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Abbey, Isabella (???) (>1839 - )
b. AFT. 1839

spouse: Abbey, George Francis (1839 - 1890)
Abbey, Lloyd Dean (1904 - 1992)
b. 13 JUN 1904 in Hornby, NY
d. 12 JUN 1992 in Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., KY
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!OBITUARY: Published in the pages of the "Kentucky Advocate", Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky on 13 JUN 1992. "Memorial Obituary - Entered Into Eternal Rest - Friday, June 12, 1992" "Lloyd D. ABBEY" "STANFORD [Lincoln County, Kentucky] - Lloyd Dean ABBEY, 88, of 5935 McCormack Church Road died Friday at James B. HAGGIN Memorial Hospital in Harrodsburg [Mercer County, Kentucky]." "Born June 13, 1904, in Hornby, New York, he was a son of the late George [RIN 615] and Alma SCHUYLER [RIN 616] ABBEY. A retired sheet metal worker, he was a member of Local Union 274 of Santa Barbara, California, and a member of McCormack Christian Church [in Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky]." "Survivors include his wife, Lucretia Keck ABBEY [RIN 611]; six daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Marion) [RIN 617] CORTRIGHT of Eagle, Idaho, Mrs. Robert (Shirley) [RIN 618] BEMENT of Ventura, [Ventura County], California, Mrs. Warren (Jean) [RIN 78] ANDERSON of Anderson [Shasta County], California, Mrs. Harold (Joan) [RIN 619] GOCHENOUER of LaHabra, California, Mrs. Johann (Linda) [RIN 620] of Saratoga, [Santa Clara County], California, and Mrs. George (Sandra) [RIN 621] MARTIN of Stanford [Lincoln County, Kentucky]; 21 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews." "The funeral will be held at 8 p.m. Monday (14 JUN 1992) at Fox Funeral Home, Stanford [Lincoln County, Kentucky], by Brother Edgar YATES. Cremation will follow." "Visitation will be after 6 p.m. Monday until time for service at the funeral home." "The family suggests memorials to West Lincoln County Emergency Medical Services, P.O. Box 235, Hustonville [Lincoln County], Kentucky. 40437."

OCCUPATION: Sheet metal worker. Was a member of Local Union 274 of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, California.

RELIGION: Member of the McCormack Christian Church, Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

spouse: private
----------child: private
Abbey, Mary Ann (1832 - 1908)
b. 9 JUL 1832 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
d. 29 JAN 1908 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT

father: Abbe, Edmund E.(1795 - 1855)
mother: Gaines, Harriet(1799 - 1850)
KH: was 68 IN 1900 (Source: CT Census Vol. 7, E.D. 128, Sheet 5, Line 43). KH: 3/1/96: AB: living with parents in East Hartford in 1850.
spouse: Forbes, Samuel E. (1829 - 1886)
- m. 5 DEC 1855

Abbie, Marjorie (1908 - 1997)
b. 29 OCT 1908 in Flint, MI
d. 12 JAN 1997 in Manistee, MI

spouse: McCotter, Harold Joe (1903 - 1984)
- m. 17 JUN 1934

Abbott, ??? (<1674 - )
b. BEF. 1674

spouse: Sanford, Anna (1675 - >1721)
Abram, Margaret M. (>1820 - 1893)
b. AFT. 1820 in Parishville, St. Lawrence Co., VT
d. 26 MAY 1893 in Parishville, St. Lawrence Co., VT

spouse: Crouch, Nelson C. (1820 - 1897)
- m. 16 JUN 1852

----------child: Crouch, William N. (1854 - >1910)
----------child: Crouch, Oliva C. (1861 - >1910)
Ackerley, Bella (~1860 - )
b. ABT. 1860

spouse: Beemer, Allen Dayton (~1860 - )
----------child: Beemer, Luree (1882 - >1914)
Adams, Almira (1796 - 1877)
b. 7 APR 1796 in Otis, Berkshire Co., MA
d. 21 OCT 1877 in Suffield, Hartford Co., CT

father: Adams, Ebenezer(~1770 - )
mother: Owen, Lydia(~1770 - )
spouse: Sikes, ??? (~1796 - )
- m. AFT. 1818

spouse: Bement, Edwin (1797 - 1878)
- m. SEP 1828

----------child: Bement, Mary Sheldon (1829 - 1877)
----------child: Bement, David Kendall (1831 - 1833)
----------child: Bement, Hannah Almira (1836 - 1868)
----------child: Bement, Hiram Minor (1837 - 1914)
----------child: Bement, Edwin Cornelius (1838 - ~1862)
----------child: Bement, David Doremus (1839 - >1913)
Adams, Andrew (~1780 - ~1819)
b. ABT. 1780 in Grafton, MA
d. ABT. 1819 in Philadelphia, PA
Andrew Adams married about 1808, removed to Boston and resided in Roxbury, Massachusetts about ten years, the removed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania about 1818. He was in manufacturing. (Source: Elaine Rising, April 1999)
spouse: Leland, Susannah (>1780 - )
- m. ABT. 1808

----------child: Adams, Susan Leland (>1808 - )
Adams, Delia Marie (1852 - )
b. 6 MAY 1852 in Plainfield, Washington Co., VT

spouse: Corey, George D. (1851 - )
----------child: Corey, Edith (>1875 - )
Adams, Dorcus (1768 - 1852)
b. 1768 in Suffield, Hartford Co., CT
d. 20 JAN 1852 in Suffield, Hartford Co., CT

father: Adams, Zadoc(~1745 - )
mother: Bush, Ruth(~1745 - )
The ancestors of Dorcus Adams, traced back to Robert Adams (b. 1602) are available on World Family Tree, CD #3, Pedigree #31.
spouse: Bement, Edmund (1767 - 1838)
- m. 10 APR 1794 in Suffield, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Bement, Edwin (1797 - 1878)
----------child: Bement, Thomas Jefferson (1801 - 1879)
----------child: Bement, Mary Sheldon (1804 - 1871)
----------child: Bement, Harriet (>1805 - )
----------child: Bement, William Henry (>1806 - )
Adams, Ebenezer (~1770 - )
b. ABT. 1770

spouse: Owen, Lydia (~1770 - )
----------child: Adams, Almira (1796 - 1877)
Adams, Edith Marion (1899 - )
b. 11 APR 1899 in North Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA

father: Bement, William Oscar(1847 - >1912)
mother: Gaskill, Ida Louise(1854 - )
Adams, Edna Lucinda (~1885 - )
b. ABT. 1885

spouse: Ferguson, Edwin Clyde (~1885 - )
----------child: private
Adams, Eliphalet (~1670 - )
b. ABT. 1670

spouse: Pygan, Lydia (>1670 - )
Adams, George A. (1803 - 1875)
b. 4 JAN 1803 in Massachusetts
d. 20 OCT 1875

spouse: Loomis, Ruth (1804 - 1864)
- m. 1824

----------child: Adams, Harriet (1835 - >1903)
----------child: Adams, Myron (1841 - 1925)
----------child: Adams, Vinah (1843 - )
Adams, Harriet (1835 - >1903)
b. 20 JUN 1835 in Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY
d. AFT. 1903 in Victor, Monroe Co., NY

father: Adams, George A.(1803 - 1875)
mother: Loomis, Ruth(1804 - 1864)
spouse: Bement, Henry (1831 - 1901)
- m. 27 NOV 1853 in Victor, Monroe Co., NY

----------child: Bement, George Anson (1855 - 1881)
----------child: Bement, Hattie Lenora (1861 - >1912)
Adams, Jane Elizabeth (1813 - 1872)
b. 11 SEP 1813
d. 29 MAR 1872

spouse: Sanford, George Willis (1807 - 1892)
- m. 4 FEB 1830

Adams, Lydia (1747 - 1829)
b. 1747
d. 3 AUG 1829

father: Adams, Thomas(~1725 - )
mother: Hammond, Mary(~1725 - )
spouse: Bement, Dennis (1744 - 1820)
- m. 16 NOV 1769 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Bement, Lydia (1771 - 1854)
----------child: Bement, Dennis (1774 - 1775)
----------child: Bement, Elizabeth (1775 - >1829)
----------child: Bement, Mary (1777 - 1826)
----------child: Bement, Pina (1779 - 1882)
----------child: Bement, Dennis (1782 - 1828)
----------child: Bement, Delight (1784 - )
----------child: Bement, Charlotte (1788 - )
Adams, Lydia (1775 - 1835)
b. 12 MAR 1775
d. 13 APR 1835

spouse: Sanford, Newton (1769 - 1829)
- m. 2 MAY 1793

----------child: Sanford, Chloe (1794 - 1835)
----------child: Sanford, Eunice (1796 - 1841)
----------child: Sanford, Syrena (1799 - 1829)
----------child: Sanford, Phebe (1802 - 1883)
----------child: Sanford, Lydia (1804 - 1868)
----------child: Sanford, Asenath (1806 - 1879)
----------child: Sanford, Lucy (1808 - )
----------child: Sanford, Lucinda (1810 - )
----------child: Sanford, Newton Adams (1814 - 1859)
Adams, Mary (<1780 - )
b. BEF. 1780

spouse: Holmes, Nathaniel (<1780 - )
----------child: Holmes, Betsey Adams (1801 - 1840)
Adams, Myron (1841 - 1925)
b. 4 DEC 1841 in Victor, Canandaigua Co., NY
d. 1 APR 1925 in Penfield, NY

father: Adams, George A.(1803 - 1875)
mother: Loomis, Ruth(1804 - 1864)
Adams, Sally (>1782 - )
b. AFT. 1782

spouse: Chapin, Elihu (1782 - 1814)
- m. AFT. 1802

Adams, Susan Leland (>1808 - )
b. AFT. 1808 in of Roxbury or Boston, MA

father: Adams, Andrew(~1780 - ~1819)
mother: Leland, Susannah(>1780 - )
spouse: Rising, David Bement (1805 - )
- m. ABT. 1827 in Philadelphia, PA

----------child: Rising, Sarah A. (~1828 - ~1828)
----------child: Rising, Susan L. (~1830 - )
----------child: Rising, Sarah A. (~1832 - )
----------child: Rising, Franklin S. (~1834 - )
----------child: Rising, Richard (~1837 - )
----------child: Rising, Laura (~1840 - )
----------child: Rising, Adelaide (~1841 - )
----------child: Rising, Emma (~1843 - ~1844)
----------child: Rising, Alfred (~1844 - )
----------child: Rising, Cornelia (~1846 - )
Adams, Thomas (~1725 - )
b. ABT. 1725

spouse: Hammond, Mary (~1725 - )
----------child: Adams, Lydia (1747 - 1829)
Adams, Vinah (1843 - )
b. 19 NOV 1843

father: Adams, George A.(1803 - 1875)
mother: Loomis, Ruth(1804 - 1864)
spouse: Bement, ??? (~1843 - )
Adams, William Sampson (<1905 - )
b. BEF. 1905

spouse: Chesley, Luella Belle (1905 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Adams, Zadoc (~1745 - )
b. ABT. 1745

spouse: Bush, Ruth (~1745 - )
----------child: Adams, Dorcus (1768 - 1852)
Adela, Princess of England (1062 - 1135)
b. 1062 in Normandy, France
d. 8 MAR 1134/35 in Marsilly, France

father: William, ? I, The Conqueror, King of England(1027 - 1087)
mother: Flanders, Matilda of(1032 - 1083)
spouse: Stephen, Count of Blois (<1076 - )
- m. 1080

----------child: Stephen, King of England (1097 - 1154)
----------child: England, William of (~1100 - )
----------child: Theobald, Count of Blois (~1102 - 1152)
----------child: Henry, Bishop of Winchester (~1106 - 1171)
----------child: Chester, Matilda of (~1108 - 1120)
Adela, Princess of France (1009 - 1079)
b. 1009
d. 1 JAN 1078/79

father: Robert, ? II, King of France(0970 - 1031)
mother: Toulouse, Constance of(*0977 - 1032)
spouse: Baudouin, ? V, The Pious, Count of Flanders (1012 - 1067)
- m. 1028

----------child: Flanders, Matilda of (1032 - 1083)
Adeliza, Princess of England (~1074 - )
b. ABT. 1074

father: William, ? I, The Conqueror, King of England(1027 - 1087)
mother: Flanders, Matilda of(1032 - 1083)
Adilsson, Eystein (>0594 - )
b. AFT. 594 in Sweden

father: Ottarsson, Adils(~0572 - )
mother: Helgasdotter\Helgasson, Yrsa(~0565 - )
spouse:
----------child: Eysteinsson, Ingvar (~0616 - )
Ælfthryth, ? (0945 - 1000)
b. 945
d. 1000

spouse: Edgar, The Peaceful King of England (0943 - 0975)
- m. BEF. 968

----------child: Æthelred, ? II, The Unready (0968 - 1016)
Ælgifu, ? (>0921 - )
b. AFT. 921

spouse: Edmund, ? I, The Elder, King of England (0921 - 0946)
- m. BEF. 941

----------child: Edwy, King of England (0941 - 0959)
----------child: Edgar, The Peaceful King of England (0943 - 0975)
Ælgifu, ? (>0941 - )
b. AFT. 941

spouse: Edwy, King of England (0941 - 0959)
Æthelbald, King of West Saxons (0834 - 0860)
b. 834
d. 860

father: Æthelwulf, King of West Saxons(~0806 - 0857)
mother: Wight, Osburth of(>0806 - ~0853)
Æthelbald was born in 834, and was the second son of his father, Æthelwulf. Æthulwulf married his stepmother, Judith, after the death of his father, but due to his hasty death, she quickly married (3) Baldwin I, Count of Flanders, as his second wife, and they had one son Baldwin II.

Æthulwulf died when he was the age of 26. After having been sole ruler of Wessex for two years. He was buried at Sherborne.

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spouse: Judith, Princess of the West Franks (0844 - >0870)
- m. AFT. 857

Æthelbert, King of West Saxons (0836 - 0866)
b. 836
d. 866

father: Æthelwulf, King of West Saxons(~0806 - 0857)
mother: Wight, Osburth of(>0806 - ~0853)
Æthelbert was born in 836, and was the younger brother of his predecessor Æthelbald. He was not married and had no children.

Æthelbert reigned for six years and succeeded as King of Kent in 853 and King of Wessex in 860. He died in 866, at the age of 30.

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Aetheling, William Duke of Normandy (1103 - 1120)
b. 1103
d. 1120 in drowned in the White Ship

father: Henry, ? I, Beauclerc, King of England(1068 - 1135)
mother: Matilda, Princess of Scotland(1080 - 1118)
William, called the Aetheling \'ath-e-lin,'ath-\ . 1103-1120. Duke (1120). Only legitimate son of Henry I of England; received homage of Norman barons (1115); m. (1119) Matilda, daughter of Fulk V of Anjou; invested with duchy by father (1120); drowned returning to England in the "White Ship."

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spouse: Anjou, Matilda of (>1110 - )
Æthelred, ? I, King of West Saxons (0840 - 0871)
b. 840
d. 871 in Battle of Merton

father: Æthelwulf, King of West Saxons(~0806 - 0857)
mother: Wight, Osburth of(>0806 - ~0853)
Æthelred was born in 840, and was the younger brother of his predecessor, Æthelbert. He had two children Æthelhelm and Æthelwald.

Æthelred was forced to lead his armies over the border into Mercia, to stop the Danish invasions of Mercia, Northumbria, East Anglia, becoming a major threat to the security of Wessex, and to the Crown. His younger brother Alfred, who was only 19, at the time of battle, was his deputy.

By 871, the West Saxons were retreating back into their own lands, and in the Battle of Merton, King Æthelred was slain, and the leadership of the Saxons was given to Alfred.

Æthelred is also known as Saint Ethelred, due to his great piety in all situations. It is said that at a particularly punishing battle, the King would not leave his tent until he had completed saying Mass and that he would not serve man before God.

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Æthelred, ? II, The Unready (0968 - 1016)
b. 968
d. 1016

father: Edgar, The Peaceful King of England(0943 - 0975)
mother: Ælfthryth, ?(0945 - 1000)
Æthelred II, called The Unready (968?-1016), Anglo-Saxon king of England (978-1016), son of King Edgar and half brother of Edward the Martyr. His reign was marked by bitter military struggles. After negotiating a treaty with Richard II, duke of Normandy (reigned about 996-1026), Æthelred married Richard's sister Emma. This marriage provided the basis for the subsequent Norman claim to the English throne. Although Æthelred paid tribute to the plundering Danes, Sweyn I (the Forkbeard), king of Denmark, invaded England in 1013 and proclaimed himself king. In 1014 Æthelred fled to Normandy but returned a few months later upon Sweyn's death. Sweyn's son and successor, Canute II, invaded the country a year later and, following Æthelred's death, became king of England. Æthelred's sobriquet, "The Unready," is a corruption of the Old English unraed, "bad counsel," which is a reference to his misfortunes.

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Following the assassination of his brother, Edward, Æthelred II was propelled upon the English throne at the age of 10 years. The circumstance of his rise to power, as a pawn in the ambitions of others, did not alter throughout his 48 years of life.

The nickname of Unready is though to derive from the Saxon word meaning 'with no reputable policy' which can be taken as both accurate and ironic in that Ethelred is itself said to have meant 'noble policy'.

Æthelred was married twice. His first wife, Elfgifu of Mercia bore him no less than 11 children: Athelstan, Ecgbert, Edmund, Edred, Edwig, Edgar, Wulfhild, Edgyrth, Elfgifu and a further two other daughters whose names are not commonly recorded. His second marriage, to Emma of Normandy, produced three children, Edward, Alfred and Goda.

All through his reign he was shackled by the fact that he could not fully trust the support of his generals, both military and political, at a time when the fearsome Danish invaders were a constant threat to the English. In an act of, what proved to be, futile appeasement Æthelred attempted to stem the Danish ambitions by paying what was known as Danegeld.

In 1009 the King of the Danes, Sweyn decided that as well as keeping the territory, and monies, he had taken from the English he would now pursue the whole country. Four years later, in 1013, Sweyn had overrun the country and Æthelred had fled to Normandy to seek protection from Emma's brother, Robert the Good.

This flight brings into the picture the grandson of Robert the Good, William, later to be known as William the Conqueror.

Sweyn died in 1014 and Æthelred reclaimed the English crown for a further two years before his death at the age of 48 in 1016.

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spouse: Mercia, Elfigfu of (>0968 - )
- m. BEF. 993

----------child: Edmund, ? II, Ironside, King of England (0993 - 1016)
spouse: Normandy, Emma of (>0968 - 1052)
- m. ABT. 1000

----------child: Confessor, Edward the King of England (~1002 - 1066)
Æthelred, Abbot of Dunkeld (>1070 - )
b. AFT. 1070

father: Malcolm, ? III, Canmore, King of Scotland(~1031 - 1093)
mother: Margaret, Queen of Scotland(1043 - 1093)
Æthelwulf, King of West Saxons (~0806 - 0857)
b. ABT. 806 in of Wessex, England
d. 13 JAN 856/57 in England

father: Egbert, King of Wessex(~0775 - 0839)
Æthelwulf was born between 800-810, and was the eldest son of his predecessor, Egbert. He was married twice, with his first wife dying in 846, and his second wife being the daughter of Charles II, King of France. He had five children from his first wife: Æthelstan, Æthelbald, Æthelbert, Æthelred, Ælfred, Æthelswyth.

When he succeeded his father to the throne, Æthelwulf passed the kingdom of Kent to his youngest brother.

Æthelwulf's reign began vigorously, but unfortunately his health soon began to deteriorate, and the King left England to stay in Rome for a year. He took his fifth son Alfred with him, and it was on this journey, that the king decided to marry Judith of France.

On his return in 856, he found his only remaining son in revolt, and between them they decided to share the administration of the kingdom. . Æthelwulf died two years later in 858.

Æthelwulf was under-King of Kent from 825-839, was King of England from 830-856 at which time he abdicated the throne in 856 to his oldest son, Æthelbald, and resumed the title of under-King of Kent from 856 until his death in 858.

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spouse: Wight, Osburth of (>0806 - ~0853)
- m. ABT. 830

----------child: Æthelbald, King of West Saxons (0834 - 0860)
----------child: Æthelbert, King of West Saxons (0836 - 0866)
----------child: Æthelred, ? I, King of West Saxons (0840 - 0871)
----------child: Great, Alfred the King of England (0849 - 0899)
spouse: Judith, Princess of the West Franks (0844 - >0870)
- m. 1 OCT 856 in England

Agatha, Princess of Hungary (~1018 - )
b. ABT. 1018 in Bavaria, Germany

father: Stephen, King of Hungary(>0990 - )
spouse: Atheling, Edward Prince of England (~1016 - 1057)
- m. ABT. 1035

----------child: Atheling, Edgar (<1043 - 1063)
----------child: Margaret, Queen of Scotland (1043 - 1093)
Agnasson, Alrek (~0445 - )
b. ABT. 445 in Sweden

father: Dagsson, Agni(~0424 - )
mother: Frostasson, Skjalf(~0428 - )
spouse: Dagsson, Dagreid (~0449 - )
----------child: Alreksson, Yngvi (~0466 - )
Ahlf, Mary Louise (~1858 - )
b. ABT. 1858 in of Titusville, Crawford Co., PA

spouse: Bement, Marion (~1858 - )
- m. AFT. 1880

----------child: Bement, Lottie (>1882 - )
----------child: Bement, Daisy (>1885 - )
Aicher, Ageline (~1885 - )
b. ABT. 1885

spouse: Paulis, Samuel Burton (1885 - 1981)
- m. 14 MAY 1908

Akeley, Charles Thomas (~1862 - )
b. ABT. 1862

spouse: Pomeroy, Nettie May (1862 - >1913)
- m. 25 OCT 1881

Akers, Anna (>1865 - )
b. AFT. 1865 in of Ludell, Rawlins Co., KS

spouse: Moyer, Hayes (>1864 - )
- m. 10 JAN 1899

Alan, Lord of Galloway (~1170 - ~1223)
b. ABT. 1170 in Runnemeade, Scotland
d. ABT. 1223 in Dundredan, Scotland

father: Roland, Lord of Galloway(~1135 - 1200)
mother: de Morville, Helena(~1153 - )
spouse: de L'Isle, Helen (~1174 - )
----------child: de Galloway, Helen (~1196 - >1245)
Albert, Bessie (1876 - >1912)
b. 2 SEP 1876 in Newark, Essex Co., NJ
d. AFT. 1912

father: Albert, Henry Christopher(~1850 - )
mother: Taylor, Caroline(~1850 - )
spouse: Bement, Frederick (1872 - >1912)
- m. 27 JUN 1900 in East Orange, Essex Co., NJ

----------child: Bement, Frederick Albert (1904 - 1983)
----------child: Bement, Edwin Taylor (1906 - 1907)
----------child: private
Albert, Henry Christopher (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Taylor, Caroline (~1850 - )
----------child: Albert, Bessie (1876 - >1912)
Albert, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1819 - 1861)
b. 26 AUG 1819
d. 14 DEC 1861

spouse: Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom (1819 - 1901)
- m. 10 FEB 1840

----------child: Victoria, Princess Royal (1840 - 1901)
----------child: Edward, ? VII, King of Great Britain (1841 - 1910)
Albright, Amos (<1810 - )
b. BEF. 1810

spouse: Wheeler, Olive (~1810 - )
----------child: Albright, Egbert Fowler (<1833 - )
Albright, Egbert Fowler (<1833 - )
b. BEF. 1833

father: Albright, Amos(<1810 - )
mother: Wheeler, Olive(~1810 - )
spouse: Barnes, Sarah Cornelia (1833 - 1882)
- m. 7 SEP 1853 in Brighton, Livingston Co., MI

----------child: Albright, Lillian Frances (1857 - 1911)
----------child: Albright, Mary Olive (1859 - 1947)
----------child: Albright, Kate Cornelia (1863 - 1948)
----------child: Albright, Leila Ruth (~1878 - 1932)
Albright, Joseph (~1829 - )
b. ABT. 1829

spouse: Bement, Thankful (1829 - 1909)
Albright, Kate Cornelia (1863 - 1948)
b. 1 OCT 1863 in probably at Brighton, Livingston Co., MI
d. 4 AUG 1948 in probably in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI

father: Albright, Egbert Fowler(<1833 - )
mother: Barnes, Sarah Cornelia(1833 - 1882)
spouse: Lawson, George E. (~1863 - )
- m. ABT. 1886

Albright, Leila Ruth (~1878 - 1932)
b. ABT. 1878 in probably at Brighton, Livingston Co., MI
d. 16 JUL 1932 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA

father: Albright, Egbert Fowler(<1833 - )
mother: Barnes, Sarah Cornelia(1833 - 1882)
Albright, Lillian Frances (1857 - 1911)
b. 1 FEB 1857 in Brighton, Livingston Co., MI
d. 1911 in probably in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI

father: Albright, Egbert Fowler(<1833 - )
mother: Barnes, Sarah Cornelia(1833 - 1882)
spouse: Field, Morris B. (<1857 - )
- m. 20 AUG 1875 in Brighton, Livingston Co., MI

Albright, Mary Olive (1859 - 1947)
b. 30 NOV 1859 in Brighton, Livingston Co., MI
d. 30 DEC 1947 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI

father: Albright, Egbert Fowler(<1833 - )
mother: Barnes, Sarah Cornelia(1833 - 1882)
spouse: York, Francis Lodowick (<1859 - )
- m. 6 SEP 1885 in Brighton, Livingston Co., MI

----------child: York, Kate Ethel (1885 - 1956)
----------child: York, Satia Frances (1891 - 1991)
----------child: York, John Francis (1895 - 1895)
----------child: York, Leila Dorothea (1898 - 1983)
Albro, Lydia (~1790 - )
b. ABT. 1790

spouse: Roberts, Chauncey (~1790 - )
----------child: Roberts, Maria Louise (1815 - 1899)
Alchin, Will (<1888 - )
b. BEF. 1888

spouse: Bement, Nancy (1888 - 1974)
- m. ABT. 1910

----------child: private
Alcock, William (>1875 - )
b. AFT. 1875

spouse: Cunningham, Vera (>1875 - )
Alden, Amos (~1750 - )
b. ABT. 1750 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

spouse: ???, Hannah (~1750 - )
----------child: Alden, Seth (1779 - 1832)
Alden, Aupha Hamilton (1813 - )
b. 21 JUN 1813

father: Alden, Seth(1779 - 1832)
mother: Bement, Pina(1779 - 1882)
spouse: Killam, Charles (~1813 - )
- m. 10 NOV 1836

Alden, Diantha Maria (1811 - )
b. 31 JUL 1811

father: Alden, Seth(1779 - 1832)
mother: Bement, Pina(1779 - 1882)
spouse: Dunham, Simeon H. (~1811 - )
- m. 25 DEC 1835 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

Alden, Edmund Bement (1807 - )
b. 3 MAY 1807

father: Alden, Seth(1779 - 1832)
mother: Bement, Pina(1779 - 1882)
spouse: Meacham, Flavia B. (1818 - 1847)
- m. ABT. 1837

spouse: Denison, Augustine (~1816 - )
- m. 26 FEB 1848

Alden, Elizabeth (1623 - 1717)
b. 1623 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA
d. 31 MAY 1717 in Little Compton, RI

father: Alden, John(1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla(1602 - 1685)
spouse: Peabody, William (1620 - 1707)
- m. 26 DEC 1644 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA

----------child: Peabody, Lydia (1667 - 1748)
Alden, Fear (1755 - 1836)
b. 5 JUL 1755 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA
d. 6 NOV 1836 in Salem, Alexandria Co., OH

spouse: Beaumont, Isiah (1757 - 1837)
- m. 1780 in New London, CT

----------child: Beaumont, Clarison (~1780 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Fear (1781 - 1862)
----------child: Beaumont, Rebecca (1783 - 1792)
----------child: Beaumont, Lydia (1785 - 1856)
----------child: Beaumont, Lovice (1787 - 1789)
----------child: Beaumont, Andrew Isaiah (1790 - 1853)
----------child: Beaumont, Rebecca (2) (1794 - 1818)
----------child: Beaumont, Isiah Jr. (1795 - 1864)
----------child: Beaumont, Lovice (2) (1797 - >1820)
Alden, Hannah Bush (1809 - )
b. 26 JUN 1809

father: Alden, Seth(1779 - 1832)
mother: Bement, Pina(1779 - 1882)
spouse: Grover, Lester H. (<1809 - )
- m. 16 OCT 1832 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

Alden, John (1599 - 1687)
b. 1599 in Southampton, England
d. 12 SEP 1687 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA
The year after the House of Burgesses (Jamestown, Virginia) met for the first time, the Pilgrims of the Mayflower founded the second permanent English settlement in America. Their arrival in 1620 has always been presented as another of history's lucky accidents. But was it?

Had captain Christopher Jones of the Mayflower, turned the ship when he was supposed to, the little band would have gone to its intended destination, the mouth of the Hudson, future site of New York, and a settlement within the bounds of the Virginia Company's charter and authority. Instead, the ship kept a westerly route - the result of a bribe to Jones and his men - and in November 1620, the band of pioneers found safe harbor in Cape Cod Bay, coming ashore at the site of present day Provincetown. Of the 102 men, women, and children aboard the small ship, fifty were so-called pilgrims.

The pilgrims were separatists who felt that the Church of England was not far enough away from the Roman Catholic Church. They wanted to "purify" the church (and were thus called Puritans); obviously not a popular notion in Queen Elizabeth I's time.

Among the crew of the Mayflower, (and staunch Church of England members) where Christopher Jones, Ships Captain; Miles Standish, an army captain; and John Alden, the ships cooper, or barrel maker. These men were involved in the so-called bribe to move the puritan pilgrims from the Virginia Company lands. Payment to these men for signing on for the voyage was the promise of land ownership in the New World.

The non-Pilgrims or "strangers", as they have become known, announced that they would be free from any commands. The Pilgrim leaders and Captain Jones composed a short statement of self-government and required all men on board to sign it. This agreement, the MAYFLOWER COMPACT, is considered the first written constitution in North America.

John Alden settled in Plymouth, called Patuxet by the Indians, when the Pilgrims arrived there in 1620. He married Pricilla Mullens there in 1622. He was widowed in 1685 and did not remarry.

John Alden was from Harwich, Essex, England. A member of the Church of England, he converted to the Pilgrim faith after arriving in the New World. He became one of the colony leaders. He served as an assistant governor most of the time from about 1631 until he died. He also served as treasurer from 1656 until 1658. In 1634 he was held on a charge of murder because he had favored defending a Plymouth outpost against attack, which resulted in the death of two men. He was acquitted of the charges. A stern, unyielding man, he led the persecution of Quakers and Baptists. About 1632 he moved his family to Duxbury, Massachusetts. His homestead has been preserved.

His offspring include Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Cullen Bryant, and John Adams, and John Quincy Adams. ____________

JOHN ALDEN AND PRISCILLA MULLINS

John Alden and Priscilla Mullins (var: Mullens, Molines), were immigrant passengers on the ship "Mayflower", landing in New England in 1620. John is recorded as " a hopeful young man", and had been hired on at Southampton, England. He was not a member of the Pilgrim group that had left Holland for the voyage to America, but was hired on just before departure to make barrels and perform other duties. He was "left to his owne liking to go or stay when he came here; but he stayed, and maryed here" : from chronicles of William Bradford.

John Alden became successful as a cooper and farmer and in business, enough so to become one of eight bondsmen in Plymouth who assumed responsibility for the Colonial debt. Later, he moved to Duxbury and took over a farm near his friend Miles Standish. For many years John was assistant to the governor of Plymouth Colony. He died on September 12, 1687, in Duxbury, and was buried near Standish.

Priscilla was the daughter of William Mullins and his wife, and had one brother, Joseph. Father, mother, and Joseph all died in the first winter. Their servant, Robert Carter, also died the first winter. The spelling of their surname varies from entry to entry, although MULLINS is the most common. Variations include Mullens, Molien, Moline, Molines, and Molens. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow made John Alden and Priscilla Mullins famous in his poem "The Courtship of Miles Standish". It tells how Alden courted Priscilla Mullins (or Molines) for Standish until she asked, "Why don't you speak for yourself, John?". Originally to be titled "Priscilla", midway through he changed the title to that which the poem now bears. The incident of Priscilla's reply, on which the story turns, was a tradition. John Alden was a maternal ancestor of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: his mother's maiden name was Zilpah Wadsworth and descended from Elizabeth Alden, daughter of John and Priscilla. Elizabeth was an older sister of Joseph Alden, from whom the VanGelder line descends.

THE SHIP 'MAYFLOWER'

The Mayflower was a small, typical, merchant vessel which made a storm-tossed voyage across the wintry Atlantic Ocean in the year 1620. The 66 day trip carried the ship into an honored place in American history. Crowded on board were the men, women, and children who founded Plymouth, the first permanent colony in North America founded by families. These people, now called Pilgrims, were the first colonists who came to gain religious liberty. They were also the first to draw up a written agreement providing for "such a government and governors as we should by commonn consent agree to make and choose". This historic document was made and signed while still on board ship, and is known as the MAYFLOWER COMPACT.

The ship set sail from Plymouth, England on September 16th, 1630 with Captain Christopher Jones in command. No authentic plans or dimensions of the Mayflower are known to exist. Naval architects, however, have made models based on designs of other merchant vessels of the day. The ship was a three-masted vessel of about 180 tons: in this day, it meant she could load 180 "tuns", or double hogsheads, of wine in her hold. She had been in the wine trade with France for at least twelve years before this charter, and was at least twenty years old when she sailed for America. Leakage from the wine casks over a space of years neutralized the garbage and other filth that sailors threw into the hold, and may explain why the Pilgrims lost only one of their members to sickness. She was a fast ship, relatively, since the return voyage to England took only thirty-one days; that would be a good run by a sailing vessel of her size even today.

Her overall length is estimated to have been 90 feet; beam (width) was about 26 feet (8 meters). The stern rose 27 feet above the waterline when fully loaded. The depth of her hold from the topdeck to the inside of the keel was 17 feet, and she drew, loaded, about two fathom (12 feet) of water. Two decks ran the length of the ship. Below the main deck was the gun deck, with about five feet head room. The forecastle rose from the main deck in the bow. It contained quarters for the crew of 30, and also the galley where the crew's food was prepared. At the stern the poop house and the poop deck sat above the half-deck. Here there were two fair-size cabins normally used as quarters for the ship's officers. Underneath was the 'steerage', where a sailor steered by a whipstaff attached to the tiller: Steering wheels and gear were not invented until the eighteenth century. The helmsman could not see where he was going, so had to be directed or "conned", as we still say, by the officer of the deck through an open hatch in the poop deck. The ship had three masts, and in all about seventy-five different lines in the running rigging. Every ship of that time was armed, and the Mayflower probably carried several long guns called "minions", which fired a four-pound cannonball, and some lighter pieces called "slakers". Some of the minions were later mounted on the fort at Plymouth. No live cattle or livestock were taken, but some passengers brought pets. They used a spaniel and a mastiff to hunt deer the first winter ashore.

The ship's master was Christopher Jones of Rotherhithe on the Thames. He had commanded the Mayflower for twelve years and owned a quarter-share of the ship. He has been depicted in several movies as a ruffian and untrustworthy, but that is historically nonsense: the Pilgrims spoke highly of him, and he stood by them well through their first winter. In fact, they named the Jones River after him. Two masters mates had been to America before. John Clarke had been kidnapped by a Spanish caravel at the Chesapeake in 1611, and kept in a Spanish prison for four years. Robert Coppin had also been to New England. Besides these, there were a boatswain, a surgeon, a gunner, and a cook. There were about twenty seamen, the usual rough sailors of the time, religious in a way but disliking the frequent prayers and psalm-singing of the passengers. One 'very profane' seaman who was always cursing the seasick passengers, and threatening to throw them overboard, became ill himself and died at sea.

Historians have wondered how more than 100 passengers found sleeping space. Some have guessed that if the officers gave up most of their space, perhaps 54 parents and children could sleep in tiers of double bunks there. Single men and boys could bed down on hammocks between decks. Nobody had privacy. There were no sanitary facilities. Fresh water was too scarce for washing, and the stench in the quarters must have been offensive.

They finally reached North America, although considerably north of Virginia where their patent called for settlement. Thus they were outside the jurisdiction of the London company. For this reason, they drew up the Compact. First mooring was made at Cape Cod on November 11, 1620, then mooring was made in Provincetown Harbor on November 21, 1620. Then the ship moved to a mooring offshore from Plymouth, the final choice for the colony to build. This was on December 11th. Because of the weather building did not commence until December 25th, and several months went by before the settlers could all permanently leave the ship. In the meantime many of the deaths occurred, mostly from sickness. One infant was born as the ship lay anchored at Cape Cod.

According to the history of the Plymouth Colony written by Mr. William Bradford, the second Governor of the Colony, of the Mayflower company he says: "These being about a hundred souls, came over in that ship....of the one hundred persons who came over together, the greatest half died in the general mortality, and most of them in two or three months time". Omitting the two hired sailors who returned after a year, and counting the one person that died and the child born during the passage, we have the exact number - one hundred - of the Pilgrim company, and fifty-one died the first season; this makes good the above words of Mr. Bradford, that " the greater half died in the general mortality".

Source: "The Original Lists of Persons of Quality", 1600 to 1700, from manuscripts preserved in State Paper Dept. of the Public Record Office, England, Edited by John Camden Hotten, Published by Chatto + Windus, London, 1874. Source: Compton's Family Encyclopedia Source: LDS Ancestral Files. Source: County, State records: CT, MA, NY. Source: Governor William Bradford "Of Plimouth Plantation": after 1630 but not printed in full until 1856.

spouse: Mullins, Priscilla (1602 - 1685)
- m. 12 MAY 1622 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA

----------child: Alden, Elizabeth (1623 - 1717)
----------child: Alden, Sarah (>1627 - 1674)
Alden, John (~1780 - )
b. ABT. 1780

spouse: Gray, Nancy (~1780 - )
----------child: Alden, Minerva (1802 - 1829)
Alden, Louisa (1816 - )
b. 8 JUN 1816 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

father: Alden, Seth(1779 - 1832)
mother: Bement, Pina(1779 - 1882)
spouse: Ellis, Sylvester (~1816 - )
- m. 27 APR 1842 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Ellis, William Henry (1843 - )
----------child: Ellis, Marion Roselle (1848 - )
Alden, Minerva (1802 - 1829)
b. 1 JUN 1802
d. 11 JUN 1829

father: Alden, John(~1780 - )
mother: Gray, Nancy(~1780 - )
spouse: Bement, Anson (1795 - 1875)
- m. 11 APR 1819 in Ashfield, Franklin Co., MA (Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Ut, Film # 0902896)

----------child: Bement, Lucy Maria (1820 - 1886)
----------child: Bement, Phineas (1822 - 1825)
----------child: Bement, Betsy Sophia (1824 - 1825)
----------child: Bement, Betsy Sophia (1826 - 1828)
Alden, Sarah (>1627 - 1674)
b. AFT. 22 MAY 1627 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA
d. 12 AUG 1674

father: Alden, John(1599 - 1687)
mother: Mullins, Priscilla(1602 - 1685)
spouse: Standish, Alexander (1625 - 1702)
- m. 1648

Alden, Seth (1779 - 1832)
b. 26 DEC 1779 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT
d. 17 MAY 1832

father: Alden, Amos(~1750 - )
mother: ???, Hannah(~1750 - )
Seth Alden was a descendant of the Honorable John Alden (1599-1687), one of the Pilgrims on the Mayflower which landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620; a signer of the Mayflower Compact; and a founder of Duxbury, Massachusetts. He was born 26 Dec 1779 at Enfield, Hartford Co., Connecticut, and died 17 May 1832. (Source: Bement Chronicles in America, 1928, p. 146)
spouse: Bement, Pina (1779 - 1882)
- m. 2 JAN 1804 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Alden, Seth (1805 - )
----------child: Alden, Edmund Bement (1807 - )
----------child: Alden, Hannah Bush (1809 - )
----------child: Alden, Diantha Maria (1811 - )
----------child: Alden, Aupha Hamilton (1813 - )
----------child: Alden, Louisa (1816 - )
Alden, Seth (1805 - )
b. 20 AUG 1805

father: Alden, Seth(1779 - 1832)
mother: Bement, Pina(1779 - 1882)
Aldrich, Harry A. (~1884 - )
b. ABT. 1884

spouse: Diamond, Minnie Emma (1884 - >1912)
- m. 1 SEP 1909

----------child: private
Aldrich, Seymour (1810 - 1888)
b. 10 AUG 1810
d. 20 JAN 1888 in Shortsville, Ontario Co., NY

spouse: Dewey, Mary (1814 - 1894)
- m. 6 SEP 1832

Aldridge, Oliver Louis (1912 - 1978)
b. 3 MAR 1912 in Kalamazoo, MI
d. 22 MAR 1978 in Jackson, MI

spouse: McCotter, Edith Faroline (1913 - 1985)
- m. 27 FEB 1933 in Ann Arbor, MI

Alexander, ? II, King of Scotland (1198 - 1249)
b. 24 AUG 1198 in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland
d. 6 JUL 1249 in Isle of Kerrara, Bay of Oban, Scotland

father: William, ? I, the Lion, King of Scotland(1143 - 1214)
mother: Beaumont, Ermengardge of(>1160 - )
Alexander II (of Scotland) (1198-1249), king of Scotland (1214-49), the son of William the Lion. He supported the English barons in their rebellion against King John, helping them to secure the Magna Carta (1215), but in 1217 he recognized John's successor, Henry III, as his overlord, and in 1221 he married Henry's sister, Joan. After Joan's death in 1238, he took a second wife, Mary of Coucy, who bore him a son in 1241. By the Peace of York (1237), Alexander and Henry established the permanent boundary between England and Scotland. At home, Alexander imposed his rule over outlying parts of Scotland and strengthened the power of the monarchy.

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spouse: Joan, Princess of England (1210 - 1239)
- m. 19 JUN 1221

spouse: de Coucy, Mary (>1198 - )
- m. AFT. 1238

----------child: Alexander, ? III, King of Scotland (1241 - 1286)
Alexander, ? III, King of Scotland (1241 - 1286)
b. 1241
d. 1286

father: Alexander, ? II, King of Scotland(1198 - 1249)
mother: de Coucy, Mary(>1198 - )
Alexander III (of Scotland) (1241-86), king of Scotland (1249-86), son of Alexander II and his second wife, Mary of Coucy. In 1251 Alexander married Margaret, the daughter of King Henry III of England, and the English repeatedly attempted to interfere in Scottish affairs during his minority. He successfully resisted an invasion by King Håkon IV of Norway at the battle of Largs (1263), and in 1266 he forced Håkon's successor, Magnus VI, to surrender the Isle of Man and the Hebrides Islands to Scotland. Alexander was succeeded by his granddaughter Margaret, the Maid of Norway.
spouse: Margaret, Princess of England (1240 - 1275)
- m. 1251

----------child: Margaret, Princess of Scotland (>1268 - 1283)
Alexander, Martha (1799 - 1873)
b. 11 SEP 1799 in Scotland
d. 11 DEC 1873

spouse: Bennett, John (<1799 - )
----------child: Bennett, Joseph Painter (1832 - 1914)
----------child: Bennett, Alex (~1834 - )
----------child: Bennett, James (~1834 - )
----------child: Bennett, Lettice (~1838 - >1873)
Alfgar, Earl of Mercia (~1002 - 1059)
b. ABT. 1002 in Mercia, England
d. 1059 in Coventry, Warwick, England

spouse: Elfgifu, Princess of England (~0997 - )
----------child: Mercia, Lucia of (~1020 - )
Alfonso, ? VIII, King of Castile (1155 - 1214)
b. 11 NOV 1155 in Soria
d. 6 OCT 1214 in Gutierre Munoz

spouse: Plantagenet, Eleanor (1162 - 1214)
- m. ABT. 1177

Alford, Peletiah (1739 - )
b. 14 APR 1739 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT

spouse: Bacon, Anna (1749 - )
- m. 22 SEP 1768 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT

Allen, ??? (<1904 - <1946)
b. BEF. 1904
d. BEF. 1946

spouse: Barnhart, Helen (1904 - 1977)
- m. ABT. 1922

Allen, Alfred (1818 - 1886)
b. 3 JUN 1818
d. 6 NOV 1886

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
spouse: Whitney, Evaline S. (1844 - 1887)
- m. 12 SEP 1861

----------child: Allen, May Edith (1865 - 1938)
----------child: Allen, Gloria Edith (1866 - )
----------child: Allen, Lora Ethel (1871 - )
Allen, Areilia (1815 - 1817)
b. 30 OCT 1815
d. 20 AUG 1817

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, Areilia A. (1821 - 1901)
b. 16 OCT 1821
d. 30 MAR 1901

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, Asa (1825 - )
b. 4 OCT 1825 in Pavillion, Genesee Co., NY

spouse: Sanford, Ellen (1829 - 1877)
- m. ABT. 1850

----------child: Allen, Fred (1851 - )
----------child: Allen, Frank Eugene (1852 - )
----------child: Allen, Emma Jennie (1856 - )
----------child: Allen, Kate Alida (1858 - )
----------child: Allen, Harley Fred (1862 - )
Allen, Brian Fay (1920 - 1991)
b. 8 JAN 1920 in Buncombe, NC
d. 17 MAR 1991 in Bellaire, MI

spouse: private
- m. 5 JUN 1945

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Allen, Charles L. (1838 - )
b. 1838

father: Allen, Issac Jr.(1794 - 1884)
mother: Terry, Mary(1798 - 1876)
spouse: Gamber, Susan (1847 - )
- m. 1865

----------child: Allen, Elsie (>1865 - )
Allen, Charles Levi (1874 - )
b. 1 OCT 1874

father: Allen, Levi Bement(1849 - )
mother: Moody, Elsie A.(~1840 - )
Allen, Chester Moody (1878 - )
b. 21 DEC 1878

father: Allen, Levi Bement(1849 - )
mother: Moody, Elsie A.(~1840 - )
Allen, Clara Asenath (1876 - )
b. 21 NOV 1876

father: Allen, Levi Bement(1849 - )
mother: Moody, Elsie A.(~1840 - )
Allen, Clara Bement (1842 - 1848)
b. 10 MAR 1842
d. 16 MAY 1848

father: Allen, Levi Wright(1817 - 1872)
mother: Bement, Salome Holkins(1814 - 1849)
Allen, Cora J. (1863 - 1917)
b. 5 JAN 1863
d. 1917 in probably at Galesburg, Kalamazoo Co., MI

father: Allen, John M.(~1840 - )
spouse: Bement, William H. (1859 - 1919)
- m. 27 NOV 1902

Allen, Earl B. (1811 - )
b. 6 MAY 1811

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, Edward Goodrich (1844 - 1848)
b. 22 AUG 1844
d. 7 FEB 1848

father: Allen, Levi Wright(1817 - 1872)
mother: Bement, Salome Holkins(1814 - 1849)
Allen, Elizabeth (1798 - 1849)
b. 16 FEB 1798 in Enfield, CT
d. 1 APR 1849 in Enfield, CT

spouse: Abbe, Henry Augustus (1799 - 1893)
- m. 28 NOV 1820 in Enfield, CT

----------child: Abbe, Henry Augustus (1822 - 1897)
Allen, Elsie (>1865 - )
b. AFT. 1865 in Fayette, OH/Fayette, Fulton Co., OH

father: Allen, Charles L.(1838 - )
mother: Gamber, Susan(1847 - )
spouse: Campbell, Clair Schofield (~1865 - )
Allen, Elvira (1804 - )
b. 5 MAY 1804

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, Emeline R. (1835 - 1905)
b. 27 AUG 1835 in Meriden, New Haven Co., CT
d. 4 AUG 1905 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT

father: Allen, Reuben(~1810 - )
mother: Bennett, Mary L.(~1810 - )
spouse: Beaumont, David B. (1831 - 1883)
----------child: Beaumont, William (1856 - 1872)
----------child: Beaumont, Janette L. (1859 - )
----------child: Beaumont, John E. (1862 - 1863)
----------child: Beaumont, Hattie (1869 - 1869)
----------child: Beaumont, Harry W. (1871 - 1893)
Allen, Emma Jennie (1856 - )
b. 1 APR 1856 in Geneseo, Livingston Co., NY

father: Allen, Asa(1825 - )
mother: Sanford, Ellen(1829 - 1877)
spouse: Heath, Edwin Theadore (1845 - )
Allen, Evelyn Maynard (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Dalley, Henry (~1850 - )
----------child: Dalley, Evelyn Maynard (1875 - >1913)
Allen, Frank Eugene (1852 - )
b. 18 SEP 1852 in Seneca, Lenawee Co., MI

father: Allen, Asa(1825 - )
mother: Sanford, Ellen(1829 - 1877)
spouse: Graves, Susan Margaret (>1852 - )
spouse: DuMond, Rachel (>1854 - )
Allen, Fred (1851 - )
b. 1851

father: Allen, Asa(1825 - )
mother: Sanford, Ellen(1829 - 1877)
Allen, George (>1875 - )
b. AFT. 1875

spouse:
----------child: Allen, Jesse (1904 - )
Allen, Georgia May (~1883 - >1913)
b. ABT. 1883
d. AFT. 1913

father: Allen, James(~1860 - )
mother: ???, Martha Allen(~1860 - )
spouse: Post, Leo Leland (1883 - 1971)
Allen, Gloria Edith (1866 - )
b. 24 AUG 1866 in Walton, MI

father: Allen, Alfred(1818 - 1886)
mother: Whitney, Evaline S.(1844 - 1887)
Mae Allen information was obtained from DAR records, ID#103820, Volume 104, p. 309.
spouse: Williams, H. L. (~1861 - )
Allen, Harley Fred (1862 - )
b. 26 OCT 1862 in Lenox Township, Macomb Co., MI

father: Allen, Asa(1825 - )
mother: Sanford, Ellen(1829 - 1877)
Allen, Harvey (1794 - 1865)
b. 16 MAR 1794 in East Windsor, Hartford Co., CT
d. 4 SEP 1865 in East Windsor, Hartford Co., CT

spouse: Parsons, Mary (1795 - 1885)
- m. 20 MAR 1815

----------child: Allen, Mary Maria (1816 - 1891)
----------child: Allen, James Harvey (1818 - )
Allen, Huldah (~1765 - )
b. ABT. 1765

spouse: Holkins, Joel (~1765 - )
----------child: Holkins, Huldah (1789 - 1866)
Allen, Issac (1768 - 1797)
b. 1768
d. 1797

spouse: Abbe, Huldah (1768 - )
- m. 1791

----------child: Allen, Issac Jr. (1794 - 1884)
Allen, Issac Jr. (1794 - 1884)
b. 1794
d. 1884

father: Allen, Issac(1768 - 1797)
mother: Abbe, Huldah(1768 - )
spouse: Terry, Mary (1798 - 1876)
- m. 1817

----------child: Allen, Charles L. (1838 - )
Allen, James (~1860 - )
b. ABT. 1860

spouse: ???, Martha Allen (~1860 - )
----------child: Allen, Georgia May (~1883 - >1913)
Allen, James Harvey (1818 - )
b. 15 MAR 1818

father: Allen, Harvey(1794 - 1865)
mother: Parsons, Mary(1795 - 1885)
spouse: Phelps, Margaret Ann (~1818 - )
Allen, Jesse (1904 - )
b. 25 MAR 1904 in Ingham County, MI

father: Allen, George(>1875 - )
spouse: private
- m. 1 JUN 1932

Allen, John (1670 - 1739)
b. 30 SEP 1670 in North Hampton, Hampshire Co., MA
d. 3 NOV 1739 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

father: Allen, John Samuel(1650 - 1675)
mother: Hannam, Mary(~1650 - 1714)
spouse: Booth, Bridget (~1670 - 1714)
- m. 2 MAY 1694

----------child: Allen, Patience (1709 - )
Allen, John M. (~1840 - )
b. ABT. 1840

spouse:
----------child: Allen, Cora J. (1863 - 1917)
Allen, John Samuel (1650 - 1675)
b. 5 APR 1650 in Windsor, Hartfort Co., CT
d. 18 SEP 1675 in Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA

spouse: Hannam, Mary (~1650 - 1714)
----------child: Allen, John (1670 - 1739)
Allen, Kate Alida (1858 - )
b. 10 MAR 1858 in Lenox Township, Macomb Co., MI

father: Allen, Asa(1825 - )
mother: Sanford, Ellen(1829 - 1877)
spouse: Sherwood, Thomas Franklin (1858 - )
Allen, Levi Bement (1849 - )
b. 22 JUN 1849

father: Allen, Levi Wright(1817 - 1872)
mother: Bement, Salome Holkins(1814 - 1849)
spouse: Moody, Elsie A. (~1840 - )
- m. 8 JAN 1873

----------child: Allen, Charles Levi (1874 - )
----------child: Allen, Clara Asenath (1876 - )
----------child: Allen, Chester Moody (1878 - )
Allen, Levi Wright (1817 - 1872)
b. 12 OCT 1817 in South Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA
d. 22 NOV 1872 in South Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA

father: Allen, Peter(~1790 - )
spouse: Bement, Salome Holkins (1814 - 1849)
- m. 3 SEP 1839 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Allen, Maria Lathrop (>1839 - 1841)
----------child: Allen, Clara Bement (1842 - 1848)
----------child: Allen, Edward Goodrich (1844 - 1848)
----------child: Allen, Levi Bement (1849 - )
spouse: Child, Julia C. (~1817 - )
- m. AFT. 1850

Allen, Lewis (1814 - 1884)
b. 2 MAY 1814
d. 18 OCT 1884

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, Lora Ethel (1871 - )
b. 12 JAN 1871

father: Allen, Alfred(1818 - 1886)
mother: Whitney, Evaline S.(1844 - 1887)
spouse: McConnell, Charles W. (<1871 - )
- m. 25 DEC 1894

----------child: McConnell, George Stewart (>1895 - )
----------child: McConnell, Stewart Coulten (>1898 - )
----------child: McConnell, Lora Ethel (>1900 - )
Allen, Louisa (1784 - 1826)
b. 1784
d. 20 JAN 1826 in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT

father: Allen, Othniel(~1760 - )
mother: ???, Phebe Allen(~1760 - )
spouse: Beaumont, Ambrose (<1777 - 1857)
- m. 1804

----------child: Beaumont, Leonard (>1804 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Sarah (~1806 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Maria (~1810 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Julia (1816 - 1841)
----------child: Beaumont, Delia (~1818 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Louisa (~1820 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Jane Eliza (~1822 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Harriet (~1824 - )
Allen, Luman Simon (>1811 - )
b. AFT. 1811

spouse: Kibbe, Ethelinda Lidora (1811 - )
- m. 1834

Allen, Maria Lathrop (>1839 - 1841)
b. AFT. 1839
d. 10 FEB 1841

father: Allen, Levi Wright(1817 - 1872)
mother: Bement, Salome Holkins(1814 - 1849)
Allen, Mary Maria (1816 - 1891)
b. 3 MAR 1816 in East Windsor, Hartford Co., CT
d. 7 APR 1891

father: Allen, Harvey(1794 - 1865)
mother: Parsons, Mary(1795 - 1885)
spouse: Kibbe, Ara Butler (1813 - 1875)
----------child: Kibbe, James Allen (1837 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Eugene Harvey (1838 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Mary M. (1840 - 1869)
----------child: Kibbe, Victoria Y. (1854 - )
Allen, Matilda (1802 - )
b. 4 MAY 1802

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, May Edith (1865 - 1938)
b. 18 APR 1865 in Walton, MI
d. 16 DEC 1938

father: Allen, Alfred(1818 - 1886)
mother: Whitney, Evaline S.(1844 - 1887)
spouse: Williams, Howard Langdon (1864 - 1947)
- m. 10 OCT 1893

----------child: Williams, Allen Henry (1894 - 1953)
Allen, Othniel (~1760 - )
b. ABT. 1760

spouse: ???, Phebe Allen (~1760 - )
----------child: Allen, Louisa (1784 - 1826)
Allen, Patience (1709 - )
b. 22 MAY 1709 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT
d. in Suffield, Hartford Co., CT

father: Allen, John(1670 - 1739)
mother: Booth, Bridget(~1670 - 1714)
spouse: Bement, Jonathan (1705 - 1747)
- m. 30 SEP 1731 in Enfield, Hartford Co., CT

----------child: Bement, Jonathan (1732 - 1807)
----------child: Bement, David (1734 - 1806)
----------child: Bement, Dorcas (1737 - 1779)
----------child: Bement, Edmund (1739 - 1808)
----------child: Bement, Patience (1741 - ~1781)
----------child: Bement, Vashti (1743 - )
spouse: Pease, Abraham (~1702 - )
- m. AFT. 1747

Allen, Peter (~1790 - )
b. ABT. 1790

spouse:
----------child: Allen, Levi Wright (1817 - 1872)
Allen, Reuben (~1810 - )
b. ABT. 1810 in of Meriden, New Haven Co., CT

spouse: Bennett, Mary L. (~1810 - )
----------child: Allen, Emeline R. (1835 - 1905)
Allen, Rodney B. (1808 - 1874)
b. 10 SEP 1808
d. 4 NOV 1874

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allen, S.C. (>1860 - )
b. AFT. 1860 in of New York

spouse: Moyer, D. Grace (>1866 - )
- m. 9 FEB 1899

----------child: Allen, Walter (>1900 - )
Allen, Walter (>1900 - )
b. AFT. 1900

father: Allen, S.C.(>1860 - )
mother: Moyer, D. Grace(>1866 - )
Allen, Warham (~1780 - ~1825)
b. ABT. 1780 in of Agawam, Hampden Co., MA
d. ABT. 1825

spouse: Bement, Charlotte (1782 - 1869)
- m. 24 DEC 1801

----------child: Allen, Matilda (1802 - )
----------child: Allen, Elvira (1804 - )
----------child: Allen, William Orson (~1807 - ~1884)
----------child: Allen, Rodney B. (1808 - 1874)
----------child: Allen, Earl B. (1811 - )
----------child: Allen, Lewis (1814 - 1884)
----------child: Allen, Areilia (1815 - 1817)
----------child: Allen, Alfred (1818 - 1886)
----------child: Allen, Areilia A. (1821 - 1901)
Allen, William Orson (~1807 - ~1884)
b. ABT. 10 MAR 1807
d. ABT. APR 1884

father: Allen, Warham(~1780 - ~1825)
mother: Bement, Charlotte(1782 - 1869)
Allerton, Caroline (1810 - 1892)
b. 20 SEP 1810 in Albany Co., NY
d. 11 MAR 1892 in Marion, Osceola Co., MI

spouse: Chapin, Ahira (1803 - 1867)
- m. 24 NOV 1831 in Prattsburgh, Steuben Co., NY

----------child: Chapin, Rosamond (1832 - )
----------child: Chapin, Edwin (1834 - 1916)
----------child: Chapin, Son (1835 - ~1835)
----------child: Chapin, Delanson (1836 - 1917)
----------child: Chapin, Daughter (1837 - ~1837)
----------child: Chapin, Isaac Allerton (1839 - ~1868)
----------child: Chapin, Ahira Jr. (1842 - 1890)
----------child: Chapin, Egbert Wells (1844 - 1896)
----------child: Chapin, Daughter (1847 - ~1847)
----------child: Chapin, Caroline A. Elizabeth Jane (1853 - 1908)
Allis, George Bement (1856 - 1877)
b. 23 SEP 1856 in Kendall, Orleans Co., NY
d. 30 MAR 1877 in Albion, Orleans Co., NY

father: Allis, Nathan Bangs(1831 - 1858)
mother: Bement, Helen Louise(1835 - ~1912)
Allis, Nathan Bangs (1831 - 1858)
b. 9 JUN 1831 in Kendall, Orleans Co., NY
d. 31 OCT 1858 in Kendall, Orleans Co., NY

father: Allis, Thomas Wells(>1800 - )
mother: Clements, Eliazabeth(>1800 - )
spouse: Bement, Helen Louise (1835 - ~1912)
- m. 18 APR 1855

----------child: Allis, George Bement (1856 - 1877)
Allis, Thomas Wells (>1800 - )
b. AFT. 1800

spouse: Clements, Eliazabeth (>1800 - )
----------child: Allis, Nathan Bangs (1831 - 1858)
Allyn, Obadiah (<1645 - 1712)
b. BEF. 1645 in of Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT
d. 17 APR 1712
Obadiah Allyn was a great-great uncle of Ethan Allen. (Source: Thomas Sanford Genealogy, c.,1911, p. 99).
spouse: Sanford, Elizabeth (1648 - 1712)
- m. 28 AUG 1669

Alreksson, Yngvi (~0466 - )
b. ABT. 466 in Sweden

father: Agnasson, Alrek(~0445 - )
mother: Dagsson, Dagreid(~0449 - )
spouse:
----------child: Yngvasson, Jorund (~0487 - )
Alsace, Matthew of (<1136 - )
b. BEF. 1136

spouse: Blois, Mary of (1136 - 1182)
Alvord, Jonathan (1711 - 1784)
b. 6 NOV 1711 in Northampton, MA
d. 28 JUN 1784 in Winchester, CT

spouse: Sanford, Elizabeth (1716 - 1764)
- m. 16 OCT 1739

Ames, Edith (>1880 - ~1920)
b. AFT. 1880
d. ABT. JUN 1920 in California

father: Ames, J. Loomis(~1843 - 1899)
mother: Bement, Mary Jane(1841 - <1923)
spouse: Welge, Henry M. (~1865 - )
Ames, J. Loomis (~1843 - 1899)
b. ABT. 1843
d. 15 JUL 1899 in Clyde, Sandusky Co., OH

spouse: Bement, Mary Jane (1841 - <1923)
- m. AUG 1879

----------child: Ames, Edith (>1880 - ~1920)
Ammack, Stephen (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830

spouse: Farrington, Adelia (~1830 - )
----------child: Ammack, Susie M. (1860 - >1912)
Ammack, Susie M. (1860 - >1912)
b. 9 DEC 1860 in Perry City, Wyoming Co., NY
d. AFT. 1912

father: Ammack, Stephen(~1830 - )
mother: Farrington, Adelia(~1830 - )
spouse: Bement, Clarence Eugene (1860 - >1912)
- m. 8 FEB 1882 in Perry City, Wyoming Co., NY

----------child: Bement, Mary E. (1886 - >1912)
Amos, John Joshua (1868 - )
b. 1868

spouse: Massey, Maria (1880 - )
- m. 1900

----------child: private
Amsden, Carrie Elizabeth (1864 - 1940)
b. 26 MAR 1864 in Reading, Windsor Co., VT
d. 26 APR 1940 in Hanover, NH

spouse: Bement, William (1860 - 1912)
- m. 23 FEB 1887

----------child: Bement, Bernice Louisa (1888 - ~1960)
----------child: Bement, Verna Taft (1890 - 1976)
----------child: Bement, Frank Amsden (1895 - 1963)
Amsden, Claude (~1870 - )
b. ABT. 1870

spouse: Van Auken, Charlotte D. (>1870 - )
Andegisus), Anchises (or (*0600 - 0685)
d. 685

father: St. Arnolph, ?(*0565 - 0641)
spouse: Begga, ? (*0604 - )
----------child: Herstal, Pepin of Mayor of the Palace (~0635 - 0714)
Anderson, Alice (>1902 - 1972)
b. AFT. 1902
d. 1972

spouse: Hemmingson, Karl Johan Algot (1902 - 1993)
- m. 5 OCT 1963

Anderson, Alma (1891 - 1977)
b. 23 FEB 1891
d. FEB 1977 in of Detroit Lakes, Becker Co., MN

spouse: Bement, Aloylous B. (1896 - 1972)
- m. in Waubun, Mahnomen Co., MN

Anderson, August (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830

spouse: Olinn, Anna (~1830 - )
----------child: Anderson, Louise (1860 - 1913)
Anderson, Gus V. (<1898 - )
b. BEF. 1898

spouse: Shelter, Minnie Blanch (1898 - 1957)
- m. 3 FEB 1915

----------child: Anderson, Pearl (1916 - 1916)
----------child: private
Anderson, Hannah (>1803 - 1901)
b. AFT. 1803
d. MAR 1901 in Michigan

spouse: Sanford, John Miller (1803 - 1882)
- m. BEF. 1882

Anderson, Louis Boyd (<1884 - )
b. BEF. 1884

spouse: Bement, Mabel Sarah (1884 - 1976)
- m. 2 OCT 1910

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Anderson, Louise (1860 - 1913)
b. 10 OCT 1860 in near Stockholm, Sweden
d. 9 OCT 1913 in LaPorte County, IN

father: Anderson, August(~1830 - )
mother: Olinn, Anna(~1830 - )
spouse: Bement, Ernest Waite (1861 - ~1926)
- m. 25 DEC 1884 in LaPorte County, IN

----------child: Bement, Lottie May (1887 - 1978)
----------child: Bement, Sarah Emily (1892 - >1913)
Anderson, Oscar (1889 - 1981)
b. 27 OCT 1889
d. 8 JAN 1981

spouse: Bement, Helen (1906 - 1989)
- m. BEF. 1927 in Tacoma, WA

Anderson, Pearl (1916 - 1916)
b. JAN 1916
d. 3 JAN 1916 in Ferndale, WA

father: Anderson, Gus V.(<1898 - )
mother: Shelter, Minnie Blanch(1898 - 1957)
Andre, Marie Antoinette (>1900 - )
b. AFT. 1900

spouse: Baroch, Charles Thomas (>1900 - )
----------child: Baroch, Mary Ann (1930 - 1995)
Andrews, Benjamin (<1718 - )
b. BEF. 1718 in Middletown, CT

spouse: Sanford, Tabitha (<1719 - )
- m. 5 MAY 1738 in Middletown, CT

Andrews, Delta K. (<1866 - )
b. BEF. 1866

spouse: Miller, Margaret L. (>1866 - )
- m. 29 DEC 1947

----------child: Andrews, Granville A. (1899 - )
----------child: Andrews, Harold A. (1900 - )
----------child: Andrews, Nellie A. (1904 - )
Andrews, Elijah (<1815 - )
b. BEF. 1815

spouse: Bacon, Polly (1815 - )
- m. SEP 1934

Andrews, Granville A. (1899 - )
b. 24 APR 1899

father: Andrews, Delta K.(<1866 - )
mother: Miller, Margaret L.(>1866 - )
Andrews, Harold A. (1900 - )
b. 28 JUL 1900

father: Andrews, Delta K.(<1866 - )
mother: Miller, Margaret L.(>1866 - )

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