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When I wrote to Len asking if I could forward this to the
Bowles list, he added this to the information:
Here's another quote from the book, "Soe Longe as There Comes Noe Women", by
W. Gordon Handcock.
Under the heading, "The Documented Fate of the (1753) Settlers in the
Trinity Area" (verbatim):
"Some of the planters in Trinity in 1753, such as Rev. Mr. Lindsay, Captain
Joseph Bools (Bowles), Benjamin lester, and Wm. Green, retired home to
England, whilst others, such as John Black and patrick Green, are mentioned
in Lester's diary in the 1760s as planters on Gooseberry Islands in
From: Len Seymour <lenaudseymour(a)shaw.ca>
Subject: [NF-ROOTS] (Taverner-Lester-Garland, et al.) Soe Longe...
This info was taken from a genealogy chart and was a bit difficult to
transcribe into plain text. I've tried to untangle the info as best as I
could. The list of children and their stats are separated by a semi-colon
Selected Branches of Poole-Newfoundland Taverner Family:
Margaret Taverner, Planter, Widow 1675, Bay de Verde:
Children: James (Nfld. Planter 1682); Andrew; *WILLIAM; John; **MARY;
***JACOB; Robert (m. Sarah, d. Poole 1748, Mariner); Abraham(Nfld. Planter
*William Taverner, b. Bay de Verde, d. Poole1763, m. Rebecca, Nfld. planter,
Bay de Verde, c. 1675-99, Trinity 1700-06, Poole Mariner, Merchant
Children: Isaac (writing master, d. Poole 1719); Mary (m. Woodford);
Elizabeth m. John Corbin, Nfld. Planter, Old Perlican; William, Mariner,
Poole; Sarah, m. John Masters of Silly Cove, Nfld. Merchant, Mayor of Poole;
Rachael, m. ****FRANCIS LESTER, Cooper of Poole.
Samuel White 1655-1720, a Quaker of Poole m. **Mary Taverner of Bay de
Children: Joseph, 1685-1771, m. 1713 Eliz. Nickelson, m. 1736 Susannah
Nichols of Bridport-Poole-Trinity, Merchant, Estate devolves to Nephew John
Jeffery; John 1702; Samuel, 1674-1747, m. Sarah Tucker of
Weymouth-Poole-Trinity, Merchant, estate devolves to Nephews Rolles and
Vallis; Mary; William, 1671-1749, m. 1703 Joan Bennet of
Weymouth-Poole-Trinity, Merchant, Grandfather to John Jeffrey, son of daug.
***Jacob Taverner, Planter of Bay de Verde/Trinity, d. 1751.
Children: Benjamin, 1713-1793, m. Ann, 1718-1793, Trinity Boatkeeper and
Planter, daughters wed Wm. Moores, 1774 and Wm. Sweet, 1773; Jacob, 1719-71,
m. Mary, Trinity, Planter; Andrew, d. 1772, m. Catherine, Trinity, Planter
and Mariner, widow weds Richard Ash, 1799, daughter weds Wm. Whitewood;
William, Poole, Mariner; Luke, Mariner; Joseph, m. Jane, Trinity, Mariner,
Planter; Hanna; Mary, m. Richard Cook; Susannah, 1723-1799, m. Benjamin
Lester of Poole, Merchant; Katherine.
****Francis Lester, 1668-1737 of Poole, Cooper, m. Rachael Taverner of Bay
de Verde, Nfld.
Children: John; Sarah; Francis; Isaac, 1718-1778, m. Amy Bowles,
Poole-Trinity, Merchant; Susannah; *****BENJAMIN, 1724-1802, m. Susannah
Taverner of Trinity, 1723-1799, Nfld. Planter and Poole-Trinity Merchant;
Rachael; William; Abraham.
*****Children of Benjamin Lester and Susannah Taverner (above): Francis;
Rachael; Sir John; Susannah; ******AMY, 1759-1819, b. Trinity, d. Poole, m.
George Garland, 1753-1825, Poole-Nfld. Merchant; Sarah.
******Children of Amy lester and George Garland (above): Benjamin Lester;
Joseph Gulston and Francis Penton (twins); Lester; George Bingley; Maria;
John Bingley, 1791-1875, Poole-Trinity Merchant, Speaker of House of
Assembly, 1835; Amy; George, 1793-1833, Poole-Trinity Merchant; Maria;
Hope this helps someone.
Subject: 1912 voters register Shasta Co.
October 1912 voters register for Shasta Co.
This One is 1912 the second year women were allowed to register.
Information included in this book will be - Name, where they were living,
male or female, Occupation, party and the register #. Basically all it
will tell is what town a person was in, in Oct. 1912. These will be by
If you ask I'll give the rest of the info until I get it online.
*Kennett North - #32
Akers, John W.
Arrighini, Marco E.
Baird, Addie F.
Baird, James K.
Ball, Carl M.
Barber, Anna C.
Barnhisel, Charles F.
Barr, Omer W.
Beckwith, Violet A.
Bedford, Henry E.
Beebe, Ella M.
Beebe, Hattie F.
Beebe, Millard F.
Beebe, Perry A.
Beebe, William D.
Begley, Mary C.
Begley, Stephen D.
Billingsley, Edward M.
Billingsley, Pauline E.
Bishop, Hiram O.
Blair, Eunice F.
Blair, Kenneth V.
Bowles, Columbus A.
Brownlee, Alcia F.
Brownlee, William E.
Brumblay, Georgia A.
Brumblay, John C.
Byrne, James H.
my Shasta Site
Am I reading this right?
1. In 1699 Tobias Bowles and Isaac R... lived in Deal, Kent Co, MD.
2. Is Isaac R and Isaac Bowles that died after 1701 in Kent Co, MD the
3. Was Anthony Bowles a son of Tobias, and had died by 1699?
4. Tobias Bowles died 1725 in Kent Co, MD
5. Children living in 1725 at his death: James, Margaret, m. Henry
Alexander Primrose: Jane, m. John Carr; and Mary, m. Capt. John
Underdowne (or Underwood).
6. General Bowles of the British Army was also a son but had died by
7. Who is General Bowles? Could he be John Bowles 1719 New Kent Co, VA?
8. What relation is Thomas Winn, Kent Co, MD to John Winn, Hanover
Co,VA, neighbor to John Bowles?
On 19 July 1699, Tobias Bowles and Isaac R...., of Deale, Kent,
merchants, and Elizabeth, widow of Anthony Bowles of Deale, Kent,
granted a power of attorney to James Bowles of Deale.
On 19 Feb 1705/6, Tobias granted another power of attorney to James
Patuxent River, MD.
Tobias died in 1725, leaving a will in which he asked to be buried in
George's Church near his wife, and mentioning property in Deal, Kent,
London. He named his niece Thomazine Bowles, a servant in Virginia, and
son, James, son-in-law Henry Alexander Primrose, and grandson, John
Tobias was the father of : James, Margaret, m. Henry Alexander Primrose:
Jane, m. John Carr; and Mary, m. Capt. John Underdowne (or Underwood).
James Bowles's wife Rebecca appears in note to Official Records of
Robert Dinwiddie as having m., 1st, (???) Bowles, brother of General
Bowles of the British Army, and as being a daughter of Thomas Addison by
his w. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Tasker, Treas. of Maryland.
Isaac Bowles Kent Co. 23 Aug 1701- 7 Jun 1709
wife, Mary extx. and sole legatee of estate, real and personal; she to
give same to children Isaac Bowles and Ann Higley at her decease, or to
next hr. in event of their death.
Test: Thomas Winn, Phillip Jackson, Charles Bligh.
I would like to hear from any one who has knowledge of a Richard Boler/Boles.
I find him in Catahoula Parish La. in early 1830.
Richard Boler is married to Mary Hawthorn. Mary's Hathorn family were in Catahoula Parish by 1810.
Mary's family includes, Robert and Abigail Hathorn, Daughters Elizabeth born 1800 in Ga. md William P.
Squyres Mary Hathorn md Richard Boler,
sons Asa, William, Joseph, possibly Albert, and Alfred Hawthorn.
Any information on Richard Boler or Hawthorn family. Thanks
Here is an explanation for the gatewayed email we received last night.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Bundy
To: Tom Laporte
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 10:41 AM
Subject: Re: eatonsoconoverseers1829 note 37
This is a list of payments to the parish poor. In this case the Widow Bowles received 5 shillings 6 pence for a week's maintenance, at Eaton Socon, Bedfordshire (in Huntingdonshire now).
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Laporte
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 7:42 AM
Subject: re: eatonsoconoverseers1829 note 37
Sorry to jump in right in the middle of what is obviously an ongoing list but your email was gatewayed to the Bowles list when you listed:
W Bowles 5/6 Nichols 2/ 0/7/6
I am looking for a William Bowles. Could you explain your reference to me?
The first item you see below was sent to me by Rootsweb's
Personalized Mailing List. I wrote to Jane inviting her to join the
Bowles list, and to let her know that we'd discussed several of her
Below that is her reply.
If anyone sees any connection to her lines, please write her
privately and send us a copy here on the list so we can see if we
might build on it.
Yours with best wishes,
Subject: [FONTAINE] Mary Anne (FONTAINE) ARMISTEAD, b.1750-1760, VA
This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.
Surnames: Fontaine, Armistead, Lewis, Terrell
Message Board URL:
Message Board Post:
Mary Anne FONTAINE, dau. of Peter and Elizabeth (WINSTON) FONTAINE,
married Bowles ARMISTEAD, son of William and Mary (BOWLES) ARMISTEAD.
Culpeper Co., VA; Will Books B and C:
Will of Bowles Armistead.
Proven 21 June,1785
Legatees: Wife Mary Anne Armistead, pregnant. Sons: William
Armistead (a minor), Peter Fontaine Armistead (a minor). Daus.:
Elizabeth Armistead, Mary Bowles Armistead (minors). Owned land in
Halifax Co. in right of his wife.
Executors: Bro. John Armistead, bro-in-law William Fontaine, wife
Mary Ann Armistead, Capt. John Spotswood.
Wit.: William Fontaine, Mary Thornton, Lawrence Brooke, George Hume, Jr.
Page 184 of 'A History of St. Mark's Parish Culpeper Co., Virgnia,
with notes of Old Churches and Old Families and illustrations of the
Manners and Customs of the Olden Time.' by Rev Philip Slaughter,D.D.
states the following about Mary Fontaine:
4. Mary Fontaine m. first Bowles Armstead; issue, William, Elizabeth,
Mary and Peter; m. second John Lewis, a nephew of General Washngton;
issue, Frances, Howel and Mary Ann.
My question is. Does anyone have information about the baby Mary
Anne was pregnant with at the time of Bowles's death? The will of
Bowles mentions the same 4 children that are mentioned in the 'St.
Mark's article'. The 'St. Mark's article' names 3 children for John
and Mary Ann (Fontaine) Lewis. Is one of those 3 actually the baby
mentioned in Bowles Armistead's will?
My ggg-grandfather was Armistead B. Terrell, b. abt. 1810, VA. I am
trying to find his parents. Frances (?)Lewis/Armistead (mentioned
above) married Keeling Terrell.
I have sources (mostly William and Mary Quarterly articles) for all
of this information if anyone is interested.
Thanks for any help.
Thanks for your response. I do not want to subscribe to the Bowles
rootsweb mailing list at this time but you may post my query to it if
you want to. I'm not even sure if I am connected to the Bowles line
yet. I am already on several mailing lists and don't want to add
another right now. If you post it to Rootsweb, it will automatically
be posted on Ancestry.com.
I found the following two websites while searching for my ancestor
(Armistead TERRILL) that contained the BOWLES surname. That is my
main source for information and I have no additional information
other than what is contained there. They both show the marriage of
Mary BOWLES and William ARMISTEAD. Unfortunately, they are both
lacking in the areas of dates, places and sources. I do know that
there is information about the ARMISTEAD family in an article(s) in
the William and Mary Quarterly Magazine (Series 1, Vol. 6,
1897-1898). On pg 170 it states that, "BOWLES ARMISTEAD, son of
William Armistead and Mary Bowles, was a student at William and Mary
College from 1763 to 1766. His will was proved in Culpeper county
July 21, 1785. He got all his father's land in Culpeper. He married
Mary Fontaine, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Winston Fontaine and
had issue: William Bowles Armistead, who died unmarried; Peter
Fontaine Armistead; Mary, married, first, C. Alexander; second W.C.
Selden; Elizabeth married Ludwell Lee; A daughter, married _______
Terrell (Virginia Historical Collections, Vol. V., Huguenot
Emigration, p. 146; Virginia Magazine, Hist. and Biog., Vol. III, p.
432; "St. Marks Parish" by P. Slaughter)
As I stated in my original query, Bowles's will named four children
and stated that his wife, Mary Anne, was pregnant. It is the child
that she was pregnant with that is of the most interest to me since
it may be the connection to Armistead TERRELL, my ggg-grandfather.
This next one is a little tricky to navigate so I will try to give
you the steps to get where you may be most interested.
Scroll down to 'Separate Trees'
Select: 'Some Descendants of Jean de la Fontaine'
Select: Surname list
When you get to the surname list, you will find the BOWLES and
FONTAINE surnames. There is one BOWLES and many FONTAINES. In the
FONTAINE name list, look for 'Mary Ann, b.1759, "Beaverdam" Hanover
Thanks for your interest. Feel free to post this information
wherever you think it may be useful to BOWLES researchers.
July 1, 1933 Josephine County, Oregon
Harry Adolph Bowles, 21, of Van Nuys, Calif
I think his birthday is Dec 19, 1911
Is anyone familiar with this person or his family?
July 1, 1933 Josephine County, Oregon
Harry Adolph Bowles, 21, of Van Nuys, Calif
I think his birthday is Dec 19, 1911
Is anyone familiar with this person or his family?
From: "Jim Bundy" <jbundy48(a)attbi.com>
Subject: [BDF] eatonsoconoverseers1829 note 37
I'll be back with more in a few weeks. I'm hoping that a new procedure
to be done on my leg this week will allow me to walk unaided once
more, after 11 years. Might mean a bit less time for genealogy though.
1829 Brought forwd 128/1/4
Pd Giblett 7/2 R Day 4/3 0/11/5
G Barns 4/ Tungate 9/ 0/13/0
E Dean 7/ Js Crow Sen 10/ 0/17/0
W Crow 7/ Jno Crow 5/6 0/12/6
Jno Barker 5/6 Jas Foot Sen 11/6 0/17/0
Foots Boy 1/ Thody 12/6 0/13/6
Jas Markram 10/10 Purser 7/4 0/18/2
W Wells 8/3 W Townsend 3/6 0/11/9
Townsend extra /4 Endersby 4/ 0/4/4
T Johnson Jun 13/5 Maddy Jun 6/6 0/19/11
Haynes 2 Boys 3/ P Johnson 6/6 0/9/6
Cock 1/6 T Newman 6/6 0/8/0
Jno Emery 3/ Jno Foot 4/10 0/7/10
James Pearson 5/ Bartram 11/3 0/16/3
Pd W Wittering at twice 0/17/0
Bill of Necessaries 1/3/1
Pd W Ward 0/2/0
Jno Smith 0/3/0
Lent Jno Keech May 4th 0/7/6
Pd the County Rate 40/7/0
Wid Clarke 0/0/6
Brot forwd 275/8/3
JH Pd May 6th Total 455/9/10
1829 Distr of Mr C Wilson J Emery & T Topham fm the 6 May to the 20th
May 7 Pd Jno Teat for 2 weeks 0/10/0
T Clarke 5/6 W Clarke 3/6 0/9/0
Ann Sharman 3/ Gave Jones to Buy Findings Boy Clothes
Wid Sharman 5/ Dean's Girl ill 2/ 0/7/0
Clarkes Daughter 2/ S Osborn 10/ 0/12/0
Coll 10/7 Single 5/ Wid Fairey 10/ 11/2/0
Jno Markham 6/ T Jakes 5/ Jos Lee 7/6
Wid Franks 11/6 a Smith 9/17 1/1/1
Jno Staughton 6/ Quince 9/7 0/15/7
9 Rd Bull 1/6 Jno Cooper 4/6 0/6/0
W Fensome 2/6 Jno Judd Wks 18/ 1/0/6
Brown Staughton 4/2 W Parrin 11/6 0/15/8
Darrington 7/ S Stratton 2/ 0/9/0
Ashpole 5/6 W Hart 8/2 0/13/8
D Ashen 9/7 Story 9/ 0/18/7
S Hotby 8/4 W Barringer 3/5 0/11/9
Rd Ayers 1/6 Rd Viles 5/6 Croot 4/6
W Bowles 5/6 Nichols 2/ 0/7/6
T Goodliff & Boy 7/ Jos Cursley 6/ 0/13/0
L James 5/6 Thos Hill 9/7 0/15/1
Hills Lent 1/ Jno Elliot 10/ 0/11/0
Elliots Girl /6 W Cursley 1/6 0/2/0
Wid Gilbert 2/6 Jarvis 2/6 0/5/0
Jno Ward 5/7 Jos Ball 5/7 0/11/2
Jos Newman 3/ T Cooper 11/6 0/14/6
Jos Clarke 11/ Sabey 13/5 1/4/5
J Manning 7/ Eytes Child 13/ 1/0/0
W Fresh 5/ W Pridmore 9/7 0/14/7
T Rowlett 13/5 B Walance 3/6 0/16/11
Jno Baxter 2/ Valentine 6/ 0/8/0
D Watts 1/6 Jo Crow 5/6 0/7/0
Banister 4/7 Jno Ford 11/6 0/16/1
T Johnson 3/5 Finding 7/8 0/11/1
Stirman 6/ H Maddy 7/ 0/18/0
T Townsend Jun 6/ Rd Smith 7/ 0/13/0
I'm not sure who it is but I have seen some mention of African American Bowles in this list and I came across a census entry in Canada which I thought I would mention:
Census Place Amherstburg, Essex, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375916
NA Film Number C-13280
Page Number 56
Household Number 272
George COOPER M Male African 55 USA Mariner Baptist
Harriet COOPER M Female African 43 O <Ontario> Baptist
Caroline BOWELS M Female African 23 O <Ontario> Carpet Weaver Baptist
Effie BOWELS Female African 2 O <Ontario> Baptist
Subject: [IADECATU] Obit of Nettie L. Chastain
I have this obit from Friday's (April 18, 2003) Oregonian Newspaper. I know
there are Chastain family interest on this list. Nettie was born in
Koshkonong, MO. Her maiden name was Boles and she was married to Robert N.
Chastain. If interested in this obit I will type it out.
From: "Janice Katherine Lund" <genhelp(a)worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Re: [IADECATU] Obit of Nettie L. Chastain
Is the CHASTAIN below related to the Robert CHASTAIN family in Leon?
Subject: [IADECATU] obit of Nettie L. Chastain
Oregonian April 18, 2003
Nettie L. Chastain
Nettie L. Chastain died April 7, 2003, at age 79
Nettie L. Boles was born Feb. 20, 1924, in Koshkonong, Mo. She worked for an
ammunition manufacturer in Texas during World War II. She was a homemaker.
She lived in Portland from 1960 to 1979, when she moved to West Plains, Mo.
In 1949, she married Robert N.: he died in 1979.
Survirors include her daughters, Donna Barnard and Kathy
Chastain-Gospodnetich; sisters, Rosie Collins and Mary Katherine Bench;
brothers James Boles and Richard Boles; 11 grandchildren; and 15
great-grandchildren. Her son, Rober C., preceded her in death.
Private service. Remembrances to Hospice of Ponca City, in Ponca City, Okla.
From: "Helen Fazio" <hfaz(a)pdq.net>
Subject: [G-M] Ragan/Regan Family of Rowan County, NC
The Lineage of the Amos Ragan Family, Elizabeth H. Ragan, ed. by
Herbert Poole, Director, Guilford College Library, Published Jointly
by The Family of Herbert T. Ragan and the Quaker Collection of
Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1976 - presumed first
edition. Black cloth covered hardback with gold imprinting,
6-1/4x9-1/4, 264 pages, everyname index, illustrated with portraits,
old homesteads, plat maps, document reproductions, etc. The book
would be in very good condition were it not for a black "X" on the
front freepage. There are no other markings of any kind, or dog eared
pages. There are biographical sketches and much information is given
on allied lines. This is one of those rare books that you hear alot
about but seldom see that covers a number of Quaker lines. Contents
The Family Name
Ragan Family Traditions
Early Records of the Ragan Family
The James Regan Family
The James Regan Home and Family Graveyard
James Regan, Sr.
Isham Regan, Sr., Son of James Regan, Sr.: His Children and Their Descendants
Gilliam Regan, Son of James Regan, Sr.: His Children and Their Descendants
Jane Regan, Daughter of James Regan, Sr.
Charles Regan, Son of James Regan, Sr.: His Children and Their Descendants
James Regan, Jr., Son of James Regan, Sr.: His Children and Their Descendants
Amos Regan, Sr., Son of James Regan, Sr.: His Children and Their Descendants
Amos Regan, Jr., Son of Amos Regan, Sr.: His Children and Their Descendants
Part II: Biographical Sketches and Other Miscellany Pertaining to
Members of the Ragan Family
Martha English Ragan
Susan Belle Ragan
Edward L. Ragan
Joseph A. Ragan
William Preston Ragan
Robert Rowland Ragan
James L. Ragan
Horace Smith Ragan
Horace Smith Ragan, Jr.
Herbert Tomlinson Ragan
Annie English Ragan Armfield
Gilbert Lawrence Gates, Jr.
Amos Homer Ragan
Amos Homer Ragan, Jr.
Katherine Whittier Ragan Kearns
Amos Ragan Kearns and Charles Leslie Kearns
Amos Ragan Kearns, Jr.
Part III: Allied Lines of the Ragan Family
A Brief History of Some Members of the English Family
The English Family Lineage
The Forebears of John and Ruth Hoggatt English (Dau. of John & Ruth
The Descendants of John and Ruth Hoggatt English
The Will of John English
$750,050 Presented Guilford College by Trust Fund of Late N. C. English
The Thomas English Homeplace
The Tomlinson-English Family
The Descendants of Josiah and Olive Unthank Tomlinson
The Will of Josiah Tomlinson
The Marriage Certificate of William Tomlinson and Martha Coppack
The Will of William Tomlinson
Memorial for William Sidney Tomlinson
The Tomlinson Line for the Horace S. Ragan, Sr. Family
Surnames include: Adams, Akins, Albertson, Alexander, Armfield,
Armstrong, Austin, Baker, Ballard, Baranowski, Barbee, Barkley,
Barnhardt, Basinger, Beales, Beals, Beck, Beeson, Bennett, Berrier,
Berton, Best, Bishop, Black, Blair, Boles, Botinghammer, Bouldin,
Bowater, Bradford, Bradshaw, Bray, Bready, Brewer, Bridges, Briggs,
Brinkley, Brooks, Brown, Brugger, Brune, Buchannan, Burkhart,
Burrage, Burrow, Burrus, Burton, Bynum, Callum, Campbell, Canady,
Carmichael, Carter, Cecil, Charles, Cheek, Church, Clark(e), Clayton,
Clinard, Clodfelter, Cobbler, Coffield, Cole, Coleman, Coletrane,
Collett, Colletton, Cook, Cooper, Copeland, Cornwallis, Cortland,
Cox, Craven, Crawford, Crotts, Crouch, Crouse, Crowell, Darr, Cavis,
Dayvault, Dickens, Dillon, Dorsette, Doty, Douglas, Downs, Duggins,
Duncan, Edge, Elkins, English, Evans, Everhart, Farrington, Farriss,
Finch, Flinn, Flippen, Floyd, Flynn, Foster, Fouts, Fowler, Fox,
Francis, Franklin, Frazier, Freeman, Furr, Galaskin, Gal!
limore, Ganaway, Garner, Garrett, Gates, Gibson, Gilliam,
Giovannitti, Gillom, Gillum, Glendenning, Glendining, Gold, Gordon,
Gordy, Goss, Grant, Gray, Greene, Greenwood, Grimes, Grubb, Gurley,
Hackett, Hale, hackney, Hales, Hampton, Hanna, Hardin, Harden,
Harmon, Harrison, Harriss, Hartsell, Harvey, Hauser, Haworth,
Hayworth,Hazelton, Heath, Heathwood, Hedgecock, Hedrick, Hege,
Heitman, Henderson, Hendricks, Hepler, Hiatt, Hill, Hilliard, Hilton,
Hoag, Hobbs, Hodgin, Hoffman, Hoggatt, Holder, Hollaman, holmes,
Holshouser, Hoover, Hudson, Hulin, Hunt, Hunter, Hutchins, Hyatt,
Idol, Imbler, Ingram, Irby, Ivey, Jackson, Johnston, Jarrett, Jay,
Johnson, Jones, Jourdan, kearns, Kellam, Kellin, Kemp, Kendall,
Kennaday, Kenneday, Kennedy, Kenoy, Kepley, Kindley, King, Kinton,
Kirkman, Knight, Knoy, Koelsh, Koontz, Lafferty, Lambeth, Lanier,
Lea, Lassiter, Leary, Lee, Leonard, Lindsay, Linthicum, Lohr,
Lombard, Long, Louya, McCain, McCarry, McCarver, McCormick, McDowell,
cGuy, McIntyre, McLeod, McNamee, Macracken, McCraig, McCrary,
Madison, Mann, Marion, Marlowe, Marsh, Martin, Massengill, Mattocks,
Maynard, Mendenhall, Michael, Mickey, Miers, Mikel, Milhous,
Miller,Milliken, Millis, Minnis, Mitchel, Mitchem, Mock, Moffitt,
Moon, Moore, Morris, Murphey, Myers, Nance, Newby, Nichols,
Morthcott, Odom, Ogburn, Oliver, O Reagain, O'Regans, Osburn, Owen,
Owens, Paine, Parker, Paschal, Patrick, Paschall, Patterson, Paty,
Paylor, Payne, Peace, Peacock, Peggot, Pegues, Perisho, Petty,
Pickett, Pidgeon, Pitchford, Pope, Porter, Poston, Pou, Pulliam,
Ragain, Ragan, Ragin, Ragon, Rayburn, Reagan, Redding, Reece, Reegan,
Reegans, Regain, Regan, Regans, Reggan, Reggins, Reguns, Rice,
Richardson, Rigan, Rigen, Riggan, Riggen(s), Riggins, Robbins,
Robinson, Rowe, Royal, Rudduck, Ryland, Saintsing, Sands,
Satterfield, Scarborough, Schneider, Scott, Sechrest, Seigler, Sharp,
Shaw, Sheffield, Sherrod, Wherwood, Whoe, Whore, Short, Shuler,
Sinclair, Skeen, Sle!
dge, Smith, Snow, Sowers, Sparks, Spearman, Spoolman, Sprinkle,
Stanton, Stedman, Stedom, Stephens, Stevens, Stone, Strudwick,
Stuart, Sullivan, Swantskoski, Swing, Sykes, Taft, Taggart, Tappin,
Tarr, Tate, Teague, Thomas, Tice, Tomlinson, Tucker, Turner,
Tysinger, Unthank, Veach, Vuncannon, Wagner, Wagoner, Walker,
Waterhouse, Weaver, Welborn, Welch, Wells, Wharton, Westmoreland,
White, Williams, Willis, Wilson, Woolman, Worth, Wrenn, Wright,
Wylie, Wyly, Yedon, Younts.
From: Debbie <debra.street(a)verizon.net>
Subject: [NewCastle] Directory of Wimington, 1814, A-I
I have no further information on these names.
Scharf, Thomas J., History of Delaware, 1609-1888.Ý(Published 1888)
Volume Two- pp. 629-663.
THE CITY OF WILMINGTON.
The first directory of Wilmington was issued in 1814, and marked an
epoch in the progress of the city. It was published by Robert Porter,
then one of the proprietors of the Delaware Journal, and also of the
book-store, still maintained by his grandson, Harry Porter, who owns one
of the few copies of the directory now in existence, and has granted the
use of it for re-publication in these pages. The names of the streets
north of Third, and parallel with it, were changed when the city charter
was obtained, in 1832, the numerical titles taking the place of the
original names. The streets that are now Fourth to Fifteenth, both
included, were in 1814 known respectively as High, Queen, Hanover,
Broad, Kent, Wood, Chestnut, Elizabeth, Dickinson, Franklin, Washington
and Stidham. In the directory of 1814 the old street numbers were used,
and the list of names and residences was as subjoined:
Corner French and Third St.
Adams, Widow, gentlewoman 144 Shipley St.
Alderdice, Jane, bonnet-maker 3 E. Second St.
Allen, Eli, machine-maker 14 E. Queen St.
Alrich, Isaac, tailor 6 Market St.
Alrich Thomas C., tinman 5 W. High St.
Alrichs, Jacob & Co., machine shops Shipley, corner Broad St.
Alrichs & Dixon, machine shops 9 E. Hanover St.
Alrichs, David, carpenter Shipley, bet.
Broad and Kent Sts.
Alrichs, Jacob, machinist Brandywine Walk.
Anderson, Mrs. 8 E. High St.
Anderson, John, tobacconist 57 E. Front St.
Anderson, Isaac, Innkeeper 7 W. High St.
Arbuckle, James. tavern-keeper, "Spread Eagle" Market St.
Ashby, Nancy, seamstress Spring Alley
Askew, Samuel, carpenter Kennett Road.
[now Pennsylvania Ave.]
Bail, Ann, milliner 32 King St.
Bailey, Joseph, dwelling 47 Market St.
Bailey & Co., apothecaries 49 Market St.
Bailey, Henry, Johns & Co., traders High, corner of French St.
Baker, George, ship-carpenter 35 E. Water St.
Baker, Thomas, sea captain 6 E. Second St.
Baldwin, Sarah, milliner 15 E. Second St.
Baldwin, Widow 29 Shipley St.
Ball, Peter, stage-driver W. Queen and High St.
Bannard, John, potter 12 E. Second St.
Bannard, William, cooper Walnut, below
Barnes, Miller, huckster 19 W. High St.
Barnes, Nathan, shoemaker W. Queen St.
Barr, Neal, cooper 146 Market St.
Barrett, Thomas, carman Below Walnut, on Second St.
Bassett, Nathan, dry goods 65 Market St.
Bassett, Richard, Esq. Cor. Third
and French Sts.
Battersby, James, butcher Cor. French
and Queen Sts.
Bayard, James A., attorney-at-law 221 Market St.
Bevis, Joseph, carter 6 King, cor. Front St.
Bevis, Job. Ý
Bemis, John, machine-maker. Ý
Benderman, Bridget, huckster W. Hanover St.
Betts, Benjamin, carpenter West, bet.
Hanover and Queen Sts.
Beckley, Solomon, brush-maker 9 W. High St.
Beckley, Chester, tinman 83 and 85 Shipley St.
Beckley, Nathaniel, tinman Tatnall, bet. Queen
and Hanover St.
Beckley, Oren, tinman High, beyond West St.
Beckley, Robinson & Springer, card manufacturers, 44 W. High St.
Beckley, Chester, brush-maker and tinman 44 King St.
Beckley, Justis, machine-maker 44 King St.
Bines, Rachel, dry goods 15 E. Second St.
Blackburn, Alexander, soap-boiler High, bel. Walnut St.
Blackwell, George, shoemaker 165 Market St.
Black, Mary, gentlewoman 211 Market St.
Black, Mary, baker 20 E. Second St.
Blackford, Garrett, dry goods 9 E. Second St.
Boggs, Ann, slop-shop 16 Market St.
Bowles, Widow, huckster 139 Market St.
Bowers, Thomas, shoemaker French, bet. 3d and High Sts.
Boon, Andrew, laborer Second, bel. Walnut Sts.
Boddy, Stephen, saddler 71 Market St.
Boyd, Matthew, tailor 36 E. Second St.
Bonsall, Widow, grocery 107 and 109 Market St.
Bonsall, Isaac, book-binder 10 E. High St.
Bonsall, Hannah 29 E. High St.
Bonsall, John, stone-mason West St.
Bonsall, Eleanor, teacher 109 Market St.
Bonsall, Hannah, seamstress 109 Market St.
Bradford, Mrs., nurse 82 King St.
Bradford, M., printer and stationer 36 Market St.
Bradun, Thomas, grocery 7 E. Second St.
Bradun, Thomas, tailor Tatnall, above Kent St.
Brigham, Mary, dry goods 37 Market St.
Brinckle, Dr. John 76 King St.
Bringhurst, Joseph, apothecary 85 Market St.
Brinton, David, stage-office, "Indian King" tavern, S.E. cor. 4th and
Brobson, James, marshal 48 Market St.
Brobson, William B., attorney-at-law 48 Market St.
Brookes, Widow, gentlewoman 91 Shipley St.
Broom & Davis, attorneys W. Third St.
Broom, Widow, gentlewoman Cor. 3d and Shipley Sts.
Brown, William, coach-maker 149 Market St.
Brown, Mary 156 King St.
Brown, John & James, weavers 3 E. High St.
Brown, Isabella, shop-keeper 3 E. High St.
Brown, William tanner 22 E. High St.
Brown, Benjamin, grocery store 4 W. High St.
Bryan, James, merchant W. Front, bet. Orange
and Tatnall Sts.
Bryson, Hugh, laborer French, bet. Front
and Second Sts.
Buchanan, Nathan, hatter 34 E. Second St.
Burgess, John, farmer Pasture at
end of Broad St.
Burns, Mary, widow Cor. Hanover
and French Sts.
Burrows, Eliza, mantua-maker French St.
Burrows, John, stone-mason West St.
Bush, William, merchant Bushís Wharf
Bush, David, captain Cor. French
and Water Sts.
Bush, Samuel, captain 30 King, cor. Second St.
Byrnes, Daniel, cashier (Bank of Wilmington and Brandywine), 2 W. Second
Byrnes, Jonathan, apothecary 49 Market St.
Cahle, Thomas, shoemaker 10 E. Second St.
Campbell, Joseph, gardener Brandywine Walk.
Cannon, Ann, milliner 59 Market St.
Canby, Charles, clock and watchmaker 77 Market St.
Carnahan, Samuel, weaver Cor. Orange and High Sts.
Carnahan, James, wheelwright Kennett Road.
Carr, Nancy, spinster French, bet.
Third and High Sts.
Carshaw, Robert, stone-mason West St.
Catterwood, Mary, widow 32 Kent St.
Caverly, Peter, gentleman 75 Market St.
Chandler, Benj., bricklayer W. Broad St.
Chandler, William, currier-shop 15 Shipley St.
Chestnut & Harker, dry goods 22 Market St.
Chestnut, Jared, chair-maker 20 Market St.
Clark, William, hatter One door
below 3d, on French St.
Clark, Charles, painter and glazier Tatnall St.
Clark, William, lumber merchant 39 Market St.
Clark, Widow Orange, bet.
3d and High Sts.
Clayton, Charlotte West, bet.
Kent and Broad Sts.
Cloud, Widow, boarding-house 219 Market St.
Collins, William, gentleman 115 Market St.
Collins, James, tailor 23 Market St.
Cochran, James, dry goods 57 Market St.
Cochran, Doctor 143 Shipley St.
Connelly, Dominie 147 King St.
Conger, John 20 E. High St.
Cole, Thomas, house-carpenter 37 E. Water St.
Conway, Patrick, tailor 18 E. Front St.
Cook, Zacheus, stage-office Cor. French and High Sts.
Cook, William, nailer 11 E. Water St.
Cook, William 8 E. High St.
Coxe, Esau, brickmaker 131 King St.
Crawford, John, weaver Hanover St.
Crawford, John, weaver W. Hanover St.
Crawford, James, carter 15 E. 3d St.
Creetner, Jacob, tobacconist 5 Market St.
Crips, John, shoemaker Shipley, bet. Broad
and King Sts.
Criston, Philip, shoemaker Cor. French
and Queen Sts.
Crompton, Charles, laborer 86 King St.
Crosby, James, spring wheelmaker W. Broad, bet.
Tatnall and West Sts.
Crozier, Thomas, shoemaker Ý
Crozier, Widow 50 King St.
Currey, William, barber 66 Market St.
Crozier, Joslin, combmaker 14 E. 2d St.
Curtz, Elizabeth, midwife Orange, bet.
Kent and Wood Sts.
Dare, E.K., teacher 50 French,
bet. 2d and 3d Sts.
Davis, John, attorney-at-law 206 Market St.
Davis, James, teacher 136 King St.
Davis, Peter, sexton 136 King St.
Davis Matthew Brandywine Walk
Dawson, Sarah, gentlewoman Walnut, opp. Methodist Church
Dauphin, Joseph, ship chandler 15 E. Water St.
Dauphin, Jane, widow, gentlewoman West, bet. Kent and Broad Sts.
Dauphin, Frederick, ropemaker West, bet. Kent and Broad Sts.
Day, Joseph, shipwright Tatnall, bet. High
and Queen Sts.
Derickson, Captain Nathaniel Cor. French and Kent Sts.
Degrier, Doctor French, bet.
Hanover and Broad Sts.
Dell, Thomas, butcher Orange, bet. High and
Devou, Benjamin, shoemaker 3 West High St.
Dennison, Joseph, butcher French, near Second
Dickinson, David, patent ploughmaker W. Front, beyond Tatnall St.
Dixon, John, merchant 199 Market St.
Dixon, Isaac, machinist 197 Market St.
Dingee, Daniel, shoemaker 78 King St.
Downey, Michael, carter 17 W. Front St.
Downing, Joseph, clerk 219 Market St.
Donaldson, Margaret, dry goods 19 Market St.
Doras, Barney, weaver Orange, bet Second
and Third Sts.
Dougherty, Captain 55 E. Second St.
Dodge, Rev. Daniel 44 E. High St.
Dobby, William, laborer French St.
Dunlap, Margaret, spinster French St.
Dunlap, Margaret, tailoress French St.
Durell, Joseph, painter Shipley St.
Duddell, James, machine-maker Cor. of Kent and King Sts.
Dunnott, Miller, bookbinder 105 Shipley St.
Duiton, William, carter Cor. French and Spring Alley
Elliott, John 93 Shipley St.
English, Elisha, laberer. Ý
Erwin, Letitia 33 High St.
Erskine, blacksmith 117 Shipley St.
Evans, Robert, hedger Near Bellevue St.
Fairlamb, Jonas P., surveyor and conveyancer 9 E. High St.
Ferris, Ziba, clock and watchmaker 1 W. High St.
Ferris, John 151 Market St.
Fisher, George, blacksmith 12 E. Front St.
File, John, inn-keeper Christiana Ferry
Flemming, John, grocer 113 Market, cor. Queen St.
Fletcher, James, butcher Orange, bet.
Second and Third Sts.
Flannelly, Michael, carpenter Orange, bet. Second
and Third Sts.
Foot, James, brickmaker. Ý
Ford, Samuel, teacher. 171 Market St.
Ford, Turbin, carter 15 E. Third St.
Ford, William, blacksmith West, bet.
Kent and Broad Sts.
Fox, Mrs., huckster Cor. French
and Second Sts.
Forrester, Dr. Alexander 151 Shipley St.
Fosi, James, plasterer 144 King St.
Fobes, Azariah, teacher 82 King, cor. High St.
French & Way, cabinetmakers 99 and 101 Market St.
French, William, cabinetmaker 148 King St.
French, Rebecca, huckster 63 E. Front St.
Fredd, John, laborer 68 E. Second St.
Fredd, John, Jr., revenue service 33 E. Second St.
Fussell, Esther, mantuamaker French, bet. Second
and Third Sts.
Fussell, Jacob French, bet.
Second and Third Sts.
Galloway, William, cooper Pasture St.
Garrett, Christopher Tatnall, bet.
High and Queen Sts.
Gardner, James, dry goods 76 Market St.
Garrison, Captain 70 E. Second St.
Geddes, Henry, domestic dry go ds 28 Market St.
George, Rebecca, gentlewoman 181 Market St.
Gest, Abraham, carpenter 158 King St.
Gibbons, Dr. William 121 Market St.
Gibson, Thomas, waterman Walnut St.
Gillis, James, dry goods and hatter 70 Market St.
Gilpin, Edward, ironmonger 42 Market St.
Gilpin, Abigail 28 E. Second St.
Gilpin, William W. High St.
Gilpin, Joseph C., grocery 13 E. Second St.
Gilpin, William 18 W. High St.
Gilpin, Edward 22 King, cor.
Gordon, John, merchant 7 W. Front St.
Gorley, William Tatnall, bet.
Front and Second Sts.
Grassell, Susan, nurse 49 Market St.
Gregory, John French, bet.
Broad and Hanover Sts.
Green, Caleb, sea captain 109 Shipley St.
Griffing, Andrew, grocery 8 King St.
Griffing, John, shoemaker 7 E. High St.
Griffing, Thomas, shoemaker 24 E. High St.
Griffing, Edward, cooper 9 E. Water St.
Grimes, John, stonemason Tatnall St.
Grubb, Joseph, tinman 17 E. Front St.
Guyer, Hezekiah, cattle French St.
Haddock, Jacob, nail factory near toll house,
Market St. Wharf.
Hagany, John, shoemaker 73 Market St.
Haines, Joseph, Sr. 40 Front,
cor. French Sts.
Hallowell, William J. potter Orange, bet. Third
and High Sts.
Hamilton, James, tailor 111 Market, cor. Queen Sts.
Hamilton, Archibald, attorney-at-law 6 West Queen St.
Handily, Henrietta, gentlewoman 11 East High St.
Hanson, Thomas, merchant 59 East Front St.
Hanson, Samuel, carpenter Walnut St.
Harp, David, waterman 1( ) King St.
Harris, John, shipwright Second, bet.
Orange and Tatnall Sts.
Harris, Joseph, carpenter 24 E. Third St.
Harbison, David, boarding-house 48 King St.
Harbison, William, Windsor chairmaker 66 King St.
Harbert, Isaiah, laborer 3 E. Front St.
Hartley, Joseph C., grocer 50 Market St.
Hart, Oliver, laborer opposite
Harvey, Charles, dry goods 127 Market St.
Harvey, John 127 Market St.
Harvey, Andrew, painter and glazier Cor. French and Broad Sts.
Harvey, William, painter and glazier 5 E. Hanover St.
Hasker, Joseph, cart owner ( )5 E. Front St.
Hassel, Jacob, brassfounder W. Broad, bet. Orange
and Tatnall Sts.
Hayes, David, shoemaker 88 Market St.
Hays, Henry, grocer 41 Market St.
Hays, Stephen, cooper Near the Arsenal.
Hays, Joseph, cooper W. Front, bet
Orange and Tatnall Sts.
Hedges, John, rope-maker 10 Market St.
Hedges, Hannah, midwife Kennett Road.
Hedrick, John, merchant 28 King St.
Hemphill, William, gentleman 102 Market St.
Hendrickson, John, cart owner 35 King St.
Hendrickson, Isaac, conveyancer 42 E. Second St.
Hewes, Edward, clerk (Bank of DE) 94 Market St.
Hickman, Aaron, carman Walnut, bet. Front
and Second Sts.
Higby, James, carpenter 8 W. High St.
Hilles, Eli, boarding-school 168 King St.
Hilles, Samuel, boarding-school 168 King St.
Hill, John F., revenue service 28 E. Front St.
Hillman, Benj., cooper 39 E. Front St.
Hoe, Esther and sister, spinsters 25 E. Front St.
Hogg, James, tallow chandler 31 E. Water St.
Hogg, Jane, baker Cor. Orange
and High Sts.
Hollingsworth, Eli, machine-maker 230 Market St.
Holstein, William, carter Front St.
Hopkins, Charles, lieut. U.S. Army 31 Shipley St.
Horsey, Outerbridge, attorney-at-law 215 Market St.
Hudson, James, laborer 31 E. Second St.
Humphreys, Peter, coach maker 11 E. High St.
Israel, Barnet Orange, bet.
Front and Second Sts.
Israel, John, pedler W. Second
bet. Orange and Tatnall Sts.
Iron Foundry W. Second,
beyond Tatnall St.
I have seen the name Heath. I know the Bowles surname relates to Heathcoate or Hathcoate.
Don't know how it's spelled. But,I've wondered if Heath could have been shortened from
Heathcoate? Long or hard spelled names were sometimes shortened by many. Maybe the reason
was, because so many people couldn't read and write, in early days.
There were Heaths and Bowles connections in Suffolk, in 1667. Boston and Roxbury were also
mentioned. The name John Cheiney was also connected.
Is anyone researching Daniel Bowles, born 1838 or 1839, Castle Cary,
I have collected quite a lot of information on his military career in the
Royal Marines, which I can make available if anyone wants it.
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 07:20:11 -0500
From: Sandi Gorin <sgorin(a)glasgow-ky.com>
Subject: BIOS #8261 THRU 8265 - MONROE, MOORE, MOREHEAD, MORRIS, MAYES
Good morning and here are 5 more bios. I have, as usual, no connection and
no furthr information. Sandi
8264 CHRISTIAN CO - MORRIS, MAURICE H - Morris, Bowles, Payne, Currant,
Layson, Hayes, Cushman
#8264: County of Christian, Kentucky. Historical and Biographical. Edited
by William Henry Perrin. F. A. Battey Publishing Co., 1884, p. 390. MAURICE
H. MORRIS was born June 27, 1828, in Bourbon County, Ky., where he resided
until moving to Christian County in 1870. His father, John Morris, was born
February 10, 1793, near Paris, Bourbon County, where he was three times
married. The second wife, mother of our subject, was Elizabeth, daughter of
David and Winifred Bowles, and widow of John Payne. They had two children,
of whom Maurice H. was the elder. John Morris died in Robertson County
August 20, 1872, and his wife Elizabeth died in 1831, at their home near
the old Cane Ridge Church in Bourbon County. Maurice H. Morris was married
November 18, 1852, near Paris, to Mary, daughter of John M. and Susan
(Currant) Layson. She was born December 28, 1835, in Bourbon County, and
descends from the famous "Giant Family," so noted for their extreme height
and weight, as well as for their sterling worth as citizens. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris are the parents of ten children: John M., William I., Edwin A., Jess
H., Perry M., Susan E., Bob T., Emma M., Rodman and Samuel G. H. W. Morris.
William I. and Susan E. are deceased, the former leaving a wife Mary V.
Morris (nee Hayes), and one son named Claude F., now living. In 1870 Mr.
Morris settled in Mount Vernon Precinct on the dairy farm of P. A. Cushman,
but in 1883 removed to his present residence in Hopkinsville precinct, near
the city of Hopkinsville. Mr. Morris is an honorable, industrious man, and
has served the county for some years as a Magistrate. He is chiefly engaged
in the dairy business, with which he combines agriculture.
Col. Sandi Gorin, 205 Clements Ave., Glasgow, KY 42141 (270) 651-9114
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I am seeking information on this African American Bowles line. They were found in the 1880MO Census as:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Andrew BOWLES Self M Male B 37 MO Laborer KY KY
Margeret BOWLES Wife M Female B 35 MO Keeping House VA VA
John BOWLES Son S Male B 12 MO MO MO
Patrick BOWLES Son S Male B 4 MO MO MO
Christy BOWLES Son S Male B 2 MO MO MO
Philip BOWLES Son S Male B 1 MO MO MO
Census Place Cuivre, St. Charles, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254714
NA Film Number T9-0714
Page Number 177D
Andrew and his parents had been owned by Walter Bowles.
Margaret's maiden name was Keeble. They also had daughters Aliza, Amanda, who married Peter Anderson, and Mary. Mary was found in Springfield, IL with Amanda in 1910. Chris, over the years worked for the McMenemy family and Gregory Hayden. I have no information on Patrick, John or Phillip.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
From: "Janet McCormick" <mccormickbooks(a)twmi.rr.com>
Subject:  KENTUCKY ANCESTORS back issues
Now Offering back issues of KENTUCKY ANCESTORS published quarterly by
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Cemetery-Greenup Co. KY; Caldwell Cemetery in Campbell County Park,
McKay Graveyard-McKay Farm, Kenton Co. KY.
[MCJ00873] Volume 9 No. 3 January 1974. Some Kentucky Families in
Schuyler and Brown Cos. IL; Lewis County Will Book D; Woodford Co. KY
Records; Court Order Book A-Campbell Co. KY; Col. Aaron Lewis of KY;
Bash Family Records; John Warren Family Record; Site of the Wm. T.
Caldwell Home and the Caldwell Family Cem.; Names on the Tombstones in
the Old Mullins Graveyard; Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery-Wayne Co. KY;
Stephensport Baptist Church Cemetery-Breckinridge Co. KY.
[MCJ00874] Volume 9 No. 4 April 1974. Some Kentucky Families in Schuyler
and Brown Cos. IL; Court Order Book A-Campbell Co. KY; A List of
Delinquents 1805-6, Campbell Co. KY; Woodford Co. KY Records; Family
Records-Green(e); Ramsey Family of Rockcastle and Garrard Cos. KY:
Transcript of Letters-Rebecca J. Howard to F.S. Taylor, J.T. Osborn to
F.S. Taylor; Waterfield Data; William J. Woods Bible, James D. Woods
Bible; John Ford Green Bible-Grant Co. KY; Graham Bible Records; George
W. Metcalfe of Shelby Co. KY and Edgar Co. IL; Elmwood Cemetery,
Owensboro, Daviess Co. KY; Cripple Creek Cemetery; Crowe Cemetery;
Temple, Jagger, Ollie and Red Hill Cemeteries; Brown Cemetery.
[MCJ00875] Volume 10 No. 1 July 1974. Court Order Book A, Campbell Co.
KY; A List of Delinquents in Campbell Co. KY; Union Co. KY and the Lewis
Family; Shoemaker-VA and KY; Journal Started by Thaise Maquaire; Some
McInties in KY and Their Descendants; McAtee and Clark Bible; Alexander
Family Bible; McClary Family Records; Barlow Family Bible; Samuel
Perry-Tho. Ross Bible; Some Cemeteries in Meade Co. KY-Chappell,
Algood-Fulton, Raymond; Boone Family Cemetery; Yates Cemetery; Four
Cemeteries of the Little Bend-Boone, Willett, King, Hollcroft, Meade Co.
[MCJ00876] Volume 10 No. 2 October 1974. Kentuckians by Birth; Newspaper
Items, Ironton Register; Wilson Family of Lewis Co. KY; Marriage
Register of William Head for 1853, Breckinridge Co. KY; Marriage Record
Addenda, Breckinridge Co. KY; John Mansfield Heirs; Notes on the
Moore-Harrison Family of Harrison Co. KY; William Glackin; Another First
Bowles Family of KY; Mason Co. KY Bible and Family Records,
Roff-Shipman, Shotwell-Shipman, Mitchell-Shotwell, Parker-Piper,
Mitchell-Harrison, Mitchell-Wheatly, Piper-Parker; Elmwood Cemetery,
Owensboro KY (3rd list); Tichenor Cemetery, McLean Co. KY; Pleasant
[MCJ00877] Volume 10 No. 3 January 1975. Kentuckians by Birth;
Index-Federal Census, Grant Co. KY 1820; Court Order Book A-Campbell Co.
KY; Campbell Co. KY 1808 Delinquent tax List; Woodford Co. KY Records;
The Will of Francis Triplett (abstracted) VA; Huffstuter Family; Will of
Edmund Baxter, Nicholas Co. KY; Genealogy of the William Haggards, Clark
Co. KY & MO; Hoover Family-From The Western Citizen; Ropke Family
Records-Jefferson Co. KY; Gregory Family Records-Boone Co. KY; John
Alexander Turner Bible Records-Bathh Co. KY & TX; Elmwood Cemetery,
owensboro, Daviess Co. KY; Pine Hill Cemetery-Powell Co. KY.
[MCJ00878] Volume 10 No. 4 April 1975. Cloud-The 1850 Census Index,
Indiana, The 1820, 1830 Census Index, Indiana; KY Natives Enumerated in
1860 Census, Livingston Co. MO; Webster Co. KY Couples Married Within
the 1850 Census Year; Marriages Performed by William Rogers for 1851 to
1868; Abstracts of Some Early Deeds in Mason Co. KY; Court Order Book
A-Campbell Co. KY; Taber-Partial Listing of Census and Deeds; Contested
KY Lands in the Estate of Joseph Lewis; A Branch of the Osborn Tree;
Halbert and Watkins Families of Lewis Co. KY; Bible of James J.
Asken-Smith, Hawkins, Kendall-William D. Clark Bible; Green Bible; Rose
Hill Cemetery, Owensboro, Daviess Co. KY (3rd & 4th list); Hoover
Cemetery, Graham Family Cemetery, Meade Co. KY.
[MCJ00879] Volume 11 No. 1 July 1975. Private Land Claims with KY
Residents; Unrecorded Deeds in Hardin Co. KY; Court Order Book
A-Campbell Co. KY; Notes on the Helm Branch of Breckinridge Co. KY; From
Bible Record of Francis Marion and Edith E. Lacy Vaughn; Bible of Joacb
Barrickman and Jane Swan; Mason Co. KY Bible and Family Records-Joseph
Power Bible, John Willett Power Bible; Work-Hay Bible Data; Salem
Cemetery-Madison Co. KY; Jolly Cemetery-Breckinridge Co. KY; Hayden
Cemetery-Boone Co. KY; Anglin Cemetery-Greenup-Carter Co. KY.
[MCJ00880] Volume 11 No. 2 October 1975. The Crittenden Press, Sept. 28,
1893 and Oct. 5, 1893; Mount Arrarat Missionary Baptist Church-Knox Co.
KY; Unrecorded Deeds in Hardin Co. KY; Tavern Bonds; John Bull's Oath of
Intention; Duplicates of Confederate Pension Application, Grant Co. KY;
Declaration of Intent for Naturalization USA, Grant Co. KY; A Letter to
Lelia Lewis from George W. Berry; Nathan Fitch Family; J. Martin Sanders
Bible Records; Joshua Sanders Bible Records; Stubblefield Bible; Polley
Bible Records; Gilliam Cemetery, Elliott Co. KY; Moreland Cemetery,
Mount Carmel Cemetery, Estill Co. KY; Elmwood Cemetery, Owensboro,
Davies Co. KY.
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From: "Helen Fazio" <hfaz(a)pdq.net>
Subject: [G-M] Washington County, Maryland-See Names
Roster of Civil War Soldiers from Washington County, Maryland,
Revised Edition, Roger Keller, 1993, 1998. Softcover, 5-1/2x8-1/2,
249 pages, as new, compiled in alphabetical order.
"In view of the fact that the bloody Battle of Antietam was fought in
Washington County, Maryland it is perhaps ironic that no prior
account of the role of Washington Countians in the Civil War has ever
been published. Armer with a mere handful of names, Roger Keller, a
resident of Hagerstown in Washington County, decided, some ten years
ago to set this situation to rights. In this remarkable book, he has
compiled all that is now known about 1,200 Washington County natives
who fought on either side of that great conflict. Open the book to
almost any of the accounts and you will be struck by the
extraordinary pull which the Civil War exerted on these men's lives.
Lives like Charles Bean, who moved from Hagerstown to Texas, later to
serve in Gen Hood's Brigade at Sharpsburg then lose a leg at
Gettysburg, before returning to Texas after the War. While most of
these notes pertain to the combatants themselves, interspersed among
them are biographical sketches of a score of Washin!
gton County physicians who enlisted in the war and a handful of
noncombatants who became swept up in it. This revised wdition
features a new alphabetical arrangement of the participants, as well
as about fifty sketches not included in the original edition. Mr.
Keller, who has consulted all the major sources on the Civil War in
Maryland - he cites them in his bibliography - has written a book
that is moving and informative. It is must reading for anyone
interested in the genealogy or history of the Civil War in The Free
Adams, Adkins, Albert, Allen, Allison, Alsip, Anderson, Andress,
Andres(s), Armbrister, Armstrong, Anthony, Artz, Atwood, Ausherman,
Austin, Bachtell, Bailey, Bain, Baird, Baker, Ball, Baltz, Bamford,
Bantz, Banzhof, Barber, Barger, Barkdoll, Barker, Barnes, Barnett,
Barney, Barnhart, Basford, Baxter, Bayne, Bazel, Beachley, Bean,
Beard, Beckett, Bedecker, Bell, Bellman, Beltzhoover, Benshoff,
Bender, Benner, Bernard, Berry, Beyard, Bennix, Bickle, Bingaman,
Bishop, Bison, Blair, Blank, Blessing, Bingham, Bloom, Bogard,
Bolinger, Bolmer, Bonebrake, Boner, Booth, Bornum, Boswell, Bovey,
Boward, Bowden, Bovey, Bower(s), Bowie, Bowles, Bowman, Bowser, Boyd,
Boyer, Boyers, Brady. Brandenberg, Brane, Breathed, Breckleman,
Breneman, Brewer, Brian, Bridendorf, Bridendolph, Brietnesser, Brill,
Brine, Brogunier, Brooks, Brosieus, Brown, Broom, Bruff, Brutweizer,
Buck, Buckland, Bullen, Buntz, Burger, Burgess, Burham, Bussard,
Butler, Buxton, Byer, Byrem, Byrne, Browmley, Burk, Bush, !
Byer(s), Cable, Callahan, Campbell, Carbaugh, Carl, Carlin, Carney,
Carr, Carson, Carrigan, Carty, Cartz, Caruthers, Carver, Cassel,
Castle, Caswell, Caw, Chandles, Chaney, Chaptman, Chase, Chesner,
Chippy, Chrisinger, Chrissinger, Christopher, Church, Churchey,
Clapp, Clare, Clark, Clary, Clay, Clayburn, Clegett, Clemens,
Clevinger, Cline. Clipp, Clopper, Clower, Coffee, Coffman, Colbert,
Cole, Colklesser, Conyra, Cook, Coon, Corbitt, Corby, Cosens,
Cosgrove, CostCoulter, Coy, Cox, Craig, Craley, Cramer, Crawford,
Creager, Creamer, Creek, Cretin, Crissinger, Criswell, Cronise,
Cross, Crum, Cunningham, Curley, Curtis, Cyrus, Dall, Danner,
Daugherty, Davidson, Davis, Dawson, Daywalt, Dean, Deener, Dennis,
Dibert, Delamarter, Delaney, Dennison, Dick, Dickel, Diehl, Diellen,
Dietrick, Diffenbaugher, Diggs, Diggus, Dillen, Dimon, Dinsmore,
Ditlow, Dixon, Dolan, Donahue, Dorrance, Dorsey, Douglas, Doyle,
Downing, Drenner, Duckett, Dunlap, Dunn, Eakle, Earhart, Earnshaw,
bbert, Edelen, ...more next time. I will be happy to check for your surnames.
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