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1051 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Sharon Carol (I20591)
 
1052 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Johnson, Shirley Dare (I20590)
 
1053 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bridges, Steven L. (I20603)
 
1054 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hennessee, Susan Joan (I20598)
 
1055 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Tammy Lynn (I20605)
 
1056 NOTE: Thelma worked in the mill. Hester, Thelma Jane (I20573)
 
1057 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Barnhill, Trisha Lynn (I20601)
 
1058 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stillwell, Woodrow Jr. (I20579)
 
1059 NOTE: worked City Lumber Co 1940 Gastonia; Wilkins was a Baptist Minister. He organized Modena Baptist Church, Gastonia NC. He then moved to Athens TN and served Temple Baptist. He moved to Bessemer City NC and organized Bright Light Baptist Church. He was highly thought of in the community.

W. A. Costner BESSEMER CITY - The Rev. W. A. Costner, 67, of 114 W. Texas Ave. died Saturday at his home. He wqs a native of Gaston County and the son of the late Fraznk and Annie Friday Costner.
He served in the ministry 44 years, and during that time conducted 780 revivals in 18 states.
Rev. Costner built and organized Bright Light Baptist Church in 1961 and remained there as minister until his retirement last Sunday. He helped organize Modena Street Baptist Church and served there from 1945 to 1956.
He also served as pastor of Mountain View Baptist Church in Crowders Mountain from 1939 to 1941, and at Temple Baptist Church in Athens, Tenn., from 1956 to 1961.
He is survived by his wife, Magalene Rushing Costner; one daughter, Mrs. Garlen (Joan) Hennessee of Bessemer City; one son, the Rev. Johnny Costner of Gastonia; one sister, Gladdis Rhyne of Dallas; one brother, Joe Costner of Dallas; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
The Rev. Roy Hall, the Rev. Andy Meade and the Rev. Buren Hastings will conduct the funeral at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Bright Light Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Westview gardens.
The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 o’clock at the church, where the body will remain until the funeral. Pallbearers include Jack Ledford, Lonnie Kelly, Troy Randolph, Bill Elrod, Bud Bumgardner and Audie Payseur. Deacons of the church and other ministers will serve as honorary pallbearers. Gastonia Gazette p2A, Mon 26JUN1981

Name: COSTNER, WILKINS ARTHUR Date of Birth: March 16, 1913 Death Date: January 24, 1981
Sex: Male Race: White Age: 67 Years Place of Occurance: Bessemer City, Gaston, North Carolina
Place of Residence: Bessemer City. Gaston, North Carolina Autopsy: No Hospital: Home Marital Status: Married Attendant: Physician Mode of Burial: Burial in state State of Birth: North Carolina
SSN: 239106651 Fathers Surname: COSTNER 
Costner, Reverend Wilkins Arthur (I20634)
 
1060 NOTE: worked town of Burke,NC
RECORDS: Burke Co,NC DEATH, MARRIAGE

NOTE: worked for town of Burke NC; Lived in Valdese, North Carolina in December of 1933.

RECORD: Death, Marriage (mother Martha) Burke Co NC 
Costner, Clyde Cicero (I20707)
 
1061 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Bobby Gene Jr (I20836)
 
1062 NOTES! Living in Bethlehem,NC in Oct 1988 at death of brother Daniel Paul Costner
RESIDENCE: Living in Bethlehem, NC at death of brother David Earnest Costner 2 Jan 2004 per OBIT; Not Married 
Costner, Frances (I20875)
 
1063 NOTES! Living in Casar,NC in Feb 1984 Seagle, Norris W. (I20860)
 
1064 NOTES! Living in Charlotte,NC in Feb 1984 Seagle, J. Ralph (I20861)
 
1065 NOTES! Living in Earl,NC in Feb 1984 Seagle, Phyllis (I20864)
 
1066 NOTES! Living in Glen Alpine,NC at death of sister LeNola Costner Seagle in Feb 1984

Name: BOYLES, STELMA SAFRONIA
Date of Birth: February 12, 1911
Death Date: August 21, 1995
Sex: Female
Race: White
Age: 84 Years
Place of Occurance: Morganton, Burke, North Carolina
Place of Residence: Morganton. Burke, North Carolina
Autopsy: No
Hospital: Nursing and Rest Homes
Marital Status: Widowed
Attendant: Physician
Mode of Burial: Burial in state
State of Birth: North Carolina
Social Security Number: 242382204
Fathers Surname: COSTNER
Place of Injury:

Lived in Glen Alpine, NC in September of 1968 
Costner, Stelma Safronia (I20855)
 
1067 NOTES! Living in Glen Alpine,NC in Feb 1984 at death of Sister LeNola Costner Seagle
NAME: Death record Ruth Annie; Lived in Candor in September of 1968
Name: THOMAS, RUTH ANNE
Date of Birth: October 02, 1915
Death Date: June 18, 1992
Sex: Female
Race: White
Age: 76 Years
Place of Occurance: Morganton, Burke, North Carolina
Place of Residence: . Burke, North Carolina
Autopsy: No
Hospital: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over
Marital Status: Widowed
Attendant: Physician
Mode of Burial: Burial in state
State of Birth: North Carolina
Social Security Number: 243228116
Fathers Surname: COSTNER
Place of Injury: 
Costner, Ruth Mary Ellen (I20734)
 
1068 NOTES! Living in Lawndale,NC in Feb 1984 at death of half sister Lenola Costner Seagle
RESIDENCE: Resides in Lawndale,NC at death of sister Marie Costner Sain May 5, 2000 
Costner, Rachel Lorene (I20723)
 
1069 NOTES! Living in Lawndale,NC in Feb 1984 at death of sister LeNola Costner Seagle

OBITUARY; Gastonia Gazette, Gastonia,NC; 6 May 2000
LAWNDALE – Marie Costner Sain, 83, 6268 Fallston Road, died May 5, 2000, at 306 Spurling Road.
She was a native of Cleveland County, daughter of the late Carlos Ambrose and Ella Sain Costner, wife of the late Loy L. Sain, a homemaker, member of Laurel Hill United Methodist Church. SURVIVORS: Son and daughter-in-law, Loy and Carolyn Sain Jr., Oakboro; daughters and sons-in-law, Eulala "Punk" and Sonny Sweezy, Anderson, S.C., Brenda and Larry Richards, Fallston, Joy and Bill Buff, Charlotte; sisters, Louisa Sudderth, Morganton, Lorene Richards, Carlostine Lail, Lawndale; grandchildren, Lisa Lee, Renee Ruppe, Robbie and Laura-Marie Buff, Ashley, Bridget and Seth Sain; great-grandchildren, Brittany, Cailla Marie and Brandon Lee FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Sunday, Stamey Funeral Home, Fallston, Revs. Jim Scott, Burl Sain, George Burton ENTOMBMENT: Rose Hill Memorial Park
VISITATION: 1:30-2:30 p.m. Sunday, funeral home, other times at the home of Mark and Lisa Lee, 306 Spurling Road
MEMORIALS: Laurel Hill United Methodist Church, 811 N. Highway 18, Vale 28168 or Hospice of Cleveland County, 951 Wendover Heights Drive, Shelby 28150

OBITUARIES: NEWSPAPERS
SAIN, Marie (COSTNER); 83; Lawndale NC; Gaston G; 2000-5-6;
SAIN, Marie (COSTNER); 83; Lawndale NC; Shelby Star; 2000-5-6; 
Costner, Margaret Marie (I20735)
 
1070 NOTES! Served in USARMY NC SPEC4

NOTE: died VA Hospital 
Costner, Richard Wayne (I20769)
 
1071 NOTES! Still Living in Lawndale,NC in Feb 1984 per Obit of StepDau LeNola Costner Seagle.

SSDI: MAE COSTNER; Born 21 Jan 1912; Died 7 Jun 1998; Residence Lawndale, Cleveland Co, NC 28090; SSN 242-36-2194 (NC Before 1951)

OBITUARY: NEWSPAPER
COSTNER, Mae (MOSTELLER); 86; Belwood NC; Shelby Star; 1998-6-8;

Costner, Mae M. January 21, 1912 June 7, 1998 Carpenters Grove, Cleveland NC 
Mosteller, Virginia Mae (I20722)
 
1072 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Linda Kay (I20885)
 
1073 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Freeze, Ross Allison Jr. (I20888)
 
1074 NOTES: Added name from OBIT of grandmother Feb 2002 Costner, Nathan (I20630)
 
1075 NOTES: At marriage of Daughters Barbara & Linda - Mother was living in Crawley,LA/father living in Lenoir Craig, Mary Kay (I20882)
 
1076 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brown, Janette Kay (I20832)
 
1077 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Theresa Diane (I20802)
 
1078 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Todd Lee (I20803)
 
1079 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Costner, Carl Andrew (I20796)
 
1080 Now Howard County Stroup, Peter (I5924)
 
1081 Obit: LaJunita Tribune, Sept 15, 1956
Mrs.Jennie Cheeseman, 91, formerly of La Junita, died at Longmont Thursday after an illness of several months. She was the wife of Sanford E. Cheeseman who preceded her in death in 1928. --------- 3, 1885 and was a resident of La Junita 50 years before moving to Longmont.. She was a member of the Neighbors of Woodcraft and the First Methodist Church. Surviving her are two daughters. Mrs. Florence Smith of Longmont and Mrs. Stella Hurley, LaJunita.
Graveside services will be held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the Fairview Cemetery. The Rev. H. Preston Childress will officiate at the services. 
Torbett, Jane Ann (I372)
 
1082 Obituary: Hickory Daily Record, Friday, January 16, 2004
MARY E. COSTNER
MORGANTON - Mary Etta “Granny” Costner, 86, died Jan. 16, 2004.
The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Sossoman Funeral Home with burial in Glen Alpine
Cemetery.
The family will be at the funeral home from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday.

Obituary: The Charlotte Observer, Saturday, January 17, 2004
Mary Etta "Granny" Costner
GLEN ALPINE -- Mary Etta 'Granny' Costner, 86, died January 16, 2004. Funeral is 2 PM Monday at
Sossoman's Colonial Chapel. Burial in Glen Alpine Cemetery. Visitation 6-8:30 PM Sunday at Sossoman
Funeral Home.
Published in the Charlotte Observer on 1/17/2004.

Obituary: Asheville Citzen Times, 17 Jan 2004
Mary Etta Costner
Glen Alpine - Mary Etta "Granny" Costner, 86, of Glen Alpine, died Friday, Jan. 16, 2004.
The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 19, at Sossoman Funeral Home's Colonial Chapel
in Morganton. Burial will be in Glen Alpine Cemetery.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
Published: 2004-01-17

Marion McDowell News
Monday, January 19, 2004

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Mary Costner
Mary Etta "Granny" Costner , 86, of Glen Alpine, has gone home to be with the Lord. She passed on Jan. 16, 2004 at Autumn Care of Drexel following a period of declining health.
She was born on Sept. 16, 1917 in McDowell County to the late Frank and Betty Hawkins Randolph. Mrs. Costner was a member of First Baptist Church of Glen Alpine for 50 years and was employed by Holiday Laundry for over 30 years.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, William L. Costner; sons, Wayne Costner and Tommy Costner; a daughter, JoAnne Greene; and several brothers and sisters.
Surviving are sons and their wives, Jim and Donna Costner, Bill and Cathy Costner, and Larry Costner ; a daughter and her husband, Ella and Buster Morgan, all of Glen Alpine; sisters, Ruth Duncan of Nebo and Alda Lewis of Morganton; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and a host of family and friends.
The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. today, Jan. 19, 2004 in the Colonial Chapel of Sossoman Funeral Home with the Rev. Leonard Lindsey and the Rev. Mike Brown officiating.
Burial will follow at Glen Alpine Cemetery. The family received friends from 6 until 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Sossoman Funeral Home.
At other times, the family will be at 103 Keller Ave., Morganton. Memorial contributions may be made to Autumn Care of Drexel, P.O. Box 1278, Drexel, N.C. 29619, Alzheimer's Association of Western N.C., 3 Louisiana Ave., Asheville, N.C. 28806 or to the National Kidney Foundation of N.C. 5950 Fairview Road, Suite 704, Charlotte, N.C. 28201. 
Randolph, Mary Etta (I20667)
 
1083 OBITUARY: Hickory Record; 2001-7-19, THURSDAY; VALDESE - Ruth Costner Dale, 77, of Valdese, died July 18, 2001, at Valdese General Hospital. Born Aug. 26, 1923, she was a daughter of the late Lester and Maude Powell Costner. A member of Bollinger's Chapel United Methodist Church, she retired from Valdese General Hospital. She was preceded in death by her husband, Buford M. Dale. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Ronnie and Jean Dale of Valdese; a daughter and son-in-law, Teresa and Randy Causby of Valdese; a sister, Abadeen C. Montogomery of McAllen, Texas; three grandchildren, Suzanne Starnes, Janice Kizer and Neal Rhyne of Drexel; five great-grandchildren; and a number of nephews and nieces. The funeral will be conducted by the Revs. Michael Harrill and Carl Street at 11 a.m. Friday at Heritage Funeral Service. Burial will be in her church cemetery. The family will be at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Memorials may be made to Bollinger's Chapel United Methodist Church, Carolina Street, Valdese, N.C. 2896

OBITUARY:
DALE, Ruth (COSTNER); 77; Valdese NC; Hickory R; 2001-7-19; wrabb
DALE, Ruth (COSTNER); 77; Valdese NC; Morganton H; 2001-7-19; wrabb 
Costner, Ruth Myrine (I20844)
 
1084 OBITUARY; Morganton Herald; Morganton, NC; 27 May 1999; OBIT supplied by Todd Costner Jan 2000 .
Lloyd George Costner, 79, of Old Highway 70 West, Glen Alpine died Wedesday, May 26, 1999 at Grace Hospital.
Born Jan 10, 1921 in Cleveland County, he was the son of the late Alfonzo and Artie Mae Craig Costner. Mt Costner was a World War II US Army veteran, serving in the pacific theater, and a survivor of Pearl Harbor. He was a member of D.A.V. Chapter 43 and V.F.W. Posr 5362. He was retired from Drexel Heritage after 28 years of service.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Betty Crooke.
He is survived by his wife, Wilma Honeycutt, of the home; two sons, Lloyd Dean Costner of Panama City, Fla, and Larry Costner of Morganton; seven daughters, Carolyn Baldwin of Morganton, Delores Costner of the home; Jan Hawkins, Wanda Starnes, Linda Brittain, Terry Mayfield, and Patricia Peters, all of Glen Alpin; four brothers, Clyde Costner and Eddison Costner, both of Lenoir; Pearlie Costner of Glen Alpine; and Charles Hugh Costner of Baton; a sister, Lillie Mae Hensley of Milton,Fla; 15 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held Friday, May 28, at 4 PMat Burke Memorial Park Cemetery, with the Rev. Buchanan officiating. Military rites will be provided by the Morganton Ceremonial Team.
The family will recieve friends Thursday from 7 to 8:30 PM at Kirksey Funeral Home of Morganton.



Lloyd SSN: 243-36-9646- died of Pneumonia-- was married ---WilmaHoneycutt Buried at Burke Memorial Park Cemetary, Morganton---Kirksey Funeral Home. Informant was Wilma---father was ALFONZO - didn't include the "F"--don't know what the "F" stands for, maybe Franklin? Dr. Richardson completed cause of death-- was living in Glen Alpine when he died--- He served in the armed forces- only had a 6th grade Ed. 
Costner, Lloyd George (I20911)
 
1085 Oldest son of Lieut. John Hoyl and Margaret Costner married Susannah Hovis, his father's niece-his own first cousin. Hoyle, Peter Franklin IV (I1101)
 
1086 On her deathbed, Mercy commited the care of her newborn daughter to her father, Moses Newton. He raised the child as his own.

On her deathbed, Mercy commited the care of her newborn daughter to her father, Moses Newton. He raised the child as his own. 
Newton, Mercy (I6756)
 
1087 On June 6, 1861 William Julius Warlick joined the Confederate Army enlisting into Company F. 23rd North Carolina Regiment. Sometime later he was promoted and transferred to the Navy where he attained the rank of Major. Most of the war, (1862-1865), he was aboard ship fighting Union ships that were blocking the Southern coastline. However, towards the end of the war he once again found himself in the landed troops and on April 8, 1865 he was at Appomattox Courthouse. Just one day prior to the now famous meeting of General Robert Lee and General U.S. Grant. Major Warlick was killed by an enemy bullet never to see the historic sight the next day. Warlick, William Julius (I18209)
 
1088 One of a pair of twins, the other being Mary M. Rhyne. Rhyne, Moses Hoffman (I7001)
 
1089 One of a pair of twins, the other is Moses H. Rhyne. Rhyne, Mary M. (I7000)
 
1090 One of the oldest ancestors. His wife was nine years younger, having been born in 1650. The family originated in Switzerland, they moved to the Palatinate in the 1650's, to England in the 1690's and the children to America in the early 1700's. They were in North Carolina by the 1730's. Nehemiah died in England in 1711, but most of the children migrated to America. Best, Nehemiah (I11928)
 
1091 One of the pioneer brothers who settled in what is now Gaston County, North Carolina. He was a Captain in the Revolutionary War. He was distinguished from the other Lewis' by his title of Captain. He was also engaged in farming and raising cattle. Per Lineberger Genealogy "he was killed by a man who came to his home pretending to want to buy cattle. As they went to the woods to find the cattle, the man, plundering, notorious, Pat Carr of Georgia, dropped behind and shot him. This is said to have happened on the road to Stanley from Dallas, North Carolina near Hoyle's Bridge. Some people of the area can still point out the place where he was killed and where he lived. The lower floor of his house was built of rock and the upper floor was made of hand hewn, heart pine logs. It was a substantial house." Linebarger, Capt Lewis (I801)
 
1092 One, conceded to be the first or among the first of the German settlers, was Sebastian Best or Bess. The date of his coming is not known, but in Colonial Records of North Carolina, Vol. IV, p. 1039, among sundry petitions for warrants for land presented at a council held at the Council Chamber in New Bern the 7th day of April, 1750, was the following: Bastian Best 400 Anson. It is not recorded that a patent for that entry was ever given, but one was granted to him dated May 15, 1754, and the land is described as 300 acres on the branches of Leeper's and Killian's creeks being the place where he now lives. No positive dates of the pioneer Best could be found except those of the land petition, the patent, and his will, a copy of which may be seen in the will book in Mecklenburg County Court House. It is dated July 8, 1761 and states that at the time of making the will he lived on Dutch Buffalo Creek in the County of Anson. The will was evidently not recorded until after Mecklenburg was cut off from Anson County in 1762. Killian's and Leeper's Creeks form Dutchman's, then called Dutch Buffalo. The date of the will was only seven years after the land patent was granted, which would indicate that he died where he first settled and that it was his son, Bastian, Jr., who married Catherine, a daughter of Peter Hoyle, and lived on the South Fork opposite the Peter Hoyle place. Bastian Best had numerous descendants; many of these, inheriting the pioneer spirit, moved west. This probably accounts for the fewness of the number now in the county.

In Colonial Records of North Carolina, Vol. 4, Page 1039, it is stated that Bostian Bess filed a petition for patent (land) April 17, 1750. 
Best, Jerge Sebastian (I6699)
 
1093 Orlando Dana is probably the Orlando of the brigantine Rising States, who, with his cousin Daniel Dana, was captured April 15, 1777, by the British ship Terrible. His name is on the list of the prisoners at Forton Prison, England, 1777-9. It afterwards appears in Boston archives, like that of Charles Dana, as a quarter gunner on the General Miflin, at the same date, Sept, 9, 1780. (From Historical Brighton, by J/P/C Winship, P. 197, and seq. p. 210.) Dana, Orlando (I8463)
 
1094 Other Children:
Richard Henry RHYNE b: 21 JUN 1925 in Catawba, North Carolina
William Lowrance RHYNE b: 25 MAR 1929 in Catawba, North Carolina 
Rhyne, George Whitener Sr. (I6562)
 
1095 Other Children:
Susie Rhyne 1887-Unknown
Burton Rhyne 1878-Unknown
Frank Rhyne 1879-Unknown
Lillian Rhyne 1881-Unknown
Ralph Rhyne 1883-Unknown
Ila Rhyne 1885-Unknown 
Rhyne, Burton Craig (I5675)
 
1096 Parentage; Date and Place of Birth

Francis Cary was the son of John Cary and Elizabeth (Godfrey) Cary of Duxbury, Braintree and Bridgewater. His date and place of birth are uncertain. The births of Francis and his siblings were recorded in the first book of records for the town of Bridgewater, which was kept by their father, who was Bridgewater's first town clerk.[1] Unfortunately, a corner of the page on which Francis's birth was recorded is missing, so that the entry for Francis reads "the second being Francis was bor[missing text] And place the ninteenth of Jan[missing tex].[2] The following entry states that his sister Elizabeth was born third on December 20, 1649, but her place of birth is missing.[2] The prior entry for this brother John says he was born in Duxbury on November 4. The portion where John's year of birth was probably written is missing but the date 1645 is written on the line above,[2] which has been interpreted to mean that John was born on November 4, 1645.[3] Since John was probably born on November 4, 1645 and Elizabeth was born on December 20, 1649, Francis was presumabl born on either January 19, 1646/7 or January 19, 1647/8. It is reasonably likely, but uncertain, that the words "[missing text] And place" in Francis's entry were something like "at the same town And place" and meant that Francis was born at Duxbury like his older brother John.[4]

First Marriage

As discussed in the profile for Lydia Brett, many secondary sources state that Francis married Hannah Brett, but solid evidence has now established that Hannah Brett married John Turner and that Francis married Hannah's sister Lydia Brett.

No record has been found that definitively establishes the date of Lydia and Francis's marriage. Based on the estimated date of birth of their eldest child (probably sometime in 1675-1681), Lydia and Francis were probably married sometime in 1674-1680). A date earlier in the range, say about 1676, would seem a reasonable best-guess estimate, given Francis's birth in January 1647 or 1648, and is consistent with estimated date stated in John Cary the Plymouth Pilgrim[5] and Torrey's New England Marriages to 1700.[6] Since both Lydia's and Francis's families lived in Bridgewater, they were probably married there.

Second Marriage

Sometime between July 31, 1682 (when a deed was signed by Francis and his wife Lidia)[7] and January 24, 1692 (when a deed was signed by Francis and his wife Hannah),[8] Francis's first wife, Lydia, died and he married a woman whose first name was Hannah. The maiden name and prior married name (if any) of his second wife is unknown. Hannah appears to have predeceased Francis, as no wife is mentioned in his will.

Children

Francis Cary had the following children, all presumably born in Bridgewater. Lydia was no doubt the mother of Samuel and may have been the mother of all the children, but since she died and Francis married Hannah sometime between July 1682 and January 1692, it is quite possible that Hannah was the mother of some of his later-born children. The ranges for the children's dates of birth are explained in the footnotes and are more reasonable, based on the evidence, than the estimated dates of birth given in John Cary the Plymouth Pilgrim, which appear based purely on the order in which the children were mentioned in Francis's will.[5]

Samuel, b. probably sometime in 1675-1681,[9] m. April 25, 1704 Mary Pool at Bridgewater[10][11]
Lydia, b. probably sometime in 1679-1685,[12] m. June 7, 1704 Joseph Edson at Bridgewater,[13][11] d. January 25, 1762 at Bridgewater[14]
Ephraim. b. probably sometime in 1680-1686,[15] m. February 3, 1708/9 Hannah Waldo at Bridgewater,[16][11] d. July 18, 1765 at Bridgewater[17][11]
Mary, b. probably sometime in 1690-1695,[18] m. September 14, 1715 Nicholas Whitman,[10][11] d. 1719[11]
Malatiah, b. probably sometime in 1687-1695,[19] m. November 9, 1727 Joseph Lucas[10][11]
Will; Death; Estate

Francis made his will on January 2, 1723/4. In his will, he described himself as "of Bridgewater" and as a "husbandman." He made bequests to his eldest son Samuel, his son Ephraim, his daughters Lydia and Malatiah, and the two children (unnamed) of his deceased daughter Mary. He named his sons-in-law Deacon Joseph Edson and Joseph Hayward as his executors. The will was witnessed by Joseph Hayward, Thomas Hayward and Solomon Johnson.[20]

According to the inventory of Francis's estate, Francis died in Bridgewater on September 6, 1727. The inventory was taken on October 27, 1727 by Nathaniel Hayward, Recompence Cary and Daniel Alden.[21]

Francis's will was probated on April 10, 1728.[20]

Chronology of Records

1647 or 1648. Francis born on either January 19, 1646/7 of January 19, 1647/8, probably at Duxbury.
1673. Deed made May 20, 1673 by Samuel Tomkins of Bridgewater, planter, with the consent of his wife Lettice, granted to Francis Carey of Bridgewater his whole estate after his death and the death of his wife, including his houses, lands and chattels, in consideration of the comfortable carrying on of Samuel and his wife during their lifetime. Wintessed by Samuel Edson and Thomas Hayward.
1675. The markes of the horse of Francis Carey, being a dunn cullard horse with a flaren maine & Tail, he being Dockt, having a whight upon his nose & some whight hears in his forhead, having a slite in his left ear and being brand marked with T & B, was recorded in the Bridgewater town record book on April 15, 1675.
1680. At the Court of Election for the Plymouth Colony held on June 1, 1680, Francis Carey was among the men propounded to be Freeman the next year, if approved.
1681. At the Court of Election for the Plymouth Colony held on June 7, 1681, Francis Carey was among the men admitted as a Freeman.
1682. Deed dated July 31, 1682 by Francis Cary of Bridgwater and his wife Lidia, inconsideration of £6, granted to Anetuant alias Robert, an Indian, living in Bridgewater, a parcel of land in Bridgewater bounded on the east by the lands of Anetuant Robert and on the west by the lands of Thomas Whitmen, containing 20 acres more or less. Witnessed by John Washbourne and James Cary.
1684. The Town of Bridgewater directed Lt. Thomas Hayward, Nathaniel Willis, Joseph Hayward and Francis Cary to maintain the bridge and "causey" at Lt. Hayward's house, fit for cart, horse and foot.
1690. Deed dated December 31, 1690 by John Carey of Bridgewater to Francis Carey of Bridgewater, in consideration of £30, of 60 acres of land in Bridgewater on the westerly side of Johns Bridge River, bounded on the southwest by the lands of Francis Carey and on the northwest by the lands of Jonathan Hill. Witnessed by James Adams and Edward Adams.
1692. Deed dated January 24, 1692 by Francis Cary of Bridgewater and Hannah his wife to John Hayward Jr of Bridgewater, in consideration of 45 shillings, of a parcel of land in Bridgewater, commonly called Matfield, butting upon the river and bounded on the north by the lands of Captian Hayward and on the south by the lands of Joseph Hayward, containing four acres more or less. Witnessed by Joseph Hayward and Nathaniel Brett.
1693. Deed dated September 11, 1693 by Francis Cary of Bridgewater to Thomas Snell of Bridgewater, in consideration of 40 shillings, of one lot of meadow being 2 and 1/2 acres in Bridgewater which is on both sides of West Meadow Brook. Witnessed by David Perkins, Samuel Allen and Samuel Allen Sr.
1714. Deed dated March 7, 1714/5 by Francis Cary of Bridgewater to Joseph Washburn Sr. of Bridgewater, in consideration of £3, of 1/8 part of a 5th share of Poor Meadow Cedar Swamp in Plymouth County. Witnessed by Edward Fobes and Nathaniel Brett.
1716. Deed dated January 30, 1716 by Francis Cary of Bridgewater to Isac Hayward of Bridgewater, in consideration of £50, of 61 and 1/2 acres of land in Bridgewater on the westerly side of the great river below Bailey's Plain. Witnessed by Nathaniel Hayward and Benjamin Allen.
1718. Deed dated May 16, 1718 by Francis Cary of Bridgewater to Joseph Alden of Bridgewater, in consideration of £30, of a parcel of land lying in Bridgewater being 20 acres of a 50 acre lot that was Deacon Bretts, bounded on the West by a heap of stones on Baily's Plain and on the east by the Great River. Witnessed by Robert Stetson and Joseph Hayward.
1719. Deed dated April 8, 1719 by Francis Cary of Bridgewater to his son Ephraim of Bridgewater, in consideration of love and good will for him, of all his lands in Bridgewater in and about the place where Francis dwells as well as the additions thereto made by purchase abutting the west side of Matfield River between the lands of Edward Mitchell on the south and Ebenezer Hill on the north and containing about 100 acres. Witnessed by Joseph Keith and Edward Haward.
1724. Francis made his will on January 2, 1723/4.
1727. Francis died in Bridgewater on September 6, 1727.
1727. The inventory of Francis's estate was taken on October 27, 1727 by Nathaniel Hayward, Recompence Cary and Daniel Alden.
1728. Francis's will was probated on April 10, 1728. 
Cary, Francis (I14068)
 
1097 Peacefully with his family by his side on Monday morning,January 11, 2010 in his 83rd year. Beloved husband of Norma Crewson (nee Fetterly) of West Guilford. Loving father of David (Pamela) and Diane (Bruce Cook), all of Mississauga. Fondly remembered by his grandchildren Jeffrey(Isabel), Jamie, Matt and by his great- grandchildren Morgan and Tesna. Predeceased by his brothers Burt, Eddie and his sister Isabel. Fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. 
  
Crewson, Joseph Frederick (I12005)
 
1098 Per Carpenter's A Plenty she died single, but she may have married Charles Peterson who's presumed to have married Anne Martha. Hoyle, Sarah Anne (I16123)
 
1099 Per Carpenters a Plenty (1044) this Philip Rudisill appears to be at the heart of Hoffman's confusion, for he simply did not know if this Philip Rudisill or could not distinguish him from the Philip Rudisill who died in 1764. Rudisill, John Philip (I781)
 
1100 Per Our Kin lived on his father's home place. Shetley, John (I16356)
 

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