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201 ??May be listed as Marlin Cyrus Brown. Brown, Cyrus Merlin (I12470)
 
202 ??Name also listed as Lucile May Pyrrington. Purrington, Lucield (I23646)
 
203 ??One record lists this person as Oliver Caleb Haws Haws, Caleb Oliver (I119)
 
204 ?Possibly born in 1900 Haws, Leon (I22443)
 
205 A Bennet: The Penrose Family in England and America (an Unpublished Manuscript) Penros, Flora de (I5339)
 
206 A Bennett: The Penrose Family in England and America (an Unpublished Manuscript) Penros, Nicholaa de (I5445)
 
207 A Bennett: The Penrose Family in England and America (an Unpublished Manuscript) Penros, Johanna de (I5192)
 
208 A Bennett: The Penrose Family in England and America (an Unpublished Manuscript) Penros, Dionisia de (I5193)
 
209 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart)
Penardim was either the son of Anna dau of Joiada or Anna the dau of Joseph of Arimathea. Anna
the daughter of Joiada supposedly married at least three times, viz Heli, Jacob and a husband
unnamed father of Penardim.
A F Schmuhl: The Royal Line (Chart) 
Britain, Penardim of (I11641)
 
210 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Gwerydd (I13731)
 
211 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Peredur (I13743)
 
212 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Llyfeinydd (I13764)
 
213 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Rhun (I13799)
 
214 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Liarian (I13800)
 
215 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Morgan (I13801)
 
216 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Calchwynydd (I13835)
 
217 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Berwyn (I13891)
 
218 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Teuged (I13913)
 
219 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Cymryw, Ithon ap The Dardanian (I38518)
 
220 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart)
J Williams: Llyfr Baglan P. 246
A.F. Schmuhl: The Royal Line (Chart) 
Paran, Llyr Llediath ap (I12909)
 
221 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Enir Fardd (I13765)
 
222 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Brywiais (I13768)
 
223 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Llwarch (I13775)
 
224 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Idwal (I13830)
 
225 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Ithel (I13836)
 
226 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Bleddyn (I13888)
 
227 A Bennett: The Kinship of Families (Chart) Ceraint (I13903)
 
228 A Bennett: The Penrose Family in England and America.
The de Banco Roll 50 Edw III, pasch.
The earlier generations than Roger are speculative in Nature 
Penros, Roger de (I4833)
 
229 A F Schmuhl: One Royal Line (Chart)
"In 35 AD Joseph of Arimathea and ' the women who followed Jesus' and others were put
by the Jews into a boat without sails and without oars, and floated down the Mediterraneon
they landed at Marseilles, France and Joseph and his company then crossed in to Britain to
Glastonbury (Avalon).
His descendants became ancestors of some illustrious Welch Kings and Princes including the
famous King Arthur of the Round Table
"According to the Talmud --- Joseph was the youngest brother of the father of the Virgin Mary,
therefore her uncle and great uncle to Jesus"
Joseph has also been identified as "Aristobulos" an early Bishop of Britain. 
Arimathea, Joseph of Nobilis Decurio (I13097)
 
230 A F Schmuhl: One Royal Line Chart
W Betham: Genealogical Tables Tab 130 
Flavia Maxima Fausta (Faustina) (I32753)
 
231 A Family story is: Levin Sailed to America from England on the ship "Lydia A. Lank".?
There are several other stories about the origins of the Lank Family in America and much speculation as to
parentage. Levin is believed to have been born Abt 1735 to 1738. A family story about Levin says he was a foundling-
the close proximity to his fathers death seems to fit this theory. Other family stories make the early Lanks
out to be Pirates and Seafaring men etc. The facts behind the stories are lacking as with most fanciful tales. The
family stories are divided between there being of french or of English origins. Perhaps they are of both, depending
on which side the line is traced. (Mother or Father)
Mrs Mary T Layton Researcher links Levin to George and Mary's family "by default" and does not explain further.
I assume it was because of some inheritance or acquisition rights to estate property; she also estimates
the sequence of placement in the family from Levin's firstborn child. Thomas was handled the same way. I have changed the placement of Levin closer to his fathers decease and his birth estimate at 1738. 
Lank, Levin (I617)
 
232 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy
Anadarko Tribune 1 Feb 1933 pg 1 col 5
His home was at 601 West Oklahoma Avenue 
Cooper, Charles Wesley (I465)
 
233 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy Cooper, Annabelle (I331)
 
234 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy ( Regnier was pronounced as Ringey.) Regnier, Delia Maggie (I466)
 
235 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy Deborah's father Benjamin was a Methodist Minister
Nine children are listed in the family Bible kept by Mrs W. A. Sexton 717 E. Ave Coronado
California. The last child listed (Sarah Emma b. 3 Oct 1852) May be an error inasmuch as
Samuel md a second wife Oct 1853 and she had a child by him (Sarah Emma Jane b. 3 Oct 1859)
as noted in the Bible entry of Charles Wesley Cooper family. 
King, Deborah (I486)
 
236 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy - Benjamin King was a Methodist Minister and preached until abt 80 yrs old in Indiana. The Benjamin King records were taken from a Family Bible in possession of
Mrs Walter A. Sexton 717 E. Ave Coronado California (1960).
Will dated 17 Mar 1848 Will Probated 14 Feb 1852. See Book "D",page 13 & 14, Corydon Indiana. 
King, Benjamin (I652)
 
237 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy.
Other sources give the birth date of Thomas as 1714.
Louisa Co. Virginia, Deed Books A and B, 1742-1759, 1976. This deed is the sale of Land in 1751
by Thomas and Sarah that was purchased in 1747. Abstracted and compiled by Rosalie Edith
Davis, Bellevue, Washington, 1976.
Deed Book A, Page 69 Shows that Thomas and Sarah King purchased a tract of land 28 Oct 1747.
and sold it 16 Oct 1751. Sale was acknowledged by Thomas King. Sarah , his wife consenting.
Thomas 1st child was named Sackville leading one to the conclusion that his mother was
Sarah Sackville. On the Death of John White one- Sixth of "Meadow Wood" was inherited by
Thomas King And Tillah White his wife in 1761. Tillah it is concluded was the Second wife of
Thomas. The Deed dividing John White's plantation is dated 6 July 1758 and refers to John White
late of St. Paul's Parish in Hanover Co. Virginia and refers to his last will and Testament given prior
to the time of his death directing the division of his property among his six children Thomas King
then the husband of Tillah white was named as one of the six to receive a portion. The King
family lived in Meadow Wood until 1798. In 1799 Thomas King's heirs conveyed 263 acres to
Benjamin King. Benjamin had Married Martha Haywood and in 1802 they sold the property to
George Washington Truehart. The death of Tillah is not known however information from
Magdalena King and the Cooper family it is understood that Thomas had another wife after
Tillah named Sarah Harrison from which they derive their lineage. Benjamin King, youngest son
of Thomas and Sarah born in Louisa Co. Virginia on 11 Sep 1767 was almost certainly born at
Meadow Wood. 
King, Thomas 3rd (I654)
 
238 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy.
Louisa County, Virginia, Deed Books A and B, 1742-1759, 1976
Deed is for the sale of land in 1751 by Thomas and Sarah that was purchased in 1747.
Deed Book A page 69: This deed shows that Thomas and Sarah King purchased a tract of Land
28 Oct 1747 and sold it 16 Oct 1751 acknowledged by Thomas King. Sarah, his wife declared
her consent. 
Sackville, Sarah (I655)
 
239 A L Lousberg: Our Family Legacy. Family Bible owned by Mrs W.A,Sexton 717 E Ave Coronado,
California (1960). Cemetary Record: USGenWeb
Samuel is also said to have been born 22 Dec 1812 in Germany. 
Cooper, Samuel William (I485)
 
240 A M Burke: Vol 1: 292 Stephens, Sir Edward (I3458)
 
241 A M Burke: Vol 1: 292 Stephens, John (I3459)
 
242 A M Burke: Vol 1: 292 Stephens, Mary (I3461)
 
243 A M Burke: Vol 1: 292 Stephens, Nathaniel (I3462)
 
244 A M Burke: Vol 1: 292 Stephens, Anne Elizabeth (I3460)
 
245 A Mary Adams (WVD5-W9) was born 29 Oct 1664 @ Chelmsford and it is claimed she married Mr
Cooper Abt 1683 in Massachussetts (see 12DB-VS7) 
Adams, Mary (I34328)
 
246 A Mary E Sessions md Joseph Graham 30 July 1856 in De Witt, Illinois and had the folowing
children:
Charles Allen Graham B. 30 Aug 1857 D. 1931
Edward Graham B. 1862 D. 1952
Leota Graham B. D. 1932
Samuel Hart Graham B. 18 Apr 1867 D. 1935
Arthur Graham B. D. 1929
Dayton Graham B. D.

A Mary Ann Sessions md William Henry Oaks 16 Nov 1869 (1871) SLC or Wayne Illinois and had :
William Henry Oaks B. 1 Jul 1878 Heber,Wasatch, Utah

The Mary sessions here listed as having died young may have been one or both of the preceding
Marriages or neither of them. The circumstantial evidence seem to lead one to the conclusion
that both of the marriages are to the same Mary and that she did not die young.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, under the reference for Richard Sessions P 1154 shows
Mary as dead and indicates no husband. 
Sessions, Mary (I12089)
 
247 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25566)
 
248 A Nun Monington, Margaret (I44775)
 
249 A Nun at Deptford FitzHugh, Lucy (I1881)
 
250 A satisfactory parentage for George Partridge of Duxbury has not yet been found.
Georges Will was written 26 Jun 1682 and an Inventory 10 Oct 1695, his death occurring between
those dates. George came to America from Kent,England and was in Duxbury,Massachussetts
in1635. 
Partridge, George (I1912)
 

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