Kane County, Illinois Marriages YELDHAM, WH, LEONARD, ELIZABETH H. 01/02/1868. YELTZ, ERNST, SCHUNKE,BERTHA, 06/10/1872. Young, DANIEL, MATTERSON, Martha G, 09/12/1850. http://www.iltrails.org/kane/marry.html
Extractions: Refer to the Illinois Marriage Index website for complete information on these marriages. GROOM BRIDE DATE OF MARRIAGE YAGER, GEORGE L KNOX, MURIEL YAGER, M.D. BURKHARDT, MAGGIE YAGER, MARK H. BLAKESLY, ALICE YAGER, PETER GARVEY, MARY ANN YAGLE, GEORGE W. HELDT, DORA YAGLE, HENRY L NEIDER, AUGUSTA YAGLE, HENRY L. WOLCOTT, SOPHIA (ROTH) YAGLE, HENRY S. SHURING, REACKEY YAHUKE, FRED W. FELGNER, IDA F. YAKES, WILLIAM KREASEN, MATILDA YARNALL, THOMAS JOHN JOHNSON, ANNA YARWOOD, CHARLES W. DALBY, KATHLEEN F. YARWOOD, GEORGE R STEWART, HARRIET H YARWOOD, JAMES R WALTERS, SARAH JANE YARWOOD, LEWIS H DRUMMOND, C J YARWOOD, MARCUS L ANDREWS, ANNA YARWOOD, WILLIAM H HUNTER, MARY F YAS, WILLIAM FISHER, RACHAEL YATES, ALMIRON C ALLEN, LYDIA YATES, ALPHONZO PHILIPS, PHOEBE ANN (MRS) YATES, ALPHONZO B HALL, MARY YATES, BERT Q. NEEL, ANNA MAY YATES, GEORGE C BREESE, CANDACE YATES, THOMAS KIRWAN, MARY JANE YATES, WALTER A. REEVES, MABEL VIOLET YAW, WILLIAM H PELTON, ROSANNA YELDHAM, CHARLES H. CLARK, SARAH A. YELDHAM, GEORGE H FOSTER, FLORA YELDHAM, W.H. LEONARD, ELIZABETH H.
Her Story I was captured by the Crees and forced into slavery as a Young woman Black, Martha Louise EMILYFERGUSON MURPHY (1868 1933) Emily first became famous as a writer http://www.niagara.com/~merrwill/herstoryI.html
Extractions: WOMEN FROM CANADA'S PAST All the following women are featured in Her Story: Women from Canada's Past. MARIE JACQUELIN DE LA TOUR (1602 - 1645) When Marie married Charles La Tour in 1640, she was swept up into a French civil war over the control of Acadia in the New World. She returned to France to plead her husband's case in court, then defied the King of France and rejoined her husband in Acadia with ships she obtained in Boston. In 1645, Marie valiantly but unsuccessfully defended Fort La Tour from enemy attack. She mysteriously died in enemy hands three weeks later. Suggested reading: THANADELTHUR (1697 - 1717) A member of the Chipewyan First Nation, Thanadelthur was captured by the Crees and forced into slavery as a young woman. She escaped from the Crees and made her way to York Factory, a Hudson's Bay trading post. On behalf of the Hudson's Bay Company she made a long and dangerous journey through the "Barren Lands" and negotiated a peace treaty between the Chipewyans and the Cree. After the sudden death of this courageous and intelligent woman, the Hudson's Bay post governor wrote "I am almost ready to break my heart." Suggested reading: Merritt, Susan E. Her Story : Women from Canada's Past, Vanwell Publishing, 1993.
WebGED: Denton/Ramsey Family Data Page 1868 1899) - female b. 19 DEC 1868 in Posey Co b. 29 MAR 1838 d. in Young fatherRamsey Ramsey, John M. (~1836 - ) -child Ramsey, Martha A. (~1840 http://caramsey.home.texas.net/CAR.wbg/wga28.html
The Family Of sister, Adline Ray Olds family, his sister Martha Jane, and He had one brother,Jasper, who died Young. (1) John Lewellyn Born April 30, 1868 Nacogdoches Co http://home.inu.net/sadie/reubenray.htm
Elliott Cut-Off, WEGNER-YOUNG William Johnston b. 8 Feb. 1841, Clinton Co., Ind.; m. Mary Frances Taylor,8 July 1868; d. 27 July 1885 or 17 Nov. Young, Martha A. - b. abt. http://linnhistory.peak.org/1853/1853pg17.html
Extractions: Roster, Lost Wagon Train, 1853 Asterisk marks those who probably were in this party. Children listed are only those brought to Oregon. WEGNER, Esther - b. 22 Aug. 1842; m. John W. Johnson (see roster), 25 Aug. 1858, Lane Co., Ore.; stepdau. of Thomas Williams (see roster); d. 1918, Lane,Co., Ore. WEGNER, Philip Augustus - b. 16 Jan. 1844, Ohio; m. Jessie May Miner, 21 Oct. 1875, Lane Co., Ore.; farmer; step-son of Thomas Williams (see roster); d. 27 May 1927, Lane Co., Ore. *WELLS, John - b. 18 June 1834, Ohio; DLC No. 2108, Lane Co., Ore.; arr. Ore. 18 Oct. 1853; m. Martha Ann Bagley (see roster), 12 Oct. 1854, Lane Co., Ore. WHITE, Daniel B. - b. 10/11 Feb. 1814/1815, Warren Co., Ohio; DLC No. 806, Lane Co., Ore.; brother of Mary White Preston (see roster); d. 17 June 1891, near Cottage Grove, Ore. WHITE, Mary J. (Stoms) - b. 9 April 1822, N.J.; m. Daniel, 11 Dec. 1838, Dearborn Co., Ind. (Bible); d. 6 Sept. 1905, Lane Co., Ore. Children: (from family Bible and cemetery) Mary Ann - b. 29 Oct. 1839, Ind.; m. Elkanah Whitney, 8 Jan. 1861 (He d. 31 Oct. 1898); d. 3 April 1896, Merrill, Klamath Co., Ore. William Johnston - b. 8 Feb. 1841, Clinton Co., Ind.; m. Mary Frances Taylor, 8 July 1868; d. 27 July 1885 or 17 Nov. 1892, Lane Co., Ore.
Fairview Church - Randolph Co., Mo. 24, 1868 Thomas Buckler, Fanny Embree Mar. Sarah A. Lewis, Calib Haggard, John W.Smith, Laura King Jan 28, 1871 Sarah Nagle, Nancy J. Young, Martha E. Young http://gesswhoto.com/olden-daze/index23.html
Extractions: Randolph County, Missouri ~ May 1941, Fannie L. Cave Situated 12 miles South of Moberly on the Moberly Harrisburg Road. Information: From old minute book in the possession or Kelley McCuen, also some information from Arthur Bradley, whose parents were among the early members, and from Mrs. C. L. Willis of Moberly, Mo., who is a member of the present day church. The first "Church of Christ" was organized in 1859, by Elder John McCuen and Elder White. The first church building was built on the north side of the cross road. The new church, built in 1905, was on the South side or the same cross road. This same church was burned and totally destroyed Feb. 22, 1941. The first church organization grew and harmony, for the most part prevailed until in the early days or 1900. Some of the older members believed that as everything had progressed, the church should change its name to "Progressive Church of Christ". This was not to be thought of by the original members, who said the name was taken from the Bible, and they believed there was only one "Church of Christ". The Progressives wanted to have instrumental music in the church and this was not to be considered by those or the early church.
Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, Bernalillo Co., NM 3 NortA YEAROUT Robert M. 1915 Dec 13 1995 May 11 13 54 YEAROUT Ruth Belle 1868 19359 9 10 24 Young Mable S. 1911 Oct 1 1991 Oct 2 19 11 Young Martha M. (Hare http://www.obitcentral.com/sunset/nm-sunsetmem26.htm
County Down Adair Extract From Rootsweb Millar; father of William John b. 8 Sep 1868, CR. . husband of Margaret Little; fatherof Martha b. 17 Holywood, Ballycloughan; sister of the Young man who was http://www.adair.ca/Adair/DownAdair.html
Extractions: Capt. ADAIR Bright a sea captain out of Killough c. 1900 KCL p 25 ADAIR family Donaghadee HN Mr. ADAIR Greyabbey wealthy land owner who deid in Rebellion 1798 BGHD p 126 Mr. ADAIR Holywood of Ballycloghan; a young man who died during a wedding party, near Saintfield 13 Jun 1835 NH Mrs. ADAIR Newtownards presentation at Regent Street Presbyterian church 20 Oct 1894 NC Adam ADAIR Greyabbey husband of Jane Young; father of Sarah b. 1 Oct 1869 CR Miss Agnes ADAIR Knockbreda CR Alexander ADAIR Greyabbey CR Alexander ADAIR Kilkeel of Ballykeel; will dated 1782 IIW V4 p 163 Alexander ADAIR Kilkeel employed by William Rogers 1813-1821 returns FR Alexander ADAIR Kilkeel CR Miss Ann ADAIR Down 1788-1837; wife of Aynsworth Pilson MID p 44 Miss Anne ADAIR Holywood wife of Thomas Stephens; mother of George b. 1868 CR Miss Ann ADAIR Knockbreda b. 1889 in Belfast; linen weaver; Presbyterian; a boarder with Mra Fleming at 11 Finmore St, Belfast in 1911 1911 census Benjamin ADARE Moira husband of Sarah McCleary; father of Robert b. 28 Apr 1869
Descendants Of Robert Y. Kinsey 25 ii. Emma T. Thomas was born 1868. + 26 iii. 8. Martha Jane Jane 2Kinsey (Robert Young 1 ) was born in Randolph Co, IN Apr 1852. http://members.core.com/~sharprm/genpage/kinseyry.htm
Extractions: First Generation Robert Young Kinsey , son of David Kinsey and Elizabeth Vinson , was born in Botetourt Co, VA 13 Mar 1810. His father apparently named him after his stepfather, Robert Young. Robert died 11 Jul 1892 in Greensfork Twp, Randolph, In, at 82 years of age. He died of dropsy at the age of 82. His death certificate lists date of death as July 10, 1892 which conflicts with his obituary and headstone. (Death Certificate #00286, Randolph county, IN Department of Health, dated 10 July 1892 at Greensfork Twp. "Age 82 yrs; Male; White; Widowed; primary cause of death - Cardiac Dropsy; David Kinsey - Father.") His body was interred Jul 1892 in Lynn, Randolph Co, IN, Mt. Gilead. He married Hannah Jane Harris in Preble Co, OH, 04 Apr 1839. Hannah was born in Camden, Preble Co, OH 1 Jun 1820. Hannah died 15 Sep 1876 in Lynn, Randolph Co, IN, at 56 years of age. Her body was interred Sep 1876 in Lynn, Randolph Co, IN, Mt. Gilead. BURIED - MT. GILEAD CEM. He bought property in Randolph Co, IN, 07 Dec 1846. The first entry of this property of 76.54 acres was from the US to John Reynolds. Edward Horner deeded the property to Robert Kinsey Dec 7, 1846 for $500. The farm was in the Kinsey family until May 31, 1930. Omar Manning bought the property from Chloa Stevenson and Cloe Bunch, daughters of William Kinsey and granddaughter of Robert Kinsey. Richard Manning, son of Omar, still lives on the farm.
Extractions: Colonial Secretary Index, 1788-1825 1819 Mar 2 Request to for Births, Deaths and Marriages Returns (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.3) 1819 Apr 30 On return of persons indebted to Government for cattle issued from the Government Herds, to be paid for in kind (Reel 6048; 4/1742 p.261) 1819 Jun 10 Bill drawn on H.M. Treasury in favour of (Reel 6049; 4/1745 pp.79, 374) 1819 Aug 24 Signed petition for public meeting to discuss extension of work on behalf of the Aborigines (Reel 6048; 4/1743 pp.166-8) 1819 Oct 21 On list of persons who have obtained passage to Van Diemen's Land per "Prince Leopold" on account of Government; with his wife and family (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.311) 1819 Oct 22 Re his proceeding to Port Dalrymple with family per "Prince Leopold" (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.315) 1819 Dec 18 Appointment of Revd R Cartwright to chaplaincy at Liverpool following Youl's departure (Reel 6038; SZ1044 p.123) 1820 Aug 15 Re alterations to the church service in consequence of the death of King George III (Reel 6007; 4/3502 pp.199-201) 1820 Sep 25 Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy (Fiche 3304; 4/1712A pp.22-5)
The Young At Heart Thomas Young was born in 1868. He died in 1934. William Edwin Young Parents JamesHume Young and Mary Ann Gould. He was married to Martha Young Unknown. http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/chambb/Young/Tree/d20.htm
Extractions: Stephanie Patricia Young was born on 17 Mar 1948. Parents: Robert Paterson Young and Merle Hamilton Smith She was married to Nathanael Clarke Wallace on 24 May 1975. She was divorced from Nathanael Clarke Wallace in 1987. She was married to Robin Anthony Fillingham on 24 Jun 1989. Stewart Young Parents: James Wilkins Young and Rachael Stewert He was married to Violet McConigal Unknown. Children were: Ardel Young Harold Young Everett Young Raymond Young ... Mary Young Stewart Young was born in Ontario. Parents: James Gould Young and Anna Carrigan Stewert Young was born in 1909. He died in 1977. Parents: Heney Young and Mary Ann Searle He was married to Hellen Hozak . Children were: Patricia Young He was married to Elaine Fraser Stewert Young was born in 1950. Parents: Henry Young and Edna Mould Susan Margaret Young was born in 1958. Parents: Gordon Young and Mabel Snart She was married to Gilbert Philippe Delmorme in 1979. Children were: Jeffrey Lee Delmorme Jennifer Gail Delmorme Thomas Young was born on 9 Feb 1821 in Stirling Scottland.
Extractions: Selected Families and Individuals George Samuel Cummins was born 1846 in Barren Co, Ky. He married Martha Jane Barton on 21 Apr 1868 in Metcalfe Co, Ky. [Notes] Martha Jane Barton [ Parents was born 21 Feb 1846 in Barren Co, Ky. She died 22 Jun 1928 and was buried in Barton Cemetery, Metcalfe Co, Ky. Martha married George Samuel Cummins on 21 Apr 1868 in Metcalfe Co, Ky. [Notes] They had the following children: M i Thomas B. Cummins was born 1869 in Metcalfe Co, Ky. [Notes] John Tate Chamberlain [ Parents was born 26 May 1845 in Johnson Co, Mo. He died 25 Jan 1919 in Burnet, Tx and was buried in Mt. Zion Cem, Burnet, Tx. John married Martha Jane Kincheloe on 24 Feb 1870 in Burnet Co, Tx. [Notes] Martha Jane Kincheloe was born 20 Jan 1853 in Bexar Co, Tx. She died 24 Nov 1933 and was buried in Mt. Zion Cem, Burnet Co, Tx. Martha married John Tate Chamberlain on 24 Feb 1870 in Burnet Co, Tx. [Notes] They had the following children: F i Margaret Louisa Chamberlain was born 24 Dec 1870 in Burnet Co, Tx. She died 16 Dec 1963 in Burnet, Tx and was buried in Odd Fellows Cem. [Notes] M ii Louis Coleman Chamberlain was born 15 Dec 1872 in Burnet Co, Tx. He died 29 Jul 1948 in Burnet, Tx and was buried in Burnet Cem, Burnet Co, Tx.
In Search Of Mrs. Martha Robertson Arnold In 1836 he married Martha Eliza Googloe Arnold in Nashville His wife died in 1868,and Dr. Taylor established a home in Monticello for his Young children. http://www.tngenweb.org/madison/families/arnold3.htm
Extractions: Goodloe emancipated his "woman of color, Rachel", but distributed his other slaves. His property (land, household, and slaves) was divided approximately equally between his wife, Mary Hunt Goodloe, and his daughter, Martha Eliza Goodloe. Martha (unnamed) is also present in the 1830 Census for Madison County, Tennessee (p. 84):
WebGED: Family Tree I said to Mrs. Jones Who is that Young man with the pretty brown eyes? She toldme that is Mrs. Hodgson s Hyatt, Martha Elizabeth (1868 ) b. 28 http://www.knowitnow.com/genealogy/names/main30.html
Fannin County, Texas Marriages B Bone, Young E. Rosel, Sarah, 76-1858. Bone, Wm. Bookerson, Fredrick, Johnson,Sarah Martha, 9-23-1852. Boteman, John, Hall, Julia J. 11-8-1868. http://www.censusdiggins.com/fanninmgsb.html
Extractions: CensusDiggins.com Fannin County, Texas marriage records database. Records are indexed by groom. Fannin County, TX Marriages B Search the entire site! Search all databases! Enter words or names. Click Help for search tips. Help Find ANY word Find ALL words Find EXACT phrase Freebies For Genealogists Genealogy Search Engines! Texas Genealogy Resources Search Public Records The Genealogy Register RootsWeb SSDI RootsWeb Message Board Texas Census on CD ROM Marriage Records on CD Rom ... Fannin Co, TX GenWeb A B C Co ... Y GROOM BRIDE DATE Baber, E. C. Lyday, A. E. Bagby, Wm. M. James, A. J. Bagley, S. J. Davis, Sarah F. Bailey, C. M. Gray, E. M. Bailey, James A. Massagee, Sarah C. Bailey, John H. Waldrum, Martha M. Bailey, Samuel H. Stuart, Nancy C. Bain, John A. Hicks, Anna M. Bain, Kenneth Brawley, Mary Ann Baird, David Hart, Susan A. Baker, Amos Black, Amanda Baker, J. H. Baker, Virginia C. Baker, James Pierce, Rebecca Baker, James M. Robinson, Matilda E. Baker, Thomas Crutcher Pierson, Martha Ann Baker, Wm. R.
Find A Grave 11, 1968, Turtletown Baptist Church Cemetery Turtletown Tennessee, USA. Young,Martha Womble b. Aug. 15, 1868 d. unknown, Brock Cemetery Farner Tennessee, USA. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSsr=41&GSmpid=46485823&
Flynt Family Sarah Elizabeth Rierson (1859?) Mary Flynt (1855-?) m. John Young John Flynt of RichardS. Flynt and Malinda Walker Martha A. Flynt 1868-?) Minnie V. Flynt (ca http://www.fmoran.com/flynt.html
Extractions: The Flynt family of Stokes and Forsyth Counties traces its ancestry to the 16th century in Ayton , Berwickshire, Scotland. The immigrant ancestor was probably a Richard Flynt, who was in Lancaster Co. VA by about 1640. We have found discrepancies and inconsistencies in the accounts of the Virginia family, no doubt at least partly attributable to the repeated use of Richard and John as given names, with some resulting confusions. Can anyone provide us with a definitive, well-documented history? We begin our account with the Richard Flynt who came to Surry/Stokes Co. NC about 1786, and died about 1792. His birthdate is sometimes given as 1720, sometimes as 1733; the latter date would preclude his being the father of the oldest of his presumptive children. Richard's wife's name was Ann, but was she Ann Perry, daughter of John Perry and Susanna Stanford of Westmoreland Co. VA? Or Ann Fountain? Or both? If Richard is really the father of children whose birthdates range from 1748 to 1780, as reported in some histories, then there were probably two wives, as this child-bearing span is very long for one woman. We are listing the possible children here with two mothers, but we would like confirmation or correction of this assumption. Children of Richard Flynt and Ann Perry (?)
Werner Family Maria Werner (18221868) m. Isaac Shore (1820-1864) Jacob Friedrich Werner (c1824-?),probably died Young Leanna Elvira 1859-?) Martha V. Warner (ca. 1868-?). http://www.fmoran.com/werner.html
Extractions: Johann Adam Werner was born before 1707 in Germany. He married Maria Catharina Sigler in Germany, and their older children's births are recorded in the Evangelische Kirchbuch of Massenbach, Schwaigern, Wuerttemburg, Germany. They immigrated in September, 1732, on the Johnson of London. Children of Johann Adam and Catharina Werner Note: some of their descendants adopted the spelling VARNER, others remained WERNER or WARNER. In the third and subsequent generations we have used what appears to be the prevalent spelling for each family. Maria Elisabeta Werner (b. 1726, died young)
Lasker Born 24 Dec 1868 in Berlinchen, Prussia (now Barlinek for such a match and Marshall,Young and comparatively Lasker married Martha Cohn, the daughter of Emil http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Lasker.html
Extractions: Emanuel Lasker In fact Emanuel's parents were so worried that he was devoting too much time to chess and not enough to his school work that they told Berthold to find another school for Emanuel. However, the head of this new school was president of the local chess club and the mathematics master was the local chess champion, so in his new secondary school Emanuel continued to show remarkable talents at both mathematics and at chess. In 1888 he obtained his arbitur in Landsberg an der Warthe, now a Polish town named Gorzow Wielkopolski. The young master will be a formidable opponent in future contests. Although he failed to win the tournament at Amsterdam shortly afterwards, Hoffer reinforced his opinion:- Young Lasker only confirmed the opinion we expressed about him when we watched him in Breslau. He is only years of age, but possesses already the qualities of a first-class master - erudition, judgement of position, quickness of conception, imagination, great enthusiasm for the game, and above all, he is a man of culture and more than average intelligence.
Genealogy Data 1868 1869 Monroe Co., Ohio Gender Male Hogue, Urilla F. Birth BET. Father Sterrett,John Mother Work, Martha. Young, William Gender Male Family Spouse http://www.crwws.com/Genealogy/dat21.html