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1910 census Andrew is listed as being widowed with no children. 1920
census Agnes is listed as his daughter and Elizabeth his mother is living with him. He is still listed as a Widower. Andrew was a Mason. 
Montgomery, Andrew J. (I3597)
Age: 75?? (George Shannon died suddenly August 30, 1836 in Palmyra,
Missouri at the age of 49??) 
Shannon, George (I3624)
From the find a grave website. The person is estimating Goldie's year
of death based on the birth of her last child and also according to a 1910 census all 4 of her sons were living in a orphanage in Indianapolis. Father was alive till 1961 so why were the boys in an orphanage? 
Hall, Goldie (I1524)
Sarah M.
Wife of A. V. Mount
Sept. 18, 1869
Aged 35 Years 
Hall, Sarah M. (I103500)
Reprinted from Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry (16th ed.) published in 1939 by Burke's Peerage, London. Includes indexes. 
Source Source: S73 (S73)
Source of information: 1860 Jefferson County, Hanover, Indiana census;
Roll 270 Book 1, page 579

House hold # 451

George Shannon 72 Farmer 11,000/ 650 Penn.
Elizabeth 50 Ohio
Eliza 20 Indiana
Hester 18 Indiana
Franklin 16 Indiana

House hold # 452

Samuel Walker 28 Farming          /665 Kentucky
Ann 26 Indiana
George 5 Kentucky

Ann Walker is the daughter of George and Elizabeth Shannon. 
Shannon, George Jr. (I1413)
Source of information: Arkansas Department of Health Division of Vital
Records -  Certificate of Death

Certificate # 003416
Filed: March 17, 1980

Theo Dora Estes Female Death February 22, 1980 4:45 p.m.
Cause of Death: Aortic Aneurysm Rupture

Source of information:  Funeral Record Dated 2-24-1980

Theo Dora Estes Obituary

Theo Dora Estes 68, of Harrison
Theo Dora Estes, aged 68 of Harrison, died Friday, Feb. 22, at Boone County Hospital.
She was born Dec. 4, 1912 at Stillwell, Okla, She was a housewife,
Survivors include her husband, Benjamin Pierce Estes, Harrison; three sons, Bob Estes, Darien, Ill., Bill Estes, Goodman, Mo., Joe Estes, Harrison; a brother, Daris "Buster" Wilson, Harrison; six grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son Marvin Estes.
Services will by Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 2 p.m. in Capps Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Edward L. Beall officiating. Burial will be in Speers Cemetery under the direction of Christeson Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Ted Sanders, Tommey Wilson, Joe Dean Wilson, Earl Hostetler, Gary Estes, Jim Alford.

Billy Caleur addressed a photo post card to Theo. He indicates they are cousins. The post card was send March 12, 1920. Billy's address at the time was R.F.D. 3 box 24 Joplin, Missouri. It was sent to Batavia, Arkansas. 
Wilson, Theo Dora (I8)
Source of information: Arkansas State Board of Health - Bureau of
# 90398

Benjamin Pierce Estes January 10, 1902 Harrison, Boone Co., Arkansas

Source of information: State of Arkansas County of Boone -  Marriage License

Marriage Record Book, Volume Q page 450
Pierce Estes of Capps Boone Co., Arkansas age 26 and Miss Theo Wilson of Capps Boone Co., Arkansas age 18
October 27, 1928

Source of information: Arkansas Department of Health Division of Vital Records -  Certificate of Death

Certificate # 005283 filed May 5, 1983

Ben Pierce Estes Male February 17, 1983
Cause of Death: A) Shock
B) undetected- Gram negative bacillus blood stream infection
C) Multiple decubiti

Contributing cause:
Organic Brain Syndrome: Recent Influenza, Bronchitis.  Decompensated heart disease. 
Estes, Benjamin Pierce (I7)
Source of information: Information from Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation
Services, Ltd.  Obituary written by funeral home for publication in local paper.

Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd.
2921 S. Harlem Ave. Berwyn, Ill. 60402

Anna S. Janosky, nee: Schemenkowski. Beloved wife of the late Harry Janosky. Loving mother of Ramona Hildebrandt, Jean Keefe, Sandra Estes, Raymond Janosky, Alice Whedon and the late Howard, Harold and Sheila Hildebrandt. Dear sister of Mary Sirotek and the late Tillie Burbey. Grandmother of 25. Great- Grandmother of 30. Great- Great- Grandmother of 1. Funeral services Sat. Nov. 22, 1997 9:30 a.m. from Adolf- Berwyn Funeral Home, Ltd. 2921 S. Harlem Ave. Berwyn to St. Pius X Church for Mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Friday 3-9- p.m. Info. 708-484-4111. 
Schemenkowski, Annie (I15)
Source of information: State of Missouri Certificate of Death
Registration District No.: 077
Registrar's Number 2911
State File Number: 124- (blank)
Filed Jan, 17, 1990

Ernist Joe Estes Male Died 12-28-1989  10:30 a.m.
Cause of Death: Intra cerebral & Intra ventricular Hemorrhage

Source of information: Obit found in grandma Estes' bible.

Ernist Estes, 53, of Harrison

Ernist Joe Estes, aged 53, of Route 6, Harrison, died Thursday, Dec.
28, as St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Mo.
He was born May 31, 1936 at Capps, a son of Benjamin Pierce and Theo Dora Wilson Estes. He was a truck driver and a U.S. Army veteran.
Survivors include two brothers, Bob Estes, Darien, Ill. and Bill Estes, Goodman, Mo.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Marvin Estes,
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 30, at Christeson Funeral Hone with the Rev. Vernie Bartlett officiating. Burial will be in Speer Cemetery under the direction of Christeson Funeral Home.
Pallbearers include Jim Alford, Mike Estes, Keith Estes, Gary Estes, Tom Wilson and Joe Dean Wilson.
Honorary pallbearers include Ron Faught and Jerry Nixon.
Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday at Christeson Funeral Home.

Source of Information: Robert Estes > Roberta Estes Hall

My dad Robert is Joe's oldest brother... In conversation one day dad told my uncle Joe had a son named Dan Robertson....Uncle Joe never married. Dan was raised by his mother elsewhere....Dad received a call for Dan back in the 1990's.  He doesn't recall where Dan was living at that time and has not heard from him since...Dan would be my first cousin. I don't know who his mother is or when he was born. Dan continues to be a mystery to me.

In an email dad sent to me on 8-18-2002
Dad details Uncle Joe's Military Record in that he served in the Military Police from 10-21-1958 - 11-21-1961. He was promoted to Sp4 and was stationed at:: Fort Hood, Texas; Carlisheim, Germany; Frankfurt, Germany and Fort Still, Oklahoma. Attached with this email is a photo of Uncle Joe in his uniform 
Estes, Ernist Joe (I10)
The town of Rehoboth was formed in 1641 and originally included the present Massachusetts towns of Seekonk and Attleboro as well as the present Rhode Island towns of Pawtucket, East Providence, Cumberland, and parts of Swansea and Barrington. The town kept its original area until 1667, when Swansea was incorporated, from which was broken off the present town of Barrington in 1717. The area became smaller still with the incorporation of Attleborough in 1694, and much later, in 1812, Seekonk. A section of Attleboro called Attleboro Gore was set off to Rhode Island in 1747 and became the town of Cumberland. This database includes records from all of these present-day towns except for Pawtucket and Seekonk, as the compiler wished to limit this work to a single volume. James N. Arnold, whose Rhode Island Vital Record, 1636-1850 volumes are also searchable on compiled these records, which were published in 1897.

This publication is available for viewing at the NEHGS research library and for loan through the circulating library, call number REF F74/R3/A6 . 
Source Source: S58 (S58)
12 15 April, 1635.

  THEIS pties. hereafter expressed are to be transported to New
  England, imbarqued in the INCREASE, ROBERT LEA, Mr., having
  taken the oathes of allegeance and supremacie, as also being
  conformable Tt the government and discipline of the Church of
  England, whereof they   brought testimony and cert. from ye
  Justices and Ministers where there abodes have latlie been. (viz.)

     husbandman, SAMUEL MORSE .............50
              Ux. ELIZABETH MORSE ..........48

                  JOSEPH MORSE ..............20
                  ELIZABETH DANIELL...........2 
Morse, Joseph (I2862)
13 1663    HALL     Preserved, March 20, 1663    1    5    Birth

The book, "HALLS OF NEW ENGLAND" shows March 20 or 30, 1663 as Preserved's date of birth.
___________ Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Vital Records, 1642-1896

Name:      Preserved Hall
Birth Date:      20 Mar 1663
Birth Place:      Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA
Relative:      chi:Edward Hall
Source:      Vital Record of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. Marriages, Intentions, Births, Deaths, with Supplement containing the Record of 1896, Colonial Returns, Lists of the Early Settlers, Purchasers, Freemen, Inhabitants, the Soldiers serving in Philip's War and the Revolution.
____________ Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988
Name:      Preserved Hall
Event Type:      Birth
Birth Date:      20 Mar 1663
Birth Place:      Rehoboth, Massachusetts

Vol. 1, p. 5   HALL, Preserved[, of Edward]  March 20, 1663 
Hall, Preserved (I171)
14 1725    DEAN    Benjamin, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Sept. 7, 1725.       Birth    Taunton  
1727    DEAN    Abijah, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Dec. 4, 1727.            Birth    Taunton 
1729    DEAN    Silence, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Oct. 19, 1729.         Birth    Taunton  
1731    DEAN    Sarah, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Oct. 14, 1731.           Birth    Taunton  
1733    DEAN    Abel, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Aug. 22, 1733.            Birth    Taunton  
1735    DEAN    Isaac, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Aug. 21, 1735.           Birth    Taunton  
1738    DEAN    Joseph, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, June 7, 1738.          Birth    Taunton  
1740    DEAN    Seth, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, May 3, 1740. Sibyl (see Sybil).   Birth    Taunton  
1742    DEAN    Elijah, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Apr. 4, 1742.        Birth    Taunton  
1744    DEAN    Ann, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, May 19, 1744.        Birth    Taunton  
1746    DEAN    Lydia, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Apr. 20, 1746.        Birth    Taunton  

1739    DEAN    Abijah, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Mar. 24, 1739.       Death    Taunton  
1739    DEAN    Sarah, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Mar. 23, 1739.          Death    Taunton  
1740    DEAN    Abel, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Mar. 25, 1740.        Death    Taunton  
1740    DEAN    Joseph, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Mar. 28, 1740.         Death    Taunton
1742    DEAN    Seth, ch. Benjamin and Ziporah, Sept. 2, 1742.            Death    Taunton 

1749    DEAN    Benja[min] and Mary Witherton, Jan. 26, 1749. P.R.1. *         Marriage    Sharon  
1749    WITHERTON    (see Withington, Withinton), Mary and Benja[min] Dean, Jan. 26, 1749. P.R.1.      Marriage    Sharon

1681    DEAN    Naomy [T.P.R. Deane], d. Benjamin, Nov. 1, 1681.               Birth    Taunton  
1682    DEAN    Hannah [T.P.R. Deane], d. Benjamin, Dec. 26, 1682.            Birth    Taunton  
1684    DEAN    Israeli [T.P.R. Deane], s. Benjamin, Feb. 2, 1684-5.              Birth    Taunton  
1687    DEAN    Mary [T.P.R. Deane], d. Benjamin, June 16 [T.P.R. June 15], 1687.        Birth    Taunton  
1689    DEAN    Damaris [T.P.R. Deane], d. Benjamin, Sept. 4, 1689.             Birth    Taunton  
1692    DEAN    Sarah [T.P.R. Deane], d. Benjamin, Aug. 30, 1692.                Birth    Taunton  
1694    DEAN    Elizabeth [T.P.R. Elisabeth Deane], d. Benjamin, Mar. 22, 1694-5.          Birth    Taunton  
1697    DEAN    Mehitabell [T.P.R. Mehetabell Deane], d. Benjamin, June 9, 1697.          Birth    Taunton  
1699    DEAN    Benjamin [T.P.R. Deane], s. Benjamin, July 31, 1699.              Birth    Taunton  
1701    DEAN    Ebenezer [T.P.R. Deane], s. Benjamin, Feb. 24, 1701-2.         Birth    Taunton  
1704    DEAN    Lidia [T.P.R. Lidya Deane], d. Benjamin, Dec. 11, 1704.          Birth    Taunton  
1707    DEAN    Josiah [T.P.R. Deane], s. Benjamin, Oct. 23, 1707.                 Birth    Taunton  

1681    DEAN    Naomy [T.P.R. Deane], d. Benjamin, Jan. 6, 1681-2.        Death    Taunton  
1709    DEAN    Josiah [T.P.R. Deane], s. Benjamin, Mar. 22, 1709-10.    Death    Taunton 
Dean, Benjamin (I3085)
15 a teenager. Whedon, Karen Gene (I102)
16 CREWE  Colin MC died peacefully on 10th April 2015. Born 1922, he was husband of Jane, father of Peregrine, Emma and Bel, grandfather of Jack, Cleo, Molly and Scarlett. He will be eternally loved and remembered by his family and many freinds for his gentle kindness and dry humour....

He was s of Maj (James) Hugh Hamilton DODDS CREWE CMG TD (1880-1956, deed poll 1945 from Dodds to Dodds Crewe) and Lady Annabel Hungerford CREWE (1881-1948) d of 1st Marquess CREWE and his 1st w a gd of 12th Duke of SOMERSET. He m 1st 1957 (div before 1987 when she m 2ndly the 7th Baron Ashburton KG) Sarah Cornelia (b 1935) d of John George SPENCER-CHURCHILL (1909-92), scion of the MARLBOROUGH dukes, and his 1st w Angela Mary CULME-SEYMOUR (1912-20112), scion of the Bts of that name, and had a son and 2 daus as above. He m 2nd __ Jane d of __. 
Crewe, James Colin (I14417)
17 didn't match. Estes, Infant (I81)
18 didn't match. Estes, Infant (I82)
19 didn't match. Estes, Infant (I381)
20 had incompatable RH factor with mother. Estes, William (I80)
21 Illinois Schemenkowski, Annie (I15)
22 Joseph's (son of George) will, made in April 1705, helps only to confirm the names of his 6 children, Joseph, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Mary, Mehitable, and Abigail, as well as his wife, Mary Hall, Joseph (I1736)

Joyce Hall, 80, a longtime farm wife and newspaper correspondent who enjoyed going for Sunday drives, died Wednesday at Central Maine Medical Center, Lewiston. She had lived since 1944 at 1146 Hallowell Road.

Mrs. Hall married Benjamin Alexander Hall of Durham in April 1938. They had a dairy farm in West Durham until fire destroyed it in the early 1940s. They lost everything they owned in the fire, said their son, Brian E. Hall of Freeport.

The Halls started over with another farm about two miles away at Methodist Corner in West Durham, where Mrs. Hall had lived ever since.

Mr. Hall developed an illness that did not allow him to be around dairy cows, so they gave up farming full time. They maintained a small garden farm operation into the 1980s, specializing in pumpkins and potatoes.

''She was the typical farmer's wife,'' her son said. ''Also a typical 1950s wife. She stayed home and she worked on the farm.''

Mrs. Hall was a correspondent for the Lisbon Enterprise weekly newspaper for many years when it was under the leadership of John Gould.

''She wrote about the Durham news and got paid by the line,'' her son said. ''People would call her, and at the time we had a four-party line, so she got plenty of information.''

In 1987, Mrs. Hall suffered a stroke which ended her ability to speak and reduced her mobility. Still, her mind remained alert and she continued to read four newspapers every day.

''They said she wouldn't be able to read,'' her son said. ''But she could, and she could communicate with us.''

Going for Sunday drives was a tradition Mrs. Hall and her late husband enjoyed all of their married lives. In recent years, each of her four sons took turns driving her through the countryside on Sundays.

''She knew the roads all over,'' her son said. ''When dad was alive, all they did was travel around Maine. It was her challenge to get us lost.''

Mrs. Hall also went on drives every Wednesday with her sister-in-law, Harriet Bowie of Yarmouth. She was active in the West Durham Ladies Aid Society.

Born at Sherman Mills, a daughter of Everett L. and Phyllis Whitehouse Rand, she lived at Sherman and spent some summers in Etna before her family moved to Auburn, where she graduated in 1934 from Edward Little High School.

Mr. Hall died in 1991, and a daughter, Patricia M., died at birth.

Also surviving are three other sons, Douglas A. of Otisfield, Dean B. of Lisbon Falls and Dana E. of Winthrop; two brothers, Roland of Lisbon and Glen Rand of Turner; and two sisters, Ruth Milliken of Branford, Conn., and Doris Smith of Lisbon; and six grandsons.

At Mrs. Hall's request, there will be no funeral. Burial will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Cedar Grove Cemetery. Family and friends may gather at the Hall residence after the burial. Arrangements are by Crosman Funeral Home, 40 Main St. 
Rand, Joyce Helen (I85350)
24 lived only a couple of weeks. He was called a " blue baby". Walker, John T. Jr. (I119)
25 Monroe) Ferris, Eliza J. (I1351)
26 moved from Snyders Lake Road Cemetery Phillips, Cyrus Clark (I101429)
27 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Charles CRITTENDEN   Self   M   Male   W   36   MA   Carpenter   MA   MA 
Jane CRITTENDEN   Wife   M   Female   W   39   MA   Keeping House   NY   MA 
Mabel CRITTENDEN   Dau   S   Female   W   7   MA   At School   MA   MA 
Source Information:
  Census Place Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts , ED 56
  NA Film Number   T9-0521
  Page Number   351B (p. 46) 
Crittenden, Charles M. (I59462)
28 Philadelphia Gray, Matthew Henry (I1325)
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Peel, W.J.R. 3rd Earl Peel (I14395)
30 Western States Marriage Index, 1809-2011 about Mary Marjorie Lawley
Name:      Mary Marjorie Lawley, age 18
Spouse:      Frank Garrish Moreland, age 21
Marriage Date:      13 Sept 1941
Marriage Place:      Tooele, Utah 
Family F32543
31 - Dau of John & Harriet (Paul) Loverin

- Married on 24 Jun 1866 to John Blanchard in Croydon, NH 
Loverin, Harriet (I2249)
32 - Dau of Lester & Lydia (Winter) Blanchard

- Married on 04 Jan 1853 to Caleb Loverin in Croydon, NH

- Cause of death: consumption 
Blanchard, Emily (I2219)
33 - Dau of Timothy & Mehitable (Thompson) Winter
- Married on 13 May 1832 to Lester Blanchard in Croydon, NH 
Winter, Lydia (I7771)
34 - Dau of William D. & Mahala (Sanborn) Colby

- Married on 15 Apr 1877 to Caleb Lovering in Croydon. NH 
Colby, Adria M. (I2220)
35 - Son of John Blanchard
- Married 13 May 1832 to Lydia Winter in Croydon, NH
- Occupation: Turner 
Blanchard, Lester (I7770)
36 - Son of Kimball & Mary (Noyes) Loverin
- Married on 15 Apr 1877 to Adria Colby in Croydon, NH
- Occupation: Farmer
- Cause of death: Bright's Disease 
Loverin, Caleb Kimball (I2218)
37 - Son of Lester & Lydia (Winter) Blanchard
- Married on 24 Jun 1866 to Harriet Loverin in Croydon, NH 
Blanchard, John (I2250)
38 - Son of Marshall & Matilda (Carroll) Putnam

- Married:
1) 28 Nov 1878 to Mary Codman in Newport, NH
2) 24 Nov 1890 to Alice Forehand in Northampton, MA

- Occupation: Teacher & bookkeeper 
Putnam, Fred Wilbur (I7769)
39 - Son of Oliver & Charlotte (Phillips) Forehand

- Married on 20 May 1872 to Achsah Jane Loverin in Lebanon, NH

- Occupation: Farmer 
Forehand, Charles H. (I2217)
40 -Son of Jonathan & Martha (Loverin) Willard

-Married on 31 Dec 1879 to Susan Smith in Newport, NH

-Occupation: Farmer 
Willard, Rosto B. (I7766)
41 -Son of Jonathan & Martha (Loverin) Willard

-Married on 31 Dec 1879 to Susan Smith in Newport, NH

-Occupation: Farmer 
Willard, Jonathan (I2189)
42 ... he mentions his son William in "Newe England"... Hall, Gilbert (I14237)
43 'Vital Records of Raynham, Massachusetts' compiled by Margaret Harris Stover, C.G., Published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1997, pps. 23-24 [BOOK ONE 1699-1807, p. 54 of original]: [original isn't written in the book. It appears on pps. 23-24 of Stover's book:

[p. 54]
The names & Births of the children of Nathaniel Shaw and Elizabeth his wife are as followeth, viz
Nathaniel Shaw Junr was Born August ye 6th 1746.
[p. 23, p. 54 of original]:
John Shaw was Born February ye 25th AD 1748.
Betty Shaw was Born Septemr 28th 1753.
Asal was Born Novemr 25th 1754
Jairus Shaw was born September 28th Anno Domini 1755
Sarah Shaw was born November 21st 1758.

p. 14: [p. 32] December 10:1745 Nathaniel Shaw and Elisabeth Hall both of Raynham were Married by the Revd Mr John Wales 
Family F481
44 " Mist [ Mistress] Mary PRINCE late wife of Governor Thomas PRINCE died upon the 9th day of December 1695 and was buried upon ye 11th day of ye said 1695."
Source- 3rd volume of records, town of Yarmouth. 
Burr, Mary (I8376)
45 "1st Lt. -- Revolutionary War" Richardson, Lieutenant Samuel (I1812)

Ed. Glassel Dies of Injuries Received at Packing Plant. WATCH RECORDS TIME
Workman Believed To Have Caught Head in Belt; Alone When Accident Occurred

"Lying near a broken belt running from a motor to a drying machine, the body of Ed Glassel, sixty-seven years old, was found at 12:30 o'clock this morning by a fellow workman in the drying room of the fertilizer department at the packing plant. Several bruises were inflicted about the dead man's head, neck and left shoulder and a deep wound made in the skull. Coroner Pierson was immediately notified and pronounced the death accidental.

"A watch carried by Mr. Glassel stopped at 11:35 o'clock, the time the accident is believed to have occurred. Only a few workman are on duty in the department at night and no shouts were heard from Mr. Glassel by anyone in the building, according to information available at the office of the superintendent, where it was said the details obtainable made a determination of the circumstances causing the accident impossible.

"The body was taken to the Mayer & Ousley undertaking rooms at 2 o'clock this morning and the victim's family notified of the tragedy.  His death is mourned by his wife, a daughter, Frances, a son, Joe, and one brother, John, of Mitchell, Ia.

"Mr. Glassel was sixty-seven years old on April 26 and has been employed at the Hormel packing plant for more than fifteen years. He was born near Ashland, Wis., and came to Austin about twenty-five years ago, working for several years on the Milwaukee railroad here.

"Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday from the home, 310 South River street, with Rev. R. C. Swisher of the Congregational church officiating." 
Glassel, Adolphus Edward "Ed" (I13976)
47 "ae. 34" (sic.), apparently in childbirth. Hall, Martha (I13168)
48 "ae. 75" Pratt, John (I14099)
49 "Among the members of the church at it founding were John Hall and his wife Bethia." Hall, John of Yarmouth, Y-DNA Family 020 (I2955)
50 "Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Town of Malden Mass 1649-1850," Deloraine P. Corey (DAR Library), p. 57.
Birth Record "Newhall, Lydia, da of Thomas and Mary, Mar 18, 1709/10. 
Newhall, Lydia (I193)

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