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William Hunt
Birth: Jan. 27, 1604, England
Death: Oct., 1667, Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA

Said to be son of Robert & Jane (Fysher) Hunt. Married Elizabeth ____ in 1631 in Concord MA. Their child: Samuel Hunt.

Family links: Spouses: Elizabeth Hunt (1607 - 1661), Mercy Hurd Brigham Rice Hunt (1615 - 1693); Children: Nehemiah Hunt (____ - 1718), Samuel Hunt (1633 - ____), Ann Hunt Wood (1637 - 1714)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Mar 05, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34480196
 
HUNT, William (I5191)
 
25202 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William L Bake
Birth: Jul. 31, 1837
Death: Oct. 7, 1844

Family links: Parents: Samuel Bake (1815 - 1898); Siblings: William L Bake (1837 - 1844), Jacob C. Bake (1844 - 1907), Henry P. Bake (1847 - 1922)

Burial: Crawford Cemetery, Union County, Indiana, USA

Created by: mathprof
Record added: Apr 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69059451
 
BAKE, William L. (I41729)
 
25203 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William McClintock
Birth: Jan. 28, 1811, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Death: Sep. 10, 1853, Camp Point, Adams County, Illinois, USA

Family links: Spouse: Mary Ann Shart McClintock (1817 - 1881); Children: Samuel Westly McClintock (1847 - 1937)

Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Golden, Adams County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Downing
Record added: Aug 24, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 151169348
 
McCLINTOCK, William (I40557)
 
25204 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William McClintock, Sr
Birth: Unknown
Death: Nov. 25, 1865

[Note by compiler: According to the decedent's tombstone, his age at death was 77 years, 11 months & 2 days. Based upon this information, the compiler has calculated the decedent's birth date to have been 23 December 1787.]

Family links: Spouse: Sarah Patton McClintock (1798 - 1861); Children: Joseph P. McClintock (____ - 1848), William McClintock (1822 - 1876), Thomas McClintock (1838 - 1916)

Burial: Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) Mallett
Record added: Aug 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40864664
 
McCLINTOCK, William (I40703)
 
25205 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Paul Lewis
Birth: 1891
Death: 1978

2nd LT, U.S. Army, World War II

Family links: Parents: William Paul Lewis (1859 - 1931), Mary Ellen McNally Lewis (1868 - 1950); Spouse: Theresa Barbara Lugert Lewis (1896 - 1969); Siblings: William Paul Lewis (1891 - 1978), R. E. Lewis (1894 - 1969), John Robert Lewis (1896 - 1973)

Burial: Resurrection Memorial Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Sec 3

Maintained by: Terri Stern
Originally Created by: TheOldChief
Record added: Jul 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94159518
 
LEWIS, William Paul Sr. (I42085)
 
25206 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Robert McClintock
Birth: 1734, Ireland
Death: 1804, Clarksburg, Ross County, Ohio, USA

The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio, Daughters of the American Revolution of Ohio Vol. I Official Roster:

McClintock, William (Pickaway County)
Pvt in Capt William Blane's Company 7th Battalion Cumberland County (Pennsylvania) Militia. 1777. Bn commander not stated.

Born 1784 [1734?] in Scotland [Ireland?]. Married a cousin _____ McClintock in 1755. One son Joseph. Died 1804 near Clarksburg, OH. Buried Cedar Grove, Perry Twp., Pickaway, OH. Grave at SW corner, marked by a stake. He had a brother James. Ref Natl # 80480 and Miss Frances McClintock, Cook, OH. Further info Mt. Sterling Chapter DAR.

Son of John McClintock? (1710 Londonderry, Ireland - 1788 Newton, Cumberland, PA), family tree records have William born in Donegal, Ireland, not Scotland, although Scots-Irish families with Mc/Mac names tended to range freely between Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Note: DAR Soldier of the American Revolution

Burial: Cedar Grove Cemetery, New Holland, Pickaway County, Ohio, USA

Created by: Rob Sanders
Record added: Nov 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43890594
 
McCLINTOCK, William Robert (I36328)
 
25207 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Row
Birth: 1847
Death: Dec. 2, 1883

William died at the age of 36 years and 2 months.

Family links: Spouse: Mary J Lindsey Soles (1852 - 1931); Children: Hattie N Row (1874 - 1879), Nellie Row Matthews (1881 - 1959)

Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Tipton, Moniteau County, Missouri, USA

Created by: Millhaven
Record added: Aug 01, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114763586
 
ROW, William (I39147)
 
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William S Hail
Birth: Sep. 20, 1820, Tennessee, USA
Death: Dec. 7, 1880, Illinois, USA

Family links: Parents: Thomas Franklin Hails (1794 - 1857), Sarah E Justice Hails (1798 - 1871); Spouse: Elizabeth Jane Williams Hail (1826 - 1911); Children: Emely J Hail (1854 - 1878), William Hail (1859 - 1879); Siblings: James Madison Hails (1819 - 1892), William S Hail (1820 - 1880), John Wesley Hails (1823 - 1899), Marcus Hails (1826 - 1875), Nellie E. Hails Wilson (1837 - 1919)

Burial: Cubb Prairie Cemetery, Bakerville, Jefferson County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Carla McClasky
Record added: Mar 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86933001
 
HAIL, William S. (I40451)
 
25209 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Speer Buchanan
Birth: Nov. 11, 1805, Mercersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Dec. 19, 1826, Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA

Brother of President James Buchanan. William never married.

Family links: Parents: James Buchanan (1761 - 1821), Elizabeth Speer Buchanan (1767 - 1833); Siblings: George Robert Buchanan (1782 - ____)*, James Buchanan (1791 - 1868), Jane Ann Buchanan Lane (1793 - 1839), Maria T. Buchanan Yates (1795 - 1849), Sarah Buchanan Huston (1798 - 1825), Harriet E. Buchanan Henry (1802 - 1840), William Speer Buchanan (1805 - 1826), George Washington Buchanan (1808 - 1832), Edward Young Buchanan (1811 - 1895), Elizabeth Buchanan Gaylord (1812 - 1902)

*Half-sibling

Burial: Spring Grove Cemetery, Lemasters, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA

Maintained by: Judy Cain Bowser
Originally Created by: David M. Myers
Record added: Dec 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45033860
 
BUCHANAN, William Speer (I40879)
 
25210 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Tanquary Gilkison
Birth: Mar. 1, 1829
Death: Dec. 26, 1898

Family links: Parents: Jonathon Gilkison (1793 - 1864), Delilah Tanquary Gilkison (1802 - 1881); Spouse: Elizabeth C. Terry Gilkison (1833 - 1913); Children: Sarah E. Gilkison (1854 - 1862), Emma J. Gilkison (1856 - 1858), Levi Jonathan Gilkison (1862 - 1862), John A. Gilkison (1863 - 1863); Siblings: Mary Ann Gilkinson Walser (1822 - 1854), Elizabeth Bunting Gilkison Newell (1824 - 1879), John C Gilkison (1826 - 1887), William Tanquary Gilkison (1829 - 1898), Joshua Miller Gilkison (1830 - 1878), Alfred Gilkison (1833 - 1913), James Thomas Gilkison (1839 - 1906), Mariah Emily Gilkison Findley (1841 - 1919), George Washington Gilkison (1844 - 1937)

Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Bellmont, Wabash County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Pat & Larry
Record added: Sep 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58274196
 
GILKISON, William Tanquary (I41618)
 
25211 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Taylor Carter
Birth: Oct., 1858, Hall County, Georgia, USA
Death: Unknown

He was the son of Tillman Henry Carter, Sr. and Elizabeth Childress. He married to Lula Victoria Bailey (1862-1933) on March 19, 1886 in Clarke County, Georgia. They had at least the following children: Edith Mae Carter, Ima Bell Carter, and William Dillard Carter. The family bible is in my mother's possession.

Family links: Parents: Tillman Henry Carter (1830 - 1899), Elizabeth Childress Carter; Spouse: Lula Victoria Bailey Carter (1861 - 1933); Children: Edith Mae Carter King (1890 - ____), Ima Belle Carter Simril (1894 - 1978), William Dillard Carter (1896 - 1905)

Burial: Edgewood Cemetery, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA

Created by: Lanie
Record added: Mar 01, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 66353283
 
CARTER, William Taylor (I34833)
 
25212 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Thomas Carter
Birth: Apr. 9, 1854
Death: Aug. 2, 1921

Family links: Spouse: Mary E. Hale Carter (1857 - 1897)

Burial: Wesley T. Carter Cemetery, Arnoldsville, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, USA

Created by: Carl O Martin
Record added: Sep 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76657933
 
CARTER, William Thomas (I33741)
 
25213 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Tilley
Birth: 1607, England
Death: Unknown, USA

WILLIAM TILLEY came from Holy Trinity Minories, London to Massachusetts Bay in 1635 on the Abigail (on 19 June 1635, "W[illia]m Tilly," aged 28, holding "a certificate [of conformity] from the minister of the parish of Little Miniries," was enrolled at London as a passenger for New England on the Abigail).

His first residence here is unknown but in was living in Barnstable by 1640, Boston by 1647, and Cape Porpus by 1649.

OCCUPATION: Wine merchant.

EDUCATION: Signed legal documents.

OFFICEHOLDING: "Will[ia]m Tilly" was in the Barnstable section of the 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms.

ESTATE: On 26 June 1649, "Alice Tilly (affirming she hath power from her husband) did grant to Anthonie Stoddard of Boston, merchant, . . . one dwelling house of her husband William Tillie's with the ground, yard & appurtenances to the same belonging . . . and Hugh Gunnison" warranteed the sale.

He was born about 1607 (aged 28 on 19 June 1635; "aged about fifty-three years" on 13 April 1660). He died after 27 March 1668 (when Alice Tilly referred to herself as "the wife of William Tilly").

He married soon after 6 July 1640 (probably at Barnstable) Alice (Frost) Blower, daughter of Edward Frost and widow of THOMAS BLOWER {1635, Boston}. (On 6 July 1640, John Mayo, minister at Barnstable, certified "that the purpose of marriage betwixt Mr. Tylly of Barnestable and Mrs. Blower of Boston hath been three several times published in the meeting at Barnestable" [WP 4:262].)

CHILDREN: None recorded.

ASSOCIATIONS: William Tilley may have been closely related to NATHANIEL TILLEY {1635, Unknown} who sailed for New England on the same vessel in 1635.

Family links: Spouse: Alice Frost Blower Tilley (1594 - ____)

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Dec 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62790049
 
TILLY, William (I37218)
 
25214 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William W. Durham
Birth: Sep. 8, 1829, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA
Death: Jan. 25, 1894, Seneca, Newton County, Missouri, USA

Died at his home 2½ miles south of Seneca, Jan. 25th, 1894, of la grippe, William W. Durham, aged 64 years, 4 months and 17 days.

Mr. Durham was a well known and prominent man in Seneca and this section of the country. He was by profession a surveyor and has run many a line in Seneca and Newton county. He was born at Indianapolis, Ind., Sept 8, 1829; at the age of 18 moved to this state, and married at 20 to Miss Melissa Bell, who survives him. He has been a resident of Missouri, with the exception of five years in Kansas about the time of our civil war, and has lived in Seneca and vicinity 20-25 years. He has been a member of the Baptist Church for more than 40 years and was a Christian gentleman, kind neighbor, and generous friend. He funeral was preached at the Baptist Church in this place, on Friday afternoon, and the remains interred in the Seneca Cemetery. . . .

Family links: Spouse: Sara Melissa Bell Durham (1830 - 1902); Children: Pairlee J Durham Simmonds (1866 - 1947)

Burial: Kirk Cemetery, Seneca, Newton County, Missouri, USA

Maintained by: Lowell S Adams
Originally Created by: Kim Slayton
Record added: Dec 06, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12618874
 
DURHAM, William W. (I42657)
 
25215 (1) www.findagrave.com:

William Wills
Birth: Apr. 16, 1765, USA
Death: Aug. 10, 1834, USA

Family links: Spouse: Mary Ballard Wills (1765 - 1837); Children: James Wills (1801 - 1879)

Burial: William Wills Cemetery, Menifee County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: Edie Suttle
Record added: Oct 24, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16309190
 
WILLS, William (I37535)
 
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Winston Maroney
Birth: Jul. 3, 1847
Death: Jul. 4, 1904

Family links: Spouse: Susan Maroney (1849 - 1926)

Burial: Denton Cemetery, Roxton, Lamar County, Texas, USA

Created by: Mary Hall Ferguson
Record added: Jan 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46583429
 
MARONEY, Winston Miles (I36899)
 
25217 (1) www.findagrave.com:

Winter Frost
Birth: Jan. 16, 1841
Death: Jan. 29, 1925

Shared stone with Darthula J. Frost

Family links: Parents: Elijah Frost (1797 - 1850), Amelia Lonesome Patterson Frost (1801 - 1876); Spouse: Darthula J. Frost (1845 - 1902); Children: Stella Frost Harris (1882 - 1947); Siblings: Micajah Frost (1818 - 1855), Elijah S. Frost (1820 - 1904), William English Frost (1822 - 1889), Thomas Simpson Frost (1824 - 1911), Mathew Frost (1825 - 1892), Joseph B. Frost (1829 - 1908), Mary Adaline Frost Walker (1830 - 1911), Sevier White Frost (1835 - 1881), White Frost (1837 - 1908), Snow Frost (1839 - 1919), Winter Frost (1841 - 1925), Sarah Clay Frost (1844 - 1844), Hiram Joseph Frost (1847 - 1852)

Burial: Seligman Cemetery, Seligman, Barry County, Missouri, USA

Maintained by: Greene-Shemwell
Originally Created by: Beverly Sweeney / Christine Anguzza
Record added: May 26, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19533210
 
FROST, Winter (I36698)
 
25218 (1) www.findagrave.com:

Wm F Carneal
Birth: Jul. 25, 1843
Death: Mar. 20, 1888

Burial: Offutt Cemetery, Claymour, Todd County, Kentucky, USA

Created by: Darrin Cole
Record added: Jun 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72293096
 
CARNEAL, William Frank (I36989)
 
25219 (1) www.findagrave.com:

Woodville Ambrose Page, Jr
Birth: Aug. 3, 1904
Death: Sep. 18, 1977

Note: Date of Burial: 09/20/1977, Ref: Cemetery Records

Burial: Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, USA
Plot: Section: 14 Lot: 102

Created by: Graves
Record added: Jul 10, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93379142
 
PAGE, Woodville Ambrose Jr. (I33277)
 
25220 (1) www.findagrave.com:

Yvonde E. Garman Tomer
Birth: 1924
Death: 1985

Family links: Spouse: Robert Shaffer Tomer (1908 - 1979)

Inscription:
TOMER, /
Yvonde, E., 1924 - 1985 /
Robert S., 1908 - 1979 /
"Together Forever"

Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, USA
Plot: SECTION 49 - Lot 37 Sp 3&4

Created by: janicet
Record added: Oct 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60561887
 
GARMAN, Yvonde E. (I36380)
 
25221 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2741)
 
25222 (1) Württemberg, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1500-1985 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016:

Name: Georg Conrad Schindler
Event Type: Geburt (Birth)
Birth Date: 22 Mrz 1736 (22 Mar 1736)
Father: Johann Conrad Schindler
Mother: Anna Barbara
Page Number: 494; 495
Custodian: Evangelische Kirche Neuffen (OA. Nürtingen)

(2) "The Family of George Conrad SHINDLER" :

George Conrad SHINDLER, b. bef. 1752, Neuffen, Wurtemburg [Württemberg] Province, Germany, d. by Aug 1812, Jefferson Co., VA., probably married in Germany. When he married a 2nd. time, he was listed as a widower. No record has been found to indicate if his first wife died in GER or came to America with him. Conrad appears on List C (Oath of Abjuration) imported on Snow Louisa, Capt John Pittcarin, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes, took the usual qualificatons No. 71 on 8 Nov 1752. On 2 Jul 1753, in Trinity Lutheran KB, Lancaster Co., PA, he m. 2nd. Maria Barbara PETER (nee WOLTER, d/o David WOLTER of Friedelsheem, GER. Maria had m. 1st. in 1730, George Philip PETER, s/o George Bernhard PETER, by whom she had 6 children, and after the death of her husband, she and the children emigrated to America from Wacherheim [Wachenheim], GER in 1752. He had at least 2 children by Maria; Maria and Johann George. Their births and baptisms were recorded in the records of St. Michael's (or Zion) Lutheran Church in Philadelphia, PA. [In] 1770 he owned 100 acres in Chester Co., PA, and in 1771, 160 acres in York Co., PA in 1777. He appears on the 1783 tax list in York Twp., York Co., PA, with 4 males, 3 females, 169 acres, 3 horned cattle, 2 horses, 5 sheep, 1 house and 1 out house, valued at 173 lbs, rage 4 3/4, tax, 3-4-0. He was a coppersmith and fought in the revolution as a private. According to Kenamond, Prominent Men of Shepherdstown, two of his copper kettles were supposed to be in the museum at Valley Forge. In Mar 2008, the compiler visited Valley Forge, but they had no record of copper kettles ever being in the museum, or Washington's Headquarters. He bought his first property of record, 68 acres, in Berkeley Co., VA, in 17 Apr 1792, part of the original Nicholas Lemon grant near Kearneysville, present day Jefferson Co. There is no record of his 2nd. wife in Jefferson Co., indicating that she must have died in PA. It is probable that all of his children were b. in PA prior to his move to Jefferson Co., and that he must have married a 3rd. time. His 2nd. wife, Maria Barbara WOLTER, would have been too old to have had at least the 4 youngest children, Johann George, Richard, Elizabeth, Nancy, and George Conrad. Given that she m. 1st. in 1730 and on average her birth date would have been 1705-1715 , she would have been at least 54 when Richard was born, and well over 60 years when the remainder were born. Also there is gap of 7 years between the birth of Johnann George and Richard, which may indicate that Maria WOLTER died and George Conrad married a 3rd. time. . . .

Conrad's children: . . .

[1] Anna Maria (Mary?) SHINDLER, b. 6 Jul 1760, PA, bpt. 28 Nov 1762, St. Michael Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, sponsored by Maria SCHINDERLIN and George Gebhard, both single. . . .

[2] Johann George SHINDLER, b. 2 Aug 1762, PA, bpt. 28 Nov 1762, St. Michael Lutheran Church, sponsored by Johann George Hagenbach and wife Catherine. . . .

[3] Richard SHINDLER b. 5 Aug 1769, PA. . . .

[4] SHINDLER b. c1777, PA. . . .

[5] Nancy SHINDLER, PA. . . .

[6] George Conrad [SHINDLER] Jr., b. 8 May 1778, PA, d. 24 May 1852, VA.
 
SCHINDLER, Georg Conrad Sr. (I41093)
 
25223 (1) Württemberg, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1500-1985 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016:

Name: Mathild Dorothea Conradt
Event Type: Taufe (Baptism)
Birth Date: 17 Sep 1836
Baptism Date: 26 Sep 1836
Baptism Place: Dürrmenz u. Mühlacker, Württemberg (Baden-Württemberg), Deutschland (Germany)
Father: Ernst Heinrich Conradt
Mother: Catharine Christina Bargen
Page Number: 6
Custodian: Evangelische Kirche Dürrmenz (OA. Maulbronn)

(2) A household headed by Matilda MILLER is listed in the 1880 census of Ward 1, Peru, Miami County, OH.

Matilda is listed in the 1880 census as a widow who was then 42 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, she was born in about 1838. According to the 1880 census, she was born in Württemberg, Germany, and both of her parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Listed with Matilda is her daughter, Mary TROSTER, who was then 22 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, she was born in about 1858. According to the 1880 census, she was born in IN, and both of her parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her son, Frederick TROSTER, a jeweler who was then 20 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1860. According to the 1880 census, he was born in IA, and both of his parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her daughter, Matilda TROSTER, a waiter who was then 18 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, she was born in about 1862. According to the 1880 census, she was born in IA, and both of her parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her son, Heny MILLER, a woolen mill worker who was then 15 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1865. According to the 1880 census, he was born in IN, and both of his parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her son, Godlob MILLER, who was then 13 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1867. According to the 1880 census, he was born in IN, and both of his parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her daughter, Catherine MILLER, who was then 11 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, she was born in about 1869. According to the 1880 census, she was born in IN, and both of her parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her son, Charles MILLER, who was then 5 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1875. According to the 1880 census, he was born in IN, and both of his parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

Also listed with Matilda is her son, Wm. MILLER, who was then 4 years of age; therefore, according to the 1880 census, he was born in about 1876. According to the 1880 census, he was born in IN, and both of his parents were born in Württemberg, Germany.

(3) Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899-2011 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015:

Name: Matilda D. Miller [Matilda D. Conradt]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 75
Birth Date: 17 Sep 1836
Birth Place: Germany
Death Date: 18 Jan 1912
Death Place: Peru, Miami, Indiana, USA
Marital Status: Widow
Spouse: Henry Miller
Father: Ernest Henry Conradt
Mother: Catharine C Berger

(4) www.findagrave.com:

Matilda D. Miller
Birth: 1836
Death: 1912

Burial: Mount Hope Cemetery, Peru, Miami County, Indiana, USA

Created by: Rickey Bellamy
Record added: Oct 23, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22407801
 
CONRADT, Matilda D. (I41736)
 
25224 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I41501)
 
25225 (1) Yoder Family Information - Cyberspace Edition - 2003 , published by the Yoder Family Newsletter, Goshen, IN, data originally copyrighted by Christopher K. Yoder 1992, 1994:

David A. Gilkison born 31 March 1948 in IL. Residence: Park Forest, Cook County, IL, to 2010. SSN issued in IL. David died 13 August 2010, aged 62 years, in St. James Hospital, Chicago Heights, Cook County, IL.

[Child of David A. Gilikison:]

[i] Nicole born circa 1969. Placed a Gilkison family tree on Internet.

(2) Social Security Death Index:

Name: David A. Gilkison
Last Residence: 60466 Park Forest, Cook, Illinois
Born: 31 Mar 1948
Died: 13 Aug 2010
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (1963-1964)

(3) www.findagrave.com:

David A. Gilkison
Birth: Mar. 31, 1948
Death: Aug. 13, 2010

David A. Gilkison
March 31, 1948 - August 13, 2010

David A. Gilkison, age 62, of Park Forest, IL, passed away August 13, 2010. Beloved father of Nicole (Matthew) LaRue. Loving grandfather of Ethan LaRue. Dearest brother of Carol Wondrasek and Ron Gilkison. Graveside Inurnment Service will be Saturday August 21, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at Skyline Memorial Park in Monee, IL. Mr. Gilkison was a U.S. Navy Veteran. Arrangements entrusted to Smits Funeral Homes - Steger Memorial Chapel. Information 708-755-6100.

Burial: Skyline Memorial Park, Monee, Will County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Jackie & Ralph
Record added: Aug 18, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57287212
 
GILKISON, David A. (I41485)
 
25226 (1) Yoder Family Information - Cyberspace Edition - 2003 , published by the Yoder Family Newsletter, Goshen, IN, data originally copyrighted by Christopher K. Yoder 1992, 1994:

Gerald L. [GILKISON] born 25 April 1942 in IL. Residence: Frankfort, Will County, IL. SSN issued in IL. Died 30 November 2005, aged 63 years, in Chicago Heights, Cook County, IL.

(2) Social Security Death Index:

Name: Gerald L. Gilkison
Last Residence: 60423 Frankfort, Will, Illinois
Born: 25 Apr 1942
Died: 30 Nov 2005
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (1957-1959)

(3) www.findagrave.com:

Gerald L Gilkison
Birth: 1942
Death: 2005

Burial: Skyline Memorial Park, Monee, Will County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Dave Churchill
Record added: Mar 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50127333
 
GILKISON, Gerald L. (I41504)
 
25227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I41505)
 
25228 (1) Yoder Family Information - Cyberspace Edition - 2003 , published by the Yoder Family Newsletter, Goshen, IN, data originally copyrighted by Christopher K. Yoder 1992, 1994:

Vernal E. Gilkison born 18 June 1917 in Pembroke Township, Kankakee County, IL. Residence: Pembroke Township, 1917-1930; Cook County, IL; Scout Avenue, Anderson, Shasta County, CA, 1982-2002. m. (1) 23 April 1938 to Darlene A. Kleinert (born 1 November 1919 in Cook County, IL, d/o Herman and Agnes Kleinert - SSN issued in IL - died 1 October 1994, aged 74 years, in Olympia Fields, Cook County, IL); all children by Darlene; divorced by 1957. m. (2) 9 July 1957 in Cook County, IL to Thelma Ruth Nail. SSN issued in IL. Vernal died 3 June 2002, aged nearly 85 years, in Anderson; Vernal and Darlene interred in Skyline Memorial Park, Monee, Will County, IL.

[Children of Vernal E. Gilikson and Darlene A. Kleinert:]

[i] Carol M. born 1938.

[ii] Gerald L. born 25 April 1942 in IL. Residence: Frankfort, Will County, IL. SSN issued in IL. Died 30 November 2005, aged 63 years, in Chicago Heights, Cook County, IL.

[iii] Ronald E. born 1944.

[iv] David A. born 31 March 1948.

(2) Social Security Death Index:

Name: Vernal Gilkison
SSN: 329-07-7226
Last Residence: 96007 Anderson, Shasta, California, USA
Born: 18 Jun 1917
Died: 3 Jun 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951)

(3) www.findagrave.com:

Vernal E Gilkison
Birth: Jun. 18, 1917
Death: Jun. 3, 2002

Burial: Skyline Memorial Park, Monee, Will County, Illinois, USA

Created by: Dave Churchill
Record added: Mar 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50264219
 
GILKISON, Vernal Edgar (I41486)
 
25229 (1) York County, Pennsylvania, 1764-1800: Strayer's (Salem) Reformed Church [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000:

Name: Johan Adam Bischoff
Description: Baptized
Event: Baptism
Date of Event: Feb 1771
Place: York Co., PA
Church: Records of Strayer's (Salem) Reformed Church, Dover Township, York County, Pennsylvania, 1745-1800
Other Names Associated with this Event: Adam Bartmess, Sponsor; Dorothea Bartmess, Sponsor; Anna Catharine Bischoff, Mother; Johan Conrad Bischoff, Father

(2) www.findagrave.com:

Adam Bishop
Birth: Jan. 11, 1771
Death: Sep. 15, 1822

Christened February 1771 Johan Adam Bischoff Salem Reformed Church, Dover Twp, York County, Pa., sponsors Adam and Dorothea Bartness.

Married about 1791/92.

Family links: Spouse: Catharine Bishop (1776 - 1819); Children: Elizabeth Bishop Crumlich (1793 - 1865)

Burial: Trindle Springs Lutheran Cemetery, Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Row A

Created by: PaGenieGirl
Record added: Aug 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56936307
 
BISHOP, Adam (I35402)
 
25230 (1) Zerubbabel ENDECOTT was named after the Biblical character Zerubbabel, who is described as follows in Encyclopædia Brittanica, 2010, © 2010 Encyclopædia Brittanica, Inc.:

Zerubbabel, also spelled Zorobabel (flourished 6th century bc), governor of Judaea under whom the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple at Jerusalem took place. Of Davidic origin, Zerubbabel is thought to have originally been a Babylonian Jew who returned to Jerusalem at the head of a band of Jewish exiles and became governor of Judaea under the Persians. Influenced by the prophets Haggai and Zechariah, he rebuilt the Temple. As a descendant of the House of David, Zerubbabel rekindled Jewish messianic hopes.

(2) Heacock, Roger Lee, The Ancestors of Charles Clement Heacock: 1851-1914, Baldwin Park, CA: The Baldwin Park Bulletin, 1950, pp. 100-102:

Zerubbabel Endecott was a physician and surgeon. He was born in or about the year 1635, second son of Governor John Endecott and his second wife, Elizabeth. Where he received his medical education is not known, but he undoubtedly followed the custom of the times and read medicine in the home of some physician, and accompanied him to visit patients. His brother John appears to have been a doctor also, as the Massachusetts archives for 1668 preserve a bill he sent in the amount of five shillings for a "vomit and attendans" on one John Clarke, "weak and sike by reason of a scurvey and dropsy." There are a few entries in the public records concerning Zerubbabel Endecott. In 1659 he and his brother John were fined for excessive drinking. He was admitted as a freeman in 1665, and was an ensign in the Salem militia in the same year. In 1676 he was a member of a jury which held inquest on the body of Jacob Goodale, servant of Giles Corey, after his sudden death. It appeared that the man was "almost a Natural Fool." The bodly was badly bruised and Mr. Endecott performed a post mortem, finding "dodders of Blood" about the heart.

Most of these facts about Zerubbabel Endecott's life have been taken from the introduction to a little book he wrote, and which was published in Salem in 1914 from the old manuscript. The book is entitled "Synopsis Medicinae or a Compendium of Galenical and Chymical Physick Showing the Art of Healing according to the Precepts of Galen & Paracelsus Fitted universally to the whole Art of Healing." The old manuscript bears the name of Zorubbabel Endecott and the date 1677. It contains some thirty pages of directions for the mixing and application of medicines for the cure of many diseases, and also for the performing of surgical operations. Some samples of its contents follow.

For ye Colik or Flux in ye Belly

I the powder of Wolves guts

2 the powder of Bores Stones

3 oyle of Wormwood a drop or 2 into the Nauell

4 3 drops of oyle of Fenil & 2 drops of oyle of mints in Conserue of Roses or Conserue of single mallows, if ye Paine be extream Vse it a gaine, & if need Require aply somthing hott to the belly

For Vometing & Loosnes in Men Women & Children

Take an Egg break a Little houe in one end of it & put owt ye white then put in about ½ spoonfull of baye salt then fill vp the egg with strong Rom or spirits of wine & sett it in hott ashes & Lett it boyle till ye egg be dry then take it & eat it fasting & fast an hour after it or drink a Little distilled waters of mint & fenill which waters mixed together & drank will help most ordinary Casses cr

For a Person that is Distracted If it be a Woman

Tak milk of a Nurse that giues suck to a male Child & also take a hee Catt & Cut of one of his Ears or a peece of it & Lett it blede into the milk & then Lett the sick woman Drink it doe this three Times

For the Shingles

Take howse leeke Catts blod and Creame mixed together & oynt the place warme or take the moss that groweth in a well & Catts blod mixed & so aply it warme to the plase whare shingles be

For Sharpe & Dificult Travel in Women with Child by JC

Take a Lock of Vergins haire on any Part of ye head, of half the Age of ye woman in travill Cut it very smale to fine Pouder then take 12 Ants Eggs dried in an ouen after y bread is drawne or other wise make them dry & make them to pouder with the haire, give this with a quarter of a pint of Red Cows milk or for want of it give it in strong ale wort

For ye Toothe Ache

Take a Litle Pece of opium as big as a great pinnes head & put it into the hollow place of the Akeing Tooth & it will give preasant Ease, often tryed by me apon many People & never fayled Zerobabel Endecott

Zerubbabel Endecott was first married in 1654 and his wife's name was Mary, but her maiden name is unknown. Ten children were born before her death in 1677. A year or so later he remarried, taking as his second wife the widow of the Rev. Antipas Newman, who was a daughter of Governor John Winthrop of Connecticut, and a granddaughter of Governor John Winthrop of Massachusetts. There appear to have been no children born to his second wife. At his death in 1684, Zerubbabel Endecott left to his son John, who was also a physician "al my Instruments and books of phisicke and chirurgery." The inventory of the estate listed the instruments: "a case of lances, 2 Rasors, a box of Instruments . . . a saw with six Instruments for a Chirurgion, a curb bit. . . ." As was usual, the bulk of the estate went to the sons, the daughters receiving fifty pounds each: "I give vnto my five daughters (viz) Mary Sarah Elisabeth and Hanna and Mehetabel to each of them fifty pounds to be payd unto them by my Executors. . . ." The inventory of the estate showed that Zerubbabel's property was worth 2726 pounds and 13 shillings. He had become almost twice as wealthy as his father.

"The Endicott Family" published in 1847 gives the names and dates of birth and some other information concerning the children of Zerubbabel Endecott: John born 1657, Samuel born 1659, Zerubbabel born February 14, 1664, Benjamin born 1665, Mary born 1667, married August 2, 1685 to Isaac Williams, Joseph born 1672, Sarah born 1673, probably married a Mr. Brown, Elisabeth born 1675, married Nathaniel Gilbert, Hannah born 1676, married Edward Gaskill, and Mehetable born 1677, died unmarried in 1698. These birth dates are probably taken from family records, as they vary slightly from the Salem baptismal registers.

(3) Endicott, Charles M., The Endicott Family, Frankford, PA: Martin and Allardyce, 1911, p. 3:

ZERUBBADEL ENDECOTT . . . , m. in 1654 to Mary _____. She d. in 1677; m. for his second wife Elisabeth, dau. of Gov. Winthrop, and widow of the Rev. Antipas Newman: He was a physician, and lived in Salem; d. in spring of 1684. His will is dated Nov., 1683. He left children, . . .

1 John, b. 1657. . . .

2 Samuel, b. 1659. . . .

3 Zerubbabel, b. Feb. 14, 1664. . . .

4 Benjamin, b. 1665. . . .

5 Mary, b. 1667, m. Isaac Williams of Salem, Aug. 2, 1685. . . .

6 Joseph, b. 1672. . . .

7 Sarah, b. 1673, m. _____ Brown? . . .

8 Elisabeth, b. 1675, m. Nathaniel Gilbert of Boston. . . .

9 Hannah, b. 1676, m. Edward Gaskill. . . .

10 Mehetable, b. 1677, d. 1698, never married, left by will her property to her sister Elisabeth.
 
ENDECOTT, Dr. Zerubbabel Sr. (I12183)
 
25231 (2) Smith, John Guthrie, Strathendrick and Its Inhabitants from Early Times, Glasgow, Scotland: James Maclehose and Sons, 1896, pp. 346-347:

He [Thomas BUCHANAN] married, first, a daughter of the laird of Mains, by whom he had his successor, Thomas. . . .
 
(BUCHANAN), --- (I40904)
 
25232 (2) www.findagrave.com:

Benjamin Franklin Ellis
Birth: Oct. 3, 1797, Warren County, North Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 28, 1877, Bell County, Texas, USA

REST IN PEACE.

Family links: Parents: Rebecca Hawkins Crockett (1756 - 1832); Spouse: Mary Ann White Ellis (1828 - 1917); Children: Benjamin Ellis (1829 - 1892), Sarah A Ellis (1842 - 1929), William Smith Ellis (1848 - 1930), Emma Ellis Wiggins (1861 - 1882); Siblings: William Crockett (1782 - 1858)*, David Stern Crockett (1786 - 1836)*, John Crockett (1787 - 1840)*, Benjamin Franklin Ellis (1797 - 1877)

*Half-sibling

Burial: Cedar Knob Cemetery, Salado, Bell County, Texas, USA

Created by: SFC Frank Irons Sr. Retired US Army 1977
Record added: Aug 30, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15555237
 
ELLIS, Benjamin Franklin (I41724)
 
25233 (2) www.findagrave.com:

Dr Morgan L. Atchley
Birth: Nov. 16, 1837
Death: Oct. 21, 1905

Family links: Spouse: Sophronia A. Atchly (1852 - 1870); Children: Maud E Atchley Carter (1869 - 1919)

Burial: Louisburg Cemetery, Louisburg, Dallas County, Missouri, USA

Created by: Cara
Record added: Dec 30, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 32509500
 
ATCHLEY, Dr. Morgan Lee (I39276)
 
25234 (I) Unknown newspaper, unknown date circa October 16, 1990:

SAND SPRINGS, Okla. (AP)--A 16-year-old boy who was shot in the head as he fled a burglarized home died Saturday morning in a Tulsa hospital, officials say.

The teen-ager, whose name was being withheld, was shot once Friday by a man who said two people were burglarizing his daughter's home, police say.

Bobby Wayne Hale, 61, said he fired a shot into the back of a pickup truck as the teen-agers were fleeing the house.

"When I got there, I saw the door had been kicked in and was practically off its hinges," Hale said. "Then these two guys ran out of the house and jumped in the pickup."

Hale said he fired a single shot through the truck's back window as the teenagers fled. Authorities say the truck apparently had been stolen earlier Friday.

"It was only supposed to be a warning shot," Hale said. "I tried to hit the tailgate. It wasn't supposed to be the way that it happened. I'm just a plain, ordinary citizen who got caught up in an unfortunate situation."

Assistant District Attorney Tom Gilbert said authorities would determine whether to file charges against Hale.

He said Hale has been released because he was not a threat to the community.

(2) Unknown newspaper, November 1, 1990:

TULSA, Okla. (AP)--A father who fatally shot a teen-ager fleeing his daughter's burgled home pleaded no contest Thursday to a manslaughter charge, then attended a news conference convened by a sympathetic district attorney.

Police said Bobby Wayne Hale shot and killed Jesse Elmer Jones, 16, as Jones was driving away from the burgled home of Hale's daughter Oct. 16. Jones died the following day from a gunshot wound to the back of his head.

Under the plea agreement, Hale pleaded no contest to second-degree manslaughter and received a six-month deferred sentence. Hale will serve no jail time, pay no fines or costs and will have no criminal record after six months.

David Moss, who faces an election Tuesday, appeared with Hale at a news conference and said the case was one of the toughest in his nine years as district attorney.

"This man needs to be treated with a gentle hand," Moss said. "I have no doubt as to the absolute truth of everything he is saying. He's been a law abiding, contributing member of the community."

Moss said he received petitions signed by thousands asking that Hale not be prosecuted.

"Not for one minute have I been allowed to forget that I have an election next week," Moss said.

Moss said the shooting was neither excusable nor justifiable but said he understood the community's growing frustration with juvenile crime.

"Before you shoot somebody, you or whoever you are defending has to be in imminent danger of death or bodily injury," Moss said.

"The rule of law must prevail," he said.

Hale said Moss "has done all he can do."

"The situation escalated into something that I had no control over," Hale said. "How something so unintentional can go so wrong, I don't have the answer for it."

(3) Covington Record, Covington, OK, March 2, 1995, p. 2:

Remember When

50 years Ago

Covington FFA members will have at least four entries in a new classification, heifers, at the Northwest Oklahoma Junior Livestock Show. Gerald Windler, Wilbert Wyssman, Lawrence Moff, Jimmy Rouser and Boyd Lee Cline will exhibit Hereford heifers. In the fat barrows group, exhibits will be made by Dick Hale, Clifford Burk and Bob Hale.

(4) Obituary supplied by Darla Terry :

Bobby Wayne Hale

September 6, 1929 - September 12, 2014

Bobby Wayne Hale, age 85 of Sand Springs, passed from this life on Friday, September 12, 2014 at his home.

Bobby was born on September 6, 1929 in Marshall, Oklahoma to Don Easely [sic] and Edna Lee (DaBell) [sic] Hale. He attended School in Garber, Oklahoma then enlisted into the United States Navy. After the Navy Bobby moved to Sand Springs in the 1950’s and went to work for Sheffield Steel and later changed names to Gerdau Ameristeel Steel Plant where he worked for over 30 years and retired as a Production Supervisor. He married Bonnie Pidcock on November 17, 2008. He loved hunting and fishing.

Bobby is survived by his wife Bonnie of the home, two daughters; Sherry Paxton of Stillwater and Linda Dolina of Sand Springs. Also surviving Bobby are several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and numerous other relatives.

He was preceded in death by his parents and 1st wife Carolyn Hale.

Private Services.
 
HALE, Bobby Wayne (I791)
 
25235 . . . PHILIPPA _____ . . . married second at Glemsford on 15(?) Sept. 1552, John Webb of Lidgate [about eight miles from Glemsford], co. Suffolk, whose wife Rose had been buried at Lidgate on 11 Feb. 1551[/2]. John and Philippa (_____) (Frost) Webb had a daughter Anna baptized there on 17 July 1553. Philippa was buried at Lidgate on 20 Jan. 1557[/8] and John on 25 July 1558.

(2) Threlfall, John Brooks, Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England and Their Origins, Westminster, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 2008, pp. 99-100:

WILLIAM FROST['s] . . . wife was named Philippa. William died in the summer of 1549, testate. After his death, his widow remarried on 15 September 1552 at Glemsford, John Webb of Lidgate, which is about eight miles from Glemsford. He was a widower, his wife Rose having been buried at Lidgate on 11 February 1551/2. John and Philippa (_____) (Frost) Webb had a daughter, Anna, baptized in 1553, so it is apparent that Philippa was probably born after 1508, Philippa was buried at Lidgate on 20 January 1577/8 and John Webb on 25 July 1558.
 
WEBB, John (I5222)
 
25236 aged 24 years SMITH, Elizabeth (I31747)
 
25237 Aged 29 years MARCHANT, Benjamin Sr. (I31759)
 
25238 aged 3 months MARCHANT, John Jr. (I35514)
 
25239 Aged 68 years MARCHANT, John (I35717)
 
25240 Aged 76 years EVEREST, Ann (I31760)
 
25241 aged 84 years ALFREY, Dorcas (I31721)
 
25242 durocher McCLINTOCK, John James (I36344)
 
25243 Ebenezer Starnes had two sons and two daughters: William A., Sarah, Ebenezer and Mary.
 
STARNES, Ebenezer Jr. (I5989)
 
25244 en route to Gold Rush FOX, Harvey G. (I41582)
 
25245 England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 MARCHANT, William Sr. (I35684)
 
25246 [Continued from the Notes on Catherine GARRETSON's husband, Morgan MORGAN, Sr.]

It was not until 1743 that Frederick held its first independent court, and subsequently, as Morgan had continued his position of Justice in Orange County until this time, was re-commissioned as a Justice of Frederick in November of that year. One of the first acts dictated by this new court, was the establishment of West Virginia's first road, directed and overseen by Morgan Morgan which connected his home to the county seat of Winchester, a distance of about twelve miles. As the Report of the Colonel Morgan Morgan Monument Commission says, the road struck out from Winchester "into the wilderness - pointed civilization westward in its onward course," connecting to Morgan's home, which beyond, was nothing "but Indian, buffalo and pack-horse trails".

From the beginning of this roads foundation, it had been of the utmost importance, being a gateway through the wilderness for settlers to their future western homes beyond, as well as a strategic military thoroughfare. "It was the route of young Washington . . . in command as military instructor, etc., of the militia for the northwestern counties of Virginia" . . . , and it was additionally partly traveled by General Braddock and his troops on their way to Fort Duquesne.

It was four years after the foundation of this road that David Morgan, of which Dale Payne wrote of in his Biographical Sketches of the Pioneers, "became one of the earliest pioneers to explore the region of the Monongahela River". It was in 1747 that David, along with Jacob Prickett, Nathaniel Springer, John Snodgrass, and Pharaoh Ryley "assembled on the Cacapon River at Capt. James Coddy's Fort, to await word from Lawrence Washington and Mr. Cresap before proceeding on an expedition to locate land for Mr. Washington and Company". . . . Lawrence was the elder half-brother of George Washington, who was, as Joseph Ellis wrote in His Excellency, "a surrogate father" . . . for the future first president.

The party set out to pay visit to Charles Poke, the famous Indian trader who was then living along the South Branch of the Potomac River, and who too, with David, was at Captain Samuel Brady's funeral. Poke had been one of the earliest traders to penetrate the seemingly endless wilderness of western Virginia and Pennsylvania, and David's party were hoping to interview Charles in regards to the whereabouts of Traders Track Road. Although Poke was not at home at the time of their arrival, his wife was able to give them the information needed for their journey.

In early May, the group had reached the forks of the Cheat River, where they "remained until about the middle part of June, exploring up and down the Monongahela". . . . It was here that they encountered the Mingo Chief, Guyasuta, who with eight warriors, befriended the young surveyors. This is the chief told of in Story of Old Allegheny City, whom "George Washington once called the 'Great Hunter'". . . . Tradition has it that Jacob Prickett inquired from Guyasuta the name of a nearby stream, and after the chief declared that it had no name, Prickett claimed the stream in Guyasuta's honor. It became known as "Guyasuta Creek for many years" . . . , though eventually gave rise to the name Ten Mile. It is additionally ironic to note that later Guyasuta would come to play a role in the defeat of General Braddock's 1755 expedition, of which both David and Jacob Prickett were soldiers, and it was there that Keziah Shearer, a daughter of Henry Batten's, had claimed that David received "a big scar on his cheek from the fighting". . . .

The year following this exploration of the Monongahela, David, along with sixteen year old George Washington, were appointed to assist "George William Fairfax on a surveying expedition of the Fairfax holdings in the Shenandoah Valley". . . . Their work constituted the northern line of the Fairfax estate, which also doubled as a portion of the boundary between Virginia and Maryland. Additionally, it is believed, as disposed by one Joseph Hartley, an old friend of David's, that he "was a first class surveyor and surveyed most of the tracts [in the Monongalia region] in early times". . . . Unfortunately however, many of these surveying records were presumably destroyed in the Morgantown courthouse fire of 1796.

It was in 1757 that George Washington had first ran for a position in the Virginia House of Burgesses for Frederick County, only to lose to Hugh West and Thomas Swearingen, a son of Thomas Swearingen "of the ferry," and husband of Mary Morgan, a daughter of Captain Richard Morgan of Frederick. However, Washington and Col. Thomas Bryan Martin had come to defeat West and Swearingen in the following year, and we subsequently find that while David Morgan cast his vote in Washington's favor, his father, Col. Morgan Morgan, had voted against the future president, rather preferring West and Martin.

In Charles S. Morgan's Biblical record, earlier mentioned within this sketch, it sets fourth that Morgan had "died colonel of his county" . . . , and the inscription on Morgan's original tombstone, made shortly after his death, confirms the honorary title. Of this position, the Morgan Morgan Monument Commission referred to Garner and Lodge's History of the United States, discussing Virginia's colonial system of government, which claims:

At the head of the county was a lieutenant who corresponded in a rough way to the Lord Lieutenant of England, was sort of a deputy to the governor and bore the honorary title of 'Colonel.' He was commander of the county militia and as a member of the Governor's Council exercised other important non-military duties. . . .

It was in 1753 that Lord Thomas Fairfax, Earl of Cameron, had succeeded Morgan as the county's chief Justice, and it was on March 8th of that year, that now being the presiding officer of the court, "administered the oath to Col. Morgan, qualifying him to his military commission of Lieutenant-Colonel". . . . It was thus that Morgan's rank was second only to George William Fairfax, the Colonel of the County at that time, son of Lord Thomas Fairfax, and George Washington's closest friend. Additionally, George Fairfax's sister, Anne, had married Washington's elder brother, Lawrence; Washington himself, as his letters permit us to assume, would later fall "passionately in love with his best friend's wife" . . . , the young Sally Fairfax. It was four years later, being 1757, that upon Colonel George William Fairfax's death, Morgan succeeded in becoming Colonel of his county, and this, the last major feat known of Morgan's life, was a position that he held until death.

The end of this sketch, of course, ends with Morgan's life, being in 1766, the same year his son Zackquill had settled in Monongalia County, and later came to found Morgantown, West Virginia. Priscilla Kingston had wrote that Morgan "lived a pattern of piety and good citizenship until the advanced age of seventy-eight," and while under the roof of his son, Rev. Morgan, he "breathed his spirit into the hands of his creator" . . . on November 17th of that year. Subsequently, Morgan was buried in the cemetery of Morgan's Chapel, and his wife, Catherine, who survived Morgan by seven years, was later buried at his side.

Nearly one-hundred years following Morgan's death, after the western counties of Virginia had separated during the Civil War, Morgan was credited with having many "firsts" within the state. Today, West Virginia acknowledges Morgan as having been its first white settler, the first civil officer, the first judicial officer, the first commissioned military officer, the first road engineer in supervision of the state's first public enterprise, the first licensed tavern keeper, and the official sponsor of the first church. On April 17th, 1923, the West Virginia State Legislature passed a bill providing for the erection of a monument to Col. Morgan Morgan near his place of burial. Governor Ephraim F. Morgan, a sixth-generation descendant, had appointed a commission to carry out the provisions of the act, which is thus the same commission which was so often quoted throughout this sketch. Consequently, the monument was unveiled and dedicated on September 13th, 1924, forever in remembrance of Morgan's sterling and steadfast character.
 
GARRETSON, Catherine (I9933)
 

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