Matches 151 to 200 of 250
|151||info from family||Kammerchen, Chris (I519)
|152||info from family - never married||Pearce, Francis (I514)
|153||info from family is he married someone named Carrie||Pearce, William (I516)
|154||info from family is he was not married||Pearce, Samuel (I517)
|155||info from marriage entry GS film# 1007542|
it said his name is Frank Cole and he's from Buchanan, Michigan
and her last name is Mallory. Her father's name is James H. Mallory and her mother is Maria Lachrop
|156||info from Michigan marriage entry - GS film #1007542|
family info said she was born in Ironwood
BMD -too many to figure out without knowing the shire
looked in census, but couldn't find a good match
|Jackson, Katherine (I104)
|157||info from Michigan marriage entry GS film #1007542|
that is where I got the brides parents' names
|158||info from newspaper article 29 Sept 1978 "West Allis Star"||Waters, Richard Souden (I141)
|159||Information from Bernice H. Williams' memory.|
I got his middle name from the WW I Draft Registration
|Pearce, Frank Bowden (Frances) (I521)
|160||Information from Bernice H. Williams' memory.|
I got his middle name from the WWI Draft Registration card on Ancestry.com.
|Pearce, Lawrence Hope (I520)
|161||Information from Bernice H. Williams' memory.||Pearce, Lillian A. (I522)
|162||Information from Breage parish register searched by Janice R. Johanson.||Martin, Margaret Jane (I211)
|163||Information from Breage parish register searched by Janice R. Johanson.||Martin, James Matthew (I226)
|164||information from family||Family F142
|165||information from Michigan marriage entry GS film#1007542|
that is where I got the bride's father's name
Witnesses at marriage
|166||is buried beneath Betsy Ann's casket||Blackwell, Stillborn (I867)
|167||Ishpeming cemetery records|
lot 32, block 44
|Waters, Lois Jean (I83)
|168||Ispeming cemetery record, film #2026836|
buried, lot 6 block 40,
cause of death sclerosis
|Watters, John (I31)
|169||It is possible that the Burial Entry we found is not our John because the birth year would be off by 2 years. Close enough to keep it and consider it until we find another John. Burial is 1843 at 44 years old which would mean he was born in 1799. Census in 1841 states he's 40, which would mean he was born in 1801.||Rowe, John (I298)
|170||John Glasson is listed in the parish register as the father of Jane marrying John Williams. He is in the 1841 Census of St. Erth with wife Allice and several children. His occupation is labourer. The census lists the last name as Glasson with Glafson in parenthesis.||Glasson, John (I498)
|171||John is a St Erth bachelor and Mary is a St. Erth spinster.||Family F41
|172||Lillian M. Rowe, age 16 living with father, John H. and step- mother, Susan at 318 Vine St.||Source (S145)
|173||looked in parish register of St. Erth for burial since he wasn't in the 1851 Census. Didn't find him.|
Searched 1851 Census on Ancestry.com - could not find him.
|Williams, Edward (I506)
|174||Looked in the Marriage index from 1905 to 1920 and didn't find her.|
Looked in the death index and did not find her.
1/16/2012 - I found a Samuel Johns b. 12 Apr 1911 in Globe, Gila, Arizona with the mother's maiden name of Millicent Stoneman. So then I looked in the census and found her family in 1910, which makes sense because she has 2 older sisters living in Globe.
|Stoneman, Millicent (I423)
|175||Margaret Hebbard Williams was a witness at the wedding.||Family F78
|176||Marriage certificate: States her name as Mary.|
Death certificate: States her name as Millie.
Both certificates are in Generation 6 Document Binder.
There is a Mary Anne b. 27 Dec 1868 with a father John and mother Elizabeth, address,Roskear; occupation, miner found in the All Saints, Tuckingmill, Camborne parish register.
History of Richard Hendra and Mary Rowe AND Richard Williams and Emily Jane Thomas
as told by Bernice H. Williams 7 May 1978:
Richard Williams and Emily Jane Thomas were married in England. They had one son, Harold before Richard came to America. Six years later, Emily followed with Harold. They lived at 634 N. 5th Street, Ishpeming, Michigan. They had 6 more children before Richard died.
Richard Hendra was a boarder at the Williams home. Mary Rowe was the maid. They married and had 2 children, Arthur and Myrtle. Mary got homesick, so Richard brought her back to England along with the 2 children. She died while there. Richard returned with the 2 children.
Then Richard Hendra married Emily Jane Thomas Williams. They had a stillborn boy and Roy Irving Hendra.
The home at 634 N. 5th Street, Ishpeming, Michigan stayed in the family until the summer of 1973 when its only occupant, Stanley Williams died. It was then sold to a family by the name of Niemi.
After studying the English census, I have determined that the best guess for our Mary is Mary E. with the father John and mother, Catherine in 1871 and Mary E. in 1881 with mother Phillippa. John and Phillippa are in the Ishpeming census in 1900. Mary is listed as being born in Phillack which is in the Redruth district. Therefore, I have determined that the civil registration for Mary Emily in Redruth Dec 1868 Vol. 5c, pg 283 is the correct one.
Received certificate: b. 12 Dec 1868 High Lanes, Phillack - father: John Rowe mother: Catherine Rowe, formerly Skinner
|Rowe, Mary Emily (I19)
|177||Marriages Mar 1893 (>99%)|
Endean Grace Redruth 5c 294
Hill William Redruth 5c 294
Pascoe Walter Redruth 5c 294
Stoneman Eliza Ann Redruth 5c 294
|Stoneman, Eliza Ann (I129)
|178||Marriages Sep 1883 (>99%)|
Hendra Samuel Redruth 5c 360
Hosken Cate Redruth 5c 360
SKEWES William Redruth 5c 360
SYMONS Caroline Jane Redruth 5c 360
|Hendra, Samuel (I307)
|179||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Waters, May Tanya (I563)
|180||Midge Waters notes say he was buried in Marquette, Michigan||Waters, John Clarence (I82)
|181||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Williams, David John (I274)
|182||Mrs. Beatrice Richards of Long Beach, California was listed as a surviving sister in the obituary of Mary Ann Williams||Richards, James Bennett (I558)
|183||Mrs. Beulah Shimek is listed as a survivor in the obituary of her father, Howard Burton Waters.||Waters, Beulah Iva (I735)
|184||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Waters, Dorothy Taft (I737)
|185||Mrs. Fern Swenson is listed as a survivor in the obituary of her father, Howard Burton Waters.||Waters, Fern M (I736)
|186||Mrs. Sara Carlyon of Long Beach, California is listed as a surviving sister in the obituary of Mary Ann Williams. Marquette Mining Journal, Monday, March 17, 1947|
1920 Census - could not find her.
1930 Census says she immigrated to U.S. in 1897.
I found her in the BMD marriage index in 1885 with a John Carlyon, but she is listed in the 1891 Census with her family as Sarah J. Carlyon
|Stoneman, Sarah Jane (I128)
|187||Mrs. Viola Kramer is listed as a survivor at the death of her father, Howard Burton Waters.||Kramer, Clarence (I744)
|188||Name: Frederick E Roadt|
Service Info.: US ARMY AIR CORPS WORLD WAR II
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1922
Death Date: 28 Jun 1997
Cemetery: Lakeview Cemetery
Cemetery Address: 1300 Fusk Av Eau Claire County Eau Claire, WI 54703
I got the place of death from the Wisconsin Death Index
|Roadt, Frederick E. (I1095)
|189||Name: Mary Hendra|
Estimated birth year: abt 1814
Year of Registration: 1887
Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec
Age at Death: 73
District: Redruth (To 1974)
Page: 160 (click to see others on page
|Ladner, Mary (I208)
|190||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Reynolds, Grant Alvin (I732)
|191||No Eliza in freebmd marriage index for 1875-85||Williams, Eliza Ann (I1062)
|192||Not in 1861 Census||Hebbard, Jane Polglaze (I233)
|193||Not in marriage index|
1871 Census - no Eliza Chipan
1891 Census - no Eliza Chipan
|Stoneman, Eliza Jane (I188)
|194||not in SS Death index 11/11/09|
Birth RICHARDS, LEONARD FELIX 1907.12.29 ____.__.__
JAMES BENNETT RICHARDS BEATRICE FRANCES STONEMAN GILA
|Richards, Leonard Felex (I1073)
|195||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Richards, Franklin James (I1072)
|196||not in the BMD for Devon||Watters, Nellie (I140)
|197||notes from Midge Waters has the death date as 3 July 1917||Waters, Allie Peardon (I110)
|198||Notes taken from my mom (Bernice Williams) says that this child's name is Richard and that he is a twin to Robert. Don't know what is correct.||Mikko, Daniel (I549)
|199||Obituary for John Lehmann: Former Ishpeming resident John P. "Jack" Lehmann, 68, died Thursday, Aug. 19, 1993 in Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in Baton Rouge. Mr. Lehmann was born in Iron River and was raised in Ishpeming. He was an auditor for the State of Louisiana. He served in teh U.S. Army Battery D, 798th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion during World War II. He was a member of St. George Catholic Church and the Ushers Club. He's survived by his wife, Patricia Z. Lehmann of Baton Rouge: a daughter, Leslie J. (Medric Jr.) Stein of Baker, La.; a son, John P. (Kathy) Lehmann of Prairieville, La.; a sister, betty Rosten of Negaunee; a brother, William Lehmann of Ishpeming; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Leslie and Muriel Lehmann of Ishpeming.|
Pallbearers were Alan Brown, Richard Hillard, T.J. Flanigan, Russell Lehmann, Medric Stein Jr., and Tommy Gascon.
|Lehmann, John Peardon (I683)
|200||occupation, labourer is listed at son Thomas birth in 1836||Williams, John (I125)