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1  FOURT, Carol (I255)
 
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BAKER, Minnie Francisca (I579)
 
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MUSEUS, Walter Alfred (I218)
 
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NICKOWITZ, Johanna Magdaline (I225)
 
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1846 Born in Bohemia
1894 immigrated Nebraska, USA
1896 Kandiyohi, USA
1910 census: Roseland, Kandiyohi
1911 Olivia
Marie dies 1911
James dies 1912

Tombstone reads:
Marie Vejtrubova
Born in year 1846
Died with Lord (God)
6 May 1911
Dream Sweetly Mother
dear sleep for eternity.
We hope that we will
meet in heaven.
Pray for us to Jesus. 
CHUPEK, Marie (I15)
 
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Author: Den norske kirke
Title: Kirkebok for Vinger 1730 - 1751
Abbrev.: Kirkebok for Vinger 1730 - 1751
Publication: Kongsvinger, Vinger og Austmarka Historielag/2000 
HENRIKSDTR, Anne (I3738)
 
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Death notice for Valentine Perry Partch
7 Dec 1883 , Delphos, Ottawa, Kansas, USA

Partch, V.P.
Delphos Carrier, Dec 7, 1883
V.P. Partch died at his house in this city, last Friday, at 18:40, aged about 72 years. Mr. Partch has been an invalid for several years, being troubled with dropsy and asthma, and his death was not a surprise. He has for many months been kindly cared for, by his daughter, and the Odd Fellows Lodge of this place, of which he was a member, as will be seen by the resolutions in another place. He was a good and useful member of society in his vigor and health, and his death is regretted by all.
 
PARTCH, Valentine Perry (I2682)
 
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From Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa and Lafayette Wisconsin, publ. 1901 - page 559

JOHN B. VANCE. Among the many excellent citizens and honest and prosperous residents of Sylvester township, Green county, none is more esteemed by his neighbors, or holds a higher degree of respect in every relation of life, than does our subject, who occupies a fine farm about four miles east of Monroe, Wisconsin.

The grandfather of our subject, Hugh VANCE, was born in Pennsylvania, June 13, 1784, and died in 1827. In 1809 he married Margaret DEITRICK, who was born Oct. 20, 1790, and they reared a family of nine children: Mary, Malinda, Eliza, Samuel, Ezekiel, Keziah, Robert, George and Hugh, all of whom are deceased.

Samuel VANCE, the father of our subject, was a native of Fayette county, Penn. In 1841 he married Lavina JOHNS, who was born Nov. 12, 1814, and died April 4, 1883. They came to Green county, Wis., about 1845, settling in Sylvester township. Mr. and Mrs. VANCE reared seven children: James P., deceased; George D., who resides in Kansas; John B., our subject; Hugh H., who resides in California; Ezekiel T., a retired farmer, of Monroe; Daniel W., a retired farmer, of Monroe; and Rebecca R., the wife of William RODERICK, a farmer of Jefferson. Samuel VANCE died Oct. 11, 1898. He was a well known citizen, and one of the first settlers in the township, where throughout life he followed agriculture. He was a consistent member of the Democratic party, and religiously one of the supporters of the First Baptist Church of Juda, Wisconsin.

John B. VANCE, the subject proper of this sketch, was born Nov. 26, 1846, and grew to manhood on the farm, receiving his education in the district schools. As an agriculturist he has worked industriously all his life, and although he began as a poor boy his success has been as gratifying as that of many others who also began on a farm and later entered other professions. Mr. VANCE is now the owner of one of the fine farms of Green county, comprising 120 acres of well-improved land, with excellent buildings and fences, and a comfortable and substantial dwelling. All the buildings are new, both house and barn having been destroyed by fire and rebuilt since 1894.

The marriage of our subject was celebrated on Nov. 26, 1871, to Mary E. West, who was born April 24, 1852, the daughter of George W. WEST, a retired farmer of Brodhead, Wis., and eleven children have been born of this union; Allie R., born in 1873, is now Mrs. W. J. HARPER; Jessie M., born in 1874, is the wife of Patrick H. WARD; Nettie L., born in 1875, is the wife of James L. STEVENSON; George N. was born in 1876; Clara Zoe, in 1880; Samuel J., in 1882; Susan Zell, in 1884; Kate W., in 1886; John G., in 1891; James B., in 1893 (died in 1894); and Mary G., in 1897. Both father and mother are still spared to this happy family.

In politics Mr. VANCE has inherited his Democratic belief, all his family having been adherents of that party in the past. Although he does not belong to any particular religious denomination, our subject has always given his influence in the interests of morality, and lives up to the doctrine that honesty and fair dealing are necessary requisites in a man, whether he is bound by church discipline or not. He has reared a large family and has been blessed with prosperity, and he possesses the esteem not only of his relatives, but of the whole neighborhood in which he has founded his home.
 
VANCE, Hugh (I1765)
 
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From Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa and Lafayette Wisconsin, publ. 1901 - page 559

JOHN B. VANCE. Among the many excellent citizens and honest and prosperous residents of Sylvester township, Green county, none is more esteemed by his neighbors, or holds a higher degree of respect in every relation of life, than does our subject, who occupies a fine farm about four miles east of Monroe, Wisconsin.

The grandfather of our subject, Hugh VANCE, was born in Pennsylvania, June 13, 1784, and died in 1827. In 1809 he married Margaret DEITRICK, who was born Oct. 20, 1790, and they reared a family of nine children: Mary, Malinda, Eliza, Samuel, Ezekiel, Keziah, Robert, George and Hugh, all of whom are deceased.

Samuel VANCE, the father of our subject, was a native of Fayette county, Penn. In 1841 he married Lavina JOHNS, who was born Nov. 12, 1814, and died April 4, 1883. They came to Green county, Wis., about 1845, settling in Sylvester township. Mr. and Mrs. VANCE reared seven children: James P., deceased; George D., who resides in Kansas; John B., our subject; Hugh H., who resides in California; Ezekiel T., a retired farmer, of Monroe; Daniel W., a retired farmer, of Monroe; and Rebecca R., the wife of William RODERICK, a farmer of Jefferson. Samuel VANCE died Oct. 11, 1898. He was a well known citizen, and one of the first settlers in the township, where throughout life he followed agriculture. He was a consistent member of the Democratic party, and religiously one of the supporters of the First Baptist Church of Juda, Wisconsin.

John B. VANCE, the subject proper of this sketch, was born Nov. 26, 1846, and grew to manhood on the farm, receiving his education in the district schools. As an agriculturist he has worked industriously all his life, and although he began as a poor boy his success has been as gratifying as that of many others who also began on a farm and later entered other professions. Mr. VANCE is now the owner of one of the fine farms of Green county, comprising 120 acres of well-improved land, with excellent buildings and fences, and a comfortable and substantial dwelling. All the buildings are new, both house and barn having been destroyed by fire and rebuilt since 1894.

The marriage of our subject was celebrated on Nov. 26, 1871, to Mary E. West, who was born April 24, 1852, the daughter of George W. WEST, a retired farmer of Brodhead, Wis., and eleven children have been born of this union; Allie R., born in 1873, is now Mrs. W. J. HARPER; Jessie M., born in 1874, is the wife of Patrick H. WARD; Nettie L., born in 1875, is the wife of James L. STEVENSON; George N. was born in 1876; Clara Zoe, in 1880; Samuel J., in 1882; Susan Zell, in 1884; Kate W., in 1886; John G., in 1891; James B., in 1893 (died in 1894); and Mary G., in 1897. Both father and mother are still spared to this happy family.

In politics Mr. VANCE has inherited his Democratic belief, all his family having been adherents of that party in the past. Although he does not belong to any particular religious denomination, our subject has always given his influence in the interests of morality, and lives up to the doctrine that honesty and fair dealing are necessary requisites in a man, whether he is bound by church discipline or not. He has reared a large family and has been blessed with prosperity, and he possesses the esteem not only of his relatives, but of the whole neighborhood in which he has founded his home.
 
VANCE, Samuel (I58)
 
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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wfbishop/friendsbishopgenealogy/state/mnfam501.html Website on family.

Andrew was born 20 May 1830 in County Armagh, North Ireland., and died 19 May 1902 in Viola, Olmsted County, Minnesota. In 1835, Andrew's mother, Elizabeth, left Ireland with her sons, Andrew and James and immigrated to Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Andrew, James and mother Elizabeth then moved to Long Lake, Hamilton County, New York and can be found on the 1860 census. Andrew Mulholland married Christina Keller on 14 May 1853 in Essex County, New York. Christina Keller Mulholland was born 17 May 1835 in Montgomery County, New York, and died 14 January 1913 in Viola, Olmsted County, Minnesota.

Andrew enlisted in the Union Army 4 January 1864 and served until 10 February 1865. He was a private in Company B, 2nd Regiment of New York Heavy Artillery.

Andrew's brother, James married Mary F. Houghton in New York and had three children: Jenny, Daniel (marr 1894 Eva Swan), and
Sarah (marr A. J. Perkl).

Mullholland, Andrew N.
[Service record as Mulhead]
Enlisted 1 Jan 1864 at Long Lake, NY, age 34 as
Private, Co. B, 2nd NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 11 Jan 1864
Wounded 9 June 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA
Transferred 31 Oct 1864 to Co. G, 7th Veteran Reserve Corp
Discharged 31 Oct 1864

Filed for Invalid pension 27 Feb 1865 from NY
Application #62141, Certificate #40545
Widow (Christina Mullholland) filed for pension 31 May 1902 from Minn
Application #764129, Certificate #554083

1860 census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1870 census: Viola, Olmsted Co., Minnesota
1880 census: Viola, Olmsted Co., Minn
1890 Special Schedule census: Viola, Olmsted Co., Minnesota; PO Viola; Gunshot wound in hand and suffering from same
1900 census: Viola, Olmsted Co., Minn
1910 census: (Widow) Viola, Olmsted Co., Minn

Born: 20 May 1830 Ireland
Immigrated: 1845 (according to 1900 census)
Father: Daniel (probably. See Note)
Mother: Elizabeth
Married: 13 May 1853
Spouse: Christina Keller (1835 - 1913) Bur: Oak Hill Cemetery, Viola, Olmsted Co., Minnesota
Died: 19 May 1902
Buried: [Probably] Oak Hill Cemetery, Viola, Olmsted Co., Minnesota
Occupation: Farmer
Additional: 8 children
Additional: removed to Olmsted Co., Minn in 1865
Additional: mentioned on Pg. 14 in History of the Gopher Count 1874 - 1974 Viola, Minnesota, Compiled by Mrs. Albert Molda (Alice Keller) and Mrs. Clair Smith, 1974, 122 pages
And:
Pages 510, 540, 573; History of Olmsted County, Minnesota, by Joseph Leonard, 1910
Note: According to a message found on a message board, Daniel Mulholland (abt. 1775 - abt. 1834) married Elizabeth (1778 - 1868 Viola, MN). Elizabeth emigrated from Northern Ireland to Montreal, Quebec in 1834 with her 2 sons, James C. Mulholland (28 Jan 1827 County Armagh - ? MN) and Andrew Mulholland (30 May 1830 County Armagh - ? Viola, MN).
Additional note: Elizabeth, James and Andrew were all residing in Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY in 1860.
Thomas Middletonadded this on 14 Jan 2011
canobbyoriginally submitted this to Nobbs Family Tree on 2 May 2008

Alexander Campbell, of Viola township, Olmsted county, Minnesota, was born in Glengary county, Canada, June 18, 1849, a son of Donald and Elizabeth (Lothian) Campbell, both of whom died in Canada, the mother in 1860 and the father in 1894. To the above union seven children were born, as follows: Duncan, Jessie, Alexander, Kate, James, Bella (deceased) and Daniel.

Of the above named, Alexander, the subject of this review, left the land of his nativity in 1866 and came to Wisconsin. In 1871 the subject of this sketch was one of 900 persons saved out of 1,800 residents of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, which was then destroyed by fire. He was at the hotel when the air became filled with sparks and everything was catching fire. He and others jumped into a wagon, but after running twenty rods at full speed were overtaken by the flames, and hence dashed into the water there and remained all night. In the morning the streets of this formerly active town were strewn with the dead bodies of neighbors and friends who were overtaken and burned to death, or suffocated, while trying to escape. After a residence of ten years there he came to Viola township, Olmsted county, Minnesota, and on October 13, 1877, was united in marriage with Miss Mary M. Mulholland. She was a daughter of Andrew and Christina (Keller) Mulholland, the father's birth occurring in Ireland, on May 20, 1830, and his death on May 19, 1902. Mrs. Mulholland was born May 7, 1835, in Montgomery county, New York, and was married to Mr. Mulholland May 13, 1853. To this union the following eight children were born: James W., born March 15, 1854; Abram F., born May 2, 1856; Mary M., born February 25, 1858; Riley H., born September 9, 1861; Andrew J., born December 26, 1863; Robert A., born July 19, 1867; Cecil E., born December 1, 1869; Cora A. (Swan), born July 19, 1872, and died February 19, 1903. The parents of these children came to Olmsted county in the fall of 1865, and at present the mother is residing with the subject of this sketch. To Mr. And Mrs. Campbell three children were born: Jessie Mabel, February 10, 1880, died nine days after birth; Ray A., May 12, 1881; and Grant A., March 1, 1887, both of whom are at home with their parents. Mr. Campbell has 200 acres of fine improved farm land in Viola township, upon which stands a large house fully equipped with all modern conveniences. For fifteen years he has been a member of the school board, is a Republican in politics and a member of the United Brethren Church at Viola. He and son Ray are members of Viola Camp, No. 1728, Modern Woodmen of America, and the family is one of the foremost of the community. [Pages 539 - 540]

Source:
History of Olmsted County Minnesota, Joseph A. Leonard. Copyright (c)1910. Goodspeed Historical Association, Chicago.
 
MULHOLLAND, Andrew (I51)
 
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Residence:
Date: BET 1644 AND 1648
Place: Lilla Mangen, Gunnarskog, Värmland, Sverige

Residence:
Date: 1647
Place: Bredsjön, Lekvatnet, Värmland, Sverige

Individual Note:
I Jösse Herads dombok 9. oktober 1634 står følgende: "Sigfrid wid Mangen för dedt han lättferdeligen och uthan orsak svoor een Eed för sittande rätten, sakfeltes til 6 mkr". Samme dombok den 21.4.1646: Sigfrid Persson i Mången i Gunnaskog sochen för 2 skpl. D.6 21 1/3. (Olaga fellhugging). Sigfrid er oppført i mantallet for Lilla Mangen i årene 1644 - 1648. I Jösse Herads dombok 10. september 1649 oppgis at Torpstedene Lilla Mangen og Tinnhøyden, som var tatt opp av faren Per og Sigfrid, var forlatt. Det oppgis også at Sigfrid var dømt for ulovlig fallhugging.
Ifølge Gunnarskogbördige finnättlingen Lars Persson hette torpet som faren opptog "Mangfallet". Det låg 1 km västerut från norra änden av sjøn Mangen. Sigfids torp hette "Tenhöjdssäteren" och låg ytterligare en knapp km nordlig riktning från "Mangfallet".
(Hentet fra Jarle Ericsons bok Finnar i väst). Richard Broberg skriver at Sigfrid opptrer sammen med faren allerede 1640, og er med til og med 1649. Han er etter tiende å dømme en stor "svedjare."
Sigfred Pedersen kom til Sør-Mangen rundt 1646. Det passer bra med at han hadde vært der en tid før han fikk bygslet i 1651/52.217 Er i 1646 ført opp i manntallet med bare kone og ikke barn. Han forsvinner så ut av mantallet, men hans navn finnes igjen i jordeboken i 1649 under rubrikken nybygger. I domboken for 1648 får vi forklaringen på at Sigfrid har forsvunnet fra mantallet. Av den framgår at Sigfrid hadde drept sin nabo, Mats Erikson Ikoinen i Långtjern og deretter rømt til Norge. Konen ville gjøre opp boet og dra etter han til Norge, men retten besluttet at 2/3 deler av boet skulle beslaglegges til han kom tilbake og gjorde opp for seg.
"Näst gafs tillkänna, huru Sigfrid Pedersson i Bredsiön i Fryksände Soch, en finne, hade nyligen mördat sin granne, Matts Erichsson i Långkiern i samma sochn, och straxt förrymbdt som man menar åth Norige, och nu skall hans hustru haffua begynt att afyttra och sällia boet och achta sin koos efter honom. Rätten fan för godt, at låta gode Män skiffta boet, och taga twådelen som Mannen kommer till, ifrån hustrun och sättia honom i taka händer, till thes Saaken bliffuer edsfört, och i medlertijd låta stämpna honom Sigfrid Pedersson såsom hör nu offentligen aff Rätten förmedels förste resan, altingh at swara til sin Saak."
"Finnar i Gräsmark och Lekvattnet", s. 242 står det: "Bredsjön opptogs omkring 1640 av Sigfrid Persson och inntogs i Jordeboken 1650 som ¼ hemman. Sigfrid finns i mtl endast 1647 och försvinner, sedan han 1648 gör sig skyldig til dråp på den i Långtjärn boende frannen "Ikorne-Mattes", Matts Erichsson Ikoinen."
Han betalte førstebygslen for hele Sør-Mangen 1651/52 med 20 daler. Etter det vi får høre i finnemantallet 1686, hadde han og en annen finne, Morten Pedersen vært der uten bygsel. I 1654/55 står Sigfrid og Morten Pedersen sammen. I 1666 var Morten død, og enken Berte fortsatte som bruker av hans part. 1678/79 lå mangen øde for Sigfrid Pedersen var drevet bort av svenskene, heter det i bygdeboka for Aurskog mellom 1651 og 1655.

Translation in Google:

Residence:
Date: BET 1644 AND 1648
Place: Purple Mangen, Gunnar Forest, Varmland, Sweden

Residence:
Date: 1647
Place: Bredsjön, Lekvatnet, Varmland, Sweden

Individual Note:
In Josse Heard dombok 9 October 1634 states: "Sigfrid wid many for dedt he lättferdeligen och uthan Sorry svoor een Eed for seated wheel, sakfeltes to 6 million." Same dombok on 21/04/1646: Sigfrid Persson maange in Gunnaskog Soche for 2 skpl. D.6 21 1 / 3. (Olaga cast hugging). Sigfrid is listed in mantallet for Purple Many in the years 1644 to 1648. In Josse Heard dombok 10 September 1649 stated that Torp locations Purple Mangen and Pewter Mount, who was raised by her father Peter and Sigfrid, was abandoned. It stated that Sigfrid was convicted of unlawful fall hugging.
According Gunnarskogbördige finnättlingen Lars Persson hood Torpet father spectacle "Many fall." The low 1 km västerut från Norra duck into the sea of ??Many. Sigfids torpedo called "Tenhöjdssäteren" och low ytterligare a button km north rich research från "Many fall."
(Powered by Jarle Ericson book is in Väst). Richard Broberg writes that Sigfrid acting with his father early 1640, and is even 1649. He is the tenth to judge a large "svedjare."
Sigfred Pedersen came to South-Mangen around 1646. It is good that he had been there a long time before he got settled in 1651/52.217 Is in 1646 listed in the register with only his wife and children. He then disappears out of mantallet, but his name is again in the land book in 1649 under the rubric settler. In domboken for 1648, we explained that Sigfrid has disappeared from mantallet. Of the states that Sigfrid had killed his neighbor, Mats Erikson Ikoinen in Långtjern and then escaped to Norway. The wife wanted to settle the estate and go after him to Norway, but the court decided that 2 / 3 share of the estate was seized until he came back and made up for it.
"Nast Gafsa tillkänna, huru Sigfrid Pederssøn in Bredsiön in Fryksände Socha, a find, dispensed nyligen mördat his neighbor, Matt Erichsson in Långkiern in the same sochn, och straxt förrymbdt that one Menar åth Norige, och now peel his wife haffua begun again afyttra och Sallie estate och acht's Koos after him. Ratten fan for good, that song good Man skiffta estate, och Taga twådelen that man is permitted, ifrån hustrun och Satti him in the roof hander, allowed thes be applied bliffuer edsfört, och in medlertijd song stämpna him Sigfrid Pederssøn such as adultery now public aff Ratten förmedels first resan, altingh that Swar be applied to her. "
"Available in Gräsmark och Lekvattnet", p. 242 states: "Bredsjön rallies around 1640 by Sigfrid Persson och entry into the Earth Book 1650 as ¼ hemman. Sigfrid comes in MTL Endast 1647 och disappearance, sedan 1648 he gor guilty to the drop in the in Långtjärn residents frannen "Ikorne-Mattes," Matts Erichsson Ikoinen. "
He paid førstebygslen for the entire South-Mangen 1651/52 by 20 dollars. After that we will hear in finnemantallet 1686, he and another find, Morten Pedersen was there without a lease. In 1654/55 stands Sigfrid and Morten Pedersen together. In 1666 Morten was dead, and the widow Berta continued as a user of his party. 1678/79 were many deserted for Sigfrid Pedersen was driven away by the Swedes, according to county history Aurskog between 1651 and 1655.
 
PEDERSEN, Sigfred (I3929)
 
12 http://west-soulegenealogy.blogspot.com/  SOULE, Susanna (I349)
 
13 http://west-soulegenealogy.blogspot.com/  WEST, William (I185)
 
14 FRANCIS WEST emigrated from England probably about 1634. It is thought that he lived at Duxbury, Mass., and later moved to North Kingstown, R. I. He married SUSANNA SOULE, daughter of George Soule, who came on the Mayflower in 1620. Susanna was born in Mass. (Absolute proof of this marriage is lacking).

The following is a copy of a document in the possession of Mrs. Clarence Jones, Minerva, N. Y.

"Susanna Soule, a daughter of George and Mary (Becketts) Soule, was mentioned in her father's will. Her name disappeared from the records of Duxbury and nothing was known of her fate for many years. Some who were interested in the history of the Soules and who had searched for some recorded item that would prove a clue to her after-life and failed to find such reference came to believe that there was no such daughter and discontinued their inquiries; but at last, some time during the year 1924, a Diary or memorandum was found in an ancient house not distant from Boston that contained her name and proved that she was married to one Francis West, who had come from England soon after the first settlement, by whom she had seven sons and two daughters whose names were written down under her own. This discovery raised considerable excitement among genealogists throughout New England at the time it became known, and a full account of the finding with a facsimile of the page of the Diary of which the record was written was clearly legible, was published in the Boston Evening Transcript. Continued research may reveal much more concerning her children and descendants. In his will her father had given her "twelve pence", a meager legacy that a of some disaffection."

http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/d/e/w/James-E-Dewater/GENE7-0002.html#CHILD5

The children of Francis and Susanna were:

Francis (Francis was Justice of the Peace in Hopkington, R. I. - 1774-1788).

Thomas b. Sept. 18, 1684. Vital Records of Rhode Island.

Peter

WILLIAM b. May 31, 1681

Richard

Clement

John (Probably John who married Alice Sweet in 1731).

Martha (Married Fones).

Susanna (Married Moses Barber, Mar. 20, 1691).

The reason William West's name is in capital letters is because his son, Ebenezer, founded the Minerva, New York branch of the West-Soule Family, the branch I am descended from.
posted by NPWest @ 4:35 PM
Location:Vermont
I am an amateur genealogist in Vermont whose roots reach back to The Mayflower. After recently taking a DNA test proving direct ancestry to Francis and Susannah (Soule) West, I decided to start this blog as a resource for other descendants of Francis and Susannah (Soule) West.
Paternal Ancestral Line of Nathan West

Children of SUSANNAH SOULE and FRANCIS WEST are:
i. FRANCIS4 WEST, b. North Kingstown, Washington, RI; m. SARAH MEAKINS, May 12, 1699, East Greenwich, Kent, RI.
ii. RICHARD WEST, b. North Kingstown, Washington, RI; d. Bef. Nov 17, 1727, Middleboro, Plymouth, MA; m. (1) MARY SAMSON, Oct 6, 1693, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA; m. (2) ELIZABETH KANEDY, Oct 21, 1706, Middleboro; b. 1683; d. Feb 7, 1750, Taunton, Bristol, MA.
iii. SUSANNAH WEST, b. North Kingstown, Washington, RI; d. Mar 1758, North Kingstown; m. MOSES BARBER, Mar 24, 1691, Kingston, Plymouth, MA.
iv. PETER WEST, b. North Kingstown, Washington, RI.
v. JOHN WEST, b. North Kingstown, Washington, RI.
vi. MARTHA WEST, b. North Kingstown, Washington, RI; d. Dec 2, 1764, North Kingstown; m. (1) JAMES CARD; m. (2) JEREMIAH FONES, Nov 9, 1710, North Kingstown; b. 1664; d. Apr 29, 1747, North Kingstown.
vii. WILLIAM WEST, b. May 31, 1681, North Kingstown, Washington, RI; m. (1) ABIAH SPRAGUE; b. Jan 27, 1688, Hingham, Plymouth, MA; d. Bef. Apr 1721; m. (2) JANE TANNER.
viii. THOMAS WEST, b. Sep 18, 1684, North Kingstown, Washington, RI; m. DORCAS RATHBONE, Sep 20, 1716, New Shoreham, Washington, RI.
ix. CLEMENT WEST, b. Sep 18, 1684, North Kingstown, Washington, RI; m. SARAH. 
SOULE, Susanna (I349)
 
15 http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20050727010214.jpg MUSEUS, Nils Norman (I1225)
 
16 http://www.arkivverket.no/URN:NBN:no-a1450-kb20050727010214.jpg MUSEUS, Nils Norman (I1225)
 
17 http://www.disnorge.no/gravminner/bilde.php?id=2470101
Norve Gravlund #15 
MUSEUS, Nils Norman (I1225)
 
18 "Digitalarkivet". Images and transcriptions. The National Archives of Norway . Arkivverket Digitalarkivert . http://arkivverket.no/eng/content/view/full/629 : 1992.

The National Archives of Norway is an independent government authority under the Ministry of Culture. The authority of the Director General and the National Archives of Norway is vested in the Archival Act of 1992. 
Source (S181)
 
19 "Nathaniel and Mary Patch Lockwood lived in Stamford until about 1763 when they appear to have moved to Danbury." (According to letter from Mrs. Harry Atkins written on February 28, 1965.) PATCH, Mary (I4133)
 
20 "Passenger List". Digital Image. Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com.

Source Citation: Staatsarchive Hamburg, 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 077, Seite 304(Mikrofilm Nr. K_1746,

Source Information:

Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Original data: Staatsarchiv Hamburg, Bestand: 373-7 I, VIII (Auswanderungsamt I). Mikrofilmrollen K 1701 - K 2008, S 17363 - S 17383, 13116 - 13183.

Description:
This database contains passenger lists of ships that departed from the port of Hamburg, Germany from 1850-1934 (with a gap from 1915-1919 due to World War I). The database includes images of the passenger lists digitized from microfilm in partnership with the Hamburg State Archive, available here for the first time online. It also includes a complete index for the years 1877-1914 (up to the start of World War I).
 
Source (S173)
 
21 "U.S. Dept of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File 1850-2010". Database and images. The National Archives. Ancestry.com.

Beneficiary of Identification Records Subsystem (BIRLS) 
Source (S244)
 
22 "U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946". Database and images. The National Archives. Ancestry.com : 2005. Source (S245)
 
23 "United States, World War II Draft Registration Cards". Database and images. The National Archives. https://familysearch.org/. Source (S233)
 
24 "World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918". Database and images. The National Archives. Ancestry.com. Source (S222)
 
25 (During World War I, Camp Cody was an army training camp for the National Guard units from North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa.)

Death announcement,
JOHN MAXWELL DIES
Word was received Wednesday morning of the death of John Maxwell of Pneumonia at Camp Cody.
Definite particulars of his death or of the plans for the funeral cannot be learned as his parents are far out in the country.

Burial announcement, Friday, January 11, 1918
WITH MILITARY HONORS -
Another one of our brave boys was laid away Monday when the body of John Maxwell was placed in Rose Hill cemetery.
As told last week, young Maxwell died at Camp Cody of pneumonia with complications. The body was sent home and the funeral held Monday from St. Patrick's church, Rev. Fr. Reiger officiating and the home guard attending in a body. The guard also escorted the body to the church and cemetery and gave the military honors at the grave.
He is gone, but he will live in the memory of those whose liberty he just as surely died to save as if he had died on the battle field and he died with as much honor as if he had been the victim of the foe's bullet instead of the victim of disease - and we will continue to honor the memory.
Among the relatives present from a distance at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell of Fairfax, Miss Elizabeth Tompkins, Hector; Henry Schwartz, Buffalo Lake; Mrs Kyle and Joe Maxwell, St Paul; Miss Hattie Lyseth, Pine City. 
MAXWELL, John Alexander (I468)
 
26 1 year old on passenger list HANSEN, Thorsen (I465)
 
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28 11:40 PM MAXWELL, Darrell Richard (I321)
 
29 11:50 PM MAXWELL, Darleen Dorothy (I322)
 
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