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151 Baptismal record of St. Paul's or Smoke Church Congregation in Windsor Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1875, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-S149, p 20:
Reitz, Elias and Rosina (parents) Catherine b. 5-17-1812 bapt. 4-18-1812, Godfried Seidel and Maria Sibyla (sponsors). 
Ritz, Catherine (I2121)
 
152 Baptismal record of St. Paul's or Smoke Church Congregation in Windsor Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1875, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-S149, p 21:
Ritz, Johannes and Magd (parents) Sophia b. 5-2-1814 bapt. 6-26-1814, Geo Michael Zettelmayer & Elisa.
 
Ritz, Sophia (I2124)
 
153 Baptismal record of St. Paul's or Smoke Church Congregation in Windsor Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1766-1875, Berks County Historical Society, Henry Janssen Library, CR-S149, p 24:
Ritz, Johannes & Magd (parents) Carl b. 8-15-1816 bapt. 10-27-1816, Johannes Frey & Christina. 
Ritz, Carl (I2125)
 
154 Bardeen, Barden Gen, p. 9 - Mary was a sister of John Booth Jr. whose daughter Eunice married Thomas Barden of Scituate and Hanover. There is some evidence but no vital records to prove the fact that Abraham had a previous marriage and was the father of Thomas Barden.

There is other evidence that Mary Booth, Abraham's wife was the widow of John Booth Jr., daughter of Anthony Dodson of Scituate. Savage, Vol. 1, p 212, says of John Booth Jr. "his widow Mary married 1697, Abraham Bardin, a Scotchman, as says Deane; but he tells no more". Anthony Dodson was in Scituate 1650 and married 12 Nov. 1651 Mary Williams, daughter of John Williams Sr. His daughter, Mary, was born 1656 and married 1687 John Booth Jr, Savage Vol. II, p. 57,58. Torrey, p. 40, also refers to the wife of Abraham Barden as "Mary Booth, widow". However, in a land transaction, (Plymouth Deeds 14.407) Heirs of John Booth Sr to John Booth Jr, mentioned "Abraham Barden of Middleborough and Mary his wife". Is Mary the coheir or widow of John Booth Jr?.
 
Booth, Mary (I3414)
 
155 Belleview Telescope, April 29, 1886
The county board: Approved the official bond of S. F. Wood as Justice of the Peace Scandia Township

Belleview Telescope, Nov 11, 1886
Married Nov 3rd by S. F. Wood Justice of the Peace. Mr. John Lind and Miss Christian Fraunberg, both of Scandia.

Belleview Telescope, Jan 13, 1887
Lists S F Wood as Justice of Peace for Scandia Township

Belleview Telescope, June 16, 1887
Lists S F Wood being paid $2 for being Judge of Elections

Belleview Telescope, Jan 24, 1889
Lists S F Wood as Justice of the Peace

Belleview Telescope, Nov 15, 1889
Lists S F Wood being paid $2 for being Judge of Elections

Scandia Journal, June 20, 1890, page 4
S. F. Wood and P. D. Gardiner are engaged in carpentering on a church edifice in Cortland.

Scandia Journal, November 28, 1890, page 4
S. F. Woods starts Monday next for Atlanta Georgia to try the climate for a time. He exercises good judgment however by not selling his home here until he knows something of the country to which he is going.

Scandia Journal, December 5, 1890, page 4
Rev. A. D. Laughlin daughter and Mrs. Wood started for their future southern home at Atlanta, Georgia Wednesday. The kind words of father Laughlin will be missed in Scandia.

In the removal of old Mr. Woods to Atlanta we loose another of our upright well meaning citizens and many will wish his absence will prove only temporary and should a short residence in the South restore him to health none will regret the limited separation.

Newspaper Source: Belleview Public Library, digital newspaper archives 
Wood, Samuel Francis (I104)
 
156 Best educated of Stahlhuth children. - Mervel

Ancestry.com
Civil War Records
Stahlhuth William G 4 Missouri Infantry. Private Private Union
Stahlhuth William G 12 Mo. Inf. Private Corporal Stahlhut William. Union

REF: St. Louis Obituary Index 1943
Stahlhuth, William H. 2/9

REF: St. Louis City Directory, 1889. St. Louis, MO: Gould Directory Co., 1889. St. Louis City Directory, 1890. St. Louis, MO: Gould Directory Co., 1890.
Name: William Stahlhuth
Location 2: r. 1424 North Market
Occupation: trav.
Year: 1890
City: St. Louis
State: MO
 
Stahlhuth, Heinrich Wilheim (I198)
 
157 Bethel United Methodist Cemetery (3809 New Salem Road, Providence Twp, Randolph, North Carolina); 35d 52m 40.7s N; 79d 42m 18.7s W. Grave markers. Source (S204)
 
158 Betsy may be a twin with Margaret Currey, Elizabeth (I6346)
 
159 BIRTH & DEATH:
Title: The Damon Family
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 2
 
Damon, Zachariah (I1297)
 
160 Birth and Death dates per headstone - Findagrave.com
Aged 78 years 11 months 17 days. 
Ritz, Lydia (I2151)
 
161 Birth date is calculated from headstone. Died 11 Oct 1875 aged 4 mos 1 da.
Anna and Martha were twins but not sure why their birth dates calculate to a different date. 
McCaughan, Anna (I3829)
 
162 Birth date is calculated from headstone. Died 14 Sep 1875 aged 2 mos 23 da.
Anna and Martha were twins but not sure why their birth dates calculate to a different date. 
McCaughan, Martha (I3830)
 
163 Birth date:
"Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620-1881," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F5YQ-N7S : accessed 4 June 2016), Thomas Glass in entry for William Glass, 29 Apr 1864; citing 0105,BALLYCASTLE,ANTRIM,IRELAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 101,085. 
Glass, William (I3930)
 
164 Birth father of William Price and Frances Randolph Shriver Randolph, William Price (I1217)
 
165 Birth Sources:

Title: Weigel: Evidence of the Weigel Families of York County before the year 1850.
Author: Henry James Young.
Publication: 1940, Historical Society of York Co, Vol XXIII, pp 145-190.
Page: p 147

Note: Vital Records of Christ Lutheran of York: Henry born Oct 18, 1747 and baptised May 22, 1748, son of Martin and Anna Dorothy Weigle. Sponsors Henry and Christine Graber. 
Weigel, Heinrich (I3409)
 
166 Birth weight 6 lbs 4 oz Rinderle, Living (I68)
 
167 BIRTH:
Author: Originally Published in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts "Official Series" Vital Records
Title: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to about 1850 CD-ROM
Publication: Wheat Ridge, CO: Search & ReSearch Pub. Corp., 1998
Abbrev: VR Essex, Essex Co., MA
Type: CD-ROM (orig rec) E!
Date: 3 JAN 2000
Note: Ipswich VR Vol 1:125, Durgie 
Durkee, Martha (I2866)
 
168 BIRTH:
Mayflower Descendant Volume , Plymouth Colony Vital Records, page 70
Mary the daughter of Jarrett Ingram the 25 of May 1673
 
Ingraham, Mary (I1732)
 
169 BIRTH:
Mayflower Descendant Volume XIX , Plymouth Colony Vital Records, page 21
Hannah the daughter of Jarrett Ingraham was born October the 29th of December (1629) 1673

(1629) was crossed out. The double months is exactly as written. 
Ingraham, Hannah (I1735)
 
170 BIRTH:
Mayflower Descendant Volume XXII , Plymouth Colony Vital Records, page 95
Jeremiah the son Jarrt Ingraham and Rebecka his wife was born the 12th of July 1683 
Ingraham, Jeremiah (I1740)
 
171 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p14/55
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
MARRIAGE:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p55 -The identification of this Rebecca SNOW as the Rebecca who married (1) Benjamin (SMALLEY) and (2) John PORTER is based upon circumstantial evidence as set forth in "Benjamin Smalley and Rebecca Snow" by Clarence A Torrey and filed at the General Society of Mayflower Descendants Library in Plymouth.
MARRIAGES:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
DEATH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p55
DEATH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
HISTORY:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 -"Benjamin and Rebecca Smalley res. at Eastham until soon after 26 March 1711/12 when he bought land at Truro, and they moved there... An inventory of the estate of Banjamin Smally was taken 1 June 1721, and administration was granted to widow Rebecca on 4 June 1721. Mentioned in the settlement of his estate on 6 Nov. 1722 were widow Rebecca Smalley of Lebanon...After the death of her second husband, Rebecca moved to Salisbury CT." 
Snow, Rebecca (I2754)
 
172 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71
MARRIAGE:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p55 -dau. Hannah CLARK mentioned in 6 Nov 1722 settlement of father's estate 
Smalley, Hannah (I2683)
 
173 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 
Smalley, James (I2716)
 
174 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 
Smalley, Phebe (I2717)
 
175 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56 -prob Lebanon CT
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 -"b. prob. Lebanon CT;...from probate recs"
DEATH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 -"son Francis mentioned in 1722 settlement of father's estate; named in Lebanon CT account book of 1735-8; n.f.r." 
Smalley, Francis (I2719)
 
176 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56 -prob Lebanon CT
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 -"b. prob. Lebanon CT;...from probate recs." 
Smalley, Joseph (I2718)
 
177 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56 -prob Lebanon CT
BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 -"b. prob. Lebanon CT;...from probate recs...dau Elizabeth Smalley mentioned in 1722 settlement of father's estate; n.f.r."
DEATH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56 -mentioned in 6 Nov 1722 settlement of father's estate; n.f.r. 
Smalley, Elizabeth (I2720)
 
178 BIRTH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56 BIRTH:
Mayflower Families-Stephen Hopkins' by John D Austin (1992) p71 -"dau. Mary mentioned in 1722 settlement of father's estate; n.f.r."
DEATH:
Stephen Hopkins MFIP' by John D Austin (1989) p56 -mentioned in 6 Nov 1722 settlement of father's estate; n.f.r. 
Smalley, Mary (I2715)
 
179 BIRTH:
Title: The Damon Family
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 2

DEATH:
Title: The Damon Family
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 2
 
Damon, John (I2739)
 
180 BIRTH:
Title: The Damon Family
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 2

DEATH:
Title: Woodworth, Bruce. WOOR7MA GenServ
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Page: 2
 
Damon, Deborah (I2741)
 
181 BIRTH:
Title: The Damon Family
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 2 
Damon, Daniel (I2743)
 
182 BIRTH:
Title: The Damon Family
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 2 
Damon, Mary (I2742)
 
183 BIRTH:
Title: Vital Records of Scituate MA to the year 1850
Author: The Eddy Town-Record Fund
Publication: 2 vol., Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1909
Note: vol. 1: 60 61 64 65 114-35 184-5 198-205 248-61 328-37 416-9
vol. 2: 48 49 54 55 66-9 90-103 150-1 162-7 202-9 230-3 266-71 278-81 308-9 334-7 360-1 376-83 396-7 402-7 418-23 470-1
Note: good
Repository:
Note: State Library of Ohio
Call Number: F 74 .S3 S5 1987x
Media: Book
Page: 1:125 
Damon, Zachariah (I2759)
 
184 BIRTH:
Windham Vital Records, v 1 p 92 
Durkee, Amy (I2885)
 
185 BIRTH:
Windham Vital Records, v 1 p 92 
Durkee, Mary (I2884)
 
186 BIRTH:
Windham Vital Records, v 1 p 99 
Durkee, Hannah (I1054)
 
187 BIRTH: b ~1673 ? her step-brother Nathan Bassett married Mary Huckins - same?

Not mentioned in father's will - son-in-law (step-son) Nathan Bassett was
mentioned - 
Percival, Mary (I2263)
 
188 BIRTH: twin
REF: NE Marriages
REF: NEHGR Oct 1985 p299

REF: Margaret Olson's Russell/Cole Ancestry
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=olsoneme&id=I4289

Mary was a twin. {born 1 Apr 1632, bapt. 17 Apr 1632, per
N.E.Hist.Gen.Register, 139:299} Amos Otis, "Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families" (Goss Publishers, 1888) states that William married Mary, daughter of Hugh Burt of Lynn, Mass., and had Mary (b. 21 Nov 54) and William (b. 1656) "and probably others." Also identifying Mary as surnamed Burt is "Library of Cape Cod History and Genealogy - The Bassett Family of Yarmouth." 
Rainsford, Mary (I1074)
 
189 Birthdate calculated from headstone Ritts, Elizabeth (I2194)
 
190 Birthdate calculated from headstone Ritts, Mary Ann (I2193)
 
191 Born and brought up in Kentucky, Boston Hoblet lived in Greene, Hamilton and Montgomery counties, Ohio. He emigrated from KY to Ohio with his wife, Sarah, on horseback about 1798. They first settled about one half mile north of Centerville, Ohio. In 1803 he moved to Bellbrook in Greene County.
....from an article by B.F. Vaughan, Centerville, OH, printed for a Hoblet reunion

Boston Hoblet appears on the following tax lists:
Northwest Territory, Ohio, 1800
Greene Co., OH, Miami Township, 1809
Greene Co., OH, Sugar Creek Township, 1810

Boston Hoblet was named after his grandfather, Sebastian Wiegle. He was called So..bostian, which became "Boston."

Sources:
Greene Co., OH cemetery inscriptions, Vol IV
Probate file on his son, John Hoblet, Logan Co., IL
Family History Library - IGI
Ohio Tax Lists
Probate file of Boston Hoblet, Greene Co., OH, file box 18, Adm. p. 383
DAR application of Patti Bowman Silvestri (Nat'l No. 666863)
Joseph L. Hoblit manuscript (1983)

Inscriptions in Primitive Baptist Cemetery, southwest of Bellbrook, Greene, Ohio:
Hoblit, William 31 Dec 1874, age 66 years 5 months 18 days.
Letitia 1808-1864
Hoblit, Merit 26 August 1877, age 77 years.
Anna, wife, September 8, 1881 age 79 years.
Hoblet, Infant of Boston and Sarah. No date given.
Boston (Veteran) March 3, 1859, age 85 years.
Sarah Oct 9 1831, age 60 years.

REF: http://www.historicgeorgetown.org/family/hhoblit.html
From "The History of Warren County, Ohio", G977.176 W252 GEA.

1. BOSTON HOBLIT was born in Maryland. He married ELIZABETH, born in Virginia. They located in Greene County, Ohio, between 1790 and 1800, being among the first settlers of the county; opened out right in the woods, braving all the trials and dangers of those early days. They had a son:
11. MERITT HOBLIT
Boston remained and died on the farm where he first settled, living to a very advanced old age; he died about 1850; he was a soldier in the war of 1812.; was quite a prominent man in his day, and held several offices; was Constable and County Trustee.

11. MERITT HOBLIT was born in Ohio, about 1800. He married ANNA SACKET, a daughter of Cyrus Sacket and wife, Nancy, natives of Pennsylvania. Meritt and Anna had twelve children:
111. SARAH HOBLIT
112. NANCY HOBLIT
113. BOSTON HOBLIT
114. WILLIAM H. HOBLIT
115. DAVID HOBLIT
116. BENJAMIN HOBLIT
+ SIX OTHERS
Meritt died in July, 1877. Anna was still living at the home place in 1880.

111. SARAH HOBLIT married a HAGERMAN and lived in Auglaise County.

112. NANCY HOBLIT married a BOWMAN.

113. BOSTON HOBLIT, no data.

114. WILLIAM H. HOBLIT was born in Greene County, Ohio, 13 February, 1834. On 19 July, 1863, he married REBECCA M. THOMAS, born 18 December, 1837, a daughter of Edward P. Thomas and Abigail Benham. Edward was a native of Ohio, and Abigail of Pennsylvania, a daughter of James and Lydia Benham. (See also file on THOMAS). William and Rebecca had twin children:
1141. LUVILLIE MACGRUDER HOBLIT
1142. VALENTINE MONTERVILLE HOBLIT

115. DAVID HOBLIT, No data.

116. BENJAMIN HOBLIT, No data.

1141. LUVILLIE (LUVILLA) MACGRUDER HOBLIT was born 29 May, 1864. She married PERRY WILLIAM HARTSOCK. They had a son:
11411. JESSE VALENTINE HARTSOCK
Luvillie died in childbirth. (See HERZOG, HARTSOCK).

1142. VALENTINE MONTERVILLE HOBLIT, no data.

11411. JESSE VALENTINE HARTSOCK, no data.

Was Boston in the War of 1812? 
Hoblit, Sebastian Boston (I1690)
 
192 Born April 23, Thursday, 1925 at 2:30 Hicks, Archibald (I4313)
 
193 Born Nov 17, Wednesday, 1920 at 6:30 am Hicks, Raymond A. (I4312)
 
194 Born with an open spine, lived 1 month
 
Reinhardt, Irene (I1118)
 
195 Bristish Census
1851 Overton, Lancashire, England
John is listed at age 26 with wife Isabella age 24 living in the Township of Overton, in the village of Overton, both born in Heysham.

1861 Heysham, Lancashire, England
John & Isabella are living in the Village of Heysham with daughter Jane age 4 and daughter Ellen age 2. 
Stephenson, John (I4990)
 
196 Buford was Irish and English - Mervel
 
Beasley, Buford Lynn (I160)
 
197 Burial:
Fairview Cemetery
Liberty
Clay County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Fairview, Block 60, Lot 3, Space 2
Reference: Findagrave.com 
Franklin, Agnes Anne (I716)
 
198 BURIAL: King's Chapel Cem. "Here lyeth buried the body of ELIZABETH RAYNSFORD
aged 81 yearse deceased the 16 day of November 1688" 
?, Elizabeth (I1961)
 
199 BURIAL: King's Chapel, Boston "Here lyes the body of MR EDWARD RAYNFORD Senior
aged 71 years departed this life Anno Domini 16 82 [sic]

REF: Margaret Olson's Russell/Cole Ancestry
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=olsoneme&id=I4289

Edward was Elder of the First Church of Boston; Freeman, 1637; married (2) Elizabeth Dildee or Dilloe (1607-88) - both are buried in King's Chapel burying ground, Boston; was a merchant. Baptised at Staverton, England 10 Sept 1609, Parish of St. John the Baptist, and was eighth child of Robert. His brother was Lord Chief Justice of England. Edward is mentioned in his father's will as the third son and is to receive 100 pounds when age 21. He emigrated to Boston, Mass. about 1630.Carl Flegal (cflegal@msn.com) offered via email 18 Jun 1999 re: ancestry of Edward back to Charlemagne:The best reference that I have is Gary Boyd Roberts, "The New England Ancestry of H.R.H. The Princess of Wales," NEHGR, 136, 85-103, 1982: "The second royal descent, compiled by H. J. Young from F. N. MacNamara, Memorials of the Danvers Family (of Dauntsey & Culworth) (London, 1895), William F. Carter, The Quatremains of Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1936), volume 8 of the Moriarty manuscript collection and a few other sources, is from Hugh Capet, King of France, d. 996, through counts of Hainault, Roucy, Montdidier, and Clermont, and the Clare, Wake, Duston, Grey of Rotherfield, Breton, Quatremain, Bruley, Danvers, Langston and Giffard families." "These kinships are explored in "The Mowbray Connection," 7: 162-166, 174, 175."Weiss gives the ancestry of Adelaide de Clermont.James A. Rasmussen, "Edward Raynesford of Boston," NEHGR, 225-315, July, 1985 gives the ancestry through Alice Danvers, her father Sir William Danvers of Colthrop, her grandmother Joan Bruley. "Further particulars on Alice's ancestry may be found in Samuel Barfield, Thatchem, Berks, and its Manors (Oxford, 1901), edited by James Parker."Details of these ancestries are found on the internet:One ancestry of Joan Bruley is given at (www.my-ged.com/db/page/scokin/04297). This fits with my reference. I have not entered this ancestry into my computer and can not send you a GEDCOMmyself. I'll be looking for it myself.Paul Bailey McBride carries the ancestry of Thomas de Grey (-1295) on back with many references, (www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/rfc/gw30.htm#18518)Apparently many New England immigrants descend from Joan Bruley including Ann Mowbray Hutchinson. Joan Bruley's ancestry also appears to be correct at {ww.gendex.com/users/Enf_Bry/Enf_Bry/i372.htm#159565).I have not checked any of the cited references yet.

REF: The Olive Tree Genealogy
The Abigail ship passenger list 1635
Lists Edward Rainsford age 26
 
Rainsford, Edward (I1078)
 
200 Buried in the 4th addition of College Hill Cemetery
Lat: 3836'40"N, Lon: 8948'58"W

The Cemetery is north of McKendree College on Alton St. and Summerfield St. in Lebanon, Ill. Lebanon is about 30 miles from St. Louis, MO on Route 50 and 4 north of 64 on route 4.

This cemetery was formed in 1820s for the ministers of the Methodist curcuit of Southern Illinois and family and ministers at McKendree College. It was given to the city of Lebanon around the 1920s. 
Stahlhuth, Elleanor Bell (I205)
 

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