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3001 Westerly Town Council and Probate Vol 4 (6) -1762-1787

Wife Rebecca and sons Sylvester, Joseph, Samuel, Wait, William and David mentioned in his will dated 14 Apr 1778, proved Westerly 29 Jun 1778 
CRUMB, Joseph (I4198)
3002 Wharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia Family F698
3003 When 20 yeas of age , he entered the paper-mill of his father, and in 1836 he entered the firm of Lewis Fairchild & Bros. which was changed to E. Fairchild & Co. and the firm continued under that title until 1847, when he and his brother Plumb N. bought out the remaining members of the firm, and it was then known as D. & P.N. Fairchild. Since 1861, Horace L., son of Daniel has been identified with the firm, which is now known as D.&P.N Fairchild & Co. This firm is one of the oldest in the country. It is extensively known for honorable dealings with all, and enterprise in carrying on business. In politics Daniel Fairchild is a Republican. He has represented his town in the State Legislature, and has held the office of selectman and other town offices. FAIRCHILD, Daniel (I2719)
3004 When his wife, Lewry Grigsby, died on the trip west, a young orphaned girl with the wagon train moved into the Cooper wagon to care for the children. She was Tilithy Yates who was born in Tennessee, in 1833. She was the sister of Isabel Yates who had also been with the train and is said to have had two children by Captain John Grigsby. Tilithy and Thomas Cooper were married in Napa County, CA, Oct 24, 1852.

1880 United States Federal Census Thomas Cooper
Name: Thomas Cooper
Home in 1880: Sanel, Mendocino, California
Age: 57
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1823
BirthPlace: Pennsylvania
Relation to head-of-household: Self
Spouses's Name: Delitha
Father's birthplace: PA
Mother's birthplace: PA
Occupation: Farmer
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Thomas Cooper 57
Delitha Cooper 48
Jennie Cooper 22
Thomas J. Cooper 20
Delia Cooper 11
Lillie M Cooper 8
William Arnold 25

California, Wills and Probate Records, 1850-1953
Name: Thomas Cooper
Probate Date: 29 Dec 1899
Probate Place: Mendocino, California, USA
Inferred Death Year: Abt 1899
Inferred Death Place: California, USA
Case Number: 1219
Item Description: Case Files, No. 1219-1234, 1899-1901 
COOPER, Thomas (I585)
3005 When Jane Owen (Jennie) Gardiner was born on February 7, 1874, in California, her father, James Todd Gardner, was 28. She married Warren M. Grigsby and they had one daughter together in 1906. She then married Ambrose Jacoby Porter in 1926. She died on October 26, 1949, in San Francisco, California, at the age of 75. GARDNER, Jane or Jennie (I323)
3006 When Joseph was 5 years old, his father brought his family across the plains to California on mule back. They located in Los Angeles, where his sister Margaret was born in 1840 or 41. Then to Yolo County. The first location of Joseph Gordon was inWashington, Yolo county and from there he went to Gordon grant, Cache Creek, same county, where he lived until 1872. On August 4 of that year he came to Gordon's valley and came into possession of nine hundred and twenty-five acres, of which ten are in vineyard, and it is his intention to plant thirty acres more to vineyard. He also has a few cattle and hogs on the place. (From "History of Solano & Napa Counties", by Toni Gregory)

Joseph listed on 1850 Napa County Census with Nathan and Isabella Coombs (his sister) , age 14.
He later had a ranch of 325 acres in Napa County, California

1860 Joseph listed with father, William, in Cottonwood, Yolo, California; age 20, stalk dealer, born New Mexico.

1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Joseph Gordon
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1838
Age in 1870: 32
Birthplace: Mexico
Home in 1870: Cottonwood, Yolo, California
Race: White
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: $60,000, $10,000
Post Office: Woodland
Household Members:
Name Age
Joseph Gordon 32 (living next to sister Margaret Tutt)

1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Joseph Gordon
Home in 1880: Gordon Valley, Napa, California
Age: 44
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1836
Birthplace: New Mexico Territory
Relation to head-of-household: Self (Head)
Spouse's name: Ann
Father's birthplace: Ohio
Mother's birthplace: New Mexico
Occupation: Farmer
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Joseph Gordon 44
Ann Gordon 38
Nellie M. Gordon 16 daughter
Joseph W. Gordon 14 son
Charles S. Brown 77 hired man
Jim Sing 24 servant

1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Joseph Gordon
Home in 1900: Knox, Napa, California
Age: 64
Birth Date: Dec 1835
Birthplace: Mexico
Race: White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Male
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Birthplace: New Mexico
Spouse's name: Ruth A
Marriage Year: 1872
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 28
Residence : Knox Township, Napa, California
Occupation: farmer
Household Members: Name Age
Joseph Gordon 64
Ruth A Gordon 58 3 children, 1 living
Andy McKenna 60 servant

1910 United States Federal Census
Name: Joseph Gordon
Age in 1910: 74
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1836
Birthplace: New Mexico
Relation to Head-of-house: Head
Father's Birth Place: Ohio
Mother's Birth Place: New Mexico
Spouse's name: Ruth A
Home in 1910: Knox, Napa, California Gorden Valley Rd
Marital Status: Married (2nd)
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Joseph Gordon 74
Ruth A Gordon 67 wife 2nd marriage, 38 years, 3 children, 2 Living
Nelly M Harley 46 daughter widow, married 20 years, 3 children, 3 living
Elmer Harley 21 son
James Waid 49 hired man
Charle A Jonson 74 hired man 
GORDON, Jose Manuel (Joseph) (I5513)
3007 Who are his parents? death states Elijah, Census states Elisha?

cemetery lists his wife as Rebecca A Shaver
Goodwood Cemetery
Goodwood Cemetery, Section: Centre
Goodwood, Uxbridge Township (Concession 2, Lots 19-20)
Ontario County (now Durham Region), ON

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Elijah Miller
mentioned in the record of Avery A. Miller
Name: Elijah Miller
Wife: Sarah Reynolds
Son: Avery A. Miller
Other information in the record of Avery A. Miller
from Ontario Deaths and Overseas Deaths, 1939-1947
Name: Avery A. Miller
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 25 Jun 1931
Event Place: Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
Gender: Male
Age: 59
Birth Date: 06 Oct 1871
Birthplace: Ontario
Father's Name: Elijah Miller
Mother's Name: Sarah Reynolds
Reference ID: 37269 , GS Film number: 2296542 , Digital Folder Number: 4002311 , Image Number: 00846
"Ontario Deaths, 1869-1937 and Overseas Deaths, 1939-1947," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 1 June 2015), Elijah Miller in entry for Avery A. Miller, 25 Jun 1931; citing Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada, 37269, Archives of Ontario, Toronto; FHL microfilm 2,296,542.

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Name: Avery A Miller
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Age: 19
Birth Year: abt 1872
Birthplace: Ontario
Relation to Head-of-house: Son (Child)
Religion: Methodist
French Canadian: No
Father's name: Elisha Miller
Father's Birth Place: Ontario
Mother's name: Sarah A Miller
Mother's Birth Place: Ontario
Province: Ontario
District Number: 102
District: Ontario West
Subdistrict: Uxbridge
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Elisha Miller 58
Sarah A Miller 48
Avery A Miller 19
Martha J Miller 17
Victoria Miller 15
Sarah R Miller 8
Lucy C Miller 7 
Miller, Avery Anthony (I11639)
3008 Who are these Gordon's

1850 United States Federal Census about A J Gordon
Name: A J Gordon
Age: 27
Estimated birth year: abt 1823
Birth Place: Missouri
Gender: Male
Home in 1850(City,County,State): Mendocino, California
Family Number: 5
Household Members: Name Age
A J Gordon 27
Margaret Gordon 25
E H Gordon 5
Mary G Gordon 3
William H Gordon
Gordon, Elizabeth (I9470)
3009 Who is her father? the 1900 census gives her birthdate as Dec 1824. This is more than a year after Michael's death. TROUT, Margaret (I6515)
3010 who is this? Andrew Jackson Frost states he is a widow in the 1940 census in Oklahoma
Mary Lonley Glover Frost
Birth: Mar. 27, 1873
Arkansas, USA
Death: Nov. 8, 1953
Madera County
California, USA
Note: Per Calif Death Index mother's maiden name Buchanan
Arbor Vitae Cemetery
Madera County
California, USA
Plot: Block 3 Row 21

Maintained by: Rose
Originally Created by: Linda Creamer Furr
Record added: Jan 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46428141 
GLOVER, Mary Leona. (I7045)
3011 widow of Thomas Gordon
She came overland to California with her husband. Her mother died somewhere along the trail. 
GORDON, Mary Elizabeth (REYNOLDS) (I5909)
3012 wife Mary (widow of John Simpkinson) may not be te mother of William. BREWSTER, William John (I7252)
3013 Wife may be Emma Jane King, married 29 Sep 1879 in Sedgewick, Witchita, Kansas: sealed to spouse cleared Spaun, Henry (I9163)
3014 Wife possibly Rachel Alefounder or Anna Stephens SHERMAN, Ezekiel (I947)
3015 Wife-Mary Settled in Boston, Massl, 1634. Engaged in celebrated Pig Case with Capt. Kayne, 1636-42. Case showing the inflexible will of the man. -- Pol. His. N. E. D. His. of Boston. SHERMAN, Richard (I826)
3016 will

A wife named Faith could be mother of Bennett, or could be 2nd wife. 
HODSALL, John (I7248)
3017 will BANKES, Caleb (I4096)
3018 will 1711, Richmond Co. Virginia UNDERWOOD, Major William (I5967)
3019 will dated 20 Jan 1786, will proved 31 Sep 1789

Will Book Culpeper County, Virginia ( will dated 20 Jan 1786, will proved 31 Sep 1789)

"In the name of God Amen. I, James Tutt of Culpeper County being sick and weak in body, but in perfect memory thanks be to God for the same. I do ordain and make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following:
I give and bequeath my soul to Almighty God that gave it me, and my fody to the ground to be decently buried, in full hope of a Joyful Resurrection to eternal life, and my worldly goods and estate to be disposed of in manner and form following:

First _ I give to my son Benjamin Tutt one negro boy named Charles, to him and his Heirs forever.

Second _ I give to my daughter Millie Lynch one negro girl called Nell that I lent her and Charles Lynch sold, and I do give the said negro to her and her heirs forever and five pounds Cash to be paid by my Executors.

I give to my daughter Elizabeth Sanders one negro girl called Hannah. I give to her and her heirs.

Fourthly - I give to my son Richard Tutt one negro wench called Luce, and her two children Reuben and Aaron, and all her Increase to him and his heirs forever.

Fifthly, I give unto my daughter Mary Tutt, wife of John Tutt one negro boy called George to her and her heirs forever.

Sixthly, I give to my son Lewis Tutt one negro fellow called Daniel and a negro girl called Mille and one half of the tract of land I now live on containing seven hundred acres, and the other half of the said tract of land I give to my son Gabriel Tutt to be equally divided between them, to them and their heirs forever.

Seventhly - I give to my daughter Ann Williams, wife of Payul Williams one negro girl called Dinah, to her and her heirs forever.

Eighthly- I give to my son Hansford Tutt, one tract of land lying on south side of Muddy River, commonly called Droghhedy Tract Containing by patent two hundred and eight acres, to him and his heirs forever.

Ninthly I give unto my two sons Gabriel Tutt and Hansford Tutt five negros - viz - Bob, Jonathan, Lena, Dilco and Moses a child of Dilco, and the Increase of Dilco from this date, to be equally divided between them, both to them and their heirs forever.

Tenthly, I give to my granddaughter, Mille Tutt one negro girl called Sarah and one half of a Tract of Land, where on Paul Williams now lives ant other half to Ann Williams, wife of Paul Williams, to be equally divided between them to them and their heirs forever.

I also give to my daughters Elizabeth Sanders, Mary Tutt and Ann Williams a negro wench called Phillis to be divided equally between them at the decease of my wife Ann Tutt. I also give to my wife Ann Tutt all of my House hold and kitchen furniture, to be given to my children equally at her death, and I hereby constitute my wife Ann Tutt, executrix of my last will and testament - And my two sons Lewis and Gabriel Tutt Executors, hereby revoking all other wills by me made and acknowledgeing this to be my last will and testament.

In witness hereof I have set my hand and seal this 20th day of January 1786
James Tutt (L.S.)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of John Routt, John Barnes, George Doggett." 
TUTT, James (I5941)
3020 Will of James Grigsby, of Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia
signed: 2 Jan 1752 probated: 11 March 1752
Heirs: Five Sons: Redman, Nathaniel, James, Enoch, Samuel. Daughter: Elizabeth, Susanah.
Executors:five sons
Wittnesses: John and Anne Grigsby, Sarah Fletcher
mention of property in Prince William Co.
Slaves (named) given to some of the heirs
(Source: Virginia, County Court Records, Stafford County, Virginia
Will Book (Liber O) July 1848 - July 1767, compiled by Ruth and Sam sparacio, McLean, VA: 1987) 
GRIGSBY, James R. (I1779)
3021 will proved

arly Fauquier Houses, Fauquier County, Virginia, 276,277:
"Yew Hill - U. S. Route 17, near Delaplane, Virginia." Yew Hill is an early pioneer house of characteristic type, clapboard with dormer windows, Jacobean sloping gables, huge chimneys, and full length porch, It is located on the 320acre grant secured in 1742 by Thomas Ashby, pioneer, who was then living on the Shenandoah River above Burwell's Island. His son, Robert, was the first of the family to make Yew Hill his home in 1760. While engaged in surveying his own tract of land lying near Ashby's Gap, George Washingron made his headquarters at Yew Hill from March 9 to March 18, 1769.
Title was held by the Ashby family until 1807 when it passed to Edward Shacklett whose daughter held possession until 1880 when it reverted to relatives and descendants of the original owner. In 1935 it was purchased from John T. Ashby, Jr. R.C. Iden who has recently sold this property to the J.B. McCartys. The dwelling is now undergoing restoration and repairs, no change structurally only superficial alterations need to add the comforts of today to the atmosphere of bygone yesterdays. With this uplift, Yew Hillshould stand sturdily for another two hundred years as a landmark of the wilderness outpost of civilization in the highlands of Fauquier."
News feature - unknown source - dated 23 April 1959; Quaint Old Cottage - So described on deeds of the 1800's is this cottage at Chancellors Corner where George Washington stayed for nine days when surveying in Northern Fauquier. Mrs. Bolling Lynn Robertson is now maintaining an antique shop and guest quarters in the house restored by Mrs. J Benjamin McCarty...The Washington room has been furnished by Mrs. Robertson as it may have looked when the future President stayed there. During Washington's stay here he was visited by Colonel Thomas Marshall, the father of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. 
ASHBY, Robert R. (I6010)
3022 will proved 28 Sep 1651

Henry Birdsall was a freeman in Salem in 1738 and was sexton there in 1644. 
BIRDSALL, Henry (I7282)
3023 will proved this date BANKES, Caleb (I4084)
3024 Will Trubody was already a prosperous farmer at Trubody Station at the time of his marriage to Lura Jane Grigsby in 1868. He was elected as Napa County Supervisor in 1867. He came across the plain in May of 1847, arriving in Oct., living at Sutter's Fort for two months, then in San Francisco. In 1850, he went East toMount Pleasant Academy in New York, then returned to complete his education at the University of the Pacific in San Jose, California. He then settled in Napa raising and shipping blackberries, and later went into general farming and viticulture. He served as Chairman to the County Board of Supervisors. He served as County Treasurer for 12 years until he retired. He was well liked, honest, and intelligent.

"History of Solano and Napa Counties, California with Biographical Sketches of The leading men and women of the Counties, who have been identified with its growth and development from the early days to the present time., History by Tom Gregory and other well known writers., Illustrated ~ Complete in one volume, Historic Record Company, Los Angeles, California, 1912, pg 743,:
In the enumeration of the names of the most popular men residing in Napa county that of W. A. Trubody would always be included in the list and in that same connection would be mentioned his high standinc, as a rancher, county official and private citizen. During the long period of his residence in the county he had ever been foremost in the promotion of enterprises for agricultural advancement. material growth and educational progress. With him patriotism has been of greater importance than partisanship, and while recognizing the importance of party traditions, he has ever given his influence in advocacy of those reforms in party management and procedure that promised the greatest good to the greatest number. As a rancher and an officer he has always stood for the very best in public and private affairs.
Mr. Trubody possesses a knowledge of California prior to the discovery of gold, for when he was a small child he accompanied his parents across the plains, leaving Lafayette county, Mo., where lie was born December 5, 1839, early in May. 1847, when the family joined a party bound for the west. His father, John Trubodv, was born in Cornwall, England, in 1808 and died in San Francisco in 1897, at an advanced age. He married Jane Palmer and for many years they had made their home in Missouri. In those days there was but little travel across the country and for great distances no roads had been marked, so that the best route was unknown. Notwith­standing hardships and delays the expedition arrived in safety, in October, 1847, at Sutter’s Fort, which gained world-wide fame as a mecca for immi­grants who came to this state. After a stay of two months at the fort they proceeded to San Francisco, which city was practically the home of Mr. Trubody the rest of his long and useful life. In November, 1849, he bought land in Napa county but did not get his deed to it until in February the following year. and this same deed is in the possession of his son William A. of this review. This land was a part of the grant to Salvador Vallejo and
Trubody was the third purchaser from the grant. Trubody station, north of Napa on the line of the railway, was named in honor of this pioneer. who was one of the men that made the building of the road time he was the owner of a considerable acreage in the county and bought and sold several ranches.
After the family had located in San Francisco it was decided in 1850 that the two sons, T. P. and W. A., should he sent to school in the east. as the chances for an education in California were meager at that time. Returning to New York by way of the Isthmus, W. A. was a student in Mount Pleasant Academy for four years. On his return to California he completed his studies in the University of the Pacific at Santa Clara. After leaving school, in December, 1856, Mr. Trubody came to Napa county, where his father had purchased land and in partnership with his brother, Josiah P.. settled on a tract of one hundred and eighty-four acres about six miles north of Napa and later began the berry business. They made a specialty of the best blackberries, having thirty-five acres in this fruit. The business was inaugurated in 1867 and grew to such proportions that they became known all over the state as the largest raisers in this section. The partnership continued for a time and then William A. bought his brother’s interest. In 1883 he shipped over one hundred tons of fruit which brought high prices. It was impossible to gather the entire crop on account of the scarcity of laborers. This was the banner yield. Eventually the vines became old and the business dropped and was soon abandoned. The old home place consists of one hundred and twenty-seven acres, eighty acres devoted to the dairy business and twenty-two in vineyard. The property is under the direct supervision of George A., the eldest son, who makes this his home and gives his personal attention to its management.
For a considerable period Mr. Trubody has made his home in Napa and since 1902 has filled the office of county treasurer, having succeeded himself in 1906 and 1910. In 1867 he first served on the board of supervisors and again in 1889 and 1897 was selected to represent his district in that body. In every position that he has been called upon to serve the people he has given eminent satisfaction and served his constituents with fidelity and honesty and has won encomiums of praise from both parties. In national affairs he has voted the Republican ticket, but in local matters is guided in casting his ballot by the fitness of the candidate for the office in question.
Mr. Trubody was married in California to Lura J., the daughter of T. L. Grigsby. She was born in Laclede county, Mo., November 30, 1850, and was brought to California at an early age and located in Napa county, where November 17, 1868, she became the wife of Mr. Trubody. They have had the following children: Elma, born September 29, 1869, and died June 8, 1873: George A., born September 22, 1871; Lulu Etta, deceased, was born October 4. 1873, and became the wife of Herbert Lawson, by whom she had one son. Lowell Trubody, who was born December 7, 1893, and makes his home with his grandparents ; Clara C.. born October 30, 1877, and Frank E., born November 8, 1879, teller in the Napa Bank. The children were given good educational advantages and fitted for whatever responsibilities awaited them. Mr. Trubody is a member of Yount Lodge No. 12, F. & A. M.; and Napa Lodge No. 832, B. P. 0. E. 
TRUBODY, William Alexander (I358)
3025 Will/Probate

I have a copy of his will 
BANKES, John (I4043)
3026 Will/Probate BANKES, John (I4045)
3027 Will: 2 Jan 1766. Spotsylvania Countyand Culpepper County,

Land Grant for Richard Tutt, 1 Aug 1734 in Spotsylvania County, 800 acres on the branches of Muddy run, in the great fork of the Pappahonnock River. (Patent No. 15, p 266)

note! Will for Richard Tutt in Spotsylvania County, Virginia in 1767.

Tutts In Culpeper County Virginia King George County, Virginia
Richard 1771 Will Richd. 1729 in
James 1773 Inventory Jos 1750 In
Reuben 1776 Inven Jno. 1750 in
Charles 1778 In Martha 1770 w.
james 1789 Will

Library of Virginia Land Grants: 
TUTT, Richard (I5922)
3028 William and all his heirs had passed away by 1963. COOMBS, William (I5897)
3029 William Ashby surety Family F2176
3030 William Benfield
in the Gloucestershire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813
Name: William Benfield
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 21 Jul 1805
Parish: Gloucester, St Michael, Gloucestershire, England
Parish as it Appears: St Michael
Father: Thomas Benfield
Mother: Keziah Benfield 
Benfield, William (I9710)
3031 William Butler had a small daughter, Maye Butler, when he married Jenny Close Schaeffer. Maye Butler married Fred Alverson and they lived on the homestead in Montana where Bertha Sherman was raised.

1880 United States Federal Census
Name: William Butler
Home in 1880: Plymouth, Rock, Wisconsin
Age: 5
Estimated birth year: abt 1875
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relation to Head of Household: Son
Father's Name: John Butler
Father's birthplace: Wurttemberg
Mother's Name: Mathilda Butler
Mother's birthplace: Pennsylvania
Occupation: Attends School
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Male
Cannot read/write: Blind: Deaf and dumb: Otherwise disabled: Idiotic or insane:
Household Members: Name Age
John Butler 52
Mathilda Butler 43
John Butler 17
George Butler 10
Fred Butler 7
William Butler 5
Frank Butler 9m

1900 United States Federal Census
Name: William Butler
Home in 1900: Plymouth, Rock, Wisconsin
Age: 24
Birth Date: Jun 1875
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Race: White
Gender: Male
Relationship to Head of House: Head
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: Pennsylvania
Spouse's name: Della Butler
Marriage Year: 1895
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 5
Occupation: Day laborer
Household Members: Name Age
William Butler 24
Della Butler 28 born Wisconsin, Jun 1871 4 children, 4 living
Nina Butler 13 born Wisconsin, Jan 1887 (probably from a first marriage
May Butler 3 born Wisconsin, Apr 1897
Pearl Butler 1 born Wisconsin, Jun 1898
Etta Butler 2/12 born Wisconsin, Mar 1900
Albert Vallricht 48 lodger

1920 United States Federal Census
Name: William Butler [William Butter]
Home in 1920: Eureka, Lincoln, Montana
Age: 49
Estimated birth year: abt 1871
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relation to Head of House: Self (Head) [Head]
Spouse's name: Dintha Butler
Father's Birth Place: Germany
Mother's Birth Place: Holland
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Male
Home owned: Own Dewey Ave
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Household Members: Name Age
William Butler 49 brick mason, own shop
Dintha Butler 55
G C Grimes 35
Fred Fletcher 45

1930 United States Federal Census
Name: William H Butler
Home in 1930: Burns, Harney, Oregon
Age: 60
Estimated birth year: abt 1870
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse's name: Diantha J Butler
Race: White
Occupation: Education: Military service: Rent/home value: Age at first marriage: Parents' birthplace:
Household Members: Name Age
William H Butler 60 stone mason, general construction
Diantha J Butler 67
William O Bohonan 38
George C Grimes 45

in the 1940 United States Federal Census
Name: William H Butler
Respondent: Yes
Age: 69
Estimated birth year: abt 1871
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: Wisconsin
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Burns, Harney, Oregon
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
Street: S Grand Avenue
Farm: No
Inferred Residence in 1935: Burns, Harney, Oregon
Residence in 1935: Same House
Sheet Number: 5A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 137
Occupation: Mason
Industry: Building Construction
House Owned or Rented: Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 1800
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 7th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 4
Class of Worker: Working on own account
Weeks Worked in 1939: 12
Income: 450
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
William H Butler 69
Diantha J Butler 78

Tombstone for William Butler in Tobacco Cemetery, Eureka, Montana gives birth as 1875 and death as 1958
William Henry Butler.
Birth: 1875
Death: Nov. 28, 1958
Burial:Tobacco Valley Cemetery, Eureka, Lincoln County, Montana, USA

Created by: Jim Lee
Record added: Oct 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43258015 
BUTLER, William H (I483)
3032 William Collis
mentioned in the record of Rachel Collis
Name William Collis
Sex Male
Wife Anna
Daughter Rachel Collis
Other information in the record of Rachel Collis
from New Jersey, Births
Name Rachel Collis
Event Type Birth
Event Date 09 Feb 1866
Event Place Hammonton, Atlantic, New Jersey, United States
Gender Female
10 pm

Brentwood Union Cemetary

!NOTE: Never married, was retarded from an episode of Typhoid or Diptheria when she was 12 years old. Her neice Dorothy Boydsto, daughter of Lillian, wrote that "Rett" and Dorothy used to play with dolls under Grandma's dining room table. Dorothy was 6 years younger than Rachael.
!Death: age 46, state file #12-23019

1870 census states Rachel was born in New York. 
COLLIS, Rachael (I298)
3033 William Daugherty
Birth: Aug. 13, 1857 Allen County Indiana, USA
Death: Aug. 7, 1930 Monroe Township Allen County Indiana, USA
Was once a care taker for the cemetery. Son of Hiram Daugherty and Susannah Potts Family links: Parents: Susannah Potts Daugherty (1838 - 1885) Spouse: Caroline Jane Chronister Daugherty (1869 - 1947) Children: William A. Daugherty (1891 - 1899) Alma I Daugherty Roessler (1894 - 1978) Harold W. Daugherty (1915 - 1972 Sibling: William Daugherty (1857 - 1930) John H. Daugherty (1873 - 1918) *Calculated relationship
Burial: Monroeville Memorial Cemetery, Monroeville Allen County Indiana, USA Plot: sec A lot 111
Created by: Monroeville Tombstoners Record added: Jun 13, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 53623793

1910 United States Federal Census
Name: William Dougherty [William Daugherty]
Age in 1910: 52
Estimated birth year: abt 1858
Birthplace: Indiana
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Ohio
Mother's Birth Place: Ohio
Spouse's name: Caroline
Home in 1910: Madison, Allen, Indiana
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
William Dougherty 52
Caroline Dougherty 41
Alma Dougherty 16
Velma Dougherty 10
Otto Dougherty 8
Leroy Dougherty 4 
DaUGHERTY, William Thomas (I8815)
3034 William did not move to Missouri !sealing source: M516013, 6300296 FAIRES, William (I604)
3035 William Ely was of Headingham Sible, Essex, England. His will was written in 1736 and proved 19 Oct 1748, in London, leaving a widow Mary. He left Dorcus, his 3rd daughter, tenements in Headingham, Known as Great Griggs or Bushy Pasture, lately purchased from Thomas Parr. ELY, William (I1735)
3036 William from Cache Creek, Bk A pg 74, Napa County Records Family F2012
3037 William G Browenlow
in the 1850 United States Federal Census
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Name: William G Browenlow
Age: 33
Birth Year: abt 1817
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1850: District 45, Missouri, USA
Gender: Male
Family Number: 97
Household Members:
Name Age
William G Browenlow 33
Jane P Browenlow 29 born North Carolina
Elby L Browenlow 6 born Missouri
Leroy B Browenlow 4 born Missouri
Bluford M Browenlow 1 born Missouri

in the 1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Jane P Brownloe
[Jane P Brownlow]
Age: 40
Birth Year: abt 1820
Gender: Female
Birth Place: North Carolina
Home in 1860: Lebanon, Missouri
Post Office: Lebanon
Family Number: 4
Household Members:
Name Age
Jane P Brownloe 40
Elby T Brownloe 16
Leroy B Brownloe 15
Bluford M Brownloe 11
Susan E Brownloe 7

in the U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Name: William Grigsby Brownlow
Birth Date: 9 May 1816
Birth Place: Fayette County, Tennessee, USA
Death Date: 25 Dec 1853
Death Place: Lebanon, Laclede County, Missouri, USA
Cemetery: Phillips Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Laclede County, Missouri, USA
Has Bio?: Y
Spouse: Jane Priscilla Brownlow
Children: Leroy Bethel Brownlow

William Grigsby Brownlow
Birth: May 9, 1816
Fayette County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Dec. 25, 1853
Laclede County
Missouri, USA
Wm. Grigsby Brownlow died in Lebanon and is buried on his property at Brownlow Hill. Phillips Cemetery same Cem that Robert Faires and Susannah Orr and son are buried (on the Ted Bowman Farm)he is the husband of Jane Priscilla Faires Brownlow. Children are listed on Jane's record. William was born in Wythe Co., TN (which is now Fayette) to John and Nancy Jane Grigsby Brownlow.
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Spouse: Jane Priscilla Faires Brownlow (1820 - 1868)*
Children: Leroy Bethel Brownlow (1846 - 1913)*
Burial: Phillips Cemetery, Laclede County, Missouri, USA

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Record added: Jun 11, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27491861 
BROWNLOW, William Grigsby (I601)
3038 William moved to Kittery, Maine after witch trials TOWNE, William (I5492)
3039 William of Dorchester in 1635, came to New England in the Truelove, the latest of seventeen ships from London to Boston in 1635. He was age 44, with wife, Mary-34; and four children, Elizabeth 11, Sarah 8, Mary 6, and John 3. He removed to New Haven in season to be among first subscribers of the compact, 1639; and there had Jehiel, Hackaliah, and Eliasaph (twins), and Joseph. The mother of these latter children may have been a daughter of Robert Seabrook, who gave his grandsons, Jehiel Preston and Thomas Fairchild, jr. his home lot. William probably died not long after date of his will, 9 July 1647, in which he speaks of children of the first and second wife but does not enable us to distinguish them, and by conjecture, I should make of the children brought from England the greater part if not all by first wife three sons and three daughters refers to one as wife of Joseph Alsop, probably Elizabeth, to another as wife of William Meekes or Mix, probably Sarah; and we therefore, may well suppose that Mary was then unmarried. He owned est. in Giggleswick, Co. York, in the most W. part of the W.Riding. In that parish of the hill country were born the parents of the celebrated William Paley, and of its high school his father was master. Several towns in England are called Preston. PRESTON, William (I2510)
3040 William of Swanza CHACE, William (I1047)
3041 William settled in Dartmouth, Mass. SHERMAN, William (I1091)
3042 William settled in New Lebanon, N.Y. SHERMAN, William (I1617)
3043 William was of D.C. STEAVENS, William (I1661)
3044 Willitt settled in Vernon, N.Y.; was father of Gen. Richard U. Sherman; was editor of a daily paper; at one time Speaker of the House at Albany, and often clerk. SHERMAN, Willitt H. (I1656)
3045 Wilson Shannon was formerly governor of Ohio. SHANNON, Wilson (I1693)
3046 Wiltshire, England, Marriages, 1538-1837
Name: William Randoll Jr
Marriage Date: 1 Sep 1762
Parish: Salisbury St Edmund
Residence: Stratford
Spouse: Sarah Pike
Spouse Residence: of This Parish
Document Type: Licence

England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973
Name: Sarah Pike
Gender: Female
Age: 20
Birth Date: 1742
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1762
Marriage Place: Hampshire, England
Spouse: Wm. Jr. Randoll
FHL Film Number: 1278952 
Family F3540
3047 Winifred Chandler
Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934
Name: Ervin John Voight
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 04 Oct 1908
Event Place: Mitchell, Iowa, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Birth Year (Estimated): 1887
Father's Name: Carl G Voight
Mother's Name: Eva E Fey
Spouse's Name: Winifred Chandler
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Age: 22
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1886
Spouse's Father's Name: Fred H Chandler
Spouse's Mother's Name: Lizzie Crum 
Family F4135
3048 Wisconsin, Births and Christenings Index, 1826-1908

Name: Dorothy May Fletcher
Birth Date: 2 Jul 1899
Birth Place: Milton, Rock, Wisconsin
Gender: Female
Race: White
Father's Name: Fred Fletcher
Father's Birth Place: Lowas City, Michigan
Mother's Name: Carrie A Slyh
Mother's Birth Place: Michigan
FHL Film Number: 1305582 
FLETCHER, Dorothy (I461)
3049 With parents in the 1900 census, but not with them in the 1910 census. (married? died?) Stevens, Hazel B (I8361)
3050 Woodland Methodist Church Family F1577

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