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70 Call number: 1553573 Source (S60)
 
71 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. COLE, David Michael (I5)
 
73 Dade Co., Fl HAMMOCK, Elmer Curtiss (I82)
 
74 Dade Co., Fl HAMMOCK, Elmer Curtiss (I82)
 
75 Delores was the school secretary at Brooksville Primary School. My very first day of school I was sent to the Mr. Hutto, the principal, because I refused to call Delores Mrs. Ables. I kept telling them that "no, that's not Mrs. Ables, that is my cousin Delores, she is Uncle Ed's daughter'. My mother and Delores had to spend quite a time with Mr. Hutto to convince him that I was not being disrespectful. At 6 years of age, I did not know that her last name was not Hammock any longer, actually I don't thimk I knew her last name, I just knew that she was married to a man named Charles.

Shortly before her death, we were able to have all the Wilson Hammock Kids and the Edgar Hammock kids together for the first time since the death of Wilson Hammock in 1965. When Uncle Ed died, I was in Technical Training School in the Air Force and could not obtain any leave. All the Hammock Kids were in attendance on May 30, 1998 when my nephew, Tommy Marcano got married in Jasper Fl. 
HAMMOCK, Julia Delores (I77)
 
76 died as a child LEAMING, Hannah (I133)
 
77 Emily Allen and Moses Halladey

History of Medina County and Ohio: Containing a History of the State of Ohio
By William Henry Perrin, J H Battle, Weston Arthur Goodspeed
page744 and 745
Published 1881

Moses Halladey; farmer; P. O. Litchfield. Is of the old New England stock and was born in Hampden Co., Mass March 16 1810. He married Miss Emily Allen who was born in the same county and State Sept. 16. 1818. Their children were William D., born April 9, 1833; Chester F, bornn April 16, 1835, both born in Massachusetts, John Tyler, born here May 10, 1840; he enlisted in the three months of service, and after his discharge wasdrafted, but on account of business was obliged to hire a substitute to take his place. Henry C. born Aug 4, 1843, Ethan A., March 10 1843; Emily D., Sept 10, 1850, died in Aug 1853. Mr. Halladey bought the north part of his brother Solomon’s farm, a lot of 30 acres, afterwards buying 18 acres more. There was a log house upon the place, which they moved into, and then commenced to clear the place and reclaim it from the wilderness. His brother Solomon’s farm at first consisted of 300 acres but he sold part of it. He was born Feb 8 1800 and died Sept 1, 1878. He married Miss Dottie Chamberlain born in Otsego Co., NY in 1919. Moses Halladey’s father was born in Connecticut in 1753 but moved to Massachusetts in his younger days and taking up a tract of wild land began the life of a pioneer. His wife, Mrs. Submitt Wright Halladey was born in Connecticut in 1787 and died in 1826, he died in 1831. Their children were eight in number: James, Levi, Ruth, Solomon, Tallethy, Betsey, Moses and Delia. Moses Halladey came to this State and County in 1836, and tens years after or in 1846 has the misfortune to have his house burned to the ground, losing in the fire all the records and books of the family. The only furniture saved was the family spinning wheel and a few light articles. Ethan A., then one year of age, narrowly escaped, he was saved by one of the neighbors. Mrs. Halladey’s mother, Rachel Babcock Allen (widow of Mr. Ransford Allen, of Westfield Farms, Mass) was born in Norwich Conn., Feb 16, 1778, and died at the age of 103 years of age, and the oldest person living in that State. She is Mother, Grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother of 105 lineal descendants, 81 of which are still living in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Ohio, Wisconsin, South Carolina and Georgia, and the 81 connected by marriage will give a total of 125 who may be numbered in her family. Of the 81, eight are children, 38 grandchildren, 29 are great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren. At 100 years, she was bright, active, and intelligent, and the only sign of failing was advanced dimness of vision, which prevented the recognition of features of a person, except they addressed her, when she would know them by the voice. 
ALLEN, Emily (I203)
 
78 Jesse Turner was raised by Abisha, who is believed to be his Uncle. Jesse is thought to be the illegitimate son of Abisha's brother Amos.

Jesse learned the trade of Surveying from Abisha and acted as his chainman. Abisha provided in his will for Jesse to assume guardianship of his three minor children, Arthur, John and James. Abisha's wife Martha Stafford Turner died in 1810 shortly after the birth of their youngest son Jame.

Sometime after the 1840 Census and before the 1850 Census, Jesse moved his family from Appling County, Georgia to Hamilton County, Florida. Jesse died before July 25th 1850. We know this, because that is the date his twin sons James R. and John Turn petitioned the Hamilton County Courts for letters of administration of Jesse's estate. 
TURNER, Jesse (I20)
 
79 Madison Co., FL Family F14
 
80 Madison Co., FL HAMMOCK, Edgar Ulysses (I74)
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BAKER, Joe NMN (I224)
 
82 Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905
about Chester Chappell
Name: Chester Chappell
Census Date: 1 May 1885
County: Nicollet
Locality: St Peter
Birth Location: Massachusetts
Gender: Male
Estimated birth year: abt 1812
Race: White
Line: 5
Roll: MNSC_34

Minnesota Territorial and State Censuses, 1849-1905
about C B Chappell
Name: C B Chappell
Census Date: 1 May 1875
County: Nicollet
Locality: Oshawa
Birth Location: Massachusetts
Gender: Male
Estimated birth year: abt 1812
Race: White
Father's Birth Location: Connecticut
Mother's Birth Location: Connecticut
Line: 1
Roll: MNSC_12

1860 United States Federal Census
about Chester B Chappell
Name: Chester B Chappell
Age in 1860: 44
Birth Year: abt 1816
Birthplace: Massachusetts
Home in 1860: Weyauwega, Waupaca, Wisconsin
Gender: Male
Post Office: Weyauwega
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
Chester B Chappell 44
Anna Chappell 42
Harriet Chappell 20
Cornelia Chappell 18
Ellen Chappell 16
Geo Chappell 13
Wm Chappell 11
Chas Chappell 9
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Weyauwega, Waupaca, Wisconsin; Roll: M653_1433; Page: 905; Image: 212. 
CHAPPELL, Chester B. (I569)
 
83 Never Married HOWLAND, John Sr. (I1)
 
84 Never Married LEAMING, Mary (I126)
 
85 Never Married MEIGS, Mary Leaming (I139)
 
86 Occupation: Cooper LEAMING, Christopher (I113)
 
87 Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index
about William D Holliday
Name: William D Holliday
Birthplace: MASS
State: OH
Age: 75
Enumeration District: 0136
Visit: 0024
County: Medina
Relation: Father
Other Residents: Relation Name Color Age Birth Place
Head of Household Frank W Holliday W

1860 Census for WDH
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Louisville Ward 6, Jefferson, Kentucky; Roll: M653_376; Page: 0; Image: 248. 
HALLADAY, William D. (I351)
 
88 Owned land in Cape May County New Jersey before 1700 per State and County Records.

Settled Cape May at age 18 in 1692 
LEAMING, Thomas (I101)
 
89 Owned land in Cape May County New Jersey prior to 1700 per State and County Records. WHILLDEN, Joseph (I79)
 
90 Saea M Allen is buried in the Allen Family Cemetery in Pinetta FLorida. She died young, she was but 12. She is often confused with 2 other Sarah Allen's, one of whom married Stephen Palmer Taylor and the Sarah that married I. T. Coker. Comparison of the the birth dates and census records belies the fact that she could be either of these Sarah Allen, not to mention that she was deceased at age 12 in 1882. ALLEN, Sarah Maria (I278)
 
91 Source Citation: Year: 1810; Census Place: New York, Lewis, New York; Roll: 28; Page: 686; Image: 112.00.

Source Citation: Year: 1820; Census Place: Martinsburg, Lewis, New York; Roll: M33_75; Page: 238; Image: 29. 
BABCOCK, Nathaniel (I453)
 
92 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
about Carl A Rykard
Name: Carl A Rykard
Birth Year: 1917
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Florida
State: Georgia
County or City: Lowndes

Enlistment Date: 23 Apr 1943
Enlistment State: Georgia
Enlistment City: Fort McPherson Atlanta
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 2 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Tire Rebuilder or Divers Helper, Marine
Marital Status: Married
Height: 44
Weight: 123
Source Information:
National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD. 
RYKARD, Arrondel Carl (I518)
 
93 Very Good Source (S47)
 
94 Wife # 2 Family F33
 
95 Wife # 2 for Aaron ELDREDGE, Sarah (I73)
 
96 Wife # 2,sister of first wife Family F34
 
97 Wife #1 for Aaron ELDREDGE, Lydia (I75)
 
98 Wlll of Joseph Whilden

1747-8, March 16 Page 523 Will of Joseph Whilden, Yeoman of Cape May County.

Wife: Abigail

Son: Matthew land and marsh purchased of Isaac Whilden, and my interest in Five Mile Beach and 20 acres of Cedar Swamp.

Son: James 10 acres of Cedar Swamp also price of my negro man "Asse" and a negro woman, upon condition that he pay 5 to each of my daughters, vis: Hannah, Rachel, Loes (Lois) and 2 to my deceased daughter daughter Mercy's children Ellis and Judith.

Grandsons: Memuken Hughes, William and Isaac Crafford

Executors: James Wilden and Richard Crafford

Witnesses: William Mulford, Charity Mulford, Elijah Hughes

Proved 30 March 1748

Libre 5 Page 454

1748,May 19 Inventory of Personal estate of Joseph Whilden (347.28.20) includes farm stock and 3 negroes (&fnon;100.00.2)

Appraisers: Thomas Hand, Elisha Hand 
WHILLDEN, Joseph (I168)
 
99 [Allen.GED]

Melissa died in an automobile accident and her daughter is being raised by Tom and Ruby Marcano, her paternal grandparents in Jasper, Hamilton Co., FL. 
HALEY, Melissa (I110)
 
100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARCANO, Jessica Ann (I23)
 

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