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Obituary of O.E. Shepard
Obituary of O.E. Shepard
 
 
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Obituary of William A Riley
Logansport Pharos-trib, 21 August 1923
Obituary of William A Riley Logansport Pharos-trib, 21 August 1923
 
 
203
Old cottage adjacent to St. Edith's Church
North Reston, Lincolnshire, England
Old cottage adjacent to St. Edith's Church North Reston, Lincolnshire, England
 
 
204
Original Death Registration for Osman Snowden
Original Death Registration for Osman Snowden
Status: Located; Date of death: 25 July 1917.
Cause of death: Acute Pnemonia
Father was Emerson Snowden, a shoemaker
Mother was Harriet Aften (Deceased) 
 
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Original death registration of Mary Kane Snowden
Original death registration of Mary Kane Snowden
Status: Located; Date of death was 20 July 1926.
Cause of death: nephritis, unemia, exacerbation
References mother (Ann McDougal) as deceased, with her name appearing as Ann Kane, Afterwards Cullen. 
 
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Original Record of Marriage
Emerson Snowden & Ann Hufton
Original Record of Marriage Emerson Snowden & Ann Hufton
Status: Located; February 23, 1846. Emerson is listed as a shoemaker, living in North Somercoates, Lincolnshire and is described as a bachelor; with his father being William, a Labourer. Ann is listed as a Spinster, living in North Somercoates, Lincs, at the time of marriage, with her father being Richard Huften, a "Carier.: 
 
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Passenger list--Ths Ship 'Rockall'
Departed Havre de Grace, France
Passenger list--Ths Ship "Rockall" Departed Havre de Grace, France
The Fries family traveled aboard the ship Rockall, landing in New York on the 12th of December, 1953. Family legend has it that they traveled with two other relatives. From birth records we know that children Rose and Suzanne were twins, but Rose is only listed on the ship's manifest. Her age is listed as 2/4 years--or mathematically about six months. Note that the family listed beneath them on the manifest has a daughter aged 2/4, whose name is Suzanne. Additionally, they are from the same area as the Fries, and are bound for the same place in the United States. Follow-up research has not provided a tie; and there appears to be no association. But a connection has not been ruled out. 
 
208
Petition for Citizenship
Robert Bryce
Petition for Citizenship Robert Bryce
 
 
209
Photograph of Howard M. Shultz
Photograph of Howard M. Shultz
 
 
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Probate Calendar, Emerson Snowden of N. Somercotes, d 1909
Probate Calendar, Emerson Snowden of N. Somercotes, d 1909
 
 
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Probate Record
Victor Clement Snowden
Probate Record Victor Clement Snowden
1927
Snowden, Victor Clement of High-Street Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire died 30 September 1926 at Grimsby Hospital Linconshire
Administration Lincolnshire 8 November to James Snowden butcher. Effects 440 pounds.
(Punctuation missing in original document) 
 
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Probate record for Joseph Brittain
Death occurred on 17 April 1933
Probated July 1, 1933
Employed as a farmer and Arnold Lock Ironmonger
Effects valued at 1150 pounds, 7 shillings, 3d
Probate record for Joseph Brittain Death occurred on 17 April 1933 Probated July 1, 1933 Employed as a farmer and Arnold Lock Ironmonger Effects valued at 1150 pounds, 7 shillings, 3d
 
 
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Record of Marriage
William Emerson Snowden & Florence Adelaide Wormald
Record of Marriage William Emerson Snowden & Florence Adelaide Wormald
8 November 1902
Wrangthorn Parish Church
St. Augustine Church
Yorkshire, England 
 
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Record of marriage
Record of marriage
Status: Located; Indiana Marriage Collection
Ancestry.com 
 
215
Record of the burial of William Snowden
Record of the burial of William Snowden
Burial date coincides with death date found in newspaper,
and inquest record. 
 
216
Record of Utah Genealogical Society
Record of indexed parish record
Record of Utah Genealogical Society Record of indexed parish record
Anne Clark, christened 01 May 1767
Goulceby, Horncastle Parish, Lincolnshire, England 
 
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Registration of Peter Snowden birth
4th Quarter of 1879, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
Registration of Peter Snowden birth 4th Quarter of 1879, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
 
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Sandy Township Plat Map
Sandy Township, Stark County, Ohio in 1930
Sandy Township Plat Map Sandy Township, Stark County, Ohio in 1930
Status: Located;  
 
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Satellite image of Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana
Satellite image of Roanoke, Huntington County, Indiana
Status: Located; This map shows a current view of the property purchased by Catharine and described in the Roanoke Deed. 
 
220
Scamblesby Parish Records
Birth record
Eliza, daughter of William and Eliza Snowden
Scamblesby Parish Records Birth record Eliza, daughter of William and Eliza Snowden
 
 
221
Ships Manifest index, the Ship Friendship in 1741
Ships Manifest index, the Ship Friendship in 1741
Andreas Huber (Andrew Hoover) came to the United States aboard the ship Friendship, as told in a rich history of this family, from Switzerland. His progeny helped settle the American West, created a rich legacy of patriotism, founded the city of Richmond, Indiana, were active anti-slavery proponents of the "Underground Railroad," and provide much of the history contained within this collection of family history. 
 
222
Ships Manifest--SS Assyria
24 July 1923
Ships Manifest--SS Assyria 24 July 1923
Brothers Thomas and Alexander Murdock make their way from Scotland to Woodlawn, Pennsylvania in the United States. 
 
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Ships Manifest--SS Saturnza, sailing from Glasgow, Scotland
30 October 1923
Ships Manifest--SS Saturnza, sailing from Glasgow, Scotland 30 October 1923
Agnes Murdock Bryce bringing her family to America. Children include David, Sarah, Andrew, Janet and Annie. 
 
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St. Mary Ann's Parish Church
St. Mary Ann's Parish Church
Status: Located; This is the family church of the Patton Family in Cecil County, Maryland. The Church was initially an Anglican Church, but after the Revolution became Episcopal--largely due to the anti-English sentiment within the colonies.

In 1706, owing to the lack of the established church on the north shore of the Elk River, the colonial legislature and governor of Maryland established the North Elk Parish. As was the custom in England, the Lord of the Manor on which the parish was to be located, in this case, Henry Harford, the illegitimate son of Frederick, Lord Baltimore, set aside four acres of land for the establishment of the church buildings. Early survey maps indicate that some time between 1709 and 1715 a wooden church was built on this land, the site of the present church, but no details about this first building are know.

In 1743 the Vestry contracted with Henry Baker for the building of a brick church; at a cost of 300 pounds, to replace the wooden structure. 
 
225
Strubby Parish Record
John Allett
Strubby Parish Record John Allett
Christening on 23 May 1814
Document indicates John Allot was the illegitimate son of Mary Watson.
Since Mary likely married an Edward Watson, the middle name of Allett may have been the biological father of John. In the Strubby Parish Records there are many Allett's--with many spelled allatt. There is also a John Allatt.

No further information is known at this time. 
 
226
Text of Directory for North Somercotes, Lincolnshire
Text of Directory for North Somercotes, Lincolnshire
Status: Located; This was taken from a North Somercotes Directory printed in 1876. It provides interesting reading, and can provide insight into the time period for serious researchers. 
 
227
The obituary of Francis Havier Friese.
The obituary of Francis Havier Friese.
Status: Located;  
 
228
The Ship Columbia
The Ship Columbia
Robert Bryce sailed from Glasgow on the Columbia, heading to America 
 
229
Therrissa Miller and Noah Overmier Marriage License
Therrissa Miller and Noah Overmier Marriage License
 
 
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Thomas Murdock Petition for United States Citizenship
Number 88719
Thomas Murdock Petition for United States Citizenship Number 88719
 
 
231
Violet Snowden, mentioned in a Trade Director in Covenham, St. Mary, Lincolnshire
Violet Snowden, mentioned in a Trade Director in Covenham, St. Mary, Lincolnshire
 
 
232
Will of Richard Cheney, Sr.
Will of Richard Cheney, Sr.
Status: Located; Found in the Maryland Historical Society
Probated in 1686 
 
233
William James Belnap death certificate
William James Belnap death certificate
Status: Located;  
 
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William Snowden Birth Information
William Snowden Birth Information
Found on the website "Free BMD"
Also found in Government Records Office Records, Volume 7a, page 317
Image available in files, or on Ancestry. 
 
235
Withern, Lincolnshire, England Parish Record
Christening of John Allett Watson
Withern, Lincolnshire, England Parish Record Christening of John Allett Watson
2 October 1845
Son of John and Esther Allett 
 
236
World War I
Draft Registration Card
World War I Draft Registration Card
Status: Located;  
 
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World War I Draft Registration Card of Adam Ulerich
World War I Draft Registration Card of Adam Ulerich
Status: Located;  
 
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World War I Draft Registration Card of Alfred Womble
World War I Draft Registration Card of Alfred Womble
Status: Located;  
 
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World War II Air Raid Warden cards
World War II Air Raid Warden cards
Status: Located; The civil defense effort during World War II utilized civilians to help direct the civil defense of he nation. Both Joe and Kate served in this capacity--showing their commitment to the nation and their neighbours. 
 
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Writings of Jessie Stark Tichenor,grand daughter of Miles and Elizabeth (Bundy) Patton
Writings of Jessie Stark Tichenor,grand daughter of Miles and Elizabeth (Bundy) Patton
Status: Located; "Grandfather Patten built his home in the middle of his farm of rich black soil. You had to open the gate and drive down his own private lane, where the corn grew so tall that you couldn't be seen until you almost got to the house. No matter, for unexpected company there was no danger of finding an empty larder there. It was a household of peace and plenty."

Grandfather was like one of his own beech trees. Do you know how they grow? Their branches slightly downward, like protecting arms. Grandfather tried to protect all around him, not only his family, but his livestock as well. There were sheds all around his farm, a protection for his sheep in the winter. And there were always pigeons cooing and muttering from the roof."

"Grandfather's hair was smooth and dark (it never turned gray) and he wore it in sort of a long bob. He was the soul of gentleness and dignity. He always called Grandmother "Elizabeth:, not "Lib" as others did. His children all had long names, and that was what he called them. He never recognized a nickname. He loved to take us for walks around the farm and show us all the animals. There was always a gentle horse that we could ride while he walked solemnly beside us. If he was ever impatient, I never saw him so."

"Grandmother loved to have us come. She outdid herself in the kitchen. Never elsewhere have I seen such fluffy, flaky bisquits. Her milkhouse was her pride, and she kept its brick floors scrubbed to the brightest red. The crocks of milk stood in a long trough of water, pumped fresh many times a day from the wooden pump in the center of the room. We loved the coolnesss of this room, and all the rich milk which she ladled from the crocks. But, most of all, we loved Grandmothers songs and stories, with which she was generous."

"Nineteen and eighteen they were when they set up houskeeping here on this very farm, though of course the house and barns and acres had increased meanwhile for they had prospered. Their honeymoon house, though scantily furnished, was a happy place, for they always worked together And, Grandmother's heart wa so light that she was always singing; One day Grandfather said, 'Elizabeth, that was such a pretty song you sane while we were milking; I wish you would sing it for me again." "I can't, Miles" she said. "I was just making it up as i went along."

"When wevisited at Grndfather Patten's, that meant visiting Uncle Billie, Aunt Lizie and Cousin Elma, for their house was nearby, and we dearly loved them all. Uncle Billy was the baby of the family, and Grandmother was might glad when he settled down, as he had woried her with his reckless horeback riding. She even found him riding while walking in his sleep, his saddle perched perilously in an upstairs window."

"No matter how many were in Grandmothers household, or how late we sat up to talk and to sing, there was never any question as to who would be the last one to go to bed. She would. Then was her house her own, and se set it completely to rights and to her liking. Then she wound the clock, sewpt the hearth, put in order the clothes of the careless ones, shoes with their proper mates, and tucked the covers around us. All this must be done before she would call it a day. You might be careless the first time, but the next time you remembered to fold your clothes neatly as Grandmother did, and you would be sure she would notice and praise you for it."

On their tombstone can be found:

"They are waiting for us in the
Glorious Edenland which lies
Beyond the sunset of life.
There is no death, no darkness,
No tears in that bright world
Where the righteous dwell" 
 
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WW1 Draft Card of Charles Elmer Finch
WW1 Draft Card of Charles Elmer Finch
 
 
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WW2 Draft Registration Card
Joseph Leo Riley
WW2 Draft Registration Card Joseph Leo Riley
 
 

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