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6651 wn, Elizabeth was born 10 years before parents'
marriage and mother was only 6 when she was born. Research is needed to verify
the dates. 
Hough, John (I12178)
 
6652 wn. Lathrop, Sarah (I13215)
 
6653 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10511)
 
6654 worked as a cabin waiter on board the Duchess of athol from 1910 to 1939 Perry, John William (I21990)
 
6655 Worked at Wilmington Hosery Mills

Taken from WW1 Military Service registration card

Possibly son of Milton Fletcher

Place of Death: , New Hanover
Place of Residence: Wilmington, New Hanover
Institution: Other Institutions
Date of Death: March 07, 1972
Sex: Male
Race: White
Name: HUFHAM, ROBERT
Age: 77 Years 00 Months 00 Days
Autopsy: No
Place of Injury:
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician 
Hufham, Robert Swaim (I1951)
 
6656 Worked for bank of Montreal Phillips, Spencer Kennard (I21802)
 
6657 Worked for Canadian Pacific Railway Express Phillips, Stanley John (I21803)
 
6658 Worked in a shipyard at Brightlingsea as a boy. Served in the Norfolk Regt in World Ward 1. Returned to Ramsgate 1919. Employments as corn chandler and coal delivery man. Following air raid of 24th August 1940 when house rendered uninhabitable moved to Liverpool . Lockheed Aircraft Company , Liverpool 1940-1945. 1945 to 1972 corn chandler at Peter Mack ,High Street Ramsgate.
Married 26 Dec 1925 St Georges, Ramsgate to Winifred Mabel Stone Born 26 Aug.1904 Dover Died 29 Aug 2002 Thorrington Essex.They only had one son, 
Knight, Charles Ernest (I10883)
 
6659 Worked in the Engineering Dept. Shorts Rochester Young, Winifred Kate Marion (I1746)
 
6660 Worked with his father and two brothers at their carrying business which
plied between Mareeba & Herberton. Address 1946-1950 Kearney st Mareeba Ref:
Elec Roll. 
Royes, Druce Grantley (I4838)
 
6661 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26969)
 
6662 World War II Army Enlistment Records enlisted 8 Dex 1939 Air Corps



Marriage details taken from forthcoming wedding announcements - Did it happen? 
Hougham, Lyle L (I23057)
 
6663 Wounded in Civil War Hougham, James A (I4967)
 
6664 wounded in WW1 Donaghy, Joseph (I25407)
 
6665 Wynia, Sadie (Martens) Age 89, of Eden Prairie. Went home to be with the Lord on September 21, 2014. Preceded in death by her husband Henry Wynia and son-in-law Dale Hougham, siblings Gertie, Jim and Johanna. Survived by her children: Barbara (Keith) Boulware, Marilyn Westmark, Dan (Susan) Wynia, Brenda Hougham, grandchildren: Michelle (Matt) Wingard, Nate (Katie) Wynia, Aaron (Krysta) Hougham, Katie (Tom) Fitzenberger, Becca (Javier) Altamirano, Brandon (Jenny) Hougham, Jon Westmark, Caleb Boulware, and Sarah Hougham, great-grandchildren: Hailey Hougham, Allie, Naomi and Sadie Wingard, and Katrena Fitzenberger, brothers: Cecil (Arlene) and John (Marilyn) Martens. A celebration of Sadie's life will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, Wooddale Church (Worship Center), 6630 Shady Oak Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344www.Wooddale.org . Visitation 1 hour prior. Interment 12:05PM Monday, Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Eden Prairie Chapel Washburn-McReavy.com Arrangements by Albin Chapel Martens, Sadie (I22208)
 
6666 x p. See p. x (also in
later editions).
- Wife and marriage data: Family records of Parley Parker Pratt, GS Film
430,100.
- Death: Family records of Parley Parker Pratt, GS Film 430,100; "Deseret
News" (12 Nov 1892), p. 2; "Deseret News" (27 Oct 1900); Eleanor McLean
Pratt papers, part of Parley Parker Pratt papers, LDS Church historical
department archives, MS, d, 625; George Higginson, "Account of the
assassination of Parley P. Pratt," manuscript (holograph), part of Parley
Parker Pratt papers, LDS Church historical department archives, MS, d,
625; Steven Pratt, "Eleanor McLean and the murder of Parley P. Pratt,"
Brigham Young University Studies, 15 (Winter 1975), 225-256. See p. 246.
- Burial: Eleanor McLean Pratt papers and George Higginson, "History of the
Cherokee Mission," manuscript (holograph), both part of Parley Parker
Pratt papers, LDS Church historical department archives, MS, d, 625.
- Parents: Family records of Parley Parker Pratt, GS Film 430,100; "The
Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, p. x; Orson Pratt's own manuscript
record (in back portion of F. W. Chapman's "The Pratt Family: or the
Descendants of Lieutenant William Pratt ..." -- Hartford, Conn.: Case,
Lockwood, 1864 (GS Film 599,765).
- Wife's death: "Deseret News" (5 Mar 1898).
- Wife's burial: Sexton's records, City Cemetery.
- Baptism: "Parley P. Pratt, Baptised, Confirmed and Ordained an Elder of
the Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay [sic] saints On, or abought [sic]
the first day of September A.D. 1830 By the hand of Oliver Cowdery, at the
house of Jacob Whitmer, Near Waterloo, Seneca Co., N.Y. The Baptism being
performed in Seneca Lake." "Parley P. Pratt, renewed his covenant before
the Lord an [sic] was Baptised and Confirmed anew in the Gift of the Holy
Ghost, and in all his blessings, Covenants, promises, Ordainations [sic],
Washings, Anointings, Sealings, Priesthood, Apostleship, and the powers
thereof by the Hands of President John Taylor, at the City of Great Salt
Lake on the 28th of November A.D. 1847." Family records of Parley Parker
Pratt, leaves 1, 5 (GS Film 430,100).
- Endowment: Joseph Smith, "Documentary History of the Church," VI, 98; TIB;
Nauvoo Temple, 1845-1846, Endowments for the Living, GS Film 183,393.
- Misc.: TIB; GS Archives; GS Patrons (four-generation) sheets; etc.

!SOURCE: Also from a Family Record kept by Helaman Pratt, in possession of Mrs.
Emaline P. Bluth, 782 West Maple, Mapleton, UT 84663.

!NOTE: Parley Parker Pratt was an Apostle of Jesus Christ, Utah Pioneer,
Legislator, teacher, farmer, author, poet, statesman, explorer, road builder,
missionary, etc.

!NOTE: On the Jared Pratt Family Group Sheet, endowment date for Parley Parker
Pratt is given as 10 Dec 1845 NV.

x p. See p. x (also in
later editions).
- Wife and marriage data: Family records of Parley Parker Pratt, GS Film
430,100.
- Death: Family records of Parley Parker Pratt, GS Film 430,100; "Deseret
News" (12 Nov 1892), p. 2; "Deseret News" (27 Oct 1900); Eleanor McLean
Pratt papers, part of Parley Parker Pratt papers, LDS Church historical
department archives, MS, d, 625; George Higginson, "Account of the
assassination of Parley P. Pratt," manuscript (holograph), part of Parley
Parker Pratt papers, LDS Church historical department archives, MS, d,
625; Steven Pratt, "Eleanor McLean and the murder of Parley P. Pratt,"
Brigham Young University Studies, 15 (Winter 1975), 225-256. See p. 246.
- Burial: Eleanor McLean Pratt papers and George Higginson, "History of the
Cherokee Mission," manuscript (holograph), both part of Parley Parker
Pratt papers, LDS Church historical department archives, MS, d, 625.
- Parents: Family records of Parley Parker Pratt, GS Film 430,100; "The
Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, p. x; Orson Pratt's own manuscript
record (in back portion of F. W. Chapman's "The Pratt Family: or the
Descendants of Lieutenant William Pratt ..." -- Hartford, Conn.: Case,
Lockwood, 1864 (GS Film 599,765).
- Wife's death: "Deseret News" (5 Mar 1898).
- Wife's burial: Sexton's records, City Cemetery.
- Baptism: "Parley P. Pratt, Baptised, Confirmed and Ordained an Elder of
the Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay [sic] saints On, or abought [sic]
the first day of September A.D. 1830 By the hand of Oliver Cowdery, at the
house of Jacob Whitmer, Near Waterloo, Seneca Co., N.Y. The Baptism being
performed in Seneca Lake." "Parley P. Pratt, renewed his covenant before
the Lord an [sic] was Baptised and Confirmed anew in the Gift of the Holy
Ghost, and in all his blessings, Covenants, promises, Ordainations [sic],
Washings, Anointings, Sealings, Priesthood, Apostleship, and the powers
thereof by the Hands of President John Taylor, at the City of Great Salt
Lake on the 28th of November A.D. 1847." Family records of Parley Parker
Pratt, leaves 1, 5 (GS Film 430,100).
- Endowment: Joseph Smith, "Documentary History of the Church," VI, 98; TIB;
Nauvoo Temple, 1845-1846, Endowments for the Living, GS Film 183,393.
- Misc.: TIB; GS Archives; GS Patrons (four-generation) sheets; etc.

!SOURCE: Also from a Family Record kept by Helaman Pratt, in possession of Mrs.
Emaline P. Bluth, 782 West Maple, Mapleton, UT 84663.

!NOTE: Parley Parker Pratt was an Apostle of Jesus Christ, Utah Pioneer,
Legislator, teacher, farmer, author, poet, statesman, explorer, road builder,
missionary, etc.

!NOTE: On the Jared Pratt Family Group Sheet, endowment date for Parley Parker
Pratt is given as 10 Dec 1845 NV. 
Pratt, Experience (I11423)
 
6667 year 1639. Supposed to have accompanied
Rev. Thomas Hooker and his congregation, about 100 in number, from Newton, now
called Cambridge, Mass. through dense wilderness and became the first founders
of the colony at Hartford in June 1636.
"This ancient pilgrim, William Pratt, was a member of the Legislature for
some 25-30 sessions and the general court gave him 100 acres of land in
Saybrook, Conn. for services performed in the Pequot War. He was one of the
judges of the first court in New London, Conn." 
Scudder, Elizabeth (I12189)
 
6668 Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#
1840 HUFFHAM JEHUE Duval County FL 145 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule FL 1840 Federal Census Index FLS4a1342262
1870 HUFFHAM MARTHA Duval County FL 582 Yellow Bluff Federal Population Schedule FL 1870 Federal Census Index FL51713082 
Huffham, John (I6897)
 
6669 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6898)
 
6670 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6906)
 
6671 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6907)
 
6672 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6908)
 
6673 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6909)
 
6674 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6899)
 
6675 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6900)
 
6676 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6901)
 
6677 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6902)
 
6678 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6903)
 
6679 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6904)
 
6680 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6905)
 
6681 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6893)
 
6682 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6894)
 
6683 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6895)
 
6684 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6896)
 
6685 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16714)
 
6686 youngest son of 8 children John (I5097)
 
6687 [7903] All data from Lewis. Abstract of the Will of Margery Forman of
Brenchley, Widow, dated 5 May 1610, proved 28 Feb 1611/12.

To the poor of Brenchley 6s 8d, To Margarett Jeffery 40s, the wife of
Thomas Jeffery, if alive at my decease. To Annis wife of Anthony
Chittenden 6s 8d, To Sister Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Cichhinham 40s,
To sister Mary, wife of Stephen Burt 20s, to Goddaughter Margery Lewes
40s and houshold goods (named), To George, Jeames, and John Lewes and
my son-in-law, whom I make executor.

Margerie Forman concerning the desposition of my lands in Brenchley,
to Daughter Denise, wife of George Lewes all my lands in Brenchley
called IWES, lately purchased of Thomas Wood for life and after her
decease to her said children George, Jeames amd John Lewes.

Witnesses; Frauncis Boorman, Marie Rains. Proved 28 Feb. 1611/12
Roshester Wills, Vol 20 Folio 317. 
Baldock, Margery (I8081)
 
6688 [8542] All data from Lewis. Rochester Wills - F Kent 6 25885 Pt 14 Pg 59
(LIX) John Baldock of Horsmonden 10 Dec. 1525.

In the name of God Amen this is the last will of me John Baldock made
and declared I being in good mind and good remembrance the 10th day of
Dec. In the yere of our Lord God 1525.
First I will my soul to Almighty God and to our Lady Saint Mary and to
all the Holy Angels in Hevyn. And my body to be buried in the Church
yard of Horsmonden. Item, I will to the high chapel for my thythes
neglygently forgotten etc.
After decease of wife Jane to son Thomas, to John son of my sone
Thomas, to Geore sone of my son Thomas.
Wife Jane and son Thomas execs. 
Baldock, John (I27674)
 
6689 [no title] Mss Eur E334/13 1799
Contents:
Papers of John Skelton relating to the illness and death of his daughter Honora, born 29 Sep 1798 and died 8 Aug 1799. 
Skelton, Honora (I18411)
 
6690 [no title] Mss Eur E334/16 1815-27
Contents:
Letter-book of John Skelton mainly containing extracts from correspondence with his brother, Philip Skelton in Batavia, and, after the latter's death in c 1821, extracts from correspondence dealing with property left in Java. 
Skelton, Philip (I18412)
 
6691 [no title] Mss Eur E334/3 1770-78
Contents:
Personal papers of, and relating to Captain Pittman, his wife Honora and their children, Gibbon Charles George Pittman and Mary Moore Casamajor Pittman.

Papers of Capt Philip Pittman, Madras Engineers, and other members of his family [no ref. or date]
[no title] Mss Eur E334/1 1769-75
[no title] Mss Eur E334/2 Jan-Apr, Dec 1770
[no title] Mss Eur E334/3 1770-78
[no title] Mss Eur E334/4 c1769-74
[no title] Mss Eur E334/5 1771-75
[no title] Mss Eur E334/6 1772-75
[no title] Mss Eur E334/7 1798-1813
[no title] Mss Eur E334/8 1812-14
[no title] Mss Eur E334/9 24 Dec 1829
[no title] Mss Eur E334/10(a) Jun-Nov 1797
[no title or date] Mss Eur E334/10(b)-(c)
These documents are held at British Library, Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections
Contents: Diary extract describing his voyage in an open boat from Calcutta to Madras; also letter to his aunt, Mrs Hougham 
Pittman, Captain Philip (I16876)
 
6692 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23388)
 
6693 [no title] Mss Eur E334/3 1770-78
Contents:
Personal papers of, and relating to Captain Pittman, his wife Honora and their children, Gibbon Charles George Pittman and Mary Moore Casamajor Pittman. 
Pittman, Gibbon Charles George (I23389)
 
6694 [no title] Mss Eur E334/7 1798-1813
Contents:
Copy of the will of Richard Dawkes, father of Honora Pittman, together with later notes and correspondence on the law of gavelkind. 
Dawkes, Richard (I23385)
 
6695 [no title] Mss Eur E334/8 1812-14
Contents:
Copy of the will of George Taswell, second husband of Honora Pittman and related correspondence. 
Dawkes, Honora (I23386)
 
6696 [S68 ] Pedigrees with index of London citizens, abt. 1600-1800, Boyd, Percival, (Manuscript, filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1954), FHL microfilms 94515-94649., vol. 71 no. 7143, 7144, FHL microfilm 94545 (Reliability: 3). Huffam, Elizabeth (I24110)
 
6697 ] Abraham Newkirk (1754-1806) enlisted in Col. James Moore's 1st North Carolina regiment. He was born and died in North Carolina. Newkirk, Abraham (I6825)
 
6698 _STATMARRIED Family F7224
 
6699 _STATMARRIED Family F7225
 
6700 _STATMARRIED Family F7228
 

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