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51
Baltimore, Maryland Directories, 1890
about Mrs Mary E Gill
Name: Mrs Mary E Gill
Location 2: 905 w Lexington
City: Baltimore
State: MD





Baltimore, Maryland Directories, 1890
about Nicholas A Gill
Name: Nicholas A Gill
Location 2: 905 w Lexington
Occupation: cooper
City: Baltimore
State: MD


1910 United States Federal Census
about Walter E Gill
923 w lexington
Name: Walter E Gill
Age in 1910: 60
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1850
Birthplace: Maryland
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Maryland
Mother's Birth Place: Maryland
Home in 1910: Baltimore Ward 18, Baltimore , Maryland
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Male
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Walter E Gill 60
Ella M Gill 45
Howard Gill 55 
Harding, Mary (I1870)
 
52
California Death Index, 1940-1997
about Ottilie Haines
Name: Ottilie Haines
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 25 Mar 1874
Birthplace: Czechoslovkia
Death Date: 5 May 1962
Death Place: San Francisco
Mother's Maiden Name: Bayer  
Loewy, Ottilie (I2613)
 
53
California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968
ottilie haines Marin County 1920-1934
ottilie haines Orange County 1938
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1916
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1918
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1930
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1932
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1935
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1936
ottilie haines San Francisco County 1938 
Loewy, Ottilie (I2613)
 
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Charles Harding found in:
Colonial America, 1607-1789 Census Index
State: MD
County: Montgomery Co.
Census/Enumeration year: 1778
Census type code: Fidelity Oath 
Harding, Charles (I3631)
 
55
Cook County, Illinois Death Index, 1878-1907 and 1921-1988
about Helena M Gamer
Name: Helena M Gamer
Death Date: 13 May 1966
Death Location: Cook County, IL
File Number: 633348
Archive collection name: Cook County Genealogy Records
Archive repository location: Chicago, IL
Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk  
Gamer, Helena M. (I5351)
 
56
Cook County, Illinois Death Index, 1878-1907 and 1921-1988
about Magdalena Gamer
Name: Magdalena Gamer
Death Date: 23 Jul 1937
Death Location: Cook County, IL
File Number: 6021533
Archive collection name: Cook County Genealogy Records
Archive repository location: Chicago, IL
Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk  
Magdalena (I5350)
 
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Date: 1916-08-03; Paper: The Evening News
Dr. Henry Abrahms 
Abrahm, Dr. Henry (I5931)
 
58
Florida Death Index, 1877-1998
about Horace Hardaway Epes
Name: Horace Hardaway Epes
Death Date: 23 Apr 1995
County of Death: Duval
State of Death: Florida
Age at Death: 77
Race: White
Birth Date: 10 Aug 1917 
Epes, Horace Hardaway Jr. (I8390)
 
59
Frederick County, Maryland - Equity Court Abstracts - HS-10

73-87 - PATTERSON, BUONAPARTE, WELLERSLEY, GEERS, JOHNSON - Jul 1833

Richard Colley WELLERSLEY and w/ Mary Ann
vs Elizabeth BUONAPARTE, William PATTERSON, et al

Robert PATTERSON d/ 1820 intestate, no issue
widow - Mary Ann

bro/ William PATTERSON, dec'd
......s/ William PATTERSON - Baltimore Co

bro/ John PATTERSON - Baltimore Co
bro/ Edward PATTERSON - Baltimore Co
bro/ Joseph PATTERSON - Baltimore Co
bro/ George PATTERSON - Baltimore Co
bro/ Henry PATTERSON - Baltimore Co

sis/ Elizabeth BUONAPARTE - Europe


Land - "Resurvey on Johnsons Folly", 47 acres, from George GEERS
in 1821; and "Victory", 2 acres, presently occupied by George GEERS
and w/ Mary with a life estate to them.
- "Perfection Disputed", 23 acres, from William JOHNSON of Jeremiah
in 1821; starts at intersection of Trammelsburg Rd and
Biddle Rd and runs along "Addition to Carrolton", "Matthews Lot" and
"Resurvey on Johnsons Folly".
Boundaries of these lands are Carroll Manor on the north and east,
by the farm of George THOMAS of Henry on the west, and lies about
one mile southwest from the house and farm of Lady Wellersley and
three miles from Buckeystown; the road leading from Kemp's Mill to
Trammelsburg runs through part of it.

John Patterson sold his share for $200 to the widow in
1827; at that time she was Mary Ann WELLERSLEY of Dublin, Ireland,
called Marchieness of Wellersley.

Trustee was Frederick A. SCHLEY; sale was made to John McTAVISH and
Roseville L. COLT, trustees for Mary Ann, known as Lady WELLERSLEY,
w/o Lord WELLERSLEY at $659.25. Each 1/7 share of proceeds was
$83.29; closed 11 Feb 1841. 
Patterson, Elizabeth "Betsy" (I7701)
 
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Hamburger Passagierlisten, 1850-1934 Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934
about Maxwell M Mayer
Name: Maxwell M Mayer
Departure Date: 28 Aug 1898
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874
Age Year: 24
Gender: männlich
Marital Status: ledig
Family: Household members
RESIDENCE: New York
Ethnicity/Nationality: USA
Occupation: Kaufmann

Ship Name: Pennsylvania
Shipping Line: Hamburg-Amerika Linie
Ship Type: Dampfschiff
Accommodation: Kajüte
Ship Flag: Deutschland
Port of Departure: Hamburg
Port of Arrival: New York

Volume: 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 099
Page: 700 
Mayer, Maxwell M. (I124)
 
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http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~silver/south/secondgen.html
Our Second Silver Generation in America

JOHANN JURG SILBER
"GEORGE SILVER, JR."


The second generation of the Silver family in America is represented by Johann Jurg Silber whose Americanized name was George Silver Junior.

George and his twin sister, Elizabeth, were born to Georg Wendel and Elizabeth Margaretha Schmieden Silber in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The exact date of their birth is unknown but records of the Augustus Lutheran Church in Trappe, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania reflect that they were christened on October 28, 1753.

Apparently George Jr. lived with his parents, who were farmers, in Montgomery and Berks Counties, Pennsylvania until the year 1774. In that year George Sr. patented land in Frederick County, Maryland. This "plantation," as it was referred to in those years, was named, "Littleworth." George Jr. probably assisted his father on the plantation during the next two years. At some time in 1776, George Jr. joined the Continental Army. For the record of the next five years, we must refer to George Jr.'s pension application filed in Bakersville, Mitchell County, North Carolina in January of 1833. That document is printed in its entirety herein.

On the 12th of April, 1782, George and Nancy Ann Griffith were married. Nancy was born in 1766, the daughter of Orlando and Elizabeth Riggs Griffith, plantation owners in Frederick County, Maryland.

George and Nancy were the parents of 11 children, 6 boys and 5 girls, all born in Frederick County, Maryland. They were John Silver, born about 1785. George Silver III, born 17 July, 1786. Elizabeth Silver, born about 1790. Jacob Silver, born 22 February, 1791. Sarah Silver, born about 1794. Greenberry Silver, born 8 February, 1795. Rachel Silver, born about 1796. William Griffith Silver, born 14 June 1800. Henry Gilbert Silver, born 26 October, 1801. Nancy Silver, born about 1802, and Thomas Silver, born 15 December, 1803.

In the latter part of 1806, George and Nancy sold their plantation and moved with their children to western North Carolina. Their plantation was sold in three parts to Chisholm Griffith, Henry Winemiller and William Norris Silver. Their move was to take advantage of a land grant awarded to George for his Revolutionary War service. This land grant consisted of 640 acres located in the Toe River section of Burke County, North Carolina that is now part of Mitchell County.

George and his family had traveled by horse drawn wagon in the company of the Buchanan and Ellis families down the wagon road from Maryland. The travelers arrived in the Little Crabtree section on Christmas Eve of 1806 in a blinding snowstorm. After spending the night there, the families went their separate ways in the morning.

George, Nancy and the children proceeded to the Toe Valley. Here, over the next three years, they built their home that stands to this day. In the intervening years they cleared and tilled the land. Eventually, the children grew up and married. Some remained in close proximity while others, like John and George III, traveled far and wide. John settled in Georgia while George III traveled to Kentucky, Indiana and eventually to Missouri.

After a long and fruitful life, George died of typhoid fever on July 8, 1839. Nancy died on April 30, 1849 of natural causes. They are both buried in the Silver Family Cemetery at Kona, Mitchell County, North Carolina within sight of their home and farm.


from Emmitsburg Historical Society http://www.emmitsburg.net/archive_list/articles/history/rev_war/george_silver_german_battalion.htm

George Silver, Jr., A brief history of the German Regiment

The German Battalion unofficially referred to as the 8th Maryland Regiment under the command of Haussegger and DeArendt. Nicholas Haussegger, major of the Fourth Battalion, was commissioned Colonel of the German Regiment. Pennsylvania furnished by far the largest number of both of its officers and recruits. A handful of men from Tom's Creek Hundred who served in the German Regiment were Private John Patterson and Private Michael Smith.

One May 25, 1776 Congress resolved that one battalion of Germans be raised for the service. By June 27, four companies of Germans were raised in Pennsylvania and another four companies were raised in Maryland to compose the German Battalion for a three year service to the army. By October 20, newly elected Colonel Nicholas Haussegger was commissioned to the regiment. Since it's creation in the summer the regiment spent time training at the barracks in Philadelphia, and did not see action until December 1776. There is no evidence that shows the German Regiment was entirely German, as many Tom's Creek citizens properly spoke English; however, newer immigrants would have surely spoken German when translating commands.

On December 2, the regiment marched out of Philadelphia to join General Washington's Army. By December 8, the regiment was guarding Coryell's Ferry on the Pennsylvania Side of the Delaware River. By Christmas day the German Regiment was ordered to Washington's Army for the famous battle attack on the Hessian garrison in Trenton.

During the early part of January of 1777, the German Regiment participated in the battle of Princeton on the 3rd and after the battle; they went into winter quarters near Morristown, New Jersey. During May of 1777, the German Regiment was transferred to Deborre's brigade, of Sullivan's division. Colonel Haussegger left the army after the Battle of Monmouth, and returned to his farm near Lebanon, PA. Lt Colonel Weltner succeeded to the command, who commanded the German Regiment until the end of the war. The German Regiment participated in the Brandywine Campaign during September 1777. They fought at the battle of Germantown on October 3, 1777, thus ending the Brandywine Campaign late in November performing reconnaissance of General Cornwallis' forces in New Jersey. The German re-crossed the Delaware River into Pennsylvania re joining the rest of Washington's Army shortly before the winter encampment at Valley Forge.

On February 26, 1778, the German Regiment was assigned entirely to Maryland . Although Pennsylvania officers continue to receive support from the Pennsylvania legislature, the rank and file of Pennsylvanian troops was not entitled to any bounties voted by the Pennsylvania legislature, and Maryland would limit its state bounties to only those soldiers who actually lived in Maryland.

During June of 1778 at the battle of Monmouth, the Germans served as reserves being attached to Muhlenburg's Virginia brigade. On July 22, 1778, the unit was transferred to the Second Maryland Brigade, staying with that Brigade until the end of November, 1778. By the end of November, they escorted British Prisoners in New Jersey and shortly after went into winter quarters in Easton Pennsylvania.

On March 24, 1779, the German Regiment left winter quarters. During July, orders for the German Regiment were to marched from Fort Wyoming, and to rejoin the army and by August the German Regiment participated in the battle of Newton, New Jersey. The German Regiment lost many of men mainly due to the soldiers who had only enlisted for three years were discharged. Shortly after the battle of Newton, the German Regiment was ordered to the outposts on the branches of the Susquehanna with the center of operations at Sunbury and Fort Augusta.

In 1780, the German regiment took part in Sullivan's campaign against the Indians, and in the spring of 1780 it was stationed on the frontier of Northumberland County. By August, 1780, the regiment was recalled from the frontier to support the garrison at West Point, New York.

By resolution of Congress in October of 1780, the German Regiment was reduced and ended its organization January 1, 1781. The Regiment was dissolved and orders were issued for the Pennsylvania soldiers to encamp at Morristown, New Jersey, while the soldiers from Maryland were transferred into the Maryland Continental Troops, part of the 3rd Maryland Regiment, where they marched back to Frederick and then to Baltimore where they were re-equipped to go south to Yorktown.

The German Battalion enlisted for three years, and served between the years of 1776-1780 and saw action for almost five years at Trenton, White Plains, and Brandywine. In January of 1781 the Regiment was disbanded as a separate entity and was folded into the Maryland Continental Troops, part of the 3rd Maryland Regiment. Most of the men from Tom’s Creek Hundred were of German decent, for example, Hockensmith and Rowe. The Emmitsburg Chronicle in 1908 interviewed Nathaniel Rowe whose grandfather George served in the Revolutionary War. Since his great-grandfather was a German emigrant it might be possible his son served in the German Regiment. Nathaniel Rowe then continued to tell the history of his grandfather during the war.

"I recollect he said they were camped through an entire winter in a valley, the snow was deep and the soldiers had to carry wood for their fires from the Ridge a mile away. When his regiment was in camp near Lancaster Pennsylvania he often saw the great Pulaski, the Polish patriot who fought in the Revolutionary army and was killed at the siege of Savannah in 1779. My great-uncle, Michael Rowe, was a lieutenant in a Maryland regiment during the War of the Revolution and he also used to tell me stories of his adventures which I wish I could remember for your readers."

GEORGE SILVER, JR'S PENSION APPLICATION

George Silver Junior moved to Frederick County, Maryland sometime during 1774 with his parents when his father George Sr. purchased land. The land was named "Littleworth" and was referred to as a Plantation. George Jr. probably assisted his father on the plantation during the next two years. During 1776, George Jr. joined the Continental Army.

Vance Pollock was generous enough to include George Silver’s War Record as he applied for Pension in 1832. George Silver Jr gives in great detail his war time memories. A copy of George's pension application, copies of military pay records obtained from the National Archives document his services from November 1779 through December 1780. During this period, he served as a private in The Lieutenant Colonel's Company, German Regiment of Foot, commanded by Lt. Col. Ludwig Weltner.

During the Revolutionary War George’s Father George Sr. Also enlisted and fought with General Washington's army. He returned four years later , old and in poor health. His son, George Jr., eighteen at the time, went back in his father’s and fought until the close of the war three years later in 1783, serving as a member of Washington's bodyguard.

For the record of the next five years, we must refer to George Jr.'s pension application filed in Bakersville, Mitchell County, North Carolina in January of 1833. That document is printed in its entirety herein.

The Declaration of George Silver in order to obtain the benefits of the Act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832. State of North Carolina, County of Burke. On the twenty third day of January 1833 personally appeared before me David D. Baker one of the acting justices of the peace in and for the county of Burke aforesaid, George Silver, a resident of Toe River in the county of Burke and state of North Carolina aged about eighty years, who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by the Act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832.

The first tour he served was with the Maryland troops at Annapolis in that state for a term of six months under Captain William Norris. After his term of service was out he returned home to the neighborhood of Fredericktown in Maryland. Not long after he returned he enlisted in Fredericktown under Captain Ralph Hillory in what was called the Flying Camp for a term of eighteen months.

The dates when he enlisted he cannot state but recollects very well that he was in the Battle of Germantown in 1777 while under this enlistment and that in that battle a bullet grazed the skin of his neck. And when his enlistment was up he received his discharge in Fredericktown in Maryland. And that shortly after he was discharged he enlisted again in Fredericktown in Maryland under Captain Boyer for three years in the German regiment.

Soon after he enlisted he was marched to Northumberland and from there to Wyoming . This he believes to have been about the year of 1779. This he says was against the Indians and others which they dispersed. Afterwards he was marched to West Point and while he was there he was sent out with a detachment and had a skirmish with some British Draggoons, and he says he was present and under arms when Major Andre, the British spy, was executed in 1780. Afterward he was marched to Philadelphia and from there to Baltimore and we lay sometime at a fort on the Slatistone point not far from Baltimore.

When we marched from this place we went to Annapolis and after harvest we were marched to Yorktown where we besieged the British under Lord Cornwallis in 1781. After the surrender of Lord Cornwallis and the British army at Yorktown he was ordered to the south and was attached to the Army under General Green. And while in South Carolina he was sent out with a party against a party of mounted Negroes near Charleston which the British had sent out. Of this party they killed and made prisoners of the whole party.

And he further states that he continued in South Carolina till about the close of the war. he was marched back to Annapolis and then to Fredericktown in Maryland where he received his discharge from Captain Winchester. But says this and all his other papers are lost or destroyed.

He further states that after his term of enlistment expired he was induced to stay with the Army until he was discharged in Maryland. He says he believes he served under his enlistments and other ways upwards of five years. And he says that his memory is bad and that he has forgot the names of many of his officers, but says his first tour to Annapolis his captain's name was William Norris.

The rest of their names he has forgotten except a Sergeant Shoemaker. And in the 18 months enlistment in the Flying Camp his captain was Ralph Hillory. He says General Smallwood and Colonel Will Luckett was with them and many others that he has forgot.

But says General Washington was chief commander at the Battle of Germantown. And he says Captain Huff was wounded in the engagement and Lieut. Michael Thrush was killed.

And in his three years enlistment under Captain Boyce, Wettner was the name of his colonel in the German Regiment. He recollects the names of the following officers, Captains Crawford, Rice and Winchester and Major Oxburg.

But Washington and Green was mostly the generals he was under. He says there was one John Gordon, a quartermaster sergeant, and he says he knew one Lieut. Bettis and says he knew a Sergeant Low that deserted to the enemy.

He thinks these are names enough to mention, and he further says that he is not on any pension roll in this state nor any other state or United States and that this is the first time that he ever made application to be put on the pension roll of the United States or any other state.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid. George Silver, X, his mark. I, the aforesaid David D. Baker, one of the acting justices of the peace in and for the county of Burke aforesaid do hereby certify and declare that in my opinion that the above named applicant, George Silver, was a Revolutionary soldier and served as he states—and also that the above named applicant from age and infirmities is not able to attend at the courthouse in person to make application without great bodily pain. He lives at least forty miles from the court house. David D. Baker. 
Silver, George (I4936)
 
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immigration 1870
alien 
Cohen, Rachael (I5582)
 
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Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
about Ida Boswell
Name: Ida Boswell
Marriage Date: 7 Aug 1889
Marriage County: Marion
Estimated Birth Year: 1862
Age: 27
Gender: Female
Father Name: James
Mother Name: Mary
Source Title 1: Marion County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Supplemental Record Marriage Transcript 1
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: 3
OS Page: 116


Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941
about Ida Boswell
Name: Ida Boswell
Spouse Name: Livingston Howland
Marriage Date: 7 Aug 1889
Marriage County: Marion
Estimated Birth Year: 1867
Age: 22
Source Title 1: Marion County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1886 - 1890 Inclusive Vol
Source Title 3: Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Ind
Book: 123  
Family F6043
 
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listed next to him on passenger manifest:
Spanel, Stefanie
Bohemia, Bohemian
Friedland
4 Sep 1903
17y
F
S
Barbarossa
Bremen, Germany

Hamburg Passenger Lists:

Niederhoz now known as DolnÌ Dvur
Ottendorf in Hradec Kralove region
both near Liberec

Franz Spanel 28 Aug 1891 abt 1836 m‰nnlich New York Niederdoz, Bˆhmen F¸rst Bismarck

Franz Spanel 31 Aug 1911 abt 1835 m‰nnlich New York Wien Pretoria

Maria Spanel 12 Feb 1892 abt 1872 weiblich Grimsby Via Liverpool) Ottendorf, Bˆhmen Warrington

Theresia Spanel 15 Mai 1891 abt 1834 weiblich New York Niederhof, Bˆhmen Augusta Victoria


Reichenberger Zeitung Periodical Page
Organ für die deutsch-nationale Partei in Böhmen
ISSN: 1214-6587
Volume: 1915
Issue: 16.7.1915
Page: 8
. Bezilksobmann, ssliedlanb K 40, Anton Modcl, Baumeiftel, Neustadt a. T. K 10, Firm»»»» E Hcint»»»» schel & Ko.. Heinerebors a T. K 100, Dr. Wilibald Hölzcl, Rechtsanwalt i. R, Friedland K 25, Adolf C. Krause, Fabrikant. Wünschendois K 5, I. B.. Friedland K 2. Albert Hamerschlag. Kaufmann. Friedland K 5 
Hamerschlag, Albert (I4802)
 
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Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850
about Srah Blackleach
Name: Srah Blackleach
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 20 Feb 1703
Spouse: William Woodland
Spouse Gender: Female
State: Maryland
County: Kent CO  
Family F2031
 
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Name: Harold Gaylord
SSN: 145-03-5371
Last Residence: 07450 Ridgewood, Bergen, New Jersey, United States of America
Born: 10 May 1899
Died: Mar 1972
State SSN issued: New Jersey  
Gaylord, Harold D. (I8389)
 
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Name: Louis Ernst
Age: 49
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1891
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: New Jersey
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: New York, New York, New York
View Map
Street: Thayer Street
Farm: No
Inferred Residence in 1935: New York, New York, New York
Residence in 1935: Same Place
Sheet Number: 9B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 224
Occupation: Supervisor
Industry: U S Post Office
House Owned or Rented: Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 63
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: High School, 3rd year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 40
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in Government work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 52
Income: 3300
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Louis Ernst 49
Helen Ernst 45
Henry Ernst 86 
Ernst, Louis (I5892)
 
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New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
about Herbert Gerstmann
Name: Herbert Gerstmann
Arrival Date: 11 Jan 1938
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1904
Age: 34
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Le Havre, France
Place of Origin: Austria
Ethnicity/Race-
/Nationality: Austrian;Hebrew
Ship Name: Ile De France
Search Ship Database: View the Ile De France in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Nativity: Austria
Line: 27
Microfilm Serial: T715
Microfilm Roll: T715_6100
Birth Location: Austria
Birth Location Other: Vienna, Austria
Page Number: 136
Friend's Name: Mrs. Anny Maikel 330 Wadsworth Ave, NY cousin [ANNIE MICHAEL]
Port Arrival State: New York
Port Arrival Country: United States 
Gerstmann, Herbert (I3992)
 
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Record Image VIEW
View blank form
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Report issue
Name: Arthur Steis
Age: 26
Estimated birth year: abt 1914
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Connecticut
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
Street: Circuit Avenue
House Number: 191
Farm: No
Inferred Residence in 1935: Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut
Residence in 1935: Same Place
Resident on farm in 1935: No
Sheet Number: 6B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 146
Occupation: Sales Promotion
House Owned or Rented: Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 40
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: College, 4th year
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 40
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 50
Income: 5000
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Arthur Steis 26
Janet Steis 25
David Steis 1
Susan Steis 3/12
 
Stein, Arthur David Jr. (I9328)
 
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Robert McCandless was married to Rachel Perry 26 September 1796


Rachel Perry - the daughter of Ignatius Perry & Margery Perry
was born in Prince George's County Maryland in January 1773 and
died January 23 1827, age 54



Ignatius Perry McCandless was born 23 July 1797
Mary McCandless was born 11 September 1800
Robert Patterson McCandless was born 21 January 1803
Lavinia McCandless was born 26 November 1804
Charles Perry McCandless was born 14 April 1806
Ann Christian McCandless was born 12 November 1807

Margery Perry was born June 16 ,1729 in Prince George's County,
Maryland and died June 16, 1823, age 94

W. Ignatius Perry was born August 4, 1737 in Maryland and died
August 4, 1809, age 72

Ignatius Perry died 4 August 1809, 72 years
Margery Perry died 16 June 1823, 94 years
Charles Perry died 6 September 1803, 29 years
Ignatius Perry McCandless died 4 August 1825, age 28

W. Ignatius Perry was 8 years younger then Mrs. Margery Perry


From the McCandless Family Bible as reported in the
'Kentucky
Genealogist, Vol.28, #1 ' 
Perry, Rachel (I8379)
 
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Seattle Passenger and Crew Lists, 1882-1957
about Hubert A Graf
Name: Hubert A Graf
Arrival Date: 6 Sep 1931
Age: 36
Estimated birth year: 1895
Gender: Male
Race/Nationality: Caucasian
Ship Name: Harmony II
Port of Arrival: Seattle, Washington
Port of Departure: Nanaimo, British Columbia
Line: 1
Microfilm Roll Number: M1383_170 
Graf, Hubert Arthur (I6928)
 
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Social Security Death Index
about Sidney Bunzel
Name: Sidney Bunzel
SSN: 111-12-1340
Last Residence: 10034 New York, New York, New York, United States of America
Born: 27 Jan 1893
Died: Sep 1972
State SSN issued: New York  
Bunzel, Sidney (I2761)
 
73
Social Security Death Index
about Walter Frank
Name: Walter Frank
SSN: 318-05-4889
Last Residence: Illinois
Born: 4 Jun 1882
Died: Aug 1962
State SSN issued: Illinois  
Frank, Walter (I6916)
 
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Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
about Emeline Stier
Name: Emeline Stier
Spouse: J T Mores
Marriage Date: 25 Feb 1877
Marriage County: Benton
Marriage State: Tennessee 
Family F6168
 
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Title

First name
Amalia
Last name
Bayer
Artist Name

Birth date
Bayer, Amalia
Age
55
Date of death

Burial Date
31.03.1928
Cemetery
Vienna's Central Cemetery
Group
54
Series
22
Number
65
Grave of use to
27.02.1998
Furthermore, buried in this grave
Name
Birth date
Age
Bayer Hugo


Bayer Karl

36
John Janes

78
Janes Ludovika

77
Schener Marie


Schenesterr Florian 
Bayer, Amalia (I9100)
 
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U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
about Alanson Tyler
Thumbnail:
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Name: Alanson Tyler
Issue Date: 20 Aug 1838
State of Record: Indiana
Acres: 40
Accession Number: IN3510__.281
Metes and Bounds: No
Land Office: Fort Wayne
Canceled: No
US Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry
Document Number: 17386
Legal Land Description:
Section Twp Range Meridian Counties
15 25-N 9-E 2nd PM Grant
 
Tyler, Alanson (I5735)
 
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U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907
about Alanson Tyler
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Name: Alanson Tyler
Issue Date: 3 Mar 1843
State of Record: Illinois
Acres: 15.7
Accession Number: IL2340__.130
Metes and Bounds: No
Land Office: Edwardsville
Canceled: No
US Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry
Document Number: 22563
Legal Land Description:
Section Twp Range Meridian Counties
18 6-N 5-W 3rd PM Madison
 
Tyler, Alanson (I5735)
 
78
U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1862-1918
about Thomas A Hunter
Name: Thomas A Hunter
State: Pennsylvania
Tax Year: 1865
Roll Title: District 23; Annual Lists; May 1865
NARA Series: M787
NARA Roll: 101 
Hunter, Thomas Armstrong Sr. (I30)
 
79
U.S. Military and Naval Academy Registers, 1805-1908
about Cuthbert Powell
Name: Cuthbert Powell
Year: 1823
NARA Publication Title: Name Index to U.S. Military Academy Cadet Application Papers, 1805-1866
NARA Series: M688
NARA Roll number: 1
City: West Point
County: Orange
State: New York


U.S. Military and Naval Academy Registers, 1805-1908
about Cuthbert Powell
Name: Cuthbert Powell of Loudoun County, VA
Year: 1824
Volume: Number 01; 1819-1827
NARA Publication Title: Register of Cadet Applicants, 1819-1867
NARA Series: M2037
NARA Roll number: 1
City: West Point
County: Orange
State: New York
age 15
“Reading writing Latin Greek good conduct ambitious” 
Powell, Cuthbert (I4531)
 
80
U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
about Katherine R Epes
Name: Katherine R Epes
Service Info.: RADM US NAVY
Birth Date: 10 Jan 1919
Death Date: 16 Nov 2004
Relation: Wife of Epes, Horace H Jr
Cemetery: Arlington National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: C/O Director Arlington, VA 22211
Buried At: Section 4-A Row 7 Site 1  
Katherine (I8391)
 
81
UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
about Miss Essie Michael
Name: Miss Essie Michael
Birth Date: abt 1882
Age: 30
Port of Departure: New York, New York, United States
Arrival Date: 10 Sep 1912
Port of Arrival: Plymouth, England
Ports of Voyage: Hamburg
Ship Name: President Lincoln
Search Ship Database: View the 'President Lincoln' in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Shipping Line: Norddeutscher Lloyd
Official Number: No official number listed  
Michael, Esther M. (I3331)
 
82
Washington Death Index, 1940-1996
about Hugo Loewy
Name: Hugo Loewy
Date of Death: 4 Sep 1969
Place of Death: Seattle
RESIDENCE: Seattle
Gender: Male
Certificate: 020965  
Loewy, Hugo (I2616)
 
83
Wilson, James, mcht, Kent Co 23rd July, 1732
18th Aug 1732
To wife Catherine, dwell. plan and half the orchard
during widowhood; shd she marry, her thirds
grandson James and hrs, 30 A adj land formerly given
to son John
To son George and hrs, dwell plan with remaining
pt. of Verina except graveyard, 30 foot sq, which
shall be kept in repair by any of hrs who possess the
plantation; remainder of orchard during wife's widowhood
and residue of Broad Oak
grandson John, son of son John, and hrs 120 A of
Margrett's Delight when of age
grandson Wilson Woodland and hrs residue of last
named tract, including pt where Christopher Ry lives
granddau__, dau of son John, at day of marriage,
and grandsons James and John, when of age, £10 each
son-in-law Thomas Jones, £5
son George and dau Mary Woodland, residue of personal
estate after above legacies and wife's dowry are
paid
Exs: Wife Catherine, son George and son-in-law William
Woodland
Test: Thomas Gould, Isaac Freeman, Ann Trulock.
20, 423

 
Wilson, James (I424)
 
84
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Walter Frank
Name: Walter Frank
City: Brookline
County: Norfolk
State: Massachusetts
Birth Date: 4 Jun 1882
Race: White
Roll: 1685068
DraftBoard: 0 
Frank, Walter (I6916)
 
85
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1910 United States Federal Census
about Clara Hertzmann
Name: Clara Hertzmann
Age in 1910: 39
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1871
Birthplace: Austria
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Father's Birth Place: Austria
Mother's Birth Place: Austria
Spouse's Name: Leo
Home in 1910: San Francisco Assembly District 35, San Francisco, California
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Female
Year of Immigration: 1887
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Leo Hertzmann 50
Clara Hertzmann 39
Anna Hertzmann 11
Frieda S Hertzmann 9
Irene S Hertzmann 7
Bertha Hertzmann 5
Marie E Swords 22
 
Loewy, Clara (I2611)
 
86
 
Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Marriage Records and Indexes, 1810-1973 aboutWalter Bobkivich
Name:
Walter Bobkivich
Marriage Date:
11 Nov 1933
Form Type:
Marriage
Age:
25
Gender:
Male
Birth Year:
abt 1908
Birth Place:
Austria
Father's Name:
Wm Bobkivich
Mother's name:
Stella Lombard
Spouse's Name:
Mary M Slotta
Spouse's Age:
22
Spouse's Birth Year:
abt 1911
Spouse Father's Name:
Wm Bobkivich
Spouse Mother's Name:
Stella Chupak


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87 " The Shades" Powell, Leven (I577)
 
88 "a reference to Elizabeth Barker, aged 48 yrs, who had been a deponent in a land dispute surrounding the recording of a deed. The actual date of the deposition is not recounted in the deed, though at the end of the instrument, the final deposition date for the others cited is April 1, 1768. Elizabeth Barker recounted how about 20 yrs prior, she was in the company of her FATHER Gerah Davis, and her then husband John Harding. This was all recorded in Frederick DB L, pp. 518-520. They were on the east side of Monocacy creek near Giddin's Ford, and the two men gestured across the creek to the left of the ford, and mentioned that a tree standing marked a boundary of the Hazeltine property. The land in question was that of Humphrey Hazeltine/Hazeldine. From this instrument, I think you can deduce that a.) Gerah/Gerrard Davis had a daughter Elizabeth, born ca. 1720, who'd been married to a John Harding in the late 1740s, and by the late 1760s had been married to a Barker, and b.) Gerah/Gerrard Davis owned property near Giddins Ford, near the farm of Humphrey Hazeltine, in the late 1740s. " Davis, Elizabeth (I3825)
 
89 "Believe that you will succeed, and you will"
Dale Carnegie, 1888-1955

Dale Carnegie was a pioneer in public speaking and personality development. He became famous by showing others how to become successful. His book How to Win Friends and Influence People has sold more than 10 million copies and has been translated into many languages. His books became popular because of his illustrative stories and simple, well-phrased rules. Two of his most famous maxims are, "Believe that you will succeed, and you will," and "Learn to love, respect and enjoy other people." His other books include How to Stop Worrying and Start Living . Toward the beginning of his career, Carnegie wrote Public Speaking and Influencing People in Business , which became a standard text.. 
Carnegie, Dale (I756)
 
90 "Columbia" eastern part of Locust Grove estate, inherited from father Warfield, Lemuel (I5817)
 
91 "Ella B. Patterson" sister-in-law, age 29, living in same household, 1910 > Maryland > BALTIMORE > 12-WD BALTIMORE Series: T624 Roll: 556 Page: 2
CLARKE ADDISON D 35 M W MD MD BALTIMORE 12-WD BALTIMORE 1910
1910 United States Federal Census
about Addison D Clarke
Name: Addison D Clarke Age in 1910: 35 Estimated birth year: abt 1875 Birthplace: Maryland Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Maryland Mother's Birth Place: Maryland Spouse's name: Jean P Home in 1910: Baltimore Ward 12, Baltimore , Maryland Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Addison D Clarke 35 Jean P Clarke 32 Ella B Patterson 29 Bertha Watts 24 
Airey, Eugenia Goldsborough (I4139)
 
92 "Ella B. Patterson" sister-in-law, age 29, living with Addison D. Clarke, 1910 > Maryland > BALTIMORE > 12-WD BALTIMORE Series: T624 Roll: 556 Page: 2
CLARKE ADDISON D 35 M W MD MD BALTIMORE 12-WD BALTIMORE 1910 
Airey, Ella Barker (I5323)
 
93 "Frances" 113 W. 133rd St. Brummel, Fannie (I87)
 
94 "Haphazard" Little, Thomas (I2555)
 
95 "Hometown"  Hamerschlag, Ernst (I3945)
 
96 "Hometown" Hamerschlag, Albert (I4802)
 
97 "Hometown" Hamerschlag, Otto (I8227)
 
98 "Hometown" Czap, Marie (I8231)
 
99 "Hometown" Hamerschlag, Marie (I8232)
 
100 "In 1663, I Detmoor Stairnber, do assign over unto Thomas Bradley or his assigns all right and title of land due unto me for myself who came in the year 1658, my wife, Renscoe in 1658, John Dowlin in 1668. Witness my hand the 19th of November, 1663, and also my son tobias in 1658." Signed: Detmorus Sternberge. 15 Dec. 1663 Sternbergse, Detmorus (I261)
 

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