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1. Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with C, Date of Import: Sep 17, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.111.3.48621.25
2. CHILDREN: NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIAGE Elizabeth cir 1623-1625, Plymouth 31 May 1717, Little Compton, RI William Pabodie, 26 December 1644, Duxbury John cir 1626, Plymouth 14 March 1701/2, Boston Elizabeth (Phillips) Everill, 1 April 1660, Boston Joseph aft. 22 May 1627 8 February 1696/7, Bridgewater Mary Simmons Sarah aft 22 May 1627 bef 13 June 1688 Alexander Standish Jonathan cir 1632 14 February 1696/7, Duxbury Abigail Hallett, 10 December 1672, Duxbury Ruth unknown 12 October 1674, Braintree John Bass, 12 May 1657, Braintree Rebecca bef 1649 aft 13 June 1688 Thomas Delano, bef 30 October 1667 Mary unknown aft 13 June 1688 unmarried Priscilla unknown aft 13 June 1688 unmarried David cir 1646 between 5 June 1718 and 1 April 1719 Mary Southworth
3. 1850 Census Allen County, Perry Township, David Baily (Note this spelling differs from Harriets marriage record of Bailey) 50yr, M farmer, b. NJ Rhoda, 40, F, b. Ohio Jonathan, 18, M. Laborer, b. Ohio James 17, M, Laborer, b. Ohio Henady (Kenady?) hard to read, 14, F, b. Ohio Harriett, 12, F, b. Ohio William 10, M. b. Ohio Benjamin, 8, M, B. Ohio Martha, 5, F, B. Ohio John, 2, M, b. Ohio from Clarice Date: 2/23/02 2:55:40 PM Mountain Standard Time From: Koolgen@cs.com To: RussBruce CC: Koolgen@cs.com
4. Ohio Marriages 1851-1900 Family Tree Maker CD
5. History of the 1st Congregational Church Stonington, Connecticut Page 218 July 25, 1725, Mr. Salmon Treat preacht at Stonington N. Parish. The same day, Andrew, Stephen, and Increase, sons of Increase and Hannah Billings. The same day, John, son of William Coats. The same day, Amos, son of Caleb Coats.
6. Estimated.
7. The Bill family of England has an ancient and honorable record, extending back almost to the beginning of the use of surnames in that country. The name means a kind of weapon, and the progenitor doubtless took his surname from his occupation in war, a bill man. A bill was an ancient battle ax. The family is from Denmark originally, according to the best authority. The family has been prominent in Shropshire for some five centuries and is numerous also in Wiltshire and Staffordshire. Dr. Thomas Bill, born about 1490, was a prominent physician, an attendant of Queen Elizabeth. William Bill was Master of Trinity, Provost of Eton and Dean of Westminster. Dean Bill, who wrote the statutes of Westminster, was buried in Westminster Abbey in what is known as the Deans' Chapel, named entirely in his honor. John Bill, born 1676, was a well-known London publisher. He appears in London in 1713 as "publisher to King James I., Most Excellent Majestic." One of the earliest works published by John Bill was by order of the king himself. He brought out many editions of the Bible. He, or his partner, Christopher Barker, published the first news sheet, called the English Mercurie, issued to contradict false reports concerning the descent of the Spanish Armada upon the coast of England. After he received the royal license, his place of business became known as Printing House Square, its present name. The Bill coat-of-arms: Ermine two woodbills (battle axes) sable, with long handles proper, in saltire, a chief azure, a pale or, charged with a rose gules, between two pelicans' heads erased at the neck argent. John Bill married (first) Anne, daughter of Thomas Mountford, D. D. She was the author of a book entitled, "Mirror of Modestie," published in London in 1621. A second and very rare edition was published in 1719. She died May 3, 1621, aged thirty-three. He married (second) Joan Franklin, of Throwley, Kent. He made his will in 1630; was buried at St. Anne's Blackfriars, London. He left a bequest to the parish of Much Wenlock, where he was born. Children of first wife: John, mentioned below; Anne; Charles, succeeded his father as publisher of Bibles and books; Henry; Mary. William Richard Cutter, New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, Series Two, "Electronic."
8. (I) John (2) Bill, son of John (1) Bill, was born in England and was the immigrant ancestor. The best authority indicates that he was the son of John, mentioned above, the book publisher. Little is known of him. He and his wife Dorothy came to this country before 1635. Their children, John, aged thirteen, and Marie, aged eleven, came to Boston in 1635. John in the ship "Hopewell," Marie in the ship "Planter." The father died in 1638 and a month later Richard Tuttle became responsible to the town for Dorothy Bill, widow, "sojourner at his house" and "for anything about her." It is probable that Dorothy was a sister of Tuttle. The genealogy by Ledyard Bill gives this list of the children of John and Dorothy and states that all of the name with a few exceptions are descended from them: James, born in England in 1615; Thomas, about 1618, married (first) Elizabeth Nichols; (second) Abigail Willie; Philip, about 1620, mentioned below; John, 1622; Mary, 1624. William Richard Cutter, New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, Series Two, "Electronic."
9. ) Philip, son of John (2) Bill, was born in England about 1620. He lived at Pulling Point, a part of Boston, Massachusetts, where his brother James and mother Dorothy were living. Next he resided at Ipswich until 1667 or 1668, when he removed to New London, Connecticut, at the invitation of Governor John Winthrop. He settled on the east side of the Thames river, in that part of New London incorporated in 1705 as the new town of Groton. He became the owner of a large amount of real estate. He died July 8, 1689, of a throat distemper, and his daughter Margaret died the same day. His widow Hannah married (second) Samuel Buckland, of New London, and died in 1709. Children: 1. Philip, born about 1659; married (first) Elizabeth Lester; (second) Mary (???). 2. Mary, about 1661. 3. Margaret, about 1663, died July 8, 1689. 4. Samuel, about 1665, married (first) Mercy Houghton; (second) Elizabeth (???). 5. John, about 1667; married (first) Mercy Fowler; (second) Hannah Hurst. 6. Elizabeth, born in New London. 7. Jonathan, baptized November 5, 1671, living in 1708. 8. Joshua, October 16, 1675 Cutter, William R, New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Volume III, (Clearfield Company, inc 1996).
10. Missaukee County records died at Traverse City State Hospital
11. "Unknown" for birthplace of parents for both he and wife
12. Missaukee County records died at Traverse City State Hospital
13. Children. 70 Samuel, bap. October 19, 1645, at New-Haven. 71 Sarah, born May 24, 1647, at New-Haven. 72 Ebenezer, born 1649, at New-Haven. 73 Matthew, born May 9, 1650, at New-Haven. 74 Hannah, born June 21, 1651, at New-Haven. 75 Rachel, born July 29, 1652, at New-Haven. Supposed to have died before her father, as she is not mentioned in her father's will, which is dated May 19, 1673. 76 Jonathan, born 77 Mary, born Genealogical Notes Author: Nathaniel Goodwin Call Number: R929.1G657 Bibliographic Information: Genealogical Publishing Co. Baltimore. 1982.
14. All are/were married and have children, with the exception of Stanley, who is marrried but has no children. There are many grandchildren and great - grandchildren and several great- great- grandchildren. Floyd also had another brother, Bill/William, but I have no information on him. I don't know how much information you have, but Rodney says that Lloyd was the father of twins, named Lloyd and Floyd and they were known to most of us as slim and Fat. That's about all I can think of, I will try to get more information from some of the others. I hope this helps you out. I know it can be frustrating to try to find out about family, I have been trying to find information on my relatives, that is how I happened to come onto your site. Good Luck, Rosanne M. (Peabody) Curtis wife of Rodney R, Curtis From: rosannec@voyager.net (Rosanne)
15. Children Annet Coats b: 1830 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Elizabeth Coats b: 1832 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Cynthia Coats b: 1833 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Julia Coats b: 1835 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Mary Coats b: 1838 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York
16. She is his second wife
17. Lucina Coats Gilbert N. Coats b: 22 OCT 1810 in Oneida Co., New York Martin Coats b: abt 1828 in Pennsylvania Harriet Coats Laura Coats b: abt 1830 in Ohio Aurilla Coats b: in New York Fanny Coats Sophronia Coats Alvin Coats Cynthia Coats J. W. Coats
18. Sheldon Coates b: abt 1814 in New York Lysander Coats b: abt 1816 in Pennsylvania or Buffalo, NY Jerome Bonaparte Coates b: SEP 1823 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania Charles William Coates b: 7 MAR 1828 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
19. Children Ann Coats b: 1818 Sarah Ann Coats b: 2 SEP 1819 in New York Cynthia A. Coats b: abt 1824 in New York Pamela Coats b: abt 1827 in New York Evanelus Coats b: abt 1829 in New York Mary C. Coats b: abt 1831 in New York Augustus Coats b: abt 1838 in New York
20. Hortense Wilkinson, COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS.
21. Charles Noyce Coats b: 1840 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Sylvester Coats b: 1841 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Millicent "Millie" Almena Coats b: 21 OCT 1843 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Hannah Elizabeth Coats b: 17 JUL 1845 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Aaron Daniel Coats b: 7 NOV 1847 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Rufus Allen Coats b: 31 JUL 1849 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Orrin F. Coats b: 14 JUL 1851 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Hortense Lillian Coats b: 17 OCT 1864 in Bureau Co., Illinois
22. Hortense Wilkinson, COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS.
23. Children Eleanor Rose b: abt 1840 in Indiana Rosella Rose b: abt 1843 in Indiana Sarah Rose b: abt 1846 in Indiana Lindon W. Rose b: abt 1852 in Indiana Lawyer B. Rose b: abt 1854 in Indiana
24. History of the 1st Congregational Church Stonington, Connecticut Page 218 July 25, 1725, Mr. Salmon Treat preacht at Stonington N. Parish. The same day, Andrew, Stephen, and Increase, sons of Increase and Hannah Billings. The same day, John, son of William Coats. The same day, Amos, son of Caleb Coats.
25. Children George D. Coats b: 1837 in Pennsylvania Sylvester Coats b: BET 1839 AND 1841 in Pennsylvania Samuel R. Coats b: 1841 in Pennsylvania Laura Coats b: BET 1843 AND 1844 in Pennsylvania Esther L. Coats b: BET 1845 AND 1846 in Pennsylvania Dan Coats b: 1848 in Pennsylvania Milton E. Coats b: 1850 in Pennsylvania Rufus Frank Coats b: 24 FEB 1853 in Pennsylvania Thomas Coats b: abt 1845 in Pennsylvania
26. Estimated.
27. Children Cassius J. Coats b: 6 MAY 1849 in Newville, Indiana George Worth Coats b: 1851 Letitia Alice Coats
28. Much of the information about the Coates family line was obtained from ROOTSWEB, specifically COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS Updated: Fri Oct 26 13:32:00 2001 Contact: Hortense Wilkinson
29. Rufus Coats (note spelling, definitely Coates in marriage record) 48, M farmer 1200 acreas b. NY Rosella, 43, F, b. Mass. John 20, M, Laborer, b. Ohio Sarah, 17, F. b. Ohio Rufus, 15, M b. Ohio Lester, 14, M, B. Ohio Albert, 13, M., b. Ohio Lusina, 11, F. b. Ohio Daniel, 8, M. b. Ohio Martha, 6, F. b. Ohio Charles 4, M b. Ohio
30. Hortense Wilkinson, COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS.
31. History of the 1st Congregational Church Stonington, Connecticut Page 218 July 25, 1725, Mr. Salmon Treat preacht at Stonington N. Parish. The same day, Andrew, Stephen, and Increase, sons of Increase and Hannah Billings. The same day, John, son of William Coats. The same day, Amos, son of Caleb Coats.
32. Estimated.
33. Hortense Wilkinson, COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS.
34. Coats, Cotes. Coates, Delacote and others. William de Cotes (1190) Walter de la Cotes (1210) from several counties and from Old English cot, cote or "cottage" or Middle English meaning a dweller at a cottage or a person in care of animals Reaney & Wilson, English Surnames, Dictionary of, (Oxford University Press England 1995).
35. Hortense Wilkinson, COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS.
36. Walter Coburn, Colburn/Colburn, Genealogy of the Descendants of Edward, (1913).
37. Edward Coburn, Colborne or Colburn, as the name is variously spelled by his descendants, was born in England. He sailed in September, 1635, in the ship "Defence" and arrived in Boston, October 30. His age was stated as seventeen, and Robert Colburn, aged twenty-eight years, was a fellow passenger. He settled first at Ipswich, Massachusetts, and was a farmer for Nathaniel Saltonstall. He was a soldier in King Philip's war from Chelmsford and was in charge of what was called Colburn's garrison on the Merrimac river, having the rank of corporal. He was guarding the ferry, March 18, 1675, when the Wamesit Indians killed two sons of Samuel Varnum and burned Coburn's home. During King William's war, 1689-90, he again commanded a garrison. He was probably the first settler of Dracut, Massachusetts. He died in 1712. Children: Edward, born 1642; John, 1644; Robert, 1646; Thomas, mentioned below; Daniel, 1654; Hannah, 1656; Ezra, March 16, 1658; Joseph, June 16, 1661; Lydia, August 20, 1666. New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, Series Two, "Electronic."
38. Walter Coburn, Colburn/Colburn, Genealogy of the Descendants of Edward, (1913).
39. from death noitce in the Clare newspaper. Date from cemetery plot.
40. LDS Files, IGI Record, M518832. and Van Buren Marriages ******1 GOODRICH WILLIAM - GOODRICH COLBURN CORA - COLBURN VAN BUREN
41. Missaukee County records
42. Missaukee County records Book 6-74 West Branch Twp, 5401 Walker, Missaukee County, Michigan and Social Security Death Index
43. The settlement formerly known as Reeder was incorporated as a village under the name of Lake City. in 1887. It is now a pretty place of nearly eight hundred people. Lake City is a leading receiving and shipping station on the Grand Rapids & Indiana line, the productions of the surrounding country being largely confined to potatoes and fruit. Its industries are a glove factory, and flour and saw mills. The Lake City State Bank is capitalized at $20,000, while the Missaukee County Bank (not incorporated) has a capital of $10,000. As the county seat and a place which enjoys an especially healthful location, Lake City has long added to its other attractions and advantages. It is lighted by electricity and has also a good system of waterworks. Its churches include Catholic, Free Methodist, Methodist, Presbyterian and United Brethren, and its Union school is well deserving of the hearty support it receives. Of the higher departments of the village system of public education the high school has an enrollment eighty-two pupils and the County Normal of twenty. Grammar, intermediate and the primary grades embrace the remainder of the village pupils, whose total enrollment is two hundred and eighty-two
44. Title: Genealogy of the descendants of Edward Colburn/Coburn Contact: Nancy Acker http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:13512&id=I1633733
45. From "Genealogy of the Colburn-Coburn Families": "Until 1709, his home was at Salem, when, with three others, he purchased 100 acres in Connecticut, on Little River, which was at that time a remote section, but afterward included in the Town of Hampton. From there, in 1713, he removed to Windham, Conn., where he was living in 1730, as on July 3rd of that year he was admitted to the Church as a member. A petition to the Probate Court in 1741, gives an approximate date of his death, and mentions Mercy, his wife, as still living. The later years of his life were spent at Concord, Mass., where he died." Title: Genealogy of the descendants of Edward Colburn/Coburn Contact: Nancy Acker http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:13512&id=I1633733
46. Walter Coburn, Colburn/Colburn, Genealogy of the Descendants of Edward, (1913).
47. from Cora's death notice in the Clare newspaper
48. Van Buren Marriage Records
49. from death noitce in the Clare newspaper. Date from cemetery plot.
50. Walter Coburn, Colburn/Colburn, Genealogy of the Descendants of Edward, (1913).
51. Thomas Coburn, son of Edward Coburn, was born at Ipswich, Massachusetts, about 1648, died before 1728. His land was conveyed to him by his father, February 22, 1671. He married (first) August 6, 1672, Hannah Rolfe, (second) November 17, 1681, Remembrance (Underwood) Richardson. Children by first wife: Hannah, born 1673; Thomas, May 14, 1675; Jonathan, May 16, 1677; Daniel, January 19, 1679. Children by second wife: Josiah, March 15, 1684; James, January 31, 1689; Margaret, March 12, 1691; Jonathan, December 22, 1693; Zachariah, April 26, 1697; Mary or Mercy, March 1, 1699; Henry, May 2, 1700; Sarah, October 7, 1703; Ephraim, April 24, 1706. New England Families Genealogical and Memorial, Series Two, "Electronic."
52. Walter Coburn, Colburn/Colburn, Genealogy of the Descendants of Edward, (1913).
53. His ancestry is Dutch. C.M. owned a logging mill in WA. The family (Cole) migrated from Holland>New York>Michigan>WA. Thats my direct lines migration pattern. Peter and Ruanna were newly married when they arrived in MI, had there family and died there. My gf. C.M. married his first 2 wifes in MI. and eventually moved out to WA with Ida and one son. from Koolgen@cs.com Clarice
54. Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with C, Date of Import: Sep 17, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.111.3.48621.25
55. Children Cassius J. Coats b: 6 MAY 1849 in Newville, Indiana George Worth Coats b: 1851 Letitia Alice Coats
56. Missaukee County records information given by Freeman Curtis who lived in Fowlerville
57. Plat map - 1906 of Missaukee County .. . Curtis, C. E., Farmer, S 17, T Butterfield, PO Butterfield. Curtis, James, Farmer, S 36, T
58. uncle tom died of appendix he had two and the doctors didn't know until it was to late he was married to della campbell and they had four children jim of lake city jane of lake city wendy of lake city and lisa of lake city 7/1/01 4:40:23 AM Mountain Daylight Time From: elocaroc@juno.com (cora m cole)
59. All are/were married and have children, with the exception of Stanley, who is marrried but has no children. There are many grandchildren and great - grandchildren and several great- great- grandchildren. Floyd also had another brother, Bill/William, but I have no information on him. I don't know how much information you have, but Rodney says that Lloyd was the father of twins, named Lloyd and Floyd and they were known to most of us as slim and Fat. That's about all I can think of, I will try to get more information from some of the others. I hope this helps you out. I know it can be frustrating to try to find out about family, I have been trying to find information on my relatives, that is how I happened to come onto your site. Good Luck, Rosanne M. (Peabody) Curtis wife of Rodney R, Curtis From: rosannec@voyager.net (Rosanne)
60. MIGENWEB. http://www.rootsweb.com/~mimissau/buttecem.html Curtis Ira Butterfield 20-3 NA NA NA
61. Missaukee County records information given by Freeman Curtis who lived in Fowlerville
62. information re chilrens from Genealogical Notes Author: Nathaniel Goodwin Call Number: R929.1G657 This book contains the history and genealogy of many families including the Goodwin family to settle in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Bibliographic Information: Goodwin, Nathaniel. Genealogical Notes. Genealogical Publishing Co. Baltimore. 1982.
63. for all of the ancestors of Ann Dennison see the Bruce, Russell Genealogy.
64. (Source: Gen. Encylopedia of First Families of America, Compendium of American Genealogy 1600-1800, CD Rom- Family Tree Maker, 1997, Vol IV, Pg 134.)
65. (Source: Snow-Estes Genealogy (Mi State Gen Library, Lansing, MI), a letter written by Maj Gen. Daniel Denison "My brother George was a soldier there (England) was at the Battle of York, or Marston Moor, whee he did good services, and was afterwards taken prisoner, but got free and married a second wife Miss ann Borodell, and with her returned to England in the year 1645, and took up his abode in Roxbury, Mass, where he coninued to live until 1651, when he came with his family to Connecticut and located himself at New London where he resided until 1654 when he came to Stonington with his family and remained until his death...")
66. There is an Arthur Dove 28 (Born abt 1909) who married in Muskegon County on 26 Jun 1937 a Meryle Nichols who was 22 and who gave her father as Frank Welch and mother as Cora Cooper.... .
67. Name SS# Issue State Birth Death Death State Last Known Residence Last Payment Location DOVE, ARTHUR 368-46-9491 MI 11 Jun 1903 Sep 1986 MI Alpena, Michigan 49707 .
68. Children George D. Coats b: 1837 in Pennsylvania Sylvester Coats b: BET 1839 AND 1841 in Pennsylvania Samuel R. Coats b: 1841 in Pennsylvania Laura Coats b: BET 1843 AND 1844 in Pennsylvania Esther L. Coats b: BET 1845 AND 1846 in Pennsylvania Dan Coats b: 1848 in Pennsylvania Milton E. Coats b: 1850 in Pennsylvania Rufus Frank Coats b: 24 FEB 1853 in Pennsylvania Thomas Coats b: abt 1845 in Pennsylvania
69. Children of John Goodrich and Elizabeth, his 1st wife: 3. Elisabeth2, b. Nov. 2, 1645; m., 1664, Daniel Rose. + 4. John2, b. Sept. 8, 1647; m. Mary (???). 5. Mary2, b. Dec. 15, 1650; m., 1677, Thomas Read, Jr., Sudbury, Mass. 6. Joseph2, b. Jan. 10, 1653; d. Oct. 11, 1680, Sudbury, Mass.; no children. + 7. Jonathan2, b. Oct. 23, 1657; m. Abigail Crafts. 8. Hannah2, b. Feb. 3, 1659; m. 1st, 1679, Zachariah Maynard, Sudbury, Mass.; 2d, Isaac Heath.
70. Children and spouses from Genealogical Notes of New York and New England Families Page 338
71. Census Records.
72. Social Security Death Records.
73. 1900 Census Records. Home Ywp, Neywago
74. 1900 Census Records.
75. not listed in 1920 census
76. 1900 Census Records. Home Ywp, Neywago
77. Census Records.
78. Social Security Death Records.
79. Children Annet Coats b: 1830 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Elizabeth Coats b: 1832 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Cynthia Coats b: 1833 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Julia Coats b: 1835 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York Mary Coats b: 1838 in Manlius, Onondaga Co., New York
80. Allyn3 Goodrich (John2, William1), born Nov. 13, 1690; died April 8, 1764; resided in Wethersfield and Farmington, Conn.; married first, Dec. 29, 1709, Elizabeth Goodrich (No. 54); she died Aug. 25, 1726; married second, Dec. 10, 1729, Hannah Seymour, born March 28, 1707, daughter of Samuel Seymour and Hannah North. Children by 1st wife: 76. Elisabeth4, b. Oct. 19, 1710. + 77. Elisha4, b. Sept. 2, 1712; m. Rebecca Seymour. 78. Abigail4, b. Dec. 14, 1714; d. Jan. 21, 1809; m., Dec. 26, 1734, Elijah Hart, son of Dea. Thomas Hart and Mary Thompson, b. June 18, 1711, d. Aug. 3, 1772. + 79. Jedediah4, b. July 24, 1717; m. Mercy Hooker. + 80. Samuel4, b. April 23, 1720; m. Martha Langdon. 81. John4, b. Feb. 17, 1723; d. June 12, 1727. 82. Allen4, b. Aug. 18, 1726; d. young. Children by 2d wife: + 83. John4, b. March 26, 1734; m. Hannah Dewey. + 84. Asahel4, b. Sept. 13, 1736; m. 1st, Abigail Gilbert; 2d, Sarah Woodruff. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
81. Missaukee death records and tombstone
82. Children and spouses from Genealogical Notes of New York and New England Families Page 338
83. SEE NOTES Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
84. He is a cousin
85. Information from Enos back to Richard Goodrich was provided by Wilma Goodrich goodrich@btc-bci.com wife of Byron Goodrich Jr, who was a descendant of John C Goodrich.
86. 1860 Cass County Jefferson Twp Census Records
87. Ephraim3 Goodrich (Ephraim2, William1), born Dec. 21, 1693; died Aug. 12, 1771; resided in Glastonbury, Conn.; married, July 10, 1715, Hannah, daughter of James Steele and Ann Welles, born March 18, 1697. Children: 126. Abigail4, b. July 10, 1716. + 127. James4, b. Jan. 21, 1718; m. (???) (???). + 128. Charles4, b. Nov. 9, 1720; m. Mary Belden. + 129. Ephraim4, b. Sept. 29, 1722; m. Rebecca Goodrich. 130. Hannah4, b. May 16, 1725. 131. John4, b. Sept. 12, 1727. + 132. Ashbel4, b. Dec. 13, 1729; m. (???) (???). + 133. Abner4, b. Dec. 29, 1733; m. (???) (???). 134. Mary4, b. June 15, 1735. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
88. LUCILE GOODRICH b: 1888 in ARLINGTON TWP, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN Married Roy Eib FERN M GOODRICH b: ABT 1886 in , VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN married Charles Leonard 13 Aug 1908 in COLUMBIA TWP, CASS, MICHIGAN FLOSSIE GOODRICH b: 1887 in ARLINGTON TWP, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN 1 WILBUR WILLIAMS b: 1887 Married: 13 Aug 1902 in PAW PAW, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN LESTER GOODRICH b: 1889 in ARLINGTON TWP, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN married Marie Unknown CHILD GOODRICH b: 7 Aug 1895 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN ARTHUR GOODRICH b: 16 Sep 1895 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN 1 MABEL E FLECKINSTINE b: 7 Apr 1900 in CHICAGO, COOK, ILLINIOS Married: 23 Feb 1918 in , VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN EARL GOODRICH b: 1898 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN md N.N. Cassada MELVIN EUGENE GOODRICH b: 7 Oct 1900 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN md N.N. Abbott BYRON MILFORD GOODRICH b: 3 Jul 1903 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN GALE R GOODRICH b: 7 Apr 1904 in COLUMBIA TWP, CASS, MICHIGAN Death: 3 Sep 1955 in HEINZ, ILLINIOS Living GOODRICH
89. Missaukee County records
90. Missaukee County records Book 6-74 West Branch Twp, 5401 Walker, Missaukee County, Michigan and Social Security Death Index
91. The settlement formerly known as Reeder was incorporated as a village under the name of Lake City. in 1887. It is now a pretty place of nearly eight hundred people. Lake City is a leading receiving and shipping station on the Grand Rapids & Indiana line, the productions of the surrounding country being largely confined to potatoes and fruit. Its industries are a glove factory, and flour and saw mills. The Lake City State Bank is capitalized at $20,000, while the Missaukee County Bank (not incorporated) has a capital of $10,000. As the county seat and a place which enjoys an especially healthful location, Lake City has long added to its other attractions and advantages. It is lighted by electricity and has also a good system of waterworks. Its churches include Catholic, Free Methodist, Methodist, Presbyterian and United Brethren, and its Union school is well deserving of the hearty support it receives. Of the higher departments of the village system of public education the high school has an enrollment eighty-two pupils and the County Normal of twenty. Grammar, intermediate and the primary grades embrace the remainder of the village pupils, whose total enrollment is two hundred and eighty-two
92. uncle tom died of appendix he had two and the doctors didn't know until it was to late he was married to della campbell and they had four children jim of lake city jane of lake city wendy of lake city and lisa of lake city 7/1/01 4:40:23 AM Mountain Daylight Time From: elocaroc@juno.com (cora m cole)
93. John1 Goodrich, born in England, probably in or near Bury St. Edmonds, County Suffolk; came to America and first appears on the Coll. Rec. of Conn. (Hartford), Nov. 10, 1643; juryman, Dec. 4, 1645, March 4, 1646, Sept. 7, 1648; held lands in Wethersfield in 1644; married first, Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. Edwards, 1645; she died July 5, 1670; he married second, Mary, daughter of Nathaniel Foote and Elizabeth Deming, and widow of John Stoddard, April, 1674; she was born in 1623. John Goodrich died in Wethersfield, April, 1680, and his widow married Lieut. Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Conn. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
94. Children of John Goodrich and Elizabeth, his 1st wife: 3. Elisabeth2, b. Nov. 2, 1645; m., 1664, Daniel Rose. + 4. John2, b. Sept. 8, 1647; m. Mary (???). 5. Mary2, b. Dec. 15, 1650; m., 1677, Thomas Read, Jr., Sudbury, Mass. 6. Joseph2, b. Jan. 10, 1653; d. Oct. 11, 1680, Sudbury, Mass.; no children. + 7. Jonathan2, b. Oct. 23, 1657; m. Abigail Crafts. 8. Hannah2, b. Feb. 3, 1659; m. 1st, 1679, Zachariah Maynard, Sudbury, Mass.; 2d, Isaac Heath.
95. 1860 Cass County Jefferson Twp Census Records
96. 1860 Census: Leonard Goodrich (51 NY abt 1809) Ann (47NY) ****Wealthy (F:19 ILL abt 1841] Henry (17 Ill) Adeline (14 Mich) Next to them William Leonard (see Mary Leonard)
97. marjorie goodrich bowman died in 1995 she had no berth children but adopted suzanne and was married and devorced from steve bowman of merritt. she is burried in missaukee county she was married again at time of death i will have to look up her last name i am just writing from memory 7/1/01 4:40:23 AM Mountain Daylight Time From: elocaroc@juno.com (cora m cole)
98. SEE NOTES Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
99. Richard3 Goodrich (Ephraim2, William1), born Feb. 27, 1685; died April 7, 1759; resided in Middletown, Conn.; married first, May 18, 1709, Hannah, daughter of Dr. Chas. Bulkley, born in 1690, died Sept. 23, 1720; married second, April 23, 1721, Mehitable, daughter of Samuel Boardman, born Jan. 20, 1703. Children by 1st wife: 114. Anna4, b. March 6, 1710; m., July 2, 1730, Stephen Miller. 115. Richard4, b. July 13, 1712; d. Sept. 1, 1714. 116. Sarah4, b. July 6, 1715; m., Sept. 12, 1734, William Tryon. + 117. Gershom4, b. March 5, 1717; m. Elizabeth Savage. + 118. Richard4, b. July 22, 1719; m. Martha (???). Children by 2d wife: + 119. Charles4, b. June or Dec. 28, 1721; m. Susanna Bacon. + 120. Joshua4, b. March 3, 1723; m. Hannah Bliss. 121. Solomon4, b. June 18, 1725; d. young. + 122. Solomon4, b. June 6, 1726; m. Sarah (???). + 123. Zacheus4, b. Feb. 28, 1731; m. 1st, Rachel Cornwell; 2d, Abiah Stocking. 124. Eunice4, b. Sept. 3, 1734. 125. Peter4, b. Oct. 2, 1737; m. Silence (???), who was b. in 1739 and d. Aug. 11, 1763. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
100. uncle tom died of appendix he had two and the doctors didn't know until it was to late he was married to della campbell and they had four children jim of lake city jane of lake city wendy of lake city and lisa of lake city 7/1/01 4:40:23 AM Mountain Daylight Time From: elocaroc@juno.com (cora m cole)
101. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
102. William1 Goodridge, probably from Bury St. Edmunds, County Suffolk, England; went to Watertown, Mass., where he was admitted freeman in 1642; his homestead of five acres was probably in or near the north boundary of Mt. Auburn Cemetery; inventory of his estate dated April 3, 1647. His widow Margaret married John Hull of Newbury, Mass., where she went with her Goodridge children; Mr. Hull died Oct. 1, 1670; she died Feb. 3, 1683. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
103. See Notes Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
104. William3 Goodrich (Ephraim2, William1), born Feb. 21, 1697; died Sept. 16, 1787; resided in Glastonbury, Conn.; married, April 4, 1728, Rachel, daughter of Capt. Thomas Savage, born in 1703, died Sept. 20, 1787. Children: + 135. William4, b. Jan. 25, 1729; m. 1st, Mehitable (???); 2d, Mary Hollister. + 136. Stephen4, b. March 2, 1732; m. Dorothy (???). + 137. Elisha4, b. May 27, 1734; m. Lucy Goodrich (No. 147). + 138. Ephraim4, b. June 15, 1737; m. Penelope Tryon. + 139. TWINS | Jehiel4, b. Sept. 16, 1741; m. Prudence Miller. 140. | Jemima4, b. Sept. 16, 1741; m., Feb. 19, 1767, Thomas Hollister. 141. Mary4, b. Nov. 18, 1745; m., Jan. 14, 1767, Thomas Matson. 142. Rachel4, b. Oct. 13, 1747. + 143. Micah4, b. Dec. 13, 1749; m. Elisabeth Hills. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
105. LDS Files, IGI Record, M518832. and Van Buren Marriages ******1 GOODRICH WILLIAM - GOODRICH COLBURN CORA - COLBURN VAN BUREN
106. Missaukee County records
107. Missaukee County records Book 6-74 West Branch Twp, 5401 Walker, Missaukee County, Michigan and Social Security Death Index
108. The settlement formerly known as Reeder was incorporated as a village under the name of Lake City. in 1887. It is now a pretty place of nearly eight hundred people. Lake City is a leading receiving and shipping station on the Grand Rapids & Indiana line, the productions of the surrounding country being largely confined to potatoes and fruit. Its industries are a glove factory, and flour and saw mills. The Lake City State Bank is capitalized at $20,000, while the Missaukee County Bank (not incorporated) has a capital of $10,000. As the county seat and a place which enjoys an especially healthful location, Lake City has long added to its other attractions and advantages. It is lighted by electricity and has also a good system of waterworks. Its churches include Catholic, Free Methodist, Methodist, Presbyterian and United Brethren, and its Union school is well deserving of the hearty support it receives. Of the higher departments of the village system of public education the high school has an enrollment eighty-two pupils and the County Normal of twenty. Grammar, intermediate and the primary grades embrace the remainder of the village pupils, whose total enrollment is two hundred and eighty-two
109. William1 Goodrich, born in England, probably in or near Bury St. Edmunds, County Suffolk; brother of John1; probably came to America at the same time as his brother. The first entry on the Conn. Records relative to him is that of his marriage to Sarah Marvin, in 1648; he was not admitted as a freeman of Connecticut till May 15, 1656, and was probably younger than his brother John; he was deputy from Wethersfield in the general court held at Hartford, May 15, 1662, and also one of the grand jury; is officially mentioned in the Col. Rec. of Conn., Vol. II., p. 17, "Mr. Samuel Wells is confirmed in the place and office of a Lieutenant to ye Train Band of Wethersfield, and William Goodrich, Ensigne"; General Assembly at Hartford, May 11, 1663; is also called "Ensign William Goodrich" in 1676, just after the close of King Philip's war. He married Sarah, daughter of Matthew Marvin of Hartford and his wife Elizabeth, Oct. 4, 1648; he died in 1676, and his widow married Capt. Wm. Curtiss of Stratford, Conn., where she died in 1702. Lafayette Wallace Case, Goodrich Family in America, (Chicago: Fergus Printing Co., 1889), "Electronic."
110. Subj: Re: Colburn/Coburn Genealogy Date: 1/28/02 4:52:43 PM Mountain Standard Time From: jac204@hotmail.com To: RussBruce@aol.com Sent from the Internet (Details) I don't have that part of the family computerized yet, but I can tell you that Cornelius'first wife (and Eliphalet's mother) was Abigail Greenslit. They were married April 20, 1757. His second wife was Rachel Robinson. This comes from the Colburn/Coburn Genealogy. I'll try to get more to you as I get it on my database.
111. Twin
112. Census Records. 1850 Allen County, Perry Twp
113. from "Clarice" Date: 2/23/02 2:55:40 PM Mountain Standard Time From: Koolgen@cs.com To: RussBruce CC: Koolgen@cs.com
114. from LDS files John HIBBIT Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Margaret KNOTTS Marriage: 24 Feb 1831 Stark, (Near Canton) Ohio Source Information: Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type M514301 1809-1870 0897628 V. A-C
115. Census Records. 1850 Allen County, Perry Twp
116. Census Records. 1850 Allen County, Perry Twp (twin)
117. Census Records. 1850 Allen County, Perry Twp
118. Subj: Rosella (Rosa) Hibbits Date: 2/10/01 1:58:04 PM Mountain Standard Time From: Koolgen@cs.com To: RussBruce Russ, Ida is my biological grand mother...she married Clarence Marion Cole. Clarence Marion also married Inez, 10 years after her sister died in childbirth with my father Clarence George. Ida and Clarence had 3 children: Frederick DeForest Cole b. in Michigan and died at the age of 14 in Wash....Lulu May b. in WA and Clarence George b. in WA in 1906. Inez had 1 daughter from her 1st marriage to Will Brahmer...her name was Vida. Vida married William Tetzlaff.. All of the descendents of these families now reside in WA. ST. Most are in the greater Seattle area. I am the youngest of the 1st cousins. Oldest is now 86 and Im 58. I have a few letters one of which mentions Rose or is from Rose who was married to a Mr. Fraselbee or traselbee (hee). Handwriting is difficult to read. Ethel May was married to a Lee (unknow last name) and Gertrude Vivian was married to a Mr. Mann. Clairice
119. LDS Files, IGI Record.
120. Biteley 1889 - 1949 Bitely 1949 - By Terry E. Wantz Biteley Post Office was established on Sept. 19th., 1889. It was named after Stephen Bitely, who had a large sawmill here. There was a large logging operation going on in this area. At one time the settlement had a population of over 500 people. It had a bank, blacksmith shop, lumber and supplies company, produce warehouse, hotels, several general stores, and a livery. The first Postmaster was Archer D. Martin. The Postal Service Department added a "e" to the spelling of the name when the post offices was established. Many people used the right spelling for years including the Postal Services, as I have a 1909 post mark spell "Bitely". The Postal Services did finally corrected the spelling to Bitely on Nov. 1st., 1949. Some people also spell the name as "Bitley" such as the Oceana County Road Commission. They have a sign in their county north of Walkerville with a arrow pointing to Bitely, spell "Bitley" There is also a picture of the Bitely Depot with the name Bitely on the front of the depot and Bitley written on the bottom of the picture. Bitely is still a Post Office as of today with a ZIP Code of 49309
121. Ohio Marriages 1851-1900 Family Tree Maker CD
122. Samuel N. Hibbits, 35, m, w, works in sawmill b. Ohio Lucina, 32, F, w, keeps house, b. Ohio Anna M. (this is a child from 1st marriage) 15, F, w. b. Ohio William E., 11, M, w. works on farm b. Ohio Rosella J. 6, F, w, b. ohio Florence M., 2, f, w, b. ohio leola 4/12, f. w, b. ohio viola, 4/12, f. w, b. ohio
123. Ohio Marriages 1851-1900 Family Tree Maker CD
124. Lieut. John1 Hollister, one of the first settlers of Wethersfield, who is said to have been born in England about 1612, and to have come to America about 1642. Savage says, "Weymouth, freeman 10 May 1643 was Representative in March, 1644, in Mass., and November of the same year in Conn. He removed to Wethersfield, where he had been in 1642 when son John was born to him, as is said, strange as his residence seems at that day." The Treat Family says, p. 33, but probably wrongly, "There is reason, however, for thinking that there were two John Hollisters in New England at the same time, one at Weymouth, who afterward returned to England, and the other at Wethersfield." It is generally considered, however, that it was the same John Hollister. The Hollister Family, by L. W. Case, M.D., says, p. 19, that he was "one of the most prominent and influential men of Wethersfield and the Connecticut Colony. His name first appears in the annals of that Colony as juror of the particular court held March 2, 1642. He was admitted freeman in 1643; was a deputy from Wethersfield to the Conn. General Court 1644, 1645, 1650, 1653, 1654, 1655, 1656, 1657, 1658, 1659, 1661. Lieutenant in April, 1657. Rev. John Russell had been a witness against him in a lawsuit, testifying in a way that was severely criticised by Lieut. Hollister. Russell excommunicated him without a hearing, 1656, and refused to give his reasons. Hollister's History of Conn. says, "Had Russell been anxious to test the practical workings of his plan of church government, he could hardly have chosen a more favorable subject than one of Captain Mason's military officers--a gentleman of undoubted probity, an experienced member of the General Court, and a man not likely to be outdone by Russell in the steadiness of his purposes." "Besides his own natural force of character, Hollister had married a daughter of Richard Treat, Esq., one of the most formidable opponents in the colony." The result of this quarrel was the withdrawal of Russell to Massachusetts, and the founding of Hadley, 1659. Lieutenant Hollister was appointed Collector in Wethersfield, March 14, 1660. He was a large land owner in Wethersfield. He married JOANNA, daughter of HON. RICHARD TREAT, SR., of Wetherfield, and his wife, ALICE GAYLORD. He died April, 1665, between 13th and 20th. His widow died in October, 1694. He left five sons Autobiography of W S Tyler, DD,LLD Pg 263
125. 78 Mary, 79 John, 80 Thomas, 81 Joseph, 82 Lazarus, born 83 Stephen, 84 Elizabeth, 85 Sarah,
126. Connecticut Puritan Settlers Page 588 "CHARLET, WIDOW, m. Richard Haughton at Boston, and removed to Pequot, his house-lot granted on Foxen's Hill, N. London, in 1651. (Caulk., p. 75.) On Aug. 19, 1658, Uncas gave a deed to Haughton of Massapeag Neck, a fine tract of land on the river, within the bounds of Mohegan proper. He had eight children; Robert, Joseph and John, probably by a former wife. Richard Haughton d. at Wethersfield in 1682, where he was at work as a shipwright. Mr. R. Houghton and Katherine, former wife of Nicholas Charlet or Chelet, were recently married when they first went to N. London, and she had two daughters by a former husband: Elizabeth, b. July 15, 1645, and Mary, whose joint portion was œ100, 3s. His other five children were by his second wife, viz., Sampson and James; daughters, Abigail, m. Thos. Leach, Katherine, m. John Butler, and Mercy, m. Sam'l Bill. Richard's wife Katherine"
127. 1860 Cass County Jefferson Twp Census Records
128. Van Buren Marriage Records
129. from death noitce in the Clare newspaper. Date from cemetery plot.
130. born presumably in England, perhaps about 1630, died in Albemarle (Chowan) County, N.C., (before 27 Mar.) 1680; married HANNAH [perhaps PRESTON, daughter of William and Mary ((???)) Preston], who died before 21 Oct. 1701, having married second, John Curtis, born at Stratford, 14 Oct. 1642, died at Newark, N.J., 17 Sept. 1704, son of Sergt. John and Elizabeth ((???)) Curtis. The name of the mother of the two children of Abraham recorded in New Haven is not stated. In view of the long gap between these two children and the later three recorded at Stratford, it is possible that they were by a former wife who died. However, Hannah is the only wife who appears of record, and since the elder of the two girls born in New Haven was named Hannah, there is no reason to doubt that Hannah was mother of all the children. The three younger children entered in Stratford records were stated to have been born in Albemarle County, Carolina. Abraham must have been living there in 1672 when his father made his will, and the will suggests a lack of confidence in Abraham's ability or sense of responsibility, since the residue of the estate was left to Abraham's wife Hannah for her daughter Mary. It also is to be deduced that the older children had died and that only Mary was then living; Sarah and Abraham were born after the will was made. There was no daughter Abigail (born 1670, married Ebenezer Blackman) as stated in Orcutt's History of Stratford and repeated in some other printed sources. No such birth is recorded; Ebenezer Blackman married Abigail Curtis, not Kimberly; and the settlement in the deeds, mentioned below, implies that no children of Abraham and Hannah were living in 1701 except Mary, Sarah and Abraham. Records of the Superior Court of Chowan County, at Edenton, N.C., show that in 1670 Abraham Kimberly was sworn in Court to appraise the worth of a boat. On 27 Mar. 1680, administration on his estate was granted to Mr. Joshua Lambe and Mr. William Therrill. As the record calls him "of this county," it appears that he died in North Carolina. [North Carolina Historical Register, 1:136, 138.] Furthermore, there is no settlement of his estate in Connecticut. It is certain that Hannah returned to Stratford with the children and had their births entered there, probably because they would be the chief heirs of their grandfather Kimberly. On 21 Oct. 1701, John Blakeman, Sr., of Stratford, and Benjamin Hurd of Woodbury, "legatees of our late mother Hannah Curtiss deceased by virtue of Marriage with our prsent wives the daughters of ye said Hannah deceased," conveyed to "our loving Brother Abraham Kimberly of Stratford all our right in ye dwelling house & home lot in Stratford, which did belong to our said Mother." [Stratford Deeds, 2:396.] Hannah may have died some years before 1701, for John Curtis of Newark had a living wife Hannah when he made his will 11 Sept. 1704. [N. J. Archives, 23:124.] Jacobus, Donald, Genealogy of the Kimberly Family, (Menasha, Wisconsin: George Banta Publishing Company, 1950.).
131. SEE NOTES Jacobus, Donald, Genealogy of the Kimberly Family, (Menasha, Wisconsin: George Banta Publishing Company, 1950.), pg 15-18.
132. He served as Deputy for Glastonbury, May and Oct. 1761, Oct. 1762, May 1763, Oct. 1764, May 1765, Oct. 1766, Jan. and May 1767, May and Oct. 1768, Jan., May and Oct. 1769, May and Oct. 1770, May and Oct. 1771, May and Oct. 1772, and May 1773. Although elected to the last-named session, and his name entered, his death occurred shortly before the Assembly met. He was also a Justice of the Peace from 1761 until his death. [Conn. Col. Rec. 11:493, 497, 569; 12:6, 74, 121, 125, 246, 295, 341, 345, 456, 493, 540, 546; 13:1, 7, 92, 123, 169, 173, 234, 283, 288, 358, 414, 418, 511, 571, 575; 14:2, 71.] Administration on his estate was granted, 1 June 1773, to Mary Kimberly, with Samuel Gibson of Glastonbury as surety. The inventory included a large library of classical and legal books. Distribution was made, 21 Oct. 1785, to the widow, Mrs. Mary Kimberly, and the children: Mary wife of Mr. Samuel Gibson, Rhoda wife of Mr. Jonathan Covell, Elizabeth wife of Mr. Isaac Tryon, Miss Prudence Kimberly, Miss Chloe Kimberly, Sarah wife of Mr. Elizur Goodrich, Miss Abigail Kimberly, Miss Ruth Kimberly and Lucretia wife of Mr. Thomas Hubbard. Mary Kimberly was listed at Glastonbury in the 1790 Census, with two females besides herself. Pg 33-34
133. See Notes Jacobus, Donald, Genealogy of the Kimberly Family, (Menasha, Wisconsin: George Banta Publishing Company, 1950.).
134. Jacobus, Donald, Genealogy of the Kimberly Family, (Menasha, Wisconsin: George Banta Publishing Company, 1950.), Pg23-25.
135. from LDS files John HIBBIT Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Margaret KNOTTS Marriage: 24 Feb 1831 Stark, (Near Canton) Ohio Source Information: Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type M514301 1809-1870 0897628 V. A-C
136. Census Records. 1850 Allen County, Perry Twp
137. Census Records. 1850 Allen County, Perry Twp (twin)
138. Father: HENRY CLAY LEEDY b: 20 Nov 1846 in ELKHART, INDIANA Mother: MARY LORENTZ b: 4 Jul 1846 in LANCASTER, LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA
139. LUCILE GOODRICH b: 1888 in ARLINGTON TWP, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN Married Roy Eib FERN M GOODRICH b: ABT 1886 in , VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN married Charles Leonard 13 Aug 1908 in COLUMBIA TWP, CASS, MICHIGAN FLOSSIE GOODRICH b: 1887 in ARLINGTON TWP, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN 1 WILBUR WILLIAMS b: 1887 Married: 13 Aug 1902 in PAW PAW, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN LESTER GOODRICH b: 1889 in ARLINGTON TWP, VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN married Marie Unknown CHILD GOODRICH b: 7 Aug 1895 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN ARTHUR GOODRICH b: 16 Sep 1895 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN 1 MABEL E FLECKINSTINE b: 7 Apr 1900 in CHICAGO, COOK, ILLINIOS Married: 23 Feb 1918 in , VAN BUREN, MICHIGAN EARL GOODRICH b: 1898 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN md N.N. Cassada MELVIN EUGENE GOODRICH b: 7 Oct 1900 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN md N.N. Abbott BYRON MILFORD GOODRICH b: 3 Jul 1903 in Breedsdville, Van Buren Co, Michigan, MICHIGAN GALE R GOODRICH b: 7 Apr 1904 in COLUMBIA TWP, CASS, MICHIGAN Death: 3 Sep 1955 in HEINZ, ILLINIOS Living GOODRICH
140. 1860 Cass County Jefferson Twp Census Records Living with John & Mary Goodrich
141. 1860 Cass County Jefferson Twp Census Records
142. Missaukee County records information given by Freeman Curtis who lived in Fowlerville
143. She was the author of a book entitled, "Mirror of Modestie," published in London in 1621. A second and very rare edition was published in 1719. She died May 3, 1621, aged thirty-three
144. CHILDREN: NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIAGE Elizabeth cir 1623-1625, Plymouth 31 May 1717, Little Compton, RI William Pabodie, 26 December 1644, Duxbury John cir 1626, Plymouth 14 March 1701/2, Boston Elizabeth (Phillips) Everill, 1 April 1660, Boston Joseph aft. 22 May 1627 8 February 1696/7, Bridgewater Mary Simmons Sarah aft 22 May 1627 bef 13 June 1688 Alexander Standish Jonathan cir 1632 14 February 1696/7, Duxbury Abigail Hallett, 10 December 1672, Duxbury Ruth unknown 12 October 1674, Braintree John Bass, 12 May 1657, Braintree Rebecca bef 1649 aft 13 June 1688 Thomas Delano, bef 30 October 1667 Mary unknown aft 13 June 1688 unmarried Priscilla unknown aft 13 June 1688 unmarried David cir 1646 between 5 June 1718 and 1 April 1719 Mary Southworth
145. CHILDREN: NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIAGE William probably Dorking, Surrey, England 12 February 1672, Braintree, MA (1). name unknown (2). Ann (---) Bell Sarah probably Dorking, Surrey, England after 1621 Mr. Blunden, before 1621 Priscilla probably Dorking, Surrey, England between 1650 and 1687 John Alden, c1623, Plymouth Joseph probably Dorking, Surrey, England cir. April 1621 unmarried
146. Thomas Townsend (1594-1677), from Eng. to Lynn, Mass., ca. 1637, m Mary Newgate (d l692); ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM, Frederick Virkus Pg 3067
147. LDS Files, IGI Record.
148. Information from Richard A Dutton Rootsweb "Dick Dutton's Master File"
149. taken from many genealogies in ROOTSWEB. But there is no proof that this John is the father of Walter and Abraham
150. Hortense Wilkinson, COATS, COATES, MAPES, PALMER, GRAY AND OTHERS.
151. Information from Richard A Dutton Rootsweb "Dick Dutton's Master File"
152. Children of Walter Palmer and Rebecca Short are: i. Hannah Palmer, born Abt. 1630; married Roger Sterry 27 December 1671; born Abt. 1630 in England. ii. Rebecca Palmer, born Abt. 1634 in Stonington, New London, Conn; married (1) John Baldwin; born Abt. 1624; married (2) Elisha CHEESBROUGH 20 April 1665 in Stonington, New London, Conn; born Bef. 4 June 1637 in Boston, Massachusetts; died 1 September 1670. 1 iii. Gershom (Deacon) Palmer, born Abt. 1644; married Ann DENISON 28 November 1667 in Stonington, New London, Conn.
153. Children Eleanor Rose b: abt 1840 in Indiana Rosella Rose b: abt 1843 in Indiana Sarah Rose b: abt 1846 in Indiana Lindon W. Rose b: abt 1852 in Indiana Lawyer B. Rose b: abt 1854 in Indiana
154. LDS Files, IGI Record.
155. 1860 Cass County Jefferson Twp Census Records
156. LDS Files, IGI Record.
157. Oralnd Sharpe added the "e" in Sharpe in the 1930s after a family dispute with his brother Delmar, no one has heard from Delmar since. His last known address was Texas. Orland was a master of a lost trade, Stone masonary. Orland laid the stone on the Roscommon State Bank, the stone work on the Pines Theatre in Houghton Lake as well as a show of his beautiful carpentry within the theatre. His stone work appears on many business' and residential structure around Houghton Lake.
158. Children of Walter Palmer and Rebecca Short are: i. Hannah Palmer, born Abt. 1630; married Roger Sterry 27 December 1671; born Abt. 1630 in England. ii. Rebecca Palmer, born Abt. 1634 in Stonington, New London, Conn; married (1) John Baldwin; born Abt. 1624; married (2) Elisha CHEESBROUGH 20 April 1665 in Stonington, New London, Conn; born Bef. 4 June 1637 in Boston, Massachusetts; died 1 September 1670. 1 iii. Gershom (Deacon) Palmer, born Abt. 1644; married Ann DENISON 28 November 1667 in Stonington, New London, Conn.
159. Knighted by Henry VII
160. Bruce, Russell Genealogy. (This is Russ's ancestor)
161. Thomas Townsend (1594-1677), from Eng. to Lynn, Mass., ca. 1637, m Mary Newgate (d l692); ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM, Frederick Virkus Pg 3067
162. Biteley 1889 - 1949 Bitely 1949 - By Terry E. Wantz Biteley Post Office was established on Sept. 19th., 1889. It was named after Stephen Bitely, who had a large sawmill here. There was a large logging operation going on in this area. At one time the settlement had a population of over 500 people. It had a bank, blacksmith shop, lumber and supplies company, produce warehouse, hotels, several general stores, and a livery. The first Postmaster was Archer D. Martin. The Postal Service Department added a "e" to the spelling of the name when the post offices was established. Many people used the right spelling for years including the Postal Services, as I have a 1909 post mark spell "Bitely". The Postal Services did finally corrected the spelling to Bitely on Nov. 1st., 1949. Some people also spell the name as "Bitley" such as the Oceana County Road Commission. They have a sign in their county north of Walkerville with a arrow pointing to Bitely, spell "Bitley" There is also a picture of the Bitely Depot with the name Bitely on the front of the depot and Bitley written on the bottom of the picture. Bitely is still a Post Office as of today with a ZIP Code of 49309
163. Friday, January 14, 2000 Subject: Travelbee name Posted by: Cynthia Norman Travelbee Message: You are correct that the name Travelbee comes from the German name, Driebelbis.At least that is true in our family. My husband's family is descended from Peter Philip Driebelbis. He entered the US through Ellis Island.
164. Peter DREIBELBIS Sex: M Birth: 1 Feb 1776 Richmond Twp, Berks, Pennsylvania Parents: Father: Abraham DREIBELBIS Mother: Anna Margaret ROTHERMEL Peter DREIBELBIS Birth: 21 Apr 1815 Northumberland, Pennsylvania Father: Peter DREIBELBIS Mother: Maria E. ENGLE Peter H. DREIBELBIS Sex: M Birth: 14 Mar 1821 Richmond Twp, Berks, Pennsylvania Father: Jacob M. DREIBELBIS Mother: Elizabeth H. HEFFNER Peter DREIBELBIS Birth: 14 Aug 1837 Richmond Twp, Berks, Pennsylvania Father: Martin DREIBELBIS Mother: Hannah ROTHERMEL Peter DREIBELBIS Birth: Abt. 1828 Of, South Bend, Saint Joseph, Indiana Film Number: 2078061 Peter DREIBELBIS Marriage(s): Spouse: Susan BAUGHMAN M: 25 Sep 1862 Medina, Ohio Source Information:M514183 1855-1864 0423819 V. CC1 LDS Files, IGI Record.
165. LDS Files, IGI Record.
166. Biteley 1889 - 1949 Bitely 1949 - By Terry E. Wantz Biteley Post Office was established on Sept. 19th., 1889. It was named after Stephen Bitely, who had a large sawmill here. There was a large logging operation going on in this area. At one time the settlement had a population of over 500 people. It had a bank, blacksmith shop, lumber and supplies company, produce warehouse, hotels, several general stores, and a livery. The first Postmaster was Archer D. Martin. The Postal Service Department added a "e" to the spelling of the name when the post offices was established. Many people used the right spelling for years including the Postal Services, as I have a 1909 post mark spell "Bitely". The Postal Services did finally corrected the spelling to Bitely on Nov. 1st., 1949. Some people also spell the name as "Bitley" such as the Oceana County Road Commission. They have a sign in their county north of Walkerville with a arrow pointing to Bitely, spell "Bitley" There is also a picture of the Bitely Depot with the name Bitely on the front of the depot and Bitley written on the bottom of the picture. Bitely is still a Post Office as of today with a ZIP Code of 49309
167. Born 1616, in Pitminster, England, and came to this country with her father; married, probably in the year 1637, JOHN DEMING, a Weathersfield, Conn., settler in 1635, and brother of Elizabeth Deming, who married Nathaniel Foote. (See Foote Family, No. 1, page 346.) Mr. Deming was often a representative of that town to the General Court from 1649 to 1661. He was a patentee in the Royal Charter of 1662. His will, bearing date June 26, 1690, was entered for probate in 1705, and he is supposed to have died about that time. In the will five sons and five daughters are mentioned; some of the daughters, however, only by their husbands' names Hodge Genealogy Pg 361
168. information re chilrens from Genealogical Notes Author: Nathaniel Goodwin Call Number: R929.1G657 This book contains the history and genealogy of many families including the Goodwin family to settle in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Bibliographic Information: Goodwin, Nathaniel. Genealogical Notes. Genealogical Publishing Co. Baltimore. 1982.
169. Captain James Treat, born 1634, Somerset county, England, married, January 26, 1664-5, Rebecca Lattimer, born October 6, 1646. They were married at Wethersfield, Connecticut. He died February 12, 1708-9. He was deputy 1657-58-61-69; member of governor's council 1696-97-98; captain 1672. Son of Richard Treat, baptized August 28, 1584, Pitminster, England, married in Pitminster, England, April 27, 1615, Alice Gaylord baptized May 10, 1594, daughter of Hugh Gaylord, who was buried in Pitminster, England, October 21, 1614. Richard Treat was deputy to general court 1644 to 1658 (fourteen years); one of the incorporators named in charter of Connecticut, 1662, by Charles II. He died 1669-70 at Wethersfield, Connecticut. Rebecca Lattimer, born October 6, 1646, died April 2, 1734. Was the daughter of John Lattimer, a first settler of Wethersfield, allowed by general court, as trooper, March 11, 1657-8 Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey Vol 1 Page 258
170. 78 Mary, 79 John, 80 Thomas, 81 Joseph, 82 Lazarus, born 83 Stephen, 84 Elizabeth, 85 Sarah,
171. LEONARD CHESTER, from England. Second Generation, Capt. John Chester, born August 1, 1635, married Eunice Welles. Third Generation, Thomas Chester, born March 23, 1662; married December 10, 1684, Mary Treat, born October 8, 1666, daughter of Richard Treat, who married (???), 1661, Sarah Coleman, daughter of THOMAS COLEMAN from England. Thomas Chester died December 4, 1712. Mrs. Mary Chester died January 1, 1748, aged eighty-two. The Descendants of John Porter, Volume I Pg 136
172. Richard Treat, baptized August 28, 1584, Pitminster, England, married in Pitminster, England, April 27, 1615, Alice Gaylord baptized May 10, 1594, daughter of Hugh Gaylord, who was buried in Pitminster, England, October 21, 1614. Richard Treat was deputy to general court 1644 to 1658 (fourteen years); one of the incorporators named in charter of Connecticut, 1662, by Charles II. He died 1669-70 at Wethersfield, Connecticut
173. Father: Robert (TROTT)TREAT b: 1538 in South Trundle, Pitminster, Somersetshire, England Mother: Honor TREAT b: 1535 in Pitminster, Somersetshire, England
174. Children. 70 Samuel, bap. October 19, 1645, at New-Haven. 71 Sarah, born May 24, 1647, at New-Haven. 72 Ebenezer, born 1649, at New-Haven. 73 Matthew, born May 9, 1650, at New-Haven. 74 Hannah, born June 21, 1651, at New-Haven. 75 Rachel, born July 29, 1652, at New-Haven. Supposed to have died before her father, as she is not mentioned in her father's will, which is dated May 19, 1673. 76 Jonathan, born 77 Mary, born Genealogical Notes Author: Nathaniel Goodwin Call Number: R929.1G657 Bibliographic Information: Genealogical Publishing Co. Baltimore. 1982.
175. Children. 86 John, born November 10, 1653, at Middletown. 87 Sarah, born June 30, 1655, at Middletown. 88 Jonathan, born January 9, 1657, at Middletown. 89 Susannah, born October 26, 1658, at Middletown. 90 Samuel, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 91 Robert, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 92 Joseph, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 93 William, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 94 Mary, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 95 Elizabeth, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably
176. estimated
177. Estimated.
178. From a register on the Treat Ancestry provided by Gordon A. Hamilton(gah@psu.e du) and annotated by Tom Lynch (tomlynch@csusm.edu) 1996. Much of this inform ation is available in the LDS Family Search Ancestry Register Thanks to Rootsweb participant:Samuel C. Bourke
179. estimated
180. Estimated.
181. Had two spouses, It is not clear which is mother of Richard.
182. Estimated.
183. CHILDREN: NAME BIRTH DEATH MARRIAGE William probably Dorking, Surrey, England 12 February 1672, Braintree, MA (1). name unknown (2). Ann (---) Bell Sarah probably Dorking, Surrey, England after 1621 Mr. Blunden, before 1621 Priscilla probably Dorking, Surrey, England between 1650 and 1687 John Alden, c1623, Plymouth Joseph probably Dorking, Surrey, England cir. April 1621 unmarried
184. 1900 census records
185. Missaukee County records died at Traverse City State Hospital
186. 1900 Census Records. Home Ywp, Neywago
187. Census Records.
188. Social Security Death Records.
189. Lucina Coats Gilbert N. Coats b: 22 OCT 1810 in Oneida Co., New York Martin Coats b: abt 1828 in Pennsylvania Harriet Coats Laura Coats b: abt 1830 in Ohio Aurilla Coats b: in New York Fanny Coats Sophronia Coats Alvin Coats Cynthia Coats J. W. Coats
190. Estimated.
191. estimated
192. Estimated.
193. Sheldon Coates b: abt 1814 in New York Lysander Coats b: abt 1816 in Pennsylvania or Buffalo, NY Jerome Bonaparte Coates b: SEP 1823 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania Charles William Coates b: 7 MAR 1828 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
194. Charles Noyce Coats b: 1840 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Sylvester Coats b: 1841 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Millicent "Millie" Almena Coats b: 21 OCT 1843 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Hannah Elizabeth Coats b: 17 JUL 1845 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Aaron Daniel Coats b: 7 NOV 1847 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Rufus Allen Coats b: 31 JUL 1849 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Orrin F. Coats b: 14 JUL 1851 in DeKalb Co., Indiana Hortense Lillian Coats b: 17 OCT 1864 in Bureau Co., Illinois
195. Mr. Webster was son of John Webster, one of the first settlers of Hartford, and Hadley, Mass.
196. Children. 86 John, born November 10, 1653, at Middletown. 87 Sarah, born June 30, 1655, at Middletown. 88 Jonathan, born January 9, 1657, at Middletown. 89 Susannah, born October 26, 1658, at Middletown. 90 Samuel, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 91 Robert, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 92 Joseph, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 93 William, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 94 Mary, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably. 95 Elizabeth, born [no date,] at Hartford, probably
197. have also seen his wife and Martha's mother the name ANNIS JAQUITH
198. Children Ann Coats b: 1818 Sarah Ann Coats b: 2 SEP 1819 in New York Cynthia A. Coats b: abt 1824 in New York Pamela Coats b: abt 1827 in New York Evanelus Coats b: abt 1829 in New York Mary C. Coats b: abt 1831 in New York Augustus Coats b: abt 1838 in New York
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