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151 Levi drowned in a mill pond. BURNS Levi (1835), L4BK-MH2 (I839)
 
152 Lucindy BURENS and Jacob H. MILLER adapted Margaret Gamble when her parents died in 1887 and 1888 in Leadville, CO.

For additional information see records for Margaret GAMBLE, Helen Catherine GAMBLE and John Thomas GAMBLE. 
BURENS Lucindy (1854) (I36)
 
153 Margaret Gamble is shown on the 1885 Colorado Census but is listed as "Maggie" which is a nickname. She was born in Leadville, Lake, Colorado about 1883 and therefor would have been about 6 years old when her father, Thomas Francis Gamble died on 3 Jan. 1888. Margaret and her siblings were adopted out after her father's death by their temporary guardian, a local Catholic Priest, Father Robinson. All of the other siblings were able to contact each other over the years. However, The family could never find Margaret,who was adopted by the Jacob and Kunigunda Miller family. Margaret died in Salt Lake City, Utah during a move to Butte, Montana. GAMBLE Margaret (1883) (I5349)
 
154 Margaret Josephine Miller was an adopted Child. Her name at birth was Margaret Gamble. She was the natural born daughter of Thomas Francis Gamble (1839) and BridgetRudden Gamble (1848). Margaret's mother was hit and killed by a train on Dec 15, 1887. Margaret's father, died 19 days later of Cerebritus on January 3, 1888. She and her 3 siblings had a guardian, Father Henry Robinson of the Catholic Parish attended by the Gamble family. The Gamble children were adopted to local families. MILLER Margaret Josephine (1883) (I37)
 
155 Margaret Josephine Miller was the biological daughter of Thomas Francis Gamble and Bridget Rudden who died in 1887 (Bridget and 1888 (Thomas). Margaret was adopted by Jacob H. Miller and Lucindy Burens in Leadville, Colorado in 1888. Jacob MIller and their children, including Margaret, left Leadville in 1889 and stopped in Salt Lake City, Utah where Margaret passed away. The family continued on to Butte, Montana. Jacob H. Miller died near Butte in 1889. MILLER Margaret Josephine (1883) (I37)
 
156 Married by Sarah's father Squire Boone, a Baptist Minister Family F7007727
 
157 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4370)
 
158 Mary BOONE (1766) near Faairview Church, SW of Moberly, Missouri, USA on 1 Nov 1851 BOONE Mary (1766) (I11458)
 
159 MARY DOW WAS SEALED TO MATTHEW CLARK BEFORE IT WAS KNOWN THAT HE WAS NOT HER FIRST HUSBAND Family F7008928
 
160 Mary Emma May passed away at about 2:00 PM Mountain Standard Time in her home in Brigham City, Utah.

The following comments were extracted from e-mails announcing her passing.

Dana Pevey: Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 2:05 PM

It is with tears that we announce the passing of our sweet mother, Mary Emma May. She passed through the veil to carry on with her errand from the Lord this 9th day of December, year of our Lord 2013. She passed while resting comfortably in the care of her daughter, Nancy Bennett. She has enjoyed many hours of family companionship over these many days of her labor. We thank all of you who have visited and offered your prayers and support. I know Mary extends her deepest love and gratitude to all of you. As shew sails from the shore of her mortal sojourn we see her standing upon the stern of her vessel, white handkerchief waving gaily through the breeze, singing "God be with you till we meet again". Please take a moment to "see" Mary Sailing away on her new voyage and then another moment to wave back and sing. She loved a good song of the heart.

Shelly Costley: Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 2:18 PM

She was a ray of sunshine to all who came in contact with her! Always singing and trying to get her sisters to sing with her. I imagine her singing all the way to the gates of Heaven where her family walks her into the presence of her Savior Jesus Christ and the father of us all.
Keep singing Aunt Mary!

Penny Hays Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 4:38 PM

So lovely put. Whenever I think of Aunt Mary, I always think of her smiling and laughing and REALLY enjoying what was going on around her. She always wore clothes that were cheerful, playful and fun. She LOVED everyone. We love you, Aunt Mary and look forward to seeing you again. Your sister, Grace, will be joining you in a year or two. It will be nice to know that you have gone on before to greet her when she arrives in Heaven. Give hugs for us up there! Love you!
Sister Grace and Niece Penny ;o) 
MAY Mary Emma (1920) (I7008)
 
161 Mary Esther Thomas Calligan 1913-2009

Mary Esther Thomas Calligan was born on 16 March 1913 in McGill, Nevada. Mary passed away peacefully in her sleep on 18 November 2009 at her daughter Sharon Propati?s home near San Francisco, California. She was 96 years old. As child Mary moved with her family to Blacksfoot, Idaho, then to Idaho Falls and ultimately to Pocatello, Idaho, where she spent most of her adult life. Mary is preceded in death by her husband, Thomas J. Calligan and her son, Michael J. Calligan; her brother John Thomas; and her sister Gertrude McLaughlin. She is survived by her daughter, Sharon Propati; and her sister, Margaret Harris; also by her grand-children, Kathleen Propati, Julie Propati, Joseph J. Propati and his wife, Fe, Angela Tucker, Sean Calligan, Patrick Calligan, and daughter-in-law, Cindy Calligan. She is also survived by several nieces, nephews and great grandchildren. Mary enjoyed travel and cruising, music (she was an excellent piano player), reading and loved doing all kinds of cross word puzzles. She really looked forward to living to be 100. She really tried but just couldn?t make it. But she lived through a lot of years of history and a lot of changes in our world. She loved the holidays, especially Christmas. The more family the better. Her family will all miss her support, humor, caring and mostly her love. Was a warm, wonderful person. She was simply the best.
 
THOMAS Mary Esther (1913) (I5351)
 
162 Mary Hansen immgrated from Denmark in about 1882. She went to live with a brother, Hans Hansen who already lived in southern Utah and had sent for her to come to Americal. She reportedly was of the LDS faith. She later met and married James H. O'brien. She converted to the Catholic faith and remained a Catholic the rest of her life. Mary Hanson and James H O'Brien were married on 25 Aug 1877 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah USA. HANSON (HANSDATTER) Mary (1869) (Ane' Marie), K8QD-FW5 (I6837)
 
163 Mary Jane COOK (1824) died unmarried on 26 Sep 1848. COOK Mary Jane (1824) (I7491)
 
164 May have married in Giles County, Tennessee. GRADY Margaret Frances (1821) (I6284)
 
165 Merrill May died today, 15 Mar 2013 of a stroke he suffered several days ago. A few days prior to the stroke, Merrill went to the Logan Temple with his wife Katie to celebrate their 6th wedding anniversary. The night before the stroke Katie went to bed ahead of Merrill. A short time later she went to see why he was not in bed and found him unable to speak or move one side of his body. It appears that he really never fully conscious after the stroke and it appears to be a blessing that he passed. Every one needs to keep Katie and his children in their prayers. MAY Merrill ( ) (I15899)
 
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I646)
 
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5846)
 
168 Neldon Hacking CALDER was confirmed on 3 Apr 1921 by Harmon Sowards Sr.
Neldon Hacking CALDER was ordained a Deacon in Vernal, Uintah, Utah on 1 May 1925. He was ordained by Hyrum Bennion CALDER.
Neldon was ordained a Teacher in vernal, Uintah, Utah on 19 Mar 1928 by his father, Wallace CALDER.
Neldon was ordained a Priest in Vernal, Uintah, Utah on 16 Nov. 1930 by Earnest Eaton.
Neldon was ordained an Elder in Vernal, Uintah, Utah on 2 June 1934 by Carl R. Richens.
Neldon was ordained a Seventy on 19 Aug by Thomas Kay.
He was called on a Stake Mission on 8 March 1945 by Byron Goodrich. He was again called on a Stake Mission in 1957 by S. Ross Fox.
Neldon received his Patriarchal Blessing on 23 Oct. 1962 from Patriarch S. Ross Fox.
Neldon's first two (2) marriages ended in Divorce. The first marriage was dissolved by decree of Church Authority (President Heber J. Grant).
The second divorce was cleared by President David O. McKay.
His third Marriage to Charlotte LICHFIELD (widow of Edward Davis Hays) ended upon Charlotte's death in a car accident on 11 Apr 1966 near Tooele, Tooele, Utah.
His fourth marriage to Grace Margaret May ended in Divorce in about 1971.
His fifth marriage ended with his wife's passing abt 2001) 
CALDER Neldon Hacking (1913) (I7868)
 
169 Nigel of Saint Saveur, pronounced "SANZAVIOR" was the brother to Richard, who is known as "Richard de la Haye (called Turstan Haldup)
his son Nigel/Roger took the name "Rogerus del Hay"
The name Hay comes from a region in Normande known as " la Hay-du-puits". This is the beginning of the Haye/Hay lines.

Also note that Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte is 5.92 miles north of la Haye-du-puits, in Normande, France 
SAINT-SAUVEUR Nigel de Hay du Puits (1009), II (I15719)
 
170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16)
 
171 Note that Roger de la Haye is a witness to a 1228 charter of Phillip De la Haye, brother to Sir Peter de la haye. also note that the name Roger de Lynton is included in this charter. DEL HAY Rogerus (1180) (I15588)
 
172 Nzinga was a 17th century queen of the Ndongo and Matambe kingdoms of the Mbundo people in Angola.
She was named Nzinga because she was born with her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck.
Nzinga first appears in historical records as the evnoy of her brother Ngiolssa Ngola Mbande at a peace conference with the Portuquese governor Joao Correia de Souse in Luanda in 1622.
Her fist husband, Prince Ngola a Azize was killed along with her first son. She agreed to a negotiated marriage with Kasanje Imangala with whom she had 2 children. This arranged marriage did not last long. as war broke out between the Ndongo and the Imbangala kingdoms.
After her son Duarte Mon Nzinga was indentured by the Portuguese and shipped to the americas, she was anxious that her daughter Njinga Mona Imbangala not succeed her, she tried to vest power in the Ngola Kanini family and arrange for her sister to marry Joao Guterres Ngola Kanini and succeed her. This marriage was not allowed. Her sister was taken by the Imbangala and drowned in the Kwanza River to stop the marriage.
Despite numerous attempts to dethrone her, especially by the son of her former husband Kasanje, who was killed in a battle in the war between the Imbangala and the Ndongo she remained in power until her death.

 
Queen MBANDE Nzinga a (I16286)
 
173 Oct 6, 12th year of Henry VI. " Indenture betwixt Master Robert Del Hay and Johannet that was the wyff of Thomas Del Hay, of the one hand and John Thwaites on th'other part, Wittnesseth that Thomas son of and heire apparent of the said John shall marry Alyce dau. of the said Johannet," ( York Corporate Records) Rector of Brantingham, Cannon of Chester, Proctor of Givendale Master DE LA HAYE Robert (1400) (I15429)
 
174 Okunzhewug died in 1827 in Clover Portage, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). She was born in Indian lands, Michigan Territory. !Source #1: Schoolcraft\'s Expedition to Lake Itasca: The Discovery of the source of the Mississippi. Michigan State University Press, 1958. Pg 121, 122.

In the summer of 1827, Okunzhewug, an old woman, the wife of Kishkemun, the principal chief of Torch Lake (Lac du Flambeau), a man superannuated and blind, attended the treaty of Butte des Morts, bearing her husband\'s medal. She was treated with the respect due to the character she represented, and ample presents were direected to be given to her; among other things a handsome hat.
The latter article had been requested of her by a young Menomonie, and refused.
It is thought a general feeling of jealousy was excited by her good reception. A number of the Menomonies went on her return route as far as the Clover Portage, where she was last seen. Having never returned to her village, the
Chippewas attributed her death to the Menomonies. Her husband died soon after; but she had numerous and influential relatives to avenge her real of supposed murder. This is the account delivered by the Chippewas, and it is corroborated by reports from the traders of that section of the country.
Her singular disappearance and secret death at the Clover Portage, is undisputed; and whether caused or not by any agency of the Menomonies, the belief of such agency, and that of the most direct kind, is fixed in the minds of the
Chippewas, and has furnished the basis of their subsequent acts in relation to the Menominie hunting-parties who have visited the lower part of Chippewa River. Two women belonging to one of these parties were killed be a Chippewa
war-party traversing that part of the country the ensuing year.
The act was disclaimed by them as not being intentional, and it was declared they supposed the women to be Sioux. On a close inquiry, however, I found the persons who committed this act were relatives of Okunzewug, which renders it probable that the murder was intentionally perpetrated...\"
!Source #2: (for location) Treaty with the Chippewa, etc., 1827. ...Concluded at the Butte des Morts, on Fox river, in the Territory of Michigan.

She was married to Keesh-ke-mun (Sharpened Stone) Chippewa Chief about 1760 in Lac de Flambeau, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). Children were: Mons-o-bo-douh, Waub-ish-gaug-aug-e (White Raven) Chippewa Chief.

From http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7249602/person/6173208595/storyx/1?pg=32817&pgpl=pid  
KINIKINOKWE Oklunzhewug (1745) (I862)
 
175 Okunzhewug died in 1827 in Clover Portage, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). She was born in Indian lands, Michigan Territory. !Source #1: Schoolcraft\'s Expedition to Lake Itasca: The Discovery of the source of the Mississippi. Michigan State University Press, 1958. Pg 121, 122.

In the summer of 1827, Okunzhewug, an old woman, the wife of Kishkemun, the principal chief of Torch Lake (Lac du Flambeau), a man superannuated and blind, attended the treaty of Butte des Morts, bearing her husband\'s medal. She was treated with the respect due to the character she represented, and ample presents were direected to be given to her; among other things a handsome hat.
The latter article had been requested of her by a young Menomonie, and refused.It is thought a general feeling of jealousy was excited by her good reception. A number of the Menomonies went on her return route as far as the Clover Portage, where she was last seen. Having never returned to her village, the Chippewas attributed her death to the Menomonies.

Her husband died soon after; but she had numerous and influential relatives to avenge her real of supposed murder. This is the account delivered by the Chippewas, and it is corroborated by reports from the traders of that section of the country.

Her singular disappearance and secret death at the Clover Portage, is undisputed; and whether caused or not by any agency of the Menomonies, the belief of such agency, and that of the most direct kind, is fixed in the minds of the
Chippewas, and has furnished the basis of their subsequent acts in relation to the Menominie hunting-parties who have visited the lower part of Chippewa River. Two women belonging to one of these parties were killed be a Chippewa
war-party traversing that part of the country the ensuing year.

The act was disclaimed by them as not being intentional, and it was declared they supposed the women to be Sioux. On a close inquiry, however, I found the persons who committed this act were relatives of Okunzewug, which renders it probable that the murder was intentionally perpetrated...\"
!Source #2: (for location) Treaty with the Chippewa, etc., 1827. ...Concluded at the Butte des Morts, on Fox river, in the Territory of Michigan.

She was married to Keesh-ke-mun (Sharpened Stone) Chippewa Chief about 1760 in Lac de Flambeau, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). Children were: Mons-o-bo-douh, Waub-ish-gaug-aug-e (White Raven) Chippewa Chief.

From http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7249602/person/6173208595/storyx/1?pg=32817&pgpl=pid  
KINIKINOKWE Oklunzhewug (1745) (I862)
 
176 Okunzhewug died in 1827 in Clover Portage, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). She was born in Indian lands, Michigan Territory. !Source #1: Schoolcraft\'s Expedition to Lake Itasca: The Discovery of the source of the Mississippi. Michigan State University Press, 1958. Pg 121, 122.

In the summer of 1827, Okunzhewug, an old woman, the wife of Kishkemun, the principal chief of Torch Lake (Lac du Flambeau), a man superannuated and blind, attended the treaty of Butte des Morts, bearing her husband\'s medal. She was treated with the respect due to the character she represented, and ample presents were direected to be given to her; among other things a handsome hat.
The latter article had been requested of her by a young Menomonie, and refused.
It is thought a general feeling of jealousy was excited by her good reception. A number of the Menomonies went on her return route as far as the Clover Portage, where she was last seen. Having never returned to her village, the
Chippewas attributed her death to the Menomonies. Her husband died soon after; but she had numerous and influential relatives to avenge her real of supposed murder. This is the account delivered by the Chippewas, and it is corroborated by reports from the traders of that section of the country.
Her singular disappearance and secret death at the Clover Portage, is undisputed; and whether caused or not by any agency of the Menomonies, the belief of such agency, and that of the most direct kind, is fixed in the minds of the
Chippewas, and has furnished the basis of their subsequent acts in relation to the Menominie hunting-parties who have visited the lower part of Chippewa River. Two women belonging to one of these parties were killed be a Chippewa
war-party traversing that part of the country the ensuing year.
The act was disclaimed by them as not being intentional, and it was declared they supposed the women to be Sioux. On a close inquiry, however, I found the persons who committed this act were relatives of Okunzewug, which renders it probable that the murder was intentionally perpetrated...\"
!Source #2: (for location) Treaty with the Chippewa, etc., 1827. ...Concluded at the Butte des Morts, on Fox river, in the Territory of Michigan.

She was married to Keesh-ke-mun (Sharpened Stone) Chippewa Chief about 1760 in Lac de Flambeau, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). Children were: Mons-o-bo-douh, Waub-ish-gaug-aug-e (White Raven) Chippewa Chief.

From http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7249602/person/6173208595/storyx/1?pg=32817&pgpl=pid  
KINIKINOKWE Oklunzhewug (1745) (I862)
 
177 Okunzhewug died in 1827 in Clover Portage, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). She was born in Indian lands, Michigan Territory. !Source #1: Schoolcraft\'s Expedition to Lake Itasca: The Discovery of the source of the Mississippi. Michigan State University Press, 1958. Pg 121, 122.

In the summer of 1827, Okunzhewug, an old woman, the wife of Kishkemun, the principal chief of Torch Lake (Lac du Flambeau), a man superannuated and blind, attended the treaty of Butte des Morts, bearing her husband\'s medal. She was treated with the respect due to the character she represented, and ample presents were direected to be given to her; among other things a handsome hat.
The latter article had been requested of her by a young Menomonie, and refused.It is thought a general feeling of jealousy was excited by her good reception. A number of the Menomonies went on her return route as far as the Clover Portage, where she was last seen. Having never returned to her village, the Chippewas attributed her death to the Menomonies.

Her husband died soon after; but she had numerous and influential relatives to avenge her real of supposed murder. This is the account delivered by the Chippewas, and it is corroborated by reports from the traders of that section of the country.

Her singular disappearance and secret death at the Clover Portage, is undisputed; and whether caused or not by any agency of the Menomonies, the belief of such agency, and that of the most direct kind, is fixed in the minds of the
Chippewas, and has furnished the basis of their subsequent acts in relation to the Menominie hunting-parties who have visited the lower part of Chippewa River. Two women belonging to one of these parties were killed be a Chippewa
war-party traversing that part of the country the ensuing year.

The act was disclaimed by them as not being intentional, and it was declared they supposed the women to be Sioux. On a close inquiry, however, I found the persons who committed this act were relatives of Okunzewug, which renders it probable that the murder was intentionally perpetrated...\"
!Source #2: (for location) Treaty with the Chippewa, etc., 1827. ...Concluded at the Butte des Morts, on Fox river, in the Territory of Michigan.

She was married to Keesh-ke-mun (Sharpened Stone) Chippewa Chief about 1760 in Lac de Flambeau, Michigan Territory, (Wisconsin). Children were: Mons-o-bo-douh, Waub-ish-gaug-aug-e (White Raven) Chippewa Chief.

From http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/7249602/person/6173208595/storyx/1?pg=32817&pgpl=pid  
KINIKINOKWE Oklunzhewug (1745) (I862)
 
178 Orders of Parliament During the War of the Roses...........1. 12 June 1468, " Grant John Swancote of Bristol of half of the Manor of Belton. Formerly belonging to James le Botiller (Butler), Earl of Wiltshire, and in the Kings hand by his forfeiture." Patent Rolls {g} 1466-77 page 126..............2. 12 February 1481, " Commission to John Audely of Audely,Knight, Thomas Seyntleger, Knight, William Huddlesfeld. Issue of Warrant..... Morgan Kedwelly, John Swancote, and John Hayes of Axholme, to enquire what lands James le Botiller, late of Wiltshire,Attained by reason of high treason.By authority of Parliament at Westminster, 1 Edward IV, held in the county of Dorset on 4 March, 1 Edward IV." Patent Rolls {g} 1476-85 page 245

 
DE LA HAYE John (1445) (I8575)
 
179 Other records show the birthday for Susanna Frey to be 27 November 1653. If this is correct, that would mean that she was 8 years older than her husband, Hans SCHWEINGRUBER. While this is certainly possible, it is uncommon. I have shown the abt 1661 birth date because that is the date used and recorded on the Family Ordinance Record from the FHL record of the LDS Ordinances. FREY Susanna (1653) (I12046)
 
180 Patti Hays died on 16 Dec 2012 in the fire that destroyed her house in Cherokee, Alabama HAYS Patti Lynn (1959) (I4521)
 
181 Penelope Wray Martin was born on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 at 12:22 AM in the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center at Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, United States. Penelope weighed 5 lbs 4 oz. and was 18" long at birth. Penelope was a twin and was born first. MARTIN Penelope Wray (Twin) (2018) (I514)
 
182 Public records show that Archibald Grady lived in Limestone County Alabama.
1. Limestone County Wills Volume 3, pages 327-329 lists Archibald Grady on a note due to John Elliott 28 April 1829. FHL US/Can 976.199 d2t, page 38.
2. Limestone County wills Volume 4, pages 48-49 lists acounts due for 1831 to Peter Dunlap, names listed included: Archibald Grady Chapel Grady, Russell Grady. FHL US/Can 976.199 h25 l, page 165.
3. Limestone County Wills Volume 4, pages 55-57 sale of estate of John Fletcher. Shows note from Archibald Grady to John Fletcher. FHL US/Can 976.199 h25l, page 167.

 
GRADY Archibald (1777) (I243)
 
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4529)
 
184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4371)
 
185 Records show that Reinier Janssen was married to Anna Catherina Schmeltzer after his brother Wynandus Johannes Janssen (who was the first husband of Anna Catharina Schmeltzer) died. It also shows that Reinier married Ennecken Daemen after Anna Catharina Schmeltzer died. What is not known is who the mother of Arnoldus ( born 06 february 1748)was. Records also show that Anna Catharina Scheltzer bore a son named Arnoldus Janssen. JANSSEN Reinier (1726) (line goes to St. Arnold Janssen), LCVS-5XZ (I15124)
 
186 Richard (Hayes) and his wife Christina, Versus John Mone.
1500 Birmingham England Court of Chancery. Item reference C/4/2/146 
Family F7010913
 
187 Richard Burt SHIPP was baptized by Clyde Williams. SHIPP Richard Burt (1905) (I5743)
 
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5758)
 
189 Richard of Saint Saveur in la Hay du Puits, Normande, France married Emma/Anna, granddaughter to Hrollo Richard Turstain Haldup and was called "Turstan Haldup". Richard and Emma had a son Ralph. Richard also being know as Richard of Hay du Puits, the name becoming Richard de la Haye. Thus the beginning of the de la Haye line. SAINT-SAUVEUR Richard de la Haye (1010) "called Thurstan Haldup" (I15455)
 
190 Robert and Alexander Bell are listed buyers in the deed dated 4 Jan 1775.

26-(42) JEPHTA ATHERTON of Northampton Co. to ALEXANDER BELL & ROBERT BELL of same (late of Ireland). 4 Jan 1775. 200 pound proclamation. 150 acres which was part of a 500 acres patent to RICHARD PACE, on north side of Moratik (Roanoke) River, joining JOHN GREEN. Wit: JOAL AVERY, JESSE WINBORNE, mar Ct. 1775. Willie Jones CC 
BELL Robert (1700) (I15817)
 
191 Robert Howse was a cloth worker, he was sworn in as Sheriff of London on 10 August 1587. HOWSE Robert ( ) (I15452)
 
192 Ronin Michael Martin was born on Tuesday, 20 November 2018 at 12:23 AM in the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center at Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, United States. Michael Ronin weighed 6 lbs 4 oz. and was 20" long at birth. Michael Ronin was a twin and was born last. MARTIN Ronin Michael (Twin) (2018) (I515)
 
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4530)
 
194 Sarah Ann Bryan Bradley died at the home of her daugter, Zerelda Rebecca Gibson Kilpatrick in Ferris, Ellis, Texas on 13 Sep 1894. BRADLEY Sarah Ann Bryan (1808) (I11200)
 
195 Second born son did not receive the Title and Nighthood. The de Ros family gained the Title and lands, and the Nighthood. BOHUN John (>1432), III (I8112)
 
196 See also PID:LZ8S-LXP for additional information. MASTERSON William Edward (1728), LZ8S-LXP (I15975)
 
197 See below: Deed dated 11 Sept 1786.

Deed book 8 ?-(400) WILLIAM, JOSEPH, and LEWIS SUMMERSETT of Northampton Co. to SAMUEL BELL of Hertford Co. 11 Sept 1786. 200 pounds current money of Virginia. 200 acres more or less on north east side of Urahah Swamp. Joining the road, REAVE, SOLOMON PACE, WILLIAM HOWELL, THOMAS TURNER. Wit: ALEXANDER BELL, WILLIAM BELL. Dec Ct. 1786. Ea Haynes DCCt. Deed was Registered 10 July 1787. Source. FHL Film 0019423 
BELL Samuel (1747), LC57-FWK (I4577)
 
198 See note about her son, John Vincent Thomas under her husband's record. Her husband's name was Charles A. Thomas HART Esther (abt 1857), KLJT-YH1 (I50)
 
199 Sir Edward Morgan had a first wife named Mary Englefield. There have never been any children found from this marriage. It has however been proven that Frances Morgan was the mother of Sir James Morgan. Family F7007079
 
200 Sir James Morgan was the Fourth Baronet of Glouchester. Sir MORGAN Sir James (I4660)
 

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