose-point lace veil was arranged softly about her face. She carried a shower bouquet of white orchids and lilies of the valley. The lace used on the gown and the veil 1 were worn by the bride's mother and her sister. Mrs. Noyes, at their weddings. Newbold Noyes, jr., young nephew of the bride, was the train bearer.

The third secretary of the British embassy. Mr. Michael Wright, was the best man.

A wedding breakfast for the small company attending the ceremony, followed at Pine Pillow, the Summer home of the bride's parents. Sweet peas and gladioli were used at the house. Mrs. Ewing, the bride's mother, assisted in receiving guests, wearing a gown of peach-color lace with a hat to match. Later in the day Mr. Stone and his bride left aboard the Ortolan, the yacht of the bride's parents, on their wedding trip. They will be at home later at 1762 K street, this city. Mrs. Stone's going-away costume was a dark blue traveling suit with a hat to match.

Among those at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Stone, parents, and Mr. Archibald Stone, brother of the bridegroom: Mr. and Mrs. Newbold Noyes. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ewing, jr.: Mr. and Mrs. William F. C. Ewing, Mr. Bayard Ewing. Mrs. Edward L. Ayers, all of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ewing of Pleasantville, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Giflord C. Ewing of New Haven. Conn : Mr. and Mrs. Percy H. Stewart of Plainfield. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cochran, Miss Gwendolyn G. Cochran, Miss Anne Cochran. Mr. William F. Cochran, jr.. all of Baltimore; Miss Mary Beall Ewing and Mr. Hampson Ewing, jr., of Yonkers, K. Y.

The bride is a granddaughter of the late Gen. Thomas Ewing of Civil War fame and a great-granddaughter of Thomas Ewing, one of the foremost lawyers of Ohio, who was Secretary of the Interior in President Taylor’s administration. and later Secretary of the Treasury during the administration of President William Henry Harrison. He was also Senator from Ohio for two terms. The bride's father was appointed commissioner of patents by President Wilson, and Mr. Ewing brought his family to Washington during that administration.
 
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Thomas Stone - United Nations Post
Thomas Stone - United Nations Post
 
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Thomas Stone Howell - birth announcement
Thomas Stone Howell - birth announcement
The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland) · 10 Dec 1965, Fri · Page 14
 
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Thomas Umlauf - Baptism entry
Thomas Umlauf - Baptism entry
 
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Thomas Vriesenga M Sylvia Sedig
Thomas Vriesenga M Sylvia Sedig
 
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Thora Arloa Dick m. Archibald Campbell Stone
Thora Arloa Dick m. Archibald Campbell Stone
Church record in handwriting by the minister: "Marriage of Archibald Campbell Stone, physician, residing at Chatham, Ontario, bachelor of full age, son of Spencer Stone nd of his wife Flora Maude Campbell of Chatham, Ontario and Thora Arloia Dick, nurse, residing at 6211 __ Avenue, in the city of Montreal, spinster of full age, daughter of Gordon David Dick and of his wife Alroia Muriel Haffner of the city of Montreal, were married by me by authority of license No. 12377, issued by _____ _____, without marriage cont___, on the thirty first day of August one thousand nine hundred and thirty nine in the presence of the subscribing witnesses Thomas A. Stone brother of the groom and Thelma Shaver (sp?), aunt of the bride."
 
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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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University of Pennsylvania yearbook 1930
University of Pennsylvania yearbook 1930
Undergraduate yearbook for 1930. Contains several group photos of Theodore K. Warner: p.155 (Secretary of Chess Club), p.178 President Phi Mu Sigma, p. 188 Treasurer, The University Dramatic Club. p. 195 Glee Club, second bass
 
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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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