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Smeeton, Lucy, Murph's Road, Zillmere, home duties 
Armitage, Lucy (I3600)
 
102
Smeeton, Lucy, Murph's Road, Zillmere, home duties 
Smeeton, Harold Francis (I3597)
 
103
The second civil sittings of the Supreme Court will bo opened today, before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper). The list of cases is as follows: -John James Walker v. Charles William Walker and Mary Ellen Walker, in which the plaintiff seeks for a declaration that C. W. Walker was lately and M. E. Walker now Is registered proprietor of certain land, and that land is held as to 200 acres upon trust for plaintiff, and as to 51 acres upon trust for the next of kin of the plaintiff's father, who is now deceased.

Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier" Monday 12th May 1913 
Walker, John James (I1288)
 
104
The second civil sittings of the Supreme Court will bo opened today, before his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper). The list of cases is as follows: -John James Walker v. Charles William Walker and Mary Ellen Walker, in which the plaintiff seeks for a declaration that C. W. Walker was lately and M. E. Walker now Is registered proprietor of certain land, and that land is held as to 200 acres upon trust for plaintiff, and as to 51 acres upon trust for the next of kin of the plaintiff's father, who is now deceased.

Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier" Monday 12th May 1913 
Walker, Charles William (I4491)
 
105
The wedding of Mr. George Leonard Macdonald (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A, Macdonald, Witta) and Miss Muriel Winifred Mona Cooke (fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. K. Cooke, Maleny) was solemnised by the Rev. H. K. Cornish at the residence of the bride's parents on April 24. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of cream mylesta over pink, with a pink felt hat swathed with georgette. She carried a bouquet of pink and white cactus dahlias, which was the gift Of Mrs. E. Jolly, Toowong. The matron of honour, Mrs. Allan Cooke (sister-in-law of bride), wore a frock of blue and floral ray de Chine-, trimmed with lace. The duties of groomsman were carried out by Mr. William Cooke (brother of the bride). At the reception at the bride's parents' residence the bride's mother received the- guests wearing navy Marocain with mastic trimmings. On leaving for Brisbane, where their future home will be, the bride wore a frock of beige crepe de Chine, with a hat to tone.

Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier' Wednesday 1st May 1929. 
Family F260
 
106
WEDDING. ARNOLD - ANDERSON. The Right. Rev. Monsignor L. F. McLaughlin, DP., P.P. was the officiating clergyman at a wedding which look place at St. Columba's Church. Charters Towers, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April. The bridegroom, Bernard. Henry Arnold, is the eldest son of Mr. G. H. Arnold, Charters Towers and the late Mrs. Arnold, and the bride Mavis Anderson, only daughter or Mrs. Connors, Charters Towers, and the late Mr. Thorald Anderson. She was given away by her step father. Mr. Connors, and was attired in an ankle length gown of ivory reversible satin, made on classic lines and moulded to the figure, falling In graceful flares to the ankles. The bodice featured the prevailing puff sleeves with tight elbow cuffs, finish ed with tiny bows of satin, which were repeated on the blouse. An embroidered tulle veil, lent by Mrs. Allex. Townsville, was beautified with silver sequins and orange buds and a choice bouquet of white roses and asparagus fern, in sheaf effect was carried. Two maids waited on the bride. Miss Elsie Arnold and Miss Phyllis Arnold (Townsville) respectively, sister and cousin of the bridegroom, both being frocked alike In powder blue organ die gowns with godets of floral, the yoke and puff sleeves, being also of floral and a sash of hand-made roses having a pretty effect. They wore large white picture hats of crinoline straw with relievings of blue flowers, and their bouquets of baby pink and lemon flowers, were tied with blue ribbons. Misses Elva and Jean, Lead better were charming little folk. In their early Victorian frocks of lemon and pink georgette and carried out their duties as train bearers In a cap able manner. Mr. Ernest Arnold at tended his brother as best man, and Mr. Will Florence assisted as grooms man. Miss Ettie Hewitt presided at the organ, and Mr. W. J. Horan rendered an 'Ave Maria' at the signing of the register. Mr. and Mrs. Connors, after the wedding ceremony entertained the guests at a wedding breakfast at their residence In Dan Street Mrs. Connors chose a frock of mauve blue satin beaute, and lace hat to tone, and carried a bouquet of red dahlias and roses, and asparagus fern. A beauUful three tired wedding cake, which stood In the centre of the table was a gift made, and decorated by the bride's mother. Many useful presents were received, including many cheques. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold later left by car for their Future home at Mt. Coolon. The bride was frocked In a chocolate brown ensemble, with green trimmings, and chose a brown hat and bag, which completed the toilette.

Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954)
Friday 21 July 1933

 
Family F3418
 
107
Weddings.

Hon. William Aplin - Miss Isabella Campbell.

In the drawing-room at Camona, Kelvin Grove, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, on Wednesday, 3rd instant, was celebrated the marriage of the Hon. William Aplin, M.L.C. (Messrs. Aplin, Brown, and Co.), of Southwick station, Townsvllle, to Miss Isabella Campbell, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell. Dr. M'Swaine performed the ceremony. The drawing-room was beauti fully decorated with flowers, and over the bride and bridegroom a handsome floral wedding bell was suspended, the artistic work of the bride's nieces (the daughters of Mr. J. D. Campbell). Miss Philp, niece of the bride, was the only bridesmaid, but nine little girls, near relatives of the bride, all attired in white, with dainty poke bonnets of chiffon ornamented with lilies of the valley, carried baskets of rose leaves, which they scattered in the path of the bride as she left for her honeymoon. The bride was attired in a simple gown of white silk muslin over white silk ; picture hat of white straw, with white ribbon bows and ostrich tips ; white flowers beneath the brim, resting on the hair. She wore a diamond and pearl brooch and bracelet, the gift of her sister, Mrs. James Forsyth, and carried a lovely shower bouquet of white flowers, the bridegroom's gift. Miss Philp wore a pretty frock of white Liberty silk, with broad sash of amethyst silk ; delicate gold chain with amethyst and pearl orna- ment, presented to her by the bridegroom. Mrs. Campbell, mother of the bride, a rich costume of black silk relieved by heliotrope. The wedding party was restricted to immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom. The Hon. William and Mrs. Aplin left by the afternoon train for Harlaxton, where they will spend a few days. The bride's travelling dress was of brown summer tweed with skeleton check of blue, made in coat and skirt style, and relieved with a little blue silk ; plain brown straw sailor hat.
The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 13 November 1897 
Family F1661
 
108
Woods, Margaret Elizabeth Allen, Bald Knob, landsborough, home duties
Woods, Sarah Edith, Bald Knob, Landsborough, home duties
Woods, William John, Bald Knob, Landsborough, farmer 
Woods, Margaret Elizabeth Allen (I4465)
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, William John -Q99342 (I4471)
 
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Woods, Joseph Albert - Q100312 (I4475)
 
111




Name: Jens Paulsen
Geschlecht: Mandlig (Männlich)
Art des Ereignisses: begravelse (Bestattung)
Geburtsdatum: 17 Juli
Sterbedatum: ca. 1805
Bestattungsdatum: 19. jul 1805
Bestattungsort: Højer Sogn, Danmark (Dänemark)
Vater: Paul Paulsen
Mutter: Inge Golde
Dänemark, Kirchenregister, 1812-1918 
Paulsen, Jens (I16606)
 
112

"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch

Jerry Donald Smith. Also known as Jerry T Smith; Age 73; Lives in Inman KS; Used to live in Lindsborg KS, Hanford CA-Jerry W Smith. Age 25-29; Lives in Hutchinson KS (12 mi. from Inman). 
Odam, Sharon Lee (I11302)
 
113

1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Harry Bundesen Home in 1920: Rohnerville, Humboldt, California Age: 12 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1908 Birthplace: Montana Relation to Head of House: Son Father's Name: Lauritz Father's Birth Place: Germany Mother's Name: Minnie G Mother's Birth Place: Missouri Marital Status: Single Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes
(This Record is courtesy of Nancy, Wisconsin, USA)  
Bundesen, Harry Peter (I4458)
 
114

A curate and subsequently a canon of Viborg Cathedral
(Wikipedia) 
Christensen Salodin, Jens (I17059)
 
115

Beds Archives BLARS online catalogue has an entry dated June 1750 regarding the manor house at Wymington which includes Debden close, 36 acres, in occupation of John Old, as well as Whitland ditches 15 acres in occ. of John Old. These same locations are mentioned in 1779 regarding the reassignment of a mortgage where they are in occupation of another person. So I imagine that after tenant John Old & then his widow died in 1771 & 1776 the property & grazing rights was taken over by this other person, thus John's hiers including son William did not automatically inherit the tenancy.
RootsChat.Com, » England (Counties as in 1851-1901) » England » Bedfordshire » Bedfordshire Militia Lists
 
Old, John (I10047)
 
116

Child of Emma and John young
Name: Ann Learmouth Young
Birth Date: 11 Apr 1882
Birth Place: Adelaide
Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Father: John Young
Mother: Emma Hall
Page Number: 109
Volume Number: 280
(South Australia Birth Index) 
Hall, Emma (I15353)
 
117

Christina TONER

Died/Interred Fri 19th Jun 1891
Age 52 Years
Birth Year 1839*
Late Residence Benalla
Compartment Church Of England
Section A
Plot Number 168
(Benalla Cemetery Search)

Richard Woods TONER
Died/Interred Mon 2nd Jun 1941
Age 68 Years
Birth Year 1873*
Late Residence Melbourne
Compartment Roman Catholic
Section B
Plot Number 49
(Benalla Cemetery Search)



 
Porter, Christina (I17037)
 
118

DAN BUNDESEN 08/01/1942-08/12/2004
DAD Your life was a blessing Your memory a treasure You are loved beyond words
And sadly missed beyond measure
Published in Bundaberg News Mail on Dec. 8, 2014


 
Bundesen, Dan (I4963)
 
119

David Millie Arnot
David Millie Arnot, one of 290 convicts transported on the Earl Grey, 27 July 1838
Name, Aliases & Gender
Name: David Millie Arnot
Aliases: none
Gender: m
Birth, Occupation & Death
Date of Birth: 17th August, 1807
Occupation: Ag lab
Date of Death: 8th January, 1872
Age: 64 years
Conviction & Transportation
Sentenced to 7 years
Crime: Embezzlement
Convicted at: Perth Court of Justiciary
Sentence term: 7 years
Ship: Earl Grey
Departure date: 27th July, 1838
Arrival date: 21st November, 1838
Place of arrival New South Wales
Passenger manifest Travelled with 289 other convicts
(Convisr Records)

Name: David Arnott
Date: 27 Sep 1837
Place: New South Wales, Australia
Category: Families of Convicts
Title: Applications for Free Passage for Families of Convicts, 1835-1842
Volume Number: 4/2550
New South Wales, Australia, Convict Records, 1810-1891
Convict Ship Earl Grey
Prisoner, seven years from 27 Sep 1937

Name: David Willie Arnott
Immigration Year: 1838
Ticket Date: 12 Dec 1842
Ticket Place: New South Wales, Australia
Vessel: Earl Grey (2)
New South Wales, Australia, Tickets of Leave, 1810-1869

He was tried at Perthshire, 27 Sep 1837

Name: David Millie Arnot
Vessel: Earl Grey
Convicted Date: 27 Sep 1837
Voyage Date: 27 Jul 1838
Colony: New South Wales
Place of Conviction: Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Australian Convict Transportation Registers ? Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868

Prison Hulk
Name: Davd Millie Arnot
Age: 30
Estimated birth year: abt 1808
Date Received: 2 Feb 1838
Ship: Justitia
Place Moored: Woolwich
Date Convicted: 27 Sep 1837
UK, Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books, 1802-1849

Name: Millic David Arnot
[David Millie Arnot]
Age: 32
Birth Year: abt 1806
Birth Place: Fifeshire
Arrival Year: 1838
Arrival State: New South Wales
Ship: Earl Grey 2
Comments: M 4m 1f
Occupation: Bleacher
Australia, Convict Index, 1788-1868

Certificate of Freedom
Name: David Millie Arnot
Age: 39
Birth Year: 1806
Native Place: Fife, Scotland
Arrival Year: 1838
Vessel: Earl Grey
Certificate Date: 10 Feb 1845
New South Wales, Australia, Certificates of Freedom, 1810-1814, 1827-1867

His offence was Breach of Trust, His occupation Bleacher

Name: David Melne Arnot
[David Millie Arnot]
Vessel Name: EarlGrey
Record Type: Application
New South Wales, Australia, Convict Registers of Conditional and Absolute Pardons, 1788-1870

20 Jan 1863

David Milne Arnot, ship Eatl Gey, Scotland, Fife, wife Isabella Smith, number of children applied for, 6, Parish Dysart, Pathhead, Kirkcaldy
New South Wales, Australia, Convict Registers of Conditional and Absolute Pardons, 1788-1870

Children

Name William Arnot
Gender Male
Christening Date 30 Dec 1827
Christening Place DYSART,FIFE,SCOTLAND
Birth Date 06 Dec 1827
Father's Name David Millie Arnot
Mother's Name Isabella Smith
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

Name David Arnot
Gender Male
Christening Date 31 May 1829
Christening Place DYSART,FIFE,SCOTLAND
Birth Date 09 May 1829
Father's Name David Millie Arnot
Mother's Name Isabella Smith
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

Name Euphemia Arnot
Mother's Name Isabella Smith
Gender Female
Christening Date 20 Jun 1831
Christening Place DYSART,FIFE,SCOTLAND
Birth Date 28 May 1831
Father's Name David Millie Arnot
Mother's Name Isabella Smith
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

Name John Arnot
Gender Male
Christening Date 18 Jul 1833
Christening Place DYSART,FIFE,SCOTLAND
Birth Date 03 Jun 1833
Father's Name David Millie Arnot
Mother's Name Isabella Smith
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

Description:

Prisoner name: David Millie Arnot.

Prisoner age: 30.

Prisoner occupation: Bleacher.

Court and date of trial: Perth Circuit Court [Perthshire], 26 September 1837.

Crime: Breach of trust and embezzlement of spindles of flax yarn, property of Patrick Don Swan of Kirkcaldy, merchant, spindles of tow yarn, property of William Boyack of Dundee [Angus], flax spinner, or William Anderson of Dunfermline, manufacturer, and of Andrew Smith of Edinbank, Strathmiglo, Fife, yarn spinner.

Initial sentence: Seven years transportation.

Gaoler's report: Fair character. Reputable connexions.

Annotated: Nil.

Petitioner(s): David Millie Arnot, the prisoner, undersigned by three magistrates, with five certificates, including one signed by Patrick Don Swan, the prosecutor, one signed by seven manufacturers and one by 25 inhabitants of Parkhead and district, testifying to his good character.

Grounds for clemency: The prisoner is of previous good character; has wife and five children under the age of ten; crime committed not for personal gain but to meet obligations of business.

Other papers: Printed indictment. Copy declarations of David Millie Arnot. Covering letter for petition and further letter from Robert Ferguson, Raith and 18 Portman Square. Report on the case from D Boyle, Edinburgh.

Additional Information: Prisoner from Pathhead near Kirkcaldy, with bleach fields in Denburn, Kirkcaldy, Fife. Held first in Kirkcaldy gaol then on Justitia hulk.
Date: 1837 Sep - 1838 Mar
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
(Find My Past)

First name(s) Dd Millie
Last name Arnot
Age 30
Birth year 1807
Year 1837
Date 27 Sep 1837
Prisoner number 3809
Court Perth
Place -
Crime Embezzlement & Fraud
Sentence duration 7Y
Series HO8
Source Home Office: Convict Hulks, Convict Prisons And Criminal Lunatic Asylums: Quarterly Returns Of Prisoners
Piece number 56
Record set England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935
Category Institutions & organisations
Subcategory Prison registers
Collections from Great Britain
England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment, 1770-1935, Findmypast




 
Arnot/Arnott, David Millie (I15887)
 
120

Denmark Census, 1845

Südtondern, , Karlum, Tinningstedt, Hufengebäude, 20, FT-1845, C7827
Hufengebäude 20, Tinningstedt, Karlum, Südtondern
Hans Andresen, 39, Verheir., Erhverv, Hufenbesitzer, Fødested, Schafflund
Frauke Jacobsen, 34, Verheir., seine Ehefrau, Fødested, Tinningstedt
Andreas Andresen, 8,Unverheir., ihre Kinder, Fødested, Tinningstedt
Johanna Christina Andresen, 6, Unverheir., ihre Kinder, Fødested, Tinningstedt
Karsten Jacobsen Andresen, 3, Unverheir., ihre Kinder, Fødested, Tinningstedt
Andreas Andresen, 66, Verheir., Eltern des Hausvaters, Fødested, Wallsbüll Ksp.
Catharina Hansen, 63, Verheir., Eltern des Hausvaters, Fødested, Schafflund  
Jacobsen, Frauke (I16599)
 
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Information corrected by Helen Clarke, - family member.

re:- Removal of a previous marriage entry(There was a marriage between a 'Mary Margaret Winning' to a 'Mr Laaurence' 1926, {this is another family})
___________________________________________________________
Correct entry.....

At her residence on Saturday afternoon Miss Farrington arranged a pre-weddlug tea in honour of Miss Mary Winning, whose marriage to Mr. George Smallhorn will take place shortly. The lounge was decorated with bowls of poinsettia, and the afternoon tea tables were beautified with pink gerberas and statics. Miss Farrington. who was assisted in entertaining by her mother, wore a red floral marocain frock, and Miss Winning chose a tailored skirt and a lemon Jumper made with a cowl neckline.

Transcribed from The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933-1954) Wednesday 20 May 1936  
Family F2409
 
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MARTIN-SINCLAIR-On the 12th January, at
Paringa Station, River Murray, at the residence of
the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. Hodge. Frederick
William, youngest son of Phillip Martin, of Unley, to
Isabella Lilian Helen, second daughter of Donald
Sinclair, Paringa.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, SA., Monday, 10 February 1890

Name: Isabella Lilias Helen Sinclair
Father's name: Donald Sinclair
Spouse Name: Frederick William Martin
Spouse's Father's Name: Philip Martin
Marriage Date: 12 Jan 1890
Marriage Place: Res Of Donald Sinclair Paringa Station
Registration Place: Kapunda, South Australia
Page Number: 282
Volume Number: 162
( South Australia Marriage Index)

MARTIN-SINCLAIR-On the 12th January, at Paringa Station, River Murray, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A. Hodge. Frederick William, youngest son of Phillip Martin, of Unley, to Isabella Lilian Helen, second daughter of Donald Sinclair, Paringa.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, SA., Monday, 10 February 1890  
Sinclair, Isabella Lilian/Lilias Helen (I15841)
 
123

Name: Juliana Croxen
[Juliana Croxon]
Birth Year: abt 1848
Marriage Date: 8 Jun 1869
Parish: Manchester, St Mary, St Denys and St George
Father's name: James Willmott Croxon
Spouse's Name: Henry Burdon
Spouse's Father's Name: John Burdon
Manchester, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1930 (Cathedral)  
Croxen, Juliana (I16125)
 
124

Paul Galbraith
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 83
Given Name Paul
Surname Galbraith
Birth Date 02 Jul 1901
State Virginia
Last Place of Residence Richmond (city), Virginia
Previous Residence Postal Code 23214
Event Date Jul 1984
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch  
Galbraith, Paul F (I15896)
 
125

Possible Death
Monsieur André BLANPIED

Décédé le 24/08/2009, à l'âge de 75 ans.

Avis de décès de Monsieur André BLANPIED, décédé le 24 août 2009 à l'âge de 75 ans
publié le 24/08/2009
modifié le 24/08/2009
consulté 71 fois

Monsieur Alfred BLANPIED
de Vieville-sous-les-Cotes (55210)
le 20/03/2017 à l'âge de 95 ans
publié le 22/03/201

 
Blanpied, André (I12329)
 
126
Death registration:
Catherine Maud James

Birth year:
1909
Death date:
18/01/1990

Mother's name:
Matilda Christina Bundasen

Father/parent's name:
Andrew Frederick Jessen

Registration details:
1990//51212
(Queensland Historical Death Index 1829-1990)
 
Jessen, Catherine Maud (I4183)
 
127
Death registration:
William George Lancaster
Death date:
08/04/1979
Mother's name:
Elizabeth Hold
Father/parent's name:
George Norman Lancaster
Registration details:
1979/B/9514
(Queensland Death Index 1929-1990)

LANCASTER William George
Funeral notice 08 APR 1979
Death , late of Southport, formerly of Portland, Vic
Gold Coast Bulletin 10 APR 1979
The Ryerson Index Online Database  
Lancaster, William George (I5678)
 
128
Inscription for Alma Mary Lawler
Cemetery: Lismore Memorial Gardens NSW
Inscription Id: 9171404
Surname: Lawler
Given Names: Alma Mary
Birth Surname: Nicholls
Birth Date: 1907?
Death Date: 13 Feb 1977
Age: 69
Gender: F
Portion: RC
Row: 8
Spouse Name: Bernard
Father's Name: Michael
Mother's Name: Mary
Remarks: dau/Michael & Mary;
(Photographed and transcribed by: Sandra & Warren Cockbain,
Australian Cemeteries Index) 
Nicholls, Alma Mary (I8780)
 
129
Inscription for Leonard Albury Brown
Cemetery: Bangalow NSW
Inscription Id: 7866565
Surname: Brown
Given Names: Leonard Albury
Birth Date: 1897?
Death Date: 28 May 1975
Age: 78
Gender: M
Military Service no: NX26038
Spouse Name: Elizabeth (O'Brien)
Remarks: NX26038 Pte 2/1 Bn; h/Elizabeth (n?e O'Brien); father
Photographed by: Peter Arthur Transcribed by: Reg & Jean McDonell, Australian Cemeteries Index
 
Brown, Leonard Abury (I8792)
 
130
Marriage
Name: Catherine Old
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 6 Nov 1769
Marriage Place: Wymington, Bedford, England
Spouse: Joseph Parnell
 
Family F3403
 
131
Name: Harriet Louisa Linford
Name: Sam William Trolley
Registration Year: 1902
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration district: St Neots
Inferred County: Huntingdonshire
Volume: 3b
Page: 651
(England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1837-1915)
 
Family F3495
 
132
Name: Henry Dunkley
Gender: Male
Age: Full Age
Marriage Date: 11 Jan 1842
Marriage Place: Flore, Flore, England
Event Type: Marriage
Spouse: Esther Nightingale
Father: Thomas Dunkley
Parish as it Appears: Floore
Register Type: Parish Registers
(Northamptonshire Record Office; Northampton, England; Register Type: Parish Registers; Reference Numbers: 129P/10, Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Marriages, 1754-1912)

Thomas Dunkley was a labourer and his father Thomas Dunkley also a labourer.
John Nightingale, the father of Esther ( Minor age) was also a labourer. Both Henry and Esther were residing in Floore at the time of their marriage.
 
Family F1018
 
133
Possible Father
Name Matthew Moncref Maxwell
Gender Male
Christening Date 30 Oct 1786
Christening Place , ABBEY (PAISLEY), RENFREW, SCOTLAND
Birth Date 14 Oct 1786
Father's Name William Maxwel
Mother's Name Jean Moncref
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

Child of Matthew Maxwell and Jane Wylie
Name Jane Moncrieff Maxwell
Gender Female
Christening Date 01 Aug 1841
Christening Place MIDDLE CHURCH,PAISLEY,RENFREW,SCOTLAND
Birth Date 12 Jul 1841
Father's Name Matthew Maxwell
Mother's Name Jane Wylie
"Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," database, FamilySearch

 
Maxwell, Matthew (I13026)
 
134
Possible Marriage
Name: Hilda Wilson
Date of Registration: Apr-May-Jun 1923
Registration district: Kettering
Inferred County: Northamptonshire
Spouse: Horace S Rose
Volume Number: 3b
Page Number: 407
(England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005)  
Family F3488
 
135
(Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet - Rigsarkivet)

 
Langkilde, Hans Peter (I17590)
 
136
(Cemetery Search) 
Bradley, Joseph Edwin (I15244)
 
137
1) Betty Marie Heiberg Wernberg-M�ller, f�dt 15. marts 1917 i Randers. Gift 19. oktober 1937 med Richard Poul Andersen Kristiansen (f�dt 1904), sognepr�st, fra 1934 i Rold-Vebbestrup, Aalborg Amt.
2) Preben Christian Heiberg Wernberg-M�ller, f�dt 15. februar 1923 i Kerteminde. cand.theol. 19481 (egregie). Lektor i semitisk filologi ved St. Peter'sCollege, Oxford, England.
Aelæge, Amtssygeh
Richard Poul Andersen Kristiansen, 1904, Skræddermester, Fjellerad, Sognepræst, Rold. Sven Kronborg, 1907, Ing., Brønderslev, Reservelæge, Amtssygeh

Richard Poul Andersen Kristiansen, 1904, Skræddermester, Fjellerad, Sognepræst, Rold. Sven Kronborg, 1907, Ing., Brønderslev, Reservelæge, Amtssygeh., Hjørring. Nicolaj
Aalborg Kathedralskole

Aalborg Cathedral School
Richard Poul Andersen Kristiansen 1904 Tailor, Fjellerad Parish Priest, Rold 
Wernberg- Møller, Betty Maria Helweg (I17515)
 
138
1582 student Königsberg, 1589 Kapellan i Højst, 1592 sognepraest i Hojst.


Præst, Bylderup

Enevold Lauridsen (c1605 - 1660), student fra Ribe, immatrikuleret ved Københavns universitet 16. apr. 1627, præst
No 1427. Bylderup,
Slogs Herred, Tønder Amt, Haderslev (Slesvig) Stift.

5. o. 20/1 1631. Enevold Lauritsen fra Ribe, f. c. 05; F. Laurits Enevoldsen af Ullerup-V.; St. Ribe 27; 1 ~ Birgitte Sørensdtr.(?) fra Ribe; 1 S.; 2 ~ c. 35 Katharina Johansdtr. Prætorius af Høist, f. 26/11 15, ? 10/11 01; 7 S., 3 D., der alle tog Navnet Ewald; see N. Ewald i Høist; Etm.; F. Lilius, Diak.*; (Jochum E. i Hviding); Sønnen Laurentius blev P. i Dagebøl; [? 1660; (Krafft. 399; J. 420; Unsterb. Sterbl. II. 60 f.; Pr. Saml. 174); KUM I, s. 82 (»Envald. Lavr. Rip.«); PT 1981, s. 133-143; 1985, s. 202, 206; 1987, s. 81; 9:5 (1932), s. 219 ff.].

6. 17/3 1661. Gjøde (Ægidius) Laurentsen, f. Ribe 7/1 37; F. Laurits Jensen, Stadssecr. og Viinhandler; M. Maren Bertelsdtr. Struck; St. Ribe 56; ~ F. D. Mette Enevoldsdtr. (Ewald), f. c. 15/9 41; vist 2 ~ Catharine Holst; F. Andreas H.; M. Salome Lund af Ulderup; (mindst) 5 S.; see Etm.; Bertel C. G. i Varnæs; Johannes G. i Ravsted; [? 22/7 1698; (J. 420; C. lit. I. 335; Vahl. XIII. 2; Kinch: Ribe II. 255; B.-L. VI. 50 L. 12?13); KUM I, s. 266 (»Ægidius Laurentii Ripensis«); PT 9:5 (1932), s. 220].

7. 1698. F. S. Ewald (Enevold) Gjødesen (Ægidii); ~ Anna Sophie Hansdtr. Nissen, d. 26/3 73; F. H. N., Herredsfgd. i Slogs H.; M. Dorothea Stridebek; (mindst) 1 S., 1 D.; see C. Bluhme, kgl. Confess.; [? 1732; hans Navn paa Kirkeklokken 1711; (J. 420; V. f. K. 2 R. V. 456; Sj. Aarb. 1891 S. 231); DanKir bd. 21, s. 1618 (se nedenfor)]. 
Lauritsen, Enevold (I17104)
 
139
1683 Compastors to Sem as well as the chaplains at the Cathedral) .
[Ribe Herred, County and Diocese]
MS III .; Galthen; Lkm. 6/36.

Ribe.
No 916. Cathrine el. Sortebrødre Kirke. Sognepræster.
[Ribe Herred, Amt og Stift]
M. S. III.; L. S.*; L. P. B. 503; Galthen; Lkm. 6/32; Kbg. 1685.

7. 16 35 [p. Cap. Ø. Egesborg, o. 25/11 33] Jens Hansen Tausan , also P. in Seem, fc 09; St. Ribe 29 ; ~ Kirsten Bertelsdtr. Struck, fc 14, ? 5/7 90; F. BS, Kbmd. and Rdmd. in Ribe; M. Anne Andersdtr. Vedel af Kbh. Hofp. ; [? 13/3 1655; he must be named after Bishop Hans Tausen, but not be related to him ].
KUM I, p. 98 (»Ianus Tavsanus«); PT 8: 6 (1927) pp. 192; Kinch II, pp. 335, 350, 454-456, 543, 583; OD-RFR II, p. 190.

Transcript by Marianne Munk.




J. H. Tausan, r. Cap. t. Ribe Cathr. K

Kjøbenhavn.
No 604. Danske Hofpræster og Hofprædikanter.
[Sokkelunds Herred, Kjøbenhavns Amt, Sjællands Stift]
M. S. 1-a/52; M. 19.

(e). 1568. Mag. Anders Sørensen Wedel (Weile, Wellejus), f. Veile 9/11 42; F. S. Sørensen, Bgmstr.; M. Else el. Sidse (see Wegener om A. S. Wedel S. 10) Andersdtr.; St. Ribe 61; udenlands 2 Gange (den ene med Thyge Brahe 61?63); Mag. i Wittenberg 5/3 66; Cannik i Ribe 13/8 71; 1 ~ 30/6 77 Maren Hansdtr. Svanning, f. c. 61, ? P. 29/7 78; F. Mag. H. S., kgl. Historiograph; M. Marine Sørensdtr.; 2 ~ 20/8 81 Mette Hansdtr. Laugesen af V. Vedsted (F. blev Biskop i Ribe), ? 27/12 33; 6 S., 3 D.; see Søren A. W. til Ribe Dk.; Lauge A. W. t. Ribe Cathr. K.; (M. P. Grum t. Christiansbg. Slotsk.; Hans P. G. i Vilsted-V.; J. H. Tausan, r. Cap. t. Ribe Cathr. K.; H. Pedersen i Janderup-B.); [# 1580; kgl. Historiograph s. A.; mistede denne Post 94 og Decanatet 95; Hospitalsforst. i Ribe 4/7 97; var Værge for Ribe Dk. 15/6 1603?07; ? Ribe 13/2 16. En overordentlig berømt Mand, om hvem henvises til Conf.-Rd. Wegeners ovenanførte Skrift. ?Var i mange Henseender en singulair Mand og der var noget Papistiskt ved ham; i Fastetiden holdt han sig fra al Kjødmad; hver Langfredag pidskede han sine Børn paa sit Studerekammer til Erindring om Christi Hudstrygelse?. (Lkm. eft. Pontop. og Zwerg.). Havde et Bogtrykkerie paa Lilliebjerget i Ribe og et vidtløftigt Bibl. ?Theologus præstans; concionator admirabilis; historicus imcomparabilis; indigator antiquitatis solertissimus; poeta facundissimus; linqvæ patriæ repurgator et excultor meritissimus? (Lyscander de scriptoribus danicis).; W. 2/561; N. 642; Eptph. og Lgst. i Ribe Dk.; Portrait i Veile K.].
Hegelund I s. 116, 121, 129, 140, 144, 168, 178, 186, 206, 299, 423, 461, II s. 4, 74, 75, 86, 89, 98, 105, 111, 116, 132, 168, 173; Helk I, s. 419; OD-RFR II, s. 190; DanKir bd. 17, s. 152-53 (Vejle Skt. Nikolaj kirke), bd. 19, s. 525, 544, 574-75, 576-77, 581, 639-40, 644, 666 (Ribe Domk.).

Afskrift ved R. Rostrup.
Supplerende litteratur om dette pastorat:
Foreløbig ingen.

[Ribe Herred, Amt og Stift.]
M. S. III.; L. S.*; L. P. B. 509; Galthen; Lkm. 6/19; Frost?s Efterretninger; Kbg. 1623.

8. 2/10 1616, o. 11/10 [Rtr. Sorø 23/4 08?11] Mag. Søren Andersen Wedel, f. Ribe 10/7 87; F. den bekjendte Mag. A. S. W., Hofp., siden Historiograph; M. Mette Hansdtr. Laugesen af V. Vedsted; St. Ribe 04; St. i Heidelberg 06; Mag. ss. 12/2 07; udenlands 11?16: Paris 11, Orleans 12, Padua, Sienna Venezia 14, (hjemme 15), London 15?16; Cannik . . . ; ~ Ribe 23/8 18 Susanne Pedersdtr., f. c. 01, ? 6/11 74; (Sstr. t. Margrethe P. ~ J. H. Buch, r. Cap. her, t. Anne P. ~ H. Olufsen t. Ribe Cathrine K., Halvsstr. t. Peder M. L. i Føvling-H. og t. Mads M. L. i Middelfart-K.); F. P. Christensen, Rdmd. i Ribe; M. Else Iversdtr. Vandel (E. e. Morten M. Lime); 4 S., 3 D.; see Etm.; Peder S. W. i Reisby; C. L. Aagaard i V. Vedsted; [# ?/5 1652; ? 22/1 53; Eptph.; Lgst.; havde 22 Strid med Biskop Iver I. Hemmet; hans Resident var ?Snogdal?; i hans Tid indtraf den store Vandflod 11-12/10 1634, da Vandet stod 1 Alen høit i Domkirken, hvoraf Man saae tydelige Spor inden Kirkens Restauration].
Hegelund I, s. 186, 455, 485, 497, 565, 579, II s. 116, 256, 268, 272, 299, 303; Helk I, s. 420; Kinch II, s. 253, 269-272, 282, 310, 311, 314-315, 331, 444-447; PT 1995, s. 44; DanKir bd. 19, s. 618 (se nedenfor).

Afskrift ved R. Rostrup.

 
Hansen Tausen, Jens (I17424)
 
140
2 Feb 1747
Cathrin, died 1747, Ladelund, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, wife of Friedrich Dethlefsen.Children, Hans Christian Dethlef,-, Friedrich, Ingeborg, Mett Cathrin-. Aged 46 years

 
Hansen, Catharina (I16788)
 
141
A birth

First name(s) Thomas
Last name Parton
Birth year 1739
Birth date 03 Jun 1739
Baptism year 1739
Baptism date 04 Jul 1739
Father's first name(s) John
Mother's first name(s) Jane
Parish St Martin-In-The-Fields
County Middlesex
Country England
Page -
Archive City of Westminster Archives Centre
Record set Westminster Baptisms
(Westminster Baptisms Transcription, Findmypast)

A Death
First name(s) Thomas
Last name Parton
Gender Male
Marital status -
Occupation -
Event year 1785
Birth year -
Age at death -
Burial year 1785
Burial date 07 Apr 1785
Burial place Westminister, Middlesex, England
Place Westminister
County Middlesex
Country England
Record set England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991
Category Life Events (BDMs)
Subcategory Parish Burials
Collections from England, United Kingdom
(Findmypast)

First name(s) Thomas Tilson
Last name Parton
Gender Male
Birth year 1766
Birth place -
Baptism year 1766
Baptism date 26 Jun 1766
Place Holborn
County London
Country England
Father's first name(s) Thomas
Father's last name Parton
Mother's first name(s) Mary
Mother's last name -
Record set England Births & Baptisms 1538-1975
Category Life Events (BDMs)
Subcategory Parish Baptisms
Collections from England, United Kingdom
England Births & Baptisms 1538-1975


Possible birth. Not probable
First name(s) Ann
Last name Parton
Gender Female
Birth year -
Birth place -
Baptism year 1761
Baptism date 02 Aug 1761
Residence Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England
Place Ilkeston
County Derbyshire
Country England
Father's first name(s) John
Father's last name Parton
Mother's first name(s) Ann
Mother's last name -
Record set England Births & Baptisms 1538-1975
Category Birth, Marriage & Death (Parish Registers)
Subcategory Parish Baptisms
Collections from England, United Kingdom
England, Births & Baptisms 1538-1975

8 Oct 1819
Ann Berringer, age 57, widow of John. He died 27 Aug, last, married st Islington, 27 July 1784
(Westminster, Poor Law and Parish Administration)


8 Oct 1819
First name(s) Ann
Last name Berringer
Birth year 1762
Age 57
Marital status Widowed
Year 1819
Year range 1824-1840
Spouse's first name(s) Jno
Spouse's last name Berringer
Place Westminster, St Martin-In-The-Fields
County London
Country England
Archive City of Westminster Archives Centre
Record type Examinations
Record set Westminster, Poor Law And Parish Administration
Category Institutes & Organizations
Subcategory Government
Collections from England, United Kingdom
(Westminster, Poor Law and Parish Administration)

Sunday January 18 th., 1829
Women who sell their Dinner

First name(s) Ann
Last name Berringer
Year 1829
Event date 18 Jan 1829
Year Range 1818-1827
Place Westminster, St Martin-In-The-Fields
County London
Country England
Archive City of Westminster Archives Centre
Record type Workhouse Records
Record set Westminster, Poor Law And Parish Administration
Category Institutions & organisations
Subcategory Government
Collections from England, Great Britain
Westminster, Poor Law and Parish Administration

Women who sell their Dinner
Thursday 20 th. January 1829

First name(s) Ann
Last name Berringer
Year 1829
Event date 20 Jan 1829
Year Range 1818-1827
Place Westminster, St Martin-In-The-Fields
County London
Country England
Archive City of Westminster Archives Centre
Record type Workhouse Records
Record set Westminster, Poor Law And Parish Administration
Category Institutions & organisations
Subcategory Government
Collections from England, Great Britain

Thursday 22 Jan 1829
Women who sell their Dinner.

First name(s) Ann
Last name Berringer
Year 1829
Event date 22 Jan 1829
Year Range 1818-1827
Place Westminster, St Martin-In-The-Fields
County London
Country England
Archive City of Westminster Archives Centre
Record type Workhouse Records
Record set Westminster, Poor Law And Parish Administration
Category Institutions & organisations
Subcategory Government
Collections from England, Great Britain

England & Wales deaths 1837-2007
First name(s) ANN
Last name BERRINGER
Gender Female
Death quarter 4
Death year 1853
District Whitechapel
County London
Volume 1C
Page 258
Country England
Record set England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007

First name(s) ANN
Last name BERRINGER
Gender Female
Death quarter 3
Death year 1856
District Whitechapel
County London
Volume 1C
Page 215
Country England
Record set England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Civil Deaths & Burials
Collections from Great Britain, England

First name(s) MARY ANN
Last name BERRINGER
Gender FemaleDeath quarter 3
Death year 1845
District Whitechapel
County London
Volume 2
Page 387
Country England
Record set England & Wales Deaths 1837-2007
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Civil Deaths & Burials
Collections from Great Britain, England
England & Wales deaths 1837-2007 
Parton, Ann (I13653)
 
142
Aalborg, Aars, Ulstrup, Ulstrup, 6c, 147 F2, FT-1921, C8178
Andreas Lemvig, 3/1/1873, Gift, Husfader, Landmand, Fødested, Ulstrup Sogn
Johanne Lemvig, 13/1/ 1877, Gift, Husmoder, Fødested,, Vammen Sogn
Marie Lemvig, 28/10/1898, Ugift, Barn, Fødested, Vester Hornum Sogn
Jensine Lemvig, 5/1/1899, Ugift, Barn, Fødested, Vester Hornum Sogn
Anker Lemvig, 30/10/1909, Ugift, Barn, Fødested, Ulstrup Sogn
Henry Lemvig,13/7/1911, Ugift, Barn, Fødested, Ulstrup Sogn
Jens Anker, 27/1/1918, Ugift, Barn, Fødested, Ulstrup Sogn
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)
 
Johanne (I17657)
 
143
Aalborg, Aars, Vester Hornum, Krogstrup, 2a, 62, FT-1901, D6066
Hendrik Peter Lemvig, 1856/ 28/11, Gift, husfader, daglejer ved agerbrug, Fødested, Ulstrup, Aalborg
Karen Marie Jensen, 1855 /20/3, Gift, husmoder, Fødested, Ulstrup, Aalborg
Nielsine Karoline Lemvig, 1888 /25/4, Ugift, barn, Fødested, Ulstrup, Aalborg
Petrea Marie Lemvig, 1891/ 6/2, barn, Fødested, Ulstrup, Aalborg
Nikoline Lemvig, 1893 /27/12, barn, Fødested, Vester Hornum, Aalborg
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)


Aalborg, Aars, Flejsborg, Gatten, 3e, 44, FT-1921, C8172
Henrik Peter Lemvigh, 28/11/ 1856, Gift, Husfader, Landbrug Alderdomsunderstøttelse, Fødested, Ulstrup
Karen Marie Lemvigh, 20/3 /1856, Gift, Husmoder, Landbrug Alderdomsunderstøttelse, Fødested, Ulstrup
Petrea Marie Lemvigh, 6/2/ 1891, Ugift, Pige, Landbrug, Fødested, Ulstrup
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger)

 
Lemvig, Petrea Marie (I17685)
 
144
Aalborg, Aars, Vester Hornum, Ørndrup Mark, Vester Hornum Sogn, , 56 - 1 Fm, FT-1890, C9756
Jens Blok Lemvig, 27, Gift, Husfader, Daglejer, Fødested, Ulstrup Sogn , Aalborg Amt
Petrea Petersen, 22, Gift, Husmoder, Fødested, Farsø Sogn, Aalborg Amt
Poul Tilstrand Lemvig, 5, Barn, Fødested, Farsø Sogn, Aalborg Amt
Niels Peter Lemvig, 1, Barn, Fødested,, V. Hornum Sogn, Aalborg Amt
(Dansk Demografisk Database-Rigsarkivet- Folketællinger) 
Lemvig, Niels Peter (I17649)
 
145
Alexander Galbraith
mentioned in the record of Alexander Galbraith and Gladys Francis
Name Alexander Galbraith
Age 29
Birth Year (Estimated) 1871
Birth Date 1871
Spouse's Name Gladys Francis
Spouse's Age 19
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1881
Spouse's Birth Date 1881
License Type Marriage
Event Date 20 Jun 1900
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
"Illinois, Cook County Marriages, 1871-1920," database, FamilySearch
 
Family F5667
 
146
Another Niels Knudsen Egeberg
Maren Pedersdtr i Steensbye 5 Jun 1750 pg 244
HUSB: g hmd
CH: Peder Ibsen skoemager i Odense
Mads Ibsen tien Peder Mathiasen i Steensbye
[Dallund gods, Odense skpr; Book 1 1712-70; film 49959]



Niels Kuntzen Egeberg
Niels Lorentz Egeberg is Niels Kuntzen Egeberg in the image

Name: Anna Egebergs
[Anna Egeberg]
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 12 Mai 1798 (12 May 1798)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Bride
Father: Niels Lorentz Egeberg
Mother: Beata Egeberg
Spouse: Nis Christiansen
City or District: Deezbüll, Klixbüll, Kr, Neukirchen, Rodenäs, Schleswig u Tondern
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

Name: Nis Christiansen
Gender: männlich (Male)
Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
Marriage Date: 12 Mai 1798 (12 May 1798)
Marriage Place: Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland (Germany)
Relationship: Groom
Father: Christian Niss
Mother: Helene Christiansen
Spouse: Anna Egebergs
City or District: Deezbüll, Klixbüll, Kr, Neukirchen, Rodenäs, Schleswig u Tondern
Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1518-1921

 
Egeberg, Niels Knudzen (I16567)
 
147
Anthony Or Tony ,Anthony Aluisi Aluisi
United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries
Deceased
Name Anthony Or Tony ,Anthony Aluisi Aluisi
Event Type Obituary
Event Date 23 Nov 2013
Event Place California, United States
Gender Male
Death Date 17 Nov 2013
Newspaper Fresno Bee, The

Spouse and Children
Susan Wife Female
Sandy Jones Aluisi Wife Female
Sophia Santos Daughter Female
Cassandra Aluisi Daughter Female
Susan Wife Female

Parents and Siblings
Julius Aluisi Father Male
Christina Damiano Aluisi Mother Female
Debra Sister Female
Marianne Sister Female
Tim Brother Male
Marianne Kozub Sister Female
Rosanna Beato Sister Female
Rosanna Sister Female
Debra Ceja Sister Female

Extended Family
Troy Grandson Male
Jordan Grandson Male
Jose Jr Grandson Male
Darly Grandchild Unknown
Curtis Grandson Male
Dylan Grandson Male
Others on Record
Terry Unknown Unknown
Paul Santos SonInLaw Male
Jose Aluisi Unknown Male
Cathy SisterInLaw Female
Terry SiblingInLaw Unknown
Cyndee SisterInLaw Female
Robert Ceja BrotherInLaw Male
Jim Kozub BrotherInLaw Male
Giuseppe Beato BrotherInLaw Male

Dr Levy Nonrelative Unknown
Dr Saul Nonrelative Male
Dr Reyes Nonrelative Unknown
Sister Emily Nonrelative Female
Josh Curtis Nonrelative Male
John B Curtis Nonrelative Male
Mike Mcdevitt Nonrelative Male
Chef Gilbert Nonrelative Male
Dr Thomson Nonrelative Unknown
"United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014," database with  
Aluisi, Anthony James (I13813)
 
148
Arline Croxen
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 76
Given Name Arline
Surname Croxen
Birth Date 25 Nov 1903
State Illinois
Event Date Dec 1979
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearc 
Arline M (I16016)
 
149
Arthur Croxen
Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths
Name Arthur Croxen
Event Date 29 Aug 1927
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender Male
Race White
Age 75
Birth Year (Estimated) 1852
Birth Date 22 Nov 1851
Birthplace Little Herriden, England
Father's Name John Croxen
Father's Birthplace Little Herriden, England
Mother's Name Anne Burnham
Mother's Birthplace Woodford, England
Occupation Carpenter
Spouse's Name Annie Croxen
Burial Date 31 Aug 1927
Burial Place Manteno, Ill., USA
"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch  
Croxen, Arthur James (I15927)
 
150
Benjaman Croxen
Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths
Name Benjaman Croxen
Event Date 29 Nov 1923
Event Place Village of Peotone, Will Co., Ill.
Gender Male
Race white
Age 97
Birth Year (Estimated) 1826
Birth Date 27 Aug 1826
Birthplace England
Father's Name Benj. Croxen
Father's Birthplace England
Mother's Name Mary Ann
Mother's Birthplace England
Occupation Farmer
Spouse's Name Catherine Croxen
Burial Date 03 Dec 1923
"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch

Ben Croxen
Birth: unknown
Death: unknown

Burial:
Peotone Cemetery
Peotone
Will County
Illinois, USA

Created by: Missy Noxon
Record added: Apr 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89290567 
Croxen, Benjamin (I5740)
 

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