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151 Darla
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=5e12f78b-e7e7-4562-b2eb-bc1d996b7a5d&tid=8449228&pid=-948703331 
ADAMS, Eliashib (I01569)
 
152 Daughter Finds Mother Dead in Jordanville - (dateline) Jordanville - Mrs. Mary Alice Wood, 66, was found dead in bed by her daughter Miss Maude Wood, at 6 a.m. yesterday, Coroner James Graves, Herkimer, who was summoned, said death was the result of natural causes. She had suffered from heart disease for the past year.
Miss Wood last saw her mother alive about 10 last night. Death is believed to have occurred about 1 a.m.
Surviving in addition to the daughter, are three sisters, Mrs. Grace Vrooman and Mrs. Bertha Hosford, Litchfield; Miss Pearl Finch, Norwich; three brothers, Herbert Van Vaklenburg, Warren; Harry, Johnstown, and Clyde, Jordanville.
 
VAN VALKENBURGH, Mary Alice (I03136)
 
153 daughter of John and Joan (Hurst)(Rogers) Tilley TILLEY, Elizabrth Mayflower Passenger 1620 (I08323)
 
154 Daugther who married Nathaniel Snow of Chatham
 
HOPKINS, Samuel (I01412)
 
155 David Mitchell and Arabella Scotney were married at St.Mary and St Nicholas Church, Spalding. Genealogist Jane Wilson of Winterton, North Lincolnshire UK provided the information: Married in Spalding Church Certificate of Marriage # 322 reads: " David Mitchell of this Parifh, bachelor and Arabella Scotney of the same spinster were married in this church by banns this tenth day of November in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety one by me John Dockner, Curator

This marriage was folemnized between us: David Mitchell (signature) Arabella Scotney here X mark
In the Prefence of William Scotney - Mary Pitts - John Bladesmith ( Note: Old English used "f" for s.)

Copy of Certificate on file: Norman Schuler
 
Family F00581
 
156 David Sanford (4-141) is referred to as David Sanford (#141) on page 110 in the Thomas Sanford Genealogy book, 1911; and referred to as Cornet David Sanford on page 136 of that same book. It is explained in the book that in May, 1749 he was Quartermaster of the Troop of Horse in the 2nd Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers, and in May 1750 he was commissioned "Cornet" in that regiment. (Note: Cornet was the lowest of commissioned officers in the cavalry who carried the colors or guidon of a troop of cavalry, an honored position no longer in existence).
The name on his tombstone, which was still standing in 1911, was Cornet David Sanford. (New Haven Colony Historical Society, Vol. 5, p. 54 and Connecticut Colony Records, p. 426, 517, 518).

He must have been a man of great business capacity having accumulated an estate of $26,660 by the age of 41 at the time of his death in 1751.

On 8 Feb 1751, administration of his estate was granted his widow, Rachael, and she was appointed guardian of their minor children. (Probate Book 7, p. 131).

Thomas Sanford Genealogy c., 1911, pp. 136-137

David & Rachel had nine children 
SANFORD, David (I00415)
 
157 Dead record does not list her name only that it was a child of John Mattise. It does list the age of the baby so is little doubt but no name is given. MATHISE, Nancy (I8434)
 
158 Death Cert:

(NYS Archive) Died 26-Nov-1935 in Richfield Springs, Otsego, New York, USA with Death Cert #68019 (Hand Copied from NYSA)
(MAS 4-25-06) 
CROSSWAY, Ida Mae (I02796)
 
159 Death Certificate-City of Boston

Frank died on Oct. 19, 1917 at 4 months 21 days from complications cause by premature birth.

The family lived at 7 Bexley Road Roslindale. 
ADAMS, Henry (I01890)
 
160 Death Certificate-City of Boston

Frank died on Oct. 19, 1917 at 4 months 21 days from complicationscause by premature birth.

The family lived at 7 Bexley Road Roslindale. 
ADAMS, Henry (I01890)
 
161 Death date on grave marker "November 26, 1931 at age 89yrs-1 month-28 days"

Federal Census 1870 Medway: Ellen M lived alone with her mother & worked in Bonnet factory

Federal Census - 1910 - Providence, RI - Ellen M Hayford age 55 yrs old (this is probably a mistake because I believe this to be the daughter of John & Cynthia) is a Lodger in a boarding home..

Federal Census 1920 Providence RI: Ellen M now 77 (apparently never married - listed as single) lists an occupation as seamstress & lives with her sister Marion (Hayford) Budlong, widow.

Federal Census - 1930 - Providence RI "Home for Aged Women" age 88 yrs old. Ellen dies in 1930 
HAYFORD, Ellen Maria (I00530)
 
162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. YULE, Esther (I03045)
 
163 Death Information:

State Archive Death Index
Cert #10669
Van Valkenburgh, Harvey L.
Deid: 2/18/1921 in Warren
(Hand Copied by Michael Schuler on 5/3/06 trip to the state archive)

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From NYS Civil War Database at the NYS Archive

Microfilm Roll 116
Frame 1157
Van Valkenburgh, Lewis
Mustered In: 1 May 1861 in Paines Hollow

(incomplete Transcribing)

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From the National Archieves

Lewis H. Van Valkenburgh
Regiment Name: 34 N.Y. Infantry
Side: Union
Company: F
Rank In: Pvt.
Rank Out: Pvt.
Alt Name: Lewis/Van Valkenburgh
Film Number: M551 roll 145
 
MOYER, Jasper (I03044)
 
164 Death:
Searched SA Index and Found nothing but I think I only seached 1903 so more searching can be done 
VAN VALKENBURGH, Maria Elizabeth (I03073)
 
165 Deborah had 7 children
 
SNOW, Joseph (I02398)
 
166 Died ago 1 month
 
RING, Elizabeth (I01740)
 
167 Died at the home of his son George. ECKLER, Herny (I8553)
 
168 Died at three months old
 
HOPKINS, Oceanus Mayflower Passenger 1620 (I01723)
 
169 Died of Tuberculosis after being sick for 2 Years OUELLETTE, Joseph Suprien (I00727)
 
170 Died Young ROGERS, Thomas (I3984)
 
171 Died Young ROGERS, Richard (I4005)
 
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PALMER, Doris Barber (I00341)
 
173 Dutch Reformed Church of Fort Plain
Page 75
Marriage of Jno. Bruckman, Jr & Maria Dillenbagh
14 Jun 1818 
Family F00344
 
174 Eckler, Moyer Family Tree States that they left Starkville before 1900 SNYDER, Howard (I02983)
 
175 Edmund West, comp., Family Data Collection - Births (Provo, UT, USA, The Generations Network, Inc., 2001).  
176 Elijah Fitch moved from Norwalk, Connecticut to Amenia, Dutchess Co., New York before April 1804. His daughter Maria, was buried there. He then moved to Otsego Co., New York after April 1804. He appears to have moved to Bradford Co., Pennsylvania between 1830-40.
It appears he lived in Canton, Bradford Co., Pennsylvania in the 1840 Census, near his daughter Hannah and her husband, Samuel Fitch IV. The Stephen Fitch in Canton at that time appears to be his son.
The only Elijah Fitch in the 1830 census which appears to be him is Elijah Fitch living in Otsego, Otsego Co., New York. Other families moved to Otsego County, N.Y. then to Bradford Co., PA. A Buckingham Fitch lives in the same town. Elijah had an older brother Buckingham, who died young. The Buckingham in Otsego is very likely related to Elijah  
FITCH, Elijah II (I8481)
 
177 Elijah Fitch's father, James, gave him his farm in Chestnut Hill, Wilton, Connecticut. His will was submitted 3 May 1802, Fairfield Co., CT. Probate Vol.28 p.35, written 5 January 1802.  FITCH, Elijah I (I02958)
 
178 Elizabeth Tilley was born in 1607 in Henlow, Bedfordshire, the daughter of John and Joan (Hurst)(Rogers) Tilley. She came with her parents on the Mayflower in 1620. Both her parents died the first winter at Plymouth, leaving her orphaned at the age of 13 in the New World. She married to Mayflower passenger John Howland around 1625 at Plymouth. TILLEY, Elizabrth Mayflower Passenger 1620 (I08323)
 
179 Elizabeth was killed by Indians at the Chyle ECKLER, Elizabeth (I8583)
 
180 Emigrated to New England in 1638
 
SQUIRE, Margaret (I00020)
 
181 Emil Joseph Schuler
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=c32ef9b7-f8c9-4115-a6ae-ad9697dd0af8&tid=8449228&pid=-948703397 
HOPKINS, James (I01813)
 
182 Emil Thumb
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=a33175ea-ab81-43e3-9e9d-70a895041d9c&tid=8449228&pid=-948703397 
HOPKINS, James (I01813)
 
183 Emmer Allen has a will listed as Date 9-6-1927 Number 50-352
Obit Listed as Evening Telegram 7-6-1927 7/9 Page 4 
BROOKMAN, Elizabeth (I03513)
 
184 Entry:" David of Water-Side Timberland" MITCHELL, David (I02049)
 
185 Eva died of pneumonia/enteritis
 
CAILLER, Lee (I01344)
 
186 Family including the Williams Ancestry Tree lists the origin as Cork, Cork, Ireland. I am going to try and find the birth records and I have changed the information to the information listed in the Supple Family Ancestry Tree. - MAS 3-7-2016 SUPPLE, Patrick J (I00726)
 
187 FAMILY SEARCH NOTES: They list his birth as 1586 and Marriage as 1569 (Impossible) but even if they mean 1596 since NAVVF Web Site list Marriage bet 1595-1597 then he would have been only 10 Years ago so I have discounted the information but listed it as a fact for reference and also used the AFN numbers found that Search. (MAS 6-2-06) VAN VALKENBURG, Margaret (I03292)
 
188 Familysearch.org Record

Name: Mathias Schuler
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 30 Jan 1739
Baptism/Christening Place: KATHOLISCH, JOEHLINGEN, KARLSRUHE, BADEN
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race:
Father's Name: Leontii Schuler
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Johannae
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project(Batch)Number: C94972-1 
SCHULER, Mathias (I8465)
 
189 Frank Schuler
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=61da7533-3f50-474a-b493-4647e797b140&tid=8449228&pid=-948703396 
ADAMS, Henry (I01890)
 
190 FREDERICK W. ADOPTED JULY 28,1914 BY PATRICK J. and ELIZABETH V. CRIMINS

Name: Frederick W Crimins
Birth Year: 1907
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Massachusetts
State: Massachusetts
County or City: Middlesex

Enlistment Date: 29 Jun 1942
Enlistment State: Massachusetts
Enlistment City: Boston
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: 2 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Laundry Machine Operator or Receiving Or Shipping Checker (Receiving and shipping clerk. )
Marital Status: Divorced, without dependents
Height: 67
Weight: 144
 
CLARK, Elijah (I01868)
 
191 From the National Archieves

William S. Van Valkenburgh
Reg Name: 34 N.Y. Infantry
Company: F
Rank_In: 1 Sgt
Rank Out: 1 Lt.
Film Number: M551 roll 145 
SWEET, Olive (I03064)
 
192 from www.footnote.com search  
193 Front Row: (L to R): David Schuler, Kelsey Schuler, Harlon Schuler~~Middle: Charles aka Scott Moyer, Charles F. Moyer, Donna (Van Valkenburgh) Moyer~~Back: Michael Schuler and Jennifer (Moyer) Schuler SCHELL, Peter (I01947)
 
194 Front Row: (L to R): David Schuler, Kelsey Schuler, Harlon Schuler~~Middle: Charles aka Scott Moyer, Charles F. Moyer, Donna (Van Valkenburgh) Moyer~~Back: Michael Schuler and Jennifer (Moyer) Schuler WIGHT, Bethia (I02026)
 
195 Funeral Notice

In Memory of

Harlon C Van Valkenburgh
R.D. 1 Jordanville, NY

Date of Birth
July 20, 1920
Richfield Springs, NY

Departed the Life
April 5, 1982
Orlando , Florida

Services at
J. Seaton McGrath
Funeral Home, Inc.
Friday, April 9, 1982
at Two O'clock PM

Officiating Clergyman
Rev David O Stanton

Spring Interment at
Higland Rural Cemetery, Jordanville, NY 
VAN VALKENBURGH, Harlon Charles (I02793)
 
196 Gabriel Wheldon was probably born in Nottinghamshire, England about 1590. Sometime before 1638 he sailed to America accompanied by his grown children, but not his wife who had probably died. On September 3, 1638 he was licensed by the Plymouth court to dwell at Mattacheese (Yarmouth), Massachusetts and to have land there.

His next appearance in Plymouth records is June 17, 1641 when the court orders "William Lumpkin and Hugh Tilly to pay 15 shillings to Gabriel Whelden for his third part of a skiff or boat they were partners in and for his damage sustained in the want thereof to fetch fish to fish his corn with, the boat or skiff to be theirs."

In 1642, Gabriel was listed as surveyor of highways for Yarmouth, and June 1, 1647, he was presented and sworn for the same office. August 23, 1645, he was one of five men from Yarmouth who fought against the Narragansets and their confederates.

October 27, 1646 Gabriel gave consent for his daughter Ruth to marry Richard Taylor. A year later, on January 25, 1647, he was also married to Margaret Wampanag in Yarmouth. He and Margaret had a daughter, Sarah Wheldon, on June 21, 1650.

It appears that before May 14, 1648, he had sold land in Yarmouth to Edward Sturgis. October 21, 1653, Gabriel Whelden, and his youngest son John, sold lands in Arnold and elsewhere in Nottinghamshire, England, to William Crofts of Lynn, New England.

Gabriel died about 1654, and in his will gave 10s. to the church in Malden and the rest of his estate in that town, consisting of house, lands, cattle and corn, together with the money due him from William Crofts, to his wife Margaret. His will mentions no children. The inventory of his goods, chattels and cattle amounted to £40 11s. 8d. His sons, Henry and John, brought suit in 1655 for their portions of the estate.
http://www.mccarterfamily.com/tree/b86.htm (Looks like fairy well sourced document and I am using this as a starting point for research 12/14/07 MAS) 
MERRICK, Mary (I01424)
 
197 Genealogist Jane Wilson of Winterton, North Lincolnshire UK provided the information: Documents of File - Norman Schuler. Birth dates are actually baptismal dates. True birth date are the same or within a day or two SCHELL, Margaret () (I02038)
 
198 Genealogist Jane Wilson of Winterton, North Lincolnshire UK provided the information: Documents of File - Norman Schuler. Birth dates are actually baptismal dates. True birth date are the same or within the first year.
 
WINTERROLL, Jocobi (I02039)
 
199 GenForum Article (http://genforum.genealogy.com, ).  
200 Gershom SMITH is listed in the 1790 census residing in the Canajoharie district (then including Stark). Family tradition has it that he and his bridecame from Princeton, New Jersy in 1789, settling on the farm at the intersection of Traivs and Puskarenko roads, east of the Otsquago settlement. Dates of Gershom Smith family come from a Bible owned by Mrs Linn Kinne of Utica, granddaughter of Sarah Ann Smith.

He was a farmer in the town of Stark. In the 1799 Minden tax List he has real property worth $1095 and personal property worth $136. They are buried in the Smith family cemetery on Travis Road.

- Except from Early Families of Stark, A Ross Eckler 
SMITH, Gersham (I04114)
 

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