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251 Sec.31, Lot 309. Mary is buried next to her husband Jacob Wagner, her daughter, Annie and her husband Fredrick Adolph Lorenz, and the father of her half-sister Mary's husband, Christian Frederick Kuerst (1816-1890) Strub, Mary Ann Barbara (I1590)
 
252 Secretary of St. Paul’s Cathedral Workingmen’s Club, which met “every Wednesday evening on the corner of New York and Illinois”. Lorenz, Fredrick Adolph (I1084)
 
253 She is probably buried at Cove Burying Ground, the same cemetery where her husband in buried. Perkins, Anne (I452)
 
254 Son William is not shown in this census. Grayom is Unemployed(?) per census. Wife shown working in furniture repair. Sanders, Grayom Hershel (I2101)
 
255 Son-in-law says William went to Corvallis but not sure when. Date is based on death of Cincinnatus' wife (d.1937) and Cincinnatus' death (d.1940) in Corvallis. William not found in 1937-1941 MO or IN city directories McCown, William Henry (I261)
 
256 Son-in-law says William went to Texas where he raised chickens. Location and date he went to Texas is unknown but was after Oregon. McCown, William Henry (I261)
 
257 Son, Harry's death certificate gives mother's place of birth as Kentucky but that is his stepmother's. Anna's parents names are correct as they are buried in the same section/plot as Anna and husband Fred. Wagner, Anna (I1085)
 
258 Supervisor at the Stockton California State Hospital. 1900 US Census: Supervisor (of ?) 37 employees. Job titles of the employees include: stenographer, assistant secretary, porter, farm laborer, coachman, attendant and painter. See attached source. Lorenz, William Henry (I1333)
 
259 The article on her 80th birthday celebrations says she was a leap year baby, born on Feb. 29th but her death certificate says Feb. 9th. Maybe she celebrated her birthday on Feb. 9th. McMahan, Emily Alice (I1319)
 
260 The Caledonia is sometimes mentioned as the ship William came over on...I cannot find this ship in available lists. It is more likely he arrived on the ship Welcome (aka William Penn's fleet), which arrived in DE on 27 Oct 1682, & Chester, PA on the 28th. Gregg, William Jr. (I1031)
 
261 The Caledonia is sometimes mentioned as the ship William came over on...I cannot find this ship in available lists. It is more likely he arrived on the ship Welcome (aka William Penn's fleet), which arrived in DE on 27 Oct 1682, & Chester, PA on the 28th. Gregg, John Henry (I1247)
 
262 The date reflects the date they published an "intent" to marry notice. I have not found a marriage license. Family F67
 
263 The Ford Model T became the first automobile mass produced on assembly lines with completely interchangeable parts. Lorenz, Frederick Graham (I1089)
 
264 The house dates to 1670. It originally was on what became East Main Road but was moved to the present location (168 Fairview Lane) in the 18th Century. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scwhite/sherman/philiphs.html Sherman, Philip (I583)
 
265 The informant on the death certificate is William H. McCown of Deepwater, Missouri, husband of Estelle Bartlett, Pet's niece. Myers, Pet Belle (I2192)
 
266 The original county of his place of birth was Brunswick. Lunenburg County was not established until 1745. Mustain, Thomas (I1398)
 
267 The source for Mourning's marriage gives 'James' as her father but yet Pittsylvania court records give his name as Zacharias. Perhaps 'James' is his middle name or simply a wrong transcription from the original document (current belief). Lewis, Zacharias (I1466)
 
268 The Wright brothers made the first sustained, controlled, powered heavier-than-air manned flight at Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. Orville flew the plane 120 feet in 12 seconds. Lorenz, Frederick Graham (I1089)
 
269 There is an Ebenezer Swan (age 75) , born in New Hampshire, living with the family. I believe he may be Eunice's step-father. Twitchell, Eunice Emma (I994)
 
270 There's a Charles L. Bartlett living 4 doors up from the Myers. He was born 1832 in Green County, NY and is buried in Park Cemetery. A relation to the husband to be? Myers, Carrie A (I1035)
 
271 This 1856 Iowa Census shows a "Joseph", born just before the census, but no Charles who had the near same date of birth. I have determined that they are one and the same. Myers, Charles M. (I2188)
 
272 This is just a guess. The passenger list to the US for her husband shows William and his children but not a name for his wife. Did she die in Ireland or on the voyage over?? Gregg, Mrs. William (I1025)
 
273 This present marriage is from "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations". See also source "Alden Genealogy" Family F46
 
274 Undertaker at the Brownington and Maplewood Cemeteries from abt 1910 to abt 1919. See attached sources. McCown, William Henry (I261)
 
275 Urn with his widow in Plymouth, Indiana Miller, William Kenneth "Bill" (I1328)
 
276 Who are Stella and Mary McCown? My grandmother, Marjorie McCown never mentioned to her husband or her children that she had two younger sisters. Bartlett, Estelle May (I1723)
 
277 Who is Lemuel's wife and mother of Rebeckah? Not Rebekah Otis as she did not marry Lemuel until 6 years after her birth. Not Abigail Briggs as she did not marry Lemuel until 4 years after her birth. Not Abigail Waldron as she is not listed..... Williams, Lemuel (I1924)
 
278 Who is Rebecca's mother? Not Rebekah Otis as she did not marry Lemuel until 6 years after her birth. Not Abigail Briggs as she did not marry Lemuel until 4 years after her birth. Not Abigail Waldron as she is not listed as a child of Lemuel and Abigail. Williams, Rebeckah (I1569)
 
279 William “Bill” Sanders, 73, of Fredericktown, died March 26, 2012. He was born August 3, 1938 in Birmingham, Alabama.

Bill married Margaret Sanders November 4, 1972. She survives.

Other survivors include four daughters, Connie Hall of Fredericktown, Theresa Cameron of Bella Vista, Arkansas, Melanie Fitzhugh of Little Rock, Arkansas, and Emily Howes of Wenztville, Missouri; and eight grandchildren.

Mr. Sanders was in the Army Special Forces. He enjoyed technology, hunting, fishing, and reading.

Services were March 27, 2012, at Follis and Sons Funeral Home. 
Sanders, William Douglas (I1331)
 
280 William and his brothers, Cinncinatus and Thomas, are living with Joel Duvall and family./Windsor, Henry, Missouri McCown, William Henry (I261)
 
281 William is living with his father and sister, Caroline. Marshall, Illinois is where his sister, Augusta, married Henry Lorenz in 1855. Located 20 miles west of Terre Haute, Indiana; the residence of his brother, Adolph. Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
282 William M. McCown and James Williams (brother of Nancy Williams, wife of Elijah Thomas McCown) arrived in California after traveling for three months from Indiana. They spent the next few years prospecting for gold. McCown, William M. (I1038)
 
283 Year is just a guess. His parents arrived in the US from England abt 1634. Not known if he was born before or after they arrived. Ely, Samuel (I1182)
 
284 Year of birth is just a guess based on the birth year of John Henry Gregg. Her name is not known and is NOT Ann Wilkinson (see notes with marriage and for her husband William Gregg). Gregg, Mrs. William (I1025)
 

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