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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I404)
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I475)
 
153 15th child of Daniel and Francis Parman Parman, Infant Twin 2 (I35472)
 
154 16 Apr in Old Church Records Family F17335
 
155 1660/1? Smith, John (I17486)
 
156 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12996)
 
157 1671 Census, Port Royal, Acadia, Jacob Bourgeois, surgeon, 50; wife Jeanne Trahan 40; Children (two married): Jeanne 27, Charles 25, Germain 21, Marie 19, Guillaume 16, Marguerite 13, Francoise 12, Anne 10, Marie 7, Jeanne 4; cattl, e 33, sheep 24, 20 arpens workable land. Bourgeois, Jacques (I22184)
 
158 1680/1? Family F12133
 
159 1681 Will called her Elizabeth Turney Holly, Elizabeth (I39757)
 
160 1686 Married with Banns, William Lock and Mary Martinns, September the twelfth 1686

William Lock and Elizabeth Wheeler both of [th]ys p[ar]ish marryed with banns, August 4th 1700

1705 Mary Magdalen daughter of William LOCK labourer & Elizabeth his wife baptised June 25 
Lock, William (I15597)
 
161 1690 Siesta Dr.Sarasota, FL 33579 Benton, Bertha Helen (I12556)
 
162 1691 N. Warwick, Pontiac, 19, Mich. Tamlin, Jean Elizabeth (I37434)
 
163 1696 Mary, wife of Witt [short form of William] Lock, Buryed April 22, Affidavit made April 25th [An affidavit had to be sworn to the effect that the deceased had been "buried in woolen" as required by the law] Martine, Mary (I15599)
 
164 17 Feb 1918 is Thurs; obit says she died Sunday Dauchy, Jane M. Jennie (I13244)
 
165 17 Jan 1719/20, he is received into the Church, with his wife, Miriam. He settled in Newtown before 1746. His will dated July 19, 1748 was proved Nov. 8, 1756 at Danbury.
Children born at Milford: James, Daniel 
Baldwin, James (I39445)
 
166 1705 Mary Magdalen daughter of William LOCK labourer & Elizabeth his wife baptised June 25

Listed as Magdalen James, mother of Luke James, 21 Dec 1736

Listed as Mary Magdalen Lock of Shapwick in Sturminster Marshall marriage record 
Lock, Mary Magdalen (I15127)
 
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1511)
 
168 1772, Jane, Dau. of Tho. & Jane Sibley was bap. Nov. 29th

Tarrant Rushton transcripts: 30 Jan 1772, Thomas Sibley married Jane Lawrence of Tarrant Rawston 
Lawrence, Jane (I15614)
 
169 1772, Jane, Dau. of Tho. & Jane Sibley was bap. Nov. 29th Sibley, Jane (I15118)
 
170 1772, Jane, Dau. of Tho. & Jane Sibley was bap. Nov. 29th Sibley, Thomas (I15613)
 
171 1790 Connecticut Census: Name of head of family: Holly, Enoch
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 2

Name:
Enoch Holly
Birth Date:
1750
Birthplace:
Connecticut
Volume:
82
Page Number:
235
Reference:
Heads of Fams at the first U.S. census. Ct. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (227p.): 26 
Holly, Enoch (I14042)
 
172 1790 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Fairfield, Free white persons, males, under 16: 1, Free white persons, males, 16 and over: 2, Free white persons, females: 5, Number of Household Members: 8

1800 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Fairfield, Free white persons, males 16-25: 1, Free white persons, males 45+: 1, Free white persons, females 16-25: 1, Free white persons, females 26-44: 1m Number of household members over 25: 2, Number of household members: 4 
Seeley, Seth (I13337)
 
173 1790 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Huntington, Stephen Hays, 1 male over 16 (Stephen), 2 males under 16, 2 females, living next to parents-in-law Jeriel and Eunice French

1800 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Huntington, Stephen Hays, (family) living next to parents-in-law Abriel (Jeriel) and Eunice French

Son of Abraham Hayes and Mary Adams

Married (2) Rhoda (Patterson) Peat, daughter of Thomas Patterson, baptized at Easton, 24 May 1767, died at Monroe, 14 May 1838, ae 70. Children by first wife: Elijah, Anna, Asa, Stephen, Ephraim and Jeriel. By second wife: William, Hannah, John-Warner 
Hays, Stephen (I39986)
 
174 1790 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Newtown, 4 males under 16 (David, Thomas, Joseph, Walter), 3 males 16 and over (Thomas, Sr., Ebenezer, Henry), 3 females (Molly, Betsy, Mary Ann), 10 household members.

1800 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Newtown, 2 males under 10 (Philo, Roswell), 1 male 10-25, (Walter), 1 male 45+, (Thomas), 1 female under 10, (Sally), 1 female 10-15, (Mary Ann), 1 female 16-25, (Betsy), 1 female 26-44 (Molly), 8 household members.

1830 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Newtown, 1 male 70-79, (Thomas), 1 female 60-69, (Molly), 2 free white persons. 
Bennett, Thomas (I16512)
 
175 1796 Capri Ave., Mentone, Calif. Kernohan, Inez Winona (I37407)
 
176 1800 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Ridgefield, James Dauchy, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 26-44, 2 females <10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44 Dauchy, James (I14039)
 
177 1800 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Weston, 1 male under 10, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 26-44, 2 females 10-15, 1 female over 45

1810 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Trumbull, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 16-25, 1 male over 45, 1 female over 45

1820 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Trumbull, 2 males 16-25, 1 male over 45, 1 female 16-25, 1 female over 45

1830 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Trumbull, 1 male 70-79, 1 female 20-29, 1 female 60-69, 1 female 70-79

1840 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Trumbull, 2 males 5-9, 1 male 15-19, 1 male 40-49, 1 male 80-89, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-9 2 females 10-14, 1 female 30-39, 1 female 40-49

1850 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Trumbull, Asa French, 54, farmer, value of real estate 4,000, Catherine 53, Asa W. 18, Benjamin H. 15, farmer, Sarah M. 13, Ephraim 91, no occupation, Mary M. 9, Abby Bennett 47, Catherine Bennett 19.

French, Ephraim, s. Jerial & Eunice, b. Nov. ( ) 1758; bp. Dec. 31st Vol. 1, Page 55

Ephraim French was named Ensign of the 15th Company or Trainband in the 4th Regiment by the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut held at New Haven on 14 Oct 1784 
French, Ephraim (I39165)
 
178 1801 Norway census for 1734P Stod, Lie Østre, Tørres Pedersen, 56, husband, farmer, Ingebor Olsdatter, 53, Bertel Tørresen, 17, Gurina Tørresdatter, 15, Paulina Tørresdatter, 13, Olava Tørresdatter, 11, Jon Olsen, 2, foster child, MIchel Baardsen, 38, huusmand, Berete Olsdatter, 39, wife, Karen Michelsdatter, 1, Anne Jonsdatter, 8, foster daughter, Ole Pedersen 31, farmer, Marite Bertelsdatter, 27, wife, Bertel Olsen, 2, Marite Olsdatter, 4, Ole Jonsen, 11, Tiener, Maria Anfindsdatter, 65, legdslem, gift 1te aegteskab. Lie, Torris Pedersen (I998)
 
179 1801 Norway census for 1734P Stod, Lie Westre, Ole Olsen, 42 husband, farmer, wife Berete Baardsdatter, 41, wife, Baard Olsen, 11, child, Ole Olsern, 5, child, Anne Olsdatter, 9, child, Hans Christophersen, 18, Tienere, Anne Olsdatter, 30, Tienare, Christopher Olsen, 30, Mand, huusmand, Malena Henrichsdatter, 30, wife, Ole Christophersen, 6

Alternate spelling: Guding 
Guiding, Ole Olsen (I637)
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I474)
 
181 1820 CT Census lists David Dauchy household in Ridgefield with four males under 10 years of age, one female under 10 years of age. Dauchy, Unknown (I14644)
 
182 1824, moved from Stod to Beitstad
Alternate spelling: Poulsen
Alternate birth date: ca. 1771
It hasn't succeeded me even today to find out on which farm he was born. He came with his parents to Veines Farm the Upper when his father took over the farm as a tenant farmer 1800.
Alternate marriage date: 23 Dec 1800, Stod, Nord-Trondelag, Norway 
Wennes, Arnt Paulsen (I1530)
 
183 1830 US Census, Tennessee, Claiborne, Emmanuel Perman, 2 males 10-14, 1 male 50-59, 1 female 15-19, 1 female 50-59

1850 US Census, Tennessee, Greene, Division 9, Emanuel Parman, 72, farmer, value of real estate 900, bor PA, wife Elizabeth, 72, born PA, living next to John Parman and Samuel Parman families 
Parman, Emanuel (I34467)
 
184 1840 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Kern, 3 males age 5-10 (John, Edward, George) 1 male age 10-15 (Edward), 1 male age 30-40 (George), 1 female under age 5 (Esther?), 1 female age 30-40 (Esther)

1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Kern, age 48, farmer, value of real estate 2700, born Ireland, with children Lambert 22, born Ireland, John 21, born Ireland, Edward 17, born NY, George 14, born NY, Jane 12, born NY, Esther 9, born NY, Margaret Lynch 30, living next to (brother?) John and Jane Kern and family, George and Mary Tuke Philpott family, Mary, Richard and Ellen Tuke family

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Kern, 56, farmer, value of real estate 4000, value of personal estate 730, born Ireland, with John Kern 30, born NY, Mevina Kern 22, born NY, Smith Kern 7, born NY, Jas Haney 15, farm laborer, Alida Gates 14, servant, living next to NJ and Ellen Tackaberry, John and Jane Kern, and Edward and Ann Kern

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Geo Kem, 69, farmer, value of real estate 5000, value of personal estate 1500, born Ireland, with wife Sarah 58, born NY, G. Smith Kem 17, farm laborer, born NY, living next to George and Anillas Philpot, John Kem, Edward Kem

George Kern bought out the interest of the other heirs and occupied his father's farm as long as he lived. George added other land in the vicinity. He married Hester Tooke, who was born in the town of Eaton, and died on the home farm.

AE: 78 years
Alternate date of birth: 1803 
Kern, George C. (I19278)
 
185 1841 Census Spetisbury, Dorset, Thomas Harvey, male, age 12, living with Mary Martin, female, age 65 Harvey, Thomas (I15588)
 
186 1850 Census Coal Creek Twp., Montgomery Co., Indiana page 460 Stamped 23 Sept. 1850
1251 / 1255
James Thomas 36 M Farmer 1600 Ohio
Joanna 34 F OH
William M. 13 M IN
Tabitha 15 F IN
Calvin 12 M IN
Viletta 10 F IN
Lucinda 9 F IN
Sarah M. 7 F IN
Jemima 5 F IN
Amand 3 F IN
Mary A. 1 F IN

1860 Census Coal Creek Twp., Pleasant Hill PO., Montgomery Co., Indiana page 16 15 June 1860
121 / 113
James Thomas 44 M - 3200 1000 Ohio
Joanna 45 F Ohio
William M. 24 M Indiana
Violetta 20 F IN
Lucinda 19 F IN
Sarah M. 17 F IN
Jemima 15 F IN
Amanda 13 F IN
Mary A. 11 F IN
James R. 9 M IN
Susan 7 M IN 
Thomas, Jemima (I24325)
 
187 1850 Census Smith Twp., Mahoning Co., Ohio page 302 Sept 1850
Hiram Hoadley 39 M Farmer 4,300 OH
Elizabeth 38 F North Wales- England
Erastus 17 M Farmer OH
Sarah S. 15 F OH
John D. 13 M OH
Hiram 6 M OH
Mary H. 3 F OH

1860 Census Smith Twp., Mahoning Co., Ohio pages 213 & 253 Stamped
1701/1600
Hiram Hoadley 50 M Farmer 9,500 1500 OH
Elizabeth 49 F Wales
John 24 M Teacher OH
Hiram 17 M Farm Labor OH
Mary 14 F OH

1870 Census Florence Twp., Edon P.O., Williams Co., OH
224/224
Hoadley, Erastus 37 M W Farming 6400 2400 OH
Sophia 38 F W Keeping H. PA
Willis 12 M W At School OH
Eva 6 F W At School OH
Hiram Sen[ior] 60 M W Retired Farmer CT
Elizabeth 58 F W Keeping House Wales

1880 Census Florence, Williams Co., Ohio page 561A
Hiram HOADLEY Self M Male W 69 OH Farmer CT CT
Elizabeth HOADLEY Wife M Female W 69 WALES Keeping House WALES WALES
Living next to Erastus Hoadley b. Jan 1833 & Angeline b. March 1839 [Related to Emma?]
Erastus, son of Hiram & Elizabeth, was living in Smith Twp., Mahong Co., Ohio in 1850.
Perhaps Hiram was a brother of Ebenezer, also living there in 1850.
Commemorative biographical record of northwestern Ohio: including the counties of Defiance, Henry, Williams and Fulton, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families. Chicago: J.H. Beers & Co., 1899.
Hoadley, Erastus b. 1/3/1833 Columbiana Co., OH per index.
Hoadley Family ?
Newspaper obituary index listings for Hoadley- a few include Hiram Sr. and Erastus.
HOADLEY HIRAM SR. BRYPRS 11 1 1894 ID# 13705 [Dates published]
HOADLEY ERASTUS BRYPRS 5 1 1905 ID# 13702 
Hoadley, Hiram (I24367)
 
188 1850 CT Census, Danbury, Fairfield Coutny, age 18, Hatter, living in household of Charles Benedict family (listed just prior to David Dauchy family), with eleven other people aged 17-21, including Julia Boughton, age 22.

1860 CT Census, Danbury, Fairfield County, age 26, Hatter, value of real estate = 250, wife Julia, age 28, son Frederick, sister Achsak, Marcus Bouton (Julia's brother?)

The connection of the family with martial affairs is further carried out in the oldest son, Oscar, who was among the many thousands slain at the great battle of Gettysburg.

Alternate date of death: 3 Jul 1862

William Dauchy, Danbury, CT, enlisted as a 1st Sergeant on 6 August 1862. Enlisted in Company C, 17th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 28 Aug 1862. Killed Company C, 17th Infantry Regiment on 1 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg, PA 
Dauchy, William Oscar (I14001)
 
189 1850 CT Census, Salisbury, Litchfield Co., Henry Dauchy, age 48, farmer, value of real estate 7,000, born CT, with wife Asenath, children Henry Jr., John B., Martha A., Marcia E. Dauchy, Henry (I14391)
 
190 1850 NY Census, Bethany, Genesee Co., age 14 Dauchy, Sara Jane (I14435)
 
191 1850 NY Census, Bethany, Genesee Co., age 18, farmer, value of real estate 3,600, with mother Sarah, sister Sarah L., laborer James Goggins Dauchy, George D. (I14434)
 
192 1850 NY Census, Columbia County, Stockport, age 12, born in New York.

1865 NY State Census, Columbia County, Stockport, Jeremiah, age 62, farmer, born in England, naturalized citizen, owner of land, value of real estate owned = 400, wife Louisa (mothered 10 children), children Louisa, Henry (merchant), Elizabeth, Alice

1870 US Census, New York, Columbia, Hudson, Henry James, 32, laborer, born NY

Was an alderman of Hudson, elected in 1879

Worked at Freeman Print Works, 1890-91, worked at F.R.R. as brakeman, 1891-92, No. Adams, MA. Different Henry James?

Last will and testament provided as follows:
1. Cemetery monument not to exceed $500
2. Endowment of $200 to maintain James plot at cemetery
3. $6,000 to son, Henry M. James when he turns 21
4. Gold watch and chain to son, Henry James
5. $1,000 to sister, Louisa Mallory
6. Trust of $4,000 for sister, Louisa Mallory, balance to son Henry M. James at her death.
7. Balance of estate to son, Henry M. James
8. If Henry dead, estate split 50/50 between Louise Mallory and Alice Shultis
9. If Henry, Louise, and Alice dead, estate split among remaining siblings and children. 
James, Henry (I13256)
 
193 1850 NY Census, Columbia County, Stockport, Alice James, age 9, born in New York.

Living at River St., No. Adams in 1872/73

1870 MA Census, Adams, Berkshire Co., Alice Shultis, age 25, occupation keeping house, born NY, with husband Charles 24, mother Louise James 67, sister Louise James 24

1880 MA Census, Alice Shultis, age 37, born NY, with husband Charles, son Frederick, sister Louisa James, boarder Mary Jerome, living at 53 River Street

Alternate marriage date: 27 Nov 1867 (Note Church records were transcribed, not originals)

Listed as Alice Shultis, residing at No. Adams, MA in Probate petition re: Henry James to Columbia County Surrogates Court by George Tator, 13 Jun 1893

Alice Shultis dropped dead this afternoon at her home. Heart trouble was the cause of death. She was 58 years old and leaves her husband and one son, Dr. Fred C. Shultis, who is employed in an insane asylum in the eastern part of the state. Three sisters also survive, Mrs. Peter Post, Mrs. William W. Pratt and Mrs. Louise Mallory, all of No. Adams.

Address 37 Union St., No. Adams, age at death 57 yrs, 6 mos, 26 days

Alternate date of death: 29 Sep 1899 
James, Alice (I13258)
 
194 1850 United States Federal Census
about John Borland
Name: John Borland
Age: 53
Estimated birth year: abt 1797
Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Gender: Male
Home in 1850
(City,County,State): Tuscarawas, Stark, Ohio
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Tuscarawas, Stark, Ohio; Roll: M432_731; Page: 187; Image: 380.


1870 United States Federal Census
about John Borland
Name: John Borland
Estimated birth year: abt 1797
Age in 1870: 73
Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Home in 1870: Tuscarawas, Stark, Ohio
Race: White
Gender: Male
Post Office: Wilmot
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Tuscarawas, Stark, Ohio; Roll: M593_1269; Page: 639; Image: 575. 
Borland, John (I24306)
 
195 1850 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Fairfield, Harvey Haight, 39, Sarah Haight 39, Joseph Haight 30, carriage manufacturer, born NY, Harriet Haight 28, born CT, Adelaide Haight 6, born CT Haight, Joseph (I31465)
 
196 1850 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Ridgefield, Wm. Beers, 48, farmer, value of real estate 1500, born Ridgefield, Rachel 47, born Ridgefield, Wm. H. 16, farmer, born Ridgefield

1870 US Census, Connecticut, Fairfield, Ridgefield, William Bass, 68, farmer, value of real estate 5000, value of personal estate 6040, born NY, Rachel 67, keep house, born CT, Wm. H. 36, farmer, born CT 
Beers, William (I14369)
 
197 1850 US Census, Connecticut, Litchfield, Salisbury, Edwin Dauchy 49, waggonmaker, Sally Dauchy 57, Mary Dauchy 50, Emmeline Dauchy 44, William Dauchy 22, farming, George Chapman 12, Walton Chapman 5, all born CT

1860 US Census, Connecticut, Litchfield, Salisbury, Edwin Dauchy 60, wagon maker, value of real estate 3000, value of personal estate 800, Emaline Dauchy 55, housekeeper, William Dauchy 34, farmer, Walton Chapman 15, Eliza Lampman 13, domestic, John Dauchy 23, merchant, all born CT 
Dauchy, Edwin (I14425)
 
198 1850 US Census, Connecticut, Litchfield, Salisbury, Edwin Dauchy 49, waggonmaker, Sally Dauchy 57, Mary Dauchy 50, Emmeline Dauchy 44, William Dauchy 22, farming, George Chapman 12, Walton Chapman 5, all born CT

1860 US Census, Connecticut, Litchfield, Salisbury, Edwin Dauchy 60, wagon maker, value of real estate 3000, value of personal estate 800, Emaline Dauchy 55, housekeeper, William Dauchy 34, farmer, Walton Chapman 15, Eliza Lampman 13, domestic, John Dauchy 23, merchant, all born CT 
Dauchy, Emeline (I14426)
 
199 1850 US Census, Connecticut, Litchfield, Salisbury, Edwin Dauchy 49, waggonmaker, Sally Dauchy 57, Mary Dauchy 50, Emmeline Dauchy 44, William Dauchy 22, farming, George Chapman 12, Walton Chapman 5, all born CT Dauchy, Sally (I14423)
 
200 1850 US Census, Connecticut, Litchfield, Salisbury, Edwin Dauchy 49, waggonmaker, Sally Dauchy 57, Mary Dauchy 50, Emmeline Dauchy 44, William Dauchy 22, farming, George Chapman 12, Walton Chapman 5, all born CT Dauchy, Mary Polly (I14424)
 

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