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2201 Witnesses: Daniel Speight and Ann Wilson. Family F1724
 
2202 Witnesses: Jonathan Stephenson and Robert Etherington. Family F623
 
2203 Wood, Grandison, Births, Marriages, Deaths, 1839 - 1950. New York, 1835. Privately held by Douglas E. Wood, Benton Harbor, MI 49022. 2008.

Bible found in Samuel Francis Wood's chicken shed on a shelf by Muriel Elaine Wood 
Source (S187)
 
2204 Wright, F. Edward, 18th Century Records of the Germantown Reformed Church of Pennsylvania, (Lewes, Delaware: Colonial Roots, 1994), 14.
John Peter, son of Christian Ritz and Juliana, b. May 22, 1759, bapt. June 3, 1759. Spon: John Peter Paris and wife Magdalene 
Ritz, John Peter (I6074)
 
2205 WWII: Ed enlisted 23 Feb 1943, shipped off to England 20 Jul 1944, returned on 19 Jun 1945, and discharged on 30 Oct 1945. He was a B-24 pilot during the war. He was in the Army Air Corps, West Coast Training Command, 2nd Air Force, 8th Air Force, 466th Bombardment Group, assigned to the 96th Combat Bombardment Wing, based in Attlebridge, England. Not sure which of the four squadrons he was in (784th, 785th, 786th, or 787th).


Gilory, CA Dispatch obituary:
Edward Ritts died Sunday, Aug. 29, 2004. He was 80.
Born in Iowa on Aug. 17, 1924, to Charles and Juanita Ritts, he served as a B-24 pilot for the Army Air Corp during World War II.
After the war, Mr. Ritts returned home and married Marilyn, his high school sweetheart, in 1945.
He graduated from Iowa State University in 1948 with an Engineering degree.
His professional career included work as an automotive engineer for the Cities Service and Tidewater Oil Companies, as a small business owner, and finally, as a Real Estate Broker as he approached his retirement years.
Married for almost 50 years, Mr. and Mrs. Ritts enjoyed traveling, particularly their yearly trips to Lake Tahoe and Kona, and the company of their many friends.
Mr. Ritts cherished the friendship and camaraderie provided by the Morgan Hill Airmen's Association, the Gilroy Elks Club, and the Local Sirs Club.
He looked forward over the years to his fishing trips in Canada and Alaska and his hunting trips in Wyoming. His gentle nature, caring soul, and self-effacing humor will be greatly missed by all.
He is survived by his son, Craig; daughter-in-law Terry; beloved grandsons, Casey and Matt; new granddaughter-in-law Maricor; brother, Bill; and many beautiful extended family members.
He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Marilyn.
Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service at 1pm Saturday, Sept. 11, 2004, at Johnson Funeral Home, 17720 Monterey Road, Morgan Hill.
A reception at the Lions Club Community Hall, 12415 Murphy Avenue, San Martin will follow.
His ashes will be scattered off the Kona coast as his wife's were nine years ago.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Gilroy Elks Club #1567, P.O. Box 488, Gilroy, CA 95021.
 
Ritts, Edward Martin (I32)
 
2206 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wood, Keith Samuel (I77)
 
2207 Yellow Fever Epidemic
Yellow fever was periodically rampant in Philadelphia from 1793 - 1799. It's possible that Henry Weiss died of this disease in late 1798 or early 1799 while he was a schoolmaster in Philadelphia.

 
Weiss, Henry (I6091)
 
2208 Zundel, William Arter. History of Old Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.. 1922. eGoogle book. Goolge. http://www.books.google.com. Source (S242)
 
2209 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #2010, Date of Import: Jul 2, 2000]
Knowlton Genealogy by C.H.W. Stocking 1897
Errata & Addenda by G.H. Knowlton 1903:
Captain William Knowlton sailed from London, England to Nova Scotia in 1632-4 w/ wife & children. He was at least part owner in the boat. He died on the voyage. His wife & children continued to Nova Scotia. They remained in Nova Scotia for a short time. They then proceeded to Ma., probally Hingham, the following year, where his widow is said to have remarried. John removed to Ipswich in 1639 & William & Thomas in 1642. John, Benjamin, Abraham, & William served in King Phillip's War.
This "story" by Stocking has been disproven by several people.

 
Knowlton, Robert (I2630)
 

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