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  1. Captains Of The Civil War: A Chronicle Of The Blue And The Gray
  2. All afloat; a chronicle of craft and waterways. by William Wood. by Wood. William Charles Henry. 1864-1947., 1914-01-01
  3. The winning of Canada a chronicle of Wolfe by William Wood. by Wood. William Charles Henry. 1864-1947., 1915-01-01
  4. The great fortress; a chronicle of Louisbourg. 1720-1760. by Wil by Wood. William Charles Henry. 1864-1947., 1915-01-01
  5. The father of British Canada; a chronicle of Carleton. by Willia by Wood. William Charles Henry. 1864-1947., 1916-01-01
  6. Captains of the civil war; a chronicle of the blue and the gray by Wood William Charles Henry 1864-1947, 1921-01-01
  7. Elizabethan sea-dogs; a chronicle of Drake and his companions. b by Wood. William Charles Henry. 1864-1947., 1920-01-01
  8. In the heart of old Canada by William Charles Henry, 1864-1947 Wood, 2009-10-26
  9. The fight for Canada. A naval and military sketch from the history of the great imperial war by William Charles Henry, 1864-1947 Wood, 2009-10-26

81. K DATA002
1884 SHAW Elizabeth b1833 WILSON Christopher Wood Richard Family Sydney Brian1947 HANCOCK William Sydney 1975 1970 KENNEDY Robert Charles 19021984
KIRKWOOD f@ca.on.ogs.simcoe_branch_library_collection #ped03-058.01
BURCH Elizabeth 1815-1893
DOWZER Mary 1842-1917
DRIFFILL Mary 1835-1906
DRIFFILL Thomas 1809-1891
FLOWER Elizabeth 1846-1930
FLOWER John 1854
FULTON Elizabeth 1855-1902
FULTON John 1807
GRAY Mary 1817-1861 HILL Jane 1812-1887 HOWLETT Frederick JEFFS Edward 1798-1869 JEFFS Edward 1937-1912 JEFFS Lorena 1874-1949 KIRKWOOD James 1811 KIRKWOOD James 1873-1947 KIRKWOOD John H. 1847-1895 KIRKWOOD Madeleine 1908 MONKMAN James 1827-1862 MONKMAN John 1799-1868 MONKMAN Joyce 1932 MONKMAN Roger 1904-1931 MONKMAN William Duke 1863-1943 MOWZER Michael PARKER Eliza 1803-1850 Pedigree chart in binder Ped-03 at Barrie Public Library indexed 1998 by volunteers at OGS Simcoe Branch K SURNAMES KIRKWOOD f@ca.on.ogs.simcoe_branch_library_collection #set08-260.03 COOK John c1864 DANN Joseph c1863 DUKE Charles c1870 DUNN Francis c1868 GALBRAITH J.C. c1865 KIRKWOOD A.E. c1868 LEDGERWOOD Elizabeth Agnes 1865-1947 LEDGERWOOD Frances Jane 1871-1952 LEDGERWOOD James William 1868-1942 LEDGERWOOD James 1862-1862 LEDGERWOOD Lilias Euphemia 1872-1950 LEDGERWOOD Maggie Robertson 1874-1888 LEDGERWOOD Mary Ann Emma 1863-1932 LEDGERWOOD Sarah Matilda 1869-1949 LYONS John J. 1871-1950

82. Families Index.
Charles M. SAUL (18571932) Mary A. NASH (1860 William Aaron Aaron WINGO (1890-1977) Vella M. SHOCKLEY John L. Wood (1834-?) Nancy NASH (1840-1929) (IL
As of 18 October 2002, families are available. See the site updates to find recent changes. My direct ancestors are marked with strong text. Please e-mail me (Eric Adcock) if you have or want more information. genealogy index fam/index.html, 18 October 2002.

83. Richard Senior S Family History Census
Married, 26, Plasterer, Leeds, Thomas Wood SENIOR (1865 36, Builder and Contractor,Pontefract, Charles WILCOCK (1854 Son, Unmarried, 2, null, null, William WILCOCK (1889*).
openPage("Census", "Friday 31 May 2002"); Criteria: and year in (1891) Note that these census transcriptions, while typically showing complete households, may sometimes not include non-family members, especially servants at the address on census night.
1891 Census
RG12/3698/153/41 259 12 Alfred Place, Leeds
NAME RELATION CONDITION AGE OCCUPATION BORN LINK SENIOR, John Head Married Plasterer Leeds John SENIOR (1839*-) SENIOR, Fanny Wife Married null Leeds Frances SENIOR nee WOOD (1842*-) SENIOR, Fanny Daur Unmarried Machinist Leeds Fanny SENIOR (1870*-) SENIOR, Ellen Daur Unmarried null Leeds Nelly SENIOR (1872*-) SENIOR, Frank Son Unmarried Plasterer's Apprentice Leeds Frank SENIOR (1875*-) SENIOR, Christopher Son Unmarried Printer's Apprentice Leeds Christopher SENIOR (1877*-) SENIOR, Harry Son Unmarried Scholar Leeds Harry SENIOR (1882*-1940*) SENIOR, Martha Daur Unmarried Scholar Leeds Martha SENIOR (1884*-) SENIOR, Earnest S Son Unmarried Scholar Leeds Earnest Stabler SENIOR (1887*-)
RG12/3699/?/8 56 25 Herbert Place

84. Newman Name Society Chronicle April 1998
in London, Yeovil also Chelsfield, Kent of Abbey Wood, Kent * Charles NEWMAN William NEWMAN (1700) - , matriculated from Wadham College, Oxford 11 JUL 1718
From Wayne Dexter Newman, 68 Curtiss St, Wellington 6005, NZ
from pages 2412 - 2425 of the April 1998 Issue of The Newman Chronicle - Journal of the Newman Name Society
reproduced with the kind permission of the Newman Name Society, Wayne Newman and Tony Newman, then editor of the Newman Chronicle
Thank you for your letter of almost four months ago. I have now joined the Newman Name Society and have received via Mrs. E. Webb the Newman Genealogical Register, Newman Chronicle and Bulletin. All of which has been both impressive and very interesting reading. I must confess my original enquiry came from my wife, who is by far the more experienced and dedicated researcher in our household and able to trace one strain of her lineage beyond AD 1000. Fiona is the New Zealand 'post box' for enquiries to the Talbot Society. Through her interest in such one-name societies she became aware of your existence and wrote an enquiry over my signature. As she said, my research into my Newman forebears had reached an impasse at James Newman, born about 1771. Before going into that, however, I should probably give you some better idea of the background, starting with me and going back in the usual manner. The initials stand for Wayne Dexter, born 1960, 'only son and heir' of Clarence Newman, born 1906. In the usual way I waited until both parents were dead before undertaking any real research, but I started with the information that my father was the illegitimate son of a "Doctor Newman of Wellington, a very prominent and intelligent man". This bit of family lore was given to my father by his adopted mother only a few months before her death in 1936. For the next 50 years, apart from a certain prejudice against the medical profession, he exhibited absolutely no curiosity about his natural parents.

85. HMC | NRA | Persons Beginning RO
Nicholas (16141685) Naturalist (3) Wood, Robert (1 Lord Chancellor (6) Rolfe, StricklandCharles Edward Neville of Heacham (3) Rolfe, William Henry (1778-1859

RC RE RH ... RY List of persons with surname beginning RO
Roach, Edward Keith (1885-1954) Colonial Administrator Author

Roach, John Edward Wynne (d 1970) Rector of Weston Longville

Roach, Richard (1662-1730) Anglican clergyman

Roaks, Samuel (b1821) Staff Sergeant, 2nd Batt Bengal Artillery

Fort William, India
Peshawar, India
Rob, Catherine Muriel (1906-1975) Botanist

Robartes, Charles Bodvile (1660-1723) 2nd Earl of Radnor

Robartes, John (1686-1757) 4th Earl of Radnor
Robartes, Robert (1633-1682) styled Viscount Bodmin ... Wood, Robert Hartlepool, Durham Roberthall, Robert Lowe (1901-1988) Baron Roberthall, economist Roberton, Sir Hugh Stevenson (1874-1952) Knight Founder of Glasgow Orpheus Choir Roberton, John (1797-1876) Surgeon Roberts, Sir Abraham (1784-1873) Knight General ... Roberts, Charles B (fl 1886-1901), Liverpool Liverpool, Lancashire Roberts, Charles Henry (1865-1959) Politician Roberts, D Francis (d 1945) Welsh Theologian Roberts, David (1796-1864) Painter Roberts, David Swynford Foulkes- (1899-1988) Colonial Administrator and Teacher ... Roberts, Elizabeth Jane (1891-1979) Teacher, Gloucester Gloucester, Gloucestershire Roberts, Elwyn (1904-1988) General Secretary of Plaid Cymru

86. Cemeteries Of Ontario, Canada - Cemetery Transcriptions - Page 6
In Memory of. Harry Trevor Wood, beloved son of Gladys Wayne Wood. born Feb. (otherside). Private Charles C. Sullivan. 5, 1973. William D. Bertrim 1862 - 1935.
Parham Village Cemetery Parham, Hinchinbrooke Township, Frontenac County, Ontario, Canada Complete transcript - August 2001 NOTE: Most of these stones are very old and some are quite hard to read. Please don't use these transcripts as your final resource - there may be mistakes !! var site="s11ebone" William Hamilton born July 17, 1838 - died Feb. 11, 1928 his wife Eliza Swerbrick born May 15, 1852 - died Dec. 25, 1935 Thomas H. Hamilton born Oct. 6, 1877 - died Dec. 26, 1903 (back side of stone) William A. Hamilton - 1883 - 1969 Benjamin Hamilton - 1881 - 1973 James William Bradshaw - 1852 - 1926 Jane Stinson - 1859 - 1926 Their daughter, Jane - 1888 - 1930 Ethel E. Bradshaw, daughter of J.W. and J. Bradshaw George Bradshaw - 1824 - 1894 Margaret Freame , wife of George Bradshaw - died Dec. 28, 1888 Also, their son, Thomas - born Aug. 17, 1848 - died Oct. 22, 1870 (wife's name was extremely hard to read and may not be correct) Howes Nigel Boyce - Aug. 28, 1910 - Feb. 3, 1981 his wife, Jewel Edna Thompson - March 7, 1909 - Apr. 27, 1988

87. Templeman - United Church Cemetery
DOWDING, David, William, husband and father, husband of Shirley, Dec DOWDING, Henry,April 1st 1914, Who died at the Charles, Seaman, 27 July 1971, Charles HOWELL Seaman
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Templeman - United Church Cemetery SIR NAME FIRST NAME SECOND NAME RELATION BORN DIED ERECTED BY MEMO FIELD BLACKMORE Carrie M. Hancock wife of Gordon A. Forever remembered. Also husband Gordon A. Blackmore BLACKMORE Gordon A. husband of Carrie M. living Forever remembered. Also wife Carrie M. Hancock. BLACKMORE Mary wife of Peter June 7,1968 Aged 72 years DOWDING Alexander husband of Theresa DOWDING Oct. 18.1923 Aged 28 y's 3m's. Dearest husband thou left us. Gone to be at rest. O how I miss my darling husband no friend on earth can tell. From this earth Christ has called me to leave my wife and children all. But in Jesus I am resting safe upon that golden DOWDING David William husband and father husband of Shirley Dec 19 1970 his wife , son and daughter

88. Arizona Cultural Inventory Project
Wood, Charles Morgan (d.1927) Manuscripts Arizona history. Wood, Leonard(18601927) Fort Huachuca report. Woodley, William J. Business records.

89. Marc
TITLE Wheelchair philosophy / by John Leonard Cole; introduction by William ValentineKelley. PUBLISHER New York, W. Wood company,. Charles C. Thomas,.
AUTHOR: Greenslet, Ferris, 1875-1959 TITLE: The life of Thomas Bailey Aldrich. PUBLISHER: Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, DATE: DESCRIPTION: xi, 303 p. : ill., ports., facsims ; 23 cm. NOTES: Bibliography: p. [261]-292. NOTES: UMES REC SUBJECT: Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907. LC CARD NBR: CEFL +VOA+ 921/Ald +VOA+ A365a +VOA+ Main A365a
AUTHOR: Packard, Edward Newman, 1883- TITLE: Artificial pneumothorax; its practical application in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. Contributions by Saranac Lake physicians to the studies of the Trudeau Foundation. Editorial committee: Edward N. Packard [and others] PUBLISHER: DATE: DESCRIPTION: 300 p. ill. SUBJECT: Pneumothorax, Artificial SUBJECT: Tuberculosis, Pulmonarytherapy CO-AUTHOR: Trudeau Foundation. CEFL +VOA+ A791
AUTHOR: Baldwin, Edward R. (Edward Robinson), 1864-1947. TITLE: Tuberculosis, bacteriology, pathology and laboratory diagnosis, with sections on immunology, epidemiology, prophylaxis and experimental therapy, by Edward R. Baldwin, S.A. Petroff and Leroy S. Gardner. PUBLISHER: DATE: DESCRIPTION: 342 p. illus., 4 col. pl. 25 cm.

90. Newfoundland GenWeb Census Data - Bonavista Bay - Bonavista Bay North District -
Dowding, David, William, husband and father, husband of Shirley, Dec Dowding, Henry,April 1st 1914, Who died at the Charles, Seaman, 27 July 1971, Charles Howell Seaman
NFGenWeb Cemetery Inscriptions
Bonavista Bay ~ Bonavista North District
Templeman - United Church Cemetery
Templeman is a small fishing village situated along the rocky coastline of Bonavista Bay North. The United Church Cemetery is located on the main highway, within the settlement. It is fenced and reasonably groomed. It is situated in or very near a bog, and much of the ground is very wet. The inscriptions were read, recorded and transcribed by , 1999. While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors. If you should find any errors or have other inscriptions to add, then please contact us among the list of contributors
Forever remembered. Also husband Gordon A. Blackmore Blackmore Gordon A. husband of Carrie M. living
Forever remembered. Also wife Carrie M. Hancock. Blackmore Mary
wife of Peter
June 7, 1968
Aged 72 years Dowding Alexander
husband of Theresa Dowding
Oct. 18.1923

91. Index
Russell Clarence (1889 1963) Slyman Wood (1831 - ?) Unnamed ?) William Dean WilliamJoseph (1907 - ?) GRANRUDE Duane Edmund GRANT Charles Joseph (1906
B C D ... Z
Allen W.
Tina Louise ...
Hilda May
Benjamin James
Debbie Joanne
Jackie Dianne
Celia Ann
Gregg ...
Andrew Charles
Elizabeth Jane
Gillian Mary
Viola Marie
Annie Eva
Arthur Hercules
Arthur Russell
Benjamin Hardy ...
Winnifred Blanch
Lori Lorraine Rose
Jake Mathew John
Holly Briana
Brittany Elizabeth
Cole Christopher
Donald Francis
William Donald
Ashley D.
Elizabeth M. ...
James Charles ...
Kathleen Ruth
Brenda Lynne
Eva May ...
William James
Elva Verna
David Timothy
Graham Wayne
Wendell Mark
John Reston
Cole Bradley
Arthur Cyrus
David ...
John C.

92. WebGED: Central MO Familes Data Page
Roe, William Bill (~1890 ) - male b. ABT 1890 Thomas Clark (~1851 - 1929) motherWood, Tabitha (~1865 Roedel, Charles (~1884 - ) - male b. ABT 1884 father
previous go to surnames Nichols, Albert E. - male
b. ABT 1866 in Indiana
Nichols, William Perry "Bill" (1839 - 1905)
mother: Barnes, Lucinda E. (1840 - 1919)
spouse: [Nichols], Mary Birthsurname? (~1876 - )
- m. ABT 1894 Nichols, Allen Fredrick - male
b. 28 DEC 1896 in Missouri
d. 8 SEP 1975 in Missouri
Nichols, Elihu (1850 - 1929)
mother: Burnett, Mary Frances (1857 - 1923)
spouse: Pruitt, Effie Myrtle (1900 - 1992) child: private child: Nichols, Frances Lee (1924 - 1976) child: Nichols, Marjorie Maxine (1928 - 1980) spouse: Pruitt, Mrytle (*1895 - 1992) child: private child: Nichols, Frances Lee (1924 - 1976) child: Nichols, Margie (1928 - 1980) Nichols, Annabel - female b. ABT 1896 spouse: Dischman, Fred (~1890 - ) child: Dischman, Robert N. "Bob" (1916 - 1995) Nichols, Arminda K. "Minda" - female b. 2 JAN 1872 in , Morgan Co, Missouri d. 3 MAR 1953 in , Morgan Co, Missouri father: Nichols, Richard Thomas (1846 - 1911) mother: Williams, Isabelle Drummond (1852 - 1929) spouse: Madole, Hiram Morgan "Texas Hi" (1872 - 1926) - m. 8 MAR 1896 in , Morgan Co, Missouri child: Madole, Gladys Drummond (1903 - 1985)

93. WebGED: Central MO Familes Data Page
b. 29 OCT 1824 in , Henry Co, Virginia d ABT 1870 child Jackson, WilliamWood (1871 - 1941 1874 - ~1897) child Jackson, Charles Edward Edd
previous go to surnames Childress, Lillian - female
b. 1 MAY 1897 in Lupus, Moniteau Co, Missouri
d. 3 DEC 1950 in Lupus, Moniteau Co, Missouri
Childress, Thomas Benton (1850 - 1931)
mother: Brizendine, Martha Frances (1864 - 1945)
Brizendine, Alvin Brown (1914 - 1993)
spouse: Brizendine, Charles Cecil (r0954 - 1932)
- m. 27 NOV 1916
Brizendine, Lula Mae (1919 - 1960)
child: Brizendine, Eunice (1921 - 1963) Childress, M. A. or A. P. - female b. ABT 1853 in , Moniteau Co, Missouri father: Childress, Harrison (1798 - 1876) mother: [Childress], Nancy A. Birthsurname? (1812 - ) Childress, Mary E. - female b. ABT 1835 in , Franklin Co, Missouri father: Childress, Harrison (1798 - 1876) mother: [Childress], Nancy A. Birthsurname? (1812 - ) Childress, Omar - male b. ABT 1884 father: Childress, Harrison Smith (1837 - 1903) mother: Brizendine, Nancy Ann "Aunt Nannie" (1849 - 1935) Childress, Ora A. - female b. 17 JAN 1882 d. 16 NOV 1973 father: Childress, Harrison Smith (1837 - 1903) mother: Brizendine, Nancy Ann "Aunt Nannie" (1849 - 1935) spouse: Brizendine, Cecil Everett (1893 - 1959)

94. American Riekes
Kellie Wood. ..5 Velma RIEKE. 6William HOERNER. ..Charles SCHAEFER 1871 1961.
Sorry about the spacing. I couldn't get it to behave - again!) Descendants of Arend Heinrich Rieke (Those with a in front of their names did not come to America.) 1 Arend Henrich RIEKE 1793 - 1841 ..+Christine Caroline KROPP 1798 - 1862 .........2 Heinrich Hans Herman RIEKE 1819 - 1864 ..........2 Arend Heinrich Friedrich RIEKE Abt. 1820 - 1880 .........2 Luise Friederike Caroline RIEKE 1822 - 1876 ..............+Hans H. KORF 1811 - .........2 Louise Wilhelmine RIEKE 1823 - 1832 ..........2 Christine Louise (Louisa) RIEKE 1824 - 1898 ..............+Henry KAMPERT 1821 - 1912 .....................3 Henry KAMPERT 1850 - 1895 .........................+Hannah MEINERS 1855 - 1933 ................................4 Addie KAMPERT ....................................+Herb HOMUTH ............................................5 Chester HOMUTH ................................................+Doris CANFIELD ................................*2nd Husband of Addie Kampert: ....................................+Victor RIEKE

95. AIM25: King's College London College Archives: King's College Hospital Case Note
other notes, 18631889, of John Wood, Professor of School; notes, 1909-1920, of DrWilliam Aldren Turner Surgeon; cases, 1920-1921, of Charles Jennings Marshall

96. Robert Schauffler Correspondence, Index Of Correspondents A-L
3.1 Henderson, Edward3.1 Henderson, WJ (William James), 1855 3.1 Hill, Hugh3.1Hill, Nobel Wood3.1 Hirschmann 188519703.4 Kidder, Charles Holland3.4
Robert Haven Schauffler Correspondence
Index of Correspondents A-L M-Z A-L Names in bold appear in the RLIN record. Abbott, Lawrence F. (Lawrence Fraser), 1859-19331.1
Abdy, Harry Bennett1.1
Abramson, Eva1.1
Adams, Herbert1.1
Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 1871-19581.1
Adamski, George, 1891-19651.1
Adler, Guido, 1855-19411.1
Ahern, M. E. (Mary Eileen), 1860-19381.1
Alber, Karlos1.1
Alber, Paula1.1
Aldcroft, Elena1.1 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, Mrs., d. 19271.1 Allen, Edward Jay1.1 Allen, Elizabeth S.1.1 Allen, Jerry1.1 Allen, W. F.1.1 Allison, Clement1.1 Alma-Tadema, Laurence, d. 19401.1 Almy, Gladys1.1 Anderson, Lorraine1.1 Anderson, Sam1.1 Andrews, Robert E.1.1 Archer, William, 1856-19241.1 Arnim, N. von1.1 Arnoldi, Gibson1.1 Auslander, Joseph, 1897- 1.1 Axsny, Stockton1.1 Babbitt, Florence Sprague1.2 Babcock, Edwina Stanton1.2 Babcock, Harriet S. B.1.2 Babson, Grace Campbell1.2 Bailey, Frederic T.1.2 Bailey, Henry Turner, 1865- 1.2 Bailey, Ruth1.2 Bailey, Vernon, 1864-19421.2 Baker, Christine Virginia1.2 Baker, Karle Wilson, 1878-19601.2 Ballinger, Richard Achilles, 1858-19221.2

97. Mt. Pleasant Cemetery UZ
WEIDMAN, Wallace E., son of Charles Hattie 19051905. WHITE, William B.-1842-1914 MaryWOOD, his wife-May 23, 1899-Dec 3, 1973. WILLMAN, Agnes, see STEVENS.
U- Z UDELL Ethel, see WOOD VALIANT Charles-d. 1945 Marilla NORTH, his wife-1882-1957 VALIANT Peter-d. 1938 Anna, his wife-d. Nov 21, 1898, age 44 VALIANT VAN AERNAM Aurelia S., wife of Elias-d. Apr 27, 1874, age 26 yrs., 4 mos., 28 days VAN ALSTINE Hannah Rebecca, wife of William H. d. Mar 28, 1861, age 25 yrs., 2 mos., 21 days VAN ALSTINE Hannah, see CROUNSE VAN AUKEN Alanson-Mar 21, 1806 - Oct 1, 1901 Sophie M., his wife-d. Feb 15, 1855, age 25 yrs., 10 days VAN AUKEN Anna K., see SIMMONS VAN AUKEN Frank-1859-1954 Angie COMSTOCK, his wife-1850-1933 VAN AUKEN Ida May, see HALL VAN AUKEN Sarah, see DAVIDSON VAN AUKEN William B., MD1891-1972 Sarah Ann MEACHEM, his wife-1892-1961 VAN DENBURGH Garret T.-1789 - 1851 Frances BROOKS, his wife-1791 - 1830 VAN DENBURGH Agnes, see VAN WIE VANDERBILT William-1878-1945 Harriett, his wife-1877-1956 VANDER POEL Albert-1855-1930 Amanda HOTALING, his wife-1860-1953 VAN DERZEE John-d. Aug 7, 1855, age 25 yrs., 4 mos., 6 days

98. Ward Family
Sister Phoebe Clark s children, Mary Wood, Rachel Thompson, Grace Children of CharlesS. Ward and Mamie Detrick Jean O Moran (19252003), s/o William Moran (1884
Ward Family
According to the Ward family history, the Wards of Connecticut and New Jersey are descended from Robert Ward of Houghton Pavoa, Northampton, England. Robert Ward married Isabel Stapley of Dunchurch, County Warwick, England and named their son, James. James married Anna or Alice Fawkes of Dunchurch. Their children: Stephen, Isabel, George and Lawrence Their son, Stephen Ward, who was born about 1585, married Joyce Trafford of Lucestershire, England about 1607. After Stephen's death, his widow Joyce Ward moved to New England with her sons Anthony, John, William, and Robert in 1630. They settled in Wethersfield, Connecticut in 1635, where Joyce Ward died in 1640. Joyce Ward's Will and Inventory Record English Origins of American Colonists , by J. Henry Lea and J. R. Hutchinson, pg. 105 - The JOYCE WARD, widow, of Wethersfield, Conn., was most probably NOT identical with JOYCE the wife of Stephen Ward of Northampton town in England, the mother of the testator according to the Visitation pedigree already cited, as the children named by her in her will do not at all agree with those of Joyce (Trafford) Ward of Northampton who was almost certainly the mother of the Emigrant and his brother Ambrose, mentioned in the above will of Richard of Paxton. Yet it is noteworthy that it is stated by Judge Adams in his manuscript that "The late ex. Governor Marcus L. Ward of New Jersey said that he was a descendant of the widow Joyce Ward of Wethersfield and that her husband's name was Stephen and that he died in England. It seems incredible that there could have been two Stephens each with a wife Joyce at the same period and this part of the pedigree will demand the strictest scrutiny.

99. Pleasant Ridge Cemetry, Milton Twp.
1874March 27, 1895 Davis, Clarence Wood “Coke”, 1891-1957 7, 1884 Lyon, CharlesH., 1875-1957 Lyon, Edwin G June 24, 1897, age 85 yrs Lyon, William A., Jan
Pleasant Ridge Cemetery
Sec. 27 Twp. 4N Range 11E
Milton Township, Jefferson County, Indiana Robert W. Scott , July 2001.
A hand-written history in the back of the church’s record book says that home meetings of the Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church began in 1839 under circuit rider Monroe Hayes. A building of hewn logs was erected on the farm owned by Charles H. and Edwin G. Lyon in 1843. The church moved to property owned by John and Matilda Gray. The Grays deeded t his land to church trustees, Isaac Painter, Isaac Moler, James Fagg and John Gray on Aug. 15, 1849 (Jefferson Co. Deed Book 5 p. 280.) The property is located in the SE1/4 SW1/4 Section 27 Twp. 4N Range 11E. The building was remodeled in 1901 and was dedicated in November of that year. The church burned in 1928 was reconstructed on the site. The church is still active, although the congregation is quite small. In July 2001, the church’s attendance was reported as five for each of the two pervious Sundays. Information added from other sources is given in brackets. [ ] Inscriptions that are on stones are listed in quotation marks, “ ”. with the exception that ages and information indicating that a person is a son, daughter, or wife of another person are copied from the stones without adding punctuation. Two or more names inscribed on the same stone are indicated by having the names follow a single surname. Question marks are given after a number whose reading is uncertain.

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Base Autor Wood, William Charles Henry, 1864-1947
Título Elizabethan sea-dogs; : a chronicle of Drake and his companions / by Wililiam Wood
Imprenta New Haven : Yale university press; [etc., etc.], 1921
Descr Fís xi, 252 p : col. front., fold. map ; 18 cm
Série The chronicles of America series : v. 3
Nota "Roosevelt edition." Assunto Drake, Francis, Sir, 1540?-1596 Assunto GR-BRETANHA (HISTÓRIA) - Século 16
Tipo Mat LIVRO Acervo Exemplares na biblioteca IEB

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