Matches 901 to 933 of 933
|901||There Wedding Happened on 7 Aug 1832 and the home of Philip Father's Joachin VanValkenburgh's(Innkeeper) House with the witnesses of Bloomfield Usher & Gailord Griswold (Gentlemen of Herkimer).|
Philip (of Herkimer) - 24 Years a Shoemaker f.l. Joachin VanValkenburgh and Gertrude Sharp
Theresa - 17 Years a Seamstress f.l. Augustus Lewis p.m. & Persis Wright
Record ID (H.2-206)
From Index of Reformed Dutch Protestant Church of Herkimer, Volume III, P-Z (1763-1898) at Herkimer Couty Historical Society
(MAS 5-21-06, Note Original is avialable but not yet obtained)
|902||There were at least three children by this marriage||BAXTER, Abigail (I01587)
|903||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||WHITE, Beulah (I03201)
|904||They Lived in Herkimer. ("Three Pioneers of Stark: Jacob Bronner, John Fetterly, John Shaul and their Descendants", A Ross Eckler)||WORMUTH, Glenn Edwin (I03202)
|905||They lived in Roselle, NJ. ("Three Pioneers of Stark: Jacob Bronner, John Fetterly, John Shaul and their Descendants", A Ross Eckler)||DULAN, Francis (I03214)
|906||This death is a problem and maybe not be correct but it is the best information that I have. More research needs to be done|
|SKELTON, Elizabeth (I01977)
|907||This Information is from the Baptism of James Penniman.||WILCOCK, Annis (I8381)
|908||This is placed here as a place holder and is based solely on the FindAGrave listing. Some minor research suggests she may be the mother or in the line but misplaced as John's wife but further research is required - MAS 10-25-2016||ISHAM, Katherine (I4297)
|909||This map is after the Schuler's moved but is included for reference||SCHULER, Johann Mathias (I00036)
|910||This name is listed on the New Hampshire Birth Records. My guest is that this is her formal Catholic Name. She was always known by the Family as Exhilda Marie Ouellette by the family||OUELLETTE, Marie Exilda Eleonore (I02897)
|911||This shows the location that will become 7 Westerly Street before it is there just for reference purposes||SCHULER, Johann Mathias (I00036)
|912||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||ROGERS, Thomas Mayflower Passenger 1620 (I8433)
|913||Town of Medway - a new grant was laid out - This is a list of land grants given out in order of names drawn: ( History of Norfolk Co. Massachusetts - D. Hamilton)|
John Frairy Jr
|PARTRIDGE, William (I00232)
|914||Transcript of Grave |
HERE LYES BURIED
Ye BODY OF CAPT
AGED 73 YEARS
DIED MARCH Ye 21st
|SPARROW, Capt. Jonathon (I03831)
|915||Transcript of Monument erected in 1876 for the Centennial of the USA.|
HERE RESTS THE DUST
AND HIS WIFE
WHO CAME FROM KENT COUNTY ENGLAND
ABOUT 1633 AND SETTLED IN PLYMOUTH
ABOUT 1650 THEY CAME TO EASTHAM
AND SETTLED NEAR THIS PLACE
WHERE HE DIED JANUARY 8,1660
HERE ALSO RESTS
ONLY CHILD OF RICHARD
TOGETHER WITH HIS FIRST TWO WIVES
REBECCA BANGS & HANNAH PRINCE
HE SETTLED IN THE PART OF EASTHAM
NOW EAST ORLEANS WHERE
AFTER FILLING MANY OFFICES OF HONOR
AND TRUST IN BOTH CHURCH AND STATE
HE DIED MARCH 21, 1706 AGED 73 YEARS
IN MEMORY OF
THESE EARLY SETTLERS OF OUR COUNTRY
WE THEIR DESCENDENTS HAVE ERECTED
THIS TABLET IN THIS CENTENNIAL YEAR
OF OUR AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE A D 1876
|SPARROW, Pandora () (I8373)
|916||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Sparrow, Richard (I8363)
|917||TRANSLATION BY: (German) TransLanguage, Albion, Michigan|
TRANSLATION OF Marriage: " 1838, In Joehlingen on June 17, without anyone raising any objections, the undersigned performed the marriage rites for: FRANZ JOSEPH SCHULER, born December 6, 1814, single, local citizen and legitimate son of Mathaus Schuler and his wife Maria Eva nee Lechner: and MARIA ELISABETH JOSTEN, born November 12, 1817, single, legitimate daughter of the citizen Franz Michael Josten and his wife Magdalena Kirchgassner (?). Witnesses are J....Spitz and Joseph..... Joehlingen, June 26, Georg Peter Brahn (?), Pastor."
|918||TRANSLATION BY: (Latin) Sonja Hoeke-Nishimoto A.G, Highland, Utah***|
TRANSLATION OF BIRTH/CHRISTENING RECORD: Birth: Year 1739 " 30 January, MATHIAS, legitimate son of Leontius Schuler and Johanna (nee Schorle) citizens and married couple. Godparents at the sacred font Mathia Seuff and Barbara, his wife."
|SCHULER, Mathias (I8465)
|919||TRANSLATION BY:(German) TransLanguage, Albion, Michigan.|
Marriage:"On August 7, 1873, after twice announcing the marriage bans on July 27, and August 3, and after confession here at the church, in the presence of the witnesses named below and the undersigned pastor. JOHANN MATTHIAS (spelling changed,i.e. two T's) SCHULER, local citizen, 25 years old, single, legitimate son of farmer Johann Schuler and Franziska Barbara nee, Spitz; AND, JOSEPHINA SCHELL of Boston, MA in America, single, legitmate daughter of Peter Schell, baker of Boston, and Katharina Brehm, were married. Witnesses: Herman......., secretary of Karlsruhe, and Julius Mittel, Johlingen, August 7, 1873, signed by pastor. (No signatures of Matthias or Josephine).
|920||TRANSLATION BY:(German) TransLanguage, Albion, Michigan.***|
Marriage: "In the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, on May 27,
at 9 A.M. after having received formal permission #6576 dated May 6, and
following the proclamation of the marriage ban pronounced twice--on the 6th,
Sunday after Easter (May 4) and on the second day of Pentecost (May
19)--JOHANNES SCHULER, born August 25 1811, single, legitmate son of the local citizen Matthias (two T's) and his wife Maria Eva, nee Lechner, and FRANZISKA SPITZ, born December 12, 1812, legitimate daughter of the local citizen Sebastian Spitz and his wife Magdalene nee Fischer, in front of me and the witnesses named below voluntarily gave their consent and publicly announced their wish to be married and were given in marriage by the undersigned. Witnesses are: Johann Spitz Sr. and Konrad Speirler, both local citizens. Johlingen, May 27, 1834."
|921||TRANSLATION BY:(German) TransLanguage, Albion, Michigan.*** Church Journal; 1774, pp120 (88)|
Marraige: In the year 1774, the 17th and the 4th, 5th, and 6th Sundays after Pascha, were posted banns and no opposition was found, therefore, have I the undersigned pastor joined the honest adolescent Joannes Spiz (Spitz), legitimate son of Joannis Spiz (Spitz) citizen of this place and the honest young virgin Joannam Winterrollin (Winterroll) of this place and asked them if they wanted to be married one to another and joined them in holy matrimony. Witnesses by the honest Petro Singer and Caspar Herchgasner, both citizens of this place.
|922||TRANSLATION BY:(Latin) Sonja Hoeke-Nishimoto A.G, Highland, Utah***|
TRANSLATION OF BIRTH/CHRISTENING RECORD: Birth: Year 1734 "21 January, CATHARINA BARBARA legitimate daughter of Leonty Schuler and Johanna (nee Schorle) citizens and married couple. Godparents at the font the chaste virgin Barbara Kengelbacher and honest young man Mathia Seuff." (Note: Mathia and Barbara were later married, 28 January 1738).
**(Note: The spelling of names often vary i.e. Kengelbach, Kengelbacher, Kengelbachin, and etc.)
|SCHULER, Catharina (I8464)
|923||Translation of Birth/Christening Record:|
YEAR 1709" Mathias Schorle and Ann Maria Overlin had a legitimate child named MARIAM JOHANNAM, baptized (this day). Witnesses at the baptismal font were Johanna (?) married with Joanne Georgio on the 12th of February 1709.
Translation By: (Latin) Sonja Hoeke-Nishimoto, AG Highland, UTAH
|SCHORLE, Maria Johanna (I8463)
|924||Twin||BRONNER, Anna (I4224)
|925||Twin||BRONNER, Frederick (I4201)
|926||Twin brother William Henry - Died of pneumonia -4 yrs - 4 months|
SOURCE: Birth & Death certificates-City of Boston
|THOMAS, Frederick William (I01263)
|NUTH, Catherine (I01620)
|928||Village of Deck||ECKER, Bessie (I4267)
|929||Was still a child when her father died and was put in the custody of Richard Sparrow. Died unmarried after October 1657 or husband of Samuel Burgess||ADAMS, Mary (I02374)
|930||When the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, September 16, 1620, on its historic voyage to the New World, three of its 102 passengers were pregnant. Elizabeth Hopkins and Susanna White were each in their seventh month of pregnancy. Mary Norris Allerton was in her second or third month.|
Their pregnancies must have been excruciatingly difficult. After a few days of clear weather, the Mayflower ran into "fierce storms" that lasted for six of the voyage's nine-and-a-half weeks. For days on end, passengers were confined to the low spaces between decks, while torrential winds blew away clothing and supplies and the ship tossed and rolled on the heavy seas.
While the ship was still at sea, Elizabeth Hopkins gave birth to a baby boy named Oceanus after his birthplace. Two weeks later, while the Mayflower was anchored off Cape Cod, Susanna White also had a baby boy. He was christened Peregrine, a name that means "pilgrim." Peregrine White would live into his eighties, but Oceanus Hopkins died during the Pilgrim's first winter in Plymouth.
|SNOW, Nicholas Anne Passager, 1623 (I01715)
|931||Widow of Deacon John Stone of Watertown||STONE, Sarah () (I8376)
|932||William Henry Schuler Jr age 22, a saleman, son of Wm.H. Schuler and Anna (Kilmarx) Schuler living at 56 Cliftondale Ave. Roslindale, MA marries Mildred Ester Mitchell age 20, switchboard operator, daughter of James H. Mitchell and Phebe (Barber) Mitchell living at 812 Belmont Street Watertown, Massachusetts on Sep.11, 1927 at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Belmont, Massachusetts by Pastor D. Joseph Imler.|
Wedding Announcement from Newspaper on file: Wedding Sunday night 8:00 Sept. 11.--Reception at home of bride, 812 Belmont St., Watertown, Ma - Honeymoon at Niagara Falls, made their home at 15 Ridge Rd Waverley.
Marriage Certificate/Booklet on file.
William Henry Schuler Jr. of Roslindale MA. & Mildred Ester Mitchell of Watertown. Witnesses were Myrthe Williams and Emil Schuler. Minister was D. Joseph Imler.
Guests: Mrs. J.E. Mitchell & J.Eddie Mitchell (Mother & Father of Bride); Mrs. A.E.Schuler & W.H.Schuler Sr. (Mother & Father of Groom): Betty Schuler (Sister); Doris Mitchell (Sister); Emil Schuler, Carl F.M.Schuler, Alfred Schuler, (Brothers); Mrs.C Schuler (Sister in Law); Mathias Schuler (Grandfather); Edward S Mitchell (Brother) Ruth Mae Clark (Cousin); Mrs J Schuler (Grandmother); Mr. & Mrs S. Fred Schmidt (Mary[Schuler] Aunt); Josephine & Jean Schmidt (Cousins); Jos.P & Ann O Reiss (Cousin once removed through Schell); Sarah Barber (Grandmother of Bride); Fred M. Sadie B. Hutchinson ( Great Aunt); Mr.& Mrs. Joseph P. Smith ( possible Grand Uncle through Barber);Thelma Taylor, Mr. & Mrs Emil A. Gartner (Unknown), Merton S Lovell( Unknown but through Clark); Neva G. Mitchell (Half 1st Cousin once removed);
Mrs. G.L. Mc Alleahe[sp?], Mr. & Mrs Cecil C Farrington, Thelma M Farrington, Mrs. E. Wade, Ruby S Wade, Mr. & Mrs F.L Fallon; Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E Pollock, (Friends of Mitchells); Mr. & Mrs. F.J.Santos, Francis J. Santos, Bobby Santos,( "Jessie" friends of Mitchells) Mrs J. H Unsworth, Mrs. B.M. Steele, Mary Steele, Louise Gould, Marjorie Gould, Mr. & Mrs. A.B. Gordon, Dottie D Landry, Mrs. Walter D Landry, Virginia M Landry, Mr. & Mrs Frank P Jones, Ethel M Harding, William A Jack, Gladys H. Mc Intosh, Sara Carleton, Harry & Grace King, Helen F Clark & Stedman Lovell Clark ( Aunt & Uncle); Elmer, Ruth Mae Clark ( Cousins), Summer Richardson Clark (8th Cousin onece removed), Cecyle E Clark, (Unknown); Edna M Reed, Clarence S Fuller, Mrs. Dorothy Palmer (2nd Cousin), Agnes C Luther, Bessie G Donlan, Myra D Welch, Lillian R Mac Leod
|933||William never married according to his Obituary||BOSE, William (I8713)