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201 1 UID CCEE3C1D32887E488C3B2820509B8C011ACE Soper, Elizabeth Marie (I6365)
 
202 1 UID E2292B3973010D449E2AA647E7A6247B15C9 Soper, William (I6361)
 
203 1 UID E8FBF1D8382C3E448F506389F93697B8DBC2 McLaughlin, Joseph Crewson (I6358)
 
204 1 UID F8AB66AB5D45414992215FD3F6A0E87DC00B Soper, Hannah Elizabeth (I6376)
 
205 15/411

1 NOTE Tuberculosis of the spine. (Not a usual place for T.B., JoeT. Buff

was the doctor). Lemmie Hoyle was the informant on hisdeath certificate. Have

found no evidence that this was a childof theirs.

!DEATH: #10; ; ; ; , . 1 TYPE Court Record 
Hoyle, Andrew (I7493)
 
206 1850 Census lists:
Ephraim Rudisell Age 40
Ann P Rudisell Age 37
A P McLancethon Age 18
Catharine Age 17
Mary A Age 14
Caroline J Age 11

1860 Census lists:
Ephram Rudisill Age 50
Ann P Rudisill Age 47
Mary A E Rudisill Age 23
Lucinda E Grimes Age 8 
Rudisill, Ephraim (I17234)
 
207 1850 U.S. Census Pa. lists Isaac as living with John Landis farmer. This often happens when one or more parents died early as in this case. He also lived with his sister, Barbara McDonnell. He never married. Rudisill, Isaac Philip (I15573)
 
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Flannagan, Daniel Patrick (I8791)
 
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Flannagan, William Thomas (I8792)
 
210 8months old in 1870 census Bandworth, Anna A. (I6518)
 
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Obit:

Isabelle Torbett Waldie was born in Scotland, August 12, 1859, departed this life April 7, 1926, age 66 years, 7 months, 24 days. Cause of death, pneumonia. She was married to Robert Waldie, November 21, 1877 in Bloomington, Md. Two years later they moved to Kansas and came to Oklahoma when this country opened for settlement. To this union 13 children were born five of whom preceded her in death. She leaves to mourn their loss, her husband, Robert Waldie, and the following children: Walter Waldie, Maggie Waldie, Jessie Waldie, Alex Waldie, Mr. Roscoe Costner, Mrs. Ray Hill, of Medford: Mrs. Willie Wilson, of Argonia, Kansas: Robert Waldie, of Deer Creek, Okla: three sisters, one brother, 12 grandchildren, one great grandchild, besides a host of friends and neighbors.

 
Torbett, Isabella (I3220)
 
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Tom Crewson, 83, of Tulsa, died October 14, 2015 in Draper, UT, from complications related to Alzheimer's. Tom Crewson was born in Sand Springs, and served in the US Army where he attained the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. He graduated with a BA from what is now Oklahoma State University, and earned a JD from the University of Tulsa. He married the love of his life, Ella Davis, in 1961 and they had a son, Mark, in 1971.Tom was a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association for over 50 years, serving as an attorney in private practice, a municipal court judge for the City of Tulsa, a Tulsa County juvenile court referee and as a state district court judge and Chief Judge of the Tulsa County Juvenile Court. He was active in Boy Scouts of America, Kappa Sigma Fraternity and the Tulsa Ski Club. Tom was preceded in death by his wife, Ella Davis Crewson; his parents, Ura and Corinne Crewson; and sister, Dorothy Crewson Meredith. He is survived by his son, Mark Crewson; his niece; and numerous nephews, cousins and their families.Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m., Friday, October 23, 2015 at the Boston Avenue United Methodist Church (1301 S. Boston Ave., Tulsa), where Tom was a long-time member. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of your choice.

 

 

 
Crewson, Thomas Stewart (I2364)
 
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Eight Children

 
Family F938
 
214


Five Children

 
Family F941
 
215


Five children

 
Family F2841
 
216


Four Children

 
Family F947
 
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No Children.

 
Family F945
 
218


None Children

 
Family F939
 
219


Research Notes: LDS 102849

 
Waldie, Malcolm Stanners (I724)
 
220

Eight Children

 
Family F942
 
221

Five Children

 
Family F946
 
222

Henry lived in the southerly part of Brookline, near the present Cottage Street and Goddard Avenue, and hel many town offices, being selectman from 1721 to 1725 inclusive, and again in 1736.

 
Winchester, Henry (I6896)
 
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Nine Children

 
Family F940
 
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Six children

 
Family F943
 
225

!A5 F4 P12 A4 B29 P132

SAVAGE VOL 4 P218/4 AM PUT H VOL 70 P348

JOHN & ELIZ BIGGE, A COPY FND IN ARCHIVE B6 G9 P365

ALL A78 P26 CONN N2b VOL 13 P32

 
Stowe, Thomas Sr. (I4471)
 
226

!NAME: OUR KIN, PG. 183.

BIRTH & DEATH: CANDY OTTE, CANDYOTTE@AOL.COM. 
Froneberger, Daniel W (I6402)
 
227

!NAME: OUR KIN, PG. 195.

!NAME: OUR KIN, PG. 195.

 
Friday, William (I7215)
 
228

!NAME: THE HOVIS FAMILY, ANN DELLINGER, PG. 13.

BIRTH: OUR KIN, PG. 253.

!NAME & DEATH: OUR KIN, PG 231 & 232.

DEATH: KENNETH HAHN, HAHNK@NMRIPO.NMRI.NNMC.NAVY.MIL.



!NAME: THE HOVIS FAMILY, ANN DELLINGER, PG. 13. 
Friday, Jonas Jr (I1485)
 
229

"Family Genealogy" by Publius V. Lawson, 1903, 929.2/ L446l at BYU.

The parentage of this Stephen Fleming is not thoroughly documented.

Probate;Stephen Fleming;w.d. 19 Feb 1759, w.p. 16 Jan 1755;New Jersey;Name: Stephen Flemman (Fleming)

Date: 08 Jan 1755

Location: Manasquan, Town of Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co.

yeoman; will of. Son, Joseph, and daughter, Jane (Jeane), sole heirs and Executors of real and personal estate. Witnesses--Thomas Bell, William Newbrey and Henry Herbert. Proved Feb. 19, 1759, when Jane, the daughter and Executrix, qualifles as wife of Daniel Havens of Shrewsbury. Proved Feb. 19, 1755.

Lib. F, p. 320.

1755, Jan. 16. Inventory, £799.2.2, incl. 38 bush, of "Endon" (Indian) corn, £4.15; a great Bible and other books, 18s.; bills, bonds, book debts, oash and cash notes £675.5.10; made by Henry Herbert, William Davis and Thomas Bell.

Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. III 1751-1760

Calendar of New Jersey Wills

 
Fleming, Stephen (I5981)
 
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Birth: 

Jun. 1, 1740
Pennsylvania, USA

 

 

Death: 

Sep. 1, 1822
Rutherford County
North Carolina, USA

 

 


Son of Peter Hoyle (Peiter Heyl) and Catherine Dales Hoyle.

Husband of Margaret Costner Hoyle.

Children of John Hoyle and Margaret Costner Hoyle:
Adam Hoyl
Peter Hoyl
Mary Hoyle
Margaret Hoyl
Andrew Hoyl
Elizabeth Hoyl
John Hoyl
Susannah Katherine Hoyl
Jacob Hoyl
David Hoyl
Frances Hoyl
Solomon Hoyl
Sarah Hoyl 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Peter Hoyle (1710 - 1761)
  Catherine Dales Hoyle (1714 - 1787)
 
 Children:
  Jacob Hoyle (1778 - 1848)*
  David Hoyl (1782 - 1838)*
  Fanney Reinhardt (1783 - 1864)*
 
*Calculated relationship

 

 

 

 

 

Burial:
Grace Lutheran Cemetery
Newton
Catawba County
North Carolina, USA

 

 

 
Created by: E Lankford
Record added: Sep 13, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15722599

 
Hoyle, Lieutenant John Wade (I1198)
 
231

 

'German Speaking People West of the Catawba River In North Carolina

1750-1800',by Lorena Shell Eaker, 1994.

 
Ramsour, Barbara (I5677)
 
232

 

“daughter of the Revolutionary War hero, Barney Ingle.”

Excerpt From: Max Ellis Hoffman. “The Hoffmans of North Carolina.” iBooks.

 
Ingle, Catherine (I10555)
 
233

 

“George Hoffman, b. 1774; lived part of his life in Guil-

ford County, but spent the latter part in Tennessee

where he died August 15, 1859. He married Elizabeth

Shoffner in August, 1804”

Excerpt From: Max Ellis Hoffman. “The Hoffmans of North Carolina.” iBooks.

 
Hoffman, George (I10556)
 
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“JOHN HOFFMAN, oldest of the four pioneer brothers, was born in Germany about the year 1705 and emigrated to America in 1751. He brought with him his family of five sons and one daughter. Also, with him came his brother, 1 CASPER HOFFMAN, and his family. Due to the great number of Palatine emigrants to America at that time these two families were compelled to take passage on different ships; some arrived in the Port of Philadelphia on the Ship Neptune and the others on the Ship Phoenix. Both ships dropped anchor on September 24, but the passengers aboard the Ship Phoenix did not pass inspection for landing until the following day”

Excerpt From: Max Ellis Hoffman. “The Hoffmans of North Carolina.” iBooks.



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<p> </p><p><p>“JOHN HOFFMAN, oldest of the four pioneer brothers, was born in Germany about the year 1705 and emigrated to America in 1751. He brought with him his family of five sons and one daughter. Also, with him came his brother, 1 CASPER HOFFMAN, and his family. Due to the great number of Palatine emigrants to America at that time these two families were compelled to take passage on different ships; some arrived in the Port of Philadelphia on the Ship Neptune and the others on the Ship Phoenix. Both ships dropped anchor on September 24, but the passengers aboard the Ship Phoenix did not pass inspection for landing until the following day”</p><p><p></p></p><p>Excerpt From: Max Ellis Hoffman. “The Hoffmans of North Carolina.” iBooks.</p> 
Hoffman, John George (I8063)
 
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A daughter of Adam and Eve Cloninger, also named Eve, married George Hovis, the pioneer of the family of that name. They settled on the west side of the South Fork in the angle formed by the river and Big and Little Long Creeks. His holdings were extensive, reaching quite a distance up the river and creeks. 

Cloninger, Eve (I10397)
 
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Active in the county of Gaston and town of Dallas, he established an early textile mlll and was recognized as a textile industry pioneer, as well as being a benefactor of old Gaston College. 

Rhyne, Moses (I10729)
 
237

 

Ann, daughter Jacob Hoffman 2d, married John Spencer, in 1818. Jno. Spencer is said to have been the son of Zachariah Spencer, who settled prior to the Revolutionary War on the farm later owned by Solomon Hoffman between the mountain called Spencer Mountain and the river. The mountain was named Spencer Mountain after this old settler Zachariah Spencer. I think John Spencer has had a wife, _____, prior to his marriage to Ann Hoffman. 

Hoffman, Ann (I10431)
 
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BARBARA HOFFMAN, b. 1762; m. Jesse Aycock on August 16, 1788. This Jesse Aycock was a son of the Revolutionary hero, William Aycock. I am sorry that I cannot give the entire family of this 2 BARBARA HOFFMAN and Jesse Aycock. 

Hoffman, Barbara (I10551)
 
239

 

Catherine Dales was b April 10, 1714 and d April 7, 1787. Peiter Heyl d. Nov. 1, 1761. Both "Pioneer Peiter” Heyl and his wife, Catherine Dales were supposed to have been bur. on the old Peiter Heyl estate till recently. Now, we think it very probable that they were bur. at old Grace German Reformed and Lutheran Church where their son, Lieut. John Hoyl and wife, and John's children and grandchildren-many of them-are bur.

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<p> </p><p>Catherine Dales was b April 10, 1714 and d April 7, 1787. Peiter Heyl d. Nov. 1, 1761. Both "Pioneer Peiter” Heyl and his wife, Catherine Dales were supposed to have been bur. on the old Peiter Heyl estate till recently. Now, we think it very probable that they were bur. at old Grace German Reformed and Lutheran Church where their son, Lieut. John Hoyl and wife, and John's children and grandchildren-many of them-are bur. 

Dales, Johanna Catherine Susan (I6039)
 
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DANIEL HOFFMAN, pioneer son of 1 JOHN HOFFMAN, was born in Germany about 1731, came with his parents to America in 1751, and on to North Carolina in 1752. In 1775 he joined the forces of Colonel Cleaveland to march into the mountains of Western Carolina where they succeeded in quelling an uprising of the Indians. In 1781 he was in the thick of the fight at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. That same year he married Rachel Park in Orange County, and in 1785 they moved into Rowan County where they reared their family. There they became outstanding citizens and did much toward the growth and prosperity of that great county. 

Hoffman, Daniel (I10548)
 
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DANIEL WHITTENBURG (6) b. 1769, m. about 1809, Sarah (Sallie) Teal (Tiehl). They went West. 


 
Whittenburg, Daniel (I10157)
 
242

 

Died Young

 
Hoffman, Jennie L (I10578)
 
243

 

HENRY WHITTENBURG(6) b. 1763. Went West to Tennessee and Illinois.

 
Whittenburg, Henry (I10154)
 
244

 

Jacob Clapp, b. 1832; m. Emma Davis and moved to Newton, N. C., where he founded Catawba College. There he spent the remaind er of his very useful life. He became one of North Carolina's distinguished citizens and foremost educators in training young men for all walks of life. He always proved himself a true friend to the youth of the land; he was faithful to his trusts, honest in his convictions, earnest in his purposes, and lofty in his ideals. His pronounced intellect, learning, logic, and philosophy always drew men to him and caused them to love, respect, and admire him. 

Clapp, Jacob Crawford (I10668)
 
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JACOB HOFFMAN, pioneer son of 1 JOHN HOFFMAN, was born in Germany about 1749 and was brought to America with his parents in 1751. In 1769 he married Polly Decker in Orange County. They moved westward to Rowan County where they settled and became leading residents of that county. 

Hoffman, Jacob (I10550)
 
246

 

MARGARET WHITTENBURG (6) b. 1779, m. about 1797 Felix Faulkner. Went to Tennessee.

 
Whittenburg, Margaret (I10162)
 
247

 

MARY HOYL, b. 1739, m. about 1760, John Henry Wittenburg. The Wittenburgs (Wittenbaughs) moved to East Tennessee. Later on, to Illinois. In Tenn., they lived in Blount County. 

Hoyl, Mary (I10080)
 
248

 

Mary, m. Henry Arpe; Mary Arpe had one son Henry, and perhaps other children. She is said to have gone with her brother-in-law, John Rhyne, to Arkansas and died there. 

Hoffman, Mary (I10506)
 
249

 

MATTHEW WHITTENBURG (6) b. 1765, m. about 1788, Rachel Whittenburg, presumably his cousin. Descendants went West. 


 
Whittenburg, Matthew (I10155)
 
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Michael Rudisill, a brother of Philip, whose home was near High Shoals on the South Fork, was the first white man to settle in that section near the present Lincoln-Gaston line on Leeper' s Creek where it joins Killian's and forms Dutchman's. He was established there in 1750, in the heart of a dense wilderness peopled only by the Red Men. He and his family lived bravely with a people whose characteristics they did not know, but with a trust founded upon the belief that if kindness were shown it would be returned. Consequently, they lived in peace and harmony with the Indians, and never once was their confidence betrayed. 

Rudisill, Michael (I10694)
 

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