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11251 vol. 62, page 272, as "Marie Jeanne," aged 17 years Prados, Marie Jeanne (I3084)
 
11252 vol. 62, page 90; aged 44 Wiltz, Alcine Conrad (I179)
 
11253 vol. 63, page 151 Gelpi, Aline Mary (I4847)
 
11254 vol. 63, page 161 Gelpi, Dr. Paul Joseph (I4852)
 
11255 vol. 65, p. 738 Pitard, Robert Copley (I3014)
 
11256 vol. 65, page 407 Cooper, Eliza A. Loney (I12715)
 
11257 vol. 65, page 754 Hemenway, Mary (I14597)
 
11258 vol. 71, page 799 Centlivre, William Murry (I15908)
 
11259 vol. 71, page 800 Centlivre, Walter George (I15907)
 
11260 vol. 72, p. 628 Marzoni, Arthur Frank Charles (I15672)
 
11261 vol. 73, page 1048 Wiltz, Honora “Nora” (I14686)
 
11262 vol. 74, page 134 Hemenway, Charles Benjamin (I14598)
 
11263 vol. 74, page 551 Gelpi, Louis George (I4853)
 
11264 vol. 75, page 615 Gamard, Louise Corinne (I13031)
 
11265 vol. 75, page 975 Prados, Louise Alice (I3094)
 
11266 vol. 76, p. 442 Marzoni, Clara Elizabeth (I15674)
 
11267 vol. 77, p. 129 LeDoux, Dr. Alexandre Sr. (I148)
 
11268 vol. 79, page 1171; aged 29 months Wiltz, Alcine Joseph (I14683)
 
11269 vol. 79, page 247 Prados, William Nettetton (I3095)
 
11270 vol. 8, page 181. No ages given. Family F129
 
11271 vol. 8, page 188 Lamothe, François Leon (I3708)
 
11272 vol. 8, page 188 Lamothe, Marie Elmire (I3710)
 
11273 vol. 80, p. 699 Marzoni, Estelle Marie (I15673)
 
11274 vol. 82, page 918 Gelpi, Vivian Joseph (I4854)
 
11275 vol. 82, page 976 Cooper, Asahel Walker Sr. (I4354)
 
11276 vol. 83, p. 154 Wiltz, Honora “Nora” (I14686)
 
11277 vol. 84, p. 1063 Gamard, Caroline Rebekah "Carrie" (I3782)
 
11278 vol. 84, page 1146 Markey, Lavinia (I12354)
 
11279 vol. 84, page 89 Markey, Alice Mary (I13641)
 
11280 vol. 84, page 968 Prados, Lucie Marie Bernos (I149)
 
11281 vol. 85, page 140 Markey, Nicholas Joseph (I14505)
 
11282 vol. 85, page 903 Wiltz, Mary (I14690)
 
11283 vol. 85, page 903 Wiltz, Maud (I14691)
 
11284 vol. 86, page 727 Markey, Joseph Jr. (I14504)
 
11285 vol. 87, page 282 Wiltz, Robert (I14689)
 
11286 vol. 87, page 930 Russell, Barbara (I14960)
 
11287 vol. 89, page 1134 Wiltz, Alma Elizabeth (I14688)
 
11288 vol. 89, page 678. Aged 29 years. Cullivan, Mary Ann (I14684)
 
11289 vol. 89, page 986 Markey, Nicholas John (I14517)
 
11290 vol. 9, page 1407 Lamothe, Louise Eulalie (I3334)
 
11291 vol. 9, page 1458 Prados, Marie Josephine (I3082)
 
11292 vol. 9, page 299 Family F2159
 
11293 vol. 9, page 647 Couret, Marie Francoise (I47)
 
11294 vol. 91, page 213 Markey, Lavinia (I12354)
 
11295 vol. 92, p 287 Wiltz, Mary (I14690)
 
11296 vol. 92, page 22 Russell, Catherine “Katie” (I14959)
 
11297 vol. 92, page 881 Markey, Albertine (I13643)
 
11298 vol. 93, page 622 Markey, Joseph Jr. (I14504)
 
11299 vol. 94, page 816 Portas, Arthur Pitard (I3138)
 
11300 vol. 95, page 27. Aged 7 mos. Wiltz, Robert (I14689)
 
11301 vol. 95, page 41. Aged 19 mos. Wiltz, Maud (I14691)
 
11302 vol. 96, p 1187 Tamor, Mathieu (I15637)
 
11303 vol. 96, p. 1187 Tamor, Phillippine (I15631)
 
11304 vol. 96, page 54 Pitard, Henry St. John (I145)
 
11305 vol. 97, page 210 Guillotte, Edward V. (I14210)
 
11306 vol. 97, page 800 Russell, Viola Pauline (I14958)
 
11307 vol. 98, page 1183 Markey, Stella Elizabeth (I14512)
 
11308 vol. 98, page 1183 Markey, Joseph John (I14514)
 
11309 vol. 98, page 860 Wiltz, Walter Joseph (I14694)
 
11310 vol. 98, page 867 Hemenway, George Charles (I14594)
 
11311 vol. 98, page 867. WWI draft registration has 23 July. Hemenway, Ira Benjamin (I14593)
 
11312 Vol. p. 806 Benedict, Philip (I13136)
 
11313 Volume 1 of the original print volumes contains the transcriptions; vol. 2 contains facsimilies of the records; vol. 3 contains indices. Source Source: S1070 (S1070)
 
11314 Volume: 127; Page: 648; age 11 Centlivre, James (I15910)
 
11315 Volume: 157; Page: 962 Bode, Henry John (I15493)
 
11316 Volume: 170; Page: 302; age 23 Centlivre, John (I15912)
 
11317 Volume: 192; Page: 1207 Ruiz, Elizabeth (I15895)
 
11318 Volume: 220; Page: 6239 Brown, Richard Files (I15898)
 
11319 Volume: 74; Page: 586 Fernandez, Joseph William (I13943)
 
11320 Volume: 77; Page Number: 241 Woodward, Fannie Bailey (I16178)
 
11321 Volume: 77; Page Number: 242 Woodward, Estelle (I10784)
 
11322 Volume: 85; Page Number: 983 O’Neil, Louise Marie (I15494)
 
11323 Volume: 98, Page: 470  Wiltz, Norbert J. Jr. (I14680)
 
11324 w/o S. P., b. Loudoun Co. VA, 2 Aug 1823 - 31 Mar 1892 Simpson, Susan Elizabeth (I4136)
 
11325 Wallis and Alice Pitard had no children.

On 20 March 1917, when he was 21, he was driving a car that didn't make a turn, and the ensuing accident killed Miss Garnett Maurin, aged 18, who had been in the car with him at the time. Her name appears before this in various social columns of the time.

New Orleans Item, 22 Aug. 1917, page 8:

"Mr. Wallis Pitard, who recently returned from the officers' training camp at Fort Logan H. Roots, where he received a commission as second lieutenant, is spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pitard and other members of the family at their summer cottage at Mandeville, La."

Here is a note from the Times-Picayune, Saturday, September 1, 1917:

MANY LOUISIANA AND MISSISSIPPI OFFICERS TO WACO

"Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 31.— To take commands in the National Guard of Michigan and Wisconsin which will compose the 32d division at Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex., 252 reserve officers who were commissioned here August 15 left for Waco at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Major L. C. Grieves, division adjutant, said that the order detailing the officers to Camp McArthur is to equalize the number of officers among the various camps, and that this number can be spared from the 87th division, which will stationed at Camp Pike.
"Louisianians—Captains John P. Longmire, Edward Gerald Sabine, Newell Tilton, of infantry; William McF. Averill, of field artillery; First Lieutenant Campbell Palfrey and Second Lieutenants William K. Terry, Roland C. Lawes, George A. Villers, Howard H. Hargrove, Walter S. Savage, George McGinnis, James Thomas Harris, Jr., Charles E. Naylor and Ralph F. Taylor, of infantry; and Second Lieutenants Wallis E. Pitard, Forest McGraw, Charles Karst and John P. O'Leary, of field artillery, all of New Orleans."

It's not clear whether he was deployed with Pershing's Expeditionary Force to Europe. Family notes say, though, that he served with a commission in WWI. Here is his draft information, giving his draft no. and address; the "6" for "division" indicates his ward (not necessarily the 6th Ward, though):

1211 Pitard, W. F. . . . 2015 Esplanade . . . 6

His name appears again in social news in 1919, after the war, and for the next decade or so.

He was married just a few months after his brother Gus. 
Pitard, Wallis Francis (I134)
 
11326 Walter Belt theorizes that her last name was Middleton. Elizabeth (I10247)
 
11327 Walter von Rosenberg at the age of ten immigrated to America with his family. He had some schooling in Prussia with the Froelich grandmother who had a schoolroom at her home estate. He spent his childhood at the Plantation Nassau near Round Top. There he and his brothers had a very happy time. In 1850 he had two horses, a heifer calf, and a gray stallion. Each evening he and Alexander rode their horses to bring in the cows that grazed all day on the prairies.

Walter was married to Elizabeth Spangler, the adopted daughter of his aunt, Auguste Fallier-Soergel. He and his bride then lived on a farm a few miles from Round Top.

Walter suffered from a heart ailment and because of his failing health in 1900, he sold that farm and moved to La Grange. They never enjoyed town life; they so loved the wide open spaces and activities of a farm. However, they remained there three years until his death in 1903. 
von Rosenberg, Carl August Walter (I261)
 
11328 Warfield calls her "the widow Sparrow, who was Ann, daughter of John and Matilda West, who was mother of Matilda Sparrow, the bride of John Burgess, of Captain Edward and the mother of six Revolutionary soldiers."

Newman, however, has Matilda Sparrow as the daughter of Thomas Sparrow and Anne Jones. She was married to John Burgess son of Edward. 
West, Anne (I3804)
 
11329 Warfield discusses the Davis family; is she from it? Davis, Elizabeth (I8965)
 
11330 Warfield gives the story about Dr. James "Davidson" Iglehart. This is verbatim: "The Igleharts came from Germany and located near Marlborough, Prince George County, in 1740. James Davidson came to Pennsylvania from England in 1775 and enlisted in the Pennsylvania regiment of the patriot army . . . He settled in Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County, dying in 1841. John Wilson Iglehart was born 1814 . . . . His son, James Davidson Iglehart, took his B.A. at St. John's College in 1872."

He obviously skips several generations of Igleharts here. And the middle name seems to be Wilson, not Davidson, according to the gravestone. 
Iglehart, John Wilson Jr. (I12918)
 
11331 Warfield has a section on the Pinkneys, though Somerville is not in it. Pinkney, Somerville (I5125)
 
11332 Warfield includes a brief autobiographical narrative in his history. He went to school at Lawrenceville, near Princeton in New Jersey, and then to the University of Virginia. According to Warfield, he had five daughters; according to Spence, he had four. He is called General because he was connected with veteran's associations. Gill, John (I6583)
 
11333 Warfield includes him as a "Clerk of the Court of Appeals" in his list of men who graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis. He was clerk of this court in 1869. Franklin, James Shaw (I4087)
 
11334 Warfield places his origin as Devon, England.

Newman does not mention Alice Skinner as his second wife (3.122-125). Saunders does, because of a 1727 deposition in the MD Chancery Court by Rachel Freeborne stating that Alice Skinner had arrived from Tiverton about 56 years before (i.e., in 1671), and had married Henry Ridgely within a year, and that they had an only son, Charles who married Elizabeth Read.

Saunders argues that his third wife was Mary, the wife of Mareen Duvall "the emigrant," though they were married too late for children. 
Ridgely, Col. Henry Sr. (I8193)
 
11335 Was a Major in the Confederate Army.

Prados, Louis, 1st Lt. Capt. Co. B, 8th La. Inf. En. _. Rolls Feb. 28, 1862, to Oct., 1862, Present. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Present, became Capt. by death of Robert Current, killed at Sharpsburg. Rolls Jan., 1863, to Aug. 31, 1863, Present. Roll Sept. and Oct., 1863, Absent, sick, since Oct. 19, 1863. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1863, Absent, sick, since Dec. 3, 1863. Roll April 30 to Aug. 31, 1864, dated Nov. 1, 1864, Present. Comdg. Regt. since June 2, 1864. On Roll of Prisoners of War. Paroled Appomattox Court House, Va., April 10, 1864. Record copied from Memorial Hall, New Orleans, La., by the War Dept., Washington, D. C., June, 1903, En. May 25, 1861. New Orleans, La., for the War. Born Louisiana, occupation accountant, Res. New Orleans, La., age when enlisted 21, single. Elected 1st Lt. of the Co., April 23, 1862. Promoted Capt. Sept. 1, 1862. Elected from Sergt. of 3rd Co. B, Washington Arty.

And this, the officers of a company:

Company B - 8th Louisiana Infantry. The Bienville Rifles - Orleans Parish:
Augustin Larose - Captain
William Crayon - 1st Lieutenant
Louis Prados - 2nd Lieutenant
Paul L. Mailloux - Jr. 2nd Lieutenant
Frank Borge - Jr. 2nd Lieutenant

He is included on the Civil War page
Prados, Louis (I3069)
 
11336 Was a silversmith; apparently some of his silver is out there to be collected. He (John Lamothe) appears in the 1822 City Directory at "52 Royal." His father was also a silversmith; a "Pierre Lamothe and Sons" was also in the city at the time. Their names can be found on a google books search.

From the biography of his grandson, Maurice:

"Couret, Maurice, M. D., was born in New Orleans, La., Sept. 17, 1874; son of John Francis and Louise (Lamothe) Couret, both of whom were born in the Louisiana metropolis (the father in 1849), and reside there at this time.

"The paternal grandfather, John B. Couret, was a native of France, and came to America when a young man. He engaged in business in New Orleans and conducted this throughout the remainder of his life, his death occurring in 1886. The maternal grandfather, Lamothe, was a native of Hayti [sic], and came from that island to the United States, locating at New Orleans, at the time the French were expelled from the land of his birth the year following Napoleon's seizure of the ruler of Hayti [sic]. He was a silversmith, especially skilled in the manufacture of spoons and forks, and articles of this description of his handiwork are still retained in the family. He conducted a jewelry store at New Orleans. One of his brothers also became a citizen of the United States and served in the Revolutionary war. " 
Lamothe, Jean Baptiste (I3692)
 
11337 Was born April 15, 1820 and died April 23, 1827 at the age of seven. Nothing can be found about his youth and short life. von Rosenberg, Carl Hermann (I255)
 
11338 Was he married to Elizabeth Watkins? See S194, page 485. Sparrow, Solomon (I7033)
 
11339 Was he the “charpentier de barriques” who married Marguerite Roché? Probably in the late 1720s?

A Marguerite Rochet was born on 4th of August 1711, at La Reole Saint Michel, Gironde. Looking at marriages there between 1726 and 1730 (they are indexed), she does not seem to be the same person. 
Avril, Jean (I16128)
 
11340 Was Reebleman a married name--was her maiden name Lynn? Evidence here? Reebleman, Harriet R. (I2843)
 
11341 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14526)
 
11342 Was she the Elizabeth White who married Philemon Dorsey Ridgely? (S17, page 3.109). White, Elizabeth (I4074)
 
11343 Was this last name Pieters Meet, or Rutgers? Pieters Meet, Wyntje (I9574)
 
11344 Was very active during the Revolution in Frederick Ccunty, Maryland. Bowie, Allen (I4006)
 
11345 Washington, D.C. Evening Star, Tuesday, December 6, 1904, Page 5:

LANSDALE. On Thursday, December 1, 1904, at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. P. Kline, Texarkana, Ark., WALTER B. LANSDALE, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lansdale of this city, aged twenty-two years and six months. 
Lansdale, Walter B. (I11426)
 
11346 We also found where Ezekiel knew the trade of shoemaker. He took a young man to be an apprentice to the trade in August of 1789. He was very active in the courts in Bertie County. Some where around 1792 he sold his land in Bertie Co. and moved his family to Washington County, GA.

Ezekiel owned a large plantation in Washington County with which he owned slaves, horses, cattle and hogs. Notice of the sale of his estate is found on the microfilm spool #18. University of GA Library, in the Louisville Gazette and The Republican Trumpet of Jefferson County, GA. 
Wimberly, Ezekiel (I4884)
 
11347 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14633)
 
11348 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14634)
 
11349 Wedding annoucement, Times-Picayune, 25 Apr. 1943, p42. Pitard, Margaret Elisabeth (I9943)
 
11350 Wedding annoucement, Times-Picayune, 25 Apr. 1943, p42. Dreyfus, Clifton William (I14708)
 
11351 Wedding annoucement, Times-Picayune, 25 Apr. 1943, p42. Family F6963
 
11352 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10444
 
11353 Wedding announcement, New Orleans States, 12 Jan. 1941, sect. 3, p4 Family F109
 
11354 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14871)
 
11355 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10433
 
11356 Wedding announcement, Times-Picayune, 18 Apr. 1904, p9:

Welchley-Vinet

Pointe a la Hache, April 17. Yesterday evening the marriage ceremony of Frederick Welchley and Miss M. Vinet was celebrated at the St. Thomas Catholic Church, in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. Rev. Father Colle officiated. 
Vinet, Elmina (I15075)
 
11357 Wedding announcement, Times-Picayune, 18 Apr. 1904, p9:

Welchley-Vinet

Pointe a la Hache, April 17. Yesterday evening the marriage ceremony of Frederick Welchley and Miss M. Vinet was celebrated at the St. Thomas Catholic Church, in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. Rev. Father Colle officiated. 
Welchley, Frederick (I15076)
 
11358 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10408
 
11359 wedding announcement, Times-Picayune, 19 Sept. 1940, p3 Family F10272
 
11360 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10409
 
11361 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10458
 
11362 Wedding announcement, Times-Picayune, Weds. 16 Aug. 1950, p38:

Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Brasher have issued cards announcing the marriage of their daughter. Mrs. Louis P. Paquet, the former Miss Louise Brasher, to Mr. Alexandre Francis LeDoux, son of Mrs. Ines Pitard LeDoux. The ceremony took place Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in St. Francis Xavier church in Metairie in the presence of immediate members of both families.

(There is a Huguenot Brasseur/Brasher/Brashears family on this site which immigranted to Calvert Co., Maryland in the 17th century, but I doubt she is related.) 
Brasher, Louise (I4217)
 
11363 wedding description in New Orleans States, 15 Aug. 1920, p23 Family F2062
 
11364 wedding description in New Orleans States, 19 Dec. 1920 p38. Family F5411
 
11365 Wedding description, Times-Picayune, 3 Mar. 1945, p12 Family F10388
 
11366 Wedding is described in a social news story in Times-Picayune, 8 Feb. 1943, p17. Also see "Dorothy Hunter is Married to Maj. M.J. LeDoux," in the Advocate (Baton Rouge, La.), 10 Feb. 1943, p8.

A story in the State Times Advocate (Baton Rouge, La.), "43 New Members are Named to LSUNO Faculty," 19 Sept. 1963, names "Dorothy H. Ledoux" as an associate professor of German at Louisiana State University in New Orleans. 
Hunter, Dorothy (I14816)
 
11367 Wedding notice, Observer (New York, NY), 9 Apr. 1809:

At Washington, on Tuesday evening, 28th ult. by the rev. Mr. Addison, John F. Cox, esq. of this city, to Miss Eliza R. Lansdale, daughter of the late Maj. Thomas Lansdale, of Prince George's. 
Lansdale, Eliza (I4038)
 
11368 Wedding notice, Observer (New York, NY), 9 Apr. 1809:

At Washington, on Tuesday evening, 28th ult. by the rev. Mr. Addison, John F. Cox, esq. of this city, to Miss Eliza R. Lansdale, daughter of the late Maj. Thomas Lansdale, of Prince George's. 
Cox, John Florentius (I7160)
 
11369 Wedding record says he’s 33 when married. Oeconomacos, Nicholas (I15490)
 
11370 Well-known politician, patriot, and lawyer. A delegate to the Continental Congress. See his entries in the American National Biography and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. He was a distant cousin of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, who was a signer of the Declaration.

He left his estate to his sister Mary Clare's sons Nicholas and James Maccubbin, provided they changed their names to Carroll, which they did.

See:

"Letters of Charles Carroll, Barrister," MHM 31 (1936) 298-332; 32 (1937) 35-46, 174-190, 348-368; 33 (1938) 187-202, 371-388; 34 (1939) 180-189; 35 (1940) 200-207; 36 (1941) 70-73, 336-344; 37 (1942) 57-68, 414-419. 
Carroll, Charles "The Barrister" (I9763)
 
11371 Welsh names her Susannah Iiams. According to Newman, "There are indications that she was born Susannah Watkins and was the widow of Joseph Taylor at the time of her marriage [to John Iiams]. . . . his widow married Captain Marsh Mareen Duvall, of the Revolutionary Army." Watkins, Susanna (I11474)
 
11372 Went by jacob. In the CSA, and died of yellow fever, both like his younger brother. They likely died in the Yellow Fever epidemic which broke out in La Grange in 1867.

This family is all buried in the same cemetery in Chappell Hill, Texas, but dates from the bible differ from the cemetery as recorded on findagrave. 
Umland, Johann Heinrich Jacob (I4202)
 
11373 What is her relation to the Thomas Ringgold family? Ringgold, Sarah Brooke Lee (I7890)
 
11374 What of this couple's descendants? Caywood, Samuel (I9527)
 
11375 When he registered for the draft in 1917 he was living in Mecklenburg, North Carolina, and was employed at Edgewood Arsenal, Harford, Maryland. He names his nearest relative as Matthew Thomas Stallings, living in North Carolina.

His draft registration for World War 2 notes that he was at that point divorced.

In 1946 a passenger list from New York lists him as a “discharged seaman.” 
Stallings, Chalmers Bonner (I15619)
 
11376 When he registered for the draft in 1917, he had a wife and 1 child, and was a naturalized citizen.

in 1940, his address is the same that his brother-in-law Lucian Cristofaro gives in his 1942 draft registration, at 111 Beech St., Belmont. He was living at this address when he died. Other DiNatales were living there as well, including an Anthony J. DiNatale, according to newspaper reports.

He was probably a police officer in Boston; a number of newspaper articles refer to an office, then a detective, and then a private investigagor Philip J. DiNatale from the 1940s to the 1970s. He seems to have worked on the Boston "Strangler" case in the 1960s. 
di Natale, Philip (I13321)
 
11377 When he registered for the WW2 draft he was working at the Alden Mills in New Orleans. McLellan, Alden Charles (I61)
 
11378 when her husband Edward Sprigg married his second wife. Pile, Elizabeth (I8492)
 
11379 When his sister was married, he had to give permission as she was a minor. According to his obituary he was a printer, and so may have been how Gustave, Louis Octave Pitard’s brother, may have entered the trade. He also appears in Octave Pitard’s probate documents.

Antoine was also one of the sponsors at his sister’s wedding. 
Busquet, Antoine (I11943)
 
11380 When his wife emigrates, she is a widow. Taormina, Antonino (I14103)
 
11381 when his will as proved Webster, John (I8656)
 
11382 When the War ended he was 23 years old. The Marriage Book at Mason County says that he was 27 when married, and Sallie Pollock was 21; both are listed as from Mason County; Leslie Mannen is described as a farmer; their Bondsman is William H. Pollock, presumable Sallie's older brother; and they are to be married "at the residence of Dr. Isaac Pollock, Mason Co., Ky on 4th day of November 1869." (See "MARRIAGES: Marriage County, KY - Marriage Abstracts 10, 1868-1873" at the Mason Co., Kentucky USGenWeb.) There is also a Leslie Mannen who married a Lucretia Hamilton. The correspondence in names is remarkable, but I don't know what to make of it.

The family is listed in the 1880 census for Germantown, Mason Co.; he was a farmer. His family had been tobacco farmers for decades. Both his parents were born in Kentucky.

On 13 January 1887, a notice appeared in the Daily Evening Bulletin in Maysville that "'Squire Leslie Mannen, of Germanton, has returned from Cincinnati, where he went to consult a physician as to the injury to one of his eyes, caused by a ball from a Roman candle Christmas night. The doctor, who is a prominent oculist, gave him no encouragement. The burn was more severe than it was at first thought to be, and has resulted in the complete loss of sight in the injured eye" (found at http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/). I'm not sure why he is called "'Squire" here?

On 22 Aug. 1887 a notice appeared in the Daily Evening Bulletin in Maysville that "Emma Browning has sold to L.H. Mannen one hundred acres of land on Bracken Creek for $3,500. Part of the land is in Mason and part in Bracken County" (found at http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/).

He moved to Galena, Kansas in about 1895 with his family after the family farm played out or went broke. In 1900 the family appears on the census in Galena, Cherokee Co., Kansas; two of his sons are working in the zinc mines; the other two are clerks; and May is in school. Why did they go to Kansas? There are other Mannens out there, though I see none in Galena itself.

He ran for county commissioner in Galena in 1898; an article with an image appeared in The Galena Times on Fri. 4 Nov 1898, p4, c3.

Family history has it that he was a substantial citizen—well off, and perhaps a member of the state legislature, but that he drank himself to death. That he was at least interested in state office is confirmed by his obituary, which says that he ran for county commissioner while living in Galena, Kansas in 1898. The obituary also confirms he was an alcoholic, mentioning that he died of cirrhosis of the liver; it also cryptically mentiones that "As has been the case with many others, his worst enemy was himself." This was a disease that he seems to have passed on to one or more of his male children. 
Mannen, Leslie Hamilton (I348)
 
11383 when will proved. Mears, Sarah (I7793)
 
11384 Which Rachel Ann Waters was he married to? Newman is not clear here.

Biography, dated 1898: "Born at Clarksburg, Montgomery County, Md., December 14, 1829; son of Richard R. Waters. Educated at Rockville Academy; taught private school; student to Frs. Dunbar and P.C. Williams, 1856-57; M.D. University of Maryland, 1858; has practiced ever since at Watersville, Carroll County, Md.; recently has been connected with the Treasury Department of Maryland, which has necessitated frequent visits to Annapolis, and practices have consequently been limited amost entirely to consultations." 
Waters, Dr. Somerset Richard (I5342)
 
11385 Which Richard is this? "Richard Waters," MHM 3 (1908) 182-183. Waters, Richard (I210)
 
11386 While a huge help, this book is not clear to use. Newman's chapter on Madam Mary Duvall Hall and her descendants (S152, pub. 1952) is much clearer. If there is a conflict, I take Newman to supersede Hall. Source Source: S47 (S47)
 
11387 Who was he? To answer this, the question is: what Mannens died before Jan. 1834, his wife's second marriage, in (most likely) Mason or Bracken Co.?

Since Mary Cushman's parents were immigrants to Mason Co., it would be logical to assume that she married him there. Yet there is no marriage record of this couple in Mason Co. or in Bracken Co.

• In 1819, a John Mannen is listed as leaving an estate in Mason Co., and as having left a will. This is a candidate.
• In 1822, a John Mannen died and left a will in Mason County. This is a candidate.
• In 1832, a John Mannen is listed as having left an estate, with no will, in Mason Co. This is a likely candidate.
• In 1834, a James Mannen is listed as having left an estate, with no will, in Mason Co. This is another candidate.
• There was a John Mannen (1785-1835) who m. 27 Feb. 1830 to Sally Tarrant (1811-1836).

There seem to be several John Mannens with Revolutionary War records, but none filed a pension claim in Bracken or Mason counties.

About one resource: "J.D. Mannen, 1800-1854, NC, KY," in Researcher, Chillicother, MO. Vol. 50 (Mar. 1974). I've not see this, but I assume that it's the same person as in this source: "Family Records: Mannen and Herndon," Southern Kentucky Genealogical Society (Bowling Green KY) 4.4 (Fall 1980): 3. This is a typescript. It contains records of a John Dickinson Mannen who was born in 1800 in Edgecomb, N.C.; it's pretty confusing to follow. Families are from VA, NC, and KY. I don't see a connection to this family. 
Mannen (I13471)
 
11388 Who were her ancestors? She appears on the Virginia Mysteries page.

Chalkley, 2.292 records that "Richard Trotter and Nancy Strain, widow" stood as surety for "Danl. Early" on November (?) 27, 1790.

Augusta Co. Land record:

D. Bk. 33-524, Mar. 29. 1804: Richard Trotter & Agnes his wife, Robert Strain, Jane Strain & Agnes Strain heirs of James Strain deceased all of Jefferson Co., Tenn. appoint John Strain of Augusta Co. to sell their part of land in Augusta Co. [signed] Richard Trotter, Agnes Trotter, Jane Strain, Agnes Strain.

Apparently this part of the family had, then, all moved to Jefferson Co., Tennessee; Allen had moved to Blount Co.

Note that an Agnes Strain daughter of James Strain Sr. is noted here: who is she? Since this Nancy is designated by her middle name, I presume one of the daughters' middle names was Agnes--probably Nancy.

Another land record, Augusta Co., Virginia:

D. bk. 34, p. 257, Dec. 18, 1807: Richard Trotter & Agnes, Robert Strain, James Strain, & Agnes Strain all of the state of Tenn. by John Strain their attorney & John Strain & Nancy of Augusta to Isaac Yearout their parts of the estate of James Strain deceased, subject to dower of Agnes Strain their mother, who has since inter married with Richard Trotter, together with Robert Strain, Jane Strain & Agnes Strain children & heirs of James Strain - also another 1/8 part they purchased from their sister Polly Connelly's husband David Connelly. Polly is deceased, Arthur Connelly & James Strain Connelley infant children of Polly Connelly. 
McLintock, Nancy Agnes (I11913)
 
11389 Who were her parents--how, that is, is she related to the rest of the Groos family by birth? Groos, Louise Johannette Wilhelmine Elizabeth (I1766)
 
11390 Who were his parents? How is he related to his wife's first husband Ninian Beall Jr.?

Data needs confirmation. 
Beall, William (I9051)
 
11391 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I13007)
 
11392 Widow of Caleb Mercer Pierce, Mary (I13180)
 
11393 Widow of Charles Harmar. Southey, Ann (I11819)
 
11394 Widow of James Berry. She had 4 children with her husband John Sherwood. Pitt, Elizabeth (I12121)
 
11395 Widow of James Worstall. Warner, Sarah (I13251)
 
11396 Widow of Mary Norton Mary (I4656)
 
11397 Widow of Nicholas Newlin, and before that, widow of James Walter. Jackson, Ann (I2004)
 
11398 Widow of Samuel Russell.

see: L. Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937 
Doughty, Mary (I10373)
 
11399 Widow of Thomas Atkinson. She requested to join the Society on July 17, 1765, apparently in order to join the Friends to marry James Moore.

She apparently died in childbirth after the birth of her daughter Mary. 
Wildman, Mary (I2003)
 
11400 Widow of Thomas Singleton. Clarke, Mary (I13565)
 
11401 Widower of her sister Anna. Cooper, William P. (I9947)
 
11402 Wilhelmine is on the top left of the picture; Hulda her sister is in the center; Minna, daughter of Carl Wilhelm, is on the front right. von Rosenberg, Wilhelmine (I271)
 
11403 will Skinner, William Jr. (I6959)
 
11404 Will abstract: 403) 25 Mar 1890 - 28 Oct 1890
SKINNER, Levin W, dec
Adm - Alexander S SKINNER, agent of Susanna SKINNER
Sureties - Alexander S SKINNER & W. Henry SKINNER
Widow - Susanna SKINNER

See Dorchester Co., MD Genealogical Magazine website, http://members.tripod.com/~dcgm/dcgmindex.html 
Skinner, Levin W. (I7458)
 
11405 Will Book B., p. 396-97; recorded 8 Oct. 1804 Phillips, James (I12496)
 
11406 Will Book, Vol 34, 1909-1910; case 93491 Loney, Eliza A. (I4359)
 
11407 Will Book, Vol 37, 1913-1915 McLellan, George Merrill (I3381)
 
11408 Will date Pollock, David (I5901)
 
11409 Will date 17 Mar. 1819 in Middlesex Co., NJ; probated 27 June 1820 in New Brunswick, NJ. Hutchinson, Anne (I789)
 
11410 Will date 7 Dec. 1663 Ewen, Susanna (I8402)
 
11411 will date, not death date Iddings, Richard Jr. (I10025)
 
11412 Will dated 11 May, proved 14 June 1671 Wells, Richard (I5562)
 
11413 will dated 12 Dec. 1735, proved May 1738 in Chester, England Lansdale, John (I3972)
 
11414 will dated 1688/89, inventoried 1691/92 Barker, Robert (I10369)
 
11415 Will dated 1699, proved 1703 Pollock, Capt. Robert (I5940)
 
11416 Will dated 17 June 1743 Demoss, Lewis/Louis Jr. (I9882)
 
11417 Will dated 1893, probated 1903 Hamilton, Herod (I12598)
 
11418 Will dated 2 Feb 1773, proved 26 May 1773 Hambleton, John (I6915)
 
11419 Will dated 2 Feb; prob. 2 Sept. 1919 Lansdale, Richard Hyatt "Uncle Dick" (I282)
 
11420 Will dated 26 Sept. 1757; proved 3 Nov. 1757 Hambleton, Philemon (I7515)
 
11421 will dated 28 Nov., proved 11 Dec. 1794. Weems, John (I9029)
 
11422 Will dated 29 May, proved 4 Aug. 1674 Beedle, Henry (I8919)
 
11423 will dated 30 Dec. 1674, proved 9 Feb. 1674/5 Ewen, Sophia (I8917)
 
11424 will dated April 9, 1798; Will Book B, p. 1-3; recorded 24 Dec. 1798 Phillips, John William (I5876)
 
11425 Will dated Dec. 1, 1722; proved Jul 24, 1725 Hambleton, William Jr. (I7516)
 
11426 will dated Jan 19, 1754; proved Oct. 21, 1755 Sherwood, Margaret (I7517)
 
11427 will dated this year Franklin, Richard (I3518)
 
11428 Will executed on 2 Nov. 1768 in Baltimore Co. Govane, William (I5976)
 
11429 Will filed in 1614 Ayleworth, Walter (I5574)
 
11430 will made 28 Feb. 1669 Turner, Humphrey (I10379)
 
11431 Will probate date Pollock, Joseph (I5949)
 
11432 will probate date Hibberd, Benjamin (I10989)
 
11433 will probate date, in London; the will names his four children; will composed on Sept. 7, 1620 Williams, James (I12512)
 
11434 Will probated 17 June 1739 Gilbert, Garvis (I11154)
 
11435 will probated 17 June 1890 Griffith, Mary Ann (I4804)
 
11436 Will Probated 5 Apr. 1690; Sarah is named as wife. He notes his son John, an unborn child, and son Joseph.

Skordas gives the following Brewers. This is clearly several different families, settling on different parts of the Bay:

Brewer, Elizabeth . . . widow of John. Acquired a track of land called "Widow's Chance" in Talbot Co. 640 acres, 1664.
Brewer, George . . . transported about 1658 by Lieut. Col. Jarboe with Ann, his wife.
Brewer, Han'a. . . . transported 1676
Brewer, John . . . transported 1674
Brewer, John . . . orphan of John, of Anne Arundel Co., died 1677
Brewer, Nicholas . . . of Dorchester Co. Service 1669.
Brewer, Susanna . . . transported 1672
Brewer, Thomas . . . transported 1665
Brewer, Thomas . . . transported Oct. 1667 
Brewer, John Jr. (I8608)
 
11437 will probated in April 1757 Griffith, Orlando (I8981)
 
11438 will probated July 13, 1727 in A.A. County; executrix was Rachel Giles Giles, John (I11889)
 
11439 will probated March 12, 1781 Lansdale, Richard (I3924)
 
11440 will probated Nov. 8, 1726 Pollock, James (I5891)
 
11441 will probated on 20 Dec 1824 Cummings, Araminta (I8754)
 
11442 will probated on 9 March 1829 Duckett, Martha (I8147)
 
11443 Will probated on Jan 15, 1816  Duckett, Martha (I7115)
 
11444 will probated on Sept. 28, 1727; administratrix Elizabeth Welsh; next of kin were Richard and Robert Welsh Welsh, Benjamin (I5239)
 
11445 will probated on this date Hutchinson, Jonathan (I905)
 
11446 will proved 28 Feb. 1707/8 Sellman, John (I8132)
 
11447 will proved 30 Dec. 1741 Hambleton, William (I6918)
 
11448 Will proved April 28, 1731. Cockey, Elizabeth (I1384)
 
11449 Will proved Baltimore Co., Maryland May 1, 1684/5 Cromwell, William (I12101)
 
11450 Will proved June 19, 1801 Beans, William Sr. (I4269)
 
11451 Will proved May 8, 1791 Throckmorton, Rebecca (I12028)
 
11452 will proven that year. Welsh, Henry Oneil (I5990)
 
11453 will recorded on Dec. 1, 1725, but the will itself is missing. Phillips, William (I12506)
 
11454 will recorded on Jan. 17, 1726 in Richmond Co. Williams, Susannah (I12507)
 
11455 will T. No. 1 Prince Geo. Co. Md. fol. 226 Duckett, Richard (I6638)
 
11456 Will was dated 27 Oct. 1819. Hutchinson, Joseph (I839)
 
11457 will was written in 1701, but Shirk records his last child as born in abt 1706 (Joseph; see 38) Talbott, John (I10728)
 
11458 will written 1638. Ayleworth, Frances (I5571)
 
11459 Will written April 2, 1768; proved Sept. 13, 1768 Williams, Richard Sr. (I3627)
 
11460 Will written in 1705, probated in 1710 Ridgely, Col. Henry Sr. (I8193)
 
11461 Will written in this year Howard, John Jr. (I8435)
 
11462 Willhouse calls her "Mollie Reed"; I assume that this is the same as the "Mary" in the 1880 census. Reed, Mary "Mollie" L. (I11413)
 
11463 William also appears in some southern records, though he seems to have settled in Pennsylvania, and descendants named “Maupay” living in in the Philadelphia area later in the century all appear to descend from him (via his son Daniel).

He appears on a passenger manifest for a journey from Panama to New Orleans in 1850. In 1860, however, he was living in Philadelphia, so he seems not to have settled in the south, though some of his children did. In 1880, when he was recorded on the census in Philadelphia, his children were living in Mobile, and his son Alfred was born in New Orleans.

Note that his son William also has a wife named Amanda (Birely). 
Maupay, William Augustus (I14130)
 
11464 William Bucey was employed to act as overseer by Dr. Franklin Waters in September of 1853, according to a ledger book at Essex. Bucey, William Henry (I6858)
 
11465 William is on the left of the picture.

In the 1930 census he and his wife Ella are living as the mother and father of “M. Jacobs” in Dallas. M. Jacobs was 45, female, widowed, and born in Texas.

By date this should be Mamie, but might it be their oldest daughter Edna (Mildred)? 
Tomlinson, William Ruben (Willie) (I3876)
 
11466 Wilson, Hawley, and Williams give 1837 as the birth year; there is a transcription error here somewhere. Levensaler, Dr. Henry Coombs (I1665)
 
11467 wimfamhistory has him married to Mary Hutchinson, b. abt. 1839, on 10 Mary 1858 in DeSoto Co., though it does not record his parents, which I take from the 1850 census. Wimberly, Wesley (I10064)
 
11468 With a degree in English Lansdale, John "Jack" Jr. (I11)
 
11469 with father William as HOH. Cooper, Asahel Walker (I4802)
 
11470 with her grandfather Prados; age 19 Pitard, Ines Marie (I151)
 
11471 with her grandfather Prados; aged 16 Pitard, Lucie Marie (I153)
 
11472 with her grandfather Prados; aged 18 Pitard, Audrey Marie (I152)
 
11473 With her husband Robert she had 9 children in all. Honour (I10505)
 
11474 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)
 
11475 With his brothers-in-law Thomas Moore and Isaac Briggs, he was a key founder of Triadelphia. Bentley, Caleb (I5532)
 
11476 with his father; aged 34 Pitard, Wallis Francis (I134)
 
11477 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I154)
 
11478 with his grandfather Prados; aged 22 Pitard, Clarence James Jr. (I150)
 
11479 Wonderful to read through! Source Source: S179 (S179)
 
11480 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)
 
11481 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I194)
 
11482 Written by a descendant of Capt. Tomlinson; it is available on the “Texas Histories” page on this website. Source Source: S257 (S257)
 
11483 written in 1785; probated in on 29 Sept. 1788 Duckett, Richard (I6637)
 
11484 www.archinoe.fr/cg47/visualiseur/registre_visu.php?PHPSID=9639b9d24db0282b6ebab61c5404ae69&id=470030156 Larroque, Henri (I15190)
 
11485 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1047)
 
11486 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1055)
 
11487 Yates may have been her maiden name, or the name of her first huband. Yates, Ann (I12505)
 
11488 year he applied for a pension Pitard, Mortimer Armand (I13922)
 
11489 Year he wrote his will. Giles, John III (I428)
 
11490 Yet another descendant who moved to Mason Co., Kentucky. Dye, Kenneth (I9465)
 
11491 zinc mines Mannen, Amos Turney "Turn" (I4116)
 
11492 Zulma is a widow on the 1910 census. Irving, Luke (I15228)
 
11493 [sic] Family F7681
 
11494 Fields, Antoinette (I4972)
 
11495 {This essay is an incomplete study, as the author says, but nevertheless a wonderful start to the study of the family.} Source Source: S328 (S328)
 
11496 “According to family tradition Joseph Sprigg is said to have been several times married. It can be proved that he married twice. His first wife Hannah was the daughter of Hon. Philip Lee, Member of the Council of Maryland, and widow of Thomas Bowie. His second wife was Margaret daughter of James Weems of Calvert County, and widow of Elzey. They were married 8 April 1781, and she died in 1783.”

See: Christopher Johnston, "Sprigg Family," MHM 8 (1913) 74-84; he is there recorded as having 9 children by his first wife, and just the one by his second. 
Sprigg, Joseph (I4049)
 
11497 “after 1650” because he did not immigrate in 1650 with his parents.

There are 4 more generations of the Gott family in Allnut's article, beginning with this Richard's son Anthony, which I do not record in this tree. 
Gott, Richard (I8380)
 
11498 “age de cinquante cinq ans” Bruslé, Jeanne (I8296)
 
11499 “aged 51Ys 8Ms 10Ds” Clagett, Anne Watkins (I16241)
 
11500 “Aged 76 Ys. 10 Ms. 16 Ds.” Williams, Rev. William (I16234)
 
11501 “Aged 81 Ys. 3 Ms. 29 Ds.” Jones, Elizabeth (I16245)
 
11502 “aged 93 years” Clagett, Jane (I16244)
 
11503 “aged about 24 years” at her marriage. Birth date given on the baptismal record. Jullien, Claire (I16331)
 
11504 “aged about eighty-eight” Ginier, Marguerite (I16293)
 
11505 “aged about sixty-five” at his death. Fouque, François (I16292)
 
11506 “agee de sept ans et quatre mois”: https://archives.gironde.fr/ark:/25651/vta246d6e8a7575cf7e/daogrp/0/278 Avril, Arnaud (I16118)
 
11507 “Alleines Choice,” Thomas Allein, 5 1/4 Acres - Unpatented Certificate 24; - MSA S1212-24 Allein, Thomas (I5640)
 
11508 “at cette Eglise Marie Claire Joseph Fouque fils de Joseph et de Anne Cecile Meisson morte hier agée de douze jours,” about 12 years old.  Fouque, Marie Claire Josephe (I16359)
 
11509 “Barbare” on her son Jean Baptiste’s marriage record. Barbard, Jeanne (I15324)
 
11510 “Brother of Francis” Stockett, Capt. Thomas (I5412)
 
11511 “denviron quarante huit ans, vuef de defunte Jean Brulle Macquiau, Guillaume (I8295)
 
11512 “diffunt” on his daughter’s marriage record. le Tort, Guillaume (I8302)
 
11513 “Du 18 pluviose an XII de la République française . . . “ Family F5916
 
11514 “feu” at daughter Anne Rose’s marriage Jullien, Jean (I16338)
 
11515 “feu” on her daughter Elizabeth’s marriage record. Jeanneau, Jean (I16154)
 
11516 “feu” on her daughter Jeanne’s marriage record. Touche, Marie (I16108)
 
11517 “fille jumelle,” twin sister, of Jeanne Renée.

Godfather, Pierre Mangere
Godmother, Perinne Drouadenne (grandmother) 
Pitard, Perinne (I8250)
 
11518 “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)
 
11519 “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)
 
11520 “I.D. Birdsong” is the name on his son’s death certificate. Birdsong, James D. (I15986)
 
11521 “Judge of Supreme Court of Ohio, 1803; U. S. Judge for Territory of Michigan 1805, for Orleans 1806, for Louisiana 1812, and for Illinois 1813; District Judge of State of Missouri.” Sprigg, William (I15992)
 
11522 “Lebanon,” John Thomas, 540 1/2 Acres - Patented Certificate 875 - MSA S1189-927 Thomas, John (I8009)
 
11523 “Leslie Cushman Mannen” appears in the Social Security Index (568-10-6192) as being born on 2 Dec. 1878 in Kentucky.

Is he the "Amos" Mannen listed in the 1880 census? He is the only possibility, since the other three are acounted for, and he would be the correct age.

He registered for the WW1 Draft in Salt Lake City. He lists his occupation as Miner. His birthdate on the application is December 7, 1881.

See under his grandfather John Mannen for the likely origin of his name. 
Mannen, Leslie Cushman "Cush" (I4117)
 
11524 “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)
 
11525 “Marie Gourcie[r]” is the transcription of her name on her daughter Maria’s marriage record to Joseph Fouque. Gournier, Marie (I15654)
 
11526 “Marie Magdeleine MacGille, Widow Mestoyer” appears as a witness to the 1812 baptism of Joseph Avril in New Orleans.

She could be the Marie Monique MacGille who was baptised on 9 Sept 1766 in Jacmel. 
Macgille, Marguerite (I15402)
 
11527 “neé le meme jour” as her baptism Gamard, Catherine Françoise (I15418)
 
11528 “Pierre François Troyon” is present at the burial of his father Pierre in 1746. Troyon, Pierre (I8343)
 
11529 “saloon keeper,” aged 42, born in Canada Peltier, Napoleon (I15966)
 
11530 “Tesandier” or “Tysandier” in the records.

The link between Michel Touche and Jeanne Tessandier and their children is clear on the children’s baptismal records. What is not clear is that Marie Touche their daughter is necessarily the Marie Touche who married Arnaud Reynier. I believe, however, that it it is more than merely probable. There is no other Touche family evident in the Saint-Michel-de-Fronsac parish records. 
Tessandier, Jeanne (I16158)
 
11531 “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 Source: S464 (S464)
 
11532 “The chart contains many more family lines of Miss Baldwin, but her Anne Arundel Ancestry is the only one depicted here.” Source Source: S279 (S279)
 
11533 “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)
 
11534 “Will of Lewes Stockette, Surveyor of the Works to Her Majesty” Stockett, Lewis (I9265)
 

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