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51

(2) Law, Hugh T., How to Trace Your Ancestors to Europe, Salt Lake City, UT: Cottonwood Books, 1987, p. 86:

In 1972 George Olin Zabriskie, Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, published an article entitled, "The Rapalje-Rapelje Family." He used the Raparlie-Trico marriage and with my permission the Rapareilliet baptism and burial records from Valenciennes. I publish them here because many people interested in this family probably have not seen his article in the magazine, de Halve Maen. He spelled the surname Rapareillet, as in my researcher's report. But I now see in the microfilmed records that it is spelled "Rapareilliet," more like the "Raparlie" spelling used in the Amsterdam record. 
RAPAREILLIET, Nicolaes (I21682)
 
52

(2) Law, Hugh T., How to Trace Your Ancestors to Europe, Salt Lake City, UT: Cottonwood Books, 1987, p. 86:

In 1972 George Olin Zabriskie, Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, published an article entitled, "The Rapalje-Rapelje Family." He used the Raparlie-Trico marriage and with my permission the Rapareilliet baptism and burial records from Valenciennes. I publish them here because many people interested in this family probably have not seen his article in the magazine, de Halve Maen. He spelled the surname Rapareillet, as in my researcher's report. But I now see in the microfilmed records that it is spelled "Rapareilliet," more like the "Raparlie" spelling used in the Amsterdam record. 
RAPAREILLIET, --- (I21683)
 
53

(2) Lee, Edmund Jennings, Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892 [Reprint], Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Company, Inc., 2003, pp. 17-24:

THE LEES OF ENGLAND.

THE earliest records of England contain references to many families of this name, though spelt in many different forms. The various counties of England have been from early times dotted with Lee villages, towns, and rivers; there was scarcely a county that did not contain several Lee seats, mansions, or manors. In view of the prevalence of this name, it will be readily acknowledged that the accurate tracing of the descendants of any special progenitor is no easy task. . . .

The following sketches of ten of the principal Lee families in England are from the pen of Mr. J. Henry Lea, of Fairhaven, Mass., who has devoted considerable time to the study of the genealogies of the families of this name. His sketches may, therefore, be considered thoroughly accurate and reliable. They are necessarily very brief. These ten families are: . . .

1. Leigh of West Hall, High Leigh, Cheshire. 
de LEGH, Hamon (I34124)
 
54

1928-29 Waco, Texas City Directory: Jacob C. (Ella) Gross, Truck farmer, Res. 3415 S. 3rd St.
1930 Waco City Directory: Jacob C. (Ella) Res. 3415 S. 3rd St.
1932-33 Waco City Directory: Jacob C. (Ella) Gross, Res. 3415 S. 3rd St. 
GROSS, Jacob C. (I3123)
 
55

219
Parents:
Name of Child and Date of Baptism:
Witnesses: 
SCHOONMAECKER, GrietjenMargaret (I2596)
 
56

32nd degree Mason on 23-28 Oct 1945 at Austin, TX 
GROSS, Oscar Hamlet (I3222)
 
57

Andrew [Jackson] appeared twice in Sumner records, once in 1811 posting a $1250 marriage bond and in 1817 holding six acres of land in Captain Aldreson's Company on the Middle Fork of Drakes Creek. The Jacksons moved shortly thereafter to Pope County, Illinois on the banks of the Ohio. 
JACKSON, Andrew (I40492)
 
58

At the time of the 1880 census, Lorinda GROSS was living with David CLINGAN (Lorinda's brother-in-law) and Martha (GROSS) CLINGAN (Lorinda's sister). 
GROSS, Lorinda (I3137)
 
59

BAPTISMS OF 1688 . . .

12 Jul; Jan Sprat, Maria de Peyster; Cornelia; Abraham de Peyster, Cornelia de Peyster 
SPRATT, Cornelia (I10767)
 
60

BAPTISMS OF 1690 . . .

2 Feb; John Sprat, Maria de Peyster; John; Isaacq de Peyster, Catharina de Peyster 
SPRATT, John (I10768)
 
61

BAPTISMS OF 1693 . . .

23 Apr; John Sprat, Maryken de Peyster; Maria; Johannes Peyster, Maria Van Balen 
SPRATT, Maria (I10769)
 
62

BAPTISMS OF 1696 . . .

25 Oct; John Sprat, Maria de Peyster; Catharina; Cornelis de Peyster, Catharina de Peyster, h.v. Coln. Ab. de Peyster 
SPRATT, Catharina (I10770)
 
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3242)
 
64

County: Fulton
Name: Catharine Ault
Spouse: Elias V. Clark
Marriage Date: 23 May 1852
Date: 21 May 1852
Book: A
Original Source Page: 78 
CLARK, Elias V. (I7233)
 
65

County: Fulton
Name: Darius Ault
Spouse: Emma S. Orr
Marriage Date: 27 Feb 1868
Date: 26 Feb 1868
Book: B
Original Source Page: 465 
AULT, Darius (I7206)
 
66

County: Fulton
Name: Peter Ault
Spouse: Caroline C. Hoever
Marriage Date: 29 Aug 1854
Date: 29 Aug 1854
Book: A
Original Source Page: 175 
AULT, Peter (I7202)
 
67

Elleen and Willie have no children. They are moving to Georgetown, TX Townhouse at the end of May 1999. 
GROSS, Elleen (I3511)
 
68

Family Bible lists his name as "A.W.P" Gross. 
GROSS, William Pleasant (I3124)
 
69

Farmed in Meigs Co. and later worked with the railroad and the Stanley Co. in Chattanooga. 
GROSS, Thomas Johnson (I3455)
 
70

FILE, DANIEL GUM, ELIZABETH 05/05/1849 A/ 167 BOND 
Family F6418
 
71

FILE, TOBIAS COOK, SINA 12/20/1850 A/ 174 BOND 
Family F6420
 
72

FILE, TOBIAS SR BAKER, HANNAH 05/24/1876 A/ 94 BOND 
Family F6421
 
73

Friday, August 3, 1917

The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar MOW, who died at the home of its parents in South Bend Thursday, was brot [sic] to Richland Center Friday for burial Saturday.

Tuesday, August 7, 1917

The funeral of Kathleen [MOW], the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omer MOW of South Bend, was held at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David MOW, last Saturday morning, burial at Richland Center. - - - WHIPPOORWILL ITEMS. 
MOW, Kathleen Ruth (I6732)
 
74

From Greensboro, Greene County, GA. 
COOK, Stephen R. (I3360)
 
75

Graduated from Lee College, Cleveland, TN in Aug 1998. Enrolled in Graduate School at Lee in 1998. 
HIETT, Sherri Leigh (I3338)
 
76

He died in an auto accident at age 18. 
LONG, --- (I3364)
 
77

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jacob SIMMONS Self M Male W 76 PA Farmer PA PA
Jane SIMMONS Wife M Female W 71 PA Keeping House PA PA

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Source Information:
Census Place Davidson, Sullivan, Pennsylvania
Family History Library Film 1255195
NA Film Number T9-1195
Page Number 609D 
SIMMONS, Jacob (I12532)
 
78

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John PHILLIPS Self M Male W 69 PA Farmer PA PA
Susan PHILLIPS Wife M Female W 62 PA Keeping House PA PA
Edward PHILLIPS Son S Male W 32 PA Farmer PA PA
Daniel PHILLIPS Son S Male W 30 PA Farmer PA PA
John A. PHILLIPS Son S Male W 22 PA Farmer PA PA
Rosa I. PHILLIPS Dau S Female W 16 PA At Home PA PA

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Source Information:
Census Place Davidson, Sullivan, Pennsylvania
Family History Library Film 1255195
NA Film Number T9-1195
Page Number 607C 
PHILLIPS, John (I12534)
 
79

In the 1850 census of Meigs County, TN, Elizabeth Jane GROSS' name was listed as Jane. In the 1860 census of Meigs County, TN, her name was listed as Elizabeth. In the 1870 census of Meigs County, TN, her name was listed as Jane. In the 1880 census of Meigs County, TN, her name was listed as Jane. In the 1900 census of Meigs County, TN, her name was listed as Jane. In the marriage records of Meigs County, TN, her name is listed as Elizabeth J. 
GROSS, Elizabeth Jane (I3156)
 
80

Jacob C. Gross Family Bible, Possessed by Chuck Gross. 
GASS, Mariam Pearalee (I3231)
 
81

JANE FROST
Female

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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 10 OCT 1711 Fareham, Hampshire, England

Death:
Burial:

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Parents:
Father: SAMUEL FROST Family

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Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.

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Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

C063062 1558 - 1743 0918892 Film 1238691 Film

Sheet: 00 
FROST, Jane (I10704)
 
82

JOHN FROST
Male

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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: About 05 OCT 1703 Fareham, Hampshire, England

Death:
Burial:

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Parents:
Father: SAMUEL FROST Family

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Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.

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Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

C063062 1558 - 1743 0918892 Film 1238691 Film

Sheet: 00 
FROST, John (I10701)
 
83

John Pickernell and his grand son Captain John Fox were making a voyage together in the ship "Elizabeth" that belonged to Capt Fox's father, Thomas Fox, of London. John Pickernell died at sea on the way to Virginia in the year 1625. Thomas Fox died the same year, probably before his son and brother-in-law set out on their voyage 
PICKERNELL, John (I194)
 
84

Legendary coach at Central and Baylor. 
ETTER, E. B. (I3474)
 
85

Lived in Birchwood TN. Pioneer Days by L. R. Shropshire rev 1992 p 70. 
CONNER, Catherine Tennessee (I3151)
 
86

Lived in Chattanooga, TN in April 1998 
GROSS, Anna Gene (I3475)
 
87

Lived in Ooltewah,TN in April 1998. 
GROSS, Philip (I3476)
 
88

Marriages, Morrow County, OR, 1885-1917, p. 29:

Leslie S. Leach, Gertrude M. Simpson, July 6, 1900, B. F. King, Minister. 
Family F1077
 
89

Marriages, Morrow County, OR, 1885-1917, p. 8:

Samuel N. Warfield, Sarah S. Simpson, Mar. 17, 1889, E. B. Stanton, J.P. 
Family F1078
 
90

Married by William Locke Bm.

Married by William Locke Bm. 
Family F777
 
91

MARTIN, ASA BRYANT, JANE 01/24/1832 001/ WHITE 
Family F1405
 
92 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3333)
 
93

Monday, April 30, 1951

Sarah Estella Mow

Funeral services were held this afternoon at 1 o?clock for Mrs. Sarah Estella MOW, 63, of route three, at the Grandview EUB church in Richland township. Mrs. Mow died Saturday noon at her home in that township after a six weeks illness.

The deceased was born [Sarah Estella O?BLENIS] March 26, 1888, in Fulton county and had been a resident of Richland township for may years. Her parents were Frank and Emeline (MILLER) O?BLENIS. She was married to Clayton MOW in 1913.

Surviving are the husband, three daughters, Mrs. Esther Ruth COOK, Mrs. Wilma BURNETT and Mrs. Eloise COOK all of whom reside in Richland township; four sisters: Mrs. Lydia MARSHALL, Rochester; Mrs. Lillie ARMSTRONG, Pleasant Dale, Saskatchewan, Canada; Mrs. Nora WRIGHT, Argos; Mrs. Alice ARMSTRONG, Decatur, Ill.; a brother Charles O?BLENIS, Danville, Ill. A brother William O?BLENIS and a sister, Mrs. Amanda DRAKE, preceded in death as did three brothers who died in infancy.

Burial was made in the Richland Center IOOF cemetery with the Rev. Myron M. KOTTKE in charge. 
O'BLENIS, Sarah Estella (I6697)
 
94

Monday, December 13, 1943

Mrs. Edna [BEEHLER] MOW BUNN, died suddenly Saturday afternoon at two o?clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Barts, 305 N. Main street, this city. Mrs. Bunn passed away in a diabetic coma. She had been seriously ill for the past two days, it was stated. Mrs. Bunn resided in her apartment over the Beall Tire Shop, this city. The deceased had a wide acquaintance of friends throughout Fulton county, where she had lived for practically all of her life.

Edna [BEEHLER], daughter of William and Christena Jane BEEHLER was born in the Whipperwill [sic] neighborhood, Richland township, on August 27th, 1889. On June 20th, 1908 she was united in marriage with Clarence L. MOW, to which union four children were born. Mr. Mow passed away on June 5th, 1922. February 27th, 1926, Mrs. Mow was wed to Albert T. BUNN, who preceded her in death September 30th, 1941. With the exception of a few years residency in Thompsonville, Mich., all of her life was spent in Fulton county. Mrs. Bunn was a member of the Richland Center Methodist church.

Surviving are her mother, Christena Beehler, of this city; two brothers, Leo [BEEHLER] and Clyde BEEHLER, of Rochester; four sisters, Mrs. Leo THOMPSON, of Akron; Mrs. Clair NELLANS, Mrs. Wilby EVANS, both of Rochester; Mrs. Dwight ROUCH, of Fulton; five children, Mrs. Paul BARTS, of this city, Herschel William MOW, of Washington, Ind.; Charles Marion MOW, of the U.S. Army; Mrs. D. G. HENDRICKSON, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Wesley MacMURRAY, and Ralph BUNN, both of Rochester; seven grandchildren, Randall Lee MOW, Yvonne [MacMURRAY] and Marguerite MacMURRAY, Donna Mae BUNN and Mapanna [HENDRICKSON] and Beverly HENDRICKSON. A son Ferman Everett MOW and her father, preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon, two o?clock at the Richland Center Methodist church. Rev. H. L. ADAMS, of Hobart, Ind., will be in charge of the services, assisted by Rev. SIPLE, pastor of the Richland Center church. Burial will be in the Richland Center cemetery. 
BEEHLER, Edna Fern (I6695)
 
95

Monday, February 12, 2001

Elmer C. Cook

Sept. 18, 1913 ? Feb. 11, 2001

Elmer Clarence COOK, 87, Grace Village, Winona Lake, died at 5:45 p.m. Sunday at Kosciusko Community Hospital, Warsaw, where he was treated for cardio-respiratory failure. He had been ill for five years.

Born in Rochester to Daniel and Della BABCOCK COOK, he married Esther ?Ruth? MOW Feb. 22, 1936 in Rochester. She died July 16, 1999.

Mr. Cook resided at Huffman Lake, near Atwood. He also lived in New Carlisle, Argos and Richland Center, near Rochester. He retired from Bendix Corp., South Bend, after 26 years.

He farmed in the Argos and Richland Center areas. He was a member of the Otterbein United Methodist Church, Atwood.

Survivors include two daughters, Elaine KLEIN and husband Dr. John KLEIN, indianapolis; Sandra COOK, Seattle, Wash.; three sons, Richard D. [COOK] and wife Susie, Fort Wayne; Keith C. [COOK] and wife Penny, Winona Lake; Brent M. [COOK] and wife Judy, LaPorte; 13 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one sister, Edith HANEY DARKWOOD and husband Virgil, White Pigeon, Mich; two brothers, Eldrith [COOK], Rochester; Kenneth [COOK] and wife Martha Ann, Kewanna; several nieces and nephews.

Preceding in death with his wife were his parents, one grandson and one foster grandson. Services are at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster & Good Funeral Home, Rochester, with Rev. Gene ANSELL officiating. Burial is at Richland Center IOOF Cemetery, northwest of Rochester. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home and one hour prior to services. 
COOK, Elmer Clarence (I6460)
 
96

Monday, January 3, 1977

Esther M. Mow

Mrs. Esther M. MOW, 80, 916 Monroe street, died at 11:30 p.m. Sunday at her home. She had been ill for several years.

Mrs. Mow was born Oct. 29, 1896, in Fulton county to William and Martha [DUDGEON] BURKETT. She married Leo C. MOW April 20, 1918; he died in 1958. She was a member of Grace United Methodist church.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Roy (Helen) McGRIFF, Rochester; two sons, William [MOW], Rochesrter, and Robert [MOW], Angola; a brother, Walter BURKETT, Rochester; six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. A son, Edward [MOW], preceded in death.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Foster & Good funeral home with the Rev. Fredrick G. KUEBLER officiating. Burial will be in the Richland Center I.O.O.F. cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday from 3 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. until time of service. 
BURKETT, Esther Marie (I6703)
 
97

Monday, January 5, 1959

Kavin Lee Mow

Services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Foster & Good funeral home here for Kavin Lee MOW, infant son of Philip and Sonja MORGAN MOW, Greencastle. The baby died at birth at 3 p.m. Saturday in Putnam county hospital, Greencastle.

The Rev. Lloyd MENEREY of the Richland Center Methodist church officiated at the
services and burial was in the Richland Center cemetery.

Surviving besides the parents are the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles MORGAN, R.R. 3, Rochester; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward MOW, R.R. 3, Rochester; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert WARNER, R.R. 3, Rochester; the paternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Leo MOW, R.R. 5, Rochester; the paternal great-grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. Harley ZUMBAUGH, Chase, Mich., several aunts and uncles. 
MOW, Kevin Lee (I6539)
 
98

Monday, July 19, 1999

Ruth Cook

Oct. 28, 1917 - July 16, 1999

Ruth COOK, 81, Warsaw, died 9:22 p.m. Friday in Warsaw.

Born to Clayton and Sarah O?BLENIS MOW in Rochester, she married Elmer C. COOK on Feb. 22, 1936 in Rochester. He survives at home.

Mrs. Cook was retired from Sears, Roebuck & Co., South Bend, where she worked from 1964-79. She was a member of Otterbein United Methodist Church, Atwood, where she was organist and pianist for many years. She wintered for over 15 years in Punta Gorda, Fla.

Survivors include two daughters, Elaine E. and husband Dr. John KLEIN, Indianapolis, and Sandra K. COOK, Seattle, Wash.; three sons, Richard D. COOK, Fort Wayne, Keith C. and wife Penny COOK, Warsaw, and Brent M. and wife Sandy COOK, LaPorte; 13 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Eloise and husband Eldrith COOK, Rochester, and Wilma FOLTZ, Rochester.

She was preceded in death by her parents, one grandson, Jason SIMONTON in 1994, and one foster grandson, Gary Allen BROWN.

Services are 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster & Good Funeral Home, Rochester, with Rev. Gene ANSELL officiating. Burial will be in Richland Center I.O.O.F. Cemetery, northwest of Rochester. Friends may call 4-8 p.m. Tuesday or one hour prior to serrvices on Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Kosciusko Homecare and Hospice. 
MOW, Esther Ruth (I6459)
 
99

Monday, March 23, 1992

Charles Mow

Charles MOW, 72, Elkhart, died at 6:14 p.m. Sunday at Americana Health Care Center in Elkhart, where he had been a patient since June.

Arrangements are pending at Hartzler-Gutermuth Funeral Home, Elkhart.

Wednesday, March 25, 1992

Charles M. Mow

May 1, 1919 - March 22, 1992

Services were to be at 1 p.m. today in the Hartzler-Gutermuth Funeral Home, Elkhart, for Charles M. MOW, 72, Elkhart.

The Rev. Stephen KOLDERUP was to officiate, and burial was to be in Rice Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army.

Mr. Mow died at 6:15 p.m. Sunday in the Americana Healthcare Center, Elkhart, where he had been a patient since June. He was born in Fulton County. On Aug. 18, 1946 in Grandville [sic], Ohio, he married Mary J. THOMPSON, who survives.

He held bachelor?s and master?s degrees from Indiana University. He also attended Manchester College and the University of Notre Dame. He taught school a short time in Fulton County before entering the Army Air Corps during World War II and serving in the China-Burma Theater of war. He then taught in the Elkhart school system, starting with Lincoln School where he later was principal. Afterwards, he joined the Midwest Commerce Banking Company and became manager of its Travel Unlimited Edition, retiring in 1980. He was a member of the Elkhart Exchange Club, the I.U. Alumni Association and the First Presbyterian Church.

Surviving are two sons, Mark T. [MOW], Elkhart, and Joe W. [MOW], Middlebury; six grandchildren, and a sister, Jane BARTS, Rochester. Preceding in death was a brother, William [MOW]. 
MOW, Charles Marion (I6419)
 
100

Monday, March 8, 2004

Helen L. McGriff

April 25, 1922-March 6, 2004

Helen L. McGRIFF, 81, of 1401 Washington St., Rochester, died at 3 a.m. Saturday at Life Care Center, Rochester.

Born in Richland Township to Leo C. and Esther Burkett Mow, she lived her entire life in the Rochester area. On Oct. 30, 1945, she married Roy McGriff. He preceded her in death on Feb. 24, 1993. She graduated from Richland Center High School and attended South Bend Business College. A member of Grace United Methodist Church, Rochester, she was employed as secretary for Bendix Corp., South Bend, and as executive secretary for McMahan-O?Conner Construction Co., Rochester, for 45 years. She retired in 1990.

Survivors include her brother, Robert M. Mow, Ft. Myers, Fla.; several nieces and nephews including Phillip Mow, Nashville, Tenn., Sheridan Mow Blakesley, Vista, Calif., Shannon Mow, Summerville, Mass., Sherri Mow, Kirk Mow, Indianapolis, Wayne Mow, Angola; one sister-in-law, Margaret Mow Garner, Oceanside, Calif.; great-nieces and nephews; and great-great-nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two brothers, Edward and William Mow, and one nephew, Denny Mow.

Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Foster & Good Funeral Home, 128 W. Sixth St., Rochester, with the Rev. Rick Taylor officiating. Burial will be at Richland Center IOOF Cemetery. Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Tuesday and one hour prior to her services Wednesday at the funeral home. 
MOW, Helen Louise (I6546)
 

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