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20051 [Daniel] married (second) April 1, 1694, Martha, daughter of Robert Boltwood, sister of Sarah Boltwood, wife of his brother Isaac. She died September 22. 1710.
[Genealogy and Biography of Ontario County, New York] 
Boltwood, Martha (I23590)
 
20052 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004 Source (S151)
 
20053 [David A. Sackett]
HeritageQuest
1880 > INDIANA > PUTNAM > W CLOVERDALE; CLOVERDALE
Series: T9 Roll: 306 Page: 575A
Page No. 1A; SD No. 4; ED No. 167; 1 June, 1880
West Main Street
7/7 [ak David A. Sackett]
Sackett, Gustavus A., W, M, 47 Self, M, Tailor, Congestive fever, Indiana, N.Y., N.Y.
Sackett, Ellen M., W, F, 37, Wife, M, Keeping House, Kentucky, Ken., Ken.
Sackett, Gertie M., W, F, 12, Daughter, S, At Home, Indiana, N.Y., N.Y.
Sackett, Luther, W, M, 5, S, Son, S, At Home, Indiana, N.Y., N.Y.
Sackett, Bessie, W, F, 9/12, Apr, Daughter, S, At Home, Indiana, N.Y., N.Y.
Sackett, Martha, W, F, 72, Mother, Wd, At Home, N.Y., N.Y., N.Y.
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BR Putnam Co. b.18 Jan 1885 to Gustavis Sackett & Ellen Dunkin, bk. H-1, 218. Year matches for Blanche. 6. Probate 7 Jul 1894, bk 25, p 89: Guard. for Luther, 20; Bessie B, 14; Blanch, 9; comes Ellen M. Sackett.

Ellen: 1. ISL 11/1/97: PAM Gpf977.201 p 989 #2 pt.1: Benjamin Duncan, by letter from Presb. Church, Danville, KY (Mercer Co)? & Miss Ellen M. Duncanby profession, both joined Popular Spring Church (Bainbridge Presb. Church), dated 1 Apr 1860. also said Ellen M. marr. David A. Sackett of Bainbridge on 18 Apr 1861.
3. Mar-Rec.Works database: for daug. Blanche gives Mother, Ellen b. KY. 
Sackett, David A. (I7580)
 
20054 [emery.ftw]

GEDCOM line 10096 not recognizable or too long:
() 1 ALIA Leah J. /Sullivan/ 
Sullins, Leah J. (I24980)
 
20055 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25025)
 
20056 [From: "A Tribute to Edwin Floyd Sackett" on the website of Daniel Floyd Sackett]
The Record
Published Wednesday, August 14, 2002

Obituaries

Manteca
Edwin F. Sackett
Lumber mill worker

Edwin Floyd Sackett, 99, of Manteca died Saturday, Aug. 10, 2002, in a hospital. He was born Jan. 30, 1903, in Grants Pass, Ore. Sackett lived in Montana before settling in Manteca five years ago. He retired after 30 years from White Pines & Sash, a lumber mill, in Montana. He was a member of the Salvation Army.

Survivors: children, Evelyn V. Masterson of Stockton, Dale L. Sackett of Manteca and Robert N. Sackett of Pleasanton; 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.

Services: memorial, 2 p.m. Saturday, Frisbie-Warren & Carroll Mortuary, 809 N. California St. Visitation: none. Inurnment: private.
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Saturday, August 17, 2002

Thank you for being here today. I think that what I admired most about Dad was his ability to speak or sing to anyone without any fear or inhibition; not like I feel right now.

Born: Glendale, Oregon, January 30, 1903
Died: Manteca, California, August 10, 2002
Married: Helen Elizabeth Henkle, February 8, 1925
Children:

Oliver, Missoula, Montana; preceded Dad in death, February 1999
Evelyn Masterson, Stockton, California
Dale, Manteca, California
Robert, Pleasanton, California

8 Grandchildren, several Great-grandchildren and most recently a
Great great grandchild.

Dad's father was killed in an accident when he was about 16. He quit school and worked at anything he could find to help support his Mother, brother and sister. That ended his formal education, but he loved to read and educated himself from that point on.

In 1937, unable to find work in Klamath Falls, Mom and Dad decided to move to Florida where he had heard there was plenty of work. But, Mom's family had all moved to Missoula, Montana and she insisted that they travel to Florida via Missoula because she was certain that she would never see her Mother again. They decided to settle in Missoula.

A member of the Salvation Army most of his life. He was a man of strong Christian conviction and an avid student, as well as teacher of the Bible. He taught Sunday School, acted as lay minister sharing the Gospel with most everyone he met.

Somewhere in the early 1940's, Dad started work at the Missoula White Pine and Sash Company where he stayed until he retired in 1968. His job was to pull finished lumber off of a planer. That job probably caused his hearing loss because there was no consideration for worker's hearing in those days. The Company made a documentary film about the operation and asked Dad to slow down his movements so they could get a good shot of the planer operation. As I recall, when I saw the film, he was still moving mighty fast.

After Dad's retirement, he took a position at a local nursing home as a
maintenance man. He had a very unfortunate accident when an elevator he was trying to free fell to the ground floor and his left ankle was crushed. The road to recovery was very long. Two surgeries and insertion of steel pins couldn't repair the damage so he spent the rest of his life crippled with the foot turned inward. However, once he overcame the emotional shock of the accident, he continued on with his life as though it was a minor problem. In fact, he joined a bowling group and continued bowling with senior groups until well into his 80's.

In 1975, Dad had a serious illness that convinced all of us that he was surely going to die. So, Chris and I asked Mom and Dad to move to Beaverton, Oregon so they could escape the concerns of owning an older home and we could assist them with incidental needs.

After Mom passed away in 1986, Dad decided he wanted to do some traveling so he joined a group called SCRAM (Senior Citizens Roaming Around the Map). They sponsored economical trips and he went on several throughout the United States. The best and the last one was a 30 day bus trip to Alaska. But, he talked more about the $3.00 charged for a cookie in the Northwest Territory than the awesome scenery of the region.

In 1988 there was another major change for Dad because of the lose of my job in Oregon. We were eventually forced to sell our home and move to California. It wasn't feasible for Dad to live with Chris and I so he went to live with Evelyn, then Dale and when he needed extra care, he moved to Sunbridge. He adapted to living there very well. Even though he was wheelchair bound, he moved about the facility socializing with everyone.

One of the activities was playing Bingo; the prizes were bananas and he won a lot of them. Dale and I were discussing the other evening that we weren't sure he was particularly skilled at the game, but maybe he was the only one that stayed awake long enough to win.

He enjoyed singing Gospel songs and shared Christ with his companions at Sunbridge until March of 2002 when his health began to fail rapidly.

He loved to paint with watercolors, as well as oils and gave most of his
creations to friends and family.

Just imagine the changes Dad saw throughout his lifetime. I think I've seen changes, but it boggles my mind that he was born the year the Wright Brothers had their first successful flight, he drove a "Tin Lizzie" and eventually took several trips via jetliner.

The only sadness I feel today is in knowing that I'll never see Dad again, but I take great comfort in knowing that he has gone home to God and is at peace and I have many wonderful memories to cherish.

May peace be with you, friends.


Note: This is what I wanted to say...I know I hit some of the thoughts and wanted to share this with you.

An update September 15, 2002. I had training in Seattle the week of September 8th, so I delivered Dad's remains to Riverview Cemetery in Portland en route to Seattle. His remains were interred in the crypt with Mother at 2 PM, Friday, September 13th.....may they rest in eternal peace together.

Robert N. Sackett 
Sackett, Edwin Floyd (I4314)
 
20057 [Hannah] Sarah Rosanna Tice. (per Oral Don Sackett) Tice, Rosanna (I4206)
 
20058 [Harvey Paine Higgins, son of Harvey Sackett Higgins]
1880 Census; Linneus, Linn, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254700
NA Film Number T9-0700
Page Number 500B
H. P. HIGGINS Self M Male W 36 MI Farmer NY NY
Annie HIGGINS Wife M Female W 30 MO Keeping House VA VA
Fannie HIGGINS Dau S Female W 10 MO MI MO
Nellie HIGGINS Dau S Female W 7 CA MI MO
Martin HIGGINS Son S Male W 3 MO MI MO 
Higgins, Harvey Paine (I27756)
 
20059 [History of Torrington, Connecticut: From Its First Settlement in 1737, with Biographies and Genealogies
J. Munsell, printer, 1878 - Torrington (Conn.) - 817 pages; p.756
Ray, Timothy, m. Lovicy Richards, Sept. 15, 1784, and lived in Newfield.
Children:
1. Rachel, b. Dec. 26, 1784
2. Abigail, b. Nov. 23, 1786
3. Lovicy, b. June 20, 1788
4. Abner, b. Apr. 9. 1791 
Ray, Timothy (I37752)
 
20060 [In 1907] resides at Garbutt, N. Y. Sackett, Evelyn (I3754)
 
20061 [in household of his father, Barzilla Campbell]
Campbell, John R., son, age 44, born May 1856, married 17 years, born Ill, M F born Oh, Agent ??
Campbell, Julia A., daughter in law, age 36, born Oct 1864, born Ill, parents born N J 
___, Julia A. (I27588)
 
20062 [in household of his grandfather, Barzilla Campbell]
Campbell, Vanarsis???, grandson, age 8, born Sep 1891, born Kansas 
Campbell, Vanarsis (I27589)
 
20063 [In the 1910 Census, Lottie was listed in two places, over 300 miles apart, on the same day.]
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MGVS-YPP
United States Census, 1910; 22 April, 1910
name: Marion A Johnson
birthplace: Iowa
relationship to head of household: Self
residence: Skookumchuck, Lewis, Washington
marital status: Married
race: White
gender: Male
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden
family number: 86
page number: 5
Household, Gender, Age, Birthplace
self, Marion A Johnson, M, 59y, Iowa
wife, Lottie C Johnson, F, 50y, California
adopted, Ruth Johnson, F, 14y, Missouri
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[Harriett Clahoun's household was enumerated next door to Joseph P. Newell's family which also includes a Hortense Johnson, Boarder, age 14, b. Missouri]
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MLBQ-WY7
United States Census, 1910; 22 April, 1910
name: Harriett Calhoun
birthplace: Michigan
relationship to head of household: Self
residence: Portland Ward 7, Multnomah, Oregon
marital status: Widowed
race: White
gender: Female
father's birthplace: Connecticut
mother's birthplace: Ohio
family number: 294
page number: 13
Household; Gender, Age, Birthplace
self, Harriett Calhoun, F, 45y, Michigan
sister, Lotta Johnson, F, 50y, California
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Find A Grave Memorial
Charlotte Cordelia (Sackett) Johnson
Birth: 1860
Death: May, 1946
Burial:
Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA
Plot: G 3S L128 S34

Created by: VDR
Record added: Sep 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58730733
Headstone picture added by: VDR 
Sackett, Charlotte Cordelia "Lottie" (I3350)
 
20064 [Information for the Antle Family supplied by: Alyce Beggs]
Dr. T. P. Anie who is in Red River, W. T. for his health is improving. His wife who is in Denver is expected home this week.

Copied from the Petersburg Observer, Saturday September 21, 1890

Dr. T. P. Antle returned Monday from his western trip whither he went for the benefit of his health.
Copied from the Petersburg Observer, Saturday July 5, 1890
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MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE

Dr. T. P. Antle of this city mysteriously disappeared Friday of last week and his whereabouts are still unknown. His friends becoming increasingly alarmed at his disappearance, yesterday started a general search for him in this vicinity, but up to our going to press yesterday afternoon, nothing had been heard from him. No cause is assigned for his sudden disappearance which has caused his friends so much uneasiness.

Copied from the Petersburg Observer Saturday, November 12, 1898 Alyce Beggs 6/9/1999
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STILL A MYSTERY

Nothing in regard to the whereabouts of Dr. T. Antle who mysteriously disappeared home on November 4 has been brought to light. His friends have telegraphed in every direction for him, and searching parties have scoured the country adjacent to this city, but no trace of him cou]d be found. When last seen, be was in the vicinity ofthe C & A depot, and has not been seen or heard of since. However, some advance the opinion that he depaited for his fruit farm in CahIomia, but of course that is only conjecture. A fifty dollar reward is offered for information of his present whereabouts.

Copied from the Petersburg Observer Saturday November 19, 1898 Alyce Beggs 6/9/1999
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State of Illinois, County of Menard
County Court; January Term, A. D. 1906
Dr. Thomas Powell Antle was declared legally dead seven years following his mysterious dissappearance. 
Antle, Thomas P. (I4118)
 
20065 [Information supplied by Kari Roehl]
Massachusetts Marriages, 1633-1850 Massachusetts Marriages, 1633-1850
Name: Leverett Sacket
Gender: Male
Spouse: Mary Culver
Marriage Date: 20 Mar 1833
City: Chester
County: Hampden
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0760646 & 0879889.
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http://ma-vitalrecords.org/MA/Hampden/Chester/MarriagesS.shtml
Chester Marriages; Page 177
Leverett of Blandford, and Mary Culver of Blandford, Mar. 20, 1833.* 
Family F711
 
20066 [Libr 1 of marriages, page 20]
Certified Record of Marriage; No. 287;
Signed by S. W. Frisbie, Clergyman
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[Transcribed from Marriage License in Civil War Pension file: #75161]
Certified Record of Marriage; No. 287
State of Michigan,
County of Wayne
1. Full name of Bridegroom; Ezekiel H. Sackett
2. Number of times previously married; One.
3. Residence at time of Marriage: Detroit Mich.
4. Age; 52, Color; White.
5. Birthplace; Michigan
7. Father's name; Chas Sackett.
8. Mother's maiden name; Eliza A. DeGraw.
9. Full Name of Bride; Mary J. A. Buckley
10. Number of times previously married; None
ĞtabğMaiden name, if a Widow; ------------
11. Residence at time of Marriage; Detroit Mich.
12. Age; 30, Color; White.
13. Birthplace; New York
14. Father's name; Patrick H. Buckley.; Mother's maiden name; Unknown.

The parties above named were joined in Matrimony, at Detroit
by me this 3rd day of November A.D. 1887
In the presence of
Mrs. Alphine Frisbie of Detroit Mich.
Margaret Dillon of Totonto Ont.
Signed S. W. Frisbie.
Clergyman. 
Family F5389
 
20067 [Lt John Shepard.GED from Wayne Shepard]
baptized April 13, 1760. Resided in Hebron, NY. 
Shepard, Grace (I4682)
 
20068 [Lt John Shepard.GED from Wayne Shepard]
HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 MASSACHUSETTS [p.5] HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS 1790 BLANDFORD TOWN - page 103
Name of head of family: Gunn, Warham
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 6

From "Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution:

Volume 6, page 953: Gunn, Warham, Westfield. Private, Westfield co. of Minute-men commanded by Lieut. John Shephard, which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; discharged May 12, 1775; service, 22 days; also, Capt. Malcolm Henry's co., Col. David Brewer's (9th) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 14, 1775; service, 2 mos., 3 weeks, 1 day; also, company return dated Oct. 7, 1775; also, Capt. Henry's co., Col. Rufus Putnam's (late Brewer's) regt.; order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Camp at Roxbury, Dec. 23, 1775.

Volume 6, page 954: Gunn, Warham. Private, Capt. Samuel Sloper's (12th) co., Col. David Mosley's (3d Hampshire Co.) regt.; marched June 12, 1782; discharged June 14, 1782; service, 3 days; company marched to Northampton June 12, 1782, in support of the government. 
Gunn, Warham (I4715)
 
20069 [Lt John Shepard.GED from Wayne Shepard]
John was baptized on April 13, 1760. His date of marriage listed is the intention date.

He served as a Private in Capt. David Mosely's Co., Col. John Mosely's Regt., from 21 Sept to 24 Oct 1777; service 1 mo 3 days; on expedition to Saratoga, including travel (120 miles) home. He was engaged by the town of Westfield for nine months, aged 23 years, height six feet, brown hair, light complexion, and served in Capt. Sackett's Co., Col. Mosely's Regt., arriving at Fishkill 16 June 1778 [Mass Soldiers... 14:116, 129].

He may be the John Shepard whose name appears (with that of Silas Shepard, his brother) in the Charlotte County Militia [Land Bounty Rights], with Revolutionary Service. [James A. Roberts, "New York in the Revolution" (1898), p 239]

John Shepherd listed under the Soldiers of Hebron, East Hebron Company, 1814 [History of Washington County, pg 399].

"tax list for the district of Black Creek in the county of Charlotte" (before 1786) listed John Shepherd, Jr., as owing: 25 pounds 10 shillings for real estate, 26 pounds for personal estate, 8 shillings 7 "d" (pence?) for tax assessment, and 1 pound 1 shilling 5 7/9 "d" for wheat. [Washington County History, pg 389].

"A list of the people's names that have taken out license this year, and the several sums due to the overseers of the poor for the town of Hebron:" John and Edward Shepard - 2 pounds [Ibid, pg 390]

He was listed in the 1790 Census in Hebron, NY, with one male under 16 years and three females. He was listed there in 1800, aged over 45, with a woman 26 to 45, a male and a female 16 to 26, a female 10 to 16, and a male under 16. The 1810 Census of is the last to mention a John "Shepherd" of Hebron with one male 16 to 26 and females: one 10 to 16, one 16 to 26, and one 45 and older; also one "all other free persons except Indians not taxed." In the pension file of Silas Shepard: John Shepard "late of Georgia," VT, now of Highgate, VT,testified that Silas, "late of Georgia, now of Fairfield," had served.

The 1820 Census has John Shepard living in Franklin Co., VT, town of Highgate with one male 10-16 and one 45 and over; one female under 10 and one 26-45. Also listed in Highgate is a Rowland Shepard with one male 26-45; two females 10-16 and one 26-45. A John Shepard is found in Georgia, VT, with one male 10-16 and one 26-45; one female 26-45. I believe these to be the sons of John Shepard, Jr.

John Shepherd, Jr., is listed as conveying land in Sheriff's Patent to Steven Robinson and Rowland Shepherd on August 26, 1808 . Also, Yeoman _____ in Sheriff's Patent on February 13, 1806. John and Edward Shepherd were listed as Grantors of land to James Hopkins on June 23, 1795. John Shepherd, Jr., was listed as a Grantor on May 6, 1796 and October 16, 1799. [Washington County Index of Deeds]

I believe this Rowland Shepard to be a son of John, Jr. A gravestone is located in the Porter Methodist Cemetery that lists the death of a Rowland Shepard as 11 March 1838. 
Shepard, John (I4656)
 
20070 [Lt John Shepard.GED from Wayne Shepard]
[The American Genealogist 31:252] 
Nisbet, Samuel (I4983)
 
20071 [Marriage License issued 2 March 1841 and filed 24 March 1841]

Ogle County IL. March 4, 1841; I Asa McMintry a pareacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ hereby certify that on this Day I joined in Marriage Mr. Davied Sacket with Miss Sarah Lawrence aggreeably to the authority given in the above License. [signed} Asa McMintry
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On the back of the marriage license of David Sackett is the following handwritten consent note:
"Stephenson; February 26th 1841
I Samuel S. Sackett the imputed father of David Sackett the bearer of these lines to grant to him all the privilege that I can, and wish others to do the same, to change his life from the present one to that of a Connubial one, to the Clerk of Ogle Co., ILL.
S. S. Sackett"
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David was on the 1850 census in Jo Daviess Co., IL. #1185.
1850 census Jo Davies Co.
October 30 1850 Elizabeth Township Page 176A Lines 14-20
Household 1185/1189
Sackett, David, 24 m farmer OH
[Sackett], Sarah, 23 f -- ENG
Sackett, Samuel A., 9 m -- IL
Sackett, Rosella A., 7 f -- IL
Sackett, Heneretta C., 2 f -- IL
Irish, Charles, 23 m laborer NY
Cambell, Samuel F., 42 m laborer NJ
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David Sackett is perhaps a brother of Alfred and Reuben. Following is a birth record on one of his daughters born less then two months after this census was taken: Maryetta Emma Lillis Sackett born 13 Dec. 1850 Jo Davies Co., Terapinridge to David Alexander Sackett and Sarah Lawrence.
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1880 Census: Alameda, Alameda, California
Family History Library Film: 1254062; NA Film Number: T9-0062
Page Number: 623A
D. A. SACKETT, Self M Male W 58 IL Miner --- ---
Emily J. SACKETT, Wife M Female W 46 ME Keeping House ME ME
Harry P. SACKETT, Son S Male W 17 CA At School IL ME
George H. SACKETT, Son S Male W 15 CA At School IL ME
Hattie M. SACKETT, Dau S Female W 12 CA At School IL ME
Ida A. DENNISON, Other S Female W 17 CA Dressmaker IL IN
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Information on spouses of David's children from Oral Don Sackett's family records via Louella Ormsby and Laurie Young
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http://www.cagenweb.com/cpl/ndgwsa.htm
Native Daughters of the Golden West
California Pioneer Project
Surname Index - Sa-Sb
Sackett, David A. 59-339
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In Memoriam.
Died - In Ventura Cal., June 1, 1895, David A.
Sackett, aged 74 years, 2 months and 2? days.
"not dead but gone before"

David A. Sackett was born in Butler Co.,
Ohio, March 6, 1831; died in Ventrua Co.,
Cal, June 1, 1805[sic]. In 1850 he crossed the
plains with an ox team, first settling in
Oregon, removing from there to Sonoma
Co., Cal. For many years he resided in
the northern part of the State, where his
six children, by a former wife, reside.
About five years ago he came to Ventura
county with his wife and children -- H. P.
Sackett and Hattie, now the wife of F. P.
Ward. The second son, George L. Sackett,
joining them here the year after.

The family is most highly respected and
in the death of Mr. Sackett the town of
Ventrua loses a good citizen; the neighbor-
hood in which he lived loses a true friend;
the church of which he was a member, an
earnest christian worker and his family
a loving husband and devoted father.

He has been suffering for many months
and several weeks ago was removed from
his home on the Avenue to the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Ward.

Loving hands did all in their power to
alleviate his suffering. And the bereaved
family are left with no regret for we
know that they did not leave one little act
of kindness undone. The faithful wife who
has shared his every joy and sorrow for
the past thirty-five years, the sons and the
son-in-law, were all untiring in their loving
efforts to soothe and cheer him, and were
all present when he passed away.

At the early age of ten years, Mr. Sackett
became an earnest christian. The patience
and umcomplaining fortitude shown by
him during his long suffering will remain
as a shining example before his family and
friends. And oh! how they will treasure
those last words of kind administration
from him who realized that the battle of
this life was almost fiinished and that soon
he would enjoy the glories of the life which
is beyond. He did not fear to die. Nay!
he prayed that it might soon come, for he
was firm in his belief of a glorious awaken-
ing. An awakening in the presence of his
God and the angels. And as the loved
ones stood around his bed Saturday even-
ing, watched the last struggle and imparted
the farewell kiss, they could not but realize
how great was his gain. For now the
suffering and pain was all over and the
dear father was "asleep in Jesus," that
tranquil rest for which he had so often
prayed.
"How beautiful is sleep!
The sleep that Christians know
Yet mourners! cease your woe,
While soft upon his Savier's breast
The righteous sinks to endless rest."

The funeral services were held in the
M. E. Church, by Rev. A. A. Graves. The
text was the same as was used at the
funeral of Mr. Sackett's mother: Rom. V:
10,11. "We shall be saved by his life. And
not only so, but we also joy in God, through
our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom we have
now received the atonement." And the
same hymns were sung. Rev. Uren of
Hueneme also made some very appropriate
remarks.

The deceased was an honored member of
the Petaluma Lodge, I. O. O. F., for thirty
years, and as the long procession moved
from the church, it was led by the mem-
bers of the order in Ventura, who were
paying their last tribute of respect to the
"dear brother" who now waits at the bar of
Heaven's High Chancery, to receive his
reward.
- A Friend. 
Sackett, David Alexander (I4184)
 
20072 [Middle name Maria added from Chapman Notes] Shepard, Fanny Maria (I4722)
 
20073 [MosesHazel.FTW]

Obituary clipping for Moses D. Shepard ( Date: 1st week in October 1945)

Funeral sevices were held for Moses Dennison Shepard of Okanogan, this afternoon at 2 o'cloc k in the Full Gospel Christian Assembly Church, with the Rev .O.M. Knutson officiating.

Moses Shepard was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan June 24, 1871, and died October 1, 1945, at th e age of 74. He leaves his wife, Laura L. Shepard, age 72, and four children and five grand- children. One daughter, Addie L. Steele preceded him in death. Living children are Lettie Ma e Johnson, Somers, Montana; Ivan L. Shepard, Oroville; Fred Shepard, Tonasket; Alice Pleun e, Okanogan. One grandchild, Robert R. Steele, S1/c, is in the South Pacific.
Funeral was in charge of the Barnes Funeral Service.

(If I knew the date of this paper clipping I would know the date of the funeral)

Note: The five grandchildren are:

Lettie Mae Johnson's daughter Francis Johnson
Ivan Shepard's daughter Alice Shepard
Addie Steele's son Robert Steele
Fred Shepard's son Fred Dennis Shepard
Fred Shepard's son John Lee Shepard 
Shepard, Moses Dennison (I5300)
 
20074 [MosesHazel.FTW]

Original Marriage Certificate says:

This Certifies that on the Twentieth day of December in the year 1893 of our Lord Mr Dennie S hepard and Miss Lottie Blodgett were by me united in Marriage at Lodi, Kalkaska Co. accordin g to the laws of the State of Mich.

Witnesses: Franklin Ayers
Eber Blodgett
Ellen Blodgett 
Family F2226
 
20075 [MosesHazel.FTW]
I stayed in Fred and Mary Shepards' home off and on when I was a teenager in the early 1940s . They were living in Oroville, Washington at the time. I got into trouble with them a lot b ecause I would stay out too late running around with Tom Weed. (Mary Shepard's half-brother ) Some times they would lock me out, I guess to teach me a lesson, but I was a hard learner . The weather was bitter cold in the winter time and Grandma Weed told Tommy to bring me home when I got locked out. Grandma Weed was very kind to me in those years and she really tried to be a sustitute mom because she had promised grandma Shepard she would try to look out for me as much as I would let her. 
Shepard, Fred Casper (I5322)
 
20076 [NHC1] Family F3595
 
20077 [NHV; NoHT1; NoHC]
Five children: Mary, b. 1737; Rebecca, b. 1738; Joseph, b. 1740; Stephen, b. 1741; and Enoch, b. c1744.
[Genealogies of Connecticut Families; Vol. IV, pg 921] 
Ives, Sgt. Stephen (I22332)
 
20078 [NHV] Family F3188
 
20079 [Not sure that this 1860 listing is the right person. - Thurmon King]
Name: Anson P Mette
Residence: Wayne, Michigan
Minor civil division: Town Of Canton
Age: 17 years
Estimated birth year: 1843
Birthplace: Canada
Gender: Male
Page: 1
Family number: 2
Film number: 803564
Digital GS number: 4232717
Image number: 00245
NARA publication number: M653
Collection: United States Census, 1860
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1870 Census; 9th Ward, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Page No. 160; 1 July, 1870; Post Office: Detroit
Mayberry Ave. near Michigan Ave.
1227/1198
Mitte, Anson, 31, M, W, Laborer, L. Canada
Mitte, Elizabeth, 29, F, W, Keeping House, New Jersey
Mitte, Nelly, 8, F, W, At Home, Michigan
Mitte, Ida, 7, F, W, ---, Michigan
Mitte, William, 12, M, W, ---, Michigan
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1880 Census; Springwells, Wayne, Michigan
Family History Library Film: 1254610
NA Film Number: T9-0610
Page Number: 362B
Phillip MITTE1 , Self , M , Male , W , 43 , CAN , Carpenter , CAN , CAN
Elizabeth MITTE , Wife , M , Female , W , 42 , NJ , Keeping House , ENG , ENG
William MITTE , Son , S , Male , W , 12 , MI , ---, CAN , NJ
Rosa MITTE , Dau , S , Female , W , 9 , MI , ---, CAN , NJ
Emma MITTE , Dau , S , Female , W , 6 , MI , ---, CAN , NJ

Note: 1NO # 
Mette, Anson Phillip (I32489)
 
20080 [Note: 1900-1930 census enumerators seem to have had a problem with Dewey's name.]
1900 [Pike Co., IL]
Lewis S, 1898
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The 1910 census [Pike Co., IL]
Dewey S, 12 (1898) Lewis
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WWI Draft Registration
Dewey Sylvester 7-11-1897
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1920 [Pike Co., IL]
Derry S, 22 (1898)
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1930
Derney S, 36 (1894)
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Find A Grave Memorial
Dewey S. Sackett
Birth: Jul. 11, 1897
Death: Feb. 11, 1961
Burial:
Sunset Cemetery, Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, USA
Plot: Division 15, Row 12

Note: PFC, Co. M, 475th Ill. QM

Created by: mlmann61
Record added: Jul 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93181185
Headstone picture added by: mlmann61 
Sackett, Dewey Sylvester (I29290)
 
20081 [Note: Although this birth record gives the sex of Lliwllyn Lewis as "female"; all of the subsequent records indicate that this was a son. After the 1880 census, he is listed in his marriage record as Lynn Lewis and in his mother's obituary as Lynn Lewis, and attorney.. - Thurmon King]

Name: Lliwllyn Lewis
Birth date: 03 Jun 1876
Birthplace: Bangor, Van Buren, Michigan
Gender: Female
Race or color (on document):
Father's name: Abel Lewis
Father's birthplace: Wales
Father's age:
Mother's name: Emogene Lewis
Mother's birthplace: New York
Mother's age:
Film number: 2320450
Digital GS number: 4206431
Image number: 427
Reference number: item 2 p 259 rn 928
Collection: Michigan Births 1867-1902
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1880 Census; Bangor, Van Buren, Michigan
Family History Library Film: 1254607
NA Film Number: T9-0607
Page Number: 337A
Luellen LEWIS, Son, S, Male, W, 4, MI, , WALES, NY
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September 19, 1932 Benton Harbor, Michigan
MRS. EMMA S. LEWIS, 81, OF BANGOR DIES.

The late Mrs. Lewis is survived by two sons, Attorney Lynn J. Lewis of South
Haven ... 
Lewis, Lynn J. (I65182)
 
20082 [NOTE: Listed as a son in 1900 and as a daughter in 1910]
Year: 1900; State: Illinois: County: LaSalle; Township: Mendota
Roll T623_316, Page 14B, ED 66
(indexed under Dockett)
Sackett, Richard D, Son, W, M, Mar, 1895, 5, S, Illinois, Illinois, Illinois
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Year: 1910; State: Illinois; County: LaSalle; Township: 4-Wd Mendota
Roll T624_300, Part 2, Page 302B, 412 N. 2nd Ave.
[in household of grandfather]
Sackett, Richardine F, Grandaughter, F, W, 15, S, Illinois, New York, New York
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Find A Grave Memorial
Richardine F. (Sackett) Reeser
Birth: Mar., 1895; Illinois, USA
Death: 1951; Streator, LaSalle County, Illinois, USA

Richardine is the daughter of William B. and Mamie D. Sackett

Family links:
Parents:
William Burdette Sackett (1874 - 1961)
Mary Degenhardt Sackett (1876 - 1904)
Spouse:
William Henry Reeser (1895 - 1979)
Children:
William John Reeser (1915 - 1971)
Sibling:
Richardine F. Sackett Reeser (1895 - 1951)
Gladys O Sackett Andrews (1899 - 1977)

Burial:
Riverview Cemetery, Streator, LaSalle County, Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Joan Edmonson
Originally Created by: john steele
Record added: Oct 31, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79622853
Headstone picture added by: Graveyard Guard
Photograph added by: Grave Finder 
Sackett, Richardine France (I23798)
 
20083 [Note: Listed on headstone of her grandparents and her sister, Rose]
Find A Grave Memorial
Olive Sackett
Birth: 1916
Death: 1918
Burial:
Ghent Cemetery, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, USA

Family links:
Parents:
William S Sackett (1889 - 1957)
Anna M (Horton) Sackett (1896 - 1958)

Created by: Lyle Rockwell
Record added: Mar 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86914893
Headstone picture added by: Lyle Rockwell 
Sackett, Olive (I35529)
 
20084 [Note: Mrs. Hannah (Morris) Smith, widow of Joseph Smith.] Family F3589
 
20085 [Note: these databases have conflicting information for the children of Anna.]
Alexis Carena: WorldConnect database: 2474739 has two not listed in the Camp Database;
Anson B. (b. 04-11-1806)
Abigail Sherman (b. 1803)

Camp Family Database: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genlady has two not listed by Alexis Carena;
Mary Sherman (b. abt. 1802)
Ware Sherman (b. abt. 1806)
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WorldConnect db: artcohan
ĞiğID:Ğ/iğ I04719
ĞiğName:Ğ/iğ Anna D. Canfield
ĞiğSex:Ğ/iğ F
ĞiğBirth:Ğ/iğ 3 Oct 1771 in New Milford, Litchfield Co., CT
ĞiğDeath:Ğ/iğ 27 Aug 1849 in East Springfield, Erie Co., PA bur: Springfield Cem.

ĞiğMarriageĞ/iğ 1Ware Darwin Sherman b: 3 Oct 1771 in Conway, Franklin Co., MA
ĞtabğĞiğMarried:Ğ/iğ BEF. 1790 in Arlington, Bennington Co., VT
Children
John Sackett Sherman b: 3 Oct 1798 in VT - prob: Arlington, Bennington Co.
Lydia C. Sherman b: 1796 in VT - prob: Arlington, Bennington Co.
Richard Ware Sherman b: 24 Jan 1794 in Arlington, Bennington Co., VT
Polly B. Sherman b: 1798 in prob: Arlington, Bennington Co., VT
Augustus Sherman b: 11 Feb 1801 in Arlington, Bennington Co., VT
Abigail Sherman b: 1807 in prob: Kingsbury, Washington Co., NY
Anson B. Sherman b: 1806 in VT
Avery Charles Tiffany Sherman b: 11 Oct 1810 in prob: Kingsbury, Washington Co., NY
Anna Sherman b: 1813 in prob: Kingsbury, Washington Co., NY
RVS-74
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Find A Grave Memorial
Anner D. (Canfield) Sherman
Birth: Oct. 3, 1771; New Milford, Litchfield County, Connecticut, USA
Death: Aug. 27, 1849; Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA

Family links:
Parents:
Israel Canfield (1733 - 1827)
Mary Sackett Canfield (____ - 1817)
Spouse:
Ware Darwin Sherman (1770 - 1842)
Children:
Lydia C. Sherman Martindale (1796 - 1865)
John Sackett Sherman (1798 - 1877)
Anson Bassett Sherman (1806 - 1888)

Inscription:
ANNER,
wife of
WARE SHERMAN
DIED
Aug. 27, 1849.
Aged 77 years,
11 mos.

Burial:
Springfield Cemetery, East Springfield, Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section R, Lot 23

Maintained by: Nancy Fayette LaMar
Originally Created by: Scott Coyle
Record added: Jun 15, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19907068
Headstone picture added by: Scott Coyle 
Canfield, Anne D. (I25109)
 
20086 [Note: Weygant has the birthdates of Patty and Polly reversed]
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Carter Genealogy; Page 51
v. Polly, b. June 13, 1794; d. Jan. 15, 1862; m. March 24, 1819, Dea. Harry Swift, b. Sept. 25, 1793, d. March 7, 1883, son of Rufus and grandson of Gen. Heman Swift of Cornwall. 
Sacket, Polly (I3762)
 
20087 [Note: Weygant has the birthdates of Patty and Polly reversed]
1880 Census; Illini, Macon, Illinois
Film T9-0229: Page 467B
Eleazer SACKETT, Father M M W 78 CT Farmer Home CT CT
Patty SACKETT, Mother F M W 76 CT Home Here CT CT 
Sacket, Patty (I3706)
 
20088 [Nov. 29, 1960]
Rolla E. Carman
BATAVIA. --- Rolla Eugene CArman, 83, a retired farmer, died here Tuesday afternoon.
He was born December 21, 1876, near Agency, the son of Thomas and Clara Carman. He was married May 21, 1925, to Lydia Jobe, who survives. He had farmed near Chillicothe.
Mr. Carman was a member of the Columbia Methodist Church near Chillicothe.
Besides his widow he is survived by three stepdaughters, Mrs. James Mallory and Mrs Thomas Fort of Omaha, and Mrs Harold Etter of Batavia; two sisters, Mrs Joe M. Akers of near Eddyville and Mrs. Herman Leander of Chillicothe; a brother Herbert Carman of Wichita, Kan.; and by several stepgrandchildren. He was preceeded in death by a stepdaughter, Mrs Ray Waller of Eldon.
The body is at the Community funeral home in Ottumwa.
[Copy of obituary supplied by Vicki Vroegh, Director; Eddyville Public Library, Eddyville, IA]
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Carman Funeral
BATAVIA. --- The funeral for Rolla Eugene Carman, 83, who died Tuesday will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Community funeral home in Ottumwa. The Rev. Howard Higgins of the Batavia Methodist church will officiate. Burial will be in the Chillicothe cemetery. Pallbearers will be Roy Waller, Carl Waller, Raymond Walle, Jr., Floyd Simmons, Gene Leander and Hollis Jobe.
[Copy of announcement supplied by Vicki Vroegh, Director; Eddyville Public Library, Eddyville, IA] 
Carman, Rolla Eugene (I29440)
 
20089 [On page 67 the number is given as 317. However, on page 125, Weygant changes the Number for William Moore to No. 316]

of Newtown, N. Y., and New York City

Dr. Moore was a graduate of Columbia College and continued his studies at Edinburgh, Scotland, where he was graduated a Doctor of Medicine in 1780. Returning to America he soon acquired an extensive practice in New York City and on Long Island, in the arduous duties of which he was unremittingly engaged for forty years. During a considerable portion of that period he was President of the New York Medical Society and a Trustee of the College of Physicians, as well as a Vestryman of Trinity Church. 
Moore, Dr. William (I6465)
 
20090 [Possibly Henry Garner of New York City in 1850]
Name: Henry Garner
Residence: Poulton le Fylde, Lancashire, England
Christening date: 21 Sep 1800
Christening place: Poulton Le Fylde, Lancashire, England
Birthdate: 31 Aug 1800
Birthplace:
Father's name: Richard Garner
Mother's name: Ann
Gender: Male
Batch number: C00579-2
Date range: 1677 - 1900
Record group: England-VR
Film number: 1517688
Collection: England Baptisms 1700-1900
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1850 Census; 3rd Ward, city of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
Page No. (not on page); 19 July, 1850
70/83
Henry Garner, 50, M, Umbrella Maker, England
Julia Garner, 32, F, ---, Pa.
Thomas C. Garner, 22, M, Umbrella Maker, NY
Margaret E. Garner, 18, F, ---, NY
Sarah E. Garner, 13, F, ---, NY
Harriet Garner, 11, F, ---, NY
Edward Garner, 6/12, M, ---, NY
Catherine Riley, 21, F, ---, NY
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Name: Henry Garner
Residence: Suffolk, New York
Minor civil division: The Town Of Brook Haven
Age: 60 years
Estimated birth year: 1800
Birthplace: England
Gender: Male
Page: 4
Family number: 35
Film number: 803865
Digital GS number: 4237092
Image number: 00133
NARA publication number: M653
Collection: 1860 United States Census
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1880 Census; Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Family History Library Film: 1255177
NA Film Number: T9-1177
Page Number: 183
Henry GARNER, Self, M, Male, W, 81, ENG, Umbrella Maker, ENG, ENG
Julia GARNER, Wife, M, Female, W, 62, PA, House Keeping, PA, PA
Emily GARNER, Dau, S, Female, W, 27, NY, Dress Making, ENG, PA
Mary GARNER, Dau, S, Female, W, 27, NY, Dress Making, ENG, PA
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Name: Henry Garner
Death date: 01 Nov 1884
Death place: 1813 Frankford Road, 19th Ward, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
[Cause of Death: General Debility]
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document): White
Age at death: 86 years
Estimated birth year: 1798
Birthplace: Philadelphia [NOT on document]
Marital status: Married
Spouse's name:
Father's name:
Father's birthplace:
Mother's name:
Mother's birthplace:
Occupation:
Street address: 1813 Frankford road
Residence:
Cemetery name: Palmer Vault [Cedar Hill Cemetery]
Burial place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Burial date: 05 Nov 1884
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2069872
Digital GS number: 4010302
Image number: 333
Reference number:
Collection: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915 
Garner, Henry (I30919)
 
20091 [Possibly Henry Platt Starr]
1880 Census; Adair, Adair, Iowa
FHL Film: 1254325; NA Film No.: T9-0325
Page No.: 1B
Henry P. STARR, Self, M, Male, W, 37, NY, Works In Elevator, CT, MA
Rhoda STARR, Wife, M, Female, W, 43, VT, Keeping House, VT, MA
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http://www.rootsweb.com/~nymonroe/cem/mthope-sec-g.htm
STARR Henry Platt, son of F. & L. A.; 1842 - 1908 
Starr, Henry Platt (I30730)
 
20092 [samuel1.ftw]

1790 Census - Bennington, Vt - Lists himself and wife - 1 son over 15, 2 sons
under 15, & 1 daughter. This list does NOT fit the children whose births he
recorded at Bennington. He is not in Bennington in the 1800 census.

IGI Files list additional children born in Champlain, Clinton Co, NY and there
is a Samuel Hicks there in the 1800 census - so evidently he moved his family
west. There are no marriage records for any of his children in Bennington
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From the research of his descendant, Chris Wallis:
John's son, Samuel, fought in the Battle of Bennington, VT and decided to reside there. In 1786, he married Charity Corbin. She died in 1802. He married a second time to Polly Woodward. They had six children: George, Melancthon, Henry, James, Edward, and a daughter who died young.

He moved to Champlain, NY in 1798, where he kept a public house until 1810. After that, he was a postmaster, Justice of the Peace, judge, and a customhouse officer.

During the War of 1812, Samuel was a commisary and operated so ardently against the British that they had a price on his head.

Samuel died on July 20, 1825.

Chris also found some interesting information on Samuel Hicks (1760-1825).
in a book titled "History of Clinton & Franklin Counties, New York."

This is the information that the book has about him. He moved from
Bennington, VT to Champlain, NY in 1799 and built the first tavern there. He
was subsequently appointed deputy collector, judge of Common Court of Pleas,
etc. The founder of Champlain was his brother-in-law, Judge Pliny Moore.
Pliny Moore married Charity Corbin's sister. Samuel was also a founder of
the First Presbyterian Church and the first newspaper in town as well as
being the owner of the first cook-stove in town.

The book tells of two violent episodes in which Samuel was involved in while
performing his duties as a customs officer. One incident involved a
gun-battle over a contraband raft on the St. Lawrence seaway. Apparently,
the customs officials has seized the quarter-mile long raft and were holding
it on the New York side. The following night, 50 men seized the raft and
started down the river toward Canada. The Vermont militia, who were there to
guard the raft with Samuel and the customs officials ordered the men to
surrender the raft. When they refused a fierce gun-battle started in which,
legend says, a thousand shots were fired.

According to reports, Samuel fled from the battle by rowing down the river in
a potash kettle. The fact was that he feared for his life and had two of his
men row him from the battle in a small boat. Several threats had been made
on his life, because of his stiff enforcement of the hated non-intercourse
law. This is probably the source of the family story that there was a price
on his head because of this operations against the British.

The second incident took place on the night of June 25, 1808, when a revenue
cutter was stolen from under the eyes of the customs officials. The men who
had stolen the boat were hiding by disguising themselves as women. When
Samuel finally confronted one of the disguised men, he was told by the man to
prepare to die. The next morning, a coffin was found at Samuel's door. 
Hicks, Samuel (I4997)
 
20093 [samuel1.ftw]

Moved to Southfield,MI in 1844 (also a Mrs. Ann R. Hicks in 1865) 
Hicks, Melancton Woolsey (I5006)
 
20094 [Source Kenneth L. Williams, 1962 family tree.] from Brian Williams. Williams, Francis (I24428)
 
20095 [Source Kenneth L. Williams, 1962 family tree.] from Brian Williams. Williams, Emma (I24430)
 
20096 [Source Kenneth L. Williams, 1962 family tree.] from Brian Williams. Williams, Baby Boy (I24431)
 
20097 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Emily Amelia (I19681)
 
20098 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Frances Parthena (I19682)
 
20099 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Flora Ellen (I19684)
 
20100 [Source: A History of the William Dean Family, p. 44] Austin, Homer (I19685)
 

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