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101 "Samuel Wetherbee dwelt here until his death, at the age of 79, a man who was esteemed by all the residents of Clarendon." p189. Wetherbee, Samuel I (I24223431479)
 
102 "She is buried in the Cutting Cemetery in Whitingham." Pollard, Sylvia (I242086079717)
 
103 "She is thought to have been the woman referred to in the 9 Jun 1623 will of Nathaniel White of Ferring, Essex, England." Allgar ++, Bridget (I240057048140)
 
104 "She left Georgia and, a very old woman, returned to live out her final years in Tazewell, Virginia, doubtlessly at the home of one of her children by her first husband, John Durham." Hightower, Sarah (I240067602417)
 
105 "She probably died around 1620." [Why is this probable?] Belgrave +, Thomasine (I240099426947)
 
106 "She was buried in a small family cemetery." See findagrave.com for story of gravestone being found and winding up in Charlotte NC. Moore +, Sarah (I6847962670)
 
107 "She was divorced from Adrian Knight and later married Desmond Mangum." Family F532
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I242039123878)
 
109 "Shortly after the surrender of Cornwallis, Custis died in the home of Colonel and Mrs. Burwell Bassett, brother-in-law and sister of Martha Washington." Custis, Daniel (I242019083876)
 
110 "Sir Edward le Despenser was slain at Morlaix [The Battle of Morlaix] on 30 Sep 1342. le Despenser +, Knight Edward (I242113845156)
 
111 "Sir Hugh Hastings died on an expedition to Spain with the Duke of Lancaster on 6 Nov 1386." Hastings +, Knight Hugh (I242113845446)
 
112 "Sir Robert Hildyard died testate on 21 May 1501." Hildyard +, Robert II (I242113845729)
 
113 "So also (killed by Indians) were her uncle, William Longley, his wife and five children, 27 Jul 1694, and three others of their children were carried away into captivity at the same time." Longley, William II (I240175066610)
 
114 "So also (killed by Indians) were her uncle, William Longley, his wife and five children, 27 Jul 1694, and three others of their children were carried away into captivity at the same time." Crispe, Deliverance (I240175066709)
 
115 "The body of the beloved historian will be taken to Frederica, on St. Simon's island, for funeral services. …" Knight, Doctor Lucian Lamar (I242174702459)
 
116 "The church of St. Olave, Hart ST, London, records that on 8 Sep 1630, Thomas, son of Frances Eps (Eppes) and his wife Marie, was born." Eppes |, Thomas (I242060538476)
 
117 "The funeral under the direction of the Orangemen took place here yesterday afternoon. Service was held in the Methodist Church, which building could not hold all in attendance. …" See "Hannah-Adams Genealogy, 1848-Present", page 47 for more. Hannah + |, Francis I (I7028294503)
 
118 "The funeral will be held today at 9:30 at Thorntown by Rev. Pontius. Burial at Thorntown." Strain, Thomas Boston (I242127268698)
 
119 "The remains were brought down by train from Frobisher on Friday (10th) morning and on Saturday (11th) morning were taken on to Hannah, ND, for interment …" Porter + |, Andrew II (I7027723601)
 
120 "The remains were interred in the Hannah cemetery on Wednesday Mar 31 and were followed to their resting place by a large concourse of friends and neighbors." Virtue + |, Catherine (I7028294504)
 
121 "Their daughter Margaret is probably the daughter born at Caerphilly Castle in Oct 1292, her mother having been purified there on 23 Nov following the birth of a daughter." de Clare, Margaret (I242254556803)
 
122 "They are both bur. in the Haynes Cemetery on the East River Road, below Lyon Brook Bridge." Wetherbee, Daniel I (I242082069931)
 
123 "They are both bur. in the Haynes Cemetery on the East River Road, below Lyon Brook Bridge." Swan, Betsy (I242082086243)
 
124 "They are both supposedly buried in the Old Kennett Cemetery, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania. Hollingsworth +, Enoch (I240193860352)
 
125 "They are both supposedly buried in the Old Kennett Cemetery, Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania." Crowley +, Joanna (I240193860372)
 
126 "They are buried in the cemetery on the hill." Wetherbee, Susannah Lowell (I242081542857)
 
127 "They are buried in the cemetery on the hill." Johnson, Thomas (I242081548527)
 
128 "They were married on 5 Sep 1917 in El Paso, Texas, while Owen Adrian Knight was in the Army." Family F532
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1553
 
130 "This death occurred during the revolution of 1911, when comm. with Sensi was interrupted for several weeks. It was reported to the Dept. of States under date of 10 Jan 1912, when refugees bringing the 1st authentic news of the event arrived at Hankow." Vatne, Wilhelm T. (I240061427088)
 
131 "united in marriage by Rev. J. Warren Cross, 20 Nov 1838." Family F525
 
132 "unm." [unmarried] Rose, Betty (I242184131194)
 
133 "who died before the father William Baugh, Sr." (Date not provided) Baugh + |, Willliam II (I240150742347)
 
134 "Wilheim died in 1888 at the age of 24 and was the first adult to be buried in the Westley Cemetery." According to Watne Family History by Chuck Simpson. Jonasen Vatne |, Vilhelm (I7028952163)
 
135 "William Farrar …, born 1627, as "sonne and heire to William Farrar, late of Henrico, dec'd …" (Jamestowne.org biographical sketch) Farrar +, ^ Captain William II (I240122204725)
 
136 "Young Blair and Shiverick Weeks, who subsequently married sisters of the Bliss brothers (Frederick and Abner) ..." Family F1632
 
137 "Young Steele died before he reached the age of 21, leaving no heirs …" Steele, Thomas (I242017224125)
 
138 "youngest son" Whitney, Lemuel (I242159617355)
 
139 "… and was buried at the old home-place near Broad River." According to "The Colvard Clan of Georgia." Colvard +, ^ John Stokely (I240085101544)
 
140 "… att ye house of James Moore near Ballymoney", County Antrim, Ireland. Family F2736
 
141 "… by Rev. Samuel Simonds." Family F5105
 
142 "… in Friends' Meeting at Centre Meeting House in New Castle County, Delaware …" Family F3686
 
143 "… was dead at the time when his father's will was made, but he is called in the will "eldest son. The names of his children mentioned in the will are Thomas and Francis. These sons seem to have moved to Prince William Co." Triplett, Thomas (2) (I242188761996)
 
144 "… was killed by Indians at Lancaster, MA, 4 Sep 1697;" Fairbanks, Jonathan (I242159676055)
 
145 "… was married by John Houghton, a Justice of the Peace in Lancaster, MA, 12 Dec 1722, to Rachel Woods." Family F2081
 
146 #012028-87 (Victoria Co) James GALLAGHER, 38, farmer, Manvers, same, s/o William GALLAGHER & Mary WALKER, married Elizabeth NEALS, 30, Cavan, Manvers, d/o John NEALS & Maria MERRIHEED?, witnesses George NEALS & Mary GALLAGHER, both of Manvers, 3 Feb 1887. Family F1052
 
147 #2 D St. Poe Mill, Rural Greenville, Greenville, South Carolina. Williams, Rosa Lee (I240058455983)
 
148 <i>Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File</i>. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Source (S757104068)
 
149 <i>Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812</i>. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. <p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB. Email - ask.lma@cityoflondon.gov.uk. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S756702819)
 
150 <i>Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812</i>. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. <p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB. Email - ask.lma@cityoflondon.gov.uk. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S756737421)
 

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