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Harris, James Rufus (1852 - 1853)
b. 15 JAN 1852
d. 2 JAN 1853

father: Harris, Joseph(~1825 - 1853)
mother: Bement, Emily(1825 - 1853)
Harris, Joseph (~1825 - 1853)
b. ABT. 1825
d. 28 FEB 1853

spouse: Bement, Emily (1825 - 1853)
- m. 24 NOV 1846 in probably at Victor, Monroe Co., NY

----------child: Harris, Twin Son 1 (~1848 - ~1848)
----------child: Harris, Twin Son 2 (~1848 - ~1848)
----------child: Harris, Henrietta Josephine Amanda (1849 - >1913)
----------child: Harris, James Rufus (1852 - 1853)
----------child: Harris, Joseph Emory (1853 - )
Harris, Joseph Emory (1853 - )
b. 6 APR 1853
d. in probably at Crookston, Polk Co., MN

father: Harris, Joseph(~1825 - 1853)
mother: Bement, Emily(1825 - 1853)
Note: This family line is being researched by Margaret "Margie" Josephine Brunette, granddaughter of Joseph Emory Harris, son of Joseph Emory Harris 1853, son of Emily Bement and Joseph Emory Harris. (e-mail: mbrunette@@newportnet.com) September 1999

Harris, Polly (Baker) (1797 - 1885)
b. 24 AUG 1797 in Sunderland, Franklin Co., MA
d. 19 MAY 1885

father: Baker, Elkanah(~1770 - )
mother: Whitmore, Polly(~1770 - )
spouse: Bement, Anson (1795 - 1875)
- m. 21 AUG 1830 in Ashfield, Franklin Co., MA (Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Ut, Film # 0902896)

----------child: Bement, Minerva Alden (1831 - >1913)
----------child: Bement, Horatio Bryant (1834 - 1891)
----------child: Bement, Anson Albert (1838 - 1863)
----------child: Bement, Emery Harris (1841 - 1910)
----------child: Bement, Mary Jane (1843 - <1860)
Harris, Samantha (1852 - 1932)
b. 28 JUL 1852 in Clarksville, Clinton Co., OH
d. 1 APR 1932 in Valley Junction, Polk Co., IA

spouse: Compton, Uriah (1850 - 1896)
- m. 23 DEC 1875 in New Burlington, Delaware Co., IN

----------child: Compton, Bertha Anna (1877 - 1958)
----------child: Compton, Jesse Samuel (1879 - 1955)
----------child: Compton, Homer Clifton (1883 - 1903)
----------child: Compton, Ellis Hartley (1884 - 1929)
----------child: Compton, Earl Raymond (1887 - 1979)
----------child: Compton, Albert Maynard (1895 - 1979)
Harris, Silas W. (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Caldwell, Mary Belle (1850 - )
- m. 20 OCT 1876

Harris, Twin Son 1 (~1848 - ~1848)
b. ABT. 1848
d. ABT. 1848

father: Harris, Joseph(~1825 - 1853)
mother: Bement, Emily(1825 - 1853)
Harris, Twin Son 2 (~1848 - ~1848)
b. ABT. 1848
d. ABT. 1848

father: Harris, Joseph(~1825 - 1853)
mother: Bement, Emily(1825 - 1853)
Harrison, Alice Emma (1867 - )
b. 24 OCT 1867

father: Harrison, Francis Bement(1841 - >1904)
mother: Stearns, Emma Jane\June(>1841 - 1923)
spouse: Gage, George (<1867 - )
- m. 9 MAR 1888 in Ohio

Harrison, Almo Louise (1912 - 1989)
b. 1912 in Cheboygan, MI
d. 1989 in Cheboygan, MI

father: Harrison, Arthur S.(1890 - 1945)
mother: Kahlbou, Ella(1892 - 1989)
spouse: private
- m. AFT. 1930

spouse: Smith, Norman (1904 - 1992)
- m. BEF. 1989

Harrison, Arthur Caleb (1847 - 1881)
b. 17 AUG 1847 in Dover, OH
d. 22 SEP 1881 in Muskegon, MI

father: Harrison, George(1813 - 1881)
mother: Bement, Nancy Aseneth(1819 - 1892)
Arthur Harrison was a farmer and engineer. He is buried in Coe Ridge Cemetery in North Olmstead, Ohio. (Source: John Arthur Harrison, Richland, Michigan, Dec. 1997)
spouse: Perry, Mary (1848 - 1905)
- m. ABT. 1868

----------child: Harrison, George Henry (1868 - 1942)
----------child: Harrison, Wilber (1871 - 1941)
spouse: Pratt, Emma (>1847 - )
- m. BEF. 1878

----------child: Harrison, Nellie (1878 - 1944)
Harrison, Arthur S. (1890 - 1945)
b. 1890 in Angola, IN
d. 1945 in Cheboygan, MI

father: Harrison, George Henry(1868 - 1942)
mother: Schafer, Louise(1871 - 1941)
spouse: Kahlbou, Ella (1892 - 1989)
- m. ABT. 1912

----------child: Harrison, Almo Louise (1912 - 1989)
----------child: Harrison, James (1915 - 1985)
spouse: Kries, Florence (1899 - 1974)
- m. BEF. 1932

----------child: private
Harrison, Benjamin Agustus (1790 - 1848)
b. 29 MAR 1790 in North Branford, CT
d. 15 MAR 1848 in Suffield, Hartford Co., CT
Benjamin Harrison was a farmer. He is buried in Suffield, Connecticut. (Source: John Arthur Harrison, Richland, Michigan, Dec. 1997)
spouse: Wilcox, Mary (1792 - 1861)
- m. 6 NOV 1811 in Southington, CT

----------child: Harrison, George (1813 - 1881)
----------child: Harrison, Justus (1815 - 1890)
----------child: Harrison, John (1831 - 1898)
Harrison, Calvin (~1889 - 1959)
b. ABT. 1889
d. MAY 1959 in Cleveland, OH

father: Harrison, John Bradley(1851 - 1925)
mother: Witham, Carrie(>1851 - )
spouse:
----------child: private
Harrison, Elizabeth Idell (1871 - 1909)
b. 7 SEP 1871 in Olmsted, OH
d. 11 AUG 1909

father: Harrison, Francis Bement(1841 - >1904)
mother: Stearns, Emma Jane\June(>1841 - 1923)
spouse: Bently, Louis Howard (<1871 - <1909)
Harrison, Emma L. (1853 - 1929)
b. MAR 1853
d. 3 JAN 1929

father: Harrison, John(1831 - 1898)
mother: Bradshaw, Jane(1831 - 1911)
spouse: Bement, Lorenzo D. (1853 - 1929)
----------child: Bement, Ernest Ray (1874 - 1964)
----------child: Bement, Merton (1876 - )
----------child: Bement, Clifford Harrison (1879 - 1965)
----------child: Bement, Alice (1887 - )
----------child: Bement, Truman L. (1894 - 1958)
----------child: Bement, Son (1894 - 1894)
Harrison, Etta May (1874 - 1988)
b. 2 OCT 1874 in Olmsted, OH
d. 1988

father: Harrison, Francis Bement(1841 - >1904)
mother: Stearns, Emma Jane\June(>1841 - 1923)
Buried in Coe Ridge Cemetery.

Harrison, Everett (>1854 - )
b. AFT. 1854

father: Harrison, John(1831 - 1898)
mother: Bradshaw, Jane(1831 - 1911)
Harrison, Francis (>1902 - )
b. AFT. 1902

father: Harrison, Herbert Buell(1877 - 1925)
mother: Snell, Mary(>1877 - )
Harrison, Francis Bement (1841 - >1904)
b. 22 AUG 1841
d. AFT. FEB 1904

father: Harrison, George(1813 - 1881)
mother: Bement, Nancy Aseneth(1819 - 1892)
Francis "Frank" Bement Harrison resided in the family homestead all his life. He was ill a long time before his death. (Source: Spencer L. BeMent, Ann Arbor, Michigan; June 1998)
spouse: Stearns, Emma Jane\June (>1841 - 1923)
- m. 3 APR 1863 in Olmsted, OH

----------child: Harrison, Alice Emma (1867 - )
----------child: Harrison, Elizabeth Idell (1871 - 1909)
----------child: Harrison, Etta May (1874 - 1988)
----------child: Harrison, Herbert Buell (1877 - 1925)
----------child: Harrison, Mamie F. (1887 - 1978)
Harrison, George (1813 - 1881)
b. 9 FEB 1813 in Southington, Hartford Co, CT
d. 16 NOV 1881 in North Olmsted, OH

father: Harrison, Benjamin Agustus(1790 - 1848)
mother: Wilcox, Mary(1792 - 1861)
George Harrison migrated from Connecticut to Ohio in1839. He was a farmer and owned and operated a saw mill in Ohio. He is buried in Coe Ridge Cemetery at North Omstead, Ohio. (Source: John Arthur Harrison, Richland, Michigan, Dec. 1997)

The Genealogy of the Harrison Family, descendants of Richard Harrison (abt. 1596-1653) of Branford, Connecticut is being researched in detail by Helen (Fleming) Harrison; 9 Walking Purchase Drive, Pennington, NJ 08534; (e-mail: schjsh@@aol.com)

spouse: Bement, Nancy Aseneth (1819 - 1892)
- m. 15 JUN 1839 in Darien, Genesee Co., NY

----------child: Harrison, Mary Permelia (1840 - )
----------child: Harrison, Francis Bement (1841 - >1904)
----------child: Harrison, Arthur Caleb (1847 - 1881)
----------child: Harrison, John Bradley (1851 - 1925)
Harrison, George Henry (1868 - 1942)
b. 1868 in Adrian, MI
d. 1942 in Cheboygan, MI

father: Harrison, Arthur Caleb(1847 - 1881)
mother: Perry, Mary(1848 - 1905)
George Henry Harrison and his family migrated to Cheboygan, Michigan in 1900. He started a florist business in 1902, and retired to Black Lake, Michigan in 1924. His homes in Cheboygan and Black Lake were still standing in 1997. He is buried at Pine Hill Cemetery in Cheboygan, Michigan. (Source: John Arthur Harrison, Richland, Michigan, Dec. 1997)
spouse: Schafer, Louise (1871 - 1941)
- m. ABT. 1890

----------child: Harrison, Arthur S. (1890 - 1945)
----------child: Harrison, Lester W. (1893 - 1944)
Harrison, Harold (>1904 - )
b. AFT. 1904

father: Harrison, Herbert Buell(1877 - 1925)
mother: Snell, Mary(>1877 - )
Harrison, Herbert (>1905 - )
b. AFT. 1905

father: Harrison, Herbert Buell(1877 - 1925)
mother: Snell, Mary(>1877 - )
Harrison, Herbert Buell (1877 - 1925)
b. 19 FEB 1877 in Olmsted, OH
d. 24 APR 1925 in North Olmsted, OH

father: Harrison, Francis Bement(1841 - >1904)
mother: Stearns, Emma Jane\June(>1841 - 1923)
Herbert Buell Harrison, in April 1904, removed his family into his grandfathers house on Coe Ridge.
spouse: Snell, Mary (>1877 - )
----------child: Harrison, William (>1900 - )
----------child: Harrison, Francis (>1902 - )
----------child: Harrison, Harold (>1904 - )
----------child: Harrison, Herbert (>1905 - )
Harrison, James (1915 - 1985)
b. 1915 in Cheboygan, MI
d. 1985 in Petoskey, MI

father: Harrison, Arthur S.(1890 - 1945)
mother: Kahlbou, Ella(1892 - 1989)
James Harrison worked on the Mackinaw Bridge in Michigan, and was an electrician in later years, and is buried in the Pine Hill Cemetery in Cheboygan, Michigan. (Source: John Arthur Harrison, Richland, Michigan, Dec. 1997)
spouse: Mumford, Doris (1917 - 1981)
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Harrison, Kathryn (1952 - 1952)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Harrison, John (1831 - 1898)
b. 28 OCT 1831
d. 14 AUG 1898

father: Harrison, Benjamin Agustus(1790 - 1848)
mother: Wilcox, Mary(1792 - 1861)
spouse: Bradshaw, Jane (1831 - 1911)
- m. 1852

----------child: Harrison, Emma L. (1853 - 1929)
----------child: Harrison, Everett (>1854 - )
----------child: Harrison, Nellie L. (~1861 - )
Harrison, John Bradley (1851 - 1925)
b. 15 DEC 1851
d. 8 MAR 1925 in North Olmsted, OH

father: Harrison, George(1813 - 1881)
mother: Bement, Nancy Aseneth(1819 - 1892)
John Bradley Harrison and his wife, Carrie, farmed at Coe Ridge (Ohio) and supposedly purchased a mineral spring in Woodfarm, Indiana with their son-in-law, George Hogue, and intended to build a resort. They are buried in the Coe Ridge Cemetery. (Source: Spencer L. BeMent, Ann Arbor, Michigan; June 1998)
spouse: Witham, Carrie (>1851 - )
----------child: Harrison, Lulu (<1888 - )
----------child: Harrison, Calvin (~1889 - 1959)
----------child: Harrison, Melvin (>1890 - )
Harrison, Justus (1815 - 1890)
b. 3 JAN 1815
d. 26 OCT 1890

father: Harrison, Benjamin Agustus(1790 - 1848)
mother: Wilcox, Mary(1792 - 1861)
spouse: Bement, Elizabeth Knight (1825 - >1900)
- m. 25 APR 1844 in Dover, OH

Harrison, Kathryn (1952 - 1952)
b. 1952
d. 1952

father: Harrison, James(1915 - 1985)
mother: Mumford, Doris(1917 - 1981)
Harrison, Lester W. (1893 - 1944)
b. 1893
d. 1944

father: Harrison, George Henry(1868 - 1942)
mother: Schafer, Louise(1871 - 1941)
Lester Harrison was a soldier in World War I, and trained at Fort Custer in Battle Creek, Michigan. He was a florist and farmer, and his wife, Eva, was a school teacher. They are buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Cheboygan, Michigan. (Source: John Arthur Harrison, Richland, Michigan, Dec. 1997)
spouse: Wilson, Eva (1893 - 1969)
Harrison, Lulu (<1888 - )
b. BEF. 1888

father: Harrison, John Bradley(1851 - 1925)
mother: Witham, Carrie(>1851 - )
spouse: Hogue, George A. (<1888 - )
Harrison, Mamie F. (1887 - 1978)
b. 14 JUN 1887 in North Olmsted, OH
d. OCT 1978 in Cleveland, OH

father: Harrison, Francis Bement(1841 - >1904)
mother: Stearns, Emma Jane\June(>1841 - 1923)
spouse: Kinkelaar, Frank (1890 - 1969)
- m. 9 SEP 1914

----------child: private
----------child: private
Harrison, Mary Permelia (1840 - )
b. 14 MAY 1840

father: Harrison, George(1813 - 1881)
mother: Bement, Nancy Aseneth(1819 - 1892)
spouse: Eggleston, Reubin (<1840 - )
Harrison, Megan Hope (1985 - 1985)
b. 1985
d. 1985

father: private
mother: private
Harrison, Melvin (>1890 - )
b. AFT. 1890

father: Harrison, John Bradley(1851 - 1925)
mother: Witham, Carrie(>1851 - )
Harrison, Nellie (1878 - 1944)
b. 1878
d. 1944

father: Harrison, Arthur Caleb(1847 - 1881)
mother: Pratt, Emma(>1847 - )
Harrison, Nellie L. (~1861 - )
b. ABT. 1861

father: Harrison, John(1831 - 1898)
mother: Bradshaw, Jane(1831 - 1911)
Harrison, Rebecca (~1785 - )
b. ABT. 1785 in of Wolcott, New Haven Co., CT

spouse: Tuttle, Lucius (~1785 - )
----------child: Tuttle, Lucius III (1805 - 1858)
----------child: Tuttle, Edward Harrison (1817 - 1905)
Harrison, Sean (1968 - 1968)
b. 19 MAY 1968
d. 21 MAY 1968

father: private
mother: private
Harrison, Wilber (1871 - 1941)
b. 1871
d. 1941

father: Harrison, Arthur Caleb(1847 - 1881)
mother: Perry, Mary(1848 - 1905)
Harrison, William (>1900 - )
b. AFT. 1900

father: Harrison, Herbert Buell(1877 - 1925)
mother: Snell, Mary(>1877 - )
Hart, Benjamin (~1780 - )
b. ABT. 1780

spouse: Robbins, Hannah (~1780 - )
----------child: Hart, Thomas Robbins (1802 - )
Hart, Candace (1758 - >1790)
b. 8 FEB 1758
d. AFT. 1790 in Onondaga County, NY

father: Hart, Job(~1730 - )
mother: Beckley, Eunice(~1730 - )
spouse: Barnes, Roswell (1759 - 1829)
- m. 26 APR 1781 in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA

----------child: Barnes, Vespatian (>1782 - )
----------child: Barnes, Delilah (>1784 - )
----------child: Barnes, Leverett (>1785 - )
----------child: Barnes, Betsey (~1785 - )
----------child: Barnes, Theodosia (~1789 - )
----------child: Barnes, Theodotia (~1789 - )
----------child: Barnes, Betsey (>1790 - )
Hart, Eunice (~1793 - )
b. ABT. 1793

spouse: Avery, William (1793 - 1840)
Hart, Job (~1730 - )
b. ABT. 1730

spouse: Beckley, Eunice (~1730 - )
----------child: Hart, Candace (1758 - >1790)
Hart, Thomas Robbins (1802 - )
b. AUG 1802 in Kensington, Hartford Co., CT

father: Hart, Benjamin(~1780 - )
mother: Robbins, Hannah(~1780 - )
spouse: Bement, Cecelia (1817 - 1893)
- m. 18 DEC 1836

Hartford, Gusta (~1844 - >1917)
b. ABT. 1844 in Augusta, Kennebec Co., ME
d. AFT. 1917

spouse: Bement, Walter (>1844 - <1917)
- m. AFT. 1860

----------child: Beaumont, Child (>1860 - ~1860)
----------child: Beaumont, John Hartford (>1862 - >1917)
----------child: Beaumont, Julia Elizabeth (>1865 - >1917)
Hartman, Catherine E. (>1833 - 1885)
b. AFT. 1833
d. 2 DEC 1885

spouse: Sanford, Allen (1833 - 1872)
- m. 30 APR 1857

Hartman, Herman F. Sr. (1886 - 1968)
b. 8 FEB 1886
d. 11 AUG 1968

spouse: Diedrich, Edith (1890 - 1958)
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Hartsworth, Reuben (1779 - )
b. 6 OCT 1779

spouse: Sanford, Elizabeth (1786 - 1862)
- m. 16 OCT 1802

Hartzler, Mary Marie (1921 - 1990)
b. 19 SEP 1921
d. 16 JUL 1990

father: Hartzler, Ray I.(<1898 - )
mother: Augspurger, Ethyl Marie(1898 - 1977)
spouse: private
- m. 11 SEP 1955

Hartzler, Ray I. (<1898 - )
b. BEF. 1898

spouse: Augspurger, Ethyl Marie (1898 - 1977)
- m. 25 DEC 1919 in Clinton Co., IN

----------child: Hartzler, Mary Marie (1921 - 1990)
Hasilda, ? (<0140 - >0156)
b. BEF. 140
d. AFT. 156

spouse: Colcomir, ? IV (<0140 - 0166)
----------child: Farabert, ? (<0156 - 0186)
Haskill, John O. (~1900 - )
b. ABT. 1900

spouse: ???, Blanche E. (~1900 - )
----------child: private
Haskins, ??? (~1865 - )
b. ABT. 1865

spouse:
----------child: Haskins, Ida May (>1890 - )
----------child: Haskins, Marion (>1892 - )
Haskins, Almetta (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

father: Haskins, George(<1820 - )
mother: Edminster, Roba(~1820 - )
Haskins, Douglas (~1848 - )
b. ABT. 1848

father: Haskins, George(<1820 - )
mother: Edminster, Roba(~1820 - )
Haskins, George (<1820 - )
b. BEF. 1820

spouse: Edminster, Roba (~1820 - )
- m. 31 JAN 1839

----------child: Haskins, LeRoy (~1840 - )
----------child: Haskins, William Wallace (~1842 - )
----------child: Haskins, Mary (~1845 - )
----------child: Haskins, Douglas (~1848 - )
----------child: Haskins, Almetta (~1850 - )
----------child: Haskins, Norton Brown (~1852 - )
Haskins, Ida May (>1890 - )
b. AFT. 1890

father: Haskins, ???(~1865 - )
spouse: Rodier, Julius Harry Bement (>1890 - )
----------child: private
Haskins, LeRoy (~1840 - )
b. ABT. 1840

father: Haskins, George(<1820 - )
mother: Edminster, Roba(~1820 - )
Haskins, Marion (>1892 - )
b. AFT. 1892

father: Haskins, ???(~1865 - )
spouse: Rodier, Robert H. (>1892 - )
Haskins, Mary (~1845 - )
b. ABT. 1845

father: Haskins, George(<1820 - )
mother: Edminster, Roba(~1820 - )
Haskins, Norton Brown (~1852 - )
b. ABT. 1852

father: Haskins, George(<1820 - )
mother: Edminster, Roba(~1820 - )
Haskins, William Wallace (~1842 - )
b. ABT. 1842

father: Haskins, George(<1820 - )
mother: Edminster, Roba(~1820 - )
Haslam, John (~1835 - )
b. ABT. 1835

spouse: Bement, Caroline E. (>1835 - )
- m. BEF. 8 JAN 1863

----------child: Haslam, Martha (>1863 - >1912)
Haslam, Martha (>1863 - >1912)
b. AFT. 1863
d. AFT. 1912 in probably at Jersey City, Hudson Co., NJ

father: Haslam, John(~1835 - )
mother: Bement, Caroline E.(>1835 - )
spouse: Van Ripper, ??? (~1863 - )
Hastilda, ? (*0293 - )
spouse: Richimir, ? II (*0305 - 0350)
----------child: Theodomir, ? (*0318 - 0360)
Hastings, Benjamin (1659 - 1711)
b. 9 AUG 1659 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA
d. 18 DEC 1711

father: Hastings, Thomas(1605 - 1685)
spouse:
----------child: Hastings, Benjamin (1699 - 1774)
Hastings, Benjamin (1699 - 1774)
b. 1699 in Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA
d. 16 AUG 1774

father: Hastings, Benjamin(1659 - 1711)
spouse: Smith, Prudence (1700 - 1744)
- m. 22 SEP 1721

----------child: Hastings, Joseph (1740 - 1806)
Hastings, Electa (~1800 - )
b. ABT. 1800

spouse: Field, David (~1800 - )
----------child: Field, George White (1826 - 1875)
Hastings, John (~1580 - )
b. ABT. 1580 in England

spouse:
----------child: Hastings, Thomas (1605 - 1685)
Hastings, Joseph (1740 - 1806)
b. 23 NOV 1740 in Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA
d. 21 JUN 1806 in Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA

father: Hastings, Benjamin(1699 - 1774)
mother: Smith, Prudence(1700 - 1744)
Joseph Hastings (1740-1806) (65) married Annis Munn (1744-1815) (71) in 1762. Joseph's ancestry traces to Thomas Hastings who came from Ipswich, England on the ship Elizabeth in 1634, the very ship that brought William and John Beaumont the next year. In April 1651 Thomas married Susan Cheney, the daughter of William Cheney of Roxbury, Mass. Annis's ancestry traces to Benjamin Munn (1683-1779) and Thankful Nims (1684-1746).
spouse: Munn, Annis (1744 - 1815)
- m. 12 MAY 1762

----------child: Hastings, Sarah (1782 - 1875)
Hastings, Sarah (1782 - 1875)
b. 20 JAN 1782 in Deerfield, MA
d. 20 OCT 1875 in Lagrange, Lorain Co., OH

father: Hastings, Joseph(1740 - 1806)
mother: Munn, Annis(1744 - 1815)
spouse: Bement, Nathaniel (1778 - 1848)
- m. 10 OCT 1801 in Greenfield, Franklin Co., MA (Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Ut, Film # 0250326)

----------child: Bement, Nathan Wooster (1802 - <1810)
----------child: Bement, Sarah (1804 - )
----------child: Bement, Levi Hiram (1805 - 1846)
----------child: Bement, Nathaniel W. (~1807 - 1859)
----------child: Bement, Harriet (>1807 - )
----------child: Bement, Edmund Collins (1813 - 1875)
Hastings, Thomas (1605 - 1685)
b. 1605
d. 7 SEP 1685 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA

father: Hastings, John(~1580 - )
spouse:
- m. APR 1651

----------child: Hastings, Benjamin (1659 - 1711)
Hatch, James (<1812 - )
b. BEF. 1812

spouse: Bacon, Julia (1812 - )
- m. 5 JUN 1831

Hatch, Maria B. (1836 - 1909)
b. 14 JUL 1836
d. 2 OCT 1909 in Wyanet, IL

spouse: Edminster, Charles Barnes (1835 - 1918)
- m. 29 APR 1855 in Tioga Co., NY

----------child: Edminster, Charles Freemont (1856 - 1901)
----------child: Edminster, Llewellyn D. (1859 - )
----------child: Edminster, Jessie (>1860 - )
----------child: Edminster, Mae (>1865 - )
----------child: Edminster, Infant 1 (>1866 - ~1866)
----------child: Edminster, Infant 2 (>1866 - ~1966)
Hatch, Martha (1832 - )
b. 1832

spouse: Edminster, William Henry (1829 - )
----------child: Edminster, Ellen (1858 - )
----------child: Edminster, Newcomb (1863 - )
----------child: Edminster, Cora (1870 - )
Hathaway, Harriet (~1834 - )
b. ABT. 1834

spouse: Bement, Horace (1834 - 1875)
- m. 6 APR 1861 in New York, NY Co., NY

Hathaway, John A. (1896 - 1934)
b. 27 OCT 1896
d. 30 NOV 1934

spouse: Diedrich, Minnie (1895 - 1984)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Hatt, Alice E. (~1874 - )
b. ABT. 1874

father: Hatt, Garrett R.(<1841 - )
mother: Whipple, Martha Jane(1841 - 1918)
Hatt, Alice Jane (1903 - )
b. 2 JUL 1903 in Lake City, MI

father: Hatt, Zerah Monroe(1878 - 1929)
mother: Swain, Lucy Ellen Kate(1879 - 1927)
spouse: Oberley, Ray (<1903 - )
- m. 20 SEP 1923

Hatt, Blee Struble (1870 - 1944)
b. 17 JUL 1870 in Argentine, Genesee Co., MI
d. 19 MAR 1944 in Linden, Genesee Co., MI

father: Hatt, Garrett R.(<1841 - )
mother: Whipple, Martha Jane(1841 - 1918)
Blee Struble Hatt was a machinist/auto maker for 18 years in Flint before removing to Linden, Michigan. He died at his home at 1011 N. Bridge Street and is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Linden, Genesee Co., Michigan. He had two sons and two daughters.
spouse: Putt, Mary Emily (>1870 - )
- m. 11 AUG 1897 in Paris, Mecosta Co., MI

----------child: Hatt, Leon B. (~1898 - )
spouse: Haggman, Hattie (>1870 - )
- m. 10 MAY 1901

spouse: Simpson, Florence (>1870 - )
- m. 4 APR 1905 in Barton Twp., Newaygo Co., MI

----------child: Hatt, Vera (>1905 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
Hatt, Clarecy (1915 - 1917)
b. 25 JUL 1915 in Flushing, MI
d. 25 SEP 1917

father: Hatt, Zerah Monroe(1878 - 1929)
mother: Swain, Lucy Ellen Kate(1879 - 1927)
Hatt, Edith A. (1876 - >1930)
b. 8 FEB 1876
d. AFT. 1930

father: Hatt, Garrett R.(<1841 - )
mother: Whipple, Martha Jane(1841 - 1918)
spouse: Wilshire, ??? (<1876 - )
Hatt, Garrett R. (<1841 - )
b. BEF. 1841

father: Hatt, William(~1815 - )
mother: Sutherland, Sarah(~1815 - )
spouse: Whipple, Martha Jane (1841 - 1918)
- m. 23 MAY 1861 in Hamburg, MI

----------child: Hatt, Randolf W. (>1862 - )
----------child: Hatt, Blee Struble (1870 - 1944)
----------child: Hatt, Alice E. (~1874 - )
----------child: Hatt, Edith A. (1876 - >1930)
----------child: Hatt, Zerah Monroe (1878 - 1929)
----------child: Hatt, Issac E. (>1880 - )
Hatt, Harvey Randolph (1905 - )
b. 1 APR 1905 in Lake City, MI
d. in Gladwin, MI

father: Hatt, Zerah Monroe(1878 - 1929)
mother: Swain, Lucy Ellen Kate(1879 - 1927)
spouse: ???, Leola (>1905 - )
Hatt, Hazel Mildred (1900 - 1982)
b. 31 MAY 1900 in Jennings, MI
d. 31 JUL 1982 in Flint, MI

father: Hatt, Zerah Monroe(1878 - 1929)
mother: Swain, Lucy Ellen Kate(1879 - 1927)
spouse: Simpson, George Dwight (<1900 - )
- m. 1 JUN 1918 in Flint, MI

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Simpson, Leslie Monroe (1921 - 1923)
----------child: Simpson, Leah Evelyn (1924 - 1989)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Hatt, Issac E. (>1880 - )
b. AFT. 1880

father: Hatt, Garrett R.(<1841 - )
mother: Whipple, Martha Jane(1841 - 1918)
Hatt, Leon B. (~1898 - )
b. ABT. 1898

father: Hatt, Blee Struble(1870 - 1944)
mother: Putt, Mary Emily(>1870 - )
Hatt, Maude Louisa (1902 - )
b. 2 JAN 1902 in Bitely, MI
d. in Columbiaville, MI

father: Hatt, Zerah Monroe(1878 - 1929)
mother: Swain, Lucy Ellen Kate(1879 - 1927)
spouse: Bostwick, Elmo (<1902 - )
- m. 25 DEC 1920

Hatt, Randolf W. (>1862 - )
b. AFT. 1862

father: Hatt, Garrett R.(<1841 - )
mother: Whipple, Martha Jane(1841 - 1918)
Hatt, Vera (>1905 - )
b. AFT. 1905

father: Hatt, Blee Struble(1870 - 1944)
mother: Simpson, Florence(>1870 - )
Hatt, William (~1815 - )
b. ABT. 1815

spouse: Sutherland, Sarah (~1815 - )
----------child: Hatt, Garrett R. (<1841 - )
Hatt, Zerah Monroe (1878 - 1929)
b. 7 MAY 1878 in Deefield Twp., MI
d. 20 OCT 1929 in Ann Arbor, MI

father: Hatt, Garrett R.(<1841 - )
mother: Whipple, Martha Jane(1841 - 1918)
Zerah Monroe Hatt, 51 years old, died Sunday in University Hospital, Ann Arbor, after a lengthy illness. Death was due to bronchial asthma. Mr. Hatt was born in Argentine Township, on May 7, 1878, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Hatt, and had resided in Flint for the last 25 years. He was married to (2) Rose Rice of Fenton at Flat Rock, Michigan. Besides his wife, he is survived by five sons, Harvey, Archie and Garrett Hatt, all of Flint, and Jack and Darrell Hatt, of Fenton; four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Simpson, Mrs. Maude Bostwick, Mrs Alice Oberley, all of Flint, and Mrs. Jennie Ruple, of Fenton, two brothers, William and Blee Hatt, of Flint, one sister, Mrs. Eda Wilshire, of Flint, and eight grandchildren. (Source: Obituary, The Flint Daily Journal, Mon., Oct. 21, 1929, pg 2, col. 2)
spouse: Swain, Lucy Ellen Kate (1879 - 1927)
- m. 4 FEB 1898 in Jennings, MI

----------child: Hatt, Hazel Mildred (1900 - 1982)
----------child: Hatt, Maude Louisa (1902 - )
----------child: Hatt, Alice Jane (1903 - )
----------child: Hatt, Harvey Randolph (1905 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Hatt, Clarecy (1915 - 1917)
----------child: private
----------child: private
spouse: Rice, Rose (>1878 - >1930)
- m. ABT. 1928 in Flat Rock, MI

Haupt, Samuel (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Bennett, Jennie (>1852 - 1940)
Hauter, Andreas (~1753 - 1823)
b. ABT. 1753 in Ixheimer Muhle bei Zweibrucken, Rheinbayern
d. 11 JAN 1823 in Ixheimer Muhle bei Zweibrucken, Rheinbayern

father: Hauter, Johannes(<1735 - <1791)
mother: Schrag, Magdalena(~1735 - )
spouse: Imhof, Catharina (~1753 - )
----------child: Hauter, Catharina (~1782 - 1846)
Hauter, Catharina (~1782 - 1846)
b. ABT. 1782 in Bavaria
d. 1846 in probably Woodsdale, Butler Co., OH

father: Hauter, Andreas(~1753 - 1823)
mother: Imhof, Catharina(~1753 - )
spouse: Augspurger, Christian (1782 - 1848)
- m. 26 MAY 1805

----------child: Augspurger, Joseph (2nd) (1806 - 1864)
----------child: Augspurger, Catherine (1808 - )
----------child: Augspurger, Magdelena (1809 - 1884)
----------child: Augspurger, Barbara (1811 - 1851)
----------child: Augspurger, Christian Jr. (1813 - 1845)
----------child: Augspurger, Maria (1815 - 1866)
----------child: Augspurger, Jacob Hauter (1817 - )
----------child: Augspurger, John (1819 - 1899)
----------child: Augspurger, Jacobina (1821 - 1899)
----------child: Augspurger, Anna (1823 - 1858)
----------child: Augspurger, Samuel (1825 - 1900)
----------child: Augspurger, Frederick (1st) (1827 - 1895)
Hauter, Johannes (<1735 - <1791)
b. BEF. 1735
d. BEF. 1791 in Ixheimer Muhle bei Zweibrucken, Rheinbayern

spouse: Schrag, Magdalena (~1735 - )
----------child: Hauter, Andreas (~1753 - 1823)
Havens, Rennsselaer (~1790 - )
b. ABT. 1790

spouse: Jenkins, Anna (~1790 - )
----------child: Havens, Sarah Jenkins (1813 - 1882)
Havens, Rose (~1860 - )
b. ABT. 1860

spouse: Bement, Lewis (~1860 - )
----------child: Bement, Claude G. (1890 - 1961)
Havens, Sarah Jenkins (1813 - 1882)
b. 4 MAR 1813 in New York, NY Co., NY
d. 30 DEC 1882 in Castleton on Hudson, Staten Island, NY

father: Havens, Rennsselaer(~1790 - )
mother: Jenkins, Anna(~1790 - )
spouse: Bement, Edward (1795 - 1866)
- m. 24 DEC 1844 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY

----------child: Bement, Edward (1848 - >1910)
Hawkins, Maud (>1885 - 1937)
b. AFT. 1885
d. OCT 1937

spouse: Paddock, Norman (1885 - )
- m. 21 JUN 1905

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Hawley, Elizabeth (~1878 - >1912)
b. ABT. 1878
d. AFT. 1912 in of Lansing, Ingham Co., MI

spouse: Bement, Frank H. (1878 - 1957)
- m. 29 DEC 1903

----------child: Bement, George Willis (1905 - 1981)
Hawley, Mary (~1709 - )
b. ABT. 1709

spouse: Wolcott, John (1709 - 1773)
- m. 9 JAN 1734/35

----------child: Wolcott, Lorana (1739 - 1824)
Hawley, Thomas Jr. (<1772 - )
b. BEF. 1772

spouse: Bacon, Mary (1772 - )
Hawn\Haron, Elizabeth (~1834 - )
b. ABT. 1834

spouse: Bement, Edwin R. (1834 - 1894)
- m. 1863

----------child: Bement, Mary L. (>1863 - ~1864)
----------child: Bement, Nettie T. (>1865 - ~1866)
Hayden, Dena Sharon (1966 - 1966)
b. 27 AUG 1966 in Lansing, Ingham Co., MI
d. 28 AUG 1966 in Lansing, Ingham Co., MI

father: private
mother: private
Hayes, James Walter (1905 - 1994)
b. 18 DEC 1905 in Robinson, AR
d. 21 SEP 1994 in Colton, CA

spouse: Bement, Grachia Belle (1907 - 1974)
- m. 28 SEP 1927 in Fayetteville, Benton Co., AR

----------child: private
----------child: private
Haynes, Luverie (~1874 - )
b. ABT. 1874 in of Buffalo, Erie Co., NY

spouse: Odell, Frazier (1874 - )
- m. JUN 1891

----------child: Odell, Louise Hortense (1903 - )
Hays, Abner (~1856 - )
b. ABT. 1856

spouse: Beaumont, Judiath Roseanna (~1856 - ~1944)
Hayward, E. P. (~1885 - )
b. ABT. 1885

spouse: Green, Daughter 3 (>1885 - )
Hazen, Isabel (~1675 - )
b. ABT. 1675

spouse: Wood, John (~1675 - )
----------child: Wood, Bethiah (1703 - 1769)
Hazleton, Harriet Alice (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Mansfield, Francis Marion (~1850 - )
----------child: Mansfield, Harriet (1879 - >1912)
Heacock\Hiscock, Harris (<1801 - )
b. BEF. 1801

spouse: Barnes, Mary Ann (1801 - 1834)
- m. 10 AUG 1820 in Bridgeport, Madison Co., NY

Headley, Sabra Letta Orilla (1868 - >1945)
b. 7 OCT 1868 in Dover Twp., Athens Co., OH
d. AFT. 1945 in Michigan

spouse: Lewis, Erle M. Barnaby (1874 - 1954)
- m. ABT. 1895 in Hamilton Twp., Gratiot Co., MI

----------child: Lewis, James Alvin (~1897 - )
----------child: Lewis, Paul V. (1900 - ~1904)
----------child: Lewis, Leora M. (1904 - )
----------child: Lewis, Linton J. (1905 - 1980)
----------child: private
----------child: Lewis, Marvelle Ione (1911 - 1983)
----------child: private
Heard, James (<1821 - )
b. BEF. 1821

spouse: Hills, Emily Ann (1821 - 1887)
Heath, Edwin Theadore (1845 - )
b. 6 APR 1845 in Illinois

spouse: Allen, Emma Jennie (1856 - )
Heay, Vera Viola (1910 - 1964)
b. 1 SEP 1910 in Vacouver, B.C. Canada
d. 27 APR 1964 in Bend, OR

spouse: Shelter, Lester Earl (1903 - 1963)
- m. 15 APR 1920

----------child: Shetler, Harry Earl (1927 - 1986)
----------child: Shetler, Clarence David (1928 - 1980)
Heber, ??? (<1858 - )
b. BEF. 1858

spouse: Barnaby, Frances E. (1858 - )
Heckman, Wilbur (~1912 - <1945)
b. ABT. 1912
d. BEF. 1945

spouse: private
- m. AFT. 1932

Heilman, Esther Mae (~1900 - )
b. ABT. 1900

spouse: Riehm, Leonard O. (~1900 - )
----------child: Riehm, Mary Alice (1922 - 1984)
Hein, Dorothy (1900 - 1983)
b. 25 SEP 1900
d. MAR 1983

spouse: Augspurger, Everett (~1898 - )
Heine, Mary Elizabeth (>1896 - )
b. AFT. 1896

spouse: Sloneker, Wilbur Christian (1896 - )
- m. 23 APR 1924

Heinze, Lieselotte Annette (1912 - 1989)
b. 12 APR 1912 in Lehe, Germany
d. 14 JUL 1989 in Manson, Calhoun Co., IA

spouse: private
- m. BEF. 1934

spouse: Schertz, Ralph (1908 - 1981)
- m. 18 FEB 1941 in Nashua, Chicasaw Co., IA

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Heiser, Catherine (1814 - 1891)
b. 6 JAN 1814 in Hahnenfeld, Bayern, Germany
d. 1891 in Butler Co., OH

spouse: Augspurger, Jacob J. (1813 - 1867)
- m. 29 JUL 1838 in Madison Twp, Butler Co., OH

----------child: Augspurger, Maria A. (1834 - 1911)
----------child: Augspurger, Catherine C. (1839 - 1856)
----------child: Augspurger, Magdalena C. (1841 - )
----------child: Augspurger, Jacob C. (1843 - )
----------child: Augspurger, Anna (1845 - )
----------child: Augspurger, Josephine C. (1846 - 1921)
----------child: Augspurger, Joseph C. (1848 - 1930)
----------child: Augspurger, Christian (1850 - 1939)
----------child: Augspurger, Heinrich C. (1853 - 1931)
Helgasdotter\Helgasson, Yrsa (~0565 - )
b. ABT. 565 in Denmark

father: Mighty, Olaf(~0500 - )
mother: Helgi, ?(~0500 - )
spouse: Ottarsson, Adils (~0572 - )
----------child: Adilsson, Eystein (>0594 - )
Helgi, ? (~0500 - )
b. ABT. 500

spouse: Mighty, Olaf (~0500 - )
----------child: Helgasdotter\Helgasson, Yrsa (~0565 - )
Helm, Milton S. (1912 - 1985)
b. 22 MAR 1912
d. JAN 1985

spouse:
----------child: private
Hemen, Emma (1878 - 1904)
b. 1878 in probably at Victor, Monroe Co., NY
d. 1904

spouse: Bement, Albert W. (1874 - 1940)
Hemmingson, Johannes Wilhelm (1860 - 1907)
b. 8 OCT 1860 in Finholma, Foglo, Aland, Finland
d. 3 SEP 1907 in Klemetsby-Lumparland, Aland, Finland

spouse: Pehrsde, Hilda Kristina (1859 - 1930)
- m. 3 JUN 1887 in Klemetsby-Lumparland, Aland, Finland

----------child: Hemmingson, Karl Johan Algot (1902 - 1993)
Hemmingson, Karl Johan Algot (1902 - 1993)
b. 15 FEB 1902 in Sonboda, Foglo, Aland, Finland
d. 19 JUN 1993 in Auburn, King Co., WA

father: Hemmingson, Johannes Wilhelm(1860 - 1907)
mother: Pehrsde, Hilda Kristina(1859 - 1930)
spouse: Shelter, Pearl Ione (1915 - 1989)
- m. 1936 in Toledo, Lewis Co., WA

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
spouse: Anderson, Alice (>1902 - 1972)
- m. 5 OCT 1963

spouse: Lawson, Ruth O. (1904 - 1991)
- m. 9 JUN 1979

Hempsted, ??? (1878 - 1878)
b. 19 AUG 1878
d. 28 AUG 1878

father: Hempsted, John K.(<1847 - )
mother: Clark, Mary Francis(1847 - 1878)
Hempsted, Edith Almira (1877 - )
b. 31 JAN 1877

father: Hempsted, John K.(<1847 - )
mother: Clark, Mary Francis(1847 - 1878)
Hempsted, John K. (<1847 - )
b. BEF. 1847

spouse: Clark, Mary Francis (1847 - 1878)
- m. 26 DEC 1871

----------child: Hempsted, Murray Clark (1874 - 1876)
----------child: Hempsted, Edith Almira (1877 - )
----------child: Hempsted, ??? (1878 - 1878)
Hempsted, Murray Clark (1874 - 1876)
b. 7 APR 1874 in of Detroit, MI
d. 20 DEC 1876

father: Hempsted, John K.(<1847 - )
mother: Clark, Mary Francis(1847 - 1878)
Henbury, Arthur (~1640 - )
b. ABT. 1640

spouse: Dennis, Martha (1644 - >1700)
- m. ABT. 1689

Henderson, Daniel D. (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830

spouse: Rogers, Maria (~1830 - )
----------child: Henderson, Eva (~1862 - >1912)
Henderson, David (~1860 - )
b. ABT. 1860

spouse: Coates, Libbie (~1860 - )
----------child: Henderson, Robert Arthur (~1883 - )
Henderson, Eva (~1862 - >1912)
b. ABT. 1862
d. AFT. 1912

father: Henderson, Daniel D.(~1830 - )
mother: Rogers, Maria(~1830 - )
spouse: Bement, Alburto (1862 - >1912)
- m. 23 AUG 1910 in Berkeley, Alameda Co., CA

Henderson, John B. (~1890 - )
b. ABT. 1890

spouse: Kattelman, Minnie (~1890 - )
----------child: private
Henderson, Kate Louisa (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Douglas, William Welles (~1850 - )
----------child: Douglas, Margaret Alice (1876 - 1957)
Henderson, Pearl (1896 - 1970)
b. 13 MAR 1896 in Kansas
d. 19 MAR 1970

spouse: Bement, Marion Sylvester (1884 - 1968)
- m. 5 MAR 1916

----------child: Bement, Russell Marion (1917 - 1977)
----------child: Bement, Fred Owen (1922 - 1998)
----------child: Bement, Wayne E. (1924 - 1964)
Henderson, Robert Arthur (~1883 - )
b. ABT. 1883

father: Henderson, David(~1860 - )
mother: Coates, Libbie(~1860 - )
spouse: Odell, Charlotte Lena Esther (1883 - )
Hendrick, Reuben Sparrow (~1823 - )
b. ABT. 1823

spouse: Seymour, Calista Emma (1823 - 1895)
- m. 14 NOV 1877

Henning, Catherine (~1820 - )
b. ABT. 1820

spouse: Wehmeyer, Franz Frederick (~1820 - )
----------child: Wehmeyer, Anna Margarette (1845 - >1891)
Henry, ? I, Beauclerc, King of England (1068 - 1135)
b. SEP 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, England
d. 1 DEC 1135 in Rouen, Normandy, France

father: William, ? I, The Conqueror, King of England(1027 - 1087)
mother: Flanders, Matilda of(1032 - 1083)
HENRY I (1068-1135), third Norman king of England (1100-35), fourth son of William the Conqueror. Henry was born in Selby. Because his father, who died in 1087, left him no land, Henry made several unsuccessful attempts to gain territories on the Continent. On the death of his brother William II in 1100, Henry took advantage of the absence of another brother-Robert (c. 1054-1134), who had a prior claim to the throne-to seize the royal treasury and have himself crowned king at Westminster. Henry subsequently secured his position with the nobles and with the church by issuing a charter of liberties that acknowledged the feudal rights of the nobles and the rights of the church.

In 1101 Robert, who was duke of Normandy, invaded England, but Henry persuaded him to withdraw by promising him a pension and military aid on the Continent. In 1102 Henry put down a revolt of nobles, who subsequently took refuge in Normandy, where they were aided by Robert. By defeating Robert at Tinchebray, France, in 1106, Henry won Normandy. During the rest of his reign, however, he constantly had to put down uprisings that threatened his rule in Normandy. The conflict between Henry and Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, over the question of lay investiture (the appointment of church officials by the king), was settled in 1107 by a compromise that left the king with substantial control in the matter. Because he had no surviving male heir, Henry was forced to designate his daughter Matilda (1102-67) as his heiress. After his death on Dec. 1, 1135, at Lyons-la-Foret, Normandy, however, Henry's nephew, Stephen of Blois, usurped the throne, plunging the country into a protracted civil war that ended only with the accession of Matilda's son, Henry II, in 1154.

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spouse: Matilda, Princess of Scotland (1080 - 1118)
- m. 11 NOV 1100 in Westminister Abbey

----------child: Matilda, Princess of England (1102 - 1167)
----------child: Aetheling, William Duke of Normandy (1103 - 1120)
spouse: Lorraine, Adelicia of Lower (>1068 - 1151)
- m. AFT. 1118

Henry, ? II, King of England (1133 - 1189)
b. 5 MAR 1132/33 in Le Mans, Sarthe, France
d. 6 JUL 1189 in Chinon Castle, Tours, France

father: Plantagenet, Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou(1113 - 1151)
mother: Matilda, Princess of England(1102 - 1167)
HENRY II (1133-89), king of England (1154-89), first monarch of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet, an important administrative reformer, who was one of the most powerful European rulers of his time. Born March 5, 1133, at Le Mans, France, Henry became duke of Normandy in 1151. The following year, on the death of his father, he inherited the Angevin territories in France. By his marriage in 1152 to Eleanor of Aquitaine, Henry added vast territories in southwestern France to his possessions. Henry claimed the English kingship through his mother, Matilda (1102-67). She had been designated the heiress of Henry I but had been deprived of the succession by her cousin, Stephen of Blois, who made himself king.

In 1153 Henry defeated Stephen's armies in England and compelled the king to choose him as his successor; on Stephen's death, the following year, Henry became king. During the first few years of his reign Henry quelled the disorders that had developed during Stephen's reign, regained the northern counties of England, which had previously been ceded to Scotland, and conquered North Wales. In 1171-72 he began the Norman conquest of Ireland and in 1174 forced William the Lion, king of the Scots, to recognize him as overlord. In 1164 Henry became involved in a quarrel with Thomas a Becket, whom he had appointed archbishop of Canterbury. By the Constitutions of Clarendon, the king decreed that priests accused of crimes should be tried in royal courts; Becket claimed that such cases should be handled by ecclesiastical courts, and the controversy that followed ended in 1170 with Becket's murder by four of Henry's knights. Widespread indignation over the murder forced the king to rescind his decree and recognize Becket as a martyr. Although he failed to subject the church to his courts, Henry's judicial reforms were of lasting significance. In England he established a centralized system of justice accessible to all freemen and administered by judges who traveled around the country at regular intervals. He also began the process of replacing the old trial by ordeal with modern court procedures.

From the beginning of his reign, Henry was involved in conflict with Louis VII, King of France, and later with Louis's successor, Philip II, over the French provinces that Henry claimed. A succession of rebellions against Henry, headed by his sons and furthered by Philip II and by Eleanor of Aquitaine, began in 1173 and continued until his death at Chinon, France, on July 6, 1189. (Note: Eleanor of Aquitaine was the divorced first wife of King Louis VII of France). Henry was succeeded by his son Richard I, called Richard the Lion-Hearted.

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Henry's "Third Concubine", Aliz De Porhoët, gave birth to his son, William De Longespée, about 1173. William became Earl of Salisbury and it was through the descendants of this line and the subsequent marriage of Alice Botilier to Nicholas deSandford about 1350 that merged his ancestors and descendants into the Thomas Sanford line (1608-1681), and ultimately into the Bement line in 1893 with the marriage of Susan Belle Sanford (1872-1899) to William Henry Bement. (Source: Dennis Gene BeMent, August, 1997)

Henry II is further researched on a web site from a professor at the University of Hull, UK. This may be accessed directly at: http://www.tardis.ed.ac.uk/cgi/bct/gedlkup/n=royal?royal01371

Dennis Gene BeMent November, 1997

spouse: de Porhoët, Aliz Third Concubine of Henry II (~1153 - 1204)
----------child: de Longespée, William Earl of Salisbury (~1173 - 1226)
spouse: Aquitaine, Eleanor of Dutchess of Aquitaine (1122 - 1204)
- m. 18 MAY 1152 in Bordeaux Cathedral, Bordeaux, France

----------child: Richard, ? I, The Lionhearted, King of England (1157 - 1199)
----------child: Plantagenet, Eleanor (1162 - 1214)
----------child: John, Lackland King of England (1167 - 1216)
Henry, ? III, King of England (1207 - 1272)
b. 1 OCT 1207 in Winchester, England
d. 16 NOV 1272 in St. Edmundsbury, England

father: John, Lackland King of England(1167 - 1216)
mother: Taillefer, Isabella(1188 - 1246)
Henry III (of England) (1207-72), king of England (1216-72), son and successor of King John (Lackland), and a member of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet. Henry ascended the throne at the age of nine, on the death of his father. During his minority the kingdom was ruled by William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, as regent, but after his death in 1219 the justiciar Hubert de Burgh was the chief power in the government. During the regency the French, who occupied much of eastern England, were expelled, and rebellious barons were subdued.

Henry was declared of age in 1227. In 1232 he dismissed Hubert de Burgh from his court and commenced ruling without the aid of ministers. Henry displeased the barons by filling government and church offices with foreign favorites, many of them relatives of his wife, Eleanor of Provence, whom he married in 1236, and by squandering money on Continental wars, especially in France. In order to secure the throne of Sicily for one of his sons, Henry agreed to pay the pope a large sum. When the king requested money from the barons to pay his debt, they refused and in 1258 forced him to agree to the Provisions of Oxford, whereby he agreed to share his power with a council of barons. Henry soon repudiated his oath, however, with papal approval. After a brief period of war, the matter was referred to the arbitration of Louis IX, King of France, who decided in Henry's favor in a judgment called the Mise of Amiens (1264). Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, accordingly led the barons into war, defeated Henry at Lewes, and took him prisoner. In 1265, however, Henry's son and heir, Edward, later King Edward I, led the royal troops to victory over the barons at Evesham, about 40.2 km (about 25 mi) south of Birmingham. Simon de Montfort was killed in the battle, and the barons agreed to a compromise with Edward and his party in 1267. From that time on Edward ruled England, and when Henry died, he succeeded him as king.

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spouse: Provence, Eleanor of (1217 - 1291)
- m. 14 JAN 1234/35 in Canterbury, England

----------child: Edward, ? I, Longshanks, King of England (1239 - 1307)
----------child: Margaret, Princess of England (1240 - 1275)
Henry, ? IV, King of England (1366 - 1413)
b. APR 1366 in Bolingbroke Castle
d. 20 MAR 1412/13

father: Gaunt, John of Duke of Lancaster(1340 - 1300)
mother: Lancaster, Blanche of(>1340 - 1369)
Henry IV (of England) (1367-1413), king of England (1399-1413), the first of the house of Lancaster.

Henry was born in Bolingbroke Castle in April 1367, the son of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster. He was also known as Henry of Lancaster and Henry of Bolingbroke. From 1387 to 1390 he was a leader of the party that opposed his cousin King Richard II. Henry subsequently fought with the Teutonic Knights against the Lithuanians and made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. After his return to England he allied himself with the king. Because of a quarrel with Thomas Mowbray, 1st duke of Norfolk, in 1398, Henry was exiled for six years by Richard, who promised that Henry would not lose his inheritance. When Henry's father died, however, Richard confiscated the Lancastrian estates willed to Henry. Consequently, Henry raised an army, invaded England, and captured Richard, who later abdicated.

In 1399 Henry was elected king by Parliament. The following year he suppressed a revolt of nobles who supported Richard. The Scots and the Welsh, aided by the French, then began a rebellion against the English crown. The Scots were defeated (1402) at Humbleton Hill, but the Welsh continued the rebellion for seven years under the leadership of the Welsh chief Owen Glendower. In 1403 the Percy family rebelled against Henry because they were dissatisfied with the rewards for service he had bestowed upon them; they were defeated in the Battle of Shrewsbury in the same year. Wars and rebellions persisted after that date but diminished in number. During his reign Henry IV persecuted the religious sect known as the Lollards. He died in London on March 20, 1413, and was succeeded by his son, Henry V.

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spouse: de Bohun, Mary (>1366 - 1394)
----------child: Henry, ? V, King of England (1387 - 1422)
Henry, ? IV, King of France (1553 - 1610)
b. 1553
d. 1610

spouse:
----------child: France, Henrietta Maria of (1609 - 1669)
Henry, ? V, Emperor of Germany (1086 - 1125)
b. 8 NOV 1086 in Goslar, Germany
d. 23 MAY 1125 in Utrecht
Henry V (Holy Roman Empire) (1086-1125), German king (1098-1125) and Holy Roman emperor (1106-25), last of the Salian emperors, who enlarged the German Kingdom and ended its civil war.

Henry was born on November 8, 1086, in Goslar, Germany. Fearing that his succession was endangered, Henry rebelled against his father, Emperor Henry IV, in 1104, captured him, and forced him to abdicate. The young Henry became undisputed ruler on the death of his father in 1106.

In 1110 Henry agreed to respect the decree of Pope Paschal II against lay investiture, that is, the king's right to confer symbols of authority on church officials, providing that the pope would crown him and that the church would surrender all its secular property and rights within the empire. Because Henry's demand raised such a furor among the clergy when it was announced to them on the day of coronation, Paschal refused to crown Henry, who thereupon departed from Rome, taking the pope prisoner. To gain his freedom, the pope allowed Henry the power of investiture and crowned him emperor, but in 1112 he retracted his concessions. From 1114 to 1121 many of the German princes rebelled against Henry. Although northern Germany was in revolt in 1116, Henry invaded Italy to seize the territories that had been left to the papacy by Matilda, countess of Tuscany. After driving Pope Paschal from Rome, Henry had himself recrowned in 1117 by Maurice Bourdin, archbishop of Braga, whom he established as the antipope Gregory VIII (died about 1137) after the death of Paschal in 1118. Henry was accordingly excommunicated by Paschal's successor, Pope Gelasius II (reigned 1118-19).

On returning to Germany, Henry concluded peace with his former domestic enemies at the Diet of Würzburg in 1121. By the Concordat of Worms in 1122 he established a compromise on investiture with the papacy, abandoning the antipope Gregory VIII; he was then reinstated in the communion of the church, but retained the right to appoint church officials. In the last year of his reign the emperor, in alliance with his father-in-law, Henry I of England, led an unsuccessful expedition against Louis VI of France. Henry died in Utrecht on May 23, 1125, and was succeeded by Lothair II.

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spouse: Matilda, Princess of England (1102 - 1167)
- m. 1120

Henry, ? V, King of England (1387 - 1422)
b. 16 SEP 1387 in Monmouth
d. 31 AUG 1422 in Vincennes, France

father: Henry, ? IV, King of England(1366 - 1413)
mother: de Bohun, Mary(>1366 - 1394)
Henry V (of England) (1387-1422), king of England (1413-22), known for his victorious campaigns against France, born at Monmouth in August or September 1387. He was the son and successor of Henry IV. In 1403 Henry led the royal army that defeated the rebellious Percy family, led by Sir Henry Percy, at Shrewsbury. He also commanded the English forces that put down the revolt of the Welsh chief Owen Glendower. In 1410-11, when his father was incapacitated by illness, Henry headed the royal council, but was removed after a political quarrel with his father. On succeeding to the throne in 1413 Henry V restored Sir Henry Percy's son to his lands and titles; he also honorably reburied at Westminster Abbey the remains of Richard II, who had been deposed by Henry IV and had died in prison during the latter's reign. The new king continued his father's policy in persecuting the religious sect known as the Lollards and executed their leader, Sir John Oldcastle, in 1417.

In 1415 Henry warred against France, winning in that same year the Battle of Agincourt. The following year he allied himself with the Holy Roman emperor Sigismund, and in 1417 he began the conquest of Normandy, completing it with the capture of Rouen two years later. He concluded a peace treaty with Charles VI of France at Troyes in 1420, obtaining Charles's daughter, Catherine of Valois, in marriage and securing the promise of succession to the French throne on the death of Charles. When Henry returned to England in 1421, leaving his brother Thomas, duke of Clarence, as governor of Normandy, the French rose in opposition to English rule and defeated the duke. Henry returned to France for a third campaign, but he became ill and died. He was the most influential ruler in western Europe at the time of his death in Vincennes, France, August 31, 1422. He was succeeded by his son Henry VI.

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spouse: Valois, Katherine of (1401 - 1437)
- m. 1420

----------child: Henry, ? VI, King of England (1421 - 1471)
Henry, ? VI, King of England (1421 - 1471)
b. 6 DEC 1421 in Windsor, England
d. 21 MAY 1471 in murdered at prayer, Tower of London

father: Henry, ? V, King of England(1387 - 1422)
mother: Valois, Katherine of(1401 - 1437)
Henry VI (of England) (1421-71), king of England (1422-61, 1470-71), the last of the house of Lancaster.

The son of King Henry V and Queen Catherine of Valois, Henry was born at Windsor on December 6, 1421. He never showed any aptitude for government, and throughout his reign the English court was dominated by competing aristocratic factions. Like his father, he claimed the crown of France, but France gradually freed itself from English control between 1430 and 1453. In 1445 Henry married a French princess, Margaret of Anjou. During the 1450s a group of nobles sought to replace him with Richard, duke of York, the next in line of succession to the throne. The resulting civil conflict between the houses of Lancaster and York, known as the Wars of the Roses, began in 1455. After intermittent fighting Henry was captured by the Yorkists at Northampton and was compelled to acknowledge Richard rather than his own infant son as successor. In 1460 Richard was killed by Henry's forces at Wakefield. Richard's son subsequently became leader of the Yorkists and proclaimed himself king as Edward IV.

Henry and his queen escaped to Scotland, where they remained until 1464. In that year he returned to take part in a rebellion against Edward but was captured (1465) and imprisoned in the Tower of London. He had suffered attacks of insanity all his life and was now completely incapacitated. Nevertheless, he became nominal ruler again in 1470. Dethroned the following year and returned to the tower by Edward, he died there on May 21, 1471, probably murdered on Edward's order.

Henry, who founded Eton College and King's College, University of Cambridge, was venerated by many as a saint because of his piety.

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History of Wars of the Roses: Wars of the Roses (1455-1485) is a name given later to a series of battles fought by two rival branches of the Plantagenet dynasty for control of the English throne in the 15th century. Each family had a rose as its emblem - white for the York family, red for the House of Lancaster.

The struggle started when Richard of York claimed the throne from the weak Lancastrian kings, Henry VI. In 1460 Richard captured Henry, and was made heir to the throne; but he was killed in the same year and the Yorkist claim passed on to Edward, Duke of York, who was crowned Edward IV in 1461.

In 1470, however, Henry VI was briefly restored to the throne by his cousin the Earl of Warwick. On Edward's death, his brother Richard III usurped the throne, but alienated Yorkists helped the only remaining Lancastrian claimant, Henry Tudor (later Henry VII), to defeat Richard at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.

He was crowned Henry VII and married Edward IV's daughter, Elizabeth of York, to put an end to the family rivalry.

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spouse: Anjou, Margaret of (1429 - 1482)
- m. 1445

----------child: Edward, Prince of Wales (1453 - 1471)
Henry, ? VII, King of England (1457 - 1509)
b. 28 JAN 1456/57 in Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales
d. 24 APR 1509 in Richmond, Surrey, England

father: Tudor, Edmund Earl of Richmond(<1443 - ~1456)
mother: Beaufort, Lady Margaret(1443 - 1509)
Henry VII (of England), often called Henry Tudor (1457-1509), king of England (1485-1509) and first ruler of the house of Tudor, whose reign initiated a period of national unity following the strife of the 15th century.

Henry, the son of Edmund Tudor, earl of Richmond (1430?-56), and Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (a direct descendant of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster), was born on January 28, 1457, in Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire. After the Yorkist king Edward IV seized the throne from the Lancastrian Henry VI in 1471, Henry Tudor, a Lancastrian, took refuge in Brittany. He became head of the house of Lancaster on the death of Henry VI in the same year. In 1483, taking advantage of the indignation aroused against Edward's successor, Richard III, whose nephews, Edward V and Richard, duke of York (1472-83), were murdered in the Tower of London, presumably on Richard's order, Henry crossed over to Wales, where he gathered an army of supporters. In 1485, at Bosworth Field in England, he met and defeated Richard, who was killed during the battle. Henry Tudor was subsequently crowned Henry VII in London. In the following year he married the Yorkist heiress, Elizabeth (1465-1503), eldest daughter of Edward IV, uniting the houses of York and Lancaster and ending the Wars of the Roses.

After his accession Henry had to contend with several Yorkist uprisings, notably one led by the English impostor Lambert Simnel (circa 1471-1534), who claimed to be Edward, earl of Warwick (1475-99), the last Yorkist claimant to the throne. The real earl of Warwick was actually imprisoned by Henry in the Tower of London at the time. Another revolt was led by the Walloon impostor Perkin Warbeck, who claimed to be Richard, duke of York, the younger of the murdered sons of Edward IV. Although both impostors had strong backing in England and abroad, their forces were defeated by Henry. In 1494 Henry sent the English statesman Sir Edward Poynings (1459-1521) to Ireland to reestablish English control in that country. Henry managed to maintain peaceful relations with Austria, Spain, and France throughout most of his years as king. The reorganization in 1487 of the Star Chamber was one of several means by which Henry strengthened the royal power over the nobles. He died in Richmond, Surrey, on April 21, 1509, and was succeeded by his second son, Henry VIII.

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spouse: York, Elizabeth Plantagenet of (1465 - 1503)
- m. 18 JAN 1485/86

----------child: Arthur, Prince of Wales (1486 - 1502)
----------child: Tudor, Margaret Princess of England (1489 - 1541)
----------child: Henry, ? VIII, King of England (1491 - 1547)
----------child: Tudor, Mary (1498 - 1533)
Henry, ? VIII, King of England (1491 - 1547)
b. 28 JUN 1491 in Greenwich Palace, London, England
d. 28 JAN 1546/47 in Whitehall Palace, London, England

father: Henry, ? VII, King of England(1457 - 1509)
mother: York, Elizabeth Plantagenet of(1465 - 1503)
Henry VIII (1491-1547), king of England (1509-1547), and founder of the Church of England. The son of King Henry VII, he profoundly influenced the character of the English monarchy.

Henry was born in London. On the death of his father in 1509, he succeeded to the throne. He then married his brother's widow Catherine of Aragón, having been betrothed to her through a papal dispensation secured in 1503. This union was the first of Henry's six marriages, which were affected by the political and religious conditions of the time and by the monarch's increasingly despotic behavior. At the beginning of his reign, Henry's good looks and hearty personality, his fondness for sport and the hunt, and his military prowess endeared him to his subjects. A monarch of the Renaissance, a period of renewed interest in the arts and learning, he entertained numerous scholars and artists, including the German painter Hans Holbein the Younger, who painted several famous portraits of the king and members of his court.

A Question of Divorce In 1511 Henry joined in the Holy League against France, and in 1513 he led the English forces through a victorious campaign in northern France. Deserted by his allies, Henry arranged a marriage in 1514 between his sister Mary and Louis XII of France, with whom he formed an alliance. Louis's successor, Francis I, met Henry at a magnificently staged meeting on the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520, but no significant political decisions resulted from this meeting. In 1525 riots broke out in England in protest against Henry's attempt to levy taxes for military purposes, and he withdrew from major military activity in Europe.

In 1527 Henry announced his desire to divorce his wife, on the grounds that the papal dispensation making the marriage possible was invalid. The chief reason for the divorce, however, was that Catherine had failed to produce a male heir. Her only surviving child was Mary, later Mary I of England. In addition, Henry was in love with Anne Boleyn, a young and beautiful lady-in-waiting of the queen. Several obstacles, however, stood in the way of the divorce. Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, Catherine's nephew, strongly opposed the divorce, and Pope Clement VII, whom Charles had made a prisoner, could not invalidate the marriage without displeasing his captor. In 1528 the pope was persuaded to appoint the English cardinal and statesman Thomas Wolsey and Lorenzo Campeggio, a papal legate, to try the case in an English legatine court. In 1529, the pope summoned the case to Rome. When the prospect of securing a papal annulment seemed hopeless, Henry dismissed Wolsey and appointed Sir Thomas More. The latter, however, was reluctant to support the divorce.

The Break with the Papacy Henry now proceeded to dissolve one by one the ties to the papacy. With the aid of parliamentary legislation, he first secured control of the clergy, compelling that group in 1532 to acknowledge him as head of the English church. In the following year Henry secretly married Anne Boleyn, who was crowned queen after Henry's obedient archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, declared the marriage with Catherine void and that with Anne valid. An act of succession affirmed the declaration of the archbishop and established Anne's progeny as heirs to the throne. Anne's only surviving child, Elizabeth, later Elizabeth I, was born in 1533.

Although Henry was immediately excommunicated, he repudiated papal jurisdiction in 1534 and made himself the supreme ecclesiastical authority in England. The English people were required to affirm under oath Henry's supremacy and the act of succession. Sir Thomas More and the English cardinal John Fisher were executed for refusing to accept the religious supremacy of the English monarch. Henry dissolved the monastic communities and gave much of their property to the nobles in exchange for their support.

In 1536, after charging Anne Boleyn with incest and adultery, Henry had her executed. A few days after Anne's death, Henry married Jane Seymour, who died in 1537 after bearing Henry's only legitimate son, Edward, later Edward VI. A marriage was arranged in 1540 with Anne of Cleves in order to form a tie between England and the Protestant princes of Germany. Because Anne was unattractive and because Henry found the political alliance no longer to his advantage, he divorced her after several months and married Catherine Howard in the same year. She was executed summarily in 1542 for allegedly having been unchaste prior to marriage and having committed adultery. In the following year Henry married his sixth wife, Catherine Parr, who survived him.

Between 1542 and 1546 Henry was involved in war with Scotland and France. His troops defeated the Scots at Solway Moss in 1542. They captured Boulogne-sur-Mer from the French in 1544, and when peace was made in 1546 Henry received an indemnity from France. He died in London on January 28, 1547. Henry was succeeded by his son, Edward VI.

Effects of Henry's Reign Although he altered the church, Henry did not wish to introduce Protestant doctrine. Those who refused to accept Church of England teachings as well as those who rejected Henry's authority over the church were executed. The licensing of an English translation of the Bible, the issuance of Cranmer's litany, and the translation into English of certain parts of the traditional service were the only important religious changes made during Henry's reign. In terms of the monarchy, he intensified the authoritarian elements characteristic of the Tudor dynasty to which he belonged. He developed a strong government that was used powerfully in the reign of Elizabeth I.

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spouse: Aragon, Catherine of (1485 - 1536)
- m. JUN 1509

----------child: Mary, ? I, Queen of England (1516 - 1558)
spouse: Boleyn, Anne (1507 - 1536)
- m. 25 JAN 1533/34

----------child: Elizabeth, ? I, Queen of England (1533 - 1603)
spouse: Seymour, Jane (~1509 - 1537)
- m. 20 MAY 1536

----------child: Edward, ? VI, King of England (1537 - 1553)
spouse: Cleves, Anne of (1515 - 1557)
- m. 6 JAN 1539/40 in Greenwich Palace, London, England

spouse: Howard, Catherine Countess of Norfolk (1521 - 1542)
- m. 28 JUL 1540

spouse: Parr, Catherine (1512 - 1548)
- m. 12 JUL 1543

Henry, Bishop of Winchester (~1106 - 1171)
b. ABT. 1106
d. 1171

father: Stephen, Count of Blois(<1076 - )
mother: Adela, Princess of England(1062 - 1135)
Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1640 - 1660)
b. 1640
d. 1660

father: Charles, ? I, King of England(1600 - 1650)
mother: France, Henrietta Maria of(1609 - 1669)
Henry, Duke of Lancaster (>1310 - )
b. AFT. 1310

spouse:
----------child: Lancaster, Blanche of (>1340 - 1369)
Henry, Earl of Huntington (1110 - 1152)
b. 1110 in of Huntingdon, Scotland
d. 12 JUN 1152 in Scotland

father: David, ? I, The Saint, King of Scotland(1084 - 1153)
mother: Huntington, Matilda of(~1072 - 1130)
spouse: de Warenne, Ada (~1120 - 1178)
- m. 1134

----------child: Malcolm, ? IV, the Maiden, King of Scotland (1142 - 1165)
----------child: William, ? I, the Lion, King of Scotland (1143 - 1214)
----------child: David, Earl of Huntingdon (1144 - 1219)
Henry, Sarah Maria (1873 - )
b. FEB 1873 in Michigan

spouse: Hooker, Melvin Q. (1864 - 1920)
- m. 9 JUL 1893

----------child: Hooker, Guy Clifton (1894 - 1926)
----------child: Hooker, Thurlow C. (1905 - 1930)
Henry, Simeon Nelson (~1819 - )
b. ABT. 1819 in of Springfield, Hampden Co., MA

spouse: Seymour, Mary Harriet (1819 - 1898)
- m. 13 MAY 1846

Henson, Nellie Hartman (>1878 - )
b. AFT. 1878

spouse: Augspurger, Milton Goldsmith (1878 - 1959)
- m. 15 OCT 1906

Hepburn, James 4th Earl of Bothwell (~1540 - 1578)
b. ABT. 1540
d. 1578

spouse: Mary, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587)
- m. AFT. 1567

Herbert, ? II, Count of Vermandois (0881 - 0943)
b. 881 in Vermandois, Normandy, France
d. 23 FEB 942/43

spouse: Hildebrante, Princess of France (>0884 - >0931)
- m. BEF. 907

----------child: Vermandois, Alisa (Artelia) of (~0910 - 0959)
Herr, Adaline (~1862 - )
b. ABT. 1862

spouse: Augspurger, Albert Holly (1864 - 1949)
- m. 12 OCT 1886

Herridge, Nellie King (>1848 - )
b. AFT. 1848

spouse: Edminster, Howard Simmons (1848 - 1919)
- m. AFT. 1896

Herring, Harriet (>1790 - )
b. AFT. 1790

father: Herring, Joseph(~1769 - )
mother: Barnes, Phoebe(1769 - 1855)
HARRIET HERRING was the wife of a tavern keeper in good circumstances, and inferentially, in a good location, but whether it was Pompey, Manlius, or some other Lake Country village is unknown. It is believed that they had no children. (Source: Excerpts from a letter from Parlina G. (Burnham) Stoddard, grand daughter of Phoebe Barnes). (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 161e)

Herring, Joseph (~1769 - )
b. ABT. 1769
JOSEPH HERRING mysteriously disappeared. No trace of him was ever found. Sometime, years later, Phebe (Barnes) Herring removed to Central New York with her two children, making the journey with relatives, no doubt. There she met and married Mark St. John. Always, however, in spite of the possible desertion she cherished the memory of her first husband. (Source: Excerpts from a letter form Parlina G. (Burnham) Stoddard, grand daughter of Phoebe Barnes) (Source: Bement Chronicles in America, 1928, p. 161e)
spouse: Barnes, Phoebe (1769 - 1855)
- m. AFT. 1790

----------child: Herring, Harriet (>1790 - )
----------child: Herring, Levi (>1791 - )
Herring, Levi (>1791 - )
b. AFT. 1791

father: Herring, Joseph(~1769 - )
mother: Barnes, Phoebe(1769 - 1855)
LEVI HERRING was gifted in music. He may not have married and is believed to have died before his prime. (Source: Excerpts from a letter form Parlina G. (Burnham) Stoddard, grand daughter of Phoebe Barnes). (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 161e)

Herstal, Pepin of Mayor of the Palace (~0635 - 0714)
b. ABT. 635 in of Herstal, Liege, Belgium
d. 16 DEC 714 in Junille, Meuse, France

father: Andegisus), Anchises (or(*0600 - 0685)
mother: Begga, ?(*0604 - )
Pepin of Herstal (635?-714), Carolingian mayor of the palace, who reunited the Frankish realms in the late Merovingian period. A grandson of Pepin the Elder, he succeeded to his position in the kingdom of Austrasia around 680. In 687 he extended Carolingian rule to the other Frankish kingdoms, Neustria and Burgundy, but retained members of the Merovingian dynasty as figurehead monarchs in all three. Two years later he extended his control over the Frisians, a pagan people living on the North Sea coast. Pepin's death was followed by a civil war and the succession of his illegitimate son Charles Martel.

Carolingian, sometimes called Carlovingian, second dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled parts of Western Europe from the 7th to the 10th centuries. The family was descended from Pepin the Elder of Landen, a powerful landowner who served Clotaire II, the Merovingian king of the Franks, as mayor of the palace of Austrasia from around 584 to 629. Pepin's grandson, Pepin of Herstal, eventually succeeded to the mayor's position, and by AD 687 he had become the effective ruler of the entire Frankish kingdom, although the Merovingians nominally wielded the royal power. Pepin of Herstal was in turn succeeded by his illegitimate son, Charles Martel, and by two grandsons, Carloman and Pepin the Short. Carloman later abdicated, and in 751 Pepin the Short was crowned as the first Carolingian king of the Franks. This date is generally regarded as the beginning of the Carolingian dynasty. It is historically significant that Pepin was the first Frankish king whose coronation was sanctified by the Roman Catholic church.

Pepin the Short was succeeded by his two sons, Carloman and Charlemagne, who at first ruled the kingdom jointly. After 771 Charlemagne was sole ruler and vastly increased the kingdom. At its greatest extent, it included what is now France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Low Countries, and northern Italy. On December 25, 800, Charlemagne was crowned the first emperor of the revived Western Roman Empire. As emperor, Charlemagne established his court as a center of learning, thus beginning the Carolingian Renaissance (see Romanesque Art and Architecture). Charlemagne achieved fame in many parts of the world for his promotion of education and the arts. When he died, his son Louis I inherited the kingdom. Upon his death, the kingdom was divided among his three surviving sons, who fought each other for the title of emperor. In 843 the kingdom was formally divided by the Treaty of Verdun. Thereafter the power of the dynasty further declined. The German line, which also ruled the Holy Roman Empire, became extinct in 911 and was replaced by the Saxons; the French line held power until 987, when it was succeeded by the Capetians.

Funk + Wagnall's Encyclopedia Pepin of Herstal (635?-714), Carolingian mayor of the palace, who reunited the Frankish realms in the late Merovingian period. A grandson of Pepin the Elder, he succeeded to his position in the kingdom of Austrasia around 680. In 687 he extended Carolingian rule to the other Frankish kingdoms, Neustria and Burgundy, but retained members of the Merovingian dynasty as figurehead monarchs in all three. Two years later he extended his control over the Frisians, a pagan people living on the North Sea coast. Pepin's death was followed by a civil war and the succession of his illegitimate son Charles Martel.

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spouse: Pepin, First Concubine of (~0654 - )
----------child: Martel, Charles Mayor of the Palace (0676 - 0741)
Heuhouse, ??? (~1740 - )
b. ABT. 1740

spouse: Goldschmidt, Jean Henry (<1740 - )
----------child: Goldschmidt, Madelaine (<1765 - 1808)

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