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51 "He was brought to the Pullen and Boos Funderal Chapel where services will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. B. E. Junkins of the Christian Chuch officiating. Burial will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery." Thrasher, Asa Wilson (I242050206147)
 
52 "He was buried in the family plot at St. John's Episcopal Church, at City Point." Eppes, ^ Private Richard Cocke I (I240159793157)
 
53 "He was in consumption and married on his bed." Family F3639
 
54 "He was killed by Indians, 3 May 1676, at Bradford, and his wife and five children were carried forty miles into the wilderness and were held there until 13 Jun, when they were returned." Kimball + |, Thomas (I240175188088)
 
55 "He was married to Miss Jane Lutman by Rev. Henry Whitfield, Rector at Ockley in Surrey, Eng., 24 Aug 1636, according to the parish register of Ockley." Family F6066
 
56 "He … died after 1 Oct 1707." (AoPaP) Woodson +, ^ Colonel Robert I (I240057174162)
 
57 "Her father, James Blood, was likewise killed (by Indians), 13 Sep 1692." Blood +, James (I240067737340)
 
58 "His (Samuel Wetherbee) father, John Wetherbee, also passed away here, and his brother John moved to Michigan." p189. Wetherbee +, John V-1751 (I7028399734)
 
59 "His birth is estimated by Anderson to be about 1597." White + |, John (I240074179578)
 
60 "His brother Thomas, who was younger by two years …" Triplett, ^ Captain Thomas (I242169802195)
 
61 "His character was as clear as a sapphire highly polished, and his heart was as true to his friends as the needle to the pole. The winds of Clarendon mourned over his departure, and the hearts of many shed tears of love when his body was laid away." p310. Wetherbee, ^ First Sergeant John M. (I242007611783)
 
62 "His mother died when he was a year old." This range of years covers the range of birth dates for James Alpheus Adams plus 0 years on earliest year (Jan birth, Dec death) and plus 2 years on the latest year (Dec birth, Dec death plus roundup). Strain +, NN (I242119341009)
 
63 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Tutt, ^ Lieutenant Richard (I240123819271)
 
64 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Perrin, Elizabeth (I242135200044)
 
65 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Tutt, Mary Perrin (I242135200196)
 
66 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Tutt, Elizabeth (I242135200225)
 
67 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Tutt, Ann Hansford (I242135200250)
 
68 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Mims, Matthew I (I242135202857)
 
69 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Mims, Sarah M. (I242221329805)
 
70 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Mims, Matthew J. II (I242221330090)
 
71 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Mims, Mary Ann (I242221331314)
 
72 "Immediate backside of house at 414 Penn ST, Edgefield. Surveyed by Wayne Ridlehoover & Katherine Scavens 16 Sep 1993." Mims, Eliza Ann (I242221331438)
 
73 "in a Charlotte hospital Tuesday afternoon following three weeks of illness." Date also according to his wife's obituary in the Greenville News. Chapman +, William Grady (I6847755876)
 
74 "in a Selma hospital." https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JPVS-3P8 Christian, Thelma M. (I6868194623)
 
75 "in the latter half of 1840" Family F1535
 
76 "Isa continued her music career as church organist, but had taken her place as Mrs. William Renwick, wife of another Bruce homesteader." Family F5430
 
77 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5297
 
78 "It is certain that Cisley married ancient planter Samuel Jordan sometime prior to 21 Dec 1620, when he received his first dividend of land, which also included her entitlement as an ancient planter." Family F3462
 
79 "Jane Swan, m. 27 Oct 1781, William Nutt." Family F3823
 
80 "Jeanne was killed at age 11 walking downtown Breckenridge MN with Joyce and her aunt and uncle. A stray bullet ricocheted out of the country and hit her in the head (hunting accident)." Wetherbee, Jeanne LaVonne (I6848089786)
 
81 "Joan of England was married for the second time, clandestinely (to her father, the King's, great displeasure), presumably early in 1297, to Ralph de Monthermer who had been a member of the late Earl's household." Family F1581
 
82 "John Ames, who was shot by the savages at the gate of his own garrison, 9 Jul 1724, was the father of Jacob, who married her (Mrs. Shattuck) Neice, Ruth Shattuck." Other references say 24 Jul 1726. Ames +, John (I240074179357)
 
83 "John M. Wetherbee, born on the Millard road, was known for long years in the Copeland store." p310. Wetherbee, ^ First Sergeant John M. (I242007611783)
 
84 "Married—at Cooperstown, N. D., at noon, on Saturday, 12 Jan 1907, by Rev. H. F. Josephson, Charles P. Anderson to Miss Jorgina Watne." Family F5020
 
85 "Married—at the home of Tonnes Vatne, on Sunday, 9 Oct 1910, Mr. Andrew Sharpe, and Miss Janna Vatne, of Sverdrup, N. D., Rev. H. F. Josephson officiating." Family F1313
 
86 "Mr. and Mrs. Max Wetherbee of Antioch, IL. , are houseguests in the home of his brother, Lester Wetherbee. They came to attend the funeral of their brother, Clarence Wetherbee at Rosholt, whose funeral was held last Saturday." Wetherbee, Clarence Frank (I7028330868)
 
87 "Mrs. Joiner died Wednesday in a private hospital." Butler +, Sarah Isabelle (I24222869506)
 
88 "Mrs. Vera Carter, 87, who died early Tuesday in a Roanoke Rapids Hospital …" NN (Carter), Vera (I242052306036)
 
89 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I240058944243)
 
90 "My father Richard Herring eeparted this life on Monday about 1/2 an hour after ten o'clock in the morning being the 4th day of April 1803—aged 77 years 1 month & 11 days." Herring +, Richard (I240053256131)
 
91 "Near this spot John Shattuck, a Selectman of Groton, and his son John were killed by the Indians, 8 May 1709, while crossing Stony Fordway, just below the present dam. 1882" Shattuck, John II (I240175066016)
 
92 "Near this spot John Shattuck, a Selectman of Groton, and his son John were killed by the Indians, 8 May 1709, while crossing Stony Fordway, just below the present dam. 1882" Shattuck, John III (I240175066281)
 
93 "No record of the death of John Shumate I has been found, however, it appears that the 200 acres of land mentioned above descended to his sons John and Daniel upon his death." de la Chaumette + ?? |, Jean Baptiste I (I240176686003)
 
94 "Northern Louisiana". Boon +, Allen (I6906512810)
 
95 "Old" Kennett Meeting House. Hollingsworth + |, Samuel (I240193860766)
 
96 "Old" Kennett Meeting House. Harland + |, Hannah (I240193860859)
 
97 "on Friday, 12 Nov 1897, by Rev. O. K. Quamme … both of this county." Family F5906
 
98 "On the 3rd day of March, 1801, I was accordingly married to Hannah Strane." (Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley, 150) Family F3631
 
99 "Only D/O *M & E Mims* - Died while in school in Columbia SC" Mims, Sarah M. (I242221329805)
 
100 "prob. at Stow." Family F3143
 

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