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51 State of California, United States. <i>Great Register of Voters& lt;/i>. Sacramento, California: California State Library. Source (S634)
 
52 Talcott, S. V.. <i>Genealogical notes of New York and New Englan d families</i>. Albany: Weed, Parsons and Co., 1883. Source (S647)
 
53 Tinkham, George H.. <i>History of San Joaquin County, Californi a : with biographical sketches of leading men and women of the count y who have been identified with its growth and development from the ea rly days to the present</i>. Los Angeles, Calif.: Historic Recor d Co., 1923. Source (S635)
 
54 Tinkham, George Henry. History of San Joaquin County, California:: w ith biographical sketches of leading men and women of the county. Lo s Angeles: Historic Record Co., 1923. Source (S88)
 
55 Turner, Violet Main,. <i>Alden genealogy</i>. New York: Th e Alden Kindred of New York City and Vicinity, 1988. Source (S651)
 
56 Utah State Historical Society. <i>Utah Cemetery Inventory</i& gt;. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: 2000. Source (S653)
 
57 v. 1. Births.--v. 2. Marriages.--v. 3. Deaths. Source (S13)
 
58 Various school yearbooks from across the United States. Source (S624)
 
59 Various school yearbooks from across the United States. Source (S650)
 
60 Vols. 1-3 paged continuously.|||Vols. 4-6, unnumbered, are biographica l; author's name does not appear on t.p.|||Includes indexes. Source (S157)
 
61 Volume 52 Source (S136)
 
62 Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Rolla * http://web.umr. edu/~whmcinfo/ Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Columbi a * http://www.umsystem.edu/whmc/ Western Historical Manuscript Co llection - Kansas City * http://www.umkc.edu/whmckc/ Western Histo rical Manuscript Collection - St. Louis * http://www.umsl.edu/~whm c/ Source (S39)
 
63 ...Footnote: "One William Gregg of Toberhead Mtg., and Ann Wilkinson, of Antrim Mtg., County Antrim, were married at Antrim, 11 Mo. 5, 1702…" NOTE: this is obviously a different William as the year of marriage is after "our" William's death Gregg, William Jr. (I1031)
 
64 "...He had gone out in the evening to bring in his sheep to house them from the depredation of dogs, and not returning, a member of his family went in search of him, and found him cold in death, with his hand holding the top of his staff..." Murray, Col. James Jr. (I877)
 
65 "Jessey Patey (Pottey) and Delila (his wife) of Camden Parish, Pittsylvania County to Thomas Mustain of . same for L2C current money, 170 acres on both sides of Nix's Creek....James Dosses line up both sides of the creek for quantity." Mustain, Thomas (I1398)
 
66 "Joseph Gilpin, third son and sixth child of Thomas and Joan (Bartholomew) Gilpin, born in Warborough, Oxfordshire, England, 4mo. (June) 8, 1663, was reared in the Society of Friends, of which his father was a minister, and held to that faith throughout his life. At the time of his marriage he was a weaver by trade, living in Dorchester, Oxfordshire, an ancient town on the river Thames about two miles from his native town of Warborough. He married, i2mo. 23, 1691, in a Quaker Meeting at Baghurst, Hampshire, Hannah (jlover, of Ichingswell, Parish of Kingsclerc, Hampshire, daughter of George Glover, deceased, by his wife, Alice Lamboll, later of Dorchester. The marriage certificate is entered on the records of Concord Monthly ^Meeting of Friends, Delaware county, Penn- sylvania.
 
Gilpin, Joseph I (I2345)
 
67 "The Little Review" (Source includes letters to Jane Kemp and a few of Eugene's paintings published in this issue). Included an article about Eugene by Rene Crevel. McCown, William Eugene (I345)
 
68 1018 Kings Avenue. Marital status: widow. Sister-in-Law of John Jenkins (wife Lucy). Their son is named Mason (b. abt. 1906). Is this the "Uncle Mace" who lived with Grandma June? Montgomery, Alice O. "Tiny Grandma" (I182)
 
69 1850 and 1860 census give Massachusetts as place of birth. All following census records give Vermont as place of birth. Sherman, Seth (I1564)
 
70 A bit confused. Headstone says she died in 1902 but her death notice is published in the 28 Feb 1901 Bradford Star newspaper...1901 not 1902 Brown, Catherine Ann (I278)
 
71 Accused twice, once for "for Covenantin w'th the Devill" and once for practicing witchcraft against Mary Warren. See the following for a transcription of the original legal document against him. http://salem.lib.virginia.edu/texts/tei/BoySal1R?div_id=n51 Farrington, Edward (I1234)
 
72 Address: 11153 South Park Ave. William retires after this year. His sons, Charles and Edward, continue their occupation of machinist at the same address. Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
73 Address: 11358 Morse Ave. Occupation: Machinist / Woodworker. His sons, Charles and Edward, are also machinists. Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
74 Address: 1450 Pleasant St. Daugher, Clara (age 34), resides at same address. Border also resides (Jessie Hartman, age 47) Hale, Anna Belle (I1088)
 
75 Address: 1450 Pleasant St. daughter, Clara (age 34), resides at same address. Border also resides (Jessie Hartman, age 47) Lorenz, Fredrick Adolph (I1084)
 
76 Address: 1823 Commerce Ave. Others in Household: Ada Shugart (daughter, age 23), Elgar K Shugart (son-in-law, age 28), Emily L Shugart (granddaughter, age 1)-----Occupation: Machine Hand Sherman, Sylvester Adams (I1318)
 
77 Address: 1928 Pennsylvania. William was the notifier of his half sister, May Belle McCown's death (see her death record) McCown, William Henry (I261)
 
78 Address: 208 Fourth St. Occupation: Hardware Dealer. His brother, Cincinnatus, lives at 205 Fourth St. and is in the same occupation. McCown, William Henry (I261)
 
79 Address: 2203 Meridian St. Owned "Heid and Lorenz Grocery" with Emma's father, who worked as a butcher at the store. See attached source. Also confirmed by his nephew Paul Lorenz. Lorenz, Walter William (I1087)
 
80 Address: 301 N. Grant Ave. - Occupation: Saloon, Market S.E. corner Grant Ave. His sister Caroline, nephew George W. Lorenz and niece Mary Ann Lorenz, reside at the same location. Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
81 Address: 338 Pike St. - Household: her brothers William and George, her aunt Caroline Reinhard and her uncle William Reinhard. Lorenz, Mary Anna (I1434)
 
82 Address: 338 Pike St. - Household: brother George, sister Mary, his aunt Caroline Reinhard and his uncle William Reinhard. Lorenz, William Henry (I1333)
 
83 Address: 338 Pike St. - Household: brother William, niece Mary Lorenz, nephews William and George Lorenz (children of her sister Augusta) Reinhard, Caroline (I1432)
 
84 Address: 338 Pike St. - Household: brother William, sister Mary, his aunt Caroline Reinhard and his uncle William Reinhard. Lorenz, George W. (I1428)
 
85 Address: 338 Pike St. - Household: sister Caroline, niece Mary Lorenz, nephews William and George Lorenz (children of his sister Augusta) Reinhard, William (I1437)
 
86 Address: 3423 Salem St. His wife's niece, Emily Shugart and her husband, are living with Bessie and Fred. Lorenz, Frederick Graham (I1089)
 
87 Address: 3423 Salem St. Other household members: Emily Shugart and her husband. Bessie and Fred remain at this address until his death. Sherman, Bessie Lucille (I1313)
 
88 Address: 422 W. 47th Street; living with his brother Ellsworth...they are living in the same building as their mother and new husband McCown, William H. Jr. (I1729)
 
89 Address: 637 Howard St. Carrie and her children are living with her mother. Occupation: music teacher. Carries husband is not with her, although marital status is 'married'. Myers, Carrie A (I1035)
 
90 Address: 821 S. Noble. Relation to Head of House: Mother-in-law (at home of of daughter Wilhelmina and husband August Grasson) Bore 4 children, 3 living. Strub, Mary Ann Barbara (I1590)
 
91 After the death of his father (and mother one year earlier) Cincinnatus, brother William H. and Thomas move in with the Duvall Family. Cincinnatus later married their daughter Lucy./Windsor, Henry, Missouri McCown, Cincinnatus (I22)
 
92 Alabama Deaths and Burials gives place as Vandiver, Shelby, Alabama, USA Britt, William Henry (I1612)
 
93 Alive and unmarried (married name is not mentioned like he does with his other daughters) at the time of her father's will Mustain, Rebecca (I19)
 
94 An ancestor, either surname Reinhard or Lorenz, came from Alsace Lorraine, formally located between France and Germany. No longer exists. Reinhard, Augusta (I1312)
 
95 An ancestor, either surname Reinhart or Lorenz, came from Alsace Lorraine, formally located between France and Germany. No longer exists. Lorenz, J. Adolph Henry (I1092)
 
96 Anna Hale (age 4) and sister Matilda Hale (age 6) are with R C Nelson (blacksmith, age 41) and Margaret Nelson (age 35), along with their 5 children; while their parents work next door. Hale, Anna Belle (I1088)
 
97 Anna Hale may have adopted Fred's children....The 1900 US Census shows none of the children are hers (and the children give mother's birth place as Ohio). The 1910 US Census then shows all four children are hers (and give mother's birth place as Kentucky) Hale, Anna Belle (I1088)
 
98 Annie's parents were confirmed by her sister Emma's obituary Wagner, Anna (I1085)
 
99 Arrived 1 year after the Pilgrims on the ship 'Fortune' Delano (de Lanoy), Philip (I1918)
 
100 Arrived on the ship "Anne" with her son Samuel, daughters Lydia and Phoebe. Primary immigrant name as Margaret Morgan Hickes Margaret (I88)
 

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