[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Jun 16, 1997, Internal Ref. #188.8.131.52259.17]spouse: Daulton, Frances Cordelia (1913 - )
Individual: Sharp, Charles Birth date: Jul 7, 1909 Death date: Jun 1972 Social Security #: 492-18-2962 State of issue: MO
Records from Cecil County, MD dated 27 July 1750. Between Roger Dyer and his wife Hannah, of Augusta County, VA and Edward Dougherty of Lancaster, PA. "Where as Charles, Lord Proctor of Maryland and Avalon Lord Barron, of Baltimore by deed of 20 July 1704, granted William Smith that parcel of marsh and high land called, Duck Neck, in Cecil County by the side of Elk River, near a place called French Town, containing 100 acres, in Liber 5, which William Smith, dyeing intestate, said tract descended to said Hannah and now the wife of Roger Dyer and as heir in law to the said William Smith. Now Roger Dyer and said Hannah for 54 Pounds, PA money paid them by Edward Daugherty. Witness: S/ Jas Baxter, Nathan Baker, Recorded Dec.23, 1752. S/ Matt Bordley.spouse: Dyer, Roger Sr (1699 - 1758)
"A few writers say Hannah was William Smith's daughter and not Robert Green's. William Smith is more likely Hannah's father or grandfather is the belief of this writer, also that Aber gale Smith Harrison is also an aunt there in providing the family relation), Norton says the other, i.e.,. John Smith's and the Stephensons, most likely were related to the Dyers. (Stephenson died late in 1757 or early 1758, prior to the massacre. Mrs Stephenson must have accompanied Hannah Dyer and was not at the fort during the attack as she shows up in the record among those who took part in Rogers Dyer's sale. Caulkleys records, many of the Smiths who settled along Smith Run or Creek were also Hannah's kinsmen,) Wiliam Smith obtained this land in 1700 or 1702, Hannah was married to Roger Dyer. In the late or mid 1720s, the death of William Smith was dated about 1747. So, if William Smith was 20-25 years at the time of purchase and at death he would be 67 to 77 years old. Hannah was likely born between 1700-1710. William was not likely her grandfather, more likely her father."
She is listed as Hannah Britton in the LDS records AFN: ID3M-5M.
Wed, 8 Apr 1998 18:42:57 -0700 From: Frances Ball Turner <[email protected]@worldaccessnet.com> Greetings cousins! Well, I finally have the proof. William John Dyer (1728-1758) married his 2nd cousin Margaret Hiatt.
Parents of William John are Roger Dyer, Sr. and Hannah SMITH. Hannah, it has been proven, was the daughter of one William SMITH of Cecil Co., Maryland who had a sister, Mary SMITH. Now, Mary married John HIATT and they had a son John HIATT, Jr. who married Rachel (or Margaret) Wilson and Margaret Hiatt was their daughter. The proof comes from The Maryland Calendar of Wills Vol. III, p. 179 which shows the will for William Smith, Sr., of Cecil Co., Maryland, the father of William and Mary Smith:
To 2nd son John and hrs., 1000 A., dwelling plantation. " dau. Mary, wife of John Hayet and grandau. Hannah, dau. of son William, personalty. Exs.: Wife Grace and son John. Test: David Evans, William Smith. (Information from: Frances (Ball) Turner, Vancouver, WA)
LDS# AAAFN: 8JSL-X3spouse: Hite, George Sr (1685 - 1726)
Information on this marriage is from Don Dearing, Louisville, KY, [email protected]@prodigy.com, 3/6/1998.spouse: Brisby, Susana S. (1833 - 1860)
Her name may have been Esther.spouse: Caton, Joshuah
Notes for Jonas Sparks: The McCubbins' Collection; Rowan Public Library, Salisbury, NCspouse: Eakle, Anne Mary (Little)
Book D, pg 50: The will of Jonas Sparks made while 'very weak in body' on May 11, 1805. Wife Mary (the homeplace during widowhood). Sons: Jonas, Jr. (deceased, but his widow, Anna, may have the plantation where she lives during widowhood, and his children: Elizabeth, Jamimah + Joseph); William ($1.00 and the use of the wagon for the plantation + fishery) + David ($1.00 + 1/3 of the fishery). Daughters: Rachel Griggs, Easter Caton + Elizabeth Bryant ( $1.00 each). Exrs: son David + Joshua Caton. Witnesses: Rowland Jones + Jacob Hill,
Lease and release from Soloman Sparks to Jonas Sparks for 130 acres Jan. 1 1763.
Book 11,pg 747: On Aug. 4, 1789, Jonas Sparks (Mary Sparks signs the deed too), lets Roland Jones have 111 acres (already in his possession) on the Yadkin next sd Jones, Jeremiah Melon, John Robison + John Jacks, for 35 pounds, witnessed by David Sparks + Isaac Enochs in Aug term of 1789 + proved by the later.
Book 11, pg 835: Oct 29 1789, Jonas Sparks - - no wife signs - - lets William Sparks (both of Rowan Co., N.C.), have 82 1/2 acres on the south bank of the Yadkin River below the mouth of Muddy Creek, beginning on the river bank at a white hickory, going west 43 chains to a stake on the original line of Solomon Sparks' survey, east 4 1/2 degrees 18 chains + 75 links to a stake in the swamp on the corner of Zephaniah Harris, east with his line 45 chains to a locust saplin on the bank of the river, on to the corner of said Harris, then up the meanders of the river to the beginning, for 50 pounds current money. witnessed by Minus Griggs + David Sparks + proved in Feb, 1790.
Crawford -Lancaster Family group sheet: A branch of Muddy Creek is called Jonas Spark's Branch. 20 Jan 1780 Jonas Sparks, 350 acres on branch waters on Yadkin River next to him is home on "Solomon Sparks' old line. 1778 Tax List: Jonas Sparks pays 4 pounds, 3 shillings, 6 pence. Rowan County Court: 14 Apr 1764 Jury of Tate vs Andrews, Solomon serves also 12 Jul 1764 Jury of Johnson vs Branded Wm Samples Sparks also. 05 Aug 1778 Pleads allegiance to state of North Carolina (also Minus Griggs and others) More About Jonas Sparks Will: May 11, 1805, Rowan Co., NC
Information from FTM Report Section: Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Ancestors of Erin Elizabeth Griggs + Jerry Thomas Griggs, 2209 N. 22nd St., St. Joseph, MO. 64505, 816-233-0672, [email protected]@ponyexpress.net
He ran a plantation and had a fishery. first wife died prior to 1786. Mary Little and Lewis Little were Ann Mary Little Eakel Sparks children. They lived in the portion of Rowan that is now Davis county. From Dorothy Griggs Shoulders.
Died in Revolutionary War.
Allen Spencer was born in Lewis Station, MO. Before the war he was a salesman. In WW II he was a Corporal in the U.S. Marines, August 10, 1942 to May 31, 1944. He is now Assistant Manager at the Savoy Grill, Kansas City, MO.[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Jun 16, 1997, Internal Ref. #184.108.40.206071.91]spouse: Davis, Izora Elizabeth (1906 - )
Individual: Spencer, Allen Birth date: Jul 3, 1899 Death date: Oct 1968 Social Security #: 486-01-4077 Last residence: MO 64133 State of issue: MO
Harry Clifford Stine was born in Kansas City, MO. He was in service, WW II, 7/13/1943 to 2/3/1946. Rating S.Sgt. 142dn Mobile Anti Aircraft Bn. of the First Army in Europe. Since his return from service Harry is employed as department Sales Manager, Wilson + Co., Inc., Kansas City, MO.[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Jun 16, 1997, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11990.152]spouse: Davis, Goldie Ellen (1912 - )
Individual: Stine, Harry Birth date: Mar 24, 1912 Death date: Aug 1987 Social Security #: 510-07-4043 Last residence: KS 66102 State of issue: KS
Clarence Studer graduated from St. Mary's Grade and High School, Ft. Wayne, Indiana (HS in 1920). He first worked for the city of Ft. Wayne as time-keeper in the street department until 1923. With Ft. Wayne Engineering and Mfg. Co. as shipping clerk 1923-1924. With International Harvester Co., on assembly and special equipment, 1924 until April 1929. He moved to Los Angeles, CA., May 30, 1929, where he went to work in the assembly department of Willis-Overland Co. for a year. Next he was employed by Los Angeles Motor Coach as operator 13 years, 1930-1943.spouse: Kenney, Velma Reid (1920 - )
On December 26, 1943 Clarence went to work for the Hodgson-Greene-Haldeman Shipbuilders in Long Beach, CA. as helper in the showroom. June 1, 1944 he was promoted to foreman and at this writing was still in that position (1947).
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Individual: Studer, Clarence Birth date: Aug 23, 1903 Death date: Jan 1979 Social Security #: 560-14-5388 Last residence: CA 91740 State of issue: CA Zip of last payment: 91740
Telford may be Tedford.spouse: McKee, James (~1750 - <1803)
He was a teacher in Highland County, Virginia. Served in the U.S. Army - War of 1812. Buried in Temple Cemetery, Brandywine, VA.spouse: Dyer, Elizabeth (1795 - )
Her name may be Mary.spouse: Kenney, Joseph Frank (1834 - 1865)
He was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as son in 1803 in Fauquier County, VA.spouse: Holloway, Susanna (? - 1847)
She had the following person(s) sign as bondsman on the marriage bond: Thomas John and Jesse Thompson on 1 Feb 1802 in Fauquier Co., VA.16 She was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as daughter in 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. (From CDS)spouse: John, Thomas
He was mentioned in the will of Jesse Thompson as son in 1803 in Fauquier County, VA.spouse: Holloway, Dianna (? - 1865)
He was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as son in 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. He had the following person(s) sign as bondsman on the marriage bond: Fielding Thompson and John Grant on 22 Jun 1807 in Fauquier Co., VA. (From CDS)spouse: Grant, Anna (? - 1865)
He had the following person(s) sign as bondsman on the marriage bond: Burgess Elliott, Isaac Palmor and Jason Thompson on 28 Nov 1791 in Fauquier Co., VA. He was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as son in 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. (From CDS)spouse: Elliott, Lieucretia
Jesse THOMPSON Lease in Manor of Leeds in 1792 in Fauquier Co., VA.7 He was mentioned in the Will of Rosannah Hurst as son-in-law in 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. He signed a will on 24 Nov 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. He had a will witnessed by Turner Adams, John Ashby Jr. and John R. Short on 24 Nov. 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. He died before 27 May 1805 in Fauquier Co., VA. He had an estate probated on 27 May 1805 in Fauquier Co., VA. (From Charlotte Doyle Smith)spouse: Hurst, Elizabeth (1752 - )
She had the following person(s) sign as bondsman on the marriage bond: Isaac Palmer and John Scott on 12 Nov 1792 in Fauquier Co., VA.14 She was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as daughter Milley Palmer in 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA.spouse: Palmer, Isaac
She was married to Isaac PALMER on
She had the following person(s) sign as bondsman on the marriage bond: Daniel Thompson and Joseph Shultz on 7 Mar 1796 in Fauquier Co., VA. She was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as daughter in 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. (From CDS)spouse: Thompson, Daniel
She was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as daughter in 1803 Fauquier County, VA.spouse: Thompson, John
She had the following person(s) sign as bondsman on the marriage bond: Joseph Shultz and Daniel Thompson on 13 Dec 1794 in Fauquier Co., VA. She was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as daughter in 1803 in Fauquier Co., VA. (From CDS)spouse: Shultz, Joseph
He was mentioned in the Will of Jesse Thompson as son in 1803 in Fauquier County, VA.spouse: Johnson, Elizabeth T.