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||William, son and heir, Earl of Glouceste, certified to holding a great many knights fees, married Hawyse, daughter of Robert, surnamed Bossu, Earl of Leicester. ||FITZ ROBERT, William (I22358)
||William, who maried Isabel, daughter of Richard, Earl of Pembroke, and by her obtained the honor of her title and thus became Earl of Pembroke; on the death of his brother John became Lord Marshal and on the day of the coronation of King John was invested with the sword of the Earldom of Striguil (or Pembroke), being then confirmed in the possession of said inheritance; was prominent temp. Richard I, John and Henry III, was buried in the Temple Church. ||MARSHALL, Sir William (I37974)
||Williams was brought up in the business with his father, and on his retiring, succeeding him, continuing and enlarging it until 1865 when he sold out. ||LINCOLN, William Slosson (I36077)
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||Willie W. Hedrick, of Crocker, was born April 12, 1918, at Crocker the son of Marion Frances and Harriet Elizabeth (Rose) Hedrick and departed this life on Sunday, January 4, 2009, in the Lake Regional Hospital, Osage Beach, Mr. Hedrick had attained the age of 90 years, 8 months and 22 days.|
Mr. Hedrick was united in marriage on October 17, 1936 to Altha Belle Fancher and to this union four children were born. he was preceded in death by his 1st wife on September 7, 1985; his 2nd wife, Helen Louie Hedrick; his parents; one brother, Leonard Hedrick; five sisters, 2 infants and Mae Parrish, Florence Donnan and Ethel Walters; and one grandson, Scott Allen Hedrick.
Mr. Hedrick was a veteran of the United States Navy; a member of the Croker Christian Church; the Veteran's of Foreign Wars Post 4956, Crocker: The National Rifle Association; and the Fox Hunters Association. he had worked as an electrician at Fort Leonard Wood for thirty years.
Those left to mourn the passing of Mr. Hedrick include: two sons and daughters-in-law, William Leonard and Ruth Hedrick, Tucson, Arizona and Dennis Wayne and Jan Hedrick, state of Tennessee; two daughters and sons-in-law, Wanda Lea and John D. Ferguson, Sunrise Beach and Helen Bernice and Don G. Lawson, Wright City; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were conducted for Mr. Hedrick at 11:00 A.M., Wednesday, January 7, 2009, in the Long Funeral Home, Crocker with Bro. Larry Richardson, pastor of the Crocker Christian Church, officiating. "Go Rest High on That Mountain", "When I Get to Where I'm Going", and "I Want to Stroll Across Heaven With You" were played for the funeral services.
Interment with full military honors was in the Crocker Cemetery under the direction of the Long Funeral Home, Crocker. Pallbearers for Mr. Hedrick were Kenneth English, Jefrey Hill, Michael Hill, Bruce Parrish, Rick Zweerink and Morris Roam.
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Pulaski County, Missouri Obituaries
|HEDRICK, William Watson (I85402)
||Wilma F. Slawson, 87, of Amarillo died Sunday, July 12, 2009.|
Services will be at 3 p.m. today in Griggs-Schooler-Gordon Funeral Directors Pioneer Chapel, 5400 S. Bell St., with the Rev. Robert Field officiating. Burial will be in Penwell Gable Cemetery in Topeka, Kan.
Wilma was born April 3, 1922, in Wilson County, Kan. She married Lewis Leroy Slawson on Nov. 29, 1942. They moved to Amarillo in 1957.
She was one of the 99 original founding members of Kingswood Methodist Church. She retired as manager of food services at Fannin Junior High School after more than 20 years of service.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis Leroy Slawson; two sisters; and a brother.
Survivors include a daughter, Jana Moore and husband Wayne of Amarillo; a grandson, Daryl Lewis Moore and wife Tonia; two great-grandsons, Ethan and Eli Moore; twin great-granddaughters, Hayli and Ashli Moore; three stepgrandchildren, Sheri Burns, Steve Moore and Scott Moore; six stepgreat-grandchildren; two stepgreat-great-grandchildren; a sister, Verta Chandler of Buffalo, Kan.; and many nieces and nephews.
The family suggests memorials be to Georgia Manor Nursing Home, 2611 W. 46th Ave., Amarillo, TX 79110-1735.
Leave online condolences at www.mem.com.
Amarillo Globe-News, July 13, 2009
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|CHAPMAN, Wilma (I10814)
||WILSON - Funeral services for Roy James Slawson, 83, of Wilson are scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, at Alexander Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jason Williams and Bro. Clint Walker officiating. Interment will follow at Hewitt Cemetery in Wilson.|
Roy James Slawson was born June 12, 1931, at Wilson to the late Clifford B. Slawson and Woneda (Glenn) Slawson. He departed this life Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014, at the Mercy Hospital of Healdton.
Roy was born and raised north of Wilson near the ole iron top bridge behind what is now the Healdton Lake. He attended Rexroat school and married the former Mona Katherine Jordan on Dec. 1, 1955, at Gainesville, Texas. They travelled extensively following work moving back to Wilson in 1972. They made their home north of Wilson and later on South Rotary. Roy continued following work as a welder but always had his family and home at Wilson. He was a very accomplished welder and talented musician. He played the lead guitar for several bands which included musicians, Ernest Shellenberger, Wayne Cormany and Leonard Slawson. Mona preceded him in death on April 5, 1988. After her passing, Roy continued to work for as long as he was able. He also enjoyed shooting pool with Paul Knight.
In addition to Mona, also preceding him in death were his parents; son-in-law, Ronald Vandver; and grandson, Jason Bethea.
Survivors include three sons, James Slawson and wife, Nina of Woodward, Clifford Slawson and wife, Becky of Healdton and Roy Slawson and wife, Barbara of Wilson; daughter, Kathy Peters and husband, Frank of Ringling; brothers, Merle Slawson and wife, Charlotte of Norman and Larry Slawson and wife, Debbie of Lone Grove; sisters, Glenna Martin and husband, Virdell of Healdton, Genevieve Ingram and Lawrence of Dundee and Virginia Quaid and husband, Tommy of Healdton; special friend, Christine Jones of Lone Grove; nine grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and numerous other family and friends.
Pallbearers are James Slawson, Clifford Slawson, Roy Lynn Slawson, Clifford Ray Slawson, Roy James Slawson Jr. and RJ Vandver.
Honorary bearers are Jason Michael Bethae, Justin Bethae, Joseph Bethae, Dillon Slawson, Jerry Wayne Hacker and Lane Slawson.
Family visitation will be from 6 to 8 this evening at Alexander Funeral Home of Wilson.
Special thanks to Cross Timbers Hospice, Mercy Hospital Healdton nurses and staff; and Dr. Mark Newey.
Condolences may be sent online at www.alexanderfuneralhome.org.
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|SLAWSON, Roy James (I86349)
||Windsor Vital Records. ||Source (S03587)
||Winona Co, MN Biographies|
REUBEN GATES, farmer, has been a resident of St. Charles since 1860; having purchased eighty acres of land on Sec. 23, in 1859, he settled here with his family the following year. He subsequently bought eighty acres more on Sec. 26, adjoining the first purchase; his farm lies half on either side of the St. Charles and Winona road; is very nearly level, and is a sight with its neat buildings and other improvements, to delight the vision of a tidy agriculturist. Willis Gates, father of this subject, was born in Ackworth, New Hampshire, and married Miss Almira Hulett, of Weathersfield, Vermont. He settled on a farm in Elizabethtown, Essex county, New York, where Reuben Gates was born on July 28, 1826. He assisted his father on the farm and in the operation of a sawmill, attending the common school of his native town. At twenty four years old he purchased a farm, and has always been a tiller of the soil. On March 11, 1851, he was married to Eliza Wakefield; her father, Johnathan Wakefield, was born in New Hampshire. and her mother, Rebecca Haven, was a descendant of Richard Haven, Who emigrated from England to America in 1640, and was born at Newport, Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Gates were members of the Baptist church in New York, and still cherish the faith of that sect. In public affairs Mr. Gates affiliates with the republican party, always has and expects to; he was assessor of St. Charles township in 1870, and supervisor one year. Two children complete the family circle. Erford E., the eldest, was born December 19, 1857; he married Eva W. Leonard, and is settled on a farm on Sec. 26, near his father. Lillie O. was born April 17, 1853; she married Dr. C. S. Dixon and resides at Somonauk, Illinois.
|GATES, Reuben (I24383)
||Winona Daily News|
March 23, 1955 pg 8
MARCH 23, 1955
Plainview, Minn. (Special) - Funeral services were held March 8 at Cleveland, Ohio for Lloyd Slawson, 59, a native of Plainview who died at tucson, Arizona, March 4, following a heart attack.
Born here in June 1896, Slawson was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Slawson. the family later moved to Morris, Minnesota, before Slawson entered business in Cleveland.
Surviving are: his wife, Ann; a son Harry; 4 sisters, Miss Maude Slawson, Columbus Ohio, Mrs Leon DePul, Silver springs Md; Mrs. Owen Wagoner, tucson , Ariz, and Mrs. Arthur Marin, Los Angeles; 2 step-daughters and a number of cousins in the Plainview area.
|SLAWSON, Lloyd Edward (I51811)
||Wisconsin Historical Society. ||Source (S04333)
||Wisconsin Historical Society: Vital Records. ||Source (S03588)
||Wisconsin Land Grants. ||Source (S03589)
||With Aethelred II, bought Danes in England, tore down London Bridge (commemorated in nursery rhyme "London Bridge is falling down"), fought in western Europe, became sole ruler of Norway and forcibly Christianized inhabitants, slain during eclipse of 31 Aug 1030 at Stiklestad fighting Knut (Canute), King of England and Denmark. ||St. Olaf II (I27267)
||With her dark hair and luminous eyes, Florence became the center of her fathers' world. But when scarlet fever struck in 1882, the dearly loved four-year old Florence died.|
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|CRITTENTON, Florence J. (I78438)
||With his brother Samuel he bought 40 acres of land in 1647 from Thomas Danforth and 200 acres in 1652 from the heirs of Nathaniel Sparhawk. This land was held in common by the two brothers until 3 May 1661, when it was divided between them. He and his first wife, Mary, were received into full communion in the church 8 Jan. 1661 and he was admitted as a freeman 27 May 1663. He made a marriage contract with John Rediat, the father of his second wife, 2 Jan. 1673. ||HYDE, Sergt. Jonathan (I31665)
||With his father, he was in arms against the cornish rebels at Blackheath in June 1497. He was Knight of the Body to King Henry VIII, and by 1512 was rapidly rising in royal favour. He was Ambassador to the Emperor Maximilian in the Low Countries, P.C. 1518, Ambassador to France January 1518/9, appointed to be present at the Field of Cloth of Gold, Comptroller of the Household 1520, and Treasurer thereof, 1522-25. His acquisition of numerous Stewardships and Keeperships and gradually of high honours marks the progress of the favour which his daughters Mary and Anne in turn, found in the eyes of King Henry VIII. He was creaed Viscount Rachford on 18 June 1525, Earl of Wiltshire in England and Earl of Ormond in Ireland on 8 Dec 1529. He was present at the baptism of his grand-daughter Princess Elizabeth on 10 Sep 1533. His wife died at the Abbot of Reading's place, beside Baynard's Castle, on 3 Apr 1538, and was buried in the Howard aisle in Lambeth Church. He was still at Court in 1538 but had lost most of his influence. Thomas Boleyn, Earl of Wiltshire, died aged sixty-one at Hever on 12 Mar 1538/9, and was buried there. ||BOLEYN, Sir Thomas (I72930)
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||World War I Military Service:|
Service number 154-02-48
Enlisted at RECRUITING TATION NEWARK NEW JERSEY
Age at Entrance: 18 yrs. 1 mo. Rate APPRENTICE SEAMAN U.S.M.R.F.
Home Address: Chester, Orange Co., New York
HOME AWAITING ORDERS 7-5-17 to 8-14-17
NAVAL TRAINING STATION
NEWPORT R.I. 8-14-17 to 10-26-17
USS GEORGIA 10-26-17 to 3-1-18
Served as: APPRENTICE SEAMAN for 113 days
HARVARD RADIO SCHOOL
CAMBRIDGE MASS 3-1-18 to 7-12-18
Served as: SEAMAN 2 CLASS for 258 days
ARMED DRAFT DETAIL
NEW YORK N.Y. 7-12-18 to 8-18-18
SS DESOTA 8-18-18 to 11-11-18
Served as ELECTRICIAN 3 CLASS RADIO For 123 Days
Discharged 7-16-20 - DISTRICT COMMUNICATION SUPERINTENDENT
NEW YORK, N.Y
Rating as Discharge: ELECTRICIAN 2 CLASS - RADIO
|PURDY, Willard Elliott (I75093)
||Worldconnect - Post-em: George Palmer Ransom, (1762-1850), was a member of his father's company. He was taken prisoner, endured privations in Canada; finally escaped and erved to the close of the war. ||RANSOM, George Palmer (I45853)
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Old Sea Captain Passes Away at His Home at Wareham - May 25, 1916, pg. 1 One by one the old sea captains, who piloted the sailing craft about the world and engaged in the whaling industry, are pasing away. The latest to go is Capt. Arthur H. Hammond of Wareham. Funeral services were held at his late home on Main Street, Tuesday afternoon, by Rev. A.C. Brown of the Methodist Church. Captain Hammond was the son of Arthur H. and Bethis Crapo Hammond, and was born on Jan. 17, 1836. At the age of 17, he began to follow the sea, sailing with the whaling fleet from Marion and New Bedford, and became a skillful navigator. For many years he commanded the "Admiral Blake" and William Wilson." He was a man of integrity and great industry and was much respected by his fellow townsmen. On March 30, 1859, he married Sophia M. Savery of Marion, who survives him. He also leaves a son, Arthur H. of Wareham and a daughter, Mrs. A.L. McKenzie of Walpole. The burial was in the family lot at North Marion.
|HAMMOND, Arthur H. (I27084)
||WorldConnect- Post-em: Elisha Eggleston (1720-1804) who had served inthe early wars from Connecticut, was a private in the Revolution from New York. He was born in Minden, Conn., died in Essex County, New York. ||EGGLESTON, Elisha (I20635)
||WorldConnect: Post-em note from Carol Page Tilson. ||Source (S03661)
||WorldConnect: Post-em note from Debbie Staggs. ||Source (S03662)
||WorldConnect: Post-em note from Diana Lineman. ||Source (S03663)
||Worth County, Iowa Biographies. ||Source (S03664)
||Would have been heir, but for the forfeiture of his father's honours in 1461, 4th Lord Hungerford and 2nd Lord Moleyns.|
Having taken part with the Lancastrins, Sir Thomas Hungerford was attainted and put to death near Salisbury as a traitor in 1469.
|HUNGERFORD, Sir Thomas Knt. (I89714)
||WP Jones Obituary, Source Medium: Newspaper|
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||Wright, Eugene (Name: 3945 Bradford St; #128, La Verne, CA 91750;), Source Medium: (null)|
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||WUELLNER, Wilhelm H. - Professor of New Testament Studies at Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, for 28 years was also a dedicated researcher into the causes and treatment of prostate cancer for 18 years. Born in Bochum, Germany, February 21, 1927, son of Wilhelm and Emma Wullner, he took his theological degree at Marburg University, Germany, before immigrating to the USA in 1954. He earned his Ph.D. in Hermeneutical Studies of the New Testament at Chicago Divinity School in 1958 and was ordained into the Lutheran ministry the same year. There followed 35 years as Professor of New Testament at Grinnell College, IA, Hartford Seminary Foundation in Hartford, CT, and finally at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA until his retirement in 1993. He was author and co-author of two books and numerous articles in Biblical and Rhetorical journals and active in international academic and theological conferences with lecture and teaching tours in England, Germany, Rome, Japan and South Africa. He was also an active and dedicated member of the Anthroposophical Society in America. Wuellner, all his life, was keenly interested in medical studies, and when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1986 he took a deep and active part in the choices of his treatment, both in standard and alternative medicine with extensive research. He often served as counselor to other men around the USA diagnosed with prostate cancer. He regarded his disease as a great spiritual and medical challenge and adventure. When he died at home in Fair Oaks, CA, February 14, 2004, surrounded by his family he did not interpret his work as a losing battle with cancer but rather as pushing back the frontiers of healing. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, the Rev. Flora Slosson Wuellner, daughters Christine Sideris, the Rev. Virginia Ward, Lucy Wuellner-Fernandez, seven grandchildren and his sister Ingeborg Wolter and niece Dorothee of Bochum, Germany. There will be a memorial service at the American Lutheran Church of the Cross on Saturday February 21, 2004 at 1pm, 4465 H Street, Sacramento, CA. The family requests that any donations be made to the Hospice Program of the donor's local hospital. ||WUELLNER, Wilhelm H. (I62927)
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||Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004). ||Source (S04348)
||Zachariah received from his father the old homestead; here he passed all the days of his life. This was the same land that the first Samuel had received as his share in "The 26 Men's Purchase" and it had come down through Obadiah and Samuel to Zachariah, for Samuel ten years before his death gave this land to Zachariah "in consideration of the love and good affection I have and do bare unto my son, Zachariah, " the right of use and occupation being reserved to the parents during their natural life. he and his wife were staunch members of the church. Zachariah eddy was among those who on Feb. 17, 1745 agreed to build a new meeting house. It is written of him that he was a well-informed man for his day. His general character was that of a mild, sedate and discreet man. he served the town n many ways. He was an ardent Whig, and several stories of his tilts with Judge Oliver, a staunch Tory, have been handed down in his family. He died of the small-pox in 1777. ||EDDY, Zachariah (I77044)
||Zachariah Sawtell was born 26 July 1643 at Watertown, according to the record. The year, however, conflicts with the birthdate of his sister Hannah, and perhaps it was 1644 or 1645. Zachariah grew up in Watertown but in his adolescence went with his parents to Groton. He later had a ten-acre proprietor's right there. In April of 1668 he married ELIZABETH HARRIS (Malden, Mass., Vital Records; The Register, 10:239), daughter of John Harris of Boston (Middlesex Co., Deeds, 27:354) Wyman (op. cit.) and Bailey (op. cit.) both give the date of marriage as 13 Apr 1669; in addition, Wyman says she died 1677-8 of small pox. Zachariah married, secondly, ANNA PARKER, daughter of Joseph and Margaret Parker of Chelmsford, Mass. The marriage occurred before 13 July 1684, when Joseph Parker deeded land to Anna, wife of Zachariah Sawtell (Middlesex Co., Deeds, 26:459, 27:325). She was born 16 Nov 1663 at Chelmsford (Vital records) and was thus about 18 years younger than her husband.|
Zachariah Sawtell served in King Philip's War in 1675/6 when Groton was burned (Bodge, op.cit., p. 272). He returned after the peace and on 21 May 1688 was chosen one of five highway surveyors for Groton (Green, op.cit., p. 97), his last mention in town records. he died by 17 march 1691/2, when Anna was referred to as the widow Sawtell (The Register, 43:375), and his father's will of 1692 implies that he was dead. His estate, however, was not administered until 1701 when Josiah Parker of Cambridge and Thomas Walker of Charlestown were named administrators, the decedent being referred to as "late of Groton, blacksmith." Again, on 21 Nov 1716, Zachariah Sawtell Jr. and same Josiah Parker were named administrators (Middlesex County Probates, No.19967, 19975). Submitted on 13 Sep. 1716 was an inventory of three parcels of land, with total value of 25 pounds, 10 shillings. Anna was undoubtedly the "Widow Satle" who joined the Cambridge Church on 26 July 1702. On 26 April 1709, Anna Satle received from Josiah Parker land formerly belonging to John Sawtell, which his brothers and sisters had quitclaimed to parker on 21 oct. 1700 (Middlesex County Deeds, 15:575, 6). Anna Sawtell, widow, sold this property to John Knight on 4 June 1711, and by 1727 she was residing in Fairfield, Conn., with her daughter Margaret Wooster (Middlesex County Deeds, 27:715, 26:527).
|SAWTELL, Zachariah (I48287)
||Zachariah was bound out at the age of seven years to Mr. John Browne of Rehoboth. this Mr. John Browne was a man of importance in Plymouth, being the Governor's Assistant from 1636-1655. He was one of the original settlers and proprietors of Taunton and also of Rehoboth. A large tract of land called Wannamoisett was granted to him for his services to the government of Plymouth (Hist. of Taunton, p. 32.) Mr. John Browne died in 1662, but in a deed dated Dec. 29, 1661, he left to "Zacariah Eedey now resident in my family" 1/3 of 150 acres in Narragansett betwixt Quidniset and trading house of Richard Smith (Plymouth Col. Deeds, p. 103.)|
On Jan. 4, 1661 "Zachariah bought of Thomas Savery a piece of land lying near Whetstones Vineyard in Major's Purchase bounded on or near where Eddy lives" (Plymouth Co. deeds 3, 81.)
On March 24, 1662 he received from his father Samuel, land near "Namamkeet" (Plymouth Col. Records, p. 116)....
From these records it appears that upon completing his apprenticeship Zachariah went to Middleboro and settled there, remaining for about eight years. His house stood on the twelve acres, granted him by the court, near what was later known as Eddy's furnace, just south of the present Eddyville. In 1666 his bounds were laid out by Ephraim Tinkham and Henry Wood (Court Orders, 4, p. 128)......
Soon after the incorporation of Swansea, Zachariah Eddy was made Freeman of Swansea on May 29, 1670. the following year on May 11th, he was chosen waywarden and on June 5th, he was elected surveyor of highways. In 1675 when King Philip's War broke out it is likely that Zachariah and his family took refuge in Plymouth for a few years. While there on June 5, 1677 he was summoned by the court of Plymouth to serve on the Grand Inquest. Some time in June of this same year, 1677, those who had formerly lived in Middleboro previous to the outbreak of the war, together with some who owned property within the borders of Middleboro,sixty-eight persons in all, met and agreed to resettle the town. The list of the names of "The Proprietors of the liberties of the township of Middleberry taken at Plimouth" contains the iten,--"Sachariah Edey, Samuell Edey, 1 porpriation." When Samuel Eddy became a proprietor of the town of Middleboro, he thereby obtained the privilege of being a participant in all futher divisions of the undivided lands belonging to the township. This right was passed on to the sons when they received from him the lands at Namassakett. When the land was sold by them the proprietor's rights went with the land......
After King Philip's War, when all danger from hostile Indians was over, probably about the spring of 1678, Zachariah and his family returned to Swansea. He was established there on Oct. 21, 1679, when he purchased a piece of land from Thomas Barnes, and by this purchase obtained rights as a "second ranch man"; that is in any division of lands he would receive twice as much as a man of the "third ranch" ( or third rank as it is more often written). The third rank man received one unit of a division, a second rank man, two units, and a first rank man, three units.....
Having thus disposed of most of his possessions to his sons during his lifetime, Zachariah had but little to leave to his children as an inheritance. His will, dated Nov. 4, 1718, mentions his wife Abigail and all of his sons, to whom he states that he has given to them the land which he considers their share. It mentions also his daughter Elizabeth Whipple, who is deceased and his son-in-law, Samuel Whipple; his grandson ?ward Eddy; and his wife's son, Timothy Smith. To his son Joshua he left his great Bible (Bristol Co. Prob., 3.488). His wife Abigail left a will, dated Jan 2, 1720, which mentions daughters, Abigail hatch, Bethia Eddy, hannah Simmons; son-in-law, Remembrance Simmons; daughter Hopestill Kelley; and granddaughters, Ann, Abigail, and Amy, daughters of Caleb Eddy, whom she called her son-in-law (Bristol Co. Prob., 3, 693).
|EDDY, Zachariah (I74291)
||Zacheus first settled at Adams, New York. Evert's history of Jeffsrson County, New York, page 242, mentions Zacheus Walworth as having taken up land Dec. 1, 1799. The actual deeds, however, were not given to any settler until 1802. His name also appears twice in the County Clerk's Office of Jefferson Co. (book of 1820, page 14) for sale of land in Rodman, New York.|
The book "Council of Appointments - Military records" year 1784-1821, Vol. 1,p page 573 states Zacheus was an Ensign in 1802.
Zacheus was a lawyer and practiced in Adams and Watertown, New York. He was well known as a shrewd business man and had an infinite fund of humor. He always strived to keep people out of court and to settle their troubles among themselves. He is said to have been the first to bring a cooking stove into town.
Zacheus died while attending Court at Watertown, New York, and is buried in the cemetery near the old farm in the Town of Rodman.
|WALWORTH, Zacheus (I59129)
||Zephaniah was unmarried. ||SLAUSON, Zephaniah B. (I50838)
||Zola Faye Brannan, 75, died Saturday, June 22, 2002.|
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. today in McNett Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. H.A. Hanks officiating.
Mrs. Brannan was born July 20, 1926, in Pueblo, Colo. She married W D Brannan on July 3, 1945, in Stratford.
She was preceded in death by one daughter, Deborah Lea McKee
Survivors include her husband; two sons, John Brannan of Stratford and Matthew Brannan of Andrews; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Amarillo Globe-News, June 25, 2002
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|HODGES, Zola Faye (I86547)
Ancestral File Number: 1D63-T92
|GIFFARD, John (I24840)
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|GIFFARD, Elizabeth (I24828)
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|COLES, Humphrey (I12563)
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|CROWELL, Moses (I14590)
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|GIFFORD, Robert (I24946)
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|GIFFORD, Lethero (I24929)
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