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|51||Obituary Request for Gerald Maus|
|52||Pension Application of Bettie Olivia Reid Watkins|
The widowed Bettie was application for her late husband's pension.
|53||PHILPOTT - Christie's Lists Two Carved Pedestals by John Philpott|
|54||SCHIFFERLY / SHIFFERLY - Obituary of Carrie Todd Shifferly|
Printed in the Bluffton News, Bluffton, Ohio, March, 1944
|55||SCHIFFERLY /SHIFFERLY - The Old Schifferly Family Log House|
The log house, later covered with siding, is where Emma Schifferly was born and where she was married to William Neuenschwander. It was located on Phillips Road near Bluffton, Ohio
|56||SCHWARTZ / SWARTZ Excerpt from Hancock County, Ohio Marriage Records 1828 - 1864|
This shows the three Schwartz sisters and the names of their grooms and the date of their marriages.
|57||The will of Ann Minson Wyburn|
Ann was the first wife of Job Wyburn (1806-1892). Job deserted Ann and their children in 1850 when he emigrated to the United States where, in time, he married again and had a second family.
|58||TODD - Family of William John Todd and Jeanette Patterson Todd in 1870 Census|
This record has been chosen as it is the only one that shows the entire family together -- everyone from their eldest child, James Stead Todd, to the infant, Andrew Todd, is listed in this census.
|59||TODD - Irish Map|
This map shows an area of Northern Ireland just north of Belfast and includes the towns of Ballyeaston, Coggrey, Ballyclaire, Walkmill, Kilbride and Skilganahan -- all of which are mentioned in the research done to find more about the ancestors of William John Todd.
|60||TODD - William John Todd Research|
In 2007 a Canadian professional genealogist was visiting Northern Ireland, and I asked him to see if he could find anything about my Todd ancestors from the few scraps of information I have about William John Todd. This short document was the result, and all it really shows is where I might focus future activity.
|61||TOGGENBURGER - Cousins Sue Estate of Samuel Toggenburger|
|62||Township Map of Lynn Township,Hardin County, Ohio|
This shows the location of the homestead of Joseph Wyburn, Sr. and his family. The diagonal line above his land is marked as the Kenton Turnpike which is now Ohio Rte. 67 running diagonally across Kenton County through the county seat, Kenton.
|63||Transcribed Will of Frazier Taylor, Sr.|
|64||Transcription of the Will of Christian Wyburn Emery|
This will identifies a number of relatives of Mrs. Emery. Most importantly because she identifies a brother, Timothy Elms Wyburn, it shows where she fits in the various generations of Wyburn family members.
|65||VARIOUS - Map of Richland Township, Allen County, Ohio - about 1880|
This map shows property boundaries of those living in the township at the time. Highlighted are the properties of those who are included in this database. It is very possible that I have not highlighted some of those in the database.
Along the edges of the map are the names of the roads that pass through this township.
|66||WATKINS - Presidential Candidate Watkins Makes Sure His Wash is Dry|
|67||WATKINS - The Will of William White Watkins|
In the name of the benevolent father of all, I, Wm W. Watkins do make and publish this my last will and testament which is as follows, to wit:
Item 1st: I want all my just debts and funeral expenses paid.
Item 2nd: I wish my wife provided for as follows. I wish her to have the one third of the nett [sic] proceeds of the farm I now own until the farm is sold. I think it best not to sell the farm until after the death of my wife unless by the mutual consent of all parties interested. My wife to enjoy and have the above benefits during her natural lifetime. After her death then if the farm has not been sold by mutual consent then I wish the farm sold and the money divided equally among my heirs. I wish and appoint my executor to have full control of the farm to rent and look after the general interest of the farm, collect all rents, pay taxes, keep up repairs and after paying my wife her share of the rent and all expenses, then what is left is to be divided equally among my heirs yearly.
Item 3rd: In regard to my personal property, I want my effects sold at public auction with the exception of my buggy and harness and one horse worth not less than forty dollars which I hereby give to my wife, Susan.
Item 4th: I have loaned money to some of my children and hold their notes for the sums so loaned. Now if any of said notes remain unpaid at the Final Settlement of my estate, then in the divide said notes shall count as money to said heirs owing the same.
Item 5th: I hereby request and appoint that my son, James H. Watkins as Executor of this my last will and testament and that he shall not be required to give Bond with Sureties.
Dated this 12th day of February, 1897
W. W. Watkins
Signed and acknowledged before us and in our presence:
|68||WATKINS - Ticket Named by Prohibitionists|
Aaron Watkins chosen as Vice Presidential Candidate
|69||Will of Christian Wyburn Emery|
This is the document from which the transcription was made.
|70||Will of Grace Abigail Watkins Taylor|
|71||Will of James Watkins, Sr. of Sussex County, Virginia|
|72||WYBURN - Excerpt from Manifest of the Ship Grecian Monarch arriving in the Port of New York, September, 1883.|
Among its passengers, this ship carried four more Wyburns: two bakers and two tailors. It is unclear just who two of these Wyburns were.
|73||WYBURN - Excerpt from the Manifest of the Ship Margaret Evans, Jan. 14, 1860|
This shows the brothers, Joseph and George Minson Wyburn, arriving in the Port of New York from London.
|74||ZELLER - Excerpts from a History of Mount Cory, Ohio|
Contains references or pictures of various people found in this genealogy.
|75||ZELLER - Francis Augustus Zeller's Minister's License|
|76||ZELLER - Marriage License for William M. Hughes and Caroline Zeller Shifferly|
William and Caroline married after the deaths of their first spouses.