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10551 with her grandfather Prados; aged 18 PITARD, Audrey Marie (I152)
 
10552 With her husband Robert she had 9 children in all. Honour (I10505)
 
10553 With his brothers-in-law Thomas Moore and Caleb Bentley, he was a key founder of Triadelphia.

The marriage certificate read "Isaac Briggs, painter [?printer], of Georgetown, Maryland, sone of Samuel and Mary, of Philadelphia, m. 27th day of 8th month, 1794, to Hannah Brooke, at Sandy Spring." 
BRIGGS, Isaac (I5533)
 
10554 With his brothers-in-law Thomas Moore and Isaac Briggs, he was a key founder of Triadelphia. BENTLEY, Caleb (I5532)
 
10555 with his father; aged 34 PITARD, Wallis Francis (I134)
 
10556 with his grandfather Prados; aged 13 PITARD, Henry Prados Sr. (I154)
 
10557 with his grandfather Prados; aged 22 PITARD, Clarence James Jr. (I150)
 
10558 With his wife Beatrice, coming home from a trip to England a few months after being married, on the “Franconia” from Liverpool. They are living at 6337 S. Peoria St., Chicago. PITARD, George Dunbar (I14271)
 
10559 Wonderful to read through! Source (S179)
 
10560 Wonderful, huge, and authoritative. Source (S209)
 
10561 Worked in Pitard's Hardware, moving to his son Richmond's store in the late 190-teens.

He partially owned a patent for a burglar alarm, no. 1,250,267, patented 1915. 
PITARD, Daniel Maupay (I135)
 
10562 Wounded at Gettysburg, where he fought with his two younger brothers William and Alexander. He was captured on 19 August 1864 at the Battle of Weldon Railroad, and released May 31, 1865.

One good source on this family is Daniel Carroll Toomey, Marylanders at Gettysburg (Baltimore: Toomey Press, 1994).

He is included on the Civil War page
MURRAY, Lt. Clapham (I8189)
 
10563 Written by a descendant of Capt. Tomlinson; it is available on the “Texas Histories” page on this website. Source (S257)
 
10564 Yates may have been her maiden name, or the name of her first huband. YATES, Ann (I12505)
 
10565 year he applied for a pension PITARD, Mortimer (I13922)
 
10566 Year he wrote his will. GILES, John III (I428)
 
10567 Yet another descendant who moved to Mason Co., Kentucky. DYE, Kenneth (I9465)
 
10568 zinc mines MANNEN, Amos Turney "Turn" (I4116)
 
10569 Zion Church, Hummelstown, Pennsylvania as her birth place/baptismal place. Philippina (I9403)
 
10570 Zulma is a widow on the 1910 census. IRVING, Luke (I15228)
 
10571 [sic] Family F7681
 
10572 FIELDS, Antionette (I4972)
 
10573 “age de cinquante cinq ans” BRUSLÉ, Jeanne (I8296)
 
10574 “Barbare” on her son Jean Baptiste’s marriage record. BARBARD, Jeanne (I15324)
 
10575 “denviron quarante huit ans, vuef de defunte Jean Brulle MACQUIAU, Guillaume (I8295)
 
10576 “diffunt” on his daughter’s marriage record. LE TORT, Guillaume (I8302)
 
10577 “Du 18 pluviose an XII de la République française . . . “ Family F5916
 
10578 “fille jumelle,” twin sister, of Jeanne Renée.

Godfather, Pierre Mangere
Godmother, Perinne Drouadenne (grandmother) 
PITARD, Perinne (I8250)
 
10579 “Fracine” Lacoste is named as the birth mother on Phillippine Tamor’s birth record. “Francine Lacoste” is the name of the mother on Mathieu Tamor’s birth record.

So, I assume that this is her, recorded as “Francoise Lacoste Tamor” on her death record. The problem is that her death record is well more than 9 mos. before Phillippine’s birth date. 
LACOSTE, Françoise or Francine (I15645)
 
10580 “From James Tolley’s son Charles are descended the Worthington’s of Boyle county Kentucky. and his son Vachel are descended Judge and Edward Worthington long and prominently identified with the financial and social interests of Cincinnati.” WORTHINGTON, Charles Thomas (I12458)
 
10581 “Madison Worthington was a worthy representative of the long line of brave, honorable and sagacious men from whom he was descended, and who have contributed to the material development and moral uplift of every community in which they are found. To those characteristics which distinguished his forefathers were added qualities which were peculiarly his own. He was a man of fine judgment, of calm, philosophic and reflective temperament; cheerful, kindly, and patient; such a man as friends and relatives instinctively turn to for advice and assistance.

Occupied in wisely administering the affairs of the beautiful estate inherited from his father, in the education of his children and the care of his dependents, and dispensing that hospitality which has made Kentucky famous, his useful life was spent.

He was married August 21, 1844, to Elizabeth Margaret Bledsoe, born May 12, 1825, daughter of Benjamin Bledsoe, who came to Kentucky from Culpeper county, Virginia, brother of Judge Jesse Bledsoe, U.S. Senator. Her mother was Frances Smith Hawkins, a descendant of the famous family of that name whose brilliant military career is well known, in Virginia, Kentucky and North Carolina, and who are descendants of Sir John Hawkins of Plymouth, England. By this marriage Madison Worthington was the father of four children: Arah Frances, who was married to Villie Black, a successful tobacco merchant of Mason county, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio; Melissa, who married Hugh P. Longmoor, of Parkersburg, West Virginia; Elizabeth Florence, who became the wife of Eldon P. Claybrook, a native of Mason, county, Kentucky, but now one of the large and successful land owners of Bourbon county, Kentucky.

Madison Worthington was twice married, his second wife being Matilda Holton, born 1834, died April, 1897, the daughter of Harvey and Ann (Fee) Holton.
Two children were born of this union: Susan Ellen, wife of William Remington, of Paris, Kentucky, editor of the Paris Democrat, and Mrs Gertrude Worthington Smoot, also of Paris, Kentucky.” 
WORTHINGTON, Madison (I12471)
 
10582 “neé le meme jour” as her baptism GAMARD, Catherine Françoise (I15418)
 
10583 “Pierre François Troyon” is present at the burial of his father Pierre in 1746. TROYON, Pierre (I8343)
 
10584 “The basic material was first published in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 71, no. 3 (Sept. 1983) pp. 193-216, as THE PAXSON BROTHERS OF COLONIAL PENNSYLVANIA: THREE GENERATIONS, By MARTHA JONET PAXSON GRUNDY.” Source (S464)
 
10585 “The chart contains many more family lines of Miss Baldwin, but her Anne Arundel Ancestry is the only one depicted here.” Source (S279)
 
10586 “Thormin” is an anglicization of “Taormina.” The family changed their name sometime after they moved to Canada, by the 1920s. Some descendants have kept it, and other have changed it back to Taormina. THORMIN, Rev. Vincent Ignatius “Vince” (I5030)
 

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