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151 Benjamin HEMINGWAY, ME
Joshua | Sylvanus | Josiah
WILSON, ME

I'm interested in corresponding with others researchingHemenways/Hemingways of the area that became Waldo and Knox Counties inMaine. I descend from Benjamin, who married Abigail Wilson at Camden,Jan. 1814. I believe others at Camden and Searsmont (Joshua, Sylvanus,and Josiah) were his brothers. All present in 1850 Census.

Contact: Ken Rockwell , 732 6th Ave. , Salt Lake City, UT 84103krockwel@library.utah.edu
submitted 29 Sep 1997

[Note from mm: Benjamin was probably the son of Thomas (Silvenas, JoshuaJr., Joshua, Joshua, Ralph) b. Feb 18, 1753; Private, Mass; d. February6, 1847; m. Elizabeth ...; children born in Royalston, Mass: Joshua b.1777 | Betsey (STOCKWELL) b. 1799 | John b. 1781 m. Hettie GLEASON, d.Maine | Thomas b. 1783 | Luther and Sally b. 1785 | Silvenas b. 1788 |Calvin and Joseph b. 1790 | Benjamin b. 1793 | Josiah b. 1796] 
SYLVANUS HEMMINGWAY
 
152 seems to not be married in 1918, nearset rel. listed as mother Grover Cleveland Hennessee
 
153 Hennessee, Hamilton D CWVQ,CSR,Pension Mortimer
From Warren Co. Enlisted 3/8/63 at Tullahoma Tn. Was wounded twice. Stayed
with two aunts near Dalton Ga. After Franklin went home and had pluresy.
Captured by some of his own regiment that went over to the Yankees. Saysat
Jonesboro Ga. his Company had only 2 officers and 4 privates. Says his
brother, Lt. J.P.A. Hennessee, was wounded at Murfreesboro and Atlanta. At
battle of Jonesboro Ga. was barefoot and had blood blisters on bottom of
feet. There is a Hennessee Cemetery in Warren Co. Pension #13623 filed
7/6/1912 accepted. Living in Cannon Co. Born in Warren Co. in 1845.Wounded
at Chickamauga and Jonesboro Ga. Said he took the Oath in 2/65 after being
threatened, and was in bed sick with pleursey. Had wife and four children.
Wounded in two places in his leg at Chickamauga. H.W. Blanks stated thathe
was wounded between him and his brother. Left service 12/13/64. Stated he
had permission to go home from Capt. York after Franklin to recuperate and
gather recruits. Youngest son of the family. His sister lost her husbandin
the war. "We followed our torn and tattered banner through every battle
which it floated" Widow's pensiom #9600 filed 7/19/1929 accepted. Married
11/14/1878. Her maiden name was Cora Miller, born in Warren Co. in 1857.He
died 3/17/1929 at McMinnville. Had four children. Lived 2.5 milesnortheast
of McMinnville with her son Grover. Her father was J.L. Miller. She died
12/15/1940. A Mrs. Lela Grizzle of Smithville was the administrator of her
will (probably her daughter).


this came from Wiinky - he got it from Loretta Inglis 
HAMILTON MORTIMER HENNESSEE
 
154 Hennessee,J.P.A. Pvt.Lt. D CSR,Head
Enlisted 7/31/61. Promoted to 2nd Lt. 5/8/62. Was in hospital in Macon Ga.
in 9/64. Furloughed 10/31/64. From Warren Co. Wounded slightly at
Murfreesboro. Wounded at Atlanta according to another Hennessee.

from Winky via Loretta Inglis 
James Patrick Alexander Hennessee
 
155 honeymoon baby LELA HENNESSEE
 
156 1720 was birth date given by Loretta INglis PATRICK SAMUEL HENNESSEE
 
157 in 1900 she has 8 kids and 7 are living. Living are Adam, George, ThomasBelva
in 1910 she has 12 (!) kids but still only 7 are living

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from Illinois death index
Last Name First Name Middle Name Sex/Race Age Cert #Death Date County City Date Filed
WELCOME SUSAN F/W UNK0026392 1916-11-28 MCHENRY DORR TWP 16-11-29 
Susan Henry
 
158 David Hilton
Born: 11 Feb 1725, Armagh, Ireland
Marriage: Elisabeth Eib 6 Dec 1747, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA 1
Died: After 1770, Lancaster Co., PA

General Notes:

I have made the assumption that Edward's Son is this David based on:

1) Edward's Will lists two grand children Elisabeth and Edward, both ofwhom are names of David's older children, althought why he would notbequeath anything to the oldest son, I don't know, althought the secondson is named after him and the older son may have died or no longer beenliving at home.

2) Both Hilton's were located in Warwick Twp.

Lancaster County Deed A-3-348
David Hilton
to
Christian Lambach

KNOW ALL MEN by these present that I david
Hilton of Warwick Township and County of Lancaster and Province ofPennsylvania Yeoman for and in Consideration of One hundred an thirtyPounds payd to me in Hand and secured to be payd by the Hand of ChristianLambagh of the same Place do hereby sell and make over unto saidChristian Lambagh a certain Tract or Piece of Land or Improvement situateand leying in the Township of Warwick an County and Provance aforesaidadjoining John Longenacer + Christian Fredreick and I do by thesePresents release relinquish and forever quit Claim Rights + Title to saidLands and Profess unto Christian Lambagh Together with all Rights andPropertys thereunto belonging with all Buildings Houses Barns Stables andOut houses Orchards Fenses Swamps Medews Waters and Water Corses Woodsand underwoods It being surveyed to Andrew Eip on Warrant bearing DateJanuary the 7, 1749. I do hereby transfer said Lands + Premises unto thesaid Christian Lambagh and to his Heirs and assigns forever. To have andto hold and to his or thier proper use. I do warrt nd defend saidPremises from all Persons whatsoever laying Rights or Title thereunto theHonorable Propetors only exepted. As Witness my Hand and Seal this firstDay of February One thousand
Seven hundred and sixty four it being made over the me the fifth Day ofNovember one thousand seven hundred and fifty seven.
DAVID HILTON
Signed Sealed + delivered in Presents of us.
Lancaster County. ss Before me the Subscriber one of the Justices of theCourt of Common Pleas for said County personally appeared Peter Huber oneof the Subscribing Witnesses to thewithin Instrument of Writing and onhis Solmn Affirmation did declare
and say that he was present and saw and heard David Hilton the Grantortherein named sigh seal and deliver the same to and for the uses andPurporses therein mentioned and that the Name Peter Huber subscribedthereunto as a Witness is the proper Hand Writing of him the said PeteHuber and further saith not.
Witness my Hand and seal this 25th Day of April 1785
James Jacks
-- Recorded the 25th day of April 1785.
James Jacks Recorder


Events:

ï Occupation: Farmer.

ï Deed, 5 Nov 1757, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. 2 CC-2-327 Landin Warwick Twp from Andrew Eib

ï Deed, 1 Feb 1764, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. 3 A-3-348 fromDavid Hilton to Christian Lambaugh

ï Tax roll, 1769, Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA. 4 Listed as DavidHILDON


David married Elisabeth Eib, daughter of Andrew Eib and Unknown, on 6 Dec1747 in Warwick Township, Lancaster Co., PA.1 (Elisabeth Eib was bornabout 1726 in Baden, Durlach, Germany 5, died on 20 Jul 1811 in Manheim,Lancaster Co., PA 5 and was buried in Manheim, Lancaster Co., PA.)

Marriage Notes:

Also the Vol 4 book:

pg 115: "A catalog, made in 1765 (and updated through 1771), of all thecommunicant members of hte Moravian congregation at Lititz, giving foreach person the name, arrival date here at Lititz, where they came from,and any subsequent departure."

pg 120:
72. David Hilton, b. 11 Feb 1725 at Armagh, Ireland.
73. Elisabeth NËe Eib(in). b. 1731 at Durlach [Germany]
He was accepted 1752 at Warwick; confirmed 1754; admitted 1764 tocommunion. She was admitted 1758 to communion.
Their Ch: 150, 219, 233, 242, 245, 303, 361

pg 125:
150 David Hilton, b. 8 Jul 1751, of Parents No. 72&73. (No longer active.)

pg 129:
219. Edward Hilton, b. 16 Sep 1753 (Parents. No. 72&73). No longer active.

pg 130:
233. Joseph Hilton, b. 19 Mar 1758. Warwick Township (Parents No. 72&73).
245. George Hilton, b. 26 Jan 1762, Warwick Towhship (Parents No. 72&73).

pg. 132:
303. Cathar. Magdal. Hilton, b. 30 Jun 1764, Warwick Township (ParentsNo. 72&73).

pg. 136:
361. Johannes Hilton, b. 11 Apr 1767 Warwick Township (Parents No.72&73). He dien 3 May 1767. 6



Sources

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1 F. Edward Wright, Lancaster Conty, Pennsylvania Church Records of the18th Century, Volume 4, (Willow Bend Books, Westmister, Maryland - 2000),pg 26. 2 Dec 1747, David Hilton m. Elis. Eib(in).

2 Andrew Eip - David Hilton.

3 David Hilton - Christian Lambaugh Deed Deed Book CC 327-328.

4 Gary T. Hawbaker and Clyde L. Groff, A New Index - Lancaster County,Pennsylvania Before the Federal Census - Volume 5 - Index to the 1770 TaxRecords, (Copyright 1989 by Gary T Hawbaker; PO Box 207 Hershey, PA17033), pg 79.

5 The Moravian Congregation, Lititz.

6 F. Edward Wright, Lancaster Conty, Pennsylvania Church Records of the18th Century, Volume 4, (Willow Bend Books, Westmister, Maryland - 2000).Please contact me at "carl @ ecmm . biz" (remove spaces) 
DAVID HILTON
 
159 LANCASTER COUNTY ORPHAN's COURT RECORDS Volume 1822-1825 Page 384 17
November 1824 EDWARD Hilton dec'd, On the petition of Jacob Gibbel &
Michael Ritter, Administrators of Edward Hilton late of Warwick Township
dec'd (Cooper) who died intestate, "Setting forth" That the said
intestate left issue five children, to wit, Elizabeth, now wife of
Jacob Butler, Barbara, the wife of Jacob Gobbel one of the
petitioners, David, Maria & Catharin, the two last named of whom are
yet in their minority, Feronica [sic] who had been married with Isaac
Kaufman, but is now dec'd, another daughter of said intestate. That
the personal estate of the said intestate is insufficient for the
payment of his debts as by the account answered to the petition
appears. And that the said intestate died seized in his demesne as of
Fee of + in a certain messuage or small house & ten acres of land with
the appurtenances, for the payment of the debts and maintenance &
education of the minor children of the said intestate. To the truth
of the facts above stated said, Administrators were duly affirmed. It
is Ordered by the Court that the Administrators aforesaid do on
Tuesday the 14th day of december next expose said Real Estate to Sale
by public vendue or outcry, on the Premises. Terms Cash on the 1st
day of April 1825. That due & legal notice be given ot the time &
place of said sale, + that report of said proceedings be made to this
Court on the 3d Monday oin December next (20th).
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Page 810 December 1824 21st EDWARD Hilton dec'd, Order of sale
continued to the Orphan's Court in March 1825.
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VOLUME 1825-1828 Page 39 August 1825 EDWARD Hilton dec'd. Order of
sale continued to next Orphans Court.
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Page 55 19 September 1825 EDWARD Hilton dec'd; Pursuant to an Order
of this Court of the 17th day of November 1824 & the several
continuences therof Directing Jacob Gibbel & Michael Ritter,
Administrators of Edward Hilton late of Warwick township dec'd to
expose to public sale the Real Estate of said dec'd, considering of +
in a certain messuage of Small House + tract of Gravel land containing
about ten acres of land more or less with the appurtenances, situall
in Warwick Township aforesaid on Saturday the 10th day of September
1825 at 2 O'clock P.M. on the Premises, Terms Cash -- "Said
Administrators now report", that they did in pursuance of the said
Order of Court expose the lands + premises therein mentioned to Sale
by public venue on the premises in the Township of Warwick on Saturday
the 10th inst. having been given due public & timely notice of the
time & place of said sale agreeable to the directions there of , +
sold the same to David Eicholtz of & for the sum of Five hundred &
thirty one dollars lawful money, he being the highest & best bidder +
that the highest + best price bidden for the same, Which reports being
reached. The Courts confirmed the Sale + the premises sold to the
said David Eicholtz his heirs + assigns forever in fee as fully as the
said intestate had + held in the same immediately before + at the time
of his death Subject liable to the payment of purchase money agreeable
to the terms. prescribed by the Court in their said Order of Sale.
Jacob Gibbel Tent in $1062.00 | to the Common.th of Penn
Michael Retter Tent in $1062.00 > For use of all persons
interested Abraham Gibbel Tent in $1062.00 | In the estate of
the said dec'd
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page 181 26 June 1826 EDWARD Hilton dec'd. Jacob Gibbel + Michael
Ritter Administrators of Edward Hilton Late of Warwick Township dec'd,
Having stated + filed in the Registers Office, at Lancaster, the
Administration Account on the estate of the said dec'd + legal notices
thereto having been given by the said Register, the same in now
produced to the Court for confirmation whereby it appears, that the
said account was duly passed by the said Register + that ther remains
in the hands of the said Acct a balance of $157.13 1/2 The court, on
due examination thereof advisement had thereon, approve of + confirm
the same, and direct that balance to be paid + distributed agreeably
to law. 
EDWARD DAVID HILTON
 
160 From THE LITITZ RECORD Lititz, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Friday, 27 October 1905
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Mrs.Fanny H. White, of Manheim, died at her home in that borough on
Tuesday afternoon form the effects of a slight stroke, confirmed with
the informitites of old age, having been in her 91st year. The
deceased was a well known woman and was highly respected by a host of
friends. A son of the deceased, John White of Manheim, died about a
year ago. Three daughters survive: Mrs Levi Shenk: Mrs. Christ
Buck: and Mrs Jacob Singer, all of Manheim. Funeral held at Kreider's
Meeting House. 
VERONICA FANNY HILTON
 
161 probably her:

GERTRUDE JENKINS Request Information (SS-5)
SSN 517-26-9448 Residence: 83501 Lewiston, Nez Perce, ID
Born 21 Mar 1894 Last Benefit:
Died Apr 1982 Issued: MT (Before 1951) 
Gertrude Hoch
 
162 "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." MARY (POLLY) HOLMES
 
163 also spelled Henise Catherine Honeisen
 
164 Died 4:30 A.M. of self-inflicted shotgun wound - [Obit.] Lillie Houser
 
165 Daughter of Jonathan of Pawling, named in his will of 12 July 1786 as"daughter Phebe Suttan." Dismissed from Ninepartners Monthly Meeting toPurchase 14 Aug. 1782. Phebe Heustis Husted
 
166 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
167 no children before 1917 Anna Mariah Jenkins
 
168 Christianna in 1900
Christine in WRJ screed
Christiana in 1910 
Christiana Jenkins
 
169 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 
FANNIE MAE JENKINS
 
170 in 1870 there is a Frances M. listed as a son 4 yrs old and William 11

in 1880 there is only Frances 13 listed as daughter - and William 21

nothing for Frank, Francis, Frances after that that I can find. Maybeonly one person, was female and was married between 1880-1900 
Frances Jenkins
 
171 Capt. Jones Co. - 53rd Reg. Pa. Volunteers at discharge enrolled 16 Oct,1861 to 24 Nov, 1862
Discharged from Convalescent Camp near Alexandria Va. by reason of"Surgeon's Certificate of Disability" 
Francis M. Jenkins
 
172 in 1870 there is a Frances M. listed as a son 4 yrs old and William 11

in 1880 there is only Frances 13 listed as daughter - and William 21

nothing for Frank, Francis, Frances after that that I can find. Maybeonly one person, was female and was married between 1880-1900 
Frank M. Jenkins
 
173 died in infancy Howard Webster Jenkins
 
174 possibly removed to :(removed to Evergreen Memorial Park, Bensalem Twp.PA)

possibly to Rosedale Memorial Park
Oakford, Pa.

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Lafayette Cemetery was on Federal St between 9th and 10th Sts. The graves
were removed to Evergreen Memorial Park in Bensalem Twp, which was
established in 1930 so the graves had to be removed after that. Evergreenis
now called Rosedale Memorial Park.

Call 215-357-0307 for information.

apparently when they were moved it was a "community burial" with nomarkers moved with them - that's what Rosedale told me
Philadelphia historical society knows more...
Pennsylvania Hist. Soc. at 215-732-6201 called 3/6/05 said they wouldcall back 
JACOB JENKINS
 
175 no children by age 41 in Downer's Grove - 25 miles West of Chicago John Bertram Jenkins
 
176 WRJ geno attaches her to Daisy Saunders as mother Josephine Jenkins
 
177 bridal shower hosted by Marion Augusta Esser at "The Crescents" inOrienta Point, Long Island on 7/9/1933
Marion became a member of the Shore Acres Yacht Club of Mamaroneck, LI,NY on 7/7/1935 - NYT 
Nina Moore Jenkins
 
178 muster of whole C company Bucktails athttp://www.rootsweb.com/~pacamero/rosterc.html

Promoted from 1st. Sgt. to end Lt. Nov. 2, 1861- wounded atFredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862- resigned April 20, 1863
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member of 194th Regiment - promoted to Major on July 21, 1864

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92nd Pa. Regiment-name on marker at Gettysburg

Ancestry.com:
Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit
Jenkins Oscar D. C 13Pennsylvania Res. Inf. <>
Jenkins Oscar D. C 27Pennsylvania Mil. Inf.
Jenkins Oscar D. C 194Pennsylvania Inf. <>


Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge Box # Extraction# Record #
Private 2 Lieutenant 0005540060 00000218
Captain Captain 000554 006000000219
Captain Major 000554 006000000220


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Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other InfoRecord Type Database ID#
1860 JENKINS OSCAR Philadelphia County PA 411 1 W.8 D.PhiladelphiaFederal Population Schedule PA 1860 Federal Census Index PA45590363

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http://www.paonline.com/1strifle/13th_Pennsylvania_Reser.htm

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Addresses: ODJ says in one application that he has lived in"Philadelphia, mostly" after the Civil War

Philly directories
1851-1852 - no
1853-1854 - blacksmith - Madison (St?)
1856 - confectioner - 151 S. 9th
1859-1860 - blacksmith - 819 Leonard

civil war

1870 - not in directory
1871 - not in directory

1876 - police - N. 42nd St.

1880 - not in directory

4/29/1881
Invalid pension claim
4214 Aspen St. Philly

1885 - not in directory

2/17/1887 - Mexican War pension appl.
3869 Aspen St. --- with 315 N. 40th St. crossed out (formeraddress?)

8/4/1890 - Civil War pension application
1306 N. 24th St. Philly

1891 - General Affadavit shows him in Phila. city and county

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Col. Kane's Bucktail Regiment mentioned in his obit

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Odd Fellows Cemetery located at Pottsville, Schuylkill County,Pennsylvania
by Phillip A. Rice ()
Out of Print--Limited Availability

get this book - he's buried there

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Odd Fellows Cem. Assn. P.O.Box 417 Shamokin 717-648-1651 (don't thinkthis is the one, but maybe)
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From: Bill Southam
Subject: [PASCHUYL-L] Odd Fellows Cemetery
Date: 5 Jun 00 01:00:34 EDT


Hello Ellie -
Check with Charles Bailey at the Odd Fellow Cemetery in Tamaqua. I thinkI saw
where he is also in charge of the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Pottsville. His
address and that of the cemetery is:

West Broad Street
Tamaqua PA 18252

His residence is on the edge of the cemetery.

I'd give you his phone number, but I've misplaced my Schuylkill Countyphone
book. Anyway it's almost impossible to catch him by phone. If you docall,
you'll get a message to leave your number and he'll call you back collect.
Maybe somone else will look up the number for you, if I don't find itfirst.

Bill Southam
Dover DE


Eleanor Lovett wrote:
Posted on: Schuylkill Co., Pa Queries
Board URL:
http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Pa/Schuylkill?read=2949

I would like the phone no of the Odd Fellow Cem in Pottsville. Do they
answer the phone or would I have better luck if I wrote.Searching forHelen B
Gordon died between 1870 to 1905.

Thank you

ellie

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On Centre Street, just beginning the slight climb to Peach Mountain, thiscemetery is located between a Roman Catholic and a Hebrew Cemetery. Verylarge cemetery, but the excellent surname index will make your searchingfast and easy.

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Pottsville Republican Monday August 31, 1896 obituary:

Jenkins - At Bloomfield, N.J. Major O. D. Jenkins, in his 70th year.
...relatives and friends of the deceased, also survivors of Col. Kane'sBucktail Regiment,
Pennsylvania Volunteers, Comrades of Gowen...No. 23, G. A. R., and GirardLodge. No. ...
I.O.O.F. are respectfully requested to attend the interment at OddFellows cemetery on Tuesday, September 1
at 1 O'clock. Funeral .....depot.


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Also from the same paper, same day

Major O. D. Jenkins, aged 70 years, well known in Pottsville, died atBloomfield, N.J. The deceased was a Union soldier, but previous to thewas he married the daughter of the late Jeremiah Reed. He enlisted in the42nd Pennsylvania, but was mustered out in 1862, when he re-enlistedagain as captain of the 194th Penna. and attained the rank of majorbefore the final close of the war. Two children survive, Walter ReedJenkins, of Chicago, and Mrs. F.B. Massey, of Bloomfield, N.J. Thefuneral will take place tomorrow on the arrival of the 1 o'clock train.The militia, Gowen Post 23 and Girard Lodge 58, I.O. of O.F. will escortthe remains to the grave. Interment in Odd Fellows' cem-



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Walter Reed Jenkins' screed mentions that Oscar Douglas JENKINS belongedto the Native American Party - definition:
(U. S. Politics), a party, about 1854, which
opposed the influence of foreign-born citizens, and those
supposed to owe allegiance to a foreign power.

(U. S. Politics), a party of
principles similar to those of the American party. It
arose about 1843, but soon died out. 
OSCAR DOUGLAS JENKINS
 
179 died at home of son William B, Jenkins

1880 census states that his mother was born in Delaware - Ann Beason

1900 he's living with his son William 
Thomas B. Jenkins
 
180 Fannie Jenkins Massey cited in her DAR application a Walter Reed Jenkins,Jr. as one of her sources.

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Trip to England in 1911: Ellis Island has them returning aboard theMauretania arriving from Liverpool on June 24, 1911

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avid golfer - NYTimes mentions:

On the committee for the first Advertising Club of NY golf tourney in 1921

Third division in Pinehurst, NC in January of 1924 - Grassy Sprain golfcourse - very near Yonkers

Morning low round in the Metropolitan Advertisers Golf Tourney in May of1926

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Spent summer of 1926 in Milford, CT.

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found in WW1 reg card that he worked for WH Gannett of Augusta Me. in1918!!!

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Possibly a director of Davey steel - 1/25/1928 mention in NYTimes - no,not him

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lot 36036 section 129 in Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn with these 3 -not him, I think


ALICE EDMONDS JENKINS


Date of Interment
Lot
Section

10/30/32 36036 129
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BERTHA E. JENKINS


Date of Interment
Lot
Section

2/13/64 36036 129
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EMILY WILLIAMS JENKINS


Date of Interment
Lot
Section

9/7/1923 36036 129
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Walter Reed Jenkins, , Jr.
 
181 moved to Illinois after 1891. Walter Reed Jenkins
 
182 listed as married in 1880 census, but wife not living with him at parents'

listed as Williams Jenkins in 1910, living in Norwood with all 4 of hischildren, and father Thomas B. - listed as married 15 years, for the 2ndtime

possibly dead by 1920. Only Wm. in census the mother is listed as pa bornand that he was a cop. That would have tobe 2 mistakes. Unlikely. 
William B. Jenkins
 
183 possibly this guy:

Name: William Jenkins
SSN: 171-10-6039
Last Residence: 19899 Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, UnitedStates of America
Born: 26 Jun 1897
Died: Jan 1983
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951 ) 
William B. Jenkins
 
184 6209 Radford Ave.
N. Hollywood, Ca. 91606 
Robert M. Johnson
 
185 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
186 from Charles D. (Chaz) Andrews:
Before she died, I talked with my mother about Mame Keenan & about my grandmother's (Sarah Elizabeth Quay) middle name. My grandmother's middle name was given to her in honor of the woman who raised Mame. So it's definately Alexander & Elizabeth who raised Mame. I also have further proof of this since Alexander & Elizabeth are buried right next to Mame's grandmother in Phoenixville. Mame was left with her uncle because her father (George A. Keenan) moved to California to be a horse trainer after her mother (Annie Graham--I can't find her at all, this is from my mother's memory) died in childbirth. George later remarried and had children who later visited Mame when my mother was a child. I found George in Phoenixville, listed with his mother Margaret, who came over as a widow from Ireland through New York with some grown children. I found him in later censuses in California with his ever growing family out there. Margaret Keenan (Mame's grandmother) is buried in Morris Cemetery right next to Alexander and Elizabeth Keenan. 
Alexander Keenan
 
187 from Charles D. (Chaz) Andrews:
Before she died, I talked with my mother about Mame Keenan & about my grandmother's (Sarah Elizabeth Quay) middle name. My grandmother's middle name was given to her in honor of the woman who raised Mame. So it's definately Alexander & Elizabeth who raised Mame. I also have further proof of this since Alexander & Elizabeth are buried right next to Mame's grandmother in Phoenixville. Mame was left with her uncle because her father (George A. Keenan) moved to California to be a horse trainer after her mother (Annie Graham--I can't find her at all, this is from my mother's memory) died in childbirth. George later remarried and had children who later visited Mame when my mother was a child. I found George in Phoenixville, listed with his mother Margaret, who came over as a widow from Ireland through New York with some grown children. I found him in later censuses in California with his ever growing family out there. Margaret Keenan (Mame's grandmother) is buried in Morris Cemetery right next to Alexander and Elizabeth Keenan.

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also, George and Nettie had 8 kids together. 
George A. Keenan
 
188 wife immigrated as a widow George A. Keenan
 
189 both parents listed as Irish in 1910 census

Mame is a form of Mary

found an Alexander and Elizabeth Keenan in the 1900 census with a nieceMary born in 1885, a bit early, but not out of the question

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also found a Martin and Maggie Keenan, both born in Ireland with adaughter Mary born in Jan. 1886 in Bucks county in the 1900 census, lotsof siblings

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Patrick and Mary, b. Ireland, with daughter Mamie in Philly, ward 11 in1900. Mamie born in Nov. of 1885, lots of siblings

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Mary born in Feb. 1887 - parents in Philly ward 40, parents Andrew andMary born in Ireland

some other possibilities 
Mame E. Keenan
 
190 KERNER, Louis A. Death date: 6/26/1922, Butler County, Ohio Volume#3893, Certificate #31872 Louis A. Kerner
 
191 listed as 40 in 1870 1830
listed as 82 in 1900 1828
listed as 25 in 1860 1835 
Elmira V. King
 
192 Odd that in her whole obituary her husband is not mentioned! Margaret A. King
 
193 [Gottwald-Fink.FTW]

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Manchester Twp : 37/330/343
KOHR, Adam W M 45 Farmer
Mary W F 42 Wife
Hymen W M 16 Son

WILL: KOHR, Adam Ref: HH - 390
Residence: Manchester Twp, York CO, PA

Date: Oct. 26, 1891 Probated: Nov 12, 1892 died Pct 29, 1892

Children: Hymen F. KOHR 
Adam Kohr
 
194 MRS. BENJAMIN SAYLOR

Mrs. Mary Saylor, wife of Benjamin Saylor, of Manheim, died at theLancaster
County Hospital on Saturday evening after a lingering illness fromgastritis,
aged 61 years. Besides her husband, the following children survive:William,
of Michigan; Mrs. William Mull, of Sheridan; Harvey, Lizzie and Mrs.Christian
Fink, of Manheim. A number of brothers and sisters also survive, asfollows:
Wayne Lape, of Kleinfeltersville; Samuel Lape, of Philadelphia; JamesLape, of
Kleinfeltersville; Mrs. George Weinhold, of Lebanon; Mrs. Sarah Weinhold,of
Pottstown.

The funeral will take place from her late home on Wednesday afternoon at 2
oíclock, with services at the Union church, Sporting Hill, at 2:30oíclock.
Interment will be made in Kauffmanís cemetery.

Lancaster Daily Intelligencer, February 26, 1917

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obituary said she was 61 when she died, implying birth date of 1856 
MARY LAPE
 
195 Seven children - all alive in 1900 Mary Ludwig
 
196 married first Mary (?) Davis and second Sarah Mackey

had 11 children, unsaid which were born by which wife - just says 8 withfirst and 3 with second

William, Esther, Henry, Gideon, Mary, Rhoda came from NC to White CountyTN by 1810. Wm. and Henry received grants of land in Tenn. Henry built abrick home near Sparta as did Gideon. These homes still stand in goodrepair (1999) today. William built a log home near the Duck Pond.Willim's home was being lived in until it burned a few years ago. Theearlist marriage record located for White County is for William's sister,Rhoda, who married John Puckett Dec. 4, 1809. The earliest record ofGideon in White County that I have in my records is a deed between Henryand Gideon dated Jun. 18, 1822.

There is an undocumented story that one of the Lydas was a BritishLoyalist during the Revolutionary War and that his last wish was to beburied in his British Uniform. According to the story, he was buried inthat uniform. Another undocumented story was that Andrew Lyda was aGerman Hessian soldier who liked America so well he decided to remainhere after the close of the war. Some Lydas fought for the American causeso these stories may not be true.

--All from the Heritage of White County, Tenn. 1806-1999 
ANDREW LYDA
 
197 Daniel was a mason.

At some time during the period of the Civil War, Bushwhackers came toDaniel Lyda's house with the intention of killing him. The Bushwhackershad their heads covered to protect their identity. However, Danielrecognized the voices of some of the men and called them by name. SinceDaniel's family was in the room and had heard Daniel call them by name,the Bushwhackers left without harming him. The daughter, Emily relatedthis to her family many times as I am sure Alice and Katherine did also.

The Lydas raised sheep and would shear them for wool to weave blanketsand garments for the family. At this time there are four Lydagreat-granddaughters, Virginia Geer Austin, Lyda Hays Martin Briggs,Rubye Officer Brogden and Martha Stewart Geyer. Each of them has a smallpiece of one of those blankets made from sheep on Daniel Lyda's farm.These small pieces of natural colored wool with a deep red stripe aretreasured items. Bark or berries were used to make the red dye. VirginiaGeer Austin also has a quilt that Amanda Meek Lyda had when she startedhousekeeping in 1851.

All from Heritageof White County 1806-1999 Lyda family, #855 
DANIEL LYDA
 
198 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. EMILY LYDA
 
199 moved to White County around 1820

moved to Missouri in 1836 and to Macon County Missouri in 1838. LydaTownship named for them. 
Gideon Lyda
 
200 never married

died of being kicked in the head by a horse while at the Duck Pond 
Henry Lyda
 

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