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1  Poor, Alice M. (I463)
 
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1870 Census Manheim
Christian Buch 35 works on RR
Amanda 32
Lizzie 8
Monroe 6
Ida 3
Mary 1

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same page:

David Buch 26 day laborer
Maria 23
John 6
David 4
Fianna 1
Annie 4/12
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and:

John Buch 69 farmer
Annie 67 keeping house (prob. Hannah)

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ALL born in Pennsylvania in 1870 census

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found in 1850 Penn, Lancaster, Pa. census as Christian Buck, 46. Living w/ folks and brother David. CLEARLY a 16 and not a 46 next to his name. K is definitely an h - looking at other names on the page - Brubaker, etc. for the k.
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found him under Christ Buch in Manheim in 1860 
BUCH, CHRISTIAN (I35)
 
3 "After James' death, Mary came to Tenn with her six children, accompaniedby her brother, Edward Holmes. They settled in White County, where shedied at the home of her son, Dabner." HOLMES, MARY (POLLY) (I1498)
 
4 "Billy" Thistlethwaite, William Joseph (I1082)
 
5 "Chester and Delaware Counties" by Cope and Ashmead says that Thomas wasa cousin of Sen. MSQ. If that's true then Joseph and William musttherefore be brothers. Quay, Thomas (I2296)
 
6 "Frank" Thistlethwaite, Francis Nelson (I1083)
 
7 "James was a brave soldier in the War of 1812 and died in Morfolk, VAabout 1821 from woulnds received in the Battle of New Orleans"

Battle of New Orleans was in 1814-15

Heritage of White County #942 Baker Family 
BAKER, JAMES (I1497)
 
8 "Pappy George"

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described as medium height, medium build, blue eyes, light hair -WW1reg. card 
GRIZZLE, GEORGE SWANN (I95)
 
9 (served in the House of Representatives 1885-1887)

despite some inconsistencies, we found James L. and Louisa married in 1850 
MILLER, JAMES LEE (I1226)
 
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around 70 Joys in Wahington County, Lubec, East Port, Robbinston
Benjamin Joy w/ tons of folks at his house in Hancock Co in 1790 - SamuelJoy on same page
John Joy and Samuel Joy in Gouldsborough Town, Hancock County 1790 census
Samuel and Ephraim found 1790 Maine Census--York, York County
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Luther Poor in 1800 census of Hancock Co. Canaan (Back Settlement ofDucktrap
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Margaret Carter, 6 Congress St. #405, Belfast, ME 04915 Tel: (207)338-5962
prof. genealogist
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On page 22 of Marriage Records of Waldo County Prior to 1892 is this entry (quoted verbatim):

"Benjamin J. Poor of Belmont and Eliza Hemenway of Searsmont were marriedin Searsmont Feby. 16, 1837 by Caleb Mugford"

record in Belmont census 1850 and 1860 but not 1870 or 1880

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possible relatives;

Benjamin POOR
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 6 Jan 1727
Rowley, Essex, Massachusetts

Parents:
Father: Benjamin POOR
Mother: Elizabeth

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Benjamin POOR (brother of Ebenezer, m. to Susannah Varnum)
Sex: M

Event(s): (SAYS OF BELFAST< NOT BORN IN!!!) came from LDS
Birth: 15 Sep 1760
Of Belfast, Maine

Parents:
Father: Benjamin POOR married 1 Feb 1752 Andover, Essex, Massachusettsor Dracut - this Ben could be Hannah Morse's son
Mother: Phebe VARNUM
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Benjamin POOR
Sex: M

Event(s):
Christening: 5 Feb 1792
Andover, Essex, Massachusetts

Parents:
Father: Benjamin POOR
Mother: Joanna


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Benjamin POOR
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 15 Sep 1760
Andover, Essex, Massachusetts

Parents:
Father: Benjamin POOR
Mother: Phebe

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Benjamin POOR
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 2 Feb 1792
Civil, Hallowell, Kennebec, Maine

Parents:
Father: Benjamin POOR
Mother: Joanna BACHELDER
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Benjamin POOR
Sex: M

Event(s):
Birth: 20 Nov 1759
Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts

Parents:
Father: Benjamin POOR marr. 1 Jun 1749 Haverhill, Essex,Massachusetts - this Ben could be Hannah Morse's son
Mother: Sarah BRADLEY

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MORE CLUES:

Elizabeth Morse
Birth: 11 August 1702-- , Newbury, MA
Death:
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Spouse: Joseph Poor
Parents: Joseph Morse & Joanna CHASE

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Hannah Morse
Birth: 19 February 1681-- , Newbury, MA
Married: Sep 1705
Spouse: Samuel Poor, Jr. - his parents Samuel Poor and Rachel Bailey

Parents: Benjamin Morse, Ruth Bitford Sawyer

She and Samuel had:
JOHN POOR 1709
HANNAH POOR 1714
ELEANOR POOR 1716
RUTH POOR 1718
RACHEL POOR 1721?
REBECCA POOR 1721?
BENJAMIN POOR 25 AUG 1723
MARY POOR 23 MAR 1725


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from a posting by Travis Miscia:

I don't know the children for Benjamin & Peobe either, but I can nameone of the children of his brother, Ebenezer. Ebenezer married SusannahVarnum, Phebe's sister, and also moved to Maine. He probably had morechildren, but the one son I have for him was Sylvanus Poor, b. 1808, m.Mary Merill. Sylvanus was the grandfather of Henry Varnum Poor, who isfamous in the railroad industry.

Benjamin and Ebenezer were sons of Samuel Poor and Deborah Kimball,Samuel being a grandson of Daniel of Andover. I'll see what I can findon the other Benjamin.

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and another:

I've just found the children of Benjamin & Phebe. They are:
Phebe Poor, b. 24 Jun 1754
Patty Poor, b. 23 Dec 1758
Benjamin Poor, b. 15 Sep 1760, m. Joanna Batchelder
Patty Poor, b. 24 Feb 1765
Samuel Poor, b. 30 May 1767 m. Ann Moody Merill
James Poor, b. 13 Dec 1769 m. Nancy Johnson
Dorothy Poor, b. 2 Feb 1722

Here are the male children of his brother, Ebenezer Poor:
Ebenzer Poor II, b. 4 Jan 1758, died young
Ebenezer Poor II, b. 28 Oct 1765, m. (1)Lucy Wasson and (2)BetseyStevens, died in Andover, ME
Sylvanus Poor, b. 7 Mar 1768 m. Mary Merill
William Poor, b. 3 Aug 1770, died young
William Poor, b. 5 Sep 1776 m. Susan Farrington

It seems most likely that Benjamin Joy Poor was a great-grandson ofeither Benjamin or Ebenezer. Benjamin II and Joanna Batchelder hadanother son Benjamin, born Feb. 2 1794. Samuel and Anna Merill had ason Benjamin born Sept. 26, 1804. 
POOR, BENJAMIN JOY (I207)
 
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Definitely had only 2 kids - 1900 census says so

1910 Philadelphia city directory has Martha, widow of Jno (John) at 727N. 39th
confirmed in census, but she's living alone

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in 24th ward I think - maybe
District 507 Philadelphia city, Ward 24; Division 17. Bounded by: Aspen,38th, Fairmount Ave., Union - yes, but the page is missing in Ancestry!

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found her buried in Mt. Moriah cemetery at 62nd and Kingsessing inPhiladelphia
she is buried with her daughter Alma and son-in-law Joseph MacFarland

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sent for her cert. of death on 4/15/05 - rec. 5/1 
Quay, Martha June (I2183)
 
12 013-05-2950 SS# Born in Augusta?

Charles' mother was divorced by his father, and he remarried very shortlyafterwards. Apparently Charles B. sided more with his mother and he andhis father never got on very well after that. His mother died in just afew years and lived within a block or two of the father and the new Mrs.Poor.

Rena seemed to be very well liked by many, despite these hard feelings. 
POOR, CHARLES BENJAMIN (I79)
 
13 10 kids - 8 living in 1900 - Census Smith, Mary (I1994)
 
14 14th ward in brooklyn in 1870 - Wm and Cornelia(!) with kids William, George and Emma, dates right, births right - it’s them
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1900 census with Wm.D son (Mary - d. in law) and Emma E. daughter
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1860 I think I found her in B’lyn with mother Elizabeth, sisters Ann and Isabella (married to Patrick Peters)
Helen was a cap sewer! - YEP - definitely, as Isabella Peters is living next door to her sister Helen Adams in the 1870 census
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In 1870 census Wm. Adams wife listed as Cornelia!! In 1880 and 1900 listed as Helena and Helenia, respectively. 1900 says that she had 4 live births and all were living so I think it's all the same woman. Same age, born in Ireland.

14th ward in 1870 census

Brooklyn Eagle on 10/19/1900 had real estate on Oceanic Ave to W. 37th stgoing to a Helena G. Adams

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from New York City Death Index
Surname Given Name Age Month Day Year CertificateNumber County Soundex
Adams Helena G 63 y Oct 20 1906 20581 Kings A352

applied for this on Feb 9, 2005 - got it March 14

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undertaker George W. Hamilton, 216 Bedford Ave.

buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Brooklyn
Prospect Hill section - lot # 166
1629 Bushwick Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207-1849
(718) 455-5300

died of Chronic Diffuse Nephritis

buried with

date of burial
husband John Adams 51 11/11/1893
son William D. Adams 61 10/16/1925
d-in-law Mary Jane M. Adams 85 8/15/1949
Mary's sister? Ida G. Moore 84 7/21/1949
Wm & Mary's daughter Helen 12 12/23/1902
?? William R. Adams 43 11/6/1947 
DUNLOP, HELENA G. (I1073)
 
15 14th ward in brooklyn in 1870 - Wm and Cornelia(!) with kids William, George and Emma, dates right, births right - it’s them
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William J. Adams - carman - in 1875 Brooklyn directory
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both parents born in Ireland according to his death certificate

Both Dunlop and Adams surnames are very heavily concentrated in the north of Ireland - explains that no one was Catholic

HE IS LISTED AS A CITIZEN IN 1892 CENSUS, BUT WIFE IS ALIEN - NATURALIZATION PAPERS!!
may have found those
Also, he is poss. a witness, living at 98 Hester St. Brooklyn in 1864
ORRRR... 81 Schermerhorn St. Brooklyn as another witness in 1882
DEFINITELY witnessed Patrick Boyle’s as he is listed at 105 Marcy Ave in 1887
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in 1920 NJ census his son reports his birth as NJ, but this seems unlikely

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living also with John W. Adams and George Adams in 1888-1890 BrooklynCity directories

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MARCY AVENUE


Marcy Ave. was named for William Learned MARCY,
Captain in the War of 1812, Secretary of War, 1845-49 ,
Secretary of State, 1853-57., and Governor of NY 1833-39.

Includes since 1885 Eighth St., Williamsburgh.
Eighth St.opened,1852 from Division Ave. to Metropolitan Ave.
Marcy Ave.opened,1856 from B'dway to Scholes & Remsen estates &
In 1861 from Lorimer to DeKalb & from Lexington Ave.to Halsey.

YOUNG & Co, pianos & organs, #33.

The Central Baptist Church of Williamsburgh, cor. of South 5th St.,
the building is now a synagogue.

A Carnegie Branch Library b/w Division & Rodney, opened Jan.27,1905.

The cornerstone for the Eastern District High School at Keap St.
was laid June 26, 1906. It was opened on Feb.3,1908.

John McQUADE & Co., paints,# 416.
Nat'L Smelting & Refining Works, # 419.

MOLLER & SCHUMANN,
varnish manuf., Flushing Ave.

The RAPPELYEA stone house stood on
Cripplebush Rd. near the Wallabout Rd. When Floyd St. was
cut through, the house had to be taken down. Jeremiah J. RAPPELYEA
was born in the house in 1813.
Henry BOERUM purchased in 1828 a part of the
RAPPELYEA farm and built in 1868 the house at #153 Nostrand Ave,
at the corner of Vernon Ave. for his daughter,
Mrs. Susan VANDERVEER.
This house was taken down in recent years to make room for an
apartment house. Jeremiah J. RAPPELYEA helped form the
Washington Horse Company of which he was made First Lieutenant.

WILDE'S Tavern at Marcy & Gates, 1860's,
kept by James T. WILDE.

Bernard SHARKEY, matting, #48.
Samuel PARKS, #148.
Pauline A. Van CAUTEREN, teacher of languages, #329.
Charles L. SCHMIDT, oil manuf., #464.
Herman VONGELS', worsted & merino goods, #476.
HORN & LEHMAN, printers, #507.
D.H. CHASE, musical instruments, # 669.
TERRY & CLARK, livery stables, #675.
William S. SEARING, livery stables, #689.
Edward C. HERVEY, livery stables, near Gates Ave.
The SEWARD Republican Club, was in 1905 at #625 Marcy.
PARKER'S Cafe was at DeKalb Ave.

Albert T.PALL, estab. his undertaker business
in 1869, at #731-735., he was sexton of the Marcy Ave. Baptist Church.

Horse cars were operated on Marcy Ave. from Flushing to Myrtle and
down to Fulton Ferry.
George SWAN was foreman for this line. 
ADAMS, JOHN WILLIAM (I862)
 
16 1720 was birth date given by Loretta INglis HENNESSEE, PATRICK SAMUEL (I1035)
 
17 181-07-7743 Fink, Samuel E. (I1691)
 
18 1815
4th & Broome

1818
Arundle & Delancey

GONE til 1841************
1841-45
454 Water St.

Broome & Canon
97 Bowery
117 Chrystie
62 Orchard
136 Mott

1849-1858
140 Mott

gone 
REHORN, Christian (I905)
 
19 1850 POOR HANNAH C. Washington County ME 099 Robinston 1850Federal Census Index MES6a2293834 POOR, Hannah C. (I947)
 
20 1861 in Conn. cause Ida born there in 1861 s.1880 census
1865 must have been in White Plains cause Joshua P. born there -according to census, although Gram said Josh born in 1860
in 1870 census in Harrison
1884 living in Harrison according to the probate papers



check out Hinshaw, William Wade, Encyclopedia of American QuakerGenealogy, - Vol. III (NY). Ann Arbor, MI, 1940, pg. 305.

[155194] [SOURCE] Ancestry.com Dutchess County, New York Quaker Records.[database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Electronic reproductionof Cox, John, Jr., comp. Quaker Records: Nine-Partners Monthly Meeting,Dutchess Co., N.Y.

[25635] [S601493] Abstracts of Wills (NY), Vol. VIII, 1771-1776

AUTHOR: The New York Historical Society
PUBLICATION: NY: 1899
REPOSITORY:
CALL NUMBER:
[NS6014933] www.Genealogy Library.com
PAGE: pg. 310 
SUTTON, ALBERT (I85)
 
21 1880 census lists Lewisy E. as wife but 1900 census lists George W. andMariah again! E., Lewisy (I127)
 
22 1880 he is gone from Crocket's Directory of Clergy

The church he was Vicar of in Farnworth is:
St. John the Evangelist
Church St.
Bolton
Greater Manchester
BL4 8AQ
England 
BURNS, Rev. WILLIAM (I467)
 
23 1890 Philadelphia City Directory
Name: Massey Alma
Profession: stenographer
Address: 514 Walnut, h Camden

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1930 residence looks like an apt. building 10 families or so living there

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that address looks to be in the 46th ward in 1920

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entered Masonic home on 8/9/1957 as per their records

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ordered Alma's death certificate from the Pennsylvania Vital Records on3/13/05, now that I have her exact date of death

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spelled Alna MacFarland in 1920 census

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according to her death certificate, she is buried in
Mount Moriah Cemetery
62nd & Kingsessing Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19142
215-729-1295

R.R. Bringhurst Funeral Home
2000 Walnut St. Philadelphia

Section 124, Lot 50 NW 1/4

I found the plot - she didn't have a headstone but her husband and motherwere there and they did 
Massey, Almeda (I899)
 
24 1900 census 2 births one living
1910 census 7 births 6 living 
Clauser, Florence M. (I104)
 
25 1900 census says she has had NO children!!

2 wives?

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listed as Mary Jane Adams on Evergreen Cemetery Index
listed as Mary in 1900 census with implied birth year of 1870
listed as Mary M. Adams on gravestone
listed as Mary Ann in 1940 census - could be Margaret!!
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living in 1930 with both her sons in Montclair NJ

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her headstone is the only thing that gives an 1864 birth, all other records imply around 1869-1870 
M., Mary Jane (I1374)
 
26 1910 census says she had 5 kids and 4 were then living Reamer, Ida Bell (I46)
 
27 1910 three kids, all living

In 1930 lived literally next door to sister Ruth's family! 
Welcomer, Grace E. (I8)
 
28 2 kids possibly went to Ohio - John (Jack) P. b.1907 and Mary E. b.1913- NOT HIS - his Mary E. still with him in 1930 when the other is in Ohio Welcomer, Harvey E. (I18)
 
29 2 children 1 living in 1900

1880 census under the name Locher

1870 Blocher 
Welcomer, Sarah A. (I5)
 
30 2 children born and alive in the 1900 census - also listed as widowed Poor, Emeline H. (I209)
 
31 2 spouses? Quay, Mary Ann (I1166)
 
32 28 Greenleaf St. Augusta when he died

pianted the lower glass of the Brewster and Ingraham's Gothic clock

described as medium build, medium height, gray eyes, gray hair - ww1reg. card 
POOR, CHARLES WALTER (I191)
 
33 6 kids - 4 living in 1910 Deery, Lillian G. (I1916)
 
34 6 month illness [obit] - Member of Manheim VFW Post 5956 and GermaniaBand Club [obit] Fink, Robert E. (I53)
 
35 6209 Radford Ave.
N. Hollywood, Ca. 91606 
Johnson, Robert M. (I1661)
 
36 743 Mason Ave, Drexel Hill
was address listed on the death record from Fernwood Cemetary
Mom said this was uncle Gene's

Mom has birth year as 1896

philly pen & pencil club

went to u of p

named CHS cause someone promised 10,000 if he was named after him-nevergot it

806 S. 55th St. Philadelphia listed as place of his wedding - whose house?

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buried in Fernwood 6501 Baltimore Ave Landsdowne
lot 8 range 13 section 30 north side grave
with parents - just the 3 of them, mother, father and son

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described as medium height, slender build, brown hair, brown eyes on WW1reg. card

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death was in the paper in philly and west chester 
MASSEY, CHARLES HENRY STANTON (I8)
 
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Here's an entry from "John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America 1732-1990"on Dorothy J Massey and Seth Candee:

Dorothy Jenkins Massey, daughter of F. Brinton and Fannie (Jenkins)Massey,
was born in Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and grew to womanhood in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr Seth Wilson Candee had been a graduate of
Yale University, and had served in the United States service during WorldWar
I, having been overseas for two years during that war. He fought some ofthe
battles in France where he had seen his buddy, a class mate of his, killed
right at his side.
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had already spent 3 months in artillery camp as of 6/ 1917 - WW1 reg.card

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Candee, Seth Wilson (I183)
 
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Here's an entry from "John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America 1732-1990"on Dorothy J Massey and Seth Candee:

Dorothy Jenkins Massey, daughter of F. Brinton and Fannie (Jenkins)Massey,
was born in Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and grew to womanhood in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr Seth Wilson Candee had been a graduate of
Yale University, and had served in the United States service during WorldWar
I, having been overseas for two years during that war. He fought some ofthe
battles in France where he had seen his buddy, a class mate of his, killed
right at his side.
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Massey, Dorothy J. (I181)
 
39 Accidental Illumating Gas Poisiong while at work at New Way Dry Cleaners Fink, David Franklin (I548)
 
40 Acute Coronary Thrombosis, Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease( Diabetes Mellitus) Schiding, George Lewis (I542)
 
41 Addresses from DAR records

130a South 48th St.
Philadelphia, Pa.

4923 Hazel Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa.

lived in Plainfield, NJ with her daughter Dot till death

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Here's the excerpt from"John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America1732-1990" under Fannie Mae Jenkins and F. Brinton
Massey:

Fannie Mae Jenkins, daughter of Oscar Douglas and Rebecca (Reed) Jenkins,was
born in Pottsville, Schuykill County, Pennsylvania, and after hermarriage to
Mr. Massey they moved to Philadelphia, Penna., where Mrs Massey taught inthe
public schools as well as other section of the country. At one time, they
had lived in Los Angeles, California, and from there they moved toMilwaukee,
Wisconsin where she also had taught in the schools and where they madetheir
home for several years.
Mrs Massey had been a genealogist and had traced five branches of herfamily,
and was well versed in the Dreibelbis family, claiming they had come from
Dalmatia, and then had lived in Switzerland from 1602 to the time thatthey
moved to Hassloch, Germany. She had been a member of the D.A.R.

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spelling of middle name Mai on marriage license

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buried in Fernwood
lot 8 range 13 section 30 north side grave
just the 3 of them, mother, father and son 
JENKINS, FANNIE MAE (I23)
 
42 After Benjamin's death, Elzina moved to Searsmont and lived with Lorina until his son died in 1899. Then she moved to Belfast and lived with her daughter Sarah Coombs.[Obits. from Searsmont and Belfast Papers]

spelled Hemenway in the mormon site marriage record

spelled Alzina in the 1850 Belmont Maine census

spelled Hemmingway in IGI record of her birth
also in this record, Union, Knox county given as birth place

under Alvina in the 1880 census w/ Loimer in Searsmont 
HEMENWAY, ALZINA WALCOTT (I208)
 
43 After their father's death, Emily, Mary Alice and Katherine had title to and held an undivided interest in a tract of land containing some threehundred eight six and a half acres in District No. 8, White Co., Tenn.The three sisters partitioned among themselves the land left by theirfather as shown by warranty deed dated Sep. 1, 1883. By the mid 1800s,Henry Lyda and Gideon Lyda had moved west with their families. Theysettled in Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma. William Lyda remained in WhiteCo. where many of his descendants still live today. LYDA, EMILY (I1115)
 
44 Age 83-5-14 Fettrow, Sarah (I648)
 
45 age on marriage certificate in 1914 says 20, but more reliably, the 1900census gives her birth as July 1896 Welcomer, Edith E. (I934)
 
46 aged 51 in 1850 census and 63 in 1860, birth date between 1797-1799 Quay, John (I1)
 
47 ALL DIED CLOSE TOGETHER ????

Henry Welcomer d. March 9, 1866

his brothers:

Eli Welcomer d. March 16, 1866
William Welcomer d. March 17, 1866

his sister (marr.):

Leah ( Welcomer ) Weigel d. July 25, 1866

and her husband:

Leander Weigel d. June 29, 1866


Died of Typhus along with brother William, source is the Mennonite Heraldof Truth - May 1866 - 
Welcomer, Eli (I912)
 
48 ALL DIED CLOSE TOGETHER ????

Henry Welcomer d. March 9, 1866

his brothers:

Eli Welcomer d. March 16, 1866
William Welcomer d. March 17, 1866

his sister (marr.):

Leah ( Welcomer ) Weigel d. July 25, 1866

and her husband:

Leander Weigel d. June 29, 1866

one record says that cause of death was typhoid fever 
Welcomer, William (I911)
 
49 ALL DIED CLOSE TOGETHER ????

Henry Welcomer d. March 9, 1866

his brothers:

Eli Welcomer d. March 16, 1866
William Welcomer d. March 17, 1866

his sister (marr.):

Leah ( Welcomer ) Weigel d. July 25, 1866

and her husband:

Leander Weigel d. June 29, 1866 
Weigel, Leander Luther (I914)
 
50 ALL DIED CLOSE TOGETHER ????

Henry Welcomer d. March 9, 1866

his brothers:

Eli Welcomer d. March 16, 1866
William Welcomer d. March 17, 1866

his sister (marr.):

Leah ( Welcomer ) Weigel d. July 25, 1866

and her husband:

Leander Weigel d. June 29, 1866 
Welcomer, Leah (I908)
 

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