Matches 3501 to 3550 of 3562
|3501||Bessie Burdell Wray Justice may have been born in Jackson County, North Carolina. Her Marriage to Thomas Weldon Justice was a first marriage for her but it was his second marriage. His first wife had died. There were several children by his first marriage.||Bessie Burdell Wray
|3502||find-a-grave photo of double gravestone|
Nora Towery Wray
Feb. 4, 1899
Feb. 13, 1937
David C. Wray
Sept. 28, 1897
May 7, 1958
|David Charles Wray
|3503||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
Fred F Wray
World War II
Mar 19 1915 - Nov 20 1986
|Fred Franklin Wray
|3504||find-a-grave photo of double gravestone|
July 16, 1878
May 26, 1945
Mar. 23, 1880
[no death date on stone]
|James Nicholas Wray
|3505||«b»New Orleans, Louisiana, Death Records Index, 1804-1949 New Orleans, Louisiana, Death Records Index, 1804-1949|
«i»Name:«/b»Roy W. Wray«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Year:«/b»abt 1906«tab»«tab»
«b»Death Date:«/b»27 May 1935«tab»«tab»
|Roy W. Wray
|3506||Research results: Searched 1860 census TN Blount Co, Monroe Co, Roane Co. He's not there.||John Q. Wright
|3507||«b»U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006|
Name:«/b»Richard B Wright«tab»«tab»
«b»Service Info.:«/b»SM2 US NAVY WORLD WAR II«tab»«tab»
«b»Birth Date:«/b»12 Oct 1926«tab»«tab»
«b»Death Date:«/b»18 Dec 2004«tab»«tab»
«b»Cemetery:«/b»Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery«tab»«tab»
«b»Cemetery Address:«/b»2900 Sheridan Road St. Louis, MO 63125«tab»«tab»
«b»Buried At:«/b»Section 1v Site 1868«tab»«tab»
|Richard B. Wright
|3508||Find A Grave Memorial# 47068506|
|3509||Richmond County, VA, Deed Book 10, 1741-1750, page 185 - December 13, 1743 from Francis Suttle (Settle) of the Parish of St. Paul in the County of Prince William, planter, to Thomas Williams (William) Wells of the Parish of Cople in the County of Westmoreland, planter, for 2000 pounds of tobacco, that measured tract of land in Lunenburg Parish in Richmond containing about 150 acres whereon William Redman now lives, and is part of the land Francis Suttle Sr. bought of Col. William Loyd and is bounded by a branch of the easternmost side of Henry Suttle's plantation, the line of Joshua Lawson, the land of Daniel Jackson. Signed - Francis (FS his mark) Suttle. Wit: John Yeatman, John (X his mark) Jones and Thomas Wright. Recorded 6 February 1743/44.|
County, VA, Wills and Inventories 1717-1725, Will Book 4, page 17 \endash In obedient to an order of Court, dated 5 December 1717, we whose names are under written did meet at ye house of Joshua Lawson's, deceased and then and there did inventory and appraise all and singular the Estate of ye deceased as was brought to us \endash Includes 1 old mare, 3 lbs of old pewter, 1 old saddle and bridle. \endash Total value of his Estate 8 pounds, 11 shillings and 11 pence. Signed Samuel Bayly, John (his I mark) Yeatman and Daniel (his D mark) Jackson. Recorded 5 March 1717/18.
«i»1810«/i»; Census Place: «i», Richmond, Virginia«/i»; Roll: «i»70«/i»; Page: «i»342«/i»; Family History Number: «i»0181430«/i»; Image: «i»00646«/i».
Males 26-44 1; females under 10 1; femailes 16-25 1; slaves 1
«i»The Yeatmans in American«/i», [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Originally published 1988, Los Angeles, author unknown.
The first definitely located Yeatman, from whom the family recorded on the chart is descended, was John Yeatman (1). He first appeared in court records as executor of the will of Joshua Lawson in Richmond Co., Virginia, 1/11/1715. He must have been a man of standing in the community, and at least thirty years old, to have been placed in such a position. His standing is further shown by having been appointed Gent. Justice for Richmond Co. 1/3/1721. He died before 4/4/1737, when an inventory for his estate was filed. ... He married Hannah Lewis, only daughter and heir of Joseph Lewis. It is interesting to note that Lewis is still being used as given name in the family to this day. Hannah deed land, inherited from her father, to her eldest son John (2) 3/31/1753. She died prior to 8.4.1761, when a court action was closed; "Abated, the Plaintiff being dead."
|3510||The Yeatmans in America, p 14|
citing No. Farnham Parish Reg.
Sarah, dau. of John & Hannah Yeatman, b. 3/28/1727.
|3511||Married second James W. Withers.||Dora M. York
|3512||1910 Census states Emma had borne 3 children; 2 living. Married 10 years.||Emma York
|3513||Abstracts, p. 43|
Young, James; 4 June 1795. 25 Feb. 1799
To grandson, James Neale, to have 6 Negroes during life and at his decease they are to be divided between his sons, Richard and William. To daughter ------ Jones, 5 shillings. Philip Fishback, to have 32 pounds curr. To grandson, James Dale, to have wearing apparel. Mentions 2 daughters, ------ Neale and ---------Dale and their children. Exrs: Francis Whiting, James Neale, W. Fitzhugh, W. Fitzhugh. (p. 255)
|3514||Find A Grave Memorial #33429588|
Joe S. Young
Aug. 12, 1852
Nov. 12, 1908
|Joe S. Young
|3515||Was a 1st cousin of Dillard Love. They never married.|
Source: Ancestry World Tree Project; Robison, Dunn, Dickson, Bassett and Allied Families; updated: 28 Nov 2004; Dave Robison
|3516||(Research):Check Civil War Pension records.||Mary Whittier Young
|3517||find-a-grave||Elizabeth Ann Youngblood
|3518||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
Born Oct. 12, 1800
Died Jan. 30, 1892
92 ys, 3 mos, 18 days
|3519||find-a-grave photo of gravestone|
Danl & Hannah
Born Jan. 13, 1842
Died Oct. 1, 1877
Aged 35 ys, 8 mos, 18 days
|Mary Katherine "Kate" Zarr
|3520||Immigrated 1892; followed 2 years later by wife, Anna, and son, Henry (Heinrich) - born 1892 in Russia.||George Adam Zieg
27, 1989 "Vinita Daily Journal"
Jimmie Littrell, 90, died on March 24, 1989 at her home in Vinita. Mrs. Littrell was born on December 27, 1898 in Richland, Missouri, the daughter of George and Mattie (Case) Zumwalt. She was a homemaker and a member of Trinity Baptist Church. Survivors include one son, Eugene R. Littrell of Redmond, Oregon; two granddaughters; two great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Littrell who died on September 15, 1965; and one son, Leroy Littrell who died on June 21, 1988. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Trinity Baptist Church with Rev. Will Busch officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Burckhalter Funeral Home.
|3522||father b France||Catherine Zwilling
|3523||Effective Date 1 Jun 1850||Source: 1850 U.S. Federal Census
|3524||Effective date of census 1 June 1860||Source: 1860 United States Federal Census
|3525||Effective date 1 June 1911||Source: 1911Census of Canada
|3526||Original data: Arkansas Pre-1908 Homestead and Cash Entry Patents||Source: Arkansas Land Records
|3527||Index of Arkansas marriage records between 1851 and 1900 includes data from county court records for 40 counties in the state. Complete marriage information may be obtained from the relevant county.||Source: Arkansas Marriages 1851-1900
1895 - 1907
|Source: Chickasaw Nation Marriage Index, 1895-1907
|3529||Directions to cemetery: from Crocker, go 5.6 miles on "U" Highway. Turn Right on "KK" Highway. Go ½ mile. Cemetery on left by church.||Source: Concord Cemetery, Pulaski Co., MO
|3530||Location of cemetery: 1/2 mile east of Little City, OK||Source: Cumberland Cemetery, Marshall Co., OK,
|3531||photocopy of certificate in posession of Shirley Strutton Dalton.||Source: Death Certificate: Elisha S. Strutton
|3532||Certificate in possession of Claudine Jones firstname.lastname@example.org||Source: Death Certificate: George W. Luttrell
|3533||File contributed for use UsGenWeb Archives by Charlotte Morrison||Source: Graham Co., NC. Marriages 1872-1900
|3534||Photographs & burial information provided courtesy of C. N. Swainson||Source: Happy Top Cemetery, Monroe Co., TN (abandoned)
|3535||Last updated 1 Feb 2005|
Location: Richwood Township: Section 8, Township 39 North, Range 13 West, Miller County, MO
|Source: Hickory Point Baptist Church Cemetery, Miller Co., MO
|3536||Burial records kept by Boeke Funeral Home, 501 E. Maple St., Hubbard, Iowa 50122||Source: Hubbard Cemetery. Tipton Twp., Hardin Co., IA
|3537||Last update 27 Mar 2005|
Location: Richwood Township: Sections 19 & 30, Township 39 North, Range 12 West, Miller County, MO.
|Source: Iberia Cemetery, Miller Co., MO
|3538||Location: Richwood Township: Section 2, Township 39 North, Range 13 West, Miller County, MO.||Source: Jarrett Cemetery, Richwoods Township, Miller Co., MO
|3539||Originally published: Lexington, Kentucky, 1932|
Julia Spencer Ardery (Mrs. William Breckenridge Ardery
|Source: Kentucky Court and Other Records, 2
|3540||Updated regularly using recent obituaries.|
Location: Richwood Township: Section 3, Township 39 North, Range 13 West, Miller County, MO.
|Source: Livingston Cemetery, Richwoods Township, Miller Co., MO
|3541||Cemetery location: Richwood Township: Section 12, Township 38 North, Range 13 West, Miller County, MO||Source: Madden Cemetery, Miller Co., MO
|3542||photocopy in possession of S. Dalton||Source: Marriage Bond: Henry Paulding Stone and Elizabeth A. Bailey
|3543||photocopy in possession of S. Dalton.||Source: Marriage Bond: John B. Stone and Samantha Bailey
|3544||Index of marriages included in book.||Source: Marriage Book 1, Barren Co "The First Fifty Years"
|3545||Marriage license issued 22 July 1846 for John P. West & Cynthia M. Morrill.||Source: Marriage License: John P. West & Cynthia Morrill
|3546||Information from copy of the marriage record filed in the County Clerk's office at Greenville, Bond, Illinois on [day illegible] of August 1832. Marriage license issued 1 August 1832; marriage performed by Andrew G. Mills, JP.||Source: Marriage Record: John W. West & Sally Smith
|3547||copy in possession of Shirley Strutton Dalton.||Source: Military: Civil War Pension Application of Elisha S. Strutton
|3548||Cemetery inventory including only birth and death dates. Author has added maiden names for women, if known and expanded birth and death dates, if known..||Source: Mobeetie Cemetery, Mobeetie, Texas
|3549||Index of surnames of persons buried in Monroe Co. cemeteries.||Source: Monroe Co., TN -- Cemetery Index
This ledger originally belonged to Moser and Blackman, stonecutters, whose shop was on Marble Hill (Lakeside) in Monroe Co. TN in the 1850s and 1860s. The shop was destroyed in the Civil War. Luther M. Blackman (1843-1918) lived in the Bat Creek/Eve Mills area of Monroe County. He was a major and Quartermaster in the 4th Tennessee Cavalry, USA in the Civil War and served from Oct. 12, 1865 to the end of 1869 in the 34th and 35th General Assembly of Tennessee.
Recorded in the ledger are the orders for tombstones along with their inscriptions. No indication is given as to the cemetery where the stones are to be erected. Many of these stones are still standing in cemeteries in Monroe County, but many others have disappeared. Although the shop operated only from 1857 to 1860, many of the inscriptions are for tombstones for people who died much earlier.
The transcription is made from a photocopy of the original. Items single spaced indicate they were part of a single order with the price and sometimes the name of the purchaser at the end. The pages in the original book are not numbered. It is very fragile and more copies of the original will not be made. The original ledger belongs to a granddaughter of Luther Blackman.
|Source: Moser & Blackman Inscription Book Bat Creek