Matches 201 to 250 of 30,651
at 1901 at Old Bank House, John Street, Stromness
|Taylor, Maggie (I19030)
at 1901 at Old Bank House, John Street, Stromness a Tailors Apprentice
|Taylor, Charles (I19035)
at 1901 census a Domestic Servant to John Linklater at Ness Roads in Stromness
Domestic Servant at marriage
at 1911 census at White House, Graemsay
at Whitehouse 1910 - 1913
a Widow at marriage in 1919
|Sutherland, Margaret (I1143)
at 1901 census at 39 Union Street, Monifieth a House Plumber
Emigrated to Canada 26-4-1913 a Plumber
died on HMCS Galiano
Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
VICTORIA MEMORIAL ; British Columbia, Canada
On Vancouver Island in Ross Bay Cemetery, British Columbia, is the VICTORIA MEMORIAL. The cemetery holds 133 war graves and contains, in a separate plot, the Naval Memorial which consists simply of a square block of granite bearing the names of 39 officers and men who were lost or buried at sea in the Pacific Ocean. Of these, 36 were from the HMCS Galiano which went down on October 30, 1918. Behind the VICTORIA MEMORIAL stands a Cross of Sacrifice.
|Edmonds, Peter Whitton (I25032)
at 1901 census at 5 Forbes Street, Newington Edinburgh
Died from infuenza
|Campbell, Jane (I21153)
at 1901 census at 75 Old Rows, Midcalder
|Crossan, Mary Ann (I21867)
at 1901 census at Braebuster (Servants House)
|Delday, Jessie (I4863)
at 1901 census at Braebuster (Servants House)
|Delday, Maggie Jean (I4864)
at 1901 census at Flaghill, Graemsay
at 1911 census at Flaghill, Graemsay
2/1/1933 President of the Graemsay Recreation Club
address Garson Graemsay, Midhouse Stennes, retired to Franklin Road Stromness.
|Wilson, Jane Ann (I1337)
at 1901 census at Kirkwall and St Ola
Person: Geo Wm SCARTH
Date of departure: 22 August 1924
Port of departure: Glasgow
Destination port: Quebec
Destination country: Canada
Ship: MONTLAURIER an Ironmonger address 22 East Road, Kirkwall
Person: George SCARTH
Date of departure: 30 June 1934
Port of departure: Greenock
Destination port: Montreal
Destination country: Canada
Ship: DUCHESS OF BEDFORD address 22 East Road, Kirkwall a Secretary Treasurer Canadian Resident
Address 1935 120 Adolphus Street, Cornwall, Ontario
Person: George SCARTH
Date of departure: 29 June 1948
Port of departure: Liverpool
Destination port: Montreal
Destination country: Canada
Ship: ASCANIA address 22 East Road, Kirkwall a Manager Canadian Resident
|Scarth, George William (I11851)
at 1901 census at White House, Stromness
|Sinclair, John (I802)
at 1906 at SK
|Cameron, Marybelle (I5344)
at 1910 census at Auburn, Shawnee, Kansas
|Whitten, Mary (I17382)
At 1911 census at 150 Rye Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne
|Whitton, Florence Carnegie (I13020)
At 1911 census at 150 Rye Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne an Elementary School Teacher born Limerick
address at death Rodbourne, 35 Hawthorn Gardens, Monkseaton, Northumberland, England
|Whitton, Jessie Margaret (I13022)
At 1911 census at 150 Rye Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne an Elementary School Teacher
|Whitton, Gladys Strachan (I13021)
at 1911 census at 295 Earby Road, Liverpool a Manager of a Money lenders
wife left him £480 in 1950 his occupation Loan Office Manager
|Flack, John Ernest (I5913)
at 1911 census at 41 Rayleigh Road, Wimbeldon
in 1929 a Clerk
|Whitton, Arthur Brian (I21087)
at 1911 census at Drummartin, Dundrum, Dublin
his daughters Constance (Consie) and Hilda played a large part in the Irish campaign against cruelty to horses.
at 1911 census at Drummartin, Dundrum, Dublin
|Whitton, Constance Eleanor (I14969)
at 1920 census at Everina Street, West Palm Beach, Florida a Asst Shipping Clerk
at 1940 census at 715 52nd Street, West Palm Beach, Florida a Butcher
|Ritch, Joseph (I10641)
at 1920 census at Norfolk, St lawrence, New York
at 1930 census at Louisville, Saint Lawrence, NY
at 1940 census at Louisville, St lawrence, New York a Finishing Foreman in a Aluminium Works
a Justice of the Peace at one time
He was the supervisor and Crane Operator at Alcoa in Massena NY before his retirement. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and loved to talk with people
He died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse.
He was born on May 12, 1909 in Ogdensburg, a son of David and Nellie Jeffer Whitton. He was a graduate of Massena High School and attended Coyne Electrical School, Chicago.
He married Mary Munson on Aug. 10, 1929 in Moira.
He was a supervisor and crane operator for Aluminum Company of America.
Surviving was his wife; three sons, Robert, Dewey and Roger; a daughter, Mrs. Michael (Kathryn) Jarrett; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and a sister, Beatrice Shaw.
Four brothers, Floyd E., Carl, Bruce and Clyde, died before him.
Mon. 1/22/1996 Watertown Times
|Whitton, Wilton Jeffers (I7818)
|222||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I27638)
at 1930 census at 1125 Evergreen Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey
1947 at 1115 Prospect Avenue, Plainfield , New Jersey a student
Address: 386 Live Oak Dr, Vero Beach, FL, 32963-9747 (1993)
2822 Whitemarsh Pl, MacUngie, PA, 18062-1409
7 Vista Gardens Trl, Vero Beach, FL, 32962-0772 (1985)
4601 Highway A1a Apt 408, Vero Beach, FL, 32963-1353 (1996)
Henry George Whitton (Hank), born to Henry Thomas Whitton and Eva Donberg died at home. He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Jan Whitton; and previous wife, Bess Whitton. Surviving is his wife, Nancy Perry Whitton; children, Kathleen (Roger) Barth, Andrea (Peter) Schoellkopf and Sarah; by his three daughters, Kathleen (Roger) Barth, Andrea (Peter) Schoellkopf and Sarah Whitton; step-sons, Christopher and William Perry; 3 grandchildren, Lauren Barth, Julia and Jason Schoellkopf. Hank enlisted in the Navy during his junior year. He served on the USS St. George in the China Sea. Following World War II, he received a bachelors degree from Springfield College, Juris Doctorate from Rutgers University and a Masters in Business Administration from Lehigh University. He was a member of the Bar Associations of Pennsylvania and Florida. He was a member of Crossroads Community Church. A memorial service will be held in early November, time and place to be announced.
Published in FLORIDA TODAY on October 11, 2009
|Whitton, Henry George (I19578)
|224||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I17393)
at 1930 census at Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA
North Carolina (NC)
HARVEY E RITCH
225 LINVILLE CIR
LINVILLE, NC (828) 733-8962
Everything Scottish - Linville
Harvey Ritch (828) 733-1399 email@example.com
The Grandfather Mountain Highlanders Pipe Band was founded in 1974 by Agnes MacRae Morton and Harvey E. Ritch. (Harvey had previously founded the Charlotte Scottish Pipe Band, a prize winning grade ll band with a World Champion drum corps see below) This new Grandfather group consisted of young, but very dedicated, players. Within two years, they earned the title of Southern Champions by winning at the Stone Mountain Highland Games. Since then, the band has won this title many times and they are the current Southern Pipe Band Champions. Recently, the band placed 2nd at the 2003 North American Pipe Band Championships in Maxville, Ontario.
Harvey Ritch was the band's first Pipe Major and served in this capacity until 1981. Ken Swinton served as Pipe Major from 1981 until 1983, and led the band to a victory at Stone Mountain. Ed Krintz then became Pipe Major and took the band to a new level. In 1985, the band won nearly every contest they played and was upgraded to Grade II in 1986. Bill Caudill then assumed Pipe Major duties as Ed was relocated for his job. After two successful seasons, Ed resumed the leadership role until the Grade IV and Grade III bands merged in 1994. Scott McLeod then became Pipe Major and led the band successfully from Grade IV back to Grade III. Gordon Warburton became Pipe Major in 1996 and currently holds the position.
Harvey Edward Ritch, 86, of Linville, and formerly of Charlotte, died Sunday, June 8, 2014, of natural causes.
Harvey was born in Charlotte to Ruby Ritch and Paul Ritch. He was preceded in death by his oldest son, Harvey Edward Ritch Jr., and is survived by his former wife, Nancy Ritch, his three living sons, David Randall Ritch, Joseph Livingston Ritch and Robert Scott Ritch, his sister, Jean Christ, his brother Paul Ritch Jr., and seven grandchildren.
The funeral for family and close friends is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday, June 21, 2014. Harvey was well known in the Scottish Community for his work with many bagpipe bands and as the owner of Everything Scottish. A public ceremony will be held Sunday, July 13, 2014, at the church service at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games.
June 9, 2014. Harvey Ritch, longtime owner of Everything Scottish in Linville, passed away at 5:45 a.m. Sunday, June 8, in Newland at age 85. Ritchs shop, one of the nations first Scottish import shops and a landmark of High Country Scottish culture, closed last February after a remarkable 43 years in business.
Ritch and his shop were more than just part of the local business community. Called the High Countrys Pipe Major, Ritch has founded a number of pipe bands, trained dozens of award-winning pipers, and played a major role in the growth of Scottish culture in the High Country, the South, and the nation. In 1973, Ritch accepted the invitation of Highland Games co-founder Agnes MacRae Morton, and her son Julian, to open Everything Scottish in the stone tower that still dominates the Invershiel intersection at the corner of NC 105 and 184.
Ritch founded the award-winning Grandfather Mountain Highlanders Pipe Band. Those affiliated with the band have called Ritch, the forefather of piping in the South.
In many ways, the number of pipe bands seen today in the region, and the quality of play, can be traced back to Ritch. His personal tutoring of students, and even financial support for formal training programs has benefited many pipe bands and players and fledgling highland games as well.
He left a desire for his ashes to be scattered atop MacRae Meadows track during the Highland Games so when they march on the track they will get dust in their eyes ... they will rub their eyes and say, 'Damn you, Harvey!'
|Ritch, Harvey Edwards (I2872)
at 1930 census at Eugene, Lane, Oregon a Prprietor of Theatres
at 1940 census at Olympia, Thurston, Washington a manager of a Theatre
|McDonald, Wesley B (I11194)
at 1930 census at Van Zandt, Texas
Services for Dale Whitton, 88, of Tyler are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, in Lloyd James Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Sherman Mayfield officiating. Burial will follow in Cathedral in the Pines with grandsons serving as pallbearers. Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday before the service. Arrangements are under direction of Lloyd James Funeral Home.
Mr. Whitton passed away at The Hospice of East Texas from Parkinson's disease. He was born on March 2, 1925, in Canton to Lawrence and Verd Whitton.
Upon graduating from Canton High School in 1942 he joined the Marines, served on the island of Tinian and was discharged in 1945. In 1945 he enrolled at Tyler Commercial College and married Ann Barnett. That same year he also joined the Texas National Guard and attained the rank of first lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserves. He joined Brookshire Grocery Co. in 1960 and retired as senior vice president of grocery purchasing in 1993. In his retirement years he fed and cared for feral cats and he and his dog, Callie, worked with the Therapet Group.
He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Jerry Whitton; and grandson, Andrew Whitton.
He is survived by his wife of 68 years, Ann; daughters, Carol Martin and husband Warren, Sharon Baker, both of Tyler, Regina Speaks and husband Ron, of Plano; grandchildren, Lee Roach and wife Christy, of Lindale, Matt Roach, of Troup, Jon Roach and wife Shawn, of Neches, Brian Martin and Jen, of Ohio, Robert Martin and wife April, of Tyler, Ashley Whitton and Matt, of Tyler, Adam Whitton, of Tyler, Elisha Costilow, of Tennessee, and Alex Clingan, of Plano; 12 great-grandchildren; and his faithful dog, Sammy.
|Whitton, Hollis Dale (I24400)
At 1940 census at 1480 Quinnipiac Avenue, New Haven CT a Truck Driver. His wife to be was also present This was her parents address and he was a lodger in 1940.
WW2 draft employed by National Folding Box Co Enlisted 14-8-1942 until 30-11-1945
|Ritch, John Howard (I14236)
at 1940 census at 435 Bryan Avenue, Salt Lake City Utah
Address: 135 W 8865 S # 31, Sandy, UT, 84070-2059 (1993)
1933 ~ 2012
Lester Kenneth Rich, 78, Born December 16,1933 to William Vere Rich and Ada Lillian Davies. Died September 30, 2012.
Married Maxine (Mickie) Fackrell on May 27, 1953 - later divorced. Les was a police officer for the SLCPD where he was injured in the line of duty. After leaving the Police Department he went to work at the Salt Palace as a security officer where he worked until retiring as Head of Salt Lake County Security.
He is survived by his children Darrel (Patty) Rich, Susan (Doug) Kitchens, Steve (Teressa) Rich and Linda Rich. Five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, sister Shirley Van Leeuwen, brothers Robert and Melvin Rich and numerous extended family.
A celebration of life will be held October 7, 2012 at Starks Funeral Parlor (3651 South 900 East) from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. where friends and family may visit. A family graveside service will be held Monday.
The family would like thank the staff of Willow Wood Care Center and Bristol Hospice for their devoted care.
|Rich, Lester Kenneth (I19105)
at 1949 Voters Rolls at 102 Pakura Street, Te Awammutu Waikato
1981 Forntier Road, Te Awamuto
|?, Helen (I18057)
at Canadian 1881 census at Wellington Ward, Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada
at 1891 census at Wellington Ward, Ottawa, Canada called Jennie Whitton
At the 1901 census at Dalhousie Ward, Ottawa a School Teacher
Name: Jean Young
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: Sep 1879
Family Number: 346
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Spouse's name: John
Tribal: Scotch (Scotish)
District Number: 207
Sub-District: including Halbrite Village
Sub-District Number: 10
Place of Habitation: Mair St
Census Year: 1911
|Whitton, Martha Jean (I10678)
|232||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I12900)
at marriage called Sophia Whitton no occupation address 10 Crofs? Street
at 1861 census at 44 Byron Street, Manchester a Lodger a Vocalist born Edinburgh
at 1871 census at 73 Nicholson Street Greenock
at 1881 census at 21 Ardgowan Street, Greenock
at 1901 census at 33 Brougham Street, Greenock a Teacher of Singing
no parents given at death registration
address at death 6 Castle Gardens, Gourock left funds to her husbands family and Charity as she had no living relatives
|Whitton, Matilda Sophie (I8442)
at wedding in 1882 a Joiner Journeyman a Widower address 246 South Wellington Street, Glasgow
|Maxwell, John (I2960)
Attorney General of Rhode Island in 1732 and Advocate General of the Vice Admiralty Court at Newport about 1764 (cf. Updikes Hist. of the Narragansett Church, ed. Goodwin, II, 322. I, 598).
Minister at Newport, Rhode Island, New York
George Berkeley arrived by ship in the harbor of Newport, Rhode Island on Thursday, 23 January 1729. The Rev'd James Honyman, Minister of Trinity Church, Newport, Rhode Island welcomed Berkeley and the group that accompanied him, inviting him to stay in his home in Newport until he could find accommodation elsewhere
Buried at the expense of the Church. Buried at the South Side of the passage from the gate to the church where his tomb stone now lies. His salary was £70 per annum
|Honyman, James (I11632)
Auburn University 1971
Thomas W. Ritch, 66, a resident of Bruceville, AL, passed away Friday, May 5, 2017. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. from Gray Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Gene Nelson officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Hilliard Cemetery with Gray Funeral Home directing.
He is survived by his mother, Betty W. Berry of Montgomery, AL; brother, John W. (Jeanette) Ritch of Tallassee, AL; step-brother, Luther M. (Lynn) Berry, Jr. of Manhattan, New York; nieces and nephews, Michael J. (Ellen) Ritch, Wilton (Ashley) Johnson, Kenly Johnson, Tonya (John) Thompson; six great-nieces and nephews.
Members of the Almeria Volunteer Fire Department were Honorary Pallbearers.
The family received friends at the funeral home from 10:00 a.m. until service time on Tuesday.
Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 5139, Union Springs, Alabama 36089.
|Ritch, Thomas Wesley (I11560)
|237||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I34602)
Banns 30th September 1853 Dundee City
at marriage in 1863 a Moulder
at 1861 census at 91 Castle Street, Montrose ref 312/00005/00016 a Labourer
at 1871 census at South Shields, Durham an Iron Moulder
an Iron Moulder
FROM DAVE GRAHAM March 2013
I believe that John Barrie Whitton born 31 mar 1832 to Thomas Whitton and Susan Glen is the same as the John Whitton who died at Mill Cottage in Dunblane 15 Dec 1878. It is true that his death certificate states that his mother was Jane Peacock but I believe this was his grandmother who married his grandfather Robert Whitton. Why do I believe this? (1) There is no record of a marriage between Thomas Whitton and Jane Peacock; (2) John (Barrie) Whitton died in Dunblane which was the home to one of Elizabeth Grahams brothers, Andrew Graham, at this time. Why would he go there instead of Bervie or some other location in Angus where his own family lived?; (3) His death certificate has no living relatives listed on it giving credence to the thought that he may have had papers, or a bible that had his grandmother [Jane (Peacock) Whitton] in it. The lack of family certainly opens the data to some potential errors. (4) Mill Cottage was not far from High Street where Andrew Graham and family lived.
While there is no definitive proof of my claim, you and I both know that census and death entries have numerous inconsistencies in the supplied data. I truly think this is case here. I am confident that the John Whitton that died 15 Dec 1878 in Dunblane and listed as widower to Elizabeth Graham, was the same John Barrie Whitton born to Thomas Whitton and Susan Glen (not Joanna or Jane Peacock) in Montrose 31 Mar 1832.
|Whitton, John (I1978)
|239||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I3396)
Berna Faye Mendenhall
Berna Faye Mendenhall, 75, El Dorado Springs, passed away Wednesday, Sept 23, 2009, at her home. She was born Dec. 24, 1933, in Benton County, MO, the daughter of Murl H. Reed and Gleen F. Reed.
Berna moved to Platte City, with her parents to attend and graduate high school. From Platte City, Berna moved to Garden City, KS, St. Louis, and Miami, FL. In 1992 she returned to El Dorado Springs, to help care for her parents. Berna loved working, crocheting, reading and reality TV.
Preceding her in death were her parents, Murl H. and Gleen F. Reed.
Survivors include two children: Donald Kent Whitton - El Dorado Springs, and Tamira Elaine Reed - Sacramento, CA; four grandchildren - Levi Esry and wife, Angela - El Dorado Springs, Justin Whitton and wife, Kristin - Carthage, Josh Whitton and wife, Monica - El Dorado Springs, and Nicolas Quiqq - Sacramento, CA; and four great-grandchildren - Elizabeth Whitton, Reed Whitton and Jessica Whitton - all of Carthage, and Lilly Esry - El Dorado Springs.
|Reed, Berna Faye (I34543)
|241||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I5499)
|242||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I21310)
Borne in Larne Ireland
Travelled on the "Tunisian" 24-9-1919 from London to Quebec. Quarantined at Gross Isle address 689 Strathcona Street, Winnipeg, Alberta, Canada
29th September 1958 travelled from Cobh to Southampton on the "Mauritania" a Bank Official visiting for 4 months
Manager Royal bank of Ireland
A fathers death address Greystones, Delgany, Co Wicklow
No.202 Christ Church, Delgany, Co Wicklow
In Loving Memory | of | FRANCIS EDWARD WHITTON | 1916 - 1996 | and his
beloved wife | THORA EVELYN WHITTON | 1909 - 1999 | Beloved parents of |
JOHN and THELMA | Safe in the Arms of Jesus.
|Whitton, Francis Edward (I31363)
Lawrence Scott Larry Ritch, 58, Brunswick, Ga., formerly of Connellsville, passed away Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. He was born April 26, 1958, in Connellsville, a son of the late Anthony J. and Joyce L. (Cunningham) Ritch. Larry graduated from Connellsville Area High School in 1976. He was a past member of St. Ritas Catholic Church in Connellsville. He was a sergeant stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, in the 101st Airborne Division. He served in the first Desert Storm in 1991. Upon return, he was transferred to the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Stewart, Savannah, Ga, until he retired.
|Ritch, Lawrence Scott (I10818)
|245||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I11778)
Came to Illionois in 1855 settling in Minonk, settled in Varna in 1881 . Pap Reed was the father of 11 children of which 7 were living at his death.
taken from the Toluca Star Toluka, Illinois
An old settler dead
13th Feb 1903
Wesley Reed one of the old settlers of Marshall County died at his hotel in Varna Tuesday. His house was known as "Paps House" and was well known to the travelling public. His remains were laid to rest in the Cemetary near LaRose, Thursday
|Reed, John Wesley (I9294)
Canada Western Land Grant
Enlisted in Canadian Forces 30-8-1917 Winnipeg a farmer White Beach, SK wife Jessie had been in 99th Manitoba for 6 months
Service No 218387
Travelled to Quebec from Glasgow 28-6-1919
|Delday, James (I4970)
Chris grew up in Marietta, Georgia and was immersed in the baseball culture that makes Cobb County famous for most of his upbringing. It was baseball that led Chris to Berry College for college, earning a scholarship to pitch at Berry. It was during his time there that Chris became a Christian, beginning his relationship with Jesus around the time of his 21st birthday. After college, Chris was hired to teach at Mount Paran Christian School in Kennesaw, Georgia. Once again it was baseball that was a big part of leading Chris down the path God had chosen. He began climbing the coaching ladder, working his way towards becoming a varsity head coach, or so he thought. God started to plant a seed that something seemed off, and that maybe this wasn’t the path he was meant to pursue. Through lots of prayer and discussion with Abby, he decided to walk away from that pursuit and focus more on pursuing God. It was a natural fit to coach the middle school baseball program, where the focus could be more on relationship building and investing in players rather than wins and losses. Through a fundraiser that was organized in the spring of 2011 for the middle school baseball program at Mount Paran, Chris was introduced to the FCA ministry in the Dominican Republic. His middle school team organized a charity round robin tournament and raised $400, which was donated to The Holt Rowland Foundation. This led Chris to meet Bob Wiedemann, who was a local FCA representative at the time and was leading trips to the Dominican Republic for baseball ministry. Bob helped Chris see the value in short term ministry and encouraged Chris to join the team for the next summer’s trip. The spiritual warfare leading up to that trip was intense for Chris, and now in retrospect it seems clear as to why. That first week was life changing for him, and left a huge mark on the way he was pursuing God, the way he was coaching and mentoring, and his desire to invest in the lives of others. Little did he know that God was thinking of something a little bigger a few years down the road. Over the next few years, Chris continued visiting the Dominican. The next summer, he took another FCA trip with a great team, and then started visiting without teams to partner with the FCA ministry directly and invest in the missionaries that were on the island full time. The desire to be immersed in the Dominican culture and serve the people there continued growing stronger, and Chris asked God for clarity on if they were meant to move. In October 2014, they took another trip down and asked God for a clear yes or no response on whether it was time to pursue leaving. The answer was not yes or no, it was “not yet”. Chris believed that perhaps it was time to transition out of a teaching role, and thought maybe God was leading him to a local ministry position working with missions or youth groups. But over the last 3 months of 2015, God made it completely clear that it was time to pursue coming to the D.R. After meetings with many of the board of directors of The Rowland Foundation, Chris and Abby knew it was God’s timing to send them, and specifically to Boca Chica. They committed to make the transition at the end of 2015.
|Tanton, Christopher Mark (I37122)
Civil Ward Draft 1863 a labourer
at 1900 census at New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire a Cotton Card Grinder
at marriage in 1910 a carder
at 1910 census at Chelmsford street, Chelmsford Town, Mass, USA living on own income
at 1920 census an inmate of the National Home for Disbled soldiers Augusta, Kennebec Maine.
Was a resident of the National Soldiers Home 27-11-1919 until his death 9-12-1922 a Mill Operative
had enlisted 21-7-1863 discharged 16-7-1865
Parents and spouces name were not recorded
|Bell, George W (I12353)
|250||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I27058)