Notes


Matches 1 to 50 of 1,184

      1 2 3 4 5 ... 24» Next»

 #   Notes   Linked to 
1

In Memory of

Myrtis Rose

Obituary

Myrtis Loraine Rose, 91, of Ventura, CA passed away peacefully in her home with loved ones surrounding her on Sunday, May 11th 2014. Myrtis was born on Oct. 31st 1922 in Berkley, CA to Josephine and Theodore Bassford. She led a very active life with her family, friends and her church community. Myrtis and Jack got married on Oct 17th 1947. They started their family shortly after. Myrtis is survived by her son, Ted and his wife Terri; daughter, Tina and her husband Ron; son, Rick as well as her son-in-law, Roy. She has 6 grandchildren, Chris and his lady Jennifer and Aiden, John, Lorena and her husband Michael, Kai, Jessica and Jake. Myrtis has 3 great-grandchildren, Christal, Shayla and Selah. She also had 1 great-great grandchild, Belicia. And not to be forgotten were her sweet grand dogs who she loved so much: Oscar, Coda, Lucy, Sasha, Mason, Jagger and Maggie.

The family would like to thank her wonderful doctors Dr. Andrew Kerr, Dr. Todd Yates and Dr. Thomas Kong for their excellent and compassionate care. We would also like to thank Angie and Marsha from Assisted Home Hospice for their loving support for Myrtis and the family.

Services will be held on Monday, May 19th at 10:00am at Charles Carroll Funeral Home located at 15 Teloma Dr. (off Telegraph Rd.) in Ventura, CA. Services will be held by her beloved pastors Bill Gorell and Larry Reichert. Myrtis will be laid to rest next to her husband Jack at Ivy Lawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations to South Coast Fellowship's Food Pantry can be made on line at www.SCF.org . Myrtis had a compassionate heart for feeding the hungry.

The family feels that on Mother's Day the Lord gave her the best gift of all, the gift of taking her home.
 
Bassford, Myrtis Loraine (I1752)
 
2

Obituaries

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share with Email

Steven Scott Shaffer
(June 17, 1951 - November 17, 2012)

Send Flowers Send Sympathy Gifts
Guest Book | Sign Guest Book | Send Private Condolences | Send Sympathy Card
Steven Scott Shaffer

Steven Scott Shaffer was born on June 17, 1951, in Wyoming to William Lumen and Mary Alice Pierce Shaffer. He has lived in the Rosenberg area for the past 13 years.

Steve passed away on Saturday, November 17, 2012, at the age of 61 years.

He is survived by his wife, Val Gonzales; daughters, Annie Bridges and her husband Chris, and Janelle Landry and her husband Ryan; stepsons, Adam Gonzales, Mario Gonzales, Philip Ornelas, and Stephen Ornelas; grandchildren, Robert Bridges and Harmony Landry; brother, William “Bill” Shaffer; sister, Diane Temple; as well as other loving family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; and his sister-in-law, Anita Shaffer.

As a young boy, in the early sixties, Steve followed his family overseas with his father’s career in the oil industry to Tripoli, Libya. During his elementary and junior high school years, he attended the Oil Companies School. In 1969, Steve graduated from Notre Dame International Preparatory School in Rome, Italy. In both Tripoli and Rome, Steve developed an insight for international business in the oil industry and formed lifelong friendships. Steve attended Tulsa Junior College, studying business management. In 1973, Steve moved to Houston, Texas to work for Exxon as a mud engineer to develop the start of his life long career in the oil industry and begin a family. He furthered his career while working with Baroid as a mud engineer until 2000. Due to health reasons, Steve retired as a mud engineer consultant in 2004. Since retirement he enjoyed spending time with his wife and family, doting over his grand kids, spending time in the yard and reading (his favorite past time). Steve always expressed his commitment to the love and success of his family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 24, 2012, at the Schmidt Funeral Home Chapel, in Katy, with Rev. Cynthia Cohrs-Myers officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the American Heart Association, SouthWest Affiliate, P.O. Box 841125, Dallas, Texas 75284-1125.
 
Shaffer, Steven Scott (I1519)
 
3
On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 2:16 PM, Michael Tod Trzaska wrote:
Not a good pic of my mom.

Probably taken in the early 1950s at our home at 2255
Cerritos Street in Signal Hill. I helped build that pool (it was
dug out by a horse-pulled plow and a guy by the name of
Charley Butcher. I helped build the cabanas down at the
end and that rock waterfall.

These are the Rousere's no matter what Kathy
found. They all went by that name. The Mammy Yokum
character in the middle was the mother, Daisy, who was
an astrology nut and fiery baptist. At the far right was brother
Jerry, whose real first name was Winfield, named after Mexican
American hero General Winfield Scott, who Daisy claimed as an
ancestor. But Daisy would have also claimed Alexander The
Great and Jack The Ripper if she thought it would enhance
her pedigree. As for Jerry he was a lifelong epileptic and
unable to care for himself, so he worked at our home for
years--puttering around, tending the grounds and animals.
Mom took care of him and her mother, I think more so than
the others.

The female from left are eldest sister, Julia Raphael,
who had a son, Bob, and a daughter, Pam, who died last
year, and an adopted son Tommy. Julia and her husband
Tom Raphael owned good Mexican restaurants on the
west side near Santa Monica. Tommy lived into his 100s
and died a few years ago.

Next is Armorel, who was kind of a wannabe
sophisticate. She married Al Marmin, a gentleman
Frenchman, and they lived in Guala, up coast from
San Francisco. He sold real estate. I think Armorel
had a son, Ronald, from an earlier marriage. Saw him
once or twice and remember his being good looking in
sort of an effete way.Didn't seem to care much for
any of us, but then neither did I.

Then Mom, who 56 years after her death, I can't
get out of my mind or heart.

Next is Mom's twin sister Ethel, "Sunny," to most
of us. Very pretty and very nice. Married to a wonderful
man, Fred Girard, a successful attorney and very close
and good friend to me. He died of cancer about 20 years
ago. They had a daughter, Cindy, still alive and living in
Huntington Beach, and a son, Gary, who was killed in
an industrial accident about 15 years ago.

That's the story of the people in that picture. Send
more pictures and I'll send fewer words.

GT
 
Rouser, Edna Almyra (I250)
 
4
The State of Texas
County of Bastrop Know all men by these Presents that we, John T Watson and wife Susan Wolfenberger formerly (but now Watson, Guy Wolfenbarger, Charles Wolfenbarger Edward Weaver and his wife Ann Weaver formerly Ann Wolfenberger and Frank Yoast who represents his Grand Daughter Miss Elizabeth Falkennor, Amos Yost, A. B. Summers and Elizabeth Summers formerly Yoast, Daughter of said Francis Yoast being heirs at Law of Mrs Caroline Wolfenbarger recently deceased being of full age and responsibility do this day nominate-constitute and appoint Daniel C Hendricks our true and lawful agent and attorney in fact and as trustee for us and in our names and stead to proceed to sell all the property of every kind real personal & mixed belonging to the estate of Mrs. Caroline Wolfenbarger Decd on such terms as we may direct to wit: real estate on 12 months time and personal estate on six months time and to collect the proceeds of said sale, and divide the same equally among the Heirs aforesaid Share and Share alike, as Heirs of Sam & Caroline Wolfenbarger Decd aforesaid.
And we and each of us, do agree and lend ourselves and each of our Heirs and legal representatives to ratify and confirm all and every thing that our said agent and Trustee may do in the premises as fully and completely all intents and purposes as if we were Individually and personally present and doing the same ourselves in proper person it being our intention by this Power to confer a good and perfect title on all purchases from our said agent & trustee under this authority.
Given our hands and seals this 26th day of June 1873
E Weaver Seal
Ann Weaver Seal
JT Watson Seal
Susan Watson Seal
Guy Wolfenberger Seal
Frank Yoast Seal
Chas. Wolfenberger Seal
Mr A. B. Summers
Mrs Lizzie Summers
Amos Yoast
 
Faulkner, Nancy Elizabeth (I1716)
 
5
Kezar, Col., August 6th., 1882

Mr. William Crowley,
Dear Friend,
According to promise I will endeavor to scribble you a few lines as you will no doubt be pleased to hear from the writer as well as to learn something about the country in the far West. First of all I shall not attempt to give the full particulars of my trip as my time is somewhat limited and space will not allow it. Will old friend, I had a splendid time all the way to Denver. We remained four days in Boston and spent rather a pleasant time. After leaving there we passed through the Hovcac tunnel some five miles. You’ll bet it was as black as midnight all the way through. Of course we passed several places of note but I will pass on to the noted Niagara Falls. Without an exception it is the grandest sight I ever beheld or expect too. After looking at the falls, I started down a decline of some three hundred and forty feet in a rail carriage. Arriving at the bottom I procured a ------ and with a guide started under the falls and went one hundred sixty-four feet. It was indeed exciting . From there I drove over the suspension bridge and devided my misery between the chances of smashing down two hundred feet into the river below and the chances of having a railway train over head smashing down on me. The sight from the bridge was delightful. From there we have a good time. Our next stopping place of great interest was Chicago. I’ll assure you it was a nice city and a stirring one too. We visited all points of interests and proceeded on our journey to Denver. Arrived there alright and in good spirits. By the way we remained at North Bend Nebraska five days and had a good chance to learn something about the prarie land. I was agreeable surprised to find the land so rich and flourishing. As far as the eye can reach you will see nothing but a living field of grass with now and then a little house. It is very lonely and to be candid I would not care to love on the prarie. Stock raising pays the best as one can keep all the cattle he chooses and the best of it is you do not have to shelter them in the winter season.
The only inducement I find in remaining in the West is the Climate is better and a better chance of making money faster. The climate I think is delightful and cannot be excelled for those troubled with weak lungs. I have conversed with several and they have all been benefitted by the climate that is if they come in time. Now will if you find that your lungs are weak and the prospect that you can not recover at home, I would certainly advise you to try Denver, as I am convinced you would be benefitted. The nights are cool and the days are not too warm. I have enjoyed myself, first rate since coming here. I am at present three hundred miles west of Denver keeping Books for a Mr. Wood for a tip top salary. Making as much in one week as I did home in a month, so you see the difference.

My work is very easy and I like it very much. Of course it is not like home in many respects. It is very wicked and one is in danger at times, as they think nothing of shooting a man in the new town. I sleep as a general thing with a forty five shooter under my pillow especially when I sleep in a tent. You will understand from that, that I’m at present located in a new town of but a few months old. We expect to leave here for --------next week where we will have better accommodations. A branch office will go farther toward Lake City. I shipped 20,000 ib. Of grain & provisions on Sunday last something against my principles but it had to be done. I see when a man is in Rome he has to do as Rome does. At present we have to ship and forward all Goods by freighters with Mules and I’ll assure you it keeps things moving! Our mornings are fine, in the afternoon a shower of of rain which lasts from ten to fifteen minutes and then we have it clear and fine. Our freighters sleep out in the open air in preference. We sold eighty Mules &fit outlast week for $15,000 Dollars for the Utah extension. The railroad will probably be running into Salt Lake City by the first of January. If you would like to know anything more concerning the climate please let me know. Write soon Address Gunnison, Colorado. if you think it -----
[written over top] We came over. Marshall Pass 12000 feet high, the highest railroad point in the world. It was grand and awe inspiring to see the mountains covered with snow but at the same time it looked dangerous. The canyons are also grand as the cliffs rose almost vertically 300 feet above us.
Kindle regards to all In haste
R. M. Marshall
Aug.6, 1882
Having a few spare moments morr, I will here say that Denver is over 5000 ft. Above the level of the sea and that is why the air keeps so healthy. I left my friend at Denver and I think he left the same day for a small town farther east. He was improving I think very fast. I found times remarkably dull and hundreds looking for work as in all other towns. Plenty would like to get home, if they had the dust.!------
I cannot tell as yet when the writer will return but as I’m so far away from home I want to test the climate one winter. The winter here in the mountains commence early, but are not severe as at home. I can see snow all the year round and it looks a little odd. I have been out hunting several times and had good luck. Tried to run a wolf down but my as my pony was not a swift runner I lost him. I must close as it is mail time and you will get weary reading my nonsense,

Yours Truly
R.M.M.
 
Marshall, Richard Maynard (I397)
 
6
The State of Texas
County of Bastrop
Know all men by these Presents-That Mr RC Faulkner and Sarah Faulkner Wife of RC Faulkner of the aforesaid State and County for the consideration of the sun of Two Hundred Dollars to me paid in hand to our full satisfaction by JE Roberts before the signing sealing and delivering these Presents have this day bargained and sold unto the said Roberts all of that tract Lot or parcel of land to Wit—It being a part of a subdivision of a League of land that was patented to Samuel Wolfenbarger and being situate in the State of Texas and County of Bastrop on the Waters of Walnut Creek and being a part of One of the Subdivisions of the South West half of said League and beginning on the South line of a tract of Land owned by DM Regan at a stake from which a Black Jack 12 inches in diameter mkd X brs N 60' W 2 ½ vas Thence S 30' W 620 vas to a stake set in Thomas Osbornes S E line from which a PO 18 inches in diameter marked X brs S 13' E 9 vrs Thence S 60 E with said Osborne line 268 vrs to Walnut and the upper corner of the tract, Thence down said Creek with its meanders to the N E corner of this tract thence N 60 W 385 vrs to the place of Beginning Containing 65 acres of land be the same more or less. The title of which we do hereby Warrant and defend from ourselves Our heirs executors administrators and assigns and from the claim or claims of any other person or persons Whomsoever having claim or claims to the same or to any part thereof together with all and singular the rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto said premises according to the metes and bounds unto the said J E Roberts his heirs and assigns forever in fee simple.
In Testimony of Which We have hereunto subscribed Our Names and affixed our Seals using Scroll for Seal this the 30 day of October AD 1875.
RC Faulkner
Sallia Faulkner

The State of Texas
County of Bastrop Before me W S Slaton Notary Public in and for the County and
State aforesaid this day personally appeared RC Faulkner and Sallie Faulkner of said County to me well known who acknowledged the execution of the foregoing Instrument of Writing and delivered the same as their binding act and deed for the purposes and consideration therein contained. And she the said Sallie Faulkner Wife of the said RC Faulkner having been examined by me privily and apart from her husband and having had the same fully explained to her by me she the said Sallie Faulkner acknowledged the same to be her voluntary act and deed and declared that she had Willingly signed sealed and delivered the same and that she wished not to retract it.
Witness my hand and Seal of Office this 1st day of November AD 1875.
WS Slaten
W PBC

A true Copy of the Original-Filed for Record at 2 October PM March 3" AD 1883 and Recorded at 11 Oclock AM March 29 AD 1883.
W H Grimes cccBd
by DHMBell Dptclk

 
Faulkner, Robert Copeland (I11)
 
7
The State of Texas
County of Bastrop Know all men by these presents that I, RC Faulkner of the State of Texas and County of Bastrop have for the consideration of the sum of fifty dollars paid to me in hand by D. M. Reagan of the State of Texas and County of Travis to my full satisfaction before the signing sealing and delivering these presents this day bargained and sold unto the said D. M. Reagan all of that tract lot or parcel of land that is known and described as follows to wit: It being a part of a subdivision of a League of land that was patented to Samuel Wolfenberger and being a part of the same tract that was deeded to R. C. Faulkner by Jane Barber and beginning on D. M. Reagans N. E. line at a stake set for the S. E. corner of a seventy five acre tract of land that was deeded by me to J. A. Roach from which a PO mkd x 5 inches in diameter bears N. 40: W. 10 3/4 varas aT a black jack same mark bears S. 19' E. 11 3/4 varas; Thence N 30'E 140 varas to a stake from which a PO 18 inches in diameter mkd x bears West 6 ½ varas a do 5 inches in diameter marked x bears S 63' 30" E. 5 varas; Thence S 60: E 191 varas to the N. W. Corner of a fifty acre tract that was deed by me to D. M. Reagan; thence S 30: W. 740 varas with the N. W. Line of said Reagans 50 acre tract to its S. E. Corner; Thence N 60' W 191 varas to the place of beginning twenty five acres of land be the same more or less the title of which I do hereby warrant and forever defend unto the said D. M. Reagan from myself, my heirs executors Administrators and assigns and from the legal claim of any other person or persons whomsoever having legal claim to the same or to any part thereof together with all and singular the rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise incident to the same or to any part thereof in testimony of which I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal using scrawl for seal this 30th day of October A.D. 1875
R. C. Faulkner L.S.

The State of Texas
County of Bastrop Before me N. L. Slaton, Notary Public in and for the county and State aforesaid this day personally appeared R. C. Faulkner of said county to me well known, who acknowledged and execution of the foregoing instrument of writing and delivered the same as his binding act and deed for the purpose and consideration therein contained. Witness my hand and seal of office this 1st day of November A. D. 1875 N. L. Slaton NPB Co
A true copy of the Original, filed for record at 2 o’clock P. M. November 25th 1875 and recorded at 4 o’clock P. M. This 5th January AD 1876
J. M. Finney Clk NDB Co
By J Deeve Deputy Clerk
 
Faulkner, Robert Copeland (I11)
 
8
The State of Texas
County of Bastrop Know all men by these presents that I, RC Faulkner of the State of Texas and County of Bastrop have for the consideration of the sum of fifty dollars paid to me in hand by D. M. Reagan of the State of Texas and County of Travis to my full satisfaction before the signing sealing and delivering these presents this day bargained and sold unto the said D. M. Reagan all of that tract lot or parcel of land that is known and described as follows to wit: It being a part of a subdivision of a League of land that was patented to Samuel Wolfenberger and being a part of the same tract that was deeded to R. C. Faulkner by Jane Barber and beginning on D. M. Reagans N. E. line at a stake set for the S. E. corner of a seventy five acre tract of land that was deeded by me to J. A. Roach from which a PO mkd x 5 inches in diameter bears N. 40: W. 10 3/4 varas aT a black jack same mark bears S. 19' E. 11 3/4 varas; Thence N 30'E 140 varas to a stake from which a PO 18 inches in diameter mkd x bears West 6 ½ varas a do 5 inches in diameter marked x bears S 63' 30" E. 5 varas; Thence S 60: E 191 varas to the N. W. Corner of a fifty acre tract that was deed by me to D. M. Reagan; thence S 30: W. 740 varas with the N. W. Line of said Reagans 50 acre tract to its S. E. Corner; Thence N 60' W 191 varas to the place of beginning twenty five acres of land be the same more or less the title of which I do hereby warrant and forever defend unto the said D. M. Reagan from myself, my heirs executors Administrators and assigns and from the legal claim of any other person or persons whomsoever having legal claim to the same or to any part thereof together with all and singular the rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise incident to the same or to any part thereof in testimony of which I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal using scrawl for seal this 30th day of October A.D. 1875
R. C. Faulkner L.S.

The State of Texas
County of Bastrop Before me N. L. Slaton, Notary Public in and for the county and State aforesaid this day personally appeared R. C. Faulkner of said county to me well known, who acknowledged and execution of the foregoing instrument of writing and delivered the same as his binding act and deed for the purpose and consideration therein contained. Witness my hand and seal of office this 1st day of November A. D. 1875 N. L. Slaton NPB Co
A true copy of the Original, filed for record at 2 o’clock P. M. November 25th 1875 and recorded at 4 o’clock P. M. This 5th January AD 1876
J. M. Finney Clk NDB Co
By J Deeve Deputy Clerk

 
Faulkner, Robert Copeland (I11)
 
9 <a href="##SearchUrlPrefix##/search/dbextra.aspx?dbid=1276" target="_blank">View all sources.</a> Source (S982)
 
10 <a target="_blank" href="http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=2574390">Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving or Departing at Honolulu, Hawaii, 1900–1954.</a> NARA Microfilm Publication A3422, 269 rolls; A3510, 175 rolls; A3574, 27 rolls; A3575, 1 roll; A3576, 1 roll; A3577, 58 rolls; A3615, 1 roll; A3614,76 rolls; A3568 & A3569, 187 rolls; A3571, 64 rolls. Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Record Group 85. National Archives, Washington, D.C.Passenger and Crew Manifests of Airplanes Departing from Honolulu, Hawaii, 12/1957 - 9/1969</a>. NARA Microfilm Publication A3577 57 rolls. Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1787 - 2004, Record Group 85. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source (S374)
 
11 <i>1993-2002 White Pages</i>. Little Rock, AR, USA: Acxiom Corporation. Source (S986)
 
12 <i>Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957</i>. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S507)
 
13 <i>Burial Search</i>. The Green-Wood Historic Fund. http://www.green-wood.com/burial_search/. Source (S392)
 
14 <i>California, Marriages, 1850-1945</i>. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S397)
 
15 <i>Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901</i>. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives, 1901. Data imaged from the National Archives, London, England. The National Archives gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU. Source (S1092)
 
16 <i>Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812</i>. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. <p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London, EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.</p> Source (S1062)
 
17 <i>Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts of New York State Volunteers, United States Sharpshooters, and United States Colored Troops [ca. 1861-1900].</i> Microfilm, 1185 rolls. New York State Archives, Albany, New York. Source (S1051)
 
18 <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Source (S378)
 
19 <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi: accessed 1 February 2013. Source (S1014)
 
20 <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi: accessed 28 January 2013. Source (S1096)
 
21 <i>General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934</i>. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T288, 546 rolls. Source (S1079)
 
22 <i>Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year 1790.</i>. Washington, D.C.: Govt. Print Off., 1908. Source (S1093)
 
23 <i>Index Card Collections</i>. Austin, Texas: Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Source (S730)
 
24 <i>Iowa State Census 1905.</i> The State Historical Society, Des Moines, Iowa. Source (S1030)
 
25 <i>Iowa, Deaths and Burials, 1850-1990</i>. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S1029)
 
26 <i>Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620–1911</i>. <i>Index.</i> Salt Lake City, Utah: Family Search. Source (S1060)
 
27 <i>Marriage Records</i>. <i>Ohio Marriages.</i> FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, UT. Source (S952)
 
28 <i>Marriage Records</i>. RootsWeb. http://userdb.rootsweb.ancestry.com/marriages/. Source (S1020)
 
29 <i>Obituaries 1880-2011</i>. Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society. http://www.wags-web.org/obits.html: accessed 2011. Source (S1001)
 
30 <i>Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the World War, 1917-1918</i>. <i>Vol. I-XXIII.</i> Columbus, OH, USA: F. J. Heer Printing Co., 1926. Source (S1086)
 
31 <i>Pennsylvania Miracode</i>. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. Source (S1075)
 
32 <i>Records from Record Group 287, Publications of the U.S. Government; Record Group 85, Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service [INS] and Record Group 36, Records of the United States Customs Service. The National Archives at Washington, D.C. </i> <br>A full list of sources can be found <a href="/search/dbextra.aspx?dbid=8758">here.</a> Source (S379)
 
33 <i>Registers of Officers and Enlisted Men Mustered into Federal Military or Naval Service during the Civil War.</i> Series A0389 (6 volumes). New York (State). Bureau of Military Statistics. New York State Archives, Albany, New York. Source (S808)
 
34 <i>Selected Passenger and Crew Lists and Manifests</i>. The National Archives at Washington, D.C<p><br>A full list of sources can be found <a href="##SearchUrlPrefix##/search/dbextra.aspx?dbid=8769">here</a>.</p> Source (S1074)
 
35 <i>Summit County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1840-1980</i>. Akron, Ohio: Summit County Court of Common Pleas - Probate Division. Digital Publication, 41 rolls. Source (S728)
 
36 <i>Texas, Confederate Pension Applications, 1899-1975</i>. <i>Vol. 1–646 & 1–283.</i> Austin, Texas: Texas State Library and Archives Commission. <p><i>Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows</i>. Richmond, Virginia: Library of Virginia</p><p><i>Confederate Pension Applications, 1880-1940</i>. Montgomery, Alabama: Alabama Department of Archives and History.</p> Source (S1009)
 
37 <i>The Farm Journal Illustrated Rural Directory of Licking County Ohio, 1915-20</i>. Ohio, USA: Wilmer Atkinson Company, 1915. Source (S1088)
 
38 <i>The Obituary Daily Times</i>. The Obituary Daily Times. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~obituary. Source (S1007)
 
39 <i>Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings</i>. Source (S954)
 
40 <i>Waco, Texas Directory, 1890</i>. Waco, TX, USA: n.p., 1890. Source (S1024)
 
41 <i>Washington Births, 1891-1929</i>. Various county birth registers. Microfilm. Washington State Archives, Olympia, Washington. Source (S969)
 
42 <i>Washington State Archives</i>. Olympia, Washington: Washington State Archives. Source (S973)
 
43 <i>Zanesville, OH, 1890-91</i>. Zanesville, OH, USA: Burch &amp; Co., 1890. Source (S1089)
 
44 <p><i>Naturalization Records of the U.S. District Courts for the State of Alaska, 1900-1924</i>. NARA Microfilm Publication M1539, 5 rolls. Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.</p><p><i>Naturalization Records for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, 1890-1972</i>. NARA Microfilm Publication M1541, 40 rolls. Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.</p><p><i>Naturalization Records for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, 1890-1957</i>. NARA Microfilm Publication M1542, 153 rolls. Records of District Courts of the United States, Record Group 21. National Archives, Washington, D.C.</p><p><a href="##SearchUrlPrefix##/search/dbextra.aspx?dbid=1193" target="_blank">View Complete List of Sources</a>.</p> Source (S989)
 
45 <p><i>Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. </i> Microfilm Publication M237, 675 rolls. NAI: <a href="http://research.archives.gov/description/6256867" target="_blank">6256867</a>. Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36. National Archives at Washington, D.C.</p> <p><i>Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957.</i> Microfilm Publication T715, 8892 rolls. NAI: <a href="http://research.archives.gov/description/300346" target="_blank">300346</a>. Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives at Washington, D.C.</p> <p><i>Supplemental Manifests of Alien Passengers and Crew Members Who Arrived on Vessels at New York, New York, Who Were Inspected for Admission, and Related Index, compiled 1887-1952.</i> Microfilm Publication A3461, 21 rolls. NAI: <a href="http://research.archives.gov/description/3887372" target="_blank">3887372.</a> RG 85, Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1787-2004; Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives, Washington, D.C. </p> <p><i>Index to Alien Crewmen Who Were Discharged or Who Deserted at New York, New York, May 1917-Nov. 1957.</i> Microfilm Publication A3417. NAI: <a href="http://research.archives.gov/description/4497925" target="_blank">4497925.</a> National Archives at Washington, D.C.</p> <p><i>Passenger Lists, 1962-1972, and Crew Lists, 1943-1972, of Vessels Arriving at Oswego, New York.</i> Microfilm Publication A3426. NAI: <a href="http://research.archives.gov/description/4441521" target="_blank">4441521.</a> National Archives at Washington, D.C.</p> Source (S988)
 
46 <p><li><i>Vital Records of Bellingham Massachusetts to the Year 1850.</i> Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1904.</li></p><p><li><i>Vital Records of Granville Massachusetts to the Year 1850.</i> Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1914.</li></p><p><li><i>Vital Records of Lawrence Massachusetts to the Year 1850.</i> Salem, MA: Essex Institute, 1926.</li></p><p><li><i>Vital Records of Lincoln Massachusetts to the Year 1850.</i> Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1908.</li></p><p><li><i>Vital Records of Richmond Massachusetts to the Year1850.</i> Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1913.</li></p><p><li><i>Vital Records of Shirley Massachusetts to the Year 1850.</i> Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918.</li></p><p><li>New England Historic Genealogical Society. <i>Vital Records of Chelmsford Massachusetts to the Year 1849.</i> Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1914.</li></p> Source (S1039)
 
47 <p><li>Montana State Genealogical Society, comp. <i>Montana Death Index, 1860-2007</i>. Montana State Genealogical Society, Lewis & Clark Library, 120 S Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT 59620. Copyright 2008.</li></p><p><li>State of Montana, comp. <i>Montana State Death Registry Index, 1907-1953.</i> Montana State Genealogical Society, Montana.</li></p><p><li>State of Montana, comp. <i>Montana Death Index, 1954-2002.</i> State of Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Office of Vital Statistics, Helena, Montana.</li></p> Source (S1003)
 
48 <p><li>Works Progress Administration, comp. <i>Index to Marriage Records</i> Indiana: Indiana Works Progress Administration, 1938-1940.</li></p><p><li>Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research, comp. Electronic transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Indiana. Many of these records are on microfilm at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.</li></p> Source (S1072)
 
49 <p>"Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2011. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.</p> Source (S974)
 
50 <p>1867 Voter Registration Lists. Microfilm, 12 rolls. Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Austin, Texas.</p> Source (S731)
 

      1 2 3 4 5 ... 24» Next»