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201 Her headstone is small and located next to her parents, John S. Hougham and Lou Hougham. “MARY” is engraved on the top of the stone…”Sleeping Sweetly” is engraved on the front. The Perkinsville Cemetery has no dates for her birth, death, or burial. Hougham, Mary (I28706)
 
202 here is where you can view the detailed actual images of several of his children online (and wives (Walton sisters):



http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/Results.asp?type=basic&tLName=Peanick&tFName=&sCounty=all&tYear= 
Peanick, Benjamin Franklin (I15562)
 
203 Idaho, which lists:
- Eng Pub P-34;
- Complete Peerage Vol 9, p 494, 506, Vol 6, Vol 7;
- Eng Pub G-28;
- The Genealogist Vol 27, p 5;
- Burkes Peerage 1938.
!NOTE: BEP dates from the Ancestral File. Also baptized 22 Dec 1962 and
endo
!SOURCE: "Royal Ancestors," PC #722. 
Wasteneys, Thomasine (I13095)
 
204 Lillian “Bernice” Valentine, 95, of Bloomington died at 11:50 AM on Monday August 31, 2015 at McLean County Nursing Home in Normal.
There will be a private graveside service at Park Hill Mausoleum in Bloomington. Reverend Kenneth Burgard will officiate.Calvert & Metzler Memorial Home in Bloomington is handling arrangements.
Bernice was born on July 31, 1920 in Lilly, IL to Hubert and Emma Remus Todd. She had three children with Isaac Russell Baugh Sr. and later married Edward Valentine on April 10, 1978 in Bloomington. He preceded her in death as did her parents, four sisters, two brothers, and two grandsons.
Her surviving children are Isaac Russell (Sue) Baugh Jr. of Bloomington, Mabel Loreine (Bud) Courtney of Downs, and Mary Lee (Fred) Hougham of Ormond Beach, FL. She is also survived by six grandchildren, many great grandchildren, two brothers Kenneth (Marge) Todd of Danvers and Pete (Marcia) Todd of Bloomington.
Bernice was a homemaker and lived in the same home for seventy-two years. She enjoyed sewing and doing alterations.
Memorial contributions may be made to Calvary Baptist Church in Normal or United Methodist Church in Downs. 
Todd, Lillian Bernice (I28624)
 
205 My father Sydney Frederick Thomas Turner served in the second world war as a commissioned officer in the RAF from 1940 to 1949 manston Kent, India, Burma, Tangmere Hampshire and isles of Scilly. He also was awarded a number of medals which he gave to me and my brothers to play with when we were children, which we lost. There is an error stating that my father moved up north to work which he never did. I think that after the war in 1946 my father visited his uncle Frederick William Turner in Canterbury just before he died.

My father was on the Berlin Airlift in 1948 where he helped to supply Berlin with much needed food and medical supplies. He was also a keen modeler who made models of ships and tin models of aircraft. 
Turner, Sydney Frederick Thomas (I25285)
 
206 OBITUARY - Dallas County News - October 12, 1960 p.1-2

JOHN WALKER, 81, TAKEN BY DEATH

John Walker, a lifelong resident of Adel and community passed away Sunday evening at the Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. He was 81 years of age.
Mr. Walker was widely known for his interest in the community and had served as a member of the Dallas County Selective Service Board for 20 years.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth; a sister, Mrs. Orpha Mark of Seattle WA, and two brothers, Tom and Jess both of Adel.
Funeral services will be held today, Wednesday, at the Adel Methodist Church at 2 PM.


More About JOHN BOTHWELL WALKER:
Burial: 12 Oct 1960, Panther Creek Cemetery, Dallas County IA
Comment 1: Lot 20 Grave 2
Ethnicity/Relig.: Methodist
Occupation: Farmer/Dallas Co. Seletive Service 20 yr.
Residence: Dallas County IA 
Walker, John Bothwell (I2512)
 
207 On 1861 census living with parents

On 1871 census living with parents a labourer

On 1881 census farm labourer of the down New Slade Lamberhurst

On 1891 census as agricultural labourer of Church Street Higham Note Surname spelt Davies



on 1901 census agricultural labourer 2 sidney Road Foots Cray 
Davis, Samuel (I17851)
 
208 On 1911 census a clerk of 24 Northlands St Camberwell Stott, William (I24834)
 
209 Orr had one other
daughter and two or three sons. Records were destroyed by fire; continued
research is needed.
!NOTE: Per Patron Notification dated 21 Mar 1990, sealing of Samuel Wood to his
parents is "In process;" Reference No. 6010053-55.

Orr had one other
daughter and two or three sons. Records were destroyed by fire; continued
research is needed.
!NOTE: Per Patron Notification dated 21 Mar 1990, sealing of Samuel Wood to his
parents is "In process;" Reference No. 6010053-55. 
Pratt, Lovinia Jemima (I11459)
 
210 Owned Vans for hire and a wood coal and coke depot - Marian Pratt 15 Aug 1949



An orphan, he never saw his father and hismother died when he was 5 years of age. He was put in the keeping of a guardian. Put out to live in various homes working at 9 or 10 of age, in coal mines befor 12 and by 15 of age almost blind from long hours underground when he did come up to dalight one day the bright sun blinded him. After several months of treatment regained his sight. At 19 made overland trip horseback from Sydney to Brisbane through bushland. Employed at Smelters at Bulimba Brisbane Queensland met Mary Ann Hougham. She with her mother brother and sister embarking by sailing ship to return to London England. He took passage also.

He was strictly temperance being a member of Rechabite Lodge and Independent order of good Templars. was at one time past grand master He also was a member of school board and chairman ofcemetery board.

Voyage to England took three months of sailing. When the folks arrived they did not find London the same. Its fogs were very distasteful unhealthy after Queenslands sunny skies. So they all returned again by saling ship via Cape Horn a very exciting and dangerous trip of three months. havingtravelled via cape colony before they had literally been all around the earth by sailing ship

Mary ann Hougham was born at Stepney London Educated at a Ladies private school A member of the primative methodist church ( which years later amalgamated with the Wesleyan methodists) she also was a member of bands of hope and temperance lodge. One of the most cherished memories being the annual programmes given at the crystal Palace in London by many combined bands of hope. At 17 of age she was a governess at the young ladies school it was superintended by two maiden ladies named Bullock and was on mile end road near to corner o f Bakers row.

It was 1872 or 73 when the family first sailed to Australia and this second trip was about May 1876. soon after arrival back John William and Mary Ann were married in the Methodist Church on Leichardt St Spring Hill Brisbane 13 Jan 1877.They bought property a home and a wood, coke and coal depot at corner of Brunswick St and Gurphy St Fortitude Valley Brisbane adjoining the methodist church. John William also had vans for hire. Mary Ann was bookkeeper for the business. About 4 years after marriage John William had the misfortune to cut his right thumb off on the circular saw. It was christmas time, the doctor got drinking and neglected the thumb, gangrene set in and more of the hand had to be taken off, meanwhile th ebusiness suffered and was soldout.Life with its ups and downs became their position but through it all they clung closely and faithfully together,having eleven children who the fed clothed and educated and raised horourably. In the later years they heard and accepted tehgospel and became members of the LDS Church received their temple sealings and at a good age passed the great divide leaving many descendents to cherish their teachings and memories. - Marian Pratt 
Hurley, John William (I11146)
 
211 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10294)
 
212 R. J. (Buddy) Silberman, 59, died after a long illness on Monday, Nov. 16, 1987. He was a charter member of Congregation Brith Shalom.
Born in Brenham, Tex., he was the son of Rose and Harry Silberman. He was an active Boy Scout leader who himself was an Eagle Scout and member of The Order of the Arrow and a Little League coach.
Mr. Silberman is survived by his wife, Shirley; son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Mark and Joan Silberman; daughter and son-in-law, Laurie and John Hougham; grandson, Benjamin Gabriel Silberman; his sister and brother-in-law, Helen and Andrew Lesarte; and nieces and nephews.
Graveside services took place at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1987, at Beth Yeshurun Cemetery (Post Oak and Katy). Rabbi Shaul Osadchey and Cantor David Propis officiated.
Donations may be made to the Diabetes Foundation, The Shrine Burn Institute or a charity of choice. 
Silberman, R J (I28584)
 
213 Roger was the Sheriff of Suffolk and Norfolk and founder of the Priory of Thetford. Goz, Roger (I6192)
 
214 Sarah Clark was of Great Munden, Hertfordshire, England.
!PROBLEM: With dates as shown, Sarah was born 5 years before parents' marriage
and mother was only 11 when she was born. Research is needed to verify the
dates.

Sarah Clark was of Great Munden, Hertfordshire, England.
!PROBLEM: With dates as shown, Sarah was born 5 years before parents' marriage
and mother was only 11 when she was born. Research is needed to verify the
dates. 
Pratt, Andrew Mrs. (I11466)
 
215 See the Ancestral file, AFN
9570-P0, for details. 
Ryder, Joseph Mrs. (I13239)
 
216 with parents in 1891

on 1911 census living with cousins at 12 Northcote Road deal Assistant in Arcadia Bazaar
Cousin Louisa Jane Wye Thompson Boarding house keeper born Bermondsy

MHP writes

"Letter dated 1 Jan 1950 by Emily Ann Doughty Hougham, "I cant understand cousin Fanny telling you Caroline Bussey was not a Hougham, my father always said she was, I did not know Alice or xxx, I do know my father was 1 of 12, several sisters besides Caroline Bussey. Take no notice Fanny went queer in the head from the bombings of war - her house was not bombed but many near by were and she was taken to the Chatham assylum. I went to Cranbrook for a few yearsm my home was on Gladstone Road not in with Fanny ""

RY writes.

If I understand this correctly, this places Emily as a daughter of one of the sons of Edmund Hougham and Mary Bell not Wiliam Edward as MHP has in her book, unless Emily meant grandfather not father

registered in 1939 for identity card 
Hougham, Emily Ann Doughty (I1517)
 
217 ! Ellen Catherine Hougham
!Lived: Rt. 1 Box 92, Montesano, WA, 26 July 1941; RIN-10 Frost Marriage
Certificate.
!Lived: Aberdeen, Grays Harbor, WA, 17 December 1945; RIN-10 Keller
Marriage Certificate
!Lived: Central Park, Grays Harbor, WA, 10 October 1953; RIN-8 Mortuary
Paper.
!Lived: Olympia, Thurston, WA, 16 July 1968; RIN-9 Mortuary Paper.
!Marriage: Frost, Certificate 14491, Washington
!Marriage: Keller, Certificate 17198, Washington

Ellen C. Keller - December 23, 2001
OLYMPIA - Former Cosmopolis resident Ellen Catherine Keller, who had lived in Olympia since 1958, died of heart failure Sunday, Dec. 23, 2001, in the Mother Joseph Care Center at Olympia. She was 81.
Mrs. Keller was born July 25, 1921, at Independence, Ore., to Waldo and Pearl (Marr) Hougham. She grew up in Cosmopolis.
On Dec. 17, 1945, she married Chester Keller in Aberdeen. The couple owned and operated the Olympia/Airline Taxi Co. at Olympia in the 1960's. He died in 1974.
Mrs. Keller , who was retired, was a member of Grace Community Covenant Church in Olympia and the Prime Timers.
She enjoyed painting and all kinds of needle work. She also liked to bake and share what she had made with others.
She is survived by a daughter, Garnet Summers of Moses Lake; a brother, Doran K. Hougham of Olympia; a sister, Theda Richards of Central Park; five grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.
A memorial service is set for 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, at Grace Community Covenant Church.
Arrangements are by the Woodlawn Funeral Home of Lacey.
Donations in her memory are suggested to the Crisis Fund at Grace Community Covenant Church, 5501 Wiggins Road S.E., Olympia, 98501. 
Hougham, Ellen Catherine (I6416)
 
218 ! Theda Ilan Hougham
!Lived: Montesano, Grays Harbor, WA, 8 August 1942; RIN-16 Hale, WA
Marriage Certificate #15308.
!Lived: Montesano, Grays Harbor, WA, 19 November 1949; RIN-16
Richards, WA Marriage Certificate #20146.
!Lived: Aberdeen, Grays Harbor, WA,10 October 1953; RIN-8 Mortuary
Paper
!Lived: Aberdeen, Grays Harbor, WA, 16 July 1968; RIN-9 Mortuary Paper.
!Marriage: Hale; RIN-12 WA Marriage Certificate #15308
!Marriage: Richards; RIN-12 WA Marriage Certifiate #20146
!Divorce: Hale, 28 June 1946, WA divorce decree 39261


Paid Obituary

Wednesday, April 16, 2008 10:30 AM PDT



Theda I. Richards, 83, a longtime resident of Central Park and former beauty operator for Fred Koch in Aberdeen, died on Sunday, April 13, 2008, at her home in Central Park. She was born on June 9, 1924, in Sophie’s Island, Ore., to Waldo and Pearl (Marr) Hougham. They moved to Cosmopolis when Theda was seven. She attended school in Cosmopolis and then beauty school in Aberdeen. During WWII she worked at Boeing’s Hoquiam plant. Later for Fred Koch as a beautician. On Nov. 19, 1949, Theda married Leonard Bromerick Richards, Jr., in Central Park. He later died on Oct. 9, 1999. Theda was a member of the Church of Christ in Central Park. She loved crocheting, canning and gardening. She also dearly loved feeding her wild birds. Theda is survived by three sons, Bromerick (Patty) Richards of Central Park, Flann J. Richards of Aberdeen and Aaron T. Richards of Arizonia; daughter, Richaleen (John) Odegard of Central Park; brother, Doran Hougham of Olympia; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A memorial service will take place on Friday, April 18, 2008, at 11 a.m., at the Church of Christ in Central Park. Burial took place at Forest Hill Cemetery in Cosmopolis. 
Hougham, Theda Ilan (I6483)
 
219 !BAPTISM-BURIAL: Baptisms, Burials; 1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1736835. Baptisms, Burials;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernill Parish;; FHL#1836276. Filmer, Thomas (I16200)
 
220 !BAPTISM-BURIAL: Baptisms-Burials; 1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1736835. Baptisms, Marriages, Burials;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1836276. Filmer, William (I16202)
 
221 !BAPTISM-DEATH: Baptism, Burial Records; 1569-1790; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Boughton Blean Parish;; FHL#1736527. Stonestreet, Mary (I16333)
 
222 !BAPTISM: Baptism Records; 1569-1790; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Boughton Blean Parish;; FHL#1736527. Stonestreet, Elizabeth (I16334)
 
223 !BAPTISM: Baptisms; 1603-1813; Bishops's Transcripts, Church of England, Sheldwich Parish;; FHL#1737007. See also The Parish Registers of St. James, Sheldwich, Kent transcribed, indexed and edited by Alan Neame, Kent Family History Society, 1985, FHL #6341304.
!BURIAL: Burials; 1603-1813; Parish Register, Church of England, Sheldwich Parish;; FHL#1737007. 
Filmer, Catherine (I16289)
 
224 !BAPTISM: Baptisms; 1603-1813; Bishops's Transcripts, Church of England, Sheldwich Parish;; FHL#1737007. See also The Parish Registers of St. James, Sheldwich, Kent transcribed, indexed and edited by Alan Neame, Kent Family History Society, 1985, FHL #6341304.
!RESIDENCE: Certificate book, 1753; Parish Chest Records, Boughton under Blean, Kent;; FHL# The book is an account of all that were then found in the chest in the parish of 22 May 1753. ( The list was presumably settlement certificates, and it must have been added to after being started in 1753,.). " Robert Filmer --1769." No place of origin given.


A Robert Filmer, son of Robert and Sarah, was baptised at Boughton under Blean on 22/4/1785 and an Edward Filmer, son of Robert and Sarah, was baptised at Boughton under Blean on 8/2/1789. Whether or not they were late children of this Robert and Sarah is not proven. 
Filmer, Robert (I16205)
 
225 !BAPTISM: Baptisms; 1603-1813; Bishops's Transcripts, Church of England, Sheldwich Parish;; FHL#1737007. See also The Parish Registers of St. James, Sheldwich, Kent transcribed, indexed and edited by Alan Neame, Kent Family History Society, 1985, FHL #6341304. Filmer, Sarah (I16208)
 
226 !BAPTISM: Baptisms; 1603-1813; Parish Register, Church of England, Boughton under Blean Parish;; FHL#1836199.

He could have married Elizabeth Gibbons in Faversham in 1800, but it is more likely that it was the James, b. 1774 in Newnham who married Elizabeth Gibbons. 
Filmer, James (I16282)
 
227 !BAPTISM: Baptisms; 1603-1813; Parish Register, Church of England, Boughton under Blean Parish;; FHL#1836199. Filmer, Mary (I16283)
 
228 !BAPTISM: Baptisms; 1813-1917; Parish Register, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish;;FHL#1866547.
!BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " Mary aged about 13." Order dated 17 Nov 1821. 
Filmer, Mary (I16326)
 
229 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1558-1812; Parish Register, Church of England, Boughton under Blean;; FHL#1836199.
!BURIAL: Burials;1557-1812; Parish Register, Church of England, Hernhill;; FHL#1836276. 
Filmer, Edward (I16320)
 
230 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 11; FHL Film #1835537; #55.

The address of both George and Eliza at the date of their marriage in 1837 was 2 Castle Row on M/C. His sister, Charlotte, was a witness.

He may also have had a daughter, Charlotte, who was a witness to Thomas' wedding in 1859, but this is not proven.

A George Filmer's death was regd in Bridge (near Petham) in June 1876, aged 60. It could have been him. On the other hand it is more likely that he and his wife are shown in the 1881 census for Charlton in Kent, living at 12 Peter Street:

George Filmer Head M Stone Sawyer 64 Lower Hardres
Eliza Filmer Wife M Laundress 61 Canterbury

His son George also appears to have been living in Charlton at the same time (See 1881 census). 
Filmer, George (I16298)
 
231 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 23; FHL#1835537; #187.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish, p76; FHL#1835537;age 1. 
Noble, Ellen (I16293)
 
232 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 33; FHL#1835537; #264.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 21-2; FHL#1835537; #173, age 1. 
Noble, Harriet (I16295)
 
233 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p28; FHL#1835537; #229.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish, p 20; FHL#1835537; #157, age 16 months. 
Noble, Emma (I16294)
 
234 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276.
!BURIAL: Burials;1557-1812; Parish Register, Church of England, Hernhill;; FHL#1836276. 
Filmer, Anne Mary (I16321)
 
235 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276.
!DEATH-BURIAL: Burials; 1813-1914; Parish Register, Church of England, Harbledown Parish;; FHL#1836248. NOTE: Baptisms of Emma 26 Feb 1815 and Thomas Dennis 22 March 1818, born out of wedlock to Sarah Filmer in Harbledown workhouse (FHL#1836247). Thomas and Sarah died in 1818. There is also a Removal Order by Harbledown Overseers to Hernhill Overseers requiring them to remove and provide for" Sarah Filmer being great of a bastard child or children;" Hernhill Parish Chest Records, dated 5 November1814, FHL#1850732. Sarah of these records could be this Sarah, daughter of Robert. 
Filmer, Sarah (I16323)
 
236 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276. Filmer, Robert (I16322)
 
237 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276. Filmer, James (I16324)
 
238 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;; Boughton next Blean Parish Register, Church of England;; FHL#1836199; son of Edward Stonetsreet & Ann Drury of Roade Common.
!MARRIAGE: Marriage Records; 1569-1790; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Boughton Blean Parish;; FHL#1736527.
!DEATH: Burials; 1569-; Biship's Transcripts, Church of England, Boughton Under Blean Parish;; FHL#1736527; John Stonestreet of Hernhill. 
Stonestreet, John (I16330)
 
239 !BIRTH-DEATH: 1)Tombstone gives dates of birth and death. 2)Age 10 in 1850
!MAR: Guthrie Co, IA mar rec. 
Hougham, Martha (I2316)
 
240 !BIRTH-DEATH: 1)West Union Cem, Parke Co, IN: Tombstone: Rebecca, 17 years, Hougham, Rebecca (I2319)
 
241 !BIRTH-DEATH: 1)West Union Cem, Parke Co, IN: Tombstone: Rebecca, 17 years,!BIRTH: Date calculated from age of death on tombstone.
!MAR: Parke Co., IN, Mar Rec., 1831-1861, p. 77.
!DEATH: Sarah Ann's tombstone is labeled "Sarah Ann Hougham, "dau A & M." In a conversation with Fred York about 1970 he stated that his father Aaron
!PROBATE: Guthrie Co IA probate rec under title of "York Heirs" prove her 
Hougham, Sarah Ann (I2321)
 
242 !BIRTH-DEATH: A.P. York Family Bible, dates told to me from Bible by Addie York Myers, Aug 1967. York, Sarah Cathrine (I5523)
 
243 !BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: 1)A.P. York Family Bible; data given orally by Addie York York, Hazel Marie (I5526)
 
244 !BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: 1)Dallas Co, IA, b, mar and death records. 2)A.P. York Family History, comp. 1992, and updated yearly. York, Fred Lee (I5524)
 
245 !BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: A. P. York Family History, comp. 1992. Gives Walter's and York, Walter Jay (I5522)
 
246 !BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " Charlotte aged about 10 years." Order dated 17 Nov 1821. Filmer, Charlotte (I16327)
 
247 !BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " George aged about 8 years." Order dated 17 Nov 1821.

He is shown in the 1841 census for Harblesdown:

Filmer, George Head M 25 Ag Lab Ken
Filmer, Lucy F 20 Ken

and again in the 1851 census for Harblesdown:

Filmer George Head M M 38 Ag Lab Canterbury
Filmer, Lucy Wife M F 32 Ashford 
Filmer, George (I16328)
 
248 !BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " Thomas aged about 16." Order dated 17 Nov 1821. Filmer, Thomas (I16325)
 
249 !BIRTH: 1)1856 Guthrie Co, IA, State Cens. Aaron P. York, age 4, b Iowa. In
!MAR: Mar Rec of Van Buren Co, IA.
!PROBATE: Dallas Co, IA Wills, Box Y-3. Will made 31 Jul 1908; d 29 Oct 1921;
!FAMILY: Children's births from the family bible of Aaron Parkhurst & Sarah
!HISTORY: Went by name of "Park." Worked in Carson City, NV, when a young man where he met his future wife.
!CENSUS: 1880 Washoe Co, NV, census, p. 331. York, P. Aaron [sic], age 28,
!NEWSPAPER: News clipping from Redfield, Iowa, newspaper, dated June 1909,

OBITUARY - Dallas County News - November 2, 1921 p.1
Aaron Parkhurst York
Back in the pioneer days when the country was new and undeveloped, there was born to Mr. & Mrs. John Wesley York on March 17, 1852, a baby boy whom they named Aaron Parkhurst, the subject of the sketch, he being the 1st white boy born in Guthrie County, while yet a small boy, scarcely 4 years old when he was bereft of a mother's love and care, having to make his own way alone in the world he went at an early age to Nevada where he came in contact with yet a newer country meeting adversity and prosperity with undaunted courage and with the motto to win, overcame the obstacles of the far west. It was while here that he met the companion of his life, and in due time they returned to his early home in Iowa where he was married to Sarah Catherine Rail of Van Buren County, February 16, 1882. They then located on the farm in Colfax township where they lived and raised their family of nine children to manhood and womanhood; Mrs. C.N. Martin, Redfield IA; J.M. York who lives on the old home place, Adel; Mrs. H.L. Frye, Redfield; C.W. York, Redfield; Mrs. Guy Chapman, J.W. York, Fred L. York, Mrs. Lee Myers, Mrs. Hazel Walker, all of Adel; one daughter dying in infancy. Mr. York lived to see his children all in comfortable homes of their own and in 1918 he and his good wife retired to a cozy home in Adel to rest and enjoy the labor of their earlier days. At the age of 31 he gave his heart to God at the meetings held in the schoolhouse at Colfax township, later helping to build the Colfax M.E. Chapel of which he was the Supt. of Sunday School for years. He was also a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows for 31 years. He joined the church in Adel on moving to town and has been faithful. He loved the Sunday School and Church. He was highly respected and loved by the members of the Friendly class. During the month of July he was taken sick and in a short time critically ill, and has hovered between life and death for nearly 4 months, passing from this world Oct. 29, 1921, aged 69 years, 7 months, 12 days. He was a patient sufferer, always interested in the topics of the day, ready with his jokes. During the last few days, his suffering was intense and he signified his willingness to go, saying he was ready to those of us who were permitted to be at his bedside. We could learn this lesson to our comfort that his faith in God was sublime and his patience unexcelled. He leaves to morn his passing, his wife, 9 children, 27 grandchildren, 3 half-brothers, and one half-sister, and a host of friends.
Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at the Methodist Church conducted by Rev. D.B.S. Prather. Interment was at Panther Creek Cemetery. 
York, Aaron Parkhurst (I5512)
 
250 !BIRTH: 1)1856 Guthrie Co, IA, State Cens., Jackson Twp., Joseph, age 2. 2)Day and month from date book of Flora York Martin.
!MAR: Dallas Co, IA, Mar Rec, Bk 1-a, p. 210.
!OBITUARY: In "Dallas County Records" Vol. III, comp. Snedden: b & d dates and places; "He moved to Dallas Co at age 16 and has been a resident since, except a year spent in CA."
!PROBATE: Dallas Co, IA, Probate Rec, file drawer Y-2. Petition of Sarah C.
!HISTORY: "History of Dallas Co. Iowa," 1879, Des moines Union Hist. Soc.: p. 607, York, Joseph. Farmer, Panther Creek. (No biog.) 
York, Joseph Harvey (I5514)
 

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