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201 1. Listed as mother's sister in Diary of Sophia Weems Doud's Daughter, Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. Married a Asbury 
Doud, Francis (I5783)
 
202 1. Listed as mother's sister in Diary of Sophia Weems Doud's Daughter, Alexina Stewart Maxwell. Doud, Rebecca (I5781)
 
203 1. Martha Mooklar Stewart Stearns Note dtd 1972. Stier, Rhoda (I1000)
 
204 1. Martha Mooklar Stewart Stearns Note dtd 1972. Married by Bachelo r Uncle, Episcopal Rev: Frederick Stier,
2. 1850 Census Hagerstown 1st Distric t, Washington county, Maryland, page 135; age 46.
3. Family Letter Dtd 1935 an d 1941.
4. Source; Obituarity of son indicates travel of Father.
5. Arrival to Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, based on information from the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
5. Birth, residence, and death established by information fr om the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell. 
Stewart, William (I5751)
 
205 1. Memorial Service Booklet. Dalton, Mary Leigh (I5756)
 
206 1. Mother's Obituary dated Saturday, February 18, 1939 lists husband and living children.
2. Notes of Joseph T. Mengel 
Vonnegut, Ella Nanette (I5760)
 
207 1. Note by MMSS.
2. Birth and Death as recorded on Social Security Death Index 
Mengel, Joseph Torbitt (I5795)
 
208 1. Note by Robert Earle Stearns .
2. during the Civil War enlisted as a private in Company G, Forty-seventh Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry; was promoted to orderly sergeant, second lieutenant, first lieutenant, and capt ain, and served four years and three months.
3. Background from Howard Maxwell ; 31 May 2002 
Myers, William Ralph (I5775)
 
209 1. Note by Robert Earle Stearns . Cravens, Junis E (I5777)
 
210 1. Notes of MMSS. Stewart, Sophia (I5792)
 
211 1. Notes of MMSS. Stewart, Anna R (I5793)
 
212 1. Notes of MMSS. Stewart, William (I5798)
 
213 1. Notes of MMSS. Stewart, Charles D. (I5799)
 
214 1. Notes of RES{1919-2001} 1972 from Church records.
2. Child is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell. 
Stewart, Martha Sophia (I5753)
 
215 1. Notes of RES{1919-2001} 1972 from Church records.
2. Child is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell. 
Stewart, Rosa (I5754)
 
216 1. Sister is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell as Nettie.
2. 1 850 Census Hagerstown 1st District, Washington county, Maryland, page 135; Age 6, Listed as Annette.
3. Arrival to Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, based on in formation from the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
4. June 1870 - Federal Ce nsus - page 183 line 224-240, 3-W Indianapolis S7-ed2, age 30, listed as Nettie 
Stewart, Annettie (I5769)
 
217 1. Sister is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. A note to M artha Mooklar Stewart Stearns dated 1935 in the hand writing of Susan Daulton S tewart,her Aunt and daughter of Charles Gray McLean Stewart list Child.
3. 185 0 Census Hagerstown 1st District, Washington county, Maryland, page 135, age 4.
4. June 1870 - Federal Census - page 183 line 224-240, 3-W Indianapolis S7-ed 2; age 24.
4. Arrival to Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, based on information f rom the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell. 
Stewart, Emilie (I5771)
 
218 1. Sister is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. A note to M artha Mooklar Stewart Stearns dated 1935 in the hand writing of Susan Daulton S tewart,her Aunt and daughter of Charles Gray McLean Stewart list Child.
3. 185 0 Census Hagerstown 1st District, Washington county, Maryland, page 135; Age 11 - Name not deciferable.
4. June 1870 - Federal Census - page 183 line 224-240 , 3-W Indianapolis S7-ed2, Age 31.
4. Arrival to Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana , based on information from the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell. 
Stewart, Sophia (I5768)
 
219 1. Sister is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. A note to M artha Mooklar Stewart Stearns dated 1935 in the hand writing of Susan Daulton S tewart,her Aunt and daughter of Charles Gray McLean Stewart list Child.
3. Jun e 1870 - Federal Census - page 183 line 224-240, 3-W Indianapolis S7-ed2; age 1 8.
4.Note by Robert Earle Stearns indicates birth and suggests that she is burried in family plot. 
Stewart, Mary (I5773)
 
220 1. Sister is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. A note to m y mother dated 1935 in the hand writing of Susan Daulton Stewart,her Aunt and d aughter of Charles Gray McLean Stewart list Child.
3. 1850 Census Hagerstown 1 st District, Washington county, Maryland, page 135; Age 5.
4. Arrival to India napolis, Marion, Indiana, based on information from the Diary of Alexina Stewar t Maxwell.
5. June 1870 - Federal Census - page 183 line 224-240, 3-W Indianap olis S7-ed2; age 26. 
Stewart, Florence Mclean (I5770)
 
221 1. Stagwell Marker

Inscription. Patented to Thomas Stagwell 1649. Acquired by Richard Bennett 1706, one of the largest land owners in Maryland. His descendant Judge Richard Bennett Carmichael built the house about 1805. He presided over the convention of 1867, for a new constitution for the State of Maryland.

Erected by State Roads Commission.

Location. 38? 56' 11.51? N, 76? 8' 2.94? W. Marker is in Carmichael, Maryland, in Queen Anne's County. Marker is at the intersection of Carmichael Road and Stagwell Road, on the right when traveling south on Carmichael Road. 
Carmichael, William C. (I3546)
 
222 1. The following from the book entitled, "History of Panola County, Texas"
published by Panola Co. Historical Commission P1 written by Leila B
LaGrone

page 284:

John Anderson Vaughn Family
family # 273

John Anderson Vaughn and wife, Martha Goodin Vaughn, had twelve
children when Martha died in Mississippi. John then married Ida
Lee Ashener when the baby, Oliver Perry, was four years old, in 1882.
Then the family moved to Texas, settling first near Corsicana, and
bought a section of land there. John Vaugn had sold his plantation in
Mississippi and his slaves had been freed. Ida brought their money
sewed in the hem of her full skirt, because there had been stories of
robbers along the way who often held up the wagon trains. When they
reached the Mississippi River Ferry, they were held up. The outlaws
searched through all their possessions looking for gold, but they did
not suspect that Martha [This is a misprint, it should have read Ida]
had it secure in her skirt.
One day, after they had settled on a Texas farm and were working in the
field, they heard one of their Mississippi slaves shout to them. It was
Tobe Smith who had come to them and they all had a happy reunion. Then,
John Vaughn sent back after Tobe's wife, Easter.[My grandmother, Gladys
Greer Womack, remembers the story being told to her by her grandmother,
Ida, as when Ida and John were packing to leave Mississippi, Tobe and
Ester were crying and begging them to take them along to Texas. Gladys
said they brought them to Texas.]
The land title was evidently not entirely clear for the original owner,
a Mr. Gray, had an illegitimate grandson who came in from Chicago and
contested the purchase. It was during the Reconstruction Period and the
Military Court ruled against John Vaughn.
So they moved to East Texas, and settled about four miles from Woods
Post Office, where the children grew up. John and Martha had twelve
children, then John and Ida Ashby Isenbletter, a German woman and a
widow who had one son, Frederick William, by her deceased husband. [I
have since been told that Ida's maiden name was Von Ashington]
John and Ida then had four children, making John's children number
sixteen. The daughters were Edda Bren Weathersbee, Nolen Etner Carrico,
Dora Marguerite Mallard, Roxie Viola Jennings, Virginia Frances
McDonald, Aurora Dianna Dillard, Mattie Jones, Annette Jones, Lelia Mae
Whitehead and Inez Greer.
The sons were Green Berry W. [Washington], William Lafayette, John Carl,
Oliver Perry , Pinkney and McCray.
Life was hard, for the children had to help with the farm work. They
split rails and trapped during the cold winters. They walked four miles
to school at Woods Post Office.
All this hard work and exposure, added to the battle with flies and
mosquitoes brought an early end to John's life on July 7, 1893, at the
age of fifty-seven. He was buried at Woods Cemetery. His son, Oliver
Perry, was very ill also,-- perhaps with Malaria, at the time
of the father's death.
In later years, after Oliver Perry's marriage to Willie Ann Wells, he
told his children of his affection for Tobe Smith and his wife, Easter.
Tobe was a fiddler and Oliver Perry was a "Flat-foot-dancer" and
harmonica player, and they were truly good friends.
by Mrs. Opal Rhodes


2. LDS site has marriage of John A. Anderson to Ida Izenbletter, 5-3-1881, Lauderdale Co., Miss. but no submitter information available for verification. 
Vaughn, John Anderson (I7344)
 
223 1."As I see it, My job is to prepare the ground where any number of small mirac les can happen"
2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Obiruary.
3. Birth and Death as recorded on Social Security Death Index. 
Mengel, Nanette Vonnegut (I5797)
 
224 1.Brother is mentioned in the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. A note to M artha Mooklar Stewart Stearns dated 1935 in the hand writing of Susan Daulton S tewart,her Aunt and daughter of Charles Gray McLean Stewart lists father.
3. A rival to Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, based on information from the Diary of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
4. June 1870 Census 3d Ward, Indianapolis,Marion, IN , page 187; Line 286-304, age 34.
5. June 1880 - Federal Census - page 202D; l ine 46-36-43, Ward 7 Indianapolis, IN, age 43.
6. Cottman Newspaper Clipping Scrap Book, Pg. 20, Indiana State Library, 140 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis , Indiana. 46204. These clippings are his death notice s of December 29 and 30,1915. One gives his business, birth, marriage and buria l information; the other, an editorial. The second Paragraph from the bottom me ntions his son,Charles Holliday Stewart(then in Mexico and his wife Martha Mook lar.
7. Buried in the Stewart Lot, Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana, Lots 114 & 54, #10 & #11. 
Stewart, Charles Gray Mclean (I5747)
 
225 1.Child listed in the Diary his mother of Alexina Stewart Maxwell.
2. Changed Name From William Brewster. 
Maxwell, Bruce William (I5766)
 
226 1.Child listed in the Diary his mother of Alexina Stewart Maxwell. Maxwell, William Stewart (I5765)
 
227 1.Family Nick Name: "Muzzie" or "Mattie"
2.The Mooklar Bible records the dates of her birth , marriage and death . MMSS wea rs her wedding ring inscribed: "Charlie to Mattj.0, Oct. 14th 1862." She is bur ied in the Stewart Lot, Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana, Lots 44 & 5 4, #10 & #11.
3. As a. married daughter, Martha N. Stewart is mentioned in th e will of her father, William Bladen Mooklar; Kentucky Historical Society Libra ry, Frankfort, Ky., Kenton Co., Wills, Book 4, March 30, 1885; Proven July 28, 1885.
4. June 1850 - Feder al Census - page 217; line 82-91, Covington City, Kenton, KY, Age 14.
5. June 1870 Census 3d Ward, Indianapolis,Marion, IN, page 187; Line 286-304, age 33.
6. June 1880 - Federal Census - page 202D; line 46-36-43, Ward 7 Indianapolis, IN, age 43.
7. 1920 Federal Census, Indiana, Marion, Indianapolis, Roll T625_4 52, Page 4A, ED 79, Image 107, Shows at age 83. 
Mooklar, Martha Norman (I5748)
 
228 1.Family Note: Kindergarten Teacher, Volunteer Social Worker.
2. Death certifi cate shows parents as John T. Brodnax and Elizabeth Pierce, both of Alabama
3. 1930 Census, New York, Westchester County, North Pelham, District 310 on Roll T626_1664, Page 9A, ED 310, image 0658 shows house/family 42/6 as being Stewart . Shows Mary L, age 58. 
Brodnax, Mary Leigh (I5738)
 
229 10 Goodwin Avenue Buyer, Flora (I24)
 
230 10 Goodwin Avenue Bronne, Carl (I183)
 
231 10 Goodwin Avenue Bronne, Marjorie (I184)
 
232 10 Months 10 Days Neal, Nancy (I1837)
 
233 10 other children

From Pedigrees of Thomas, Chew, and Lawrance :

SAMUEL, eldest son of John and Sarah Chew; removed to Maryland before 1655, received large grants of land there, and settled at Herring Bay in Calvert County. He md. ANNE AYRES, a prominent member of the Society of Friends, whose business meetings were long held at her house.
AUTH 8FNV-6T
AUTH 1S94-X2D
AUTH Jamestown, James City, Va
AUTH Jamestown, James City, Virginia
AUTH , Anne Arundel, Maryland
AUTH A. A. Co., Md
AUTH , Anne Arundel, Md


From: "Fredric Z. Saunders"
Subject: [BALTGEN-L] Chew-Ayres
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 19:12:10 -0600

CHEW is one of my lines on which I haven't done much personal reseach. Robert L. CHEW published a book called *A Genealogy of the Chew Family,* in 1982. Allegedly John CHEW of VA is the same as baptised 16 Dec. 1587 at Whally, Lancashire, England, and named in his father's will in 1640 .

It has been a few years since I looked at his book, but he had also listed a number of children other than Samuel and Joseph as children of John, and had the family running up and down the east coast from New England to VA. It may be true, but I would be very wary of accepting everything he has written. Some of it seemed to stretch believability in my mind, and as I recall, there was little documentation.

As I recall there was nothing to list how he connected John CHEW of VA as being identical to the one bap. in 1587 above. I have seen too many instances of where a researcher has taken a name from the IGI parish extraction program, and assumed a name found there that seems to be about the right age is the same person in the Colonies. In my own ancestry, I can think of at least 3 instances from the early 1600s where someone has done that, where the connection has later been proved to be incorrect. There are at least a couple others, not including CHEW, that are in the category of "possible" but not proved or disproved either way whether the person in England is the same person in the Colonies.

Someday I hope to investigate this CHEW branch of my ancestry more, and see whether I agree with his findings.

Allegedly John's wife Sarah was Sarah GALE or Sarah BOND , but I have never seen documentation for either. If someone can cite an original source for that information, I would be interested.

John's son Samuel married Ann AYRES, the only daughter of William AYRES and wife Sarah. This I have researched. I'll list a few notes about AYRES. The scans of these patents can be downloaded from the Library of VA site at:
http://eagle.vsla.edu/lonn/
Just type in "eyres, william"

The first record I find of him is 30 June 1635 William HEIRES received 250 acres in Warrosquoiacke Co., VA . He had a number of other patents in VA as can be downloaded above.

On 29 Oct. 1651 William AYRES had 600 acres *Ayres* survyed in Anne Arundel Co., MD

William AYRES on 5 Oct. 1653 demanded 950 acres of 1550 assigned to him by Caprt. BRENT and Mr. Edward LLOYD, and assinged 600 acres of the 950 to MR. Richard WELLS. He then demanded the 350 left plus 1300 more for transporting himself, Sarah his deceased wife, Ann AYRES his daughter and 9 servants [named] before June 1652, and Martha his now wife and a servant [named] since June 1652 for a total of 1650 acres. He then assigned 500 of the 1650 to Tho: MARSH.

At the Battle of the Severn on 25 March 1655, William AYRES was allegedly the Standard Bearer for the Puritans, and at the beginning of the battle the Standard was fired on, and he was killed. [John Bennett Boddie, *Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia,* .] From various accounts I have seen, there were apparently contemporary documents describing the battle, but I have not seen the location and/or source of these. If anyone knows, I would be interested, in verifying Boddie's account of William AYRES.

On 20 April 1653 Thomas MARSH had sold to William AYRES 500 acres of 1000 acres due him by warrant dated 25 Oct. 1651. "Samuel CHEW and Ann CHEW the Daughter and Sole heir of Mr. William AYRES" had sold the 500 acres on 4 July 1657 to Anthony SALWAY. At the same time Anthony SALWAY sold 300 acres of land due William AYRES upon his right entered 5 Oct. 1653. Mr. Anthony SALWAY had married the widow of Mr. William AYRES, and she relinquished all her interest in the same.

On 27 Aug. 1658 the 600 acres surveyed on 29 Oct. 1651 was granted to "Ann the Daughter and Heire of the said Will. AYRES and now wife to Samuel CHEW."

Note that Donna Valley Russell, *First Families of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 1649-1658,* Vol 1, The Landowners, , incorrectly made statements that William AYRES widow was Sarah MARSH. As noted above, William's first wife was Sarah -?-, who predeceased him, and his second wife was Martha -?-, who secondly married Anthony SALWAY. Her information will be corrected in her second volume which is to be out shortly .

Rick Saunders 
Chew, Col. Samuel (I3466)
 
234 10/23/1991
Cleveland Court Records
Name change case # 1067915
MANDRYK SR, JOHN MICHAEL Converted AKA
BOBKIVICH, JOHN MICHAEL Old Name


Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002
about Louis M Mandryk Sr
Name: Louis M Mandryk Sr
Birth Date: 8 May 1914
Birth State: Pennsylvania
Birth Country: United States
Gender: Male
Race: White
Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino
Death Date: 11 Sep 1998
Death Time: 4:40 AM
Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: Westlake
County of Death: Cuyahoga
Certificate: 070405
Age at Death: 84
Certifier: Physician
Hospital Status: Other/Nursing Home
Social Security Number: 272-09-2096
Father's Surname: Mandryk
Mother's Maiden Name: Bobkowicz
Marital Status: Widowed
Education: 12
Armed Forces Indicator: No
Industry of Decedent: Metalworking machinery
Occupation of Decedent: Machinists

Census Tract: 1617
Primary Registration District: 1822 
Bobkivich, Walter (I7064)
 
235 100 acres from Harriet and Jacob Yarnell "Garden of Eden" and "Edens Addition", Garden of Eden and Edens Addition surveyed 1685 for Adam Birchall Stier, Jay Hugh M.D. (I112)
 
236 100 Aldershot Lane Reinisch, Otto (I3)
 
237 1000 Bush Street, Name: Leopold Risch Age in 1910: 71 Estimated Birth Year: 1838 Home in 1910: SAN FRANCISCO, SAN FRANCISCO, California Race: White Gender: Male Series: T624 Roll: 101 Part: 3 Page: 130B Year: 1910 ED291 sheet 7B Reich, Leopold (I2634)
 
238 1000 Bush Street, Name: Leopold Risch Age in 1910: 71 Estimated Birth Year: 1838 Home in 1910: SAN FRANCISCO, SAN FRANCISCO, California Race: White Gender: Male Series: T624 Roll: 101 Part: 3 Page: 130B Year: 1910 ED291 sheet 7B Weisskopf, Amalie (I2635)
 
239 1000 Bush Street, Name: Leopold Risch Age in 1910: 71 Estimated Birth Year: 1838 Home in 1910: SAN FRANCISCO, SAN FRANCISCO, California Race: White Gender: Male Series: T624 Roll: 101 Part: 3 Page: 130B Year: 1910 ED291 sheet 7B Reich, Theodor Abraham (I2636)
 
240 1005 E Monument St, driver, private house, immigration 1864
born Austria
age 56
wife Bertha
daughter Dora Rosskopf
sons Willy M., Joseph N. Rosskopf 
Hamerschlag, Joseph (I5300)
 
241 1005 E. Monument, 1912 Baltimore directory: Hammerschlag, Jos, laborer, Hamerschlag, Joseph (I5300)
 
242 101 W. 80th St. Steinbrink, Julia (I21)
 
243 101 W. 80th St. Hamerschlag, Royal P. (I118)
 
244 1019 North Highland Avenue Agnew, Mary Hannah (I33)
 
245 102 E. Franklin St., Baltimore Patterson, John Hawkins M.D. (I359)
 
246 104 Lafayette Ave. Bebarfald, Miriam (I3304)
 
247 1047 S. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh
Head of household: Miss Margareta Patterson, aunt, age 72, born PA, widowed, no children
Frank and Mary Eva
George H. Reppert, age 25, nephew, electrical engineer, elevator company 
Hunter, Frank Milton (I1371)
 
248 1047 S. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh Hunter, Frank Milton (I1371)
 
249 1047 S. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh; living with Frank and Mary Eva: Miss Marion Patterson Hunter, Frank Milton (I1371)
 
250 105 E. 118th St Kube, Bernhard (I3260)
 

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