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BIRTH: Also shown as Born Abt 1555 
Arnold, John (I4741)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6)
 
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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Hugh The Grand

DEATH: Also shown as Died 17 Sep 1025 
France, Hugh "The Grand" (I6538)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I17394)
 
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SURNAME: Also shown as Basse

BIRTH: Also shown as Born 1662 
Bayes, Mary (I7330)
 
6 Alfred J. and Lucinda Burge resided in Wayne Township of Greene County, Pennsylvania during the early years of their married life; during that time Alfred worked as a tailor. They left there about 1857 and were living in Wood County, Virginia (now W.Va.) in 1860, having been in Iowa and Missouri in the meantime. They removed to Ritchie Couty, West Virginia, where they resided some twenty years before returning to Wood County in 1884. There they spent the remainder of their days in the area near Parkersburg. The parents of Alfred Burge resided with Alfred and Lucinda during the later years of their married lives; both died in their home. Likewise Lucinda's mother passed away in the home of Alfred and Lucinda.

Alfred Burge was a farmer and land-owner; he also worked in the oil fields.
(From HENNEN'S CHOICE Volume One by Dorothy T. Hennen p79)

1850 U.S. census Green Co., Pennsylvania - Wayne twnshp
Burge, Alfred J. - age 27 - tailor
Lucinda - age 16
William - age 1

1870 U.S. census Ritchie Co., W.Va. - Grant
Burge, A. J. - age 47 - farmer
Lucinda - age 35 - keeping house
Wm. L. age 19 - at home
Mary M. - age 22 - b. Ohio
Joshua F. age 14 b. PA
Missouri A. - age 12 b. MO
Amanuel - age 8
Jackson A. J. - age 4 b. W.VA
Mary E. age 1 b. W.Va.
Henry - age 74 - retired farmer

1880 - U.S. census Ritchie County, W.Va. Grant
Burge, Alfred J. age 53 - works on oil works
Lucinda = age 47 - wife - keeping house
Amanuel W. age 17 - works on farm
A. Jackson age 13 - works on farm
L. Virginia age 12 - at home
John M. age 8
Frances M. age 5

1900 U.S. census Wood Co., W.Va. - Clay
Burge, A. J., Sr. - b. Jul 1823 age 76 - married 51 years
Lucinda - wife b. May 1833 - age 67 - married 51 years mother of 11 children, 9 living

1910 US census Wood Co., W.Va. - Clay
Burge, Alfred J. - age 86 - widowed
Justine - granddaughter - age 17 
Burge, Alfred Jackson (I38077)
 
7 OBITUARY
Mrs. Samary Stedman Sherman, died at her home, Sherman, Washington, Jan. 30th 1898, in her 93rd year of her life from infirmities incident to old age. (92y 2m 26d).
She was born in Palmer, Mass., Nov. 4th 1805, of Puritan parentage. Her mother's maiden name was Cargill, a lineal descendant of Rev. Donald Cargill, who was executed in 1684 at the cross of Edinburg, because of his religious principles.
She migrated with her parents in 1816 from Massachusettes, crossing the Allegheny mountains in wagons and settled in Chester, Meigs County, Ohio.
She was thrice married - first, to Lyman Stedman in 1823 who died in 1828, leaving her with three children - to David Deford, in 1832 who died in 1836, leaving one child - to Isaac B. Sherman in 1839, who died in 1852. Four children resulted from this last union.
She is survived by three of her children - Lyman Stedman of Brown's Island, West Virginia; Amanda Sherman Widmer, of Lipscomb, Texas and George V. Sherman of Sherman, Washington and numerous grandchildren down to the fourth generation.
She removed to Kansas, with her three youngest children in 1870 and from there to her last earthly home in Eastern Washington in 1880.
Born within sound of the stormy Atlantic, she has crossed the continent and closed her eyes to all earthly scenes on the mild Pacific shore.
Thus has passed away one of the best and noblest of women - a faithful wife; a fond and devoted mother; a kind and sympathizing friend.
Her life, prolonged beyong the usual allotment of years, has been one of continuous usefulness and tender solicitude and enlisted in her favor the love and esteem of those who knew her many acts of kindness.
She was a life-long church member. She had implicit faith in her Redeemer and often expressed herself as ready, at the Master's summons, to join the loved ones who had gone before, and there wait expectant for those who must soon follow to the eternal shore.
L. S. Stedman

Letter from Samary Stedman Sherman to her grandson - dated 3 Nov 1886 from Sherman, Washington.

My Dear Grandson
Your very kind letter came safe to me and I was very glad you have got into such good business and hope you will stick to it and do well and be perfectly honest in all of your dealings and you will come out all right, and be sure and keep good company or non.
I am sorry to hear that you have been unwell but hope you are much bettter now. I often think of you away there by yourself and no kindred near you to take care of you if you get sick but I hope the good Lord will keep you when you go out and when you come in from this time and hencefore and forever more.
I was 81 years old the first day of this month, I don't know as I shall live to see another birthday or not for I am getting so old and feeble of late. We moved into our new house about a week ago and I have been so busy that I have not had time to write to you. It is 24 feet by 16 and a story and a half high weather boarded on the outside and ceiled on the inside with boards and is pretty comfortable.
We had two lodgers last night besides ourselves, old Mr. White and a stranger. Yesterday was election and there were lots of men and women here to vote. I had 4 women here to dinner. Mrs. Brasille inquired about you. I told her you were in a drugstore and going quite well. Mrs. Welch also inquired about you and Mrs. Delong often asked about you - what kind of a bed do you have to sleep on and do you have enough bed clothes to keep pyou warm. I hope you have a plenty to eat.
Mrs. Howk is building an addition to his Smith shop he will bring his wife to stay with him when he works here. Mr. Warren helped George build the house.
Eunice Rhodes and Mr. Dunnigan is to be married soon. Lyman's folks were well the last we heard from them. They are gathering their apples when last heard from of which they have a great many this fall. Lyman says he would send me a barrel if he thought they would ever reach me and I should be glad of them for I never get to see one very often.
This is mail day and I want to write to Lyman and Amanda. We expect to have the post office here after this week. Write as often as you can.
I am as every your very affectionate Grand Mother.
Samary S. Sherman Mr. Hopkins eldest son got kicked in the stonach by a horse and will be buried this afternoon. He was about 8 years old. Mr. Fletcher has brought in a load of apples to Redwine - he sells at 4 cts. per lb.

Letter - dated Dec. 21st 1886 - Sherman
Dear Jodie,
I was very glad to hear from you and hear that your health was better but I fear it will not agree with you to be amongst so many poison drugs and you must get as much outside air as you can. The old house looks quite lonely since we left it.
Mr. Redwine has it full now of oats and onions and it makes a good place for the Indians to camp in. I often think of you and wish I could see you but we are now thousands of miles apart and it is doubtful if we ever see each other again, but hope you will still continue to write to me for I like to hear from yiou and know where you are, and how you enjoy your health.
I have just written to your sister, Mary and thought I would write a few lines to you. My health is pretty good excepting I am troubled with the rheumatism in my right hip.
We have been blest with mild weather all along until today. It is getting quite cold and blustering. Johny wanted George to go with him and get a load of wood down below Welches and I think they will have a great time.
Mrs. Brasill was here not long ago and I told her what you said and she was much pleased and told me to give her best regards to you and so did Mrs. Welch.
Mr. Fletcher came up with his buggy and took me and George down to his house. They have got a new house. They are very kind neighbors. This is that Mr. Fletcher's brother that was here when you were here. The other family will be here in the spring and lots more they say from Waitsburgh.
It is getting so cold I shall have to quite writing.
I hope you will continue to write to your very affectionate Grantmother.
Samary S. Sherman

The California papers that you subscribed for has come until now. The last papers says your time is out. I sent them to Blanch McClenathan after I read them. I like them so well. I think I will subscribe for it.
Dec 22
Miss E. Rhodes is married to Mr. Dunagin. The snow fell last night three inches and will make sleighing for Christmas. Grips family have moved to Spokane and I hope they never will come back. My hand trembles. I have been sweeping snow off of the door sills.
Take care of yourself. Inquire at the Post Office for a newspaper. I will send those ..... that Lyman's folks sent to you. I forgot to give them to you. 
McClanathan, Samary (I38082)
 
8 BIRT PLAC Of Tetsworth And Bourton, Oxfordshire, Engl.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
Danvers, Robert (I15257)
 
9 BIRTH DATE: 1265 (54-1319) d'Oyly, John (I11553)
 
10 BIRTH PLACE = Of Cefnyddwyglwyd, Monmouthshire, Wales
G T Clark: The Genealogies of Glamorgan P. 562, 252
J Williams: Llyfr Baglan P. 238 
Howel, Howel "Fychan" ap (I14218)
 
11 BIRTH PLACE Castell Kibwr Brynwith, Glamorgan, Wales
G T Clark: The Genealogies of Glamorgan P. 7
From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
Ieuan, Sir Mathew ap (I15926)
 
12 FamilySearch Ancestral file # HPFJ-J8 shows Alice as born Abt 1366 of Griffe, Warwickshire Engl.
and Marrying Thomas Botiler # HPFJ-GW born Abt 1362.
VM Norr: Some Early English Pedigrees P. 22 shows Alice as born abt 1330 and marrying
Thomas Botiller born abt 1326 and inheriting Sudeley from his mother in 1368.
An Alice Beauchamp B Abt 1337 is shown on p. 23 and marrying John Beauchamp of
Somersetshire abt 1355 remarried abt 1362 after the death of her husband in 1361.
Burke: Dormant and Extinct Peerages shows William Botiler and his wife Joan Sudeley
as having an only daughter and heiress Elizabeth. Under Sudeley-Barons Sudeley however
William Boteler of Wemme is shown as Marrying Joane Sudeley and having a son Thomas who
obtained Sudeley Castle. 
Beauchamp, Alice (I14445)
 
13 Henry and Rebecca Weaver resided through the early years of their married life in Ritchie County, West Virginia; they removed to Wood county (same state) about 1888 and remained there some time. Again they were on the move to Muskingum County, Ohio where they remained during their later years. Henry Hamilton Weaver was a farmer.
from HENNEN'S CHOICE vol. 1 by Dorothy T. Hennen p 168

1900 US census West Virginia, Wood Co - Clay District
Henry H. Weaver and his family

Application for letters of administration - Ohio - Muskingum County Probate Court 6 Jan 1926
for Henry H. Weaver leaving Rebecca Weaver a widow at age 73 years
Alfred J. Weaver - son age 53 - Zanesville, Ohio
Jane Harris - dau age 51 - Fultonham
Rachel Burris - dau age 49 - Chillicothe, Ohio
John Weaver - som age 48 - Zanesville, Ohio
Frank Weaver - son age 46 - Brokaw, Ohio
Fordyce Weaver - son age 44 Roxbury, Ohio
Oscar Weaver - son age 40 Parkersburg, West Virginia
Bessie White - dau - age 38 Zanesville, Ohio
Emma Jackson - dau age 36 - Zanesville, Ohio
Arthur Weaver - son age 34 - Zanesville, Ohio
Robert Weaver - son age 30 - Zanesville, Ohio

Death certificate for Henry H. Weaver - Ohio

Judi Weaver Sampson - research on Weaver family - Kimbolton, Ohio 
Weaver, Henry Hamilton (I38075)
 
14 In the Orkneyinga Saga it is stated: "The sons of Snaefrid (and King Harald),Halfdan Halegg
and Gudrod Liomi killed Rognvald Earl of Moeri". Inasmuch as Rognvald was said to have
returned to Norway after being granted the Earldom of Orkney (he passed it on to his brother
Sigurd 'the powerful') and as he is named Earl of More in the Saga at the time of his death,
there is every reason to believe that he died in More, Norway and not in Orkney. One of his
killers (Halfdan) fled Norway ,after the deed, to Orkney where he was killed by Rognvald's son
Einar.
V M Norr: Some Early English Pedigrees P. 59
J P Yeatman: The History of the House of Arundel P 70
B G Montgomery: Origin and History of the Montgomerys -- Shows Rollo's father as Ingvar
Ragnarsson as believed by the Danes- that shown here is believed by the Norwegians.
W H Turton: The Plantagenet Ancestry P. 6
M L Call: The Royal Ancestry Bible Vol 2: 1812 
Eysteinsson, Rognwald I Jarl (I4826)
 
15 The Visitations of Cheshire pp: 308-309, 324, 477 Leigh, Edward (I46059)
 
16 VM Norr: Some Early English Pedigrees pp 8, 65, 124
T Jones: History of Brecknockshire P 394
"He had issue by his wife-five sons and seven daughters", "Sir Walter Herbert, the second son,
is erroneously said by Edmondson to have died without issue, his descendants were settled at
Caldecot in Monmouthshire." See footnote (3).
S R Meyrick/ L Dwyn: The Heraldic Visitations of Wales Vol 1: 295 
Thomas, Sir William Herbert ap (I5545)
 
17 1 Chron. 2:4 "And Tamar his Daughter in law bore him ... Zerah".
W Betham: Genealogical Tables Tab 16 
Semite, Tamar (Thamar) the (I12964)
 
18 ? Eighteenth in descent from Cadell Deyrnllyg King of Powys 6th in descent from Brochwel ap
Aeddan. Apparently there is some conflict in the sequence of descent. (Griffith ap Beli and Griffith
ap Iorwerth are confused, as also Beli ap Griffith and Beli ap Selyw). Some say Beli y Garth and
Beli ap Selyw are the same person and that he is elder Brother of Meiler Grygg. The differences
in sequential descent may be attributed to ambiguity in the records.
S R Meyrick / L Dwyn: The Heraldic Visitations of Wales Vol 1 pp. 221, 283, 299

Meiler Grug is said to have been 18th in descent from Cadell Detrnllyg King of Powys
S R Meyrick / L Dwyn: The Heraldic Visitations of Wales Vol 1:283 -(footnote 1) 
Selyf, Meilyr Gryg (Grugynog) ap (I16735)
 
19 Albero is listed as son of Clodio son of Pharamond by W Betham: Genealogical Tables (TAB CCLII)
Albero is also listed by some as the son of Pharamond
M E Sorley: The Sorley Pedigrees P. 11 
Albero or Alberic Duke on the Moselle (I14019)
 
20 Burke: Dormant and Extinct Peerages (Botetourt) Grey, Maud de (I16802)
 
21 Dennes or Dionis named in the will of her husband 1624. Probably named Dionis Hoskins. Hoskins, Dennis or Dionis (I2505)
 
22 Edward Spalding arrived in America abt 1619 with his younger brother Edmund from
England. He married and had children in Virginia which were massacred by indians. (Their
names are presently unknown) Edward then moved to Massachussetts where he remarried
abt 1632,Margaret (Elliot), and again in (1640) Rachel,of Braintree, Massachussetts. 
Spalding, Edward (I2878)
 
23 G Ormerod: The History of Cheshire Vol 2 P. 377
M L Call: The Royal Ancestry Bible Vol 1: 758 
Brereton, Sir Randle (I39944)
 
24 Jasher 4:11 "Lamech ... took Ashmua the daughter of Elishaa...son of Enoch his uncle" Elishaa, Ashmua bat (I12296)
 
25 M E Sorley: The Sorley Pedigrees pp 53, 44 St Lo, Joan de (I14403)
 
26 Niece of Tiberias Agrippina (I44446)
 
27 S R Meyrick / LDwynn: The Heraldic Visitation of Wales Vol 1: 310, 313 (Pedigree of John Pryce) Gwinau, Teon ap (I27130)
 
28 The Book of the Jubilees Cain md Awan his sister Adam, Awan bat (I38491)
 
29 Utah Territorial Pioneer
Emigrated from Liverpool 31 Mar 1855 on the ship "Juventa" arriving at Philadelphia on 5 May 1855.
The biological Children of John Vest and Elizabeth were all sealed to Elizabeth and her 2nd husband, William James Calkins.
She did not marry Edward David Edwin Vest. 
Parneby, Elizabeth (I709)
 
30 Utah Territorial Pioneer
Farmer - Came to Utah 1 Oct 1854 (Daniel Garn Company) and settled in "Willow" later named Mona,Juab, Utah.
Some say he came with the Robert L Campbell Company arriving in Salt Lake 28 Oct 1854.
See F Esshom: Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah P. 981
Thomas Kay was a polygamist and had two wives at the same time. He was sealed to both of them leading to
some confusion as to how the children should be listed on a family group sheet. Some incorrectly listing the 1st wifes
biological Children with the 2nd wife (Eliza Day) Margaret Vest 1st Wife of Thomas married 3 Times and the
Children of Her 2nd Husband (John Harrison) were sealed to Thomas Kay her 1st Husband. 
Kay, Thomas (Farmer) (I97)
 
31 Utah Territorial Pioneer
Reference: Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine by Nellie Todd Taylor Vol 16 No 3 pp 138-144 
Stratford, Lucetta (I57)
 
32 Utah Territorial Pioneer
William and Hannah Jane and their son John emigrated 22 April 1855 on the ship "Curling"
with the Israel Barlow Company then joined the Capt. C H Harper Company arriving in Salt Lake
29 Oct 1855, the 6th company that season. A daughter Mary Ann was born while thet were on
their journey 30 Aug 1855 but died just three weeks before the end of their journey and was buried
in an unmarked grave 8 Oct 1855 along the way.. 
Vest, William (I809)
 
33 UtahTerritorial Pioneer
Of Naggshead Dorecoate Street, Stocton-on-tees, Durham,England
Emigrated from England leaving Liverpool 31 Mar 1855 on the ship "Juventa" with his wife, Elizabeth
and five surviving children arriving at Philadelphia 5 May 1855.
The company then proceeded by rail to Pittsburgh and from thence by steamboat down the Ohio river
to St Louis. Traveling from St Louis to Florence Nebraska they outfitted themselves and joined the
Richard Ballentyne Company of Ox-teams to cross the plains arriving at Salt Lake City 25 Sep 1855. Some confusion arises from the fact that Richard Ballentyne was in charge of emigrating saints from England,leaving Liverpool 17 Jan 1855 on the ship "Charles Buck" arriving at New Orleans about
14 Mar 1855 and then arriving at St Louis 27 Mar 1855. Richard Ballentyne then led an ox-team company across the plains to Salt Lake City arriving there 25 Sep 1855. Those parties in the ox-team company were not exactly the same as those crossing the ocean even though the total numbers match closely.
Divorce decree for John Vest and Elizabeth was 15 Mar 1871, Utah County Probate Docket.
Children of John Vest Jr and Betsy Elizabeth Parnaby were sealed to their mother and her 2nd Husband William
James Calkins 
Vest, John Jr (I708)
 
34 V M Norr: Some Early English Pedigrees P 46
M L Call: The Royal Ancestry Bible Vol 2 Chart 1624
M E Sorley: The Sorley Pedigrees p. 19 
Vere, Julianna de Countess of Norfolk (I7037)
 
35 Visitations of Hampshire Delamare, John Lord of Oxwich & Portner (I29793)
 
36 ! It is believed Jonathon married 3 times
Md (1) Bef 1692 Mary Joslin she Prob had at least 2 children then died.
Md (2) Abt 1692 Mary Blood
Md (3) 4 Sep 1710 Deborah Scripture
The Whitcomb Family in America p. 187. Mass. Li p. 13. Mass. G17a
Vol. 1 p.250, Vol. 2 p. 80.
Archive rec. of Martin Degen Bushman, Snowflake, Ariz.
!Jonathan's birthplace has also been stated as Lancaster, Worcester,
Massachusetts.
In Ancestral File records Jonathan was also sealed to his parents on 18 Dec
1958 in Idaho Falls Temple. 
Whitcomb, Jonathan (I1305)
 
37 ! CALL FAMILY PEDIGREES Compiled by Midhel L. Call Microfilm #844805 Chart #412 Wessex, Crioda, of Prince (I10221)
 
38 ! It appears that Jonathon May have Married 3 Times Joslin, Mary (Josselyn) (I11985)
 
39 ! md 18 sep 1879 Albert HAWS

Sources Of Information:

!Mary York (deceased)

!Manti Temple Records

!Haws family records - Mrs. Edna H. Bentwet (deceased)

!Mary Frances Bowler Haws (deceased)

!Salt Lake City Archives

!Endowment House Sealings 25165 pt. 15

!Endowment House Endowments 25165 pt. 24

!These references were taken from Microfiche #6-31596 - #16 of 95 fiches
"Membership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1830-1848".

!1) Family Group Records of (self) Albert Haws
!2) Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, Frank Esshom, 1913, pg. 926
!3) Family Group Record of (father) Gilberth Haws
!4) Index to the Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library, Michele Call
!5) Utah Federal Census; year 1870
!6) Mormons and their Neighbors, Marvin Wiggins
!7) Temple Index Bureau (TIB)
!8) Early Church File 2:255

!Family Records in Possession of Rowena V. Larsen Haws Richins, Rt. #1 Box #352,
Vernal, Utah 84078.

!Haws Family Records in Possession of Edna H. Bentwet (deceased)

!BIRTH PLACE: Family Records shows her birthplace as Mugegolang, New South
Wales, Australia


! md 18 sep 1879 Albert HAWS

Sources Of Information:

!Mary York (deceased)

!Manti Temple Records

!Haws family records - Mrs. Edna H. Bentwet (deceased)

!Mary Frances Bowler Haws (deceased)

!Salt Lake City Archives

!Endowment House Sealings 25165 pt. 15

!Endowment House Endowments 25165 pt. 24

!These references were taken from Microfiche #6-31596 - #16 of 95 fiches "Membership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1830-1848".

!1) Family Group Records of (self) Albert Haws
!2) Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, Frank Esshom, 1913, pg. 926
!3) Family Group Record of (father) Gilberth Haws
!4) Index to the Mormon Pioneer Genealogy Library, Michele Call
!5) Utah Federal Census; year 1870
!6) Mormons and their Neighbors, Marvin Wiggins
!7) Temple Index Bureau (TIB)
!8) Early Church File 2:255

!Family Records in Possession of Rowena V. Larsen Haws Richins, Rt. #1 Box #352,
Vernal, Utah 84078.

!Haws Family Records in Possession of Edna H. Bentwet (deceased)

!BIRTH PLACE: Family Records shows her birthplace as Mugegolang, New South
Wales, Australia 
Mayberry, Harriet (I2084)
 
40 ! Reigned 959-975
CALL FAMILY PEDIGREE Compiled by Michel L. Call Micrfilm #844805 Chart #405 
England, Edgar The Peaceable King Of (I6179)
 
41 ! ROYAL ANCESTORS OF SOME L.D.S. FAMILIES by Michel L. Call pg.233 Elfwina (I6175)
 
42 ! The Whitcomb Family in America 929,273 W581w
! Littleton, Mass. V.R. 974.44/L4 V2c
! Lancaster V.R.974.43/L3 V2c
! Worcester County was formed from Suffolk County in 1713
!Jonathan Whitcomb was among other things a shoemaker, blacksmith and a
tanner
from: JOHN WHITCOMB andFRANCES COGGIN 350 YEARS LATER Volume I by Mary Anne
R. Shepherd pg. 11 
Whitcomb, Jonathan (I1284)
 
43 !1) Haws Family Records of Edna Holdaway Bentwet (deceased)

!These references were taken from: Microfiche #6031596 - #16 of 95 fiches -
"Membership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 1830-1848".

!2) Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register 1845-1846.
!3) Utah Federal Census: 1860
!4) Family Group Sheet - William Haws
!5) Family Group Sheet - Alexander Phillip Chesley
!6) Temple Index Bureau (TIB) 
Womack, Isabel (I854)
 
44 !1850 Census Meigs Co. Ohio - Lebanon township district #98 - 1 Aug 1850
White, Johnson - 31 - m - farmer - Virginia
Lucy - 26 - f - Ohio
Lyman S. - 7 - m - Virginia
Sarah F. - 2 - f - Ohio

!Meigs Co. Ohio marriages GS 41094-pt 139 - marriage of Johnson J. White and Mary A. Middleswart.

!1870 census Lebanon Township - Meigs Co., Ohio - 7 June 1870
White, Johnson J. - 51 - m w - retired farmer - W.Va.
Mary A. - 45 - f w - housekeeping - Ohio
Eugene C. - ll - m w - attends school - Ohio
Joseph E. - 9 m w - attends school - Ohio
Middleswart, Oscar - 23 m w - farmer - Ohio
Emory J. - 18 m w - farmer - Ohio
Regina A. - 21 - f w - seamstress - Ohio
Avery, Mary A. - 16 f w - domestic servant - Ohio

!Certified Copy of Death Record - Meigs Co., Ohio
date of record - 21 May 1902 No. 125
for J. J. White - date of death 26 Sep 1901 - place of death Middleport, Ohio
place of birth - Virginia - age 80 years - widowed

!War of the Rebellion - dependent father's pension application on behalf of claimant Johnson J. White for his son soldier, Lyman S. White. 
White, Johnson Jenkins (I38073)
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11247)
 
46 !Albert's endowment date was also given as 13 Nov 1885.

!NAME: references Family Group Records -self and Pioneers and Prominent Men of
Utah, Frank Esshom, 1913, pg. 926.

!BIRTH DATE AND PLACE: references Family Group Records - self and Pioneers and
Prominent Men of Utah, Frank Esshom, 1913, pg. 926. 
Haws, Albert Alonzo (I10537)
 
47 !BAPTISM:Edna Bentwet's records show William as baptized on 10 June 1890.

!1) Haws Family Records of Edna Holdaway Bentwet (deceased)

!These references were taken from: Microfiche #6031596 - #16 of 95 fiches -
"Membership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 1830-1848".

!2) Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register 1845-1846.
!3) Utah Federal Census: 1860
!4) Family Group Sheet - William Haws
!5) Family Group Sheet - Alexander Phillip Chesley
!6) Temple Index Bureau (TIB) 
Haws, William Neill (I840)
 
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10648)
 
49 !Baptized originally in 1870. Rebaptized on 2 oct 1881.

!NAME, BIRTHDATE AND BIRTH PLACE: taken from father's (Amos Whitcomb Haws)
Family Group Sheet)

!BAPTISM: also stated as 2 October 1881 in family records 
Haws, Mary Ellen (I12217)
 
50 !Binghampton now part of Tucson. Clawson, Julia (I12422)
 

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