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fined on April 22, 7 1 / 2 lbs., while his son, David, was fined 5 at the same time. May 7 Casper Sherfe was fined 7 !4 lbs., but on June 18 it was reduced to 4. (26) John Stoner was fined June 4, 5 lbs. April 12, (230) Michael Wine was fined 6 1 / 2 lbs., but it was reduced to 5 14.
I visited the Historical Society of Carroll County, MD on 11/11/2016. In a file cabinet there was several documents from others who have been researching the Scherffig family. I had photo copies made for adding to my research.
Giving credit to those who contributed to these files:
History by Steven K. Sherfey 7/28/04
William Emory Sherfey, Council Grove, Morris County, Kansas - Who in 1903 had in possession the German Family Bible and thence to his son, Solomon Rand Sherfey in 1920
Robert B. Sherfy September 1995

 
SCHERFFIG, Casper (I2279)
 
2 Mary C Onstott married her second cousin Christopher Columbus Sherfey. Common ancestor is Casper Scherffig and Magdalena Heilman. ONSTOT, Mary Catherine (I711)
 
3 1st Lord Manor House Robert Livingston the Elder (December 13, 1654 - October 1, 1728) was a New York colonial official, and first lord of Livingston Manor. He married Alida Schuyler (widow of Nicholas Van Rensselaer) in 1679. He was the father of nine children, including Philip, Robert and Gilbert. He was also uncle of Robert Livingston the Younger, grandfather of Philip Livingston and William Livingston. He served as Secretary for Indian Affairs from 1695 until his death 1st Lord Manor House Robert Livingston the Elder (December 13, 1654 - October 1, 1728) was a New York colonial official, and first lord of Livingston Manor. He married Alida Schuyler (widow of Nicholas Van Rensselaer) in 1679. He was the father of nine children, including Philip, Robert and Gilbert. He was also uncle of Robert Livingston the Younger, grandfather of Philip Livingston and William Livingston. He served as Secretary for Indian Affairs from 1695 until his death LIVINGSTON, Robert 1st Lord (I462)
 
4 2nd Lord Manor House Upon the death of his father, Robert Livingston the Elder, he became the Secretary of Indian Affairs, as well as the second Lord of Livingston Manor. 2nd Lord Manor House Upon the death of his father, Robert Livingston the Elder, he became the Secretary of Indian Affairs, as well as the second Lord of Livingston Manor. LIVINGSTON, Phillip 2nd Lord (I191)
 
5 3rd Lord of Manor House LIVINGSTON, Robert 3rd Lord (I1624)
 
6 ??? History of Bedford, New Hampshire FROM: History of Hillsborough County New Hampshire EDITD BY: GEORGE S. CONOVER COMPILED BY D. HAMILTON HURD PUBLISHED BY J. W. Lewis & Co. PHILADELPHIA: 1885 Typed by: Sharon Pustejovsky PATTEN, John (I492)
 
7 A Marriageable Young GirlJeanne-Angelique Briere (1640-1711)Jeanne-Angelique Briere was born about 1640 in the Parish of St-Saveur, Paris, Ile de France, France; the daughter of Adrien Briere and Marguerite La Varenne. She arrived in the Quebec Colony as a Filles A Marier, contracted to be the bride of Adrien Sedilot They were married September 22, 1661 at Ville De Quebec. Jeanne-Angelique was already widowed from Andre Longtin, with whom she had a son Jerome. He accompanied her to New France where he was married to Marie-Catherine Gouard St. Marie. They had ten children before her death on June 09, 1703. Jerome died on June 13, 1723. Jeanne's new husband was a carpenter, born on December 18, 1639 in Quebec; the son of Louis Sedilot and Marie-Marguerite Grimoult Jeanne-Angelique died on June 11, 1711, and Adrien on March 01, 1715. They do not appear to have had any children. BRIERE, Jeanne Angélique (I1475)
 
8 abt 5'11", weight 160 lbs sandy complexion, brown hair, fine athlete played running back on the high school football team. TRUMP, Harold Franklin (I625)
 
9 Amy married 1. Johnny Brunner 2. Jesse Crabtree, 20 years 3. Joseph Polorny 4. John Simon Zboncak, 13 Years. she divorced both Johnny & Joe. She was widowed by Jesse & John. 5 children by Jesse Crabtree no issued by other marriages. LIVINGSTON, Amy Belle (I742)
 
10 Backus Family History http://backushistory.info/getperson.php?personID=I1151&tree=backus1 BACKUS, Henry Clay (I1721)
 
11 Biography
Catherine originally came to Canada as a "fille du roi", or "King's daughters" - women who agreed to travel to the new settlements in North America and marry a settler there in exchange for a 50 pound dowry from the French King. Of the nearly 1000 women who undertook the journey, about 800 made it to Canada.
They made contracts of marriage with the men who had originally settled the New World and usually married within a few days or weeks of the contract signing. Often the women broke the contracts, only to remake them or make new contracts with other men. Catherine had second thoughts and broke her contract before finally marrying Pierre Duchesne dit LaPierre
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Rivet-52#R14


King's Daughters
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http://www.fillesduroi.org/src/kings_daughters.htm

 
RIVET, Catherine (I1608)
 
12 Birth: 1725Death: 1780 The dates of birth and death are approximate. Jacob is probably the immigrant, who signed his name in old German script, when he witnessed a deed for George and Deborah Boone in Berks Co., PA in 1740. He may have been living in Exeter Twp, Berks Co. at the time. The first documented record of Jacob is in Berks Co., PA, per Berks Co. PA tax lists 1759-1765. There were two Fix families in Berks Co. One is the family of Lorentz (from Germany) and the other Jacob, the weaver. It is probably more than coincidence that Jacob and Lorentz were both in Berks Co., PA in the same time frame, but no one has proved a relationship. The name Lorentz or Lawrence never appears in our FIX family lines. Some say they think Jacob came from Germany, while others mention Alsace, but so far, no one has proven anything in that regard. Per VA Tithable lists 1769-1775, Jacob was in Loudoun Co. VA. It is unknown when he left Virginia. It would appear that Jacob went from Berks Co., PA to Loudoun Co. between 1765 and 1769. He was on the Tithables until 1775 and perhaps longer, but some of the lists are missing. Jacob was probably in Augusta Co., VA, at the time of his son Phillip's marriage. 1793 Lorentz was in PA (cmb) so this would probably not be our line; Birth: 1725Death: 1780 The dates of birth and death are approximate. Jacob is probably the immigrant, who signed his name in old German script, when he witnessed a deed for George and Deborah Boone in Berks Co., PA in 1740. He may have been living in Exeter Twp, Berks Co. at the time. The first documented record of Jacob is in Berks Co., PA, per Berks Co. PA tax lists 1759-1765. There were two Fix families in Berks Co. One is the family of Lorentz (from Germany) and the other Jacob, the weaver. It is probably more than coincidence that Jacob and Lorentz were both in Berks Co., PA in the same time frame, but no one has proved a relationship. The name Lorentz or Lawrence never appears in our FIX family lines. Some say they think Jacob came from Germany, while others mention Alsace, but so far, no one has proven anything in that regard. Per VA Tithable lists 1769-1775, Jacob was in Loudoun Co. VA. It is unknown when he left Virginia. It would appear that Jacob went from Berks Co., PA to Loudoun Co. between 1765 and 1769. He was on the Tithables until 1775 and perhaps longer, but some of the lists are missing. Jacob was probably in Augusta Co., VA, at the time of his son Phillip's marriage. FIX, Jacob (I1960)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1903)
 
14 Charter members of the Eastern Star and became a Mason Shriner. Township Trustee, as a Democrat abt 1923 Held office for 8 years. Charter members of the Eastern Star and became a Mason Shriner. Township Trustee, as a Democrat abt 1923 Held office for 8 years. Charter members of the Eastern Star and became a Mason Shriner. Township Trustee, as a Democrat abt 1923 Held office for 8 years. GUNNELS, Leo Jack (I66)
 
15 Cherokee Lady? JACK, Rebeca (I1113)
 
16 Christopher Columbus Sherfey married his second cousin Mary C Onstott. Common ancestor is Casper Scherffig and Magdalena Heilman. SHERFEY, Christopher Columbus (I1976)
 
17 Cornelius was marr: to a women named Meribah Perry. The Perry line leads to another Mayflower family. The Brewster family. PERRY, Meribah (I314)
 
18 DAR Patriot for Alexandra Bhatnagar & Tamarlee Trump HASSLER, Michael (I10)
 
19 DAR Patriot for Cynthia Bhatnagar Fought in the American Revolution we can apply for DAR and SAR POWERS, Captain Josiah (I1950)
 
20 Digitized by Google Source (S174)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I245)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I297)
 
23 Edwin Richard Goodwater was a hired hand for George Edward Goodwater.and married Georges' daughter Florence. Florence and Edwin are second cousins Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002), Ancestry.com, Year: 1930; Census Place: Motley, Morrison, Minnesota; Roll: 1108; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0028; Image: 337.0; FHL microfilm: 2340843. Edwin Richard Goodwater was a hired hand for George Edward Goodwater.and married Georges' daughter Florence. Florence and Edwin are second cousins Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002), Ancestry.com, Year: 1930; Census Place: Motley, Morrison, Minnesota; Roll: 1108; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0028; Image: 337.0; FHL microfilm: 2340843. GOODWATER, Edwin Richard Sr (I958)
 
24 Family history is that he was at the Battle of the Bulge during WWII. Sailed home after the war on the Queen Mary. Family history is that he was at the Battle of the Bulge during WWII. Sailed home after the war on the Queen Mary. YOUNG, Ivan LeRoy (I1509)
 
25 Family story tells that Raynond was born before his parents were married. His mom Eva went to Grand Forks to be with her mom to have a child, then later married Tracy Charles Noel. Family story tells that Raynond was born before his parents were married. His mom Eva went to Grand Forks to be with her mom to have a child, then later married Tracy Charles Noel. NOEL, Raymond (I1978)
 
26 FamilySearch. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Database. https://familysearch.org/. Source (S158)
 
27 Fields of Conflict: The Sherfigh Property before 1742
https://npsgnmp.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/fields-of-conflict-the-sherfigh-property-before-1742/


November : Lincoln's elegy at Gettysburg
http://www.worldcat.org/title/november-lincolns-elegy-at-gettysburg/oclc/50174755


 
SHERFY, Jacob (I2327)
 
28 FindAGrave: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?

page=gr&GRid=126036610&ref=acom

History of Bonneau family in French book: Ils Sont Venus Naguere: Les Bonneau En Amerique Du Nord by Louis Phillippe Bonneu http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bonneau-146 
BONO BONNEAU GOODWATER, Benjamin (I165)
 
29 FindAGrave: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=137103808&ref=acom FIX, Harold Lavern (I1559)
 
30 From Bertha May Purdy book Taken a homestead 8 miles southwest of stockton. Bertha May Purdy and her parents and siblings moved in with her grandparents on her mothers side for a short while. Research Checklist Name: Vitals: Birth: Marriage: Death: US Census Records: 1830: 1840: 1850: 1860: 1865 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1865 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1865_7; Line: 31 1870: 1880; Census Place: Hobart, Rooks, Kansas; Roll: 395; Family History Film: 1254395; Page: 491B; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 0408 1890: 1895 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1895 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: v115_112; Line: 25 1900 Census Place: Ross, Osborne, Kansas; Roll: 493; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0111; FHL microfilm: 1240493 1905 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1905 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1905_118; Line: 33 1906 Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=136000270&ref=acom State/County Census; Agriculture, Mortality, & Slave Schedules: Birth Records: Birth Certificate: Delayed Birth Certificate: Baptism/Christened: Adoption: Death Records: Death Certificate: Funeral Home: Obituary: Cemetery: Gravestone: Marriage Records: Marriage Certificate: License: Newspaper: Divorce Decree: Divorce Petition: Military Records: Branch of Service: Enlistment Card: Wars Fought: Pension Applicaton: Widow´s Pension: Probate Records: Will/Administration: Property Inventory: Guardianship: Estate Sales: Land Records: Deeds: Abstracts: Plat Map/County Map: Land Patents/Grants: Other Records: Social Security No.: Church Membership: Family Bible Record: Passenger List: Immigration: Naturalization: City Directories: Voting Records: Tax Lists: Court Records: Children´s Vital Records: From Bertha May Purdy book Taken a homestead 8 miles southwest of stockton. Bertha May Purdy and her parents and siblings moved in with her grandparents on her mothers side for a short while. look at plainville ks Research Checklist Name: Vitals: Birth: Marriage: Death: US Census Records: 1830: 1840: 1850: 1860: 1865 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1865 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1865_7; Line: 31 1870: 1880; Census Place: Hobart, Rooks, Kansas; Roll: 395; Family History Film: 1254395; Page: 491B; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 0408 1890: 1895 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1895 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: v115_112; Line: 25 1900 Census Place: Ross, Osborne, Kansas; Roll: 493; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0111; FHL microfilm: 1240493 1905 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1905 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1905_118; Line: 33 1906 Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=136000270&ref=acom State/County Census; Agriculture, Mortality, & Slave Schedules: Birth Records: Birth Certificate: Delayed Birth Certificate: Baptism/Christened: Adoption: Death Records: Death Certificate: Funeral Home: Obituary: Cemetery: Gravestone: Marriage Records: Marriage Certificate: License: Newspaper: Divorce Decree: Divorce Petition: Military Records: Branch of Service: Enlistment Card: Wars Fought: Pension Applicaton: Widow´s Pension: Probate Records: Will/Administration: Property Inventory: Guardianship: Estate Sales: Land Records: Deeds: Abstracts: Plat Map/County Map: Land Patents/Grants: Other Records: Social Security No.: Church Membership: Family Bible Record: Passenger List: Immigration: Naturalization: City Directories: Voting Records: Tax Lists: Court Records: Children´s Vital Records: From Bertha May Purdy book Taken a homestead 8 miles southwest of stockton. Bertha May Purdy and her parents and siblings moved in with her grandparents on her mothers side for a short while. look at plainville ks Research Checklist Name: Vitals: Birth: Marriage: Death: US Census Records: 1830: 1840: 1850: 1860: 1865 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1865 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1865_7; Line: 31 1870: 1880; Census Place: Hobart, Rooks, Kansas; Roll: 395; Family History Film: 1254395; Page: 491B; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 0408 1890: 1895 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1895 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: v115_112; Line: 25 1900 Census Place: Ross, Osborne, Kansas; Roll: 493; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0111; FHL microfilm: 1240493 1905 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1905 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1905_118; Line: 33 1906 Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=136000270&ref=acom State/County Census; Agriculture, Mortality, & Slave Schedules: Birth Records: Birth Certificate: Delayed Birth Certificate: Baptism/Christened: Adoption: Death Records: Death Certificate: Funeral Home: Obituary: Cemetery: Gravestone: Marriage Records: Marriage Certificate: License: Newspaper: Divorce Decree: Divorce Petition: Military Records: Branch of Service: Enlistment Card: Wars Fought: Pension Applicaton: Widow´s Pension: Probate Records: Will/Administration: Property Inventory: Guardianship: Estate Sales: Land Records: Deeds: Abstracts: Plat Map/County Map: Land Patents/Grants: Other Records: Social Security No.: Church Membership: Family Bible Record: Passenger List: Immigration: Naturalization: City Directories: Voting Records: Tax Lists: Court Records: Children´s Vital Records: From Bertha May Purdy book Taken a homestead 8 miles southwest of stockton. Bertha May Purdy and her parents and siblings moved in with her grandparents on her mothers side for a short while. look at plainville ks Research Checklist Name: Vitals: Birth: Marriage: Death: US Census Records: 1830: 1840: 1850: 1860: 1865 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1865 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1865_7; Line: 31 1870: 1880; Census Place: Hobart, Rooks, Kansas; Roll: 395; Family History Film: 1254395; Page: 491B; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 0408 1890: 1895 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1895 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: v115_112; Line: 25 1900 Census Place: Ross, Osborne, Kansas; Roll: 493; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0111; FHL microfilm: 1240493 1905 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1905 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1905_118; Line: 33 1906 Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=136000270&ref=acom State/County Census; Agriculture, Mortality, & Slave Schedules: Birth Records: Birth Certificate: Delayed Birth Certificate: Baptism/Christened: Adoption: Death Records: Death Certificate: Funeral Home: Obituary: Cemetery: Gravestone: Marriage Records: Marriage Certificate: License: Newspaper: Divorce Decree: Divorce Petition: Military Records: Branch of Service: Enlistment Card: Wars Fought: Pension Applicaton: Widow´s Pension: Probate Records: Will/Administration: Property Inventory: Guardianship: Estate Sales: Land Records: Deeds: Abstracts: Plat Map/County Map: Land Patents/Grants: Other Records: Social Security No.: Church Membership: Family Bible Record: Passenger List: Immigration: Naturalization: City Directories: Voting Records: Tax Lists: Court Records: Children´s Vital Records: From Bertha May Purdy book Taken a homestead 8 miles southwest of stockton. Bertha May Purdy and her parents and siblings moved in with her grandparents on her mothers side for a short while. look at plainville ks Research Checklist Name: Vitals: Birth: Marriage: Death: US Census Records: 1830: 1840: 1850: 1860: 1865 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1865 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1865_7; Line: 31 1870: 1880; Census Place: Hobart, Rooks, Kansas; Roll: 395; Family History Film: 1254395; Page: 491B; Enumeration District: 270; Image: 0408 1890: 1895 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1895 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: v115_112; Line: 25 1900 Census Place: Ross, Osborne, Kansas; Roll: 493; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0111; FHL microfilm: 1240493 1905 Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; 1905 Kansas Territory Census; Roll: ks1905_118; Line: 33 1906 Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=136000270&ref=acom State/County Census; Agriculture, Mortality, & Slave Schedules: Birth Records: Birth Certificate: Delayed Birth Certificate: Baptism/Christened: Adoption: Death Records: Death Certificate: Funeral Home: Obituary: Cemetery: Gravestone: Marriage Records: Marriage Certificate: License: Newspaper: Divorce Decree: Divorce Petition: Military Records: Branch of Service: Enlistment Card: Wars Fought: Pension Applicaton: Widow´s Pension: Probate Records: Will/Administration: Property Inventory: Guardianship: Estate Sales: Land Records: Deeds: Abstracts: Plat Map/County Map: Land Patents/Grants: Other Records: Social Security No.: Church Membership: Family Bible Record: Passenger List: Immigration: Naturalization: City Directories: Voting Records: Tax Lists: Court Records: Children´s Vital Records: TILTON, Rosella C (I1466)
 
31 Full text of "History of the San Francisco Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. and its alumni association" https://archive.org/stream/historyofsanfran00curriala/historyofsanfran00curriala_djvu.txt BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 179 NON-GRADUATES 1902. The following non-graduate members of the class of 1902 became ministers: Geo. W. Brown, Delta, Ohio. Elmer E. Fix, Dinuba, Cal. James G. Gillespie, Brooklyn, N. Y. George Stanly, Bushford, Minn. These did not enter the ministry so far as known : Messrs. Albert E. Ballis, David C. Kerr, George R. Kerr, Cornelius H. Spaan and William Marshall. Full text of "Annual catalog of Leander Clark College" http://archive.org/stream/annualcatalogo9596west/annualcatalogo9596west_djvu.txt Elmer E. Fix, B.S., Missionary in Canton, China. Present address, Martinsburg, Indiana. Fannie Heistand Fix, A.B.. Missionary in Canton, China. Present address, Martinsburg, Indiana. FIX, Elmer Elsworth (I671)
 
32 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~katy/walters/b16864.html#P16864 THOMAS WALTERS1,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 was born on 16 January 1727 in Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia. He served in the military in 1777 at Patriot, furnished material aid; took Oath of Allegiance in Revolutionary War. He died before 18 April 1796 at the age of 69 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia.1,12 Thomas Walters Sr said to have been born about 1732 in Scotland [Thomas Walters was not born in Scotland - he was born in Virgina]. Said to have married Lucy Walker in 1752 in Halifax Co VA in some sources. His birth and marriage said to have come from a family Bible, the copy of which is on file at the DAR Library. This does not agree with the record found in Bristol Parish which lists his birth as 16 Jan 1727. Lucy may not be Lucy Walker as other researchers suggest she was Lucy Clement. Thomas's daughter Lucy married a Walker and this may have created the confusion in surnames. [There is some confusion about the Walters generations and all the children named as children of Thomas and Lucy. The list given here seems to be the most complete and is consistent with his Will. There is a wide range of birth years for the children given online - probably guesstimates. Lucy was his wife at the time he wrote his Will.] Lunenburg Co Tax List for 1748 lists Robert and Thomas Walters. One tithe each. Lunenburg Co VA DB 2, p.13027 May 1750 John Waller to Thomas Waters. 30#s. 170 acres on branches of Wallace Creek. Signed: John WallerWit: John (X) Waters, Joel (X) Stone, Zachariah (P) Waller.[Wallace Creek is just N of Staunton River at the NE corner of Halifax Co and just across the river from Swan Creek where John Walters received a grant in 1739 and about 10 miles from the Meherrin where William Walters was located in 1737. In 1765 this area became Charlotte Co.] WALTERS, Thomas (I680)
 
33 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~katy/walters/b16873.html#P16873 File found on WorldConnect has additional information about the Thomas Walters that married Elizabeth Sively/Sievely. Some of the information about this couple has come from an early DAR file that had several errors and seems to be the "source" for the information about the wife of Thomas Walters Jr of Pittsylvania and certainly is an example of mistaken identity. The papers give his birth date as 1757, in England. He's said to have died in 1837 in Huntsville, Madison Co AL. His wife's name is given as "Mary E. Sibley" [note that this name is identical to the supposed wife of Thomas Walters Jr of Pittsylvania Co VA] This lineage has since been discredited by the DAR and any applicants must furnish new proof. The following is known.a. There is no additional proof of his birth date or placeb. He died in Madison Co AL but his will was dated July 10, 1826, filed for probate on Sept 15, 1826, not 1837. It did name his wife as Elizabeth and named sons Thomas, John, and Daniel. Unnamed were another son William and a daughter Sarah. A son George had died as a small child.c. Researchers of the Sibley family have no record of any Mary E., Mary Elizabeth, or Elizabeth that ever married a Thomas Walters.d. Another researcher has found a Military Pay Record for a Thomas Walters who enlisted in 1775 at age 18, serving in the Virginia Infantry. He was living in Shenandoah County. e. Thomas Walters of Shenandoah married Elizabeth Sievely, daughter of a German immigrant who leased land from Lord Fairfax [in Shenandoah] as early as 1761. This was Joseph Sievely whose wife was Catherine, sometimes seen as Catherine Rush - there's no proof of her surname. This Thomas Walters from Shenandoah had a brother John who married Elizabeth Sivley's sister Sarah. These two couples as well as two of the Sivley brothers left Virginia for Jefferson Co TN about 1786-1788. About 1820, Thomas & Elizabeth moved to Madison Co AL where he died. Their surviving children all moved to Fulton Co Illinois. WALTERS, Thomas (I1395)
 
34 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~katy/walters/b17093.html#P16864 The Scottish error:William said to have come from Scotland between 1733-1736 to what would become Halifax Co VA. Parents said to be Archibald Walters & Elizabeth Aittken. Marriage record and baptisms of children found in South Lieth, Midlothian, Scotland.Email of November 2002 from Bill Walters states the following:"My name is William J. Walters of the lineage you have posted as being Scottish. I was researching our family roots in Scotland and found some disturbing information on this Wm Watters/Elizabeth Robertson family. I found Elizabeth's grave in a small town outside of Leith, Midlothian, Scotland. The town is called Restalrig. It has a small church w/ graveyard and Elizabeth's' tombstone is very well intact for it's age. It reads: "Her Lyes Elizabeth Robertson the wife of William Watters who died 6 Mar 1734 at the age of 32 Also four of her sons are buried with her James, Thomas, William, Last is Unreadable. Also Elizabeth Galloway the second wife of William Watters". at the bottom of the tombstone there is a "John Waters" The Parish Records show that William Watters went on to marry a third time to a Margaret Petrie. They had a son in Leith in 1736. This information will show that the William Walters father of our Thomas Walters was not this Scotsman.""I was the one who found the parents of William Watters in Leith, Scotland in 1998. Archibald his father was the Newton Parish Clerk in Midlothian and kept very good records of his family. William Watters and Elizabeth Robertson were married in the Newton Parish Church, and not in Liberton. They had their "Marriage Bonds" read in Liberton prior to their marriage in Newton Parish. Elizabeth's father Rev. John Robertson was the Rector of the Liberton Parish. "Marriage Bonds" was a formal declaration to her home parish to make sure she was not already married to someone else.I met a genealogist/historian by the name of Mr. Arthur in Leith, Scotland on my summer vacation, and we scoured the graveyards there to find more clues to this William Watters. We didn't find anything in Leith so we walked to a small town nearby called Restalrig (He wanted to show me the small chapel there) and that is where we stumbled across Elizabeth Robertson's headstone. I was not prepared for this type of a find!! I sat down in front of the tombstone in the wet grass and just shook my head. I am sorry we are not connected to this family, but I am glad we are getting the facts right. "So the "Scottish connection" is an error. It was significant to me that in all cases this surname was spelled WATTERS in South Leith, but generally found as WALTERS in Brunswick/Halifax VA. Of course this also means that the christenings of the sons John, Archibald, William, James, Thomas, and at least two later Johns cannot be the baptisms of children of William Walters found in Brunswick Co VA WALTERS, William (I679)
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1444)
 
36 http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/Obituaries1920s-1940sT.pdf http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/Obituaries1920s-1940sT.pdf TRUMP, Peter Franklin (I1106)
 
37 http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/WeddingsEngagementsAndAnniversaries1950s-thru-IndexedT.pdf Height about 5'6", weight about 200 lbs, brunet hair, fuddy complexion http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/WeddingsEngagementsAndAnniversaries1950s-thru-IndexedT.pdf Height about 5'6", weight about 200 lbs, brunet hair, fuddy complexion FERGUSON, Phoebe May (I1835)
 
38 http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/WeddingsEngagementsAnniversaries1920s-1940sT.pdf "I had a number of choldhood dieases like red measles and scarlet fever. I had diptheria along with scarlet fever and almost did not make it. Was treated by Dr. Turley. "There was a mix up on the books at the court-house about my name. Up until my sophomore year in college I had thought my legal name was "Doris Leola" Gunnels but Doctor Turley our family doctor called me one afternoon and said he had something to show me. It was the cour house records listing me as Margaret" Gunnels. I was so taken by surprise that when the doctor said he could change it, without anymore ado, I had him change it to "Doris Lee" Gunnels; the name I preferred at tat time. I presume I should have consulted my folks about the change and kept the name Leola, which I disliked intensely" http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/WeddingsEngagementsAnniversaries1920s-1940sT.pdf "I had a number of choldhood dieases like red measles and scarlet fever. I had diptheria along with scarlet fever and almost did not make it. Was treated by Dr. Turley. "There was a mix up on the books at the court-house about my name. Up until my sophomore year in college I had thought my legal name was "Doris Leola" Gunnels but Doctor Turley our family doctor called me one afternoon and said he had something to show me. It was the cour house records listing me as Margaret" Gunnels. I was so taken by surprise that when the doctor said he could change it, without anymore ado, I had him change it to "Doris Lee" Gunnels; the name I preferred at tat time. I presume I should have consulted my folks about the change and kept the name Leola, which I disliked intensely" GUNNELS, Doris Lee (I1868)
 
39 http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/trumpcl.htm http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/BirthsAndAdoptions1920s-1940sT.pdf http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/Birthdays1920s-1940sT.pdf http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/Birthdays1950s-thru-IndexedT.pdf Height abt 6 feet, weight 210 lbs, sandy complexion http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/BirthsAndAdoptions1920s-1940sT.pdf http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/Birthdays1920s-1940sT.pdf http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/PDFs/Birthdays1950s-thru-IndexedT.pdf Height abt 6 feet, weight 210 lbs, sandy complexion TRUMP, Claude Jackson (I566)
 
40 http://www.vanhook.us/histories/SamuelNC.pdf

According to family stories Hannah Higgins was the daughter of James
Higgins and Sarah Stout of Kingston, NJ. Proof of this connection with the Higgins
family has not been found, and the assumption is difficult to prove. James Higgins (son
of Jediah Higgins), who married Sarah Stout was a contemporary of Samuel VanHook.
James was born about 1733/34, he married Sarah Stout in the late 1750s and their
children were born from 1760 to 1779. Their daughter Hannah Higgins was born 4 Jan
1764, so she could not have been Samuels first wife (who was the mother of all his
children and was killed in March of 1780).

Another possibility is that Samuel was married to a Hannah Higgins that would have
been a sister to James Higgins. James Higgins parents were Jediah Higgins and Hannah
Stout, and they did have a daughter named Hannah Higgins born in the late 1720s or
early 1730s. However, she supposedly married a man named Henry Gulick.
There is another intriguing marriage record in New Jersey. On 25 June 1764 a Samuel Hoock of Trenton, New Jersey married Hannah Mount of Burlington [New Jersey Marriages]. It is not clear if this is Samuel VanHook or not. The problem with this record is that the Samuel VanHook, subject of this history, was named in a court case in Orange County, North Carolina in the month before this marriage. Also, in no other record of this period is “Van Hook” spelled “Hoock.” However, during this time “Hoock” was a common anglicized spelling of the German name “Hogh.” But, given the Mount name, it should be noted that in the same area a Matthias Mount was married to a daughter of Frederick DeBow (Deboogh) and Johanna VanHook, and Matthias was an Executor on Lawrence VanHook’s will.



 
MOUNT, Hannah Higgins (I2024)
 
41 I see that Lyle Trump is listed as a sibling of his biological mother, who is listed as his sister---you had to be there to know this (in fact, my father told me this family secret and I met Lyle who was red haired, successful, and handsome), not unusual for a mother to "adopt" the illegitimate son or daughter of her young unmarried daughter, and then the entire family would accept this and the daughter could proceed to find a suitable husband without being tied down with a child,or a scandal. 1910 United States Federal Census shows Lyle as a grandson to Peter Trump I see that Lyle Trump is listed as a sibling of his biological mother, who is listed as his sister---you had to be there to know this (in fact, my father told me this family secret and I met Lyle who was red haired, successful, and handsome), not unusual for a mother to "adopt" the illegitimate son or daughter of her young unmarried daughter, and then the entire family would accept this and the daughter could proceed to find a suitable husband without being tied down with a child,or a scandal. TRUMP, Lyle Franklin (I1803)
 
42 It does not appear to be the same Tilton line from Marthas Vinyard on the Fix line. TILTON, Anna (I1423)
 
43 Jessie may have died during child birth, there is a family hand written record that "Baby died July 12, 1906" GOODWATER, Jessie (I710)
 
44 Large woman standing close to 5' 7" and weighing close to 250 lbs FERGUSON, Lucille Isabell (I969)
 
45 Liberty Hall Governor of New Jersey, William Livingston, who signed the Constitution. The township of Livingston, New Jersey was given its name in his honor,[3] as was Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. The Livingston campus of Rutgers University New Brunswick also was given its name in his honor. His Brother Phillip Livingston - New York signed the Declaration of Independence LIVINGSTON, William S (I470)
 
46 Married her second cousin the family link is: Benjamin Samuel & Truman Lawrence Goodwater were brothers Winfield Scott and George Edward Goodwater are first cousins Cemetery Record Search Search results are listed below. Note that results may take some time to show, especially if you are doing a common name search, i.e. "Smith" or are using a dial-up connection to the internet. First Name Last Name Death Date Lot Number Block Number City County Cemetery Name FLORENCE M GOODWATER 1923 6 E CLEAR LAKE DEUEL LAKEVIEW You can obtain a copy of the cemetery records by : Consult the State Archives fee schedule page concerning research services. Contact the State Archives concerning Cemetery Records requests at archref@state.sd.us. South Dakota State Historical Society 900 Governors Dr. Pierre SD 57501-2217 phone 605-773-3458 fax 605-773-6041 South Dakota State Historical Society Married her second cousin the family link is: Benjamin Samuel & Truman Lawrence Goodwater were brothers Winfield Scott and George Edward Goodwater are first cousins Cemetery Record Search Search results are listed below. Note that results may take some time to show, especially if you are doing a common name search, i.e. "Smith" or are using a dial-up connection to the internet. First Name Last Name Death Date Lot Number Block Number City County Cemetery Name FLORENCE M GOODWATER 1923 6 E CLEAR LAKE DEUEL LAKEVIEW You can obtain a copy of the cemetery records by : Consult the State Archives fee schedule page concerning research services. Contact the State Archives concerning Cemetery Records requests at archref@state.sd.us. South Dakota State Historical Society 900 Governors Dr. Pierre SD 57501-2217 phone 605-773-3458 fax 605-773-6041 South Dakota State Historical Society GOODWATER, Florence Mae (I1636)
 
47 Mayor of Albany, New York from 1699 to 1700 and from 1721 to 1723. His sons included United States Declaration of Independence signer and promoter of the foundation of Columbia University Philip Livingston and United States Constitution signer William Livingston. Van Brugh was one of the last to be interred beneath Albany Dutch Reformed church. Mayor of Albany, New York from 1699 to 1700 and from 1721 to 1723. His sons included United States Declaration of Independence signer and promoter of the foundation of Columbia University Philip Livingston and United States Constitution signer William Livingston. Van Brugh was one of the last to be interred beneath Albany Dutch Reformed church. VAN BRUGH, Pieter (I1159)
 
48 Pearl was first married to Walter Goodwater (Brother to Florence May Goodwater, Edwin Richards first wife) Pearl was first married to Walter Goodwater (Brother to Florence May Goodwater, Edwin Richards first wife) CHRISTIANSON, Pearl (I1776)
 
49 Philip Livingston (1716-78) m. Christina Ten Broeck 1718-1801, sister of Abraham Ten Broeck1734-1810 Abraham was the husband of Elizabeth Van Rensselaer, a sister of patroon Stephen Van Rensselaer II and great-granddaughter of the first native-born mayor of New York City, Stephanus Van Cortlandt. Van Cortlandt was also related to Philipse; Delancy; Izard; Skinner families and to British Generals Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet and Thomas Gage. He was born in Albany, New York, to Philip (1686-1749), 2nd Lord of the Manor. Philip, however, was Lord Livingston's fourth son, and thus could not inherit. The wife of the 2nd Lord of the Manor was a daughter of Albany, New York, Mayor Pieter Van Brugh. On 14 April 1720 he married Christina Ten Broeck, daughter of Dirk and Margarita (Cuyler) Ten Broeck. Their son Philip Philip Livingston's daughter Christina (1774-1841) married John Navarre Macomb (1774-1810) who was the son of Alexander and Catherine (Navarre) Macomb and brother of Major General Alexander Macomb. His brother William Livingston signed the U.S. Constitution LIVINGSTON, Philip (I1389)
 
50 Sept 23, 1777 John Cooley Married Dorothy French; 'B7 Marriage was performed by Clergyman "_ns Par_ons" Recorded in the State of New Hampshire by Clerk of Belmont H.G Adams Oct 13, 1905 'B7 Original data: ``New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.´´ Online index and digital images. New England Historical Genealogical Society. Citing New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records, Concord, New Hampshire. 'B7 Original data:"New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637-1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. ``New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637-1947,´´ database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. ``Marriage Records.´´ New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947 Name: John Cooley Marriage Date: 23 Sep 1777 Event Type: Marriage Clerk's Location: New Hampshire, United States Gender: Male Spouse Name: Dorothy French Spouse Gender: Female FHL Film Number: 1000978 Sept 1836 - Sept 1840 Pension was collected by Widow Dorothy Cooley who died Sept 11, 1840 (need help transcribing additional info) 'B7 Half yearly allowance $17.25 'B7 Name Widow's Name Pension Office City/Town Pension Office State Year range 'B7 John Cooley Dorothy Cooley Portsmouth New Hampshire 1843-1862 'B7 Original data: Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, 23 rolls); Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, Record Group 217; National Archives, Washington, D.C. SAR Membership application Mass Soldiers and Sailors War Records MASS ST S p. 961 COOLEY, JOHN Ancestor #: A025547 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: CORPORAL Birth: 1735 Death: 3-6-1823 OSSIPEE CARROLL CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Pension Number: *S Service Description: 1) CAPT.EVERETT,COL.BEDEL, Pg. 922 The Cooley genealogy : the descendants of Ensign Benjamin Cooley, an early settler of Springfield and Longmeadow, Massachusetts; "Unplaced Cooley's" Sept 23, 1777 John Cooley Married Dorothy French; 'B7 Marriage was performed by Clergyman "_ns Par_ons" Recorded in the State of New Hampshire by Clerk of Belmont H.G Adams Oct 13, 1905 'B7 Original data: ``New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.´´ Online index and digital images. New England Historical Genealogical Society. Citing New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records, Concord, New Hampshire. 'B7 Original data:"New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637-1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. ``New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637-1947,´´ database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. ``Marriage Records.´´ New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947 Name: John Cooley Marriage Date: 23 Sep 1777 Event Type: Marriage Clerk's Location: New Hampshire, United States Gender: Male Spouse Name: Dorothy French Spouse Gender: Female FHL Film Number: 1000978 Sept 1836 - Sept 1840 Pension was collected by Widow Dorothy Cooley who died Sept 11, 1840 (need help transcribing additional info) 'B7 Half yearly allowance $17.25 'B7 Name Widow's Name Pension Office City/Town Pension Office State Year range 'B7 John Cooley Dorothy Cooley Portsmouth New Hampshire 1843-1862 'B7 Original data: Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, 23 rolls); Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, Record Group 217; National Archives, Washington, D.C. SAR Membership application Mass Soldiers and Sailors War Records MASS ST S p. 961 COOLEY, JOHN Ancestor #: A025547 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: CORPORAL Birth: 1735 Death: 3-6-1823 OSSIPEE CARROLL CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Pension Number: *S Service Description: 1) CAPT.EVERETT,COL.BEDEL, Pg. 922 The Cooley genealogy : the descendants of Ensign Benjamin Cooley, an early settler of Springfield and Longmeadow, Massachusetts; "Unplaced Cooley's" Sept 23, 1777 John Cooley Married Dorothy French; 'B7 Marriage was performed by Clergyman "_ns Par_ons" Recorded in the State of New Hampshire by Clerk of Belmont H.G Adams Oct 13, 1905 'B7 Original data: ``New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.´´ Online index and digital images. New England Historical Genealogical Society. Citing New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records, Concord, New Hampshire. 'B7 Original data:"New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637-1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. ``New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637-1947,´´ database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. ``Marriage Records.´´ New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947 Name: John Cooley Marriage Date: 23 Sep 1777 Event Type: Marriage Clerk's Location: New Hampshire, United States Gender: Male Spouse Name: Dorothy French Spouse Gender: Female FHL Film Number: 1000978 Sept 1836 - Sept 1840 Pension was collected by Widow Dorothy Cooley who died Sept 11, 1840 (need help transcribing additional info) 'B7 Half yearly allowance $17.25 'B7 Name Widow's Name Pension Office City/Town Pension Office State Year range 'B7 John Cooley Dorothy Cooley Portsmouth New Hampshire 1843-1862 'B7 Original data: Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, 23 rolls); Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, Record Group 217; National Archives, Washington, D.C. SAR Membership application Mass Soldiers and Sailors War Records MASS ST S p. 961 COOLEY, JOHN Ancestor #: A025547 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: CORPORAL Birth: 1735 Death: 3-6-1823 OSSIPEE CARROLL CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Pension Number: *S Service Description: 1) CAPT.EVERETT,COL.BEDEL, Pg. 922 The Cooley genealogy : the descendants of Ensign Benjamin Cooley, an early settler of Springfield and Longmeadow, Massachusetts; "Unplaced Cooley's" Sept 23, 1777 John Cooley Married Dorothy French; 'B7 Marriage was performed by Clergyman "_ns Par_ons" Recorded in the State of New Hampshire by Clerk of Belmont H.G Adams Oct 13, 1905 'B7 Original data: ``New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.´´ Online index and digital images. New England Historical Genealogical Society. Citing New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records, Concord, New Hampshire. 'B7 Original data:"New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637-1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. ``New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637-1947,´´ database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. ``Marriage Records.´´ New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947 Name: John Cooley Marriage Date: 23 Sep 1777 Event Type: Marriage Clerk's Location: New Hampshire, United States Gender: Male Spouse Name: Dorothy French Spouse Gender: Female FHL Film Number: 1000978 Sept 1836 - Sept 1840 Pension was collected by Widow Dorothy Cooley who died Sept 11, 1840 (need help transcribing additional info) 'B7 Half yearly allowance $17.25 'B7 Name Widow's Name Pension Office City/Town Pension Office State Year range 'B7 John Cooley Dorothy Cooley Portsmouth New Hampshire 1843-1862 'B7 Original data: Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, 23 rolls); Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, Record Group 217; National Archives, Washington, D.C. SAR Membership application Mass Soldiers and Sailors War Records MASS ST S p. 961 COOLEY, JOHN Ancestor #: A025547 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: CORPORAL Birth: 1735 Death: 3-6-1823 OSSIPEE CARROLL CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Pension Number: *S Service Description: 1) CAPT.EVERETT,COL.BEDEL, Pg. 922 The Cooley genealogy : the descendants of Ensign Benjamin Cooley, an early settler of Springfield and Longmeadow, Massachusetts; "Unplaced Cooley's" Sept 23, 1777 John Cooley Married Dorothy French; 'B7 Marriage was performed by Clergyman "_ns Par_ons" Recorded in the State of New Hampshire by Clerk of Belmont H.G Adams Oct 13, 1905 'B7 Original data: ``New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.´´ Online index and digital images. New England Historical Genealogical Society. Citing New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records, Concord, New Hampshire. 'B7 Original data:"New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637-1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. ``New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637-1947,´´ database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. ``Marriage Records.´´ New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947 Name: John Cooley Marriage Date: 23 Sep 1777 Event Type: Marriage Clerk's Location: New Hampshire, United States Gender: Male Spouse Name: Dorothy French Spouse Gender: Female FHL Film Number: 1000978 Sept 1836 - Sept 1840 Pension was collected by Widow Dorothy Cooley who died Sept 11, 1840 (need help transcribing additional info) 'B7 Half yearly allowance $17.25 'B7 Name Widow's Name Pension Office City/Town Pension Office State Year range 'B7 John Cooley Dorothy Cooley Portsmouth New Hampshire 1843-1862 'B7 Original data: Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U.S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury, 1818-1872; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, 23 rolls); Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, Record Group 217; National Archives, Washington, D.C. SAR Membership application Mass Soldiers and Sailors War Records MASS ST S p. 961 COOLEY, JOHN Ancestor #: A025547 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: CORPORAL Birth: 1735 Death: 3-6-1823 OSSIPEE CARROLL CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Pension Number: *S Service Description: 1) CAPT.EVERETT,COL.BEDEL, Pg. 922 The Cooley genealogy : the descendants of Ensign Benjamin Cooley, an early settler of Springfield and Longmeadow, Massachusetts; "Unplaced Cooley's" COOLEY, Corp John (I1732)
 

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