Benzie Births WILSON, David, 14 Apr 1868, s/o Wm WILSON of Sweden and Martha AdeliaKIRKLAND of Canada. Young, , 27 Nov 1868, s/o Watson? http://members.aol.com/VWilson577/benzie-births.html
WebGED: BlythsandBeyond Data Page 1890 ) -child Young, Anna (1893 - ) -child Young, Joseph Allan(1895 Utting, Caroline Martha (1868 - ) - female b. 1868 in Kegworth father http://members.iinet.net.au/~rteirney/wga13.html
Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery 19, 1795 Aug. 30, 1868 *Young, Jane Elliott, daughter of W. E. YoungDec. 30, 1906 *COPELAND, Martha T., his wife May 20, 1842 - Dec. http://members.tripod.com/~barthlynnmccoy/duncancreekpresbyterianchurchcemeteryi
Genealogy Data Young, ROBERT Birth 23 JAN 1879 Norfolk. Father QUINTAL, ARTHUR Mother QUINTAL,Martha. RUTH Birth 30 MAR 1848 Pitcairn Death 26 NOV 1868 Norfolk Parents http://www.ourbounty.com/bounty/genealogy/dat3.html
Genealogy Data Young, GEORGE MARTIN FREDERICK Young, SIMON Young, DINAH Young, ELIZABETH Young,JEMIMA Birth 31 OCT 1828 Pitcairn Death 05 MAY 1868 Norfolk Young, Martha. http://www.ourbounty.com/bounty/genealogy/dat61.html
1868 would be very limited, on February 18, 1868 a story The body of a Young woman wouldbe found in Cadboro Identified as 18 years old, Martha Ann Booth, who had http://web.uvic.ca/vv/student/race_class_murder/1868.html
Extractions: Death in the British colony of Victoria was an common occurrence, the newspapers are full of reports of colonist dying of varies illness or from accidents. However, in the early months of 1868, the small yet expanding colony experienced a rash of mysterious deaths, that had many Victorians concerned and baffled. During this period Victoria was a fast growing cities, with a ever changing population, as miners and entrepreneurs traveled to the colony to cash in on the gold mines of Vancouver Island. In the span of a little over two months five dead bodies would surface, that had polices and citizens scratching their heads. The mystery begins, in February of 1868, on the fifth. When William Black, a Belfast native was jailed for his own safe keeping. the authorities thought it best to hold Black until a medical person certified Black as sane. In the newspapers reports from that time there was no mention of why they thought Black was insane. His friends would later state that Black was clearly insane, but police would release Black after only a few days of confinement, when Black would vanish. Black would be very much missed by his friends, who feared for his life after hearing reports that Black was last seen on the James Bay Bridge, and that voices of a drunken man was heard, "A man's voice was heard distinctly twice imploring some other person not to throw him over the bridge." Worried, Black's friends had dragged the Inner Harbor with grappling irons. After days of searching the harbor, Black's friends expanded the search to include the various forest in Sannich, but to no result.
Genealogy Data Buchanan, Martha Florence Birth 18 JUN 1870 Jackson Co Cabe, Susan Elimina Birth 1868 Jackson Co., NC Clayton, James Wiley Mother Young, Mary Sophronia. http://www.shahall.com/dat77.html
Genealogy Data Elliot, Martha A. Death BEF 1910 Gender Female Family Female Hall, Alma Birth AFT 1868 Gender Female Hall, William Young Birth 11 JAN 1834 Tennessee http://www.wintektx.com/freeman/tree/dat39.htm
South Fredericksburgh Cemeteries Young, Hattie M. (nee Davis), 1868 1936, wife of John A. Young, Sillsville. Young,Martha (nee Murphy), d. May 30 1858 @ 38y, wife of Robert Young, McDowall http://www.sfredheritage.on.ca/cemetY.html
Extractions: Name Dates Relatives Cemetery Young, A. Percival husband of Susie (Claringbold) Young St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, Bertha d. 1878 St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, Canniff C. McDowall Memorial Young, Carlton A. Sillsville Young, Charity d. Dec 26 1878 (?) St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, David husband of Louisa Hough Sillsville Young, David Wesley husband of Ida May Johnston Sillsville Young, Dorothy May wife of James McHarg McDowall Memorial Young, Eleanor V. wife of John S. Young Sillsville Young, Elijah Jun 11 1878 - St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, Elizabeth A. Sillsville Young, Ernest F.P. husband of Maud A. (Bonnie) Lewis St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, Esther (nee Forester) wife of Philip Young St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, Ethel A. (nee Spearing) St. Paul's Anglican Church Young, Ethel M. (nee Hough) wife of R. Perry Young, mother of Robert Arnold Young Sillsville Young, Eva G. (nee Doyle) wife of Harry Gordon Young Sillsville Young, Fletcher C. husband of Nellie C. Phippen St. Paul's Anglican Church
Wilkie Collins's Background Although still living with Caroline Graves, in 1864 Collins began a relationshipwith another Young woman, Martha Rudd. By 1868 she had settled in London as http://www.qub.ac.uk/en/imperial/india/wilkie-background.htm
Extractions: This page last revised 7 November 2000 I am grateful to Paul Lewis for use of the image of Collins. William Wilkie Collins was born in London on January 8 1824, the son of the renowned painter William Collins (1788-1847). His father was a religious man, who was disappointed by his son's freethinking nature: Collins refused to conform to parental expectation, failing to make a career at the tea-merchants Antrobus and Co., to which he was apprenticed at the age of seventeen, and at the law, which he entered as a student in 1846. Collins was twenty-two when his father died, and was now determined to become a professional writer. His first book, published in November 1948, was Memoirs of the Life of William Collins, R.A. , but, as Julian Symons comments, "he settled after this act of piety to a life of which his father would strongly have disapproved" (8). In a writing career that lasted from 1843, when he published his first story in The Illuminated Magazine , until his death in 1889, Wilkie Collins wrote thirty-three books, and numerous plays and short stories. Although he was already an established writer with the publication of the memoir of his father and his first novel
Extractions: Wilcox County Homepage Black Families of Alabama's Black Belt B.J.'s Genealogy Website A ... W - X - Y Z Groom's Groom's Bride's Bride's Page Surname Name Surname Name Number Agee Frank Kimbrough Lucy Bryant Dallas Curtis Isabella note Buffet George McCushing Lucy Ann 149 Burford George Burford Manie* 136 Burford Henry Johnson Louisa 224 Burford Major Burford Elvirah 159 Burgess James Dick Emily 221 Burke Anderson Young Fanny 167 Burke Robt Parker Mariah 316 Burton William Mathews Sarah 5 Bythewood Armstead Hearns Eliza 247 Bythwood Nero Ashley Sarah 33 Edmund Dave Dear Kate 238 Ellis Tom Burke Julia 205 Ennis Ervin* Stephens Mariah 12 Ennis Stephen Jacobs Lucy 274 Ervin Chester Bain Hannah 22 Ervin Clark Smith Laura 210 Evans Andrew Lynch Mary 67 Evans Hal Young Nancy 307
Extractions: Wilcox County Homepage Black Families of Alabama's Black Belt B.J.'s Genealogy Website A ... P - Q - R S T U ... W - X - Y - Z Groom's Groom's Bride's Bride's Page Surname Name Surname Name Number Andrews Frank, Dr. Lawrence Lizzie A. 79 Adcock Jos. Hawkins M. 39 Atkinson Robt. C. Hicks A.C. 166 Anderson Thos. J. Bayley A.C. 170 Adams John Q. Pate Thomerson 171 Atkinson Jas. A. Mills M.A. 175 Auet J.W. Calley Mary E. 194 Aughtry J.A. Tomkins Martha E. 193 Abraham Willis Goode Esther 113 Cook Junius A. Threadgill Alice 3 Crowell F. Jones A.E. 44 Chandler John O. Jamison L.A. 54 Crosby James M. Davis Nancy 84 Cone J.M. Pharr C.E. 74 Chancy Irvin C. McRay Amanda 154 Cartwright John Williams Lizzie 28 Cunningham Enoch Y.
Young County Genealogy Queries They had WP (William Perry) Marshall in 1868 in Texas. Martha died and John marrieda lady with the last name of Sargent Other Young County Genealogy Resources. http://www.cousinconnect.com/p/a/102821/
Extractions: Current search: All locations United States Texas Young County ... Sort by Date BELL : JONES : LOCKRIDGE : PATRICK : WEST : John William LOCKRIDGE (cooper and lumberman) was b. 1 Mar 1857-8, in Dupont,Jefferson Co., IN; married twice. First, Mary PATRICK, about 1877, probably in Jefferson or Jackson Co., IN. Their chil ... Posted: 24-Feb-2004 View Full Details FARLEY : I am hunting information of James Monroe Farley Born: Nov 26, 1830 in Tennessee. Died: December 17, 1914 in Jean, Tx. Any help will be appreciated ... Posted: 14-Feb-2004 View Full Details MARSHALL : SARGENT : Looking for information on a John and Martha Marshall in Texas in 1868. They had W. P. (William Perry) Marshall in 1868 in Texas. Martha died and John married a lady with the last name of Sargent. ... Posted: 26-Jun-2003 View Full Details COOPER : DUROSSETT : HUFFMAN : My grandmother, Maybell Durossett,( Huffman), was born in Okla around 1902.Her father was Joe Durossett and mother was Georgia Cooper.There were sisters named Lena and Myrtle and brothers Johnny and B ... Posted: 30-Apr-2003 View Full Details GOODE : HICKS : LIVINGSTON : PRUITT : WILLIAMS : Looking for descendents of James Levin WILLIAMS and Talitha Agnes PRUITT WILLIAMS of Texas. also descendents of Caswell T. GOODE and Elizabeth LIVINGSTON GOODE of Bradley County Tenn. also, relatives ...
Genealogy Data Johnson, Lee Birth ABT. 1868 Gender Male Johnson, Martha Birth ABT. Back toMain Page. Young, Charles Paul Birth living Gender Male Family http://home.texoma.net/~phillipsben/dat66.html
Extractions: contributed by: Adrienne Thompson Marriage -Date- Male- Female Person Performing ceremony 19 Jun 1866 James A. McDonald Bashiba Spark Lewis Wimberly, J.P. 08 May 1866 James Rush Arminda Smith M. E. Vail, J.P. 25 May 1866 Robert M. Roberts Narcissa Montgomery Gustavus Legg, J.P. 04 April 1866 Abner Pennington Lucinda Gilmore William F. Winter, J.P. 02 May 1866 Noah Abbott Nancy J. Hager Daniel Andrews, J.P. 20 April 1866 T.W. Hamner Elizabeth Yerby B. H. William, J.P. 20 May 1866 W.R. Holliday Mary J. Johnson J. H. Jones, J.P. 12 April 1866 L. M. Dobbs Sarah C. Cooper H. G. Treadaway, J.P. 15 April 1866 M. O. Simpson S. J. Brazelton J. J. Watts, Minister 30 Nov 1866 Joseph W. Crawford Frances E, Loftis Jeptha Seay, J.P. 10 April 1866 John T. Brent W. A. Propst Wm. E. Cannon, Minister 15 April 1866 B. F. Bobo Elizabeth Yarbrough W. E. Mitchell, Minister 12 May 1866 John C. Nickols Martha Jane Roberts Gustavus Legg, J.P. 02 July 1866 John W. Langston Mary Ann Miller S. H. Hankins, J.P. 05 July 1866 Elisha Robertson Sarah Hall S. H. Hankins, J.P.
WebGED: Family Tree Data Page Schoonmaker, Martha Jane (1838 1924) - female b. 17 SEP Margaret (1868 - 1945) -female b. 1868 d. 1945 Simmons, John (*1840 - ) - male spouse Young, Mary H http://www.vanvlack.net/Marinus/wga12.html
Professor Martha Carlin's Home Page Martha Carlin Associate Professor University of WisconsinMilwaukee Book, ed. FrederickJ. Furnivall (1868), pp. advice on table manners for Young women (French http://www.uwm.edu/~carlin/
Pane-Joyce Genealogy 14 On 2 Mar 1673 Martha married Daniel Johnson, son of Richard Johnson (26 Aug1666) Alice Johnson, at Lynn, MA. Nathaniel (Twin, died Young) (1677 1868. http://babbage.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/rr02/rr02_054.html
Extractions: On 15 Jun 1699 Thomas Parker, husbandman of Reading with wife Deborah deeded to his son Jonathan Parker "for love and good will and in consideration of what he has done for me and what he is obliged to do for me and my now married wife, by and obligation bearing date with this deed" all his homestead and eleven acres of land plus five acres in Bare Meadow and six acres of upland in the second division, and two acres of pine swamp "at cousin Eaton's plaine." It was agreed that Jonathan woud not sell the land as long as his parents were living. Witnesses John Felch & Jospeh Burnap. (Middlesex Deeds 12:430.)
WebGED: Bissett Cook Family Data Page spouse Sumner, Jesse C. (1799 1868) - m. 1818 C. (1832 - 1911) childSumner, Martha Elizabeth (1833 Young, Alonzo Archibald (1826 - 1864) - male b http://www.barney.org/family/wga57.html
Young America Township Young America township, Carver county, Minnesota T115NR26W, section 34. SophiaKamps 25 December 1868 -10 December 1947. Martha A. Kroells 1894-1963. http://www.pressenter.com/~gregboe/young_america_township34.htm
Extractions: St. Paul's Evangelical Reformed Church, United Church of Christ Young America township, Carver county, Minnesota: T115N-R26W, section 34 I claim and reserve any and all rights to the works that I have compiled and created. These pages may be viewed much like a library book, but I do not approve of any type of reproduction in any format. Persons or organizations desiring to use the information contained within in my web pages MUST obtain my written consent. All information is for Non-Profit use only. This rural cemetery has regular care and is in good shape. The cemetery is located behind the church. In the "Compendium of History and Biography of Carver and Hennepin Counties, Minnesota"  edited by Maj. R.I. Holcombe and William H. Bingham, they wrote: 'The St. Paul's German Reformed Church organization, whose church building stands on the southeast quarter of section 34, was formed in 1868, ...' This cemetery was transcribed in 1990. Albert E. Bentz 1904-1983 Gertrude E. Bentz 1905-1982 Anna, wife of Gerhard Bergmann 4 June 1854 - 27 August 1909