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201 Taylor owned 9 slaves: females aged 50, 33, and 18; males aged 46, 13, 10, 1, and ?? ; and a male mulatto aged 17. Taylor Barton
202 widow Ann BARTON, heirs: William T BARTON, Martha BUTTS Taylor Barton
203 She had 5 children. Anna Bayes
204 From AFN record; needs to be verified. Margaretha Benzel
205 From AFN record; needs to be verified. Margaretha Benzel
206 Her death certificate (St. Francois County, Missouri) indicates she was born on 13 Jul 1856 in Ireland to John Blades and Emma Pickering, both of whom were also born in Ireland. Her husband was William S. Jenkerson, and he was the informant for the death certificate. She died on 7 Jun 1928, in Desloge, St. Francois County of apoplexy and was buried in St. Francois Cemetery on 9 Jun 1928.

An on-line genealogy (Judy Phelps, 2008, has her birthdate as 13 Jul 1854 in Manchester, England, and her marriage date as 9 Sep 1869. I'm not sure why there is discrepancy; the on-line version shows no references. In searching Ancestry, I did find a record for a Sarah Jane Blades, with parents John Blades and showing this Sarah was born in Manchester, England. I also found New York Passenger List (1820-1957) record in for a Sarah Jan Blades; it shows this Sarah was an infant born about 1855 and arriving in New York on 22 Oct 1855. Her father was John Blades, their nationality listed as British, departing Liverpool, England aboard the ship "John Bright." And, adding to confusion is the 1920 US Census, that shows Sarah immigrated in 18X4, where that X could be a four, five, or nine depending on your imagination, but the 1900 US Census shows 1865. Sigh. I tend to believe the death certificate given that the information was provided by her husband, although that makes her just 13 when she was married (although the on-line version shows her first child wasn't born until 1872). 
Sarah Jane Blades
207 See the note for her death.

On the 1900 US Census, it indicates she had born 13 children, and 11 were still alive. 
Sarah Jane Blades
208 Fide James Page 1 Oct 2011 from records he received from Lela Ada (Page) Blackburn. Nancy Ann Lucinda Blankenship
209 Of Mexico City, Mexico. G. Blazen
210 George lived in Kerrick, Illinois; was married; had several children. George Bohrer
211 Louis lived in Yeuton, Illinois. Louis Bohrer
212 She was married and had two children. Mary Bohrer
213 Age at death: 64 years, 7 months, 3 days. Hermina Wilhelmina Boldt
214 Buried in Plot 273-6. Perhaps on 8 December 1922. Hermina Wilhelmina Boldt
215 Of Bloomington, Illinois. He and Belle had two daughters. Dr. Bolton
216 Briggs, William Anthony

William A. Briggs, 86, Buck Drive, Dover, passed away Friday, October 05, 2001, at his home in Dover with family and friends.
He was born on February 15, 1915, in Brooklyn, NY to William and Anna (Griffin) Briggs.
He was a US Navy Seabee's Veteran of W W I I in the Pacific Campaign. He was a mechanic with General Foods/Kraft Foods for 43 years. He was a member of the Walter L. Fox Post #2 and the VFW.
He is survived by his Wife of 60 years, Dorothy Briggs of Dover, DE. Son, William G. Briggs of Stafford, VA. Son, Dennis Briggs of Woodbridge, VA. Daughter, Sue Briggs of Columbia, MD. Daughter, Patricia Dumroese of Baltimore, MD. 4 Grandchildren, , 1 Grand child
Remembrance Services will be held Wed. 10/10/2001 12:00 Noon at Trader Funeral Home in Dover, DE Burial will be at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Bear, DE Wed. at 2 PM.
Friends may call Tuesday afternoon10/09/2001 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM and 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM at the Trader Funeral Home in Dover.
The family request that memorial contributions be given to Delaware Hospice 911 South DuPont HWY. Dover, DE
Letters of condolences may be sent to or
William Anthony Briggs
217 Section H, Row I, Site 7. USN1 US Navy. World War II. William Anthony Briggs
218 His parents were born in Virginia. On the 1880 census he is listed as a farmer. Hiram Butts
219 Her service was at 2 p.m. on Monday, 27 May 1968. The Reverend Stanley Cover officiated. Matie Katie Butts
220 The 1880 census indicates his parents were both born in Virginia, although the 1880 census entries for his parents, Hiram and Martha, shows Martha was born in Kentucky.

Webb's Jacksonville And Consolidated Directory Of Representative Cities In East And South Florida 1887

Webb's Jacksonville And Consolidated Directory Of The Representative Cities Of East And South Florida 1886

Webb's Jacksonville Directory 1888 
Shannon Taylor Butts
221 In Section H, Arbor of Peace, southwest corner. Patricia Cahill
222 SMITTER — Mrs. Patricia Smitter, aged 49, of 3700 Cordes NW., Comstock Park, passed away Sunday afternoon, Dec. 29, 1974 at St. Mary's Hospital. She is survived by her husband, John H. Smitter; three sisters, Mrs. Kenneth (Betty) Hall of Comstock Park, Mrs. Rex (Janice) Coleman of Grand Rapids, and Mrs. John (Gloria) Crosslen of Grafton, Wis.; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 1:00 Wednesday afternoon at the funeral chapel, Rev. Robert J. Lignell officiating. Committal Services will be held at 10:00 on Thursday morning at the chapel in Rosedale Memorial Park. Members of her family will be at the funeral chapel from 7 to 9 on Monday and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 on Tuesday. Mrs. Smitter reposes at the Reyers North Valley Funeral Chapel, 2815 Fuller NE, at 3 Mile Rd. Patricia Cahill
223 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
224 Her headstone shows a birthdate of 17 May 1830, three years later than the 15 May 1827 date on her death certificate. Her death certificate also says she was 83 years, 5 months, and 2 days old when she died, which doesn't align with either birthdate! Elizabeth Carter
225 The information on her death certificate was provided by J.G. Radford, most likely her son James. He indicates she was born 15 May 1827 in Kentucky, the daughter of Jacob Carter and Sallie Page, both born in Kentucky too. She died on 17 Nov 1911 at the age of 88 y, 5 m, 2 d [which isn't correct given the dates]. She was buried 19 Nov at Parrish Chapel. Elizabeth Carter
226 Larry H. Cash, 58

NEW CASTLE - Larry H. Cash, age 58, of New Castle, died Wednesday, June 20, 2007 at his residence after an extended illness.

He was born April 23, 1949 in Glasgow, Kentucky to Waymon H.and Margery (Page) Cash. A 1967 graduate of Walter P. Chrysler High School, he graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor degree in Regional and Urban Planning.

He retired from the City of Richmond, where he was Assistant Director of Planning and was formerly the director of Region IX Planning and Development Commission in Connersville. He was a member of Warren Lodge #15, F.& A.M. in Connersville, a member of Connersville York Rite, a member of R.I.P.E.A. (Retired Indiana Public Employees Association.) He was a past president of Kiwanis in Connersville. He had served as director of the Connersville Area Chamber of Commerce Board, and was past board member of Landmark Services in Connersville, past member of Network Policy in Richmond and was a past member of Indiana Association of Building Officials, Inc.

He was an avid race fan, die cast car collector, and had a lifelong passion for reading and acquiring knowledge.

Survivors include his wife of 37 years, Mona Cash of New Castle; his mother, Marge Cash of Spiceland; one brother, Jerry W. (wife: Ladona) Cash of Spiceland; a niece, Piper (husband: Devin) Hawk of Spiceland; a nephew, Scott (wife: Carmen) Cash of Spiceland; two great nieces, Makenna Hawk and Kiela Cash; a great nephew, Grant Cash; and aunts and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father, Waymon H. Cash.

Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday, June 25, 2007 at Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service in New Castle with Reverends Marion Hickman, Gary Kirkhoff and Mark Hinshaw officiating.

Burial will follow in Circle Grove Cemetery in Spiceland.

Friends may call from 3-7 p.m. Sunday, June 24, 2007 with a Masonic Service at 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be given to the Christian Love Shelter with envelopes available at the funeral home. Online condolences may be made at

The Star Press, Muncie, Indiana. Originally published June 22, 2007 
Larry H. Cash
227 Not married. Bertha Casper
228 Died in World War II. Christian Casper
229 Oversees the Gasthaus in Lemberg, Germany. Richard Casper
230 Obituary: Lewis, Laura Marie (nee Cawyer). The Joplin Globe (Joplin, Missouri). NECK CITY, Mo. — Laura Marie Lewis, age 45, of Neck City, Mo., passed away at 3:29 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2009, at her home following several years of ill health. Laura was born Nov. 6, 1963, in Webb City, Mo., and had lived in Neck City all her life. She was employed in the insurance department of Leggett and Platt in Carthage, before becoming disabled. Laura was a member of the New Providence Baptist Church, north of Oronogo. Survivors include two sons, Josiah Lewis and his companion, Heather, Joplin, Mo., and Ethan Lewis, Neck City; one daughter, Hannah Wolf and husband, Keith, Carterville, Mo.; her parents, Dean and Daisy Herndon, Neck City; two brothers, Dean Herndon, Seligman, Mo., and David Herndon, Joplin; two sisters, Rosie Ford and Ramona Beaunoyer, both of Joplin; and three grandchildren, Talyn, Tate and Kaedyn. Laura was preceded in death by her father, Larry Cawyer; her dad, Lavon "Crack" McCracken; and a sister, Leanna Cawyer. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Friends Cemetery in Purcell, Mo., with Rev. Larry Shumaker officiating. The family will receive friends from 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Mason-Woodard Chapel. Memorial contributions are requested to the Lewis Family Fund in care of the mortuary. The family will be at the home in Neck City. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Mason-Woodard Mortuary, of Joplin. Online condolences may be made at (accessed 16 Nov 2009). Laura Marie Cawyer
231 Ludwig and Henrietta lived on 45th Street in Chicago. Ludwig was born Sep 1829, Henrietta was born Nov 1834. Their parents were born in Germany. Ludwig and Henrietta immigrated in 1885 and both could read, write, and speak English. Ludwig was naturalized and a common laborer who was still working. Henriette Christoffer
232 Plot 236-5. Henriette Christoffer
233 The "T" is fide James Page (20 Sep 2011) fide Lela Ada. John T. Claywell
234 In the Steinweiler Chronicle, Maria Anna is shown with her surname as Gamber, Gomber, Gombert, and Compére. Maria Anna Compére
235 BENJAMIN F. SANDERS & ELIZABETH CURRY SANDERS UNITED BY DEATH. Benjamin F. Sanders died at his home near Woodlawn, Friday, from paralysis.  The deceased was born November 28, 1831, and was, therefore, past 75 years of age at the time of his death.  In 1853 he married Elizabeth Curry, and to the union were born nine children, four of whom survive.  Mrs. Sanders contracted pneumonia while nursing her husband and died about two weeks ago. Her death was concealed from her aged life partner, because it was seen that death would soon unite them, as they had been united in life.  Sunday, the remains of Mr. Sanders were laid beside those of his wife at Oak Grove cemetery, Rev. W.A. Todd conducting the funeral services.  Mr. Sanders united with Baptist church at Oak Grove years ago. Source: Page 1 of the Shelbina “Democrat” dated 7 Feb 1906. Transcribed and submitted by Judi Pohorsky. Elizabeth (Curry) Sanders died 21 Jan 1906 and Benjamin Sanders died 2 Feb 1906. Elizabeth Curry
236 Goss is in Jackson Township. Elizabeth Curry
237 I am fairly confident that this James Robert Curry died in 1918. The death certificate for the 1918 James Robert Curry indicates his father was Jack Curry and his mother was Matilda Wills, but the certificate shows both parents were born in Ohio. The information was provided by Amanda Holder. In the 1900 US Census, James R. Curry is listed as a "boarder" and in 1910 as "brother-in-law" in the household of John W. and Amanda/Mandy Holder. John and Mandy are only about 10 years younger than James. I cannot find any records that link Amanda as a sister to James (James' mother would have been in her early 50s) nor can I find any records that link John W. to James' sister Betsy (Frances was never married). So, I assume that Amanda was mistaken about James' parents' places of birth, and makes me wonder about the accuracy of Wills being James' mother's maiden name. But, it's a place to start more searching. James Robert Curry
238 The 1850 US Census shows his birth place as Pennsylvania, but the 1860 indicates Kentucky. Given that his wife Matilda is shown in the 1850, 1860, and 1870 census as being born in Kentucky, my guess is that Kentucky is probably correct. John H. Curry
239 The housewife and widow Mary Ann Johnston, born 30 Mar 1833 in Monroe County, Missouri to J???? Curry, died 13 Oct 1913 in Clay Township,Monroe County. Although the death certificate says she was buried 14 Oct 1913 in “Fair View” cemetery. In checking Monroe County, Missouri MoGeb Website (,Mary Ann and her husband, Washington, were found buried in “Weatherford Cemetery” 9 miles north of Madison. This small cemetery has just 9 internments listed. Mary Ann Curry
240 Check 1860 (Dahler), 1870, and 1880 census. Daughter Wilhelmina on 1860 is absent on 1870 census. Appears as if son Louis, and son Henry and Henry's wife Mina are living with Katharine and Conrad in 1870.
Johann Konrad Daehler
241 Place of birth, Freienseen, and full name, Johann Konrad, found at (18 Feb 2011); Ancestral Family Name (AFN): 120R-GTW; needs to be verified. Johann Konrad Daehler
242 From AFN record; needs to be verified. Johann Kurt Daehler
243 From AFN record; needs to be verified. Johann Kurt Daehler
244 Check 1900 (Dachler), 1880 (Dahler), 1870 (Dahler), 1860 (Dahler) US census. Who is Edward Knoss (b 1878) and listed as "son" on the 1880 census? Curiously, the next door neighbors are the Knoss family.
Ludwig Christian Daehler
245 Certificate 45. Kas assumes this is the correct Minnie. Should be verified. Minnie Daehler
246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
247 The record indicates he was living in Whitehall in 1935. David was an accountant in 1940, renting a home for $20 per month. He had completed two years of college. His annual income was $1500 per year. David Edward Dahlstrom
248 David Victor Dahlstrom, 72, of Grand Haven joined the heavenly chorus on Sunday, March 16, after a courageous fight with prostate cancer. He passed away peacefully at Heartwood Lodge with family members at his side.

David was born May 27, 1941, in Muskegon to D. Edward and Kathleen M. Dahlstrom. The family lived in Whitehall until 1951 and then in Grand Rapids for two years before moving to Grand Haven in 1953. Except for college and military service, David lived in Grand Haven the remainder of his life.

He graduated from Grand Haven High School in 1959 and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Valparaiso (Ind.) University in 1963. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force at Andrews AFB outside Washington, D.C., attaining the rank of captain.

David moved back to Grand Haven and worked at Challenge Machinery Co. in human resources and purchasing, retiring in 2012 after almost 45 years of service.

He is survived by four sons, Jeffrey of Grand Haven, Adam (fiancée Cody Westendorf) of Grand Haven, Michael (Sarah) of Wyoming, Mich., and U.S. Army Capt. David (Elizabeth) of Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri; one brother, Don (Kathy) of Grand Haven; one sister, Anne (Martin) Riepma of Wellington, Fla.; seven grandchildren, Delaney and Dylan Dahlstrom, Chloe and Clementine Westendorf, Tyler and Lydia Dahlstrom, and Elaina Dahlstrom; and numerous other relatives. He also leaves behind his former wife, Barb (Bob) Schulz, and special friends Mike Anthes and Rob Michmerhuizen. He was predeceased by his parents.

David loved his family unconditionally and was proud of all his sons and grandchildren. He enjoyed spending time with the grandchildren, especially on trips to the library and summer concerts at Central Park. He liked rides around the lakefront, reading at the library and people-watching in the summer at Bicentennial Park.

His favorite hobby was collecting – and listening to – all types of music, but especially folk, rock and pop from the 1950s to the 1980s and jazz. He was always on the search for more “tunes.” He could spend hours in stores – either by himself or with friends or family – looking through record album and CD bins.

A celebration of his life will be held at 1 PM Wednesday, March 19, at St. John Lutheran Church, with Rev. Dieter Haupt officiating. Family members will greet friends at noon, and a luncheon will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Heartwood Hospice, c/o North Ottawa Community Health System. Please sign the family’s online guest book at

The family is being served by VanZantwick Bartels Kammeraad Funeral Home of Grand Haven.
David Victor Dahlstrom
249 Hannah is working as a domestic for a private family. In the 1930 US Census for Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan she is listed as a "servant" for the John O. and Corneilia Hume family. I cannot find her in the 1940 US Census. Hannah A.M. Dahlstrom
250 In the same plot as her parents. Hannah A.M. Dahlstrom

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