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201 MARRIAGE: May never married. Flynn, Mary (I69)
 
202 MARRIAGE: [ This Eli Coder is listed as marrying Rebecca Wyatt in " Pioneer Weddings " , however, dates do not agree with those given in " History of Spencerville " which shows Eli Coder (b. Aft 1867, son of Samuel Coder), also marrying Rebecca Wyatt.]--SH Coder, Eli J. (I128)
 
203 Married Bef 1511 Family F555
 
204 Mary L Eaton
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=423c67b4-5f89-4564-810e-787bfa7e2802&tid=16345250&pid=378384224 
Eaton, Mary Lucinda (I1596)
 
205 Mary Waller Lewis d/o Zachary Lewis
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&g_UID=fb54f0e7-4a86-4cb4-8ec4-004ee0d4e7e4&tid=3513393&pid=252515822 
Lewis, Ann (I1712)
 
206 May be sister of Fanny.

Because I have not been able to confirm Pixley as Lucinda's maiden name, and I believe Johnathan's Mother was a Pixley, I don't feel comfortable taking this for granted as her maiden name yet. ea

History and Genealogy of the family of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Mass: 1878 by Lucius Manlius Boltwood 869 pages.
(p. 502)Marcia Noble daughter of Silas b. in Westfield NY March 5,1824 and died in Hartwick, Otsego NY April 27, 1867 age 43. She married 1st March 29, 1842 Alvinza Cuffman b. in Dryden Tompkins Jan 27,1818, son of Jonathan and Lucinda (Pixley) Cuffman. 
McGowan, Lucinda -sister?- (I1575)
 
207 Middlesex Co. Mass, Personal Memoirs by William Richard Cutter, vol 11, pd
410, 411. Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass. by EATON,pg 71,
112. 
Felch, Samuel (iii) (I401)
 
208 Middlesex Co. Mass, Personal Memoirs by William Richard Cutter, vol 11, pd
410, 411. Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass. by EATON,pg 71,
112. 
Felch, Mary (ii) (I414)
 
209 Mother of 4 children, 1 living in 1900. Wyatt~, Diantha (I1319)
 
210 Ms. additions and mounted newspaper clippings throughout. Source (S133)
 
211 mt DNA = Haplogroup H
HVR1: 16051G, 16162G, 16519C; HVR2: 73G, 263G , 315.1C 
McGown~, Ms (I48)
 
212 Name: Mary Ann Galloway
Death date: 06 Jan 1913
Death place: Ashland, Ashland, Ohio
Birthdate: 24 Jan 1824
Birthplace: Ashland Co., O.
Age at death: 88 years 11 months 12 days
Marital status: Widowed
Burial date: 09 Jan 1913
Cemetery name: Bethesday Chapel
Father's name: Samuel Tarney
Father's birthplace: Pa
Mother's name: Catherine Horne
Mother's birthplace: Pa
GSU film number: 1953596
Digital GS number: 4021225
Image number: 131
Reference number: fn 101
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953 
Tarney, Mary Ann (I569)
 
213 niece of George Wythe, signor

mt DNA = Haplogroup H
HVR1: 16051G, 16162G, 16519C; HVR2: 73G, 263G , 315.1C 
McGown~, grandma (I1560)
 
214 Noble County, Births,
Wyatt, Georgia, 2 Nov 1900, Jmaes, Hall Annie A3-46See Reunion Photo 
Wyatt, Georgia A. (I1194)
 
215 Not a veteran in 1930. Wyatt, James Louis Jr (I1193)
 
216 Note: There is a second John W Wyatt, b 1866 who is the son of Lorenzo Wyatt. Wyatt, John W (I1186)
 
217 NS024383

Source Media Type: Book 
Source (S82)
 
218 obit --age: 78 years, 7 months 6 days, wife of John Bogart

11 children 
McGowen, Phebe -sister?- (I1449)
 
219 Ohio death records show Martha as wife; Wm H and Nancy Strong as parents. Wyatt, Nathan S. (I166)
 
220 or b. 15 Sep 1893 Dailey, Bessie (I1554)
 
221 Original file had b. 1526, which doesn't make sense. Rolfe, Richard (I775)
 
222 Original Submission: Patricia Dyson, pdyson@ligtel.com
Resubmitted and Transcribed by Roxanne Romine, roxanne.romine@gte.net May 2001. 
Source (S19)
 
223 Orrin Pitcher 1776
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=06c6ceed-cbe5-4c5f-8c36-e77b1d364a17&tid=16348391&pid=395630446 
Pitcher, Orrin (I1659)
 
224 Parents from Norway Swander~, Inga C (I1410)
 
225 Part 1: The First Three Generations of the Scotch-Irish Berry Family in Augusta, Rockbridge and Washington Counties, Virginia Source (S54)
 
226 Paul Jr and Elsie had no children. Giordan~, Elsie (I700)
 
227 Perl is a boy in 1880. Wyatt, Pearl (I154)
 
228 possible match
CELIA KERRIGAN 02 Nov 1890 Dec 1982 60655 (Chicago, Cook, IL) (nonespecified) 360-07-8428 Illinois
Father: Benjamin Basher REISH (AFN:4WZZ-2B) Family
Mother: Rosalthe Belle MCCLURE (AFN:4WZZ-3H) 
Reish, Celia Alma (I257)
 
229 Post by Lynne Nuibe:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/mercer/messages/684.html

[In the Mercer Co. Archives Vol. I (Deed Book I) is the following entry:

A-1-186 Aug 10, 1804. Thomas Felton to Nathan Weyate, $110.00, a tract in Mercer County on Shenango creek inteh 4th districk of donation lands. 100 acres bounded east by "corner of my track, on which I now live", west by Thomas and John Cannon. Ack: Thomas Felton and wife Mary. Rec: Jan 5, 1805.

In the Mercer Co. History, 1888, I see Nathan Wyatt mentioned on page 592 as an early settler in Shenango Twp., and on page 632 as a Shenango Twp. official (an overseer) in 1813.

On page 148, Thomas Felton is in the list of taxables for 1800, and is a township official (an appraiser) for Shenango Twp. in 1806.
]--Post by Lynne Nuibe:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/pa/mercer/messages/684.html 
Felton, Thomas (I1035)
 
230 Reprinted at http://www.rootsweb.com/~indekalb/other/spencerville.html with permission from John Martin Smith, County Historian of DeKalb County. Submitted by: Arlene Goodwin , Auburn, Indiana. Source (S57)
 
231 Research on Joan and Thomas Ensing (Ensyng, Ensign) shared courtesy of Ridick09. Ensyng, Joan (I80)
 
232 Research on Joan and Thomas Ensing (Ensyng, Ensign) shared courtesy of Ridick09. Ensyng, Thomas (I1728)
 
233 Residence: [Auburn according to Reunion 1908 in paper]--SH Wyatt, William H. (I173)
 
234 Reunion was held at the house of Asa Kimble, Dyberry Twp, Pennsylvania on 22 Feb 1836. Source (S25)
 
235 Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 15, 16, 17.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 477. 
Sargent, George (I391)
 
236 Sargent Genealogy in England and America, by Aaron Sargent, pg 16, 18, 20.
Colonial Families of the United States, by Mac Kenzie, pg 478. 
Sargent, Marie (I367)
 
237 See father's WWI Registration: Sigle with 4 yr old child, sex unknown. Wyatt, Dependent (I1732)
 
238 See link below for bio:
http://mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/JohnHowland.php

Death: Rocky Nook, Kingston, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts 
Howland, John (I717)
 
239 see Tompkins Co GenWeb: McGowen/Bogert cemetery or LaRue Hill Cem.
[
LaRue Farm, Danby, Tompkins, New York,
age 47 yrs, 9 months, no will, estate administered 2/11/1832
Family burying ground at family farm.
]--nltweedie's notes on Ancestry tree

age 47 yrs, 9 months, no will, estate administered 2/11/1832

Van Der Bogart --> Bogart 
Bogart, John (I1450)
 
240 September 1, 1910 Auburn Courier

" Case 8855? Child to be known as Harry Richard Wyatt Foot
Harry Richard Wyatt, the innocent babe less than a year old of Frank and Mrs. Mae Wyatt, was yesterday adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Foote as their heir at law and they will endeavor to prepare the child for a useful life.
The father of the child is serving a term in the penitentiary for his having stolen a hog. The mother is unable to support the babe, and the adoption is therefore a commendable action.
Such circumstances, however, present the pathetic side of life.
It is no little task for a mother to part with her child, her own flesh and blood, yet circumstances often demand such action. 
Wyatt, Franklin Dale (I161)
 
241 September 1, 1910 Auburn Courier

" Case 8855? Child to be known as Harry Richard Wyatt Foot
Harry Richard Wyatt, the innocent babe less than a year old of Frank and Mrs. Mae Wyatt, was yesterday adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Foote as their heir at law and they will endeavor to prepare the child for a useful life.
The father of the child is serving a term in the penitentiary for his having stolen a hog. The mother is unable to support the babe, and the adoption is therefore a commendable action.
Such circumstances, however, present the pathetic side of life.
It is no little task for a mother to part with her child, her own flesh and blood, yet circumstances often demand such action. " 
Foot, Gerry Franklin (I1017)
 
242 September 1, 1910 Auburn Courier

" Case 8855? Child to be known as Harry Richard Wyatt Foot. Harry Richard Wyatt, the innocent babe less than a year old of Frank and Mrs. Mae Wyatt, was yesterday adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Foote as their heir at law and they will endeavor to prepare the child for a useful life. The father of the child is serving a term in the penitentiary for his having stolen a hog. The mother is unable to support the babe, and the adoption is therefore a commendable action. Such circumstances, however, present the pathetic side of life. It is no little task for a mother to part with her child, her own flesh and blood, yet circumstances often demand such action. " 
Wyatt, Harry Richard (I606)
 
243 Ship Name: Donau,
Ship's manifest line number: 15,
Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany,
Port Arrival: New York, United States,

Name: Valentin Billau,
Arrival Date: 9 Sep 1871 (not neccesarily immigration date),
Est. Birth Year: abt 1833,
Age: 38 (not 28 - see image),
Gender: Male,
Nationality: German,
Place of Origin: Germany,
National Archives Microfilm Publication: Roll: M237_348, List No: 898.

Valentine Billau and Lovina Dodd may have divorced. See "Voline Billau" who appears in later census and has a biography. There seems to be only 2 Valentine Billaus at this time. 
Billau, Valentine (I239)
 
244 sibling of George Wythe or Anne Lewis Elizabeth Eggleston Taliaferro. Wythe, sibling Geo (I1561)
 
245 son of Josiah and nephew of Gov. edward winslow page 478 Winslow, Jonathan (I480)
 
246 Source Media Type: Book Source (S46)
 
247 Source Media Type: Book Source (S79)
 
248 Source Media Type: Book Source (S80)
 
249 Source Media Type: Book Source (S81)
 
250 Source Media Type: Book Source (S85)
 

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