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1  Agilmund (I74912)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Patton (I18796)
 
3 !birth date calculated from 1850 census of Branch, Michigan. By 1870 had gone to Iowa with daughter Minerva Smith and her family. Assume death date to be correct but record gave no known identifying facts to prove record was hers. Cause of death was falling from a table, duration was ten days. Carter, Melinda (I40564)
 
4 !Birthdate and name taken from 1850 census of Bronson, Branch co., Michigan Burch, Cordelia (I71736)
 
5 !Birthdate and name taken from census 1850 Bronson, Branch co., Michigan Burch, Benoni (I13850)
 
6 !Birthdate taken from 1850 census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan.Name found in will of brother-in-law, George W. Filkins. Harris, Thomas (I1278)
 
7 !CEMETERY: Center Cemetery, New Salem, Franklin, MA, June 1998, "In Memory of Mr. Joseph Hascall who died Oct ye 21st 1771 in the 60th year of his age: !CENSUS: 1790 Census, Heads of Families, page 118, New Salem, Hampshire, MA Haskell, John (Males over 16) 2, (Males under 16) 1, (Females) 2 Haskell, Jacob (Males over 16) 2, (Males under 16) 2, (Females) 4 page 150-1, Thompson, Windham, Conn. Haskell, David (Males over 16) 1, (Males under 16) 2, (Females) 1 Shutesbury, Hampshire, MA Haskell, John (Males over 16) 2, (Males under 16) 1, (Females) 3 !CENSUS: 1800 Census Hampshire County, NEW SALEM John Hascall (Males) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) (Females) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) Jacob Hascall (Males) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) (Females) 1 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 2 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 0 (45+) Saml Hascall Jr. (Males) 2 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 1 (26-45) 0 (45+) (Females) 1 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 0 (45+) WENDELL Nathan Haskell (Males) 0 (0-10) 1 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 1 (26-45) 0 (45+) (Females) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 1 (26-45) 0 (45+) SHUTESBURY John Haskell (Males) 1 (0-10) 1 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) (Females) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) Levi Haskell (Males) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 1 (26-45) 0 (45+) (Females) 2 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 1 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 0 (45+) !CENSUS: 1810 Census Hampshire County, MA, NEW SALEM John Haskell (Males) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) (Females) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) Jacob Haskell (Males) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 1 (45+) (Females) 0 (0-10) 0 (10-18) 0 (16-26) 0 (26-45) 0 (45+) Haskell, Joseph (I54590)
 
8 !CEMETERY: Center Cemetery, New Salem, Franklin, MA, June 1998, "In Memory of Mrs. Catherine Hascall relict of Mr. Joseph Hascall who died April 22d 1797 in the 81st year of her age: Green, Catherine (I22425)
 
9 !death found in Coldwater, Michigan, Branch county clerk--death records. Cause of death cancer. Employed by the railroad. Filkins, Charles W. (I8244)
 
10 !Found in 1850 census with parents and siblings in Copley twp Summit county Ohio and 1860 in Noble Branch county Michigan as a boarder. Was a cooper as was his father. Died from pneumonia in Dec 1906. Smith, Elijah R. (I23819)
 
11 !History - New England, page 547 - (II) James, fourth son of Surgeon John (q.v.) and Joan (Tattershall) Greene, was baptized June 21, 1626, at St. Thomas Church, Salisbury, England, and was made a freeman of Warwick in 1647. He resided at Potowomut, on the southerly side of Main street, and was town clerk in 1661; was a member of the general assembly as general commissioner under the first charter, and was deputy and assistant under the second charter ten years. He removed to Portsmouth with other in habitants of Warwick to escape the Indians in King Philip's war, and resided for some years at "Hunting Swamp." In 1684 he purchased lands in Warwick at Potowomut, where he settled, and where his descendant, the distinguished General Nathaniel Greene, of the revolution, was born. He died April 27, 1698. He married (first) about 1658, Deliverance, daughter of Robert and Isabelle Potter, whose farm joined his own, born 1637, died 1664. He married (second) August 3, 1665, Elizabeth, daughter of John and Susanna Anthony, of Portsmouth. Children of first marriage: James, mentioned below; Mary, born September 28, 1660; Elisha, March 17, 1663; Sarah, august 27, 1664. Children of second marriage: Peter, August 25, 1666; Elizabeth, October 17, 1668; John, died young; Jabez, May 17, 1673; David, June 24, 1677; Thomas, November 11, 1682; John, September 30, 1685; Susanna, May 24, 1688. Greene, James (I25533)
 
12 !HISTORY: New England, page 1703, (III) William (2), son of Captain William (1) Green, was born in Malden, MA in 1661. He deposed February 15, 1685-86, that he was aged twenty-four years. He married, in 1682, Elizabeth Hills, born in 1661, daughter of Joseph Hills, a granddaughter of Joseph Hills, as shown by a deed of Joseph Hills to his granddaughter Elizabeth Green, wife of William Green Jr., of Malden. According to family tradition he was killed by the Indians at Dunstable, MA, now Nashua, New Hampshire. The records show that he died March 21, 1690-91, as recorded at Malden. His widow Elizabeth married, August 25, 1691, Captain John Lynde, son of Thomas Lynde (2). By Elizabeth, his second wife, Captain Lynde, had Dorothy, born December 20, 1692, who married Jacob Green (3), Joanna Lynde, February 22, 1696-97; Mehitable Lynde, March 22, 1697-98. Elizabeth (Hills) (Green) Lynde died January 29, 1698-99, and Captain Lynde married (third) Judith (Worth) Buckman, widow of ____ Buckman, of Malden, and had Martha, born July 6, 1700, married, January 13, 1725-26, Rev. Thomas Green, of Leicester, son of Samuel (3), Thomas (2), Thomas (1), mentioned above. From Rev. Thomas Green are descended Hon. Andrew H. Green, "Father of Greater New York," Samuel S. Green, librarian emeritus of the public library of Worcester and many other prominent Worcester county families. Mrs. Judith Lynde died February 4, 1735-36, aged eighty-three. Children of William Green: William, mentioned (MISSING) Green, William (I73719)
 
13 !HISTORY: New England, page 1703, (IV) William Green (MISSING) died at Royalston, MA, October 19, 1772, aged eighty-six years and thirteen days. William Green was a carpenter by trade and he had the contract to build the first school house in Malden. It was a one-story structure sixteen by twenty feet. In 1719-20 he removed to Leicester, Worcester county, MA, with other Malden men, of whom his father's cousin, Captain Samuel Green, was a leader and he was one of fifty to whom was granted the eastern half of the town of Leicester. He was town treasurer of Leicester from 1736 to 1745 and he was living in 1755, when he deeded land adjoining land of Dr. Thomas Green in Leicester. Children, born in Malden: Mary, February 22, 1710; Sarah, September 13, 1711; Hephzibah, June 13, 1714; William, July 6, 1716. Born in Leicester: Israel, April 13, 1720; Charles, August 18, 1724; Nahum, mentioned below; Mercy, August 18, 1731. Green, William (I40549)
 
14 !In warranty for sale of property to settle her father's (Nathaniel P. Filkins) estate her name appears as both Almina and Mary E. Filkins, Almina (I5505)
 
15 !Information on name and birthdate and place from 1885 Iowa state census. Middle name from Brian Filkins a direct descendant. Riggs, Irene Inez (I33270)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Teller, Charles E. (I38360)
 
17 !Middle name from Brian Filkins, a direct descendant. Filkins, James Ruggles (I5506)
 
18 !Name and birth year taken from 1850 census Matteson twp, Branch co, Michigan Burch, Lucina (I22851)
 
19 !Name and birth year taken from 1850 census Matteson twp, Branch co, Michigan Burch, Benoni (I71729)
 
20 !Name and birth year taken from 1850 census Matteson twp, Branch co, Michigan Burch, Zebulon (I71730)
 
21 !Name and birth year taken from 1850 census Matteson twp, Branch co, Michigan Burch, Mary A. (I71735)
 
22 !Name and birth year taken from 1850 census Matteson twp, Branch co, Michigan born 1847 according to Pam Navrat of Kansas, she also said that W stood for Wesley Burch, George W. (I71731)
 
23 !Name and birth year taken from 1850 census Matteson twp. Branch co. Michigan Burch, Armilla (I58392)
 
24 !Name and birth year taken from census Matteson twp.Branch co., Michigan 1850 used name "Billings"--note from Pam Navrat of Kansas Burch, Nathaniel (I71733)
 
25 !Name and birthdate taken from 1850 census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan Harris, Rollin (I1275)
 
26 !Name and birthdate taken from 1850 census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan Harris, Sarah (I1276)
 
27 !Name and birthdate taken from 1850 census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan Harris, Millard (I1280)
 
28 !Name and birthdate taken from 1850 census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan Harris, Polly (I1281)
 
29 !Name and birthdate taken from census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan 1850. Harris, George (I1279)
 
30 !Name and birthdate taken from1850 census of Hamilton, Van Buren co., Michigan Harris, William (I1274)
 
31 !Name found in brother-in-law's will (George W. Filkins) age estimated from census Matteson twp, Branch co., Michigan Burch, Benoni (I71732)
 
32 !Name found in will of brother-in-law, George W. Filkins. Birthdate estimated from census 1850 Bronson, Branch co., Michigan Burch, Zebulon (I3272)
 
33 !Per Ed Street blacknet@tedgebbs.is.net BIRTH & DEATH: the Street Genealogy by Henry A Street 1895 CONFLICT: History of the DeGraffenried Family by Thomas P Degraffenried 1925 & The Woodsons and their connections by Henry Morton Woodson 1925, pp. 202 states birth date as 1803 Woodson, Mary Graffenreid (I15685)
 
34 !Record from county clerk's office Branch co, MI. witnesses: A.B. Dickinson of Coldwater and A.P. Baldwin of Coldwater. Justice of the Peace: Louis L.N. Wilson. Smith, Jr. Joseph H. (I1283)
 
35 !Record from county clerk's office Branch co, MI. witnesses: A.B. Dickinson of Coldwater and A.P. Baldwin of Coldwater. Justice of the Peace: Louis L.N. Wilson. Filkins, Minerva (I36874)
 
36 "...she was the daughter of Jan Corneliszen and Sophia (Martense) Damen, and her father's uncle, Jan Damen, owned the Wall Street section of lower Manhattan, ...in the 20th Century the most valuable real estate in the world. Michael adapted well to the heterogeneous culture of the metropolis peopled by Dutch, French, and English immigrants; while still in his twenties he was a magistrate at Brooklyn in 1679 (and again in 1691), ...serving also as a Lieutenant in the Foot Guard. He and his wife sold their mill at Bushwick in 1695, and their home there in 1699, (NYGBR-54), joining his father at Kingston; not long thereafter they settled at Poughkeepsie. The 1714 Census shows their household as composed of one male over 60, two males 16 or over and one under 16; one female between 16 and 60, two under 16, and two slaves. Since Peter (3) then had his own domicile, the two males were presumably Jan and Michael Jr., with Damen (3), the youngest, under 16. Damen, Neeltje Jans (I34839)
 
37 "8 Sept 1815 Sileas Flournoy vs James Austin, debt $636.24 ...From the handwriting of various entries concerning cases where Aalfred M. Harris is attorney, which entries he makes himself, which handwriting is same as these entries. Harris was Flournoy's attorney. Silas Flournoy at that time was living in Davidson County, Tennessee east of Nashville where Mud Tavern Station in the Lebanon railroad stands. His wife Martha Cannon is buried there. He was my great grandfather. He came to Davidson County in 1807 and to Giles County in 1816. He was the son of Samuel Flournoy of Powhatan County Virginia who died at his place, Farmington, near Jude's Ferry of the James River in October 1780, and who himself was one of the sons of the immigrant, John James Flournoy. Samuel is buried at Farmington. I do not know where the immigrant is buried. He died in March 1740. The decent of this immigrant from Laurent Flournoy who died in France after the massacre of St. Bartholomew in 1572." Flournoy, Silas F. (I56905)
 
38 "Aldingham", Hanover Co., VA Dabney, William (I46054)
 
39 "Arlington", Prince Edward Co., VA Garden, Sallie Elizabeth (I73579)
 
40 "Arlington", VA Custis, George Washington Parke (I20908)
 
41 "Aspenvale", Smyth Co., VA Campbell, Sarah Buchanan (I22079)
 
42 "Athol", The Plains, Fauquier Co., VA Spencer, Julia McIlvaine (I11922)
 
43 "Bear Castle", Albemarle Co., VA Carr, Daniel Ferrell (I62205)
 
44 "Bear Castle", Louisa Co., VA Carr, Garland (I22924)
 
45 "Bear Castle", Louisa Co., VA Carr, Francis (I28035)
 
46 "Beaverdam", Hanover Co., VA Fontaine, William (I9152)
 
47 "Beaverdam", Hanover Co., VA Fontaine, William (I9152)
 
48 "Beaverdam", Hanover Co., VA Fontaine, Joseph Morris (I9197)
 
49 "Beaverdam", Hanover Co., VA Morris, Anne (I10689)
 
50 "Beaverdam", Hanover Co., VA Fontaine, Charles (I13430)
 

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